Americans Forced to Pay for Their Own Destruction
The American taxpayer puts up at least $15 million a year to pay for illegal immigrants from Mexico to be flown home for free, a new report from the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement has revealed.
The scheme works like this: if an illegal immigrant is actually arrested inside the U.S., they are offered the choice of being dropped off at the border or given a free flight deeper into Mexico. From there, participants receive bus tickets to their home states in central or southern Mexico.
The “logic” behind the offer is that Mexicans flown back to Mexico City will be less likely to try and make an immediate reentry over the border.
According to the report, a record 23,384 illegal Mexican immigrants voluntarily accepted flights back to their homeland from Arizona this summer alone.
The report said the number of volunteers for this scheme in 2010 was more than double the previous year and easily surpassed every annual total since the Mexican Interior Repatriation Program started in 2004. Repatriation flights were offered for nearly four months this summer compared with 36 days last year.
There is no correlation between the number of participants and border arrests, which have plummeted during the past five years.
More than 116,000 illegal immigrants have been removed from the United States in the repatriation program’s six years of operation.
There are a number of obvious flaws in the system, all of which are so apparent that only a liberal could not see them.
Simply flying a few thousand Mexicans back at great expense to the taxpayer is akin to putting a Band-Aid on cancer.
Until the real issue — namely stopping the immigration invasion through determined and decisive law enforcement — is addressed, the tidal wave of illegal immigrants coming across the border will not stop.
This law enforcement must be two-pronged in nature: firstly, border defences and patrols must be beefed up to halt the Third World invasion, and secondly those American-based enterprises (meatpackers and similar companies) which are the prime employers of the illegal immigrant labor must feel the full force of the law.
Those who are responsible for employing illegal aliens must be made to understand that it is financially nonviable (through crippling fines) and must also be held criminally liable for breaking the law — in the same way that Mexican immigration law punishes Mexicans who aid and abet illegal immigration there.
Another obvious flaw in the “fly me home” scheme is that there is no guarantee that the deportees are actually using their taxpayer-subsidized tickets for anything else except holidays back home.
Other reports have indicated that once disembarked in Mexico City, it is common practice for the deportees to sell their bus tickets to other Mexicans, thereby raising the cash to head back north to reenter the U.S. once again.
At least one case has been reported of a Mexican gang that has turned deportations into a business in this manner, raising cash through repeated repatriations.
The invasion simply has to be stopped and all incentives to continue with it must be withdrawn. Forcing the American taxpayer to subsidize this process is like forcing a potential murder victim to dig his own grave.
Category: Establishment News
Not only should business's be heavily fined and punished for hiring these illegal immigrants, the individul immigrants assets should be siezed and used to pay for their up keep and cost of deportation.
Americans are getting it from both ends.
Unbelievable, while the youth of our nation struggle just to garner sufficient funds college our treacherous government coddles and encourages these criminals from south of the border.