Are all ‘immigrants’ the same?


 

I for one am weary of the trope that simply we are all children of immigrants. Thus the more the merrier. Just let those in that wail at our border today. Well, yes and no. Not  quite the same thing. Because this is the difference.

From the cesspool of foreign soil come our neighbors from the South. Bringing their virus of social unrest to the land of opportunity. Once here, they prosper. In return for our hospitality that comes in the form of healthcare, education, living expenses such as housing and food, their virus of social unrest re-emerges.

Not content with the success at life they now have, they turn on their benefactor. They would have their host destroyed. The very system of government that gave them so much must be overturned. They would have America turn into the very cesspool they chose to escape.

 

 

 

 

One more thing. Sure, bring it along.

18 Responses to “Are all ‘immigrants’ the same?”

  1. Does Any Nation NEED Immigration Today? | END TIMES PROPHECY Says:

    […] At the bunkerville blog I read: “I for one am weary of the trope that simply we are all children of immigrants. Thus the more the merrier. Just let those in that wail at our border today. Well, yes and no. Not the quite the same thing. Because this is the difference. […]

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  2. Steve Dennis Says:

    Don’t give them any ideas with the SUV! 😉 It is frustrating to see so many people who refuse to make the distinction between legal and illegal immigration and the potential problems which will arise if we do not check these people out.

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  3. Mustang Says:

    There are two kinds of immigrants: legal, and illegal. I have no problem with legal immigration providing that in coming here, they intend to assimilate our culture, contribute to our economy, and obey our laws. As for the illegal people, I don’t want them here under any circumstances. They’re uh … illegal; they are not here to praise America, they are here to bury America.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      I grew up on a farm that had been in the family for generations. I looked at field after field of stone rows. Large rocks were not removed by tractor, but by human hands and maybe a horse or two helping out with carrying out the rocks
      , and hoeing the ground each spring. They managed to feed their family and have some to spare.
      I would pass a burial ground – a family cemetery- with countless children buried.
      Life was hard. But they made their way. I often sat on one of the stone rows and contemplated just what a sacrifice so many had given so that I could have a good life.
      Whether one’s family came via Elis Island or came earlier or otherwise, they sacrificed for their families and for American ideals.
      That is why this whole immigration nonsense sickens me.

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      • Kid Says:

        Bunk, well my family and I didn’t have a great time of it either, but I think from your description we had a ‘bit’ of an easier time,

        Well, it it purely Righteous to realize far too many people are coming here to just sit on the paid for couch and collect free money. One would think military aged men would come to America with the intent to work hard and make a life for themselves – since they came from a country with no such opportunity and with many ways to die from gang violence. yet even these slugs presented with boundless opportunity Still just want to sit on the couch and let mama feed them. Disgusting. These are NOT potential “Americans”. They are cancer cells.

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      • bunkerville Says:

        Sometime I will tell the story of what became of the farm and why it was let go. Just say the government essentially confiscated it under zoning laws. Taxed to death, then half zoned “open Space” thus essentially worthless for sale except for hunting…that was just the beginning. I, a 7th generation descendant of Patrick Henry.

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      • Kid Says:

        At this point it has been clear to me that both government and corporate (same thing) have been confiscating far land from middle class farming families.
        As an aside, I recently read where 11 corporations own pretty much of everything we consumers buy. Maybe capitalism is dead.

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  4. Kid Says:

    70% of illegal alien households are on Welfare – and all the other benefits that go with. A good estimate of illegals is currently at 40 million.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      I read that after 20 years 60 percent are still on welfare with all the benefits. Not the immigrants that were our forbears that made the trip here because of the offering of freedom and becoming all that one wanted to be.

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  5. Ed Bonderenka Says:

    I grew up in a neighborhood of immigrants.
    German, Japanese, Polish, lots of Polish, and I played with their kids.
    The grandparents did not speak English.
    The parents did.
    My grandparents were booked on the Titanic, but had to catch the next one because of a lag in selling their household goods.
    English was their native language so I understood them 🙂
    All these people worked, were legal, and aspired to be Americans.
    Melting pot.
    All immigrants are not the same.
    But you knew that.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      That’s what this was all about. Your family didn’t come for the goodies but for a better life for themselves and their children. 60 percent of immigrants who have been here for 20 years are on welfare. But you knew that and you knew that was what this post was all about?

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  6. petermc3 Says:

    Surely bars on our windows, children unable to play in their own yard or on the sidewalks, women unable to walk to the corner store in chaperoned, car alarms a must and metal detectors and security personnel in our schools must he preferable to the days when all this would have been unthinkable. Yet ask the politicians who’ve made this possible. From behind the walls of their gated communities protected by armed security guards whoevtheir children are driven to their elitist schools under armed guards. They’ll remind us that we’re intolerant racist selfish homophobes afraid to allow our little girls to share a bathroom with potential male pedophiles who’ve declared they’re women. This is their vision of america and we are to love it or leave it, an america the left is not yet finished transforming, Until the entire third world has violated american sovereignty crashed through our borders and made this country into the hell holes they left, there is still work to be done.

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  7. Laura Bernard Mielcarek Says:

    People who want to contribute to the uniqueness that is America and help her maintain her greatness are welcome. People who want to destroy the very ideals on which the Country was founded are not welcome.

    It is our Right as a sovereign Country to determine who is allowed into our Country. We should only be allowing in those who will add to the Country’s greatness.

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