MEXICO EXPORTS THEIR POOR! WE ARE MEXICO’S WELFARE AND PRISON SYSTEM!
the cost of illegals to arizona (fairus.org)
The cost of illegals to the taxpayers of Arizona comes to $ 1.3 billion per year for education, Medicare and incarceration. Even when the estimated tax contributions of illegals workers are subtracted the amount still comes out to $1.3 billion EDUCATION: Arizonians spend approx. $820 million annually on education for illegals. HEALTHCARE: uncompensated medical outlays for healthcare provided to the states illegal alien population is now estimated at about $400 million a year. INCARCERATION; the cost of incarcerating the illegal aliens in Arizona prisons and jails amounts to about $80 million a year, (not including the monetary costs of the crimes that led to incarceration)
“Why are they not calling for a boycott of Mexico? The truth is that Mexico is exporting, or at the very least facilitating the export, of its poverty in the form of illegal immigrants to the United States.”
HOW MUCH DOES THE MEXICAN INVASION, OCCUPATION AND EVER EXPANDING WELFARE STATE HAVE ON....: Why does "immigration reform" now demand a higher national priority than the crippling unemployment that is devastating the economic base and precipitating wide spread home foreclosures in our communities?
WHAT WE KNOW IS THAT THOSE STATES WITH THE HIGHEST FORECLOSURES HAVE THE HIGHEST NUMBER OF ILLEGALS. LA RAZA DONORS WELLS FARGO and BANK of AMERICA MADE MILLIONS IN FEES ON MORTGAGES THEY DELIBERATELY MARKETED TO ILLEGALS WITH FRAUDULENT I.D., AND THE POOR. BECAUSE OF THIS WELLS FARGO HAD LONG HAD THEIR CALIFORNIA MORTGAGE LICENSE REVOKED! THIS BANK SIMPLY DECLARED ITSELF ABOVE THE LAW AND WENT ON EXPLOITING ILLEGALS AND THE POOR ALL OVER THE COUNTRY! DIDN’T PREVENT THIS BANK FROM RECEIVING TAX PAYERS’ BAILOUT ! IN REP. DAN TANCREDO’S DISTRICT THERE HAVE BEEN MORE THAN 10,000 MORTGAGES HELD BY ILLEGALS THAT WERE FORECLOSED ON. BANKS KEPT THEIR PROFITS, STUPID GRINGOS PAY FOR THE LOSES UNDER THE OBAMA BANKSTER BAILOUTS!
SOMEBODY CLOSE THE DOOR: Reactions to Arizona Immigration Law Misses the Point
BY CLARENCE B. JONES
Scholar in Resident
Martin Luther King, Jr. Institute at Stanford University
A good doctor knows to treat the disease, not the symptoms.
In the discussion about the new law passed in Arizona directed at addressing that state's problems associated with illegal immigrants from Mexico, the protests concerning the legislation are directed at the wrong parties, in the wrong direction. The pro-immigration community, some church groups and many Civil Rights leaders are all calling for a boycott of the State of Arizona based on their belief that the new Arizona law is focused on "racial profiling" as the method for identifying possible illegal Mexican immigrants.
We have the most sophisticated surveillance and monitoring technology in history, the most formidable military in the world, yet we are unable to stop the daily intrusion of illegal immigrants from Mexico into the United States?
As an African-American who lived through and before the Civil Rights Movement, I'm no fan of assessing people based on their skin color. But holding a struggling State's feet to the fire on tactics is missing the point . Why are protests not being directed to our national government and the government of Mexico? Why aren't these groups demanding that our porous border with Mexico be closed, once and for all? It's not impossible. We have the most sophisticated surveillance and monitoring technology in history, the most formidable military in the world, yet we are unable to stop the daily intrusion of illegal immigrants from Mexico into the United States? This is a failure of policy, not one of capability.
Congress has been unwilling to pass an immigration bill, the first priority of which is closing the border. Why does "immigration reform" now demand a higher national priority than the crippling unemployment that is devastating the economic base and precipitating wide spread home foreclosures in our communities? President Obama said the health reform was the first priority of his first term. Now, he is turning his attention to financial reform of the banking system. Meanwhile, cities like Phoenix and many cities in the State of California and elsewhere are drowning in red ink with an ever-growing population demanding ever-more city services.
Arizona is now being depicted as the official state of "racial profiling," with anti-Hispanic and anti-immigration swirling around it like scarlet letters. But the passage of its bill to prevent the continued influx and presence of illegal immigrants in the State appears more like an act of desperation than racially motivated legislation.
WE ARE MEXICO’S WELFARE AND PRISON SYSTEM. THIS ENABLED THE RULING BILLIONAIRE OLIGARCHY TO MAINTAIN THE ECONOMY IN THEIR GREEDY GRASPS. THINGS DON’T MUCH CHANGE IN SHAMELESS MEXICO; ANY MORE THAN SHAMELESS WALL ST. MOST OF THE FORTUNE 500 ARE GENEROUS DONORS OF LA RAZA!
As such, it relieves the government of Mexico from any financial responsibility for the economic consequences associated with the cost of medical care, public education, public housing, welfare, police, and social services provided by the cities, counties and states in which such initially illegal immigrants choose to reside.
The pro-illegal immigration amnesty movement shuns the classification "illegal" immigrant; preferring instead the term "undocumented immigrant." This is, of course, framing the debate. The "undocumented" immigrants entered into the United States illegally. When apprehended, deportation back to their country of origin is the customary legal procedure. Now, however, an intermediary process is advocated in lieu of deportation: an undocumented immigrant who, after following certain prescribed procedures, including the payment of taxes, will be permitted to remain in the United States. This constitutes de facto amnesty for the "undocumented immigrant." As such, it relieves the government of Mexico from any financial responsibility for the economic consequences associated with the cost of medical care, public education, public housing, welfare, police, and social services provided by the cities, counties and states in which such initially illegal immigrants choose to reside.
Well-intentioned people are quick to denounce Arizona and call for a boycott of business transactions or travel involving the state. Why are they not calling for a boycott of Mexico? The truth is that Mexico is exporting, or at the very least facilitating the export, of its poverty in the form of illegal immigrants to the United States.
WHEN YOU HEAR OBAMA TALK ABOUT JOBS, WHICH IS SELDOM, YOU CAN BET THE RANCHERO HE MEANS JOBS FOR ILLEGALS!
Any version of amnesty for illegal immigrants and efforts to organize a boycott of Arizona will detract from the number one priority affecting substantial segment of the American people: unemployment. Moreover, it will blow a hole in the projected operating costs and budget deficit projections in the new health care bill.
SHOULD MEXICO START PAYING FOR THEIR OWN WELFARE? HOW ABOUT THE AMERICAN PEOPLE FINE ANY ILLEGAL THAT WAVES A MEX FLAG IN OUR FACES AND REFUSED TO SPEAK THE GRINGO’S LANGUAGE? THAT ALONE WOULD BRING IN BILLIONS!
The annual cost of maintaining and providing services to illegal or "undocumented" citizens should be tabulated, assumed and paid by the Government of Mexico or credited against the annual cost of oil we import from them until such time as immigrants from their country become U.S. citizens.
Why don't the pro-amnesty undocumented immigrant leaders join forces with the "anti-illegal immigration" leaders and bring the Government of Mexico to the table? The annual cost of maintaining and providing services to illegal or "undocumented" citizens should be tabulated, assumed and paid by the Government of Mexico or credited against the annual cost of oil we import from them until such time as immigrants from their country become U.S. citizens.
Let's face it: right or wrong, the Arizona legislation is treating the symptoms of an international disease that needs much stronger medicine.
NOT MUCH HAS CHANGED SINCE THIS ARTICLE IN 2006 ABOUT MEXICO EXPORTING THEIR POOR. NOT MUCH BUT THE STAGGERING COST OF THE MEXICAN WELFARE AND CRIME TIDAL WAVE!
The Mexican Invasion................................................
Mexico prefers to export its poor, not uplift them
March 30, 2006 edition
At this week's summit, failed reforms under Fox should be the issue, not US actions.
By George W. Grayson WILLIAMSBURG, VA.
At the parleys this week with his US and Canadian counterparts in Cancún, Mexican President Vicente Fox will press for more opportunities for his countrymen north of the Rio Grande. Specifically, he will argue for additional visas for Mexicans to enter the United States and Canada, the expansion of guest-worker schemes, and the "regularization" of illegal immigrants who reside throughout the continent. In a recent interview with CNN, the Mexican chief executive excoriated as "undemocratic" the extension of a wall on the US-Mexico border and called for the "orderly, safe, and legal" northbound flow of Mexicans, many of whom come from his home state of Guanajuato. Mexican legislators share Mr. Fox's goals. Silvia Hernández Enriquez, head of the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations for North America, recently emphasized that the solution to the "structural phenomenon" of unlawful migration lies not with "walls or militarization" but with "understanding, cooperation, and joint responsibility." Such rhetoric would be more convincing if Mexican officials were making a good faith effort to uplift the 50 percent of their 106 million people who live in poverty. To his credit, Fox's "Opportunities" initiative has improved slightly the plight of the poorest of the poor. Still, neither he nor Mexico's lawmakers have advanced measures that would spur sustained growth, improve the quality of the workforce, curb unemployment, and obviate the flight of Mexicans abroad. Indeed, Mexico's leaders have turned hypocrisy from an art form into an exact science as they shirk their obligations to fellow citizens, while decrying efforts by the US senators and representatives to crack down on illegal immigration at the border and the workplace. What are some examples of this failure of responsibility? · When oil revenues are excluded, Mexico raises the equivalent of only 9 percent of its gross domestic product in taxes - a figure roughly equivalent to that of Haiti and far below the level of major Latin American nations. Not only is Mexico's collection rate ridiculously low, its fiscal regime is riddled with loopholes and exemptions, giving rise to widespread evasion. Congress has rebuffed efforts to reform the system. Insufficient revenues mean that Mexico spends relatively little on two key elements of social mobility: Education commands just 5.3 percent of its GDP and healthcare only 6.10 percent, according to the World Bank's last comparative study. · A venal, "come-back-tomorrow" bureaucracy explains the 58 days it takes to open a business in Mexico compared with three days in Canada, five days in the US, nine days in Jamaica, and 27 days in Chile. Mexico's private sector estimates that 34 percent of the firms in the country made "extra official" payments to functionaries and legislators in 2004. These bribes totaled $11.2 billion and equaled 12 percent of GDP. · Transparency International, a nongovernmental organization, placed Mexico in a tie with Ghana, Panama, Peru, and Turkey for 65th among 158 countries surveyed for corruption. · Economic competition is constrained by the presence of inefficient, overstaffed state oil and electricity monopolies, as well as a small number of private corporations - closely linked to government big shots - that control telecommunications, television, food processing, transportation, construction, and cement. Politicians who talk about, much less propose, trust-busting measures are as rare as a snowfall in the Sonoran Desert. Geography, self-interests, and humanitarian concerns require North America's neighbors to cooperate on myriad issues, not the least of which is immigration. However, Mexico's power brokers have failed to make the difficult decisions necessary to use their nation's bountiful wealth to benefit the masses. Washington and Ottawa have every right to insist that Mexico's pampered elite act responsibly, rather than expecting US and Canadian taxpayers to shoulder burdens Mexico should assume.