The last decisive show of intent on the part of a U.S. president to defend America’s southern border was under Eisenhower’s “Operation Wetback.” That was in the 1950s.
Since then, the story of American border enforcement has, in spite of overwhelming popular sentiment and unending resolutions in both houses of Congress, been one long, sad tale of dissolution. Even the unending budgetary allocations for the construction of a secure border fence have mysteriously evaporated without having produced even a quarter of said fence; and who can forget that the federal government actually hired illegal Mexicans to build the very fence which was meant in theory to keep them out? The ever-expanding budget of ICE and Border Control have been routed not only away from any effective means of defense, but into inflating infrastructures which by their bureaucracy and opacity only render enforcement that much more difficult – and what’s more, into various black projects in which our personnel collude with the cartels in the smuggling of illegal narcotics, arms, and people.
But none can deny the fact that all the little streams of illegals have, under the present regime, swelled their banks to become a flood. It can be characterized as nothing less than full-scale invasion now. Yet the media would suggest anyone who connected this reality with things like Holder’s Operation Fast and Furious or Obama’s DREAM Act must be a “far-right” “conspiracy theorist,” and therefore beyond the bounds of respectability. Moreover, if you connect such programs on the part of the regime with the Cloward-Piven Strategy, you might just be, as Harry Reid called Cliven Bundy, a “domestic terrorist.”
But come on. There is simply no other way to view these policies other than calculated endeavors to break the country and finish its translation into a thoroughgoing socialist internationale. Not because I say so, or because so many others do, but because there’s no other apparent or likely outcome of such policies. Woe betide those who still cannot see this.
In any event, the propaganda angle on the whole thing is a parody of itself. Honestly, what fare is left for the likes of SNL and the Onion if the MSM narrate the paramilitary invasion under the cartels as a desperate march of “refugees” and “unattended children”? They actually want us to believe there is an uninterrupted convoy of latchkey toddlers marching unattended, not just internationally, but intercontinentally, from the reaches of the South American rain forests, through the desert wastes, over the Rio Grande, to your neighborhood schools.
The truth is, they aren’t children. What is crossing the border by and large, are hardened products of Azteca paganism and narco-cultura. They aren’t here seeking a better life. “These people are coming here to do horrible things.”