The Immigration Industrial Complex
The topic of immigration seems to be all the rage nowadays. It has dominated the MSM news cycles and has compelled millions of Americans to protest immigration laws all over the U.S. The immigration debate has always been near the top of the list for many American lawmakers and politicians since the 19th century. Back in those days, there was no problem letting immigrants come into the country as long as they were the right shade and ethnicity. This basically meant that if you came from Britain or Scandinavia, you were good. If you came from Germany or France, you were initially shunned, but would eventually be granted the American green light once you dropped your accent. However, if you were Italian, Greek, or a Spaniard, you ran into a bit of a problem because the people in these countries tend to be near at the bottom of the totem pole when it comes to the European racial hierarchy. Why is this so? Well, the way the Italians and Spanish obtained their bronzed, olive skin was the result of the Moorish occupation of Southern Europe, which I will cover in a later article. The Irish were also shacked to the bottom of the social ladder in Europe, despite being under the umbrella of Great Britain. The Irish, Italians and Spaniards had to go through a much more stringent and thorough vetting process before they got their American stamp of approval.
They predictably got all the shitty jobs, became expendable cannon fodder for the North and South during the American Civil War, and became the first buffer group between the white "majority" and the newly freed slaves. Eventually, the European black sheep immigrants would earn their stripes and become official Americans shortly after WWII. However, the U.S. government had a slight problem. If the undesirable European immigrants were green-lit to achieve the American dream, then who would do all the dirty work that would keep America afloat? The logical replacement would be Blacks, since the ill-gotten gains from their labor is the only reason why America exists in the first place. But then again, in the minds of the elites who really run America from the shadows, there's no way in hell they were going to allow their well-designed social scapegoats achieve any type of economic stability or independence with the availability of steady employment. Therefore, Black Americans were scratched off the list, thanks to the outsourcing of jobs toward the latter half of the 20th century. The only ethnic group that the American public were willing to tolerate and allow to perform these lower-class jobs were the Hispanics from Latin America.
The exploitation of Latin Americans began as early as the early 1900s. However, it really ramped up when corporations became more obsessed with maximizing profits instead of paying regular American workers an actual living wage. The rate of inflation also had a lot to do with this, but I'll also cover this in a later article/blog. The majority of Latin America during the earlier days of the Cold War were experiencing all sorts of social upheaval. The tug-of-war between Capitalism and Communism were often present in many Latin American countries, particularly in Cuba, Nicaragua, and the most of South America. The social instability and the lack of jobs forced many Hispanics to head north to the U.S. for a better life. After their arrival, they would usually work agricultural or construction jobs that many labor statisticians claim that U.S. born Americans didn't want. As the decades went by, more Hispanics arrived and immediately claimed all the manual labor jobs. As a result, the U.S. Hispanic population also grew exponentially. Every state in the U.S. began to find themselves in another dilemma.
Unlike their Spanish predecessors a few decades earlier, the majority of Hispanics who emigrated from Latin America weren't trying to assimilate into "traditional" American society. They were smart enough to retain their culture and language. Many everyday Americans began to despise the Hispanic community for stealing jobs that American corporations had already shipped overseas decades earlier. Many began to complain to lawmakers that they should place more government agents to protect the border from illegal migrants. Legislators responded in kind by "getting tough" on immigration. However, these lawmakers and the lobbyists who put them in there suddenly realized that if they locked down the borders, who will they utilize to perform all of America's dirty work? As you can see, the U.S. government thought that they could keep the economic gravy train going by instituting a glorified slavery system via the Hispanic labor force. What they didn't count on was that the Latino population would eventually dominate nearly every sector of the country. Latinos are already the top minority in the U.S. according to the so-called Census. Pretty soon, they will not only dominate the U.S. population numerically, but they will soon be the running legislatures at all levels throughout the country. The only thing that will be left for debate is what will the official language of America in the next 10 years? Spanish or Chinese? I'm leaning toward the former.