by Allan Wall, August 12, 2021
Here at US Incorporated, we want to provide readers with a broad panorama of immigration and related issues in the United States, and also other countries, which can provide us with either good or bad examples.
The U.S. has been having immigration problems for decades and the situation looks worse now than ever with the Biden Border Rush.
One of the reasons that websites such as US Incorporated are so necessary is that the mainstream media is not going to give readers and viewers the full story.
Illegal immigrants are presented as victims and any problems they have must be the fault of evil Americans.
Here at US Incorporated we don’t support mistreating anyone, including American citizens.
Every year, Americans die at the hands of illegal aliens. Sometimes it’s because of dangerous driving by illegal aliens, and sometimes it’s outright violence.
Some respond like this: “There are native-born Americans who commit crimes. Why single out immigrants?”
Exactly! We already have enough native-born criminals in the U.S. Why import more?
In the case of illegal aliens, these are people who have no right to be in the country.
There is controversy over how much crime is perpetrated by illegal aliens and immigrants in general. Part of the problem is it’s hard to find out exactly because of mainstream media obfuscation.
But it ought to be obvious that 100% of crime perpetrated by illegal aliens should never have occurred, as these people have no right to be in the country.
In order to inform the public more fully on this issue, US Incorporated, through the Social Contract Press, its publishing entity, has published two booklets. The first was entitled The Victims of Illegal Immigration and the sequel was The Victims of Illegal Immigration Second Edition.
These two booklets contain heartrending stories of Americans who were killed by illegal aliens. The booklets provide a needed balance to the one-sided perspective of the mainstream media.
You can still order copies of the Second Edition, for only one dollar apiece, or even less if you order in bulk. Click here.
The United States is not the only country with problems like this. Nowadays, many western countries have very destructive immigration policies.
France, for example. This once-great European nation has seemingly turned against its own people, importing hordes of unassimilable immigrants who reside in suburbs called banlieues, notorious for crime and rioting, and considered “no-go” areas for outsiders.
France has been the scene of horrible mass terror attacks, and there may be worse to come. (See Retired French Generals Warn Macron Government of Possible Civil War.)
The most recent such story from France involves a Rwandan immigrant who entered France as a refugee eight years ago, but his asylum application was denied.
In 2019 he was issued an expulsion order but remained in France for a court hearing.
In 2020 the same individual, said to be a devout Catholic, set fire to the 14-century Cathedral of Nantes. It completely destroyed the cathedral’s 1621 organ. How devout is that?
On August 9, 2021, this individual was on bail, awaiting trial and staying with a Catholic religious community, when he murdered the Catholic priest of the same group providing him hospitality.
It sounds like something that would happen in the U.S.
Contrast that with the immigration policies of Hungary, a landlocked, formerly communist Central European country with a population of ten million.
Fox News pundit Tucker Carlson recently visited Hungary, spent a week there and interviewed Prime Minister Viktor Orban, who has impressed many non-Hungarians with his defense of the Hungarian nation and its people.
I invite the reader to watch this segment of Tucker’s show entitled “How Hungary Solved Its Border Crisis.” Click here, the segment begins at the about the 14:00 minute mark. Or you can watch it on YouTube. The segment begins after the 18:00 minute mark. Here’s the link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bd1mFv-j6MI.
Tucker visited the southern border of Hungary with Serbia on the other side. The Hungarian border policy there is near-immediate expulsion of illegal border crossers.
When Tucker was there he saw two border crossers from Syria being firmly, but humanely, expelled from Hungary back into Serbia.
As Tucker put it, “All it requires is the will to do it.”
Our leaders, on the other hand, have other plans.
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