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Mass Deportation—It CAN Be Done
Mark Lewis

It’s going to be difficult to get tens of millions of illegals out of the country.  If there were some fear of that happening, the Democratic Party would rise up and steal as much of the American taxpayers’ money as necessary to protect this future constituency of theirs.  Corporations that want cheap labor would press politicians with threats of reduced campaign money, and everybody knows politicians love other people’s money more than they love anything else.  The illegals themselves would disappear under rocks, into holes in the ground, and into every cavity and crevice they could find to escape deportation.  All they would then need to do is occasionally find their way to the nearest Democratic Party-run welfare office, get their money, and then disappear again.  Removing these people from America will be a Herculean task.  The Democrats know that and are chuckling all the way to the mail-in ballot box.

But, as difficult as it may be, mass deportation CAN be done.  According to a February 15 article on a website called “The National Pulse,” Pakistan has deported 500,000 Afghans in the past four months who were illegally in Pakistan.  An estimated 1.7 million Afghans had been living illegally in Pakistan.  Not anymore.  Pakistan didn’t want them there and—crucially—had the will and guts to do something about it.  I don’t know how many more they intend to deport, but almost one-third is a good start.

I’ve never heard of “The National Pulse” (perhaps you have), but I have little doubt that this report is true because the United Nations complained about what Pakistan is doing.  That right there is a priori evidence for the story being accurate because the United Nations is wrong about everything.  One of the best things Donald Trump could do—if he is elected President—is take the United States out of that slimy, anti-American organization and kick them out of the country.  Let them go settle in Mogadishu or some other equally suitable hellhole where they belong.  Then Trump can sell their building in New York to some honest capitalist investors who will provide good jobs for Americans.  This should be one of the first things Mr. Trump does once he resumes occupancy in the White House.  I wrote recently about how the government needs to quit wasting American taxpayer’s money, and there are few bigger scandals than the money flushed down the United Nations toilet.  The UN objects to Pakistan deporting illegal Afghans back to their own country, so what Pakistan is doing must be a good thing.  But I don’t need the UN’s objections to it to know that.  

Actually, what has happened is that most of the 500,000 Afghans self-deported after Islamabad threatened to arrest any that remained in the country.  “You can go back home, or you can go to jail,” these Afghans were told.  A Pakistani jail is probably not the Hilton, so I suspect most illegal Afghans made the right choice.

But the point is deportation.  It CAN be done.  Pakistan is proving it.

Of course, for reasons already noted, this would be extremely difficult to do in America because of the two things that are more enticing to humans than anything else in the world—power and money.  The Democratic Party, as all intelligent people know, has opened America’s borders for the sole purpose of allowing as many foreigners into the country as possible.  They are giving, and will continue to give, these illegals as much free money as possible with the full intent of eventually (very soon) granting them citizenship and reminding them which party allowed them to come to America and become Americans.  The future would indeed be bright for the Democratic Party.  They love money, but they seem to love power even more.  And political power for Democrats is what EVERYTHING they do is about.  

Money is the motive for many corporations who want to keep the illegals in America.  Since the illegals are here illegally, they can work illegally, and the corporations can pay them an illegal wage, i.e., below the government-required minimum wage.  The answer to that, of course, is to abolish the job-destroying, inflation-causing minimum wage. Still, the minimum wage also buys votes for politicians, so it isn’t going anywhere, not while this current cast of greedy, megalomaniacal economic illiterates on both sides of the aisle are entrenched in Congress.  Corporations can hire illegals below the minimum wage under the same threat of campaign contribution reductions if politicians get a little edgy about low-wage illegals being employed.  Small businesses, due to Biden-caused inflation, interest rates, and general degradation, will probably also start taking the risk of hiring more illegals as well at the below-minimum wage rate.  This will, naturally, cost many Americans their jobs.  But the Democrats and Uniparty Deep State clique don’t care a thing in the world about the American people (except on election day—or, now, election weeks); they only care about power.  And money.

As I’ve said several times before, the Deep State runs America.  And they want these illegals here, in ever-greater numbers.  It is one of the quickest ways to send more and more Americans into poverty, and people in poverty are easier to control.  As one Muslim ruler of India said a few centuries ago, “The Hindus will never become submissive and obedient until they are reduced to poverty.”  The Deep State knows that about Americans, too.  The American people, by and large, haven’t figured it out yet.  And probably never will.

But, as Pakistan is showing, mass deportation of people who don’t belong in the country is possible.  But a nation must have the will to do it.  The question is, is the will of ENOUGH American people stronger than the will of the Deep State and selfish corporations?  

That is what the deportation battle will be all about.  If there ever is one.

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Mark Lewis is a native Texan currently living in Thailand. He has Master's degree in history and has taught history and English in America, South Korea, and China. His first book, Whitewater, a western novel, was recently published, and is available at Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and





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