Tuesday, March 14, 2017


Illegal Immigration Is Not Immigration – It’s an Invasion

Shelter in-place ... why should muslims leave the country of their birth, of their language, of their culture to illegally immigrate? The United Nations is as much responsible and guilty for the illegal immigration as ISIS is of genocide. Borders, language, culture creates the diversity in humanity and is the growth hormone for creativity and knowledge. Legal immigration created America ... illegal immigration is a detriment to humanity and its progress.

I cannot believe that so many Americans are so dull they cannot comprehend the difference between illegal immigration and legal immigration into America. For starters and to our detriment, the United States has allowed in more illegal and legal immigrants than any other nation on earth. Japan, a nation known for high intelligence does not allow Muslims into their country because they are bright enough to understand that the Islamists are on a serious mission to dominate over non-Muslim nations and convert or slaughter their citizens via sharia law. I also know that Japanese students are taught by their parents and school teachers to appreciate their nation. Students in Japan also know the fundamental difference between illegal and legal, even when it comes to immigration.

Illegal Immigration around the World: 13 Countries Compared to the United States - Illegal Immigration

Gathered is data on illegal immigration in Austria, the Czech Republic, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Italy, the Netherlands, Russia, Slovakia, Spain, Turkey, and the United Kingdom and the United States. We included all of the countries we could find with at least three years of illegal immigration data between 2000 and 2010.

While the statistics for the United States and Turkey only include illegal immigration, the 12 other countries listed measure "irregular immigration," which combines people living in the country illegally with people working in the country illegally (whether they are legal residents).

"Irregular immigration" is a term used by the organization CLANDESTINO, which is the European Union-funded, multi-nation consortium designed to provide data on "unauthorized migration" to EU members. The term includes what people in the United States largely consider illegal immigration:

1. "Seemingly regular registered foreign nationals with falsified papers"; 2. "Children without resident status"; 3. "Aged family members without resident status";4. "Unemployed foreign national without resident status"; and 5. "Foreign nationals without residence status in regular tax-paying jobs." "Irregular immigration" also includes people who reside in the country (legally or illegally) and who are working illegally: 6. "'Tourists' from non EU countries in irregular unregistered jobs"; 7. "Foreign nationals without residence status working in irregular unregistered jobs"; 8. "Foreign nationals with residence status and without work permission, in irregular unregistered jobs"; and 9. "Foreign nationals with residence status and work permission, in irregular unregistered jobs."

Because the "irregular immigration" statistics include illegal immigration and for purposes of roughly comparing the United States to other nations, we have shown illegal immigration statistics alongside irregular immigration statistics. All estimates are rough estimates and each country may count, estimate, or calculate the numbers using different methods. Some countries have different sources for different years, which may account for some unusual variation. Population ranges and corresponding percentages for individual countries were averaged in the summary chart below.

Islamist Ambitions. Although the numbers in this category are smaller than refugees or students (and indeed, some Islamists also fit in those two capacities), Islamists have particular importance, for they harbor religious and political ambitions that are in a potential collision course with the majority population.

Islamists arrive in the United States despising the country and all it represents, intending to make converts, exploit the freedoms and rights granted them, and build a movement that will effect basic changes in the country's way of life and its government. The superpower status of the United States makes it especially attractive to those who wish to change the world order; what better place to start? Islamists do not accept the United States as it is but want to change it into a majority Muslim country where the Qur'an replaces the Constitution. "Our plan is, we are going to conquer America," is how a missionary put it already in the 1920s. His latter-day successors are no less ambitious. They have two alternate strategies, non-violent (i.e., conversion of the Christian majority) and violent (i.e., jihad), to accomplish this.

Islamists also find several other advantages to a U.S. residency:

  • Freedom of expression that permits them to write or broadcast whatever they wish.
  • Good communications and transportation allow the Islamists to stay in constant touch with their movements. 

There is no country as open to outside actors or influences as the United States. Also, American affluence offers many opportunities to raise funds.

But it's not a complete paradise, especially if the Islamists engage in illegal activities. Omar Abdel Rahman, the blind sheikh spending the rest of his life in a U.S. jail for his part in attempting to blow up New York City landmarks, finds things less than ideal in the United States: "I came here to smell freedom; I found it to be suffocating here." Since September 2001, groups (such as the Global Relief Foundation) and individuals (such as Enaan Arnaout, head of the Benevolence International Foundation) who hitherto found the U.S. a playground for dubious behavior have suddenly found themselves caught up with the law.

Once in the United States, temporary sojourns often turn into permanent residence. Workers get accustomed to higher incomes, students stay on beyond their schooling, and intellectuals appreciate the freedom of expression. In general, families stay more than singles, women more than men, educated and skilled individuals more than those who are not, rich ones more than poor ones, and economic refugees more than political ones. There is a growing sense among immigrant Muslims that the home countries are fated to remain politically unfree and economically backward; not surprisingly, they see the United States as a permanent abode.