What Will America’s Immigration Policy Look Like in 2050?
By: John Lillpop
Addressing the issue of illegal aliens in a responsible and intelligent manner based on the interest of all American citizens has been made all but impossible by Latinos who are more concerned with increasing the population of Hispanics than they are in securing U.S. borders and enforcing the rule of law.
Regrettably, because of the large and growing Latino population, weak -kneed politicians like George W. Bush, John McCain, and all Democrats pander to the Latino voting block, even when doing so is not in the best interests of America.
This political surrender of America to third-world interests is likely to become an even greater threat in the future because experts are predicting a huge increase in the population of Hispanics over the next few decades, both from natural population growth and illegal invasions.
If those expert projections are realized, Hispanics may be a majority in several states like Texas, California, Arizona, and other border states, and may be a huge force throughout America.
Assuming that the “browning of America” comes to pass as forecast and that the United States remains a favorite destination for those wishing to relocate, one cannot help but wonder how the nation’s policy with regard to illegal aliens might look in 2050.
For example, how would a Latino majority view illegal aliens if said invaders were not illiterate Latino peasants willing to work for next to nothing and without benefits?
What if the next 100 million illegal aliens come from China and India, and who refuse to learn Spanish? What if those illegal aliens with Chinese and Indian surnames demand free education, health care, and other public services paid for by taxpayers?
What if hospitals serving Latino-Americans are shut down because they are forced to provide free medical care to illegal aliens who refuse to pay for medical care but who send scores of billions of dollars back to China and India each year?
Given the refusal of the Latino community to help prevent and reverse illegal migration from south of our borders, how will that community be able to argue with any moral conviction that hundreds of millions of Chinese and Indians should not be welcomed into America with open arms and wallets, even if they do come here illegally?
And what of the millions of people from Russia and other nations in the former Soviet Union who continue to suffer in poverty and disadvantage?
If America continues to pander to Latinos and abandons the rule of law, what would stop 30 or 40 million Ruskies from moving to California, Arizona, and Texas?
How would Latinos respond if a border town in Texas became inundated with illegal aliens from Russia, who demanded that their children be taught in their native tongue, and that ballots be printed in Russian?
Would the first Russian mayor be celebrated by Hispanics as a shining example of American diversity?
Would Hispanics who became citizens by virtue of amnesty be open to the same treatment for those who speak perfect Russian or Chinese, but not a word of Spanish?
A word of caution: Diversity can be a bitch, masked as an angel!