5 Strategies to End Migrant ‘Caravan’ Invasions

From the home page of Pueblo Sin Fronteras, the NGO that organizes migrant invasions of the United States.

A Torchy Rant

Yet another so-called “migrant caravan” is making it’s way north to the United States and growing in size along the way. The clear and obvious objective of the “caravan” is to overwhelm border control mechanisms. For all intents and purposes, it is an invasion by definition. So lets dispatch with the shadow language and call it what it is.

Central American migrants walking toward the U.S. depart Ciudad Hidalgo, Mexico, on Sunday, Oct. 21, 2018, despite Mexican efforts to stop them. The caravan advancing toward the U.S. border is estimated to be at least 7,000 people. As of Tuesday, Oct. 23, they still faced a journey of more than 1,000 miles. PHOTO: Moises Castillo/AP

U.S. Foreign-Born Population Reached 45 Million in 2015, Projected to Reach 78 Million by 2065This October invasion comprises somewhere between 3,000 and 14,000 Central Americans, reports estimated Tuesday. What began as a group predominantly made of up of Hondurans has now morphed into melting pot of the Middle Americas. The group will no doubt be further diversified by migrants from India as the traveling circus moves through northern Mexico. (A recent study revealed that between 15 and 25 percent of migrants crossing into the United States illegally at the Mexico border are from India.)

On Monday, Trump spoke at a Texas rally and declared himself a nationalist — but clearly there’s an obstructionist contingent of U.S. judges who are not. And it doesn’t seem as though we’re ever going to get that wall — and even if we did, they’d just dig a tunnel under it.

Meanwhile, border crossings have reached an all-time record high for fiscal year 2018 (Oct. 1, 2017, to Sept. 30, 2018). Note the language below as well as the figures.

The Washington Times: The Border Patrol nabbed 396,579 people, and U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers encountered another 124,511 trying to come into the country through official ports of entry. The combined 521,090 people is 25 percent more than 2017, though fewer than the 553,378 unauthorized migrants snared in 2016. …

Of more than 94,000 Central American families who jumped the border in 2017, more than 98 percent — including tens of thousands of unaccompanied children — remain in the U.S., says the Department of Homeland Security.

Of the more than half a million known people who came to the U.S.-Mexico border, only a quarter of them went through an official port. And of the nearly 400,000 people caught crossing the border illegally, only a quarter of them were from Central America. Um, where are the other 75% from? And if 400,000 were caught, how many got away? Is there any way to know or even estimate?

To combat this latest invasion, Trump reportedly dispatched 2,100 mostly unarmed National Guard troops from Texas, California, New Mexico and Arizona. That equates to less than one soldier per mile. Clearly, more needs to be done. It’s time to send a loud, clear and ominous message that can be understood in any language.

5 Strategies to End Migrant Invasions

1) Declare National Emergency and Deploy the Military

Big presence, armed, tanks, helicopters, machine guns, dogs, trenches and firing lines along rivers.

2) Shut Down Processing Centers

Simply close them. Put out a sign: Gone to lunch, be back in a month. Put processing staff on border patrol duty.

3) Broadcast Fake Images of People Being Gunned Down While Attempting to Cross into the United States Illegally

Since our government has perfected hoax-craft, why not put it to good use? Create fake scenes of MS-13 types being gunned down by military or by red necks while crossing rivers or running across fields. Distribute faked tapes to news networks worldwide as an insider “leak.”

4) Make it a Punishable Federal Crime to Organize or Fund Border Invasions 

Organized invasions of the U.S. border create economic and security crises for U.S. citizens at both a local and national level. Those who fund and coordinate such invasions should be charged with threatening national security. Municipalities near the border should seek financial remedies from organizations and individuals who deliberately create serious resource burdens.

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Pueblo Sin Fronteras organizers. All but three are located in the United States.

5) Open Asylum Centers and US Jobs Centers in Honduras, Guatemala, Mexico and India

Screen people abroad. It’s easier to assess a person in their own country, including true level of need and criminal history.

If a prospective migrant wants to work in the U.S. and they’re fit for employment, have employer pay for the worker’s transport and documentation fees. A short-term or long-term green card could be issued from abroad. If guest worker doesn’t show up for work, then the employer should be required to report the absence to immigration.

Asylum centers abroad could provide safe temporary housing to asylum candidates while their need is being assessed within their own country, including the conditions in which they live, local gang threats, etc. If qualified for asylum, the person could begin their documentation process abroad and then be given transport to the U.S. and connected with a resource coordinator. A refugee should be given a temporary Visa and clear follow-up process once in the U.S.

Countries that don’t want to cooperate with such a program could be cut off from foreign aid.

Torchy Takeaway: Though I’ve never been a fan of the quota method of immigration and am not a eugenicist, there must be a balance of influence (aka “diversity”) when it comes to migration. Otherwise, couldn’t a country be gradually and passively taken over without ever going to war?

Massive and uncontrolled influxes in recent decade of migrants from Latino and Asian countries coupled with practically non-existent European migration has already created a radical shift in our politics, economy and culture. So perhaps we should revisit the Immigration Act of 1924, also known as the National Origins Act or Johnson-Reed Act. This NBC article calls the Act “discriminatory” (because it’s pro-northern European), but it explains the tenets of the Act well enough:

[With the act’s passage] … the U.S. used restrictive immigration policies in the 1920s based on the 1890 proportions of foreign-born European nationalities. Since the 1890 census reflected higher numbers of northern Europeans, immigrants from those countries had greater opportunities to emigrate.

The arguments, outlined in Madison Grant’s 1916 book The Passing of a Great Race, held that older immigrants were skilled, thrifty, hardworking like native born Americans and recent immigrants from southern and eastern Europe were unskilled, ignorant, predominantly Catholic or Jewish and not easily assimilated into American culture.

Madison Grant and Charles Davenport, among other eugenicists, were called in as expert advisers on the threat of “inferior stock” from eastern and southern Europe, playing a critical role as Congress debated the Immigration Act of 1924. The act attempted to control the number of “unfit” individuals entering the country by lowering the number of immigrants allowed in to 15 percent of what it had been previously.

Immigrant share of U.S. population nears historic high

9 Comments on 5 Strategies to End Migrant ‘Caravan’ Invasions

  1. The upcoming election is a high stakes game of chess for the deep state to re-gain control. Every move, as in a chess game, has a predetermined counter move. I suggest Trump leverage the opportunity to announce that, as we cannot afford these illegals in our country, if they come, he will have no choice but to deny benefits and to toughen hiring standards for any and all undocumented people. In jujitsu, you use the other person’s weight as a his disadvantage.

  2. “Minutes ago, President Donald Trump signed DEPLOYMENT ORDERS for the 82nd Airborne Division of the United States Army, instructing them to deploy from Ft. Bragg, NC, to the U.S. southern border at Mexico.

    In addition, the 1st Armored Division of the United States Army at Ft. Bliss, TX (Corrected Base info at 7:18 PM EDT) has been given 72 Hour ready-standby orders to begin shipping armored vehicles to the southern border via rail.”

    It will be interesting to see what comes of this, but it is a step in the right direction.


  3. Another strategy is:

    Declare Mexico a threat to U.S. national security.

    Invade and overtake.

    Install a puppet government that will DO AS THEY ARE TOLD OR DIE !

    Just a thought.

  4. the problem is the elites have no intention of ending the migrant invasion. Your idea list assumes your ideas count in this system. It’s a taught illusion that they count but they clearly don’t

  5. If Trump uses the military to thwart the migrant onslaught, the republicans will take the House and Senate in a landslide. This effort will backfire for the Soros guild. It is a desperate and ill-conceived move. They will regret it, unless it is used to disrupt election day and compromise results, which isn’t out of the question.

  6. The narratives surrounding child separation among border-breaching and asylum-seeking migrants are remarkably deceptive. It’s frustrating to see low-information, bleeding-heart types so manipulated.

    Babies and tiny tykes are not separated from their parents.

    Older children and teenagers are detained for two reasons: entering alone or with an adult without documentation.

    When a child arrives alone, they can’t just be let loose in the country to live on the streets and be exploited. They have to be housed until they can be released to an adult, either in the U.S. or in their home country. If an adult family member cannot be located, they go into the U.S. charity/adoption/foster-care system.

    When a child arrives with an adult without documents such as birth certificate and/or identification, then migration authorities must determine whether that child is being trafficked into the country.

    The fact of the matter is that the vast majority of children that enter the country are age 15 or older. In their own country, these “children” are treated as adults and are old enough to work, marry and have children, especially among those from poorer regions.

    Many of these teenagers come to the U.S. to work in ag, where they are desired among recruiters, and in the labor sector. Some of them already have children (babies, little tykes) for whom they want to provided a better life and better opportunities.

    Some teens are hardened gang members with extensive criminal histories who are trafficking drugs. Some are wanted by police for criminal activity. Some want to set up or contribute to existing sex- or drug-trafficking networks between the U.S./Canada and Columbia/Honduras/Guatemala/El Salvador/Mexico.

    Bottom line: In my view, anyone who uses child-migrant detention as a political platform should be viewed with suspicion.

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