Read Here Three Powerful Stories Which Again Confirm The Urgent Need For Real Immigration Reform

Donald A. Collins | 28 July 2015
Church and State

(Credit: U.S. Customs and Border Protection / Wikimedia Commons / Public Domain)

Many Americans live outside large metropolitan areas, some in quite rural and beautiful places, which when driving around in these lovely areas, one can only feel a sense of security and well being.

To those of you to which this description applies, let me send you a computer prompt which discloses a serious potential danger to which many others living as you are now have already been exposed.

Looking at the way people live in beautiful, serene areas, this first enclosed prompt must be particularly apt. Can you imagine the arbitrary arrival of a large number of foreigner refugees whose presence you and your fellow citizens would have no say in rejecting?

Prompt #1: Sent under the title of “Subject: How to take over the US”

With the comment, “Most people in the country know nothing about this, so pass it along to everyone you know”

Prompt #2 came from an official of a metropolitan newspaper I have written many op ed pieces for, the Pittsburgh Tribune Review. Entitled, “American Coyotes,” the journalist who authored it is a Pulitzer Prize winning reporter who took along a photographer to the Mexican border where I have visited twice to seek first hand the increasingly ugly story of the immigration invasion of the United States of America. And clearly finding a prompt and effective solution affects the well being of all American citizens.

However, the situation on the US/Mexican border is but a part of the vast flow of aliens whose arrival threatens our comity, civil liberties and the future of our Republic, as the Obama Administration continues to ignore our precious Rule of Law in dealing with our immigration crisis.

That America has gotten such an immigration onslaught comes as no surprise to those of us who have been attempting for years to stem the immigration invasion, not only stopping illegal entries, but reducing legal numbers as well.

We have seen the number of people double in the USA from 170 million since immigration laws were changed in 1965 to over 325 million today with some 30 million illegal aliens here right now. At the present pace, the USA will have half a billion people by mid century with fewer jobs for more people as businesses continue their rapid automation efforts.

Unfortunately, the will to solve the tide of both legal and illegal aliens requires political courage and I suspect that will not be forthcoming from Hilary Clinton or from most of the Republicans running against her.

That Donald Trump and Ann Coulter with her landmark book, “Adios America” have raised the alarm may offer some hope for real immigration reform. However, it is not simply a question of closing the borders, even though I agree with Trump’s statement that a country that can’t control its borders is not a country. No other country deals with immigration as we are now doing.

A major first step would be amending E verify, an existing government service by making its use mandatory for all employers. E verify is now not working as well as it could, because employers must now hire employees before determining whether or not the prospective employees are here legally. Another major need is better interior enforcement.

President Obama has over his time in office virtually destroyed immigration enforcement which the majority of Americans now realize. Why do you think Donald Trump gained such rapid polling prominence? Because we Americans know we are being overrun! Losing our precious rule of law is leading us to anarchy.

The powerful forces that arrayed against us average US citizens are what has allowed this situation to spiral out of control. Let me offer one more prompt which simply puts the current situation in even more stark relief.

Prompt #3: Why Donald Trump’s Immigration Comments Struck a Nerve with Everyday Americans

July 21, 2015 | Progressives For Immigration Reform blog site

Now, knowing of the above dangers, well over half of all American citizens basically realize that we urgently need to get behind any candidate who can likely bring real reform to this contentious issue. Who is that? Like you, I am watching and listening very carefully, as I believe the future of our precious republic rests on rapidly achieving real immigration reform.

Former US Navy officer, banker and venture capitalist, Donald A. Collins, a free lance writer living in Washington, DC., has spent over 40 years working for women’s reproductive health as a board member and/or officer of numerous family planning organizations including Planned Parenthood Federation of America, Guttmacher Institute, Family Health International and Ipas. Yale under graduate, NYU MBA. He is the author of From the Dissident Left: A Collection of Essays 2004-2013.

From the Dissident Left: A Collection of Essays 2004-2013

By Donald A. Collins
Publisher: Church and State Press (July 30, 2014)
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