Monday, September 13, 2010

Big decreases in criminal immigration


Have you ever seen a more beautiful graph?

"Unauthorized" immigration--that's rich. Liberal analysts like to feign objectivity but are such liars. They pretend that entering the country illegally is not a misdemeaor which can be prosecuted as a felony if committed repreatedly, but is merely a bureaucratic problem. 

10 comments:

OneSTDV said...

They pretend that entering the country illegally is not a misdemeaor which can be prosecuted as a felony if committed repreatedly

But this is almost as bad as the liberal argument. This isn't about what's legal (which ostensibly has a fluid definition) - this is about the very real reality of racial displacement and American cultural preservation.

Anonymous said...

Viva la recesiĆ³n!

Anonymous said...

How reliable can these figures be?

How does one even begin to measure illegal immigration?

Jim Bowery said...

It would be interesting to compare that graph to the graph of legal immigration. Could it be that the "bureaucratic problem" is being solved?

In any event, its easy enough to "solve" the criminal immigration problem. Make all immigration legal!

Oh, I hear you say, "But they wouldn't DARE do that with such high unemployment!"

If Karl Rove ever gets into power again, he'll pull it off.

Anonymous said...

If Karl Rove ever gets into power again, he'll pull it off.

Why are you so sure that Karl Rove would do it?

Jim Bowery said...

I am believe I have identified one way to demolish the Democratic Party (at least in Rove's twisted ideas about cheap labor as a source of Republican votes) while at the same time getting open borders AND amnesty. If I can figure it out, Rove can.

Sorry to be coy but you understand how it would be unethical of me to disclose more if I really believe what I'm saying.

Anonymous said...

Sorry to be coy but you understand how it would be unethical of me to disclose more if I really believe what I'm saying.

I understand. Though FWIW I'm "on your side" and read MR regularly.

Whatever this "way to demolish the Democratic Party" is, doesn't it rest upon fallacies? Namely, "Rove's twisted ideas about cheap labor as a source of Republican votes." I thought Sailer and perhaps some others had demonstrated that cheap Hispanic labor is not likely to be a source of Republican votes.

Furthermore, why would this necessarily destroy the Democratic Party? It just seems like it would be a move for the Repubs to be at least as liberal as the Dem Party on this issue.

Jim Bowery said...

It's pretty clear Rove is selectively intelligent. When it comes to the national interests, he is worse than idiotic. Not only can he not do arithmetic -- as Sailer has pointed out -- but he seems bent on destroying the nation. Really, I don't believe the Republican party is the "stupid" party, any more than this cricket is "stupid" as it commits suicide so that the worm inside can live. The "cricket" died the moment it became infected a long time ago and has continued merely as an extended phenotype of its parasite.

When humans similarly die, the shell of a human remains, and that shell has a complex nervous system. The shell of Karl Rove, like the rest of the occupational government, is trying to give territory away to its parasite(s) but it has formidable obstacles to overcome, such as an electorate that isn't, itself, completely infected, hence dead to all interests but the encroaching parasites.

The Rove shell ostensibly is motivated to destroy the Democratic Party, but it will do no such thing so long as it would interfere with the interest of the parasite: increasing the parasite's ecological range. Although the Democratic party itself is the direct source of benefits to the parasite, it is of secondary importance to the parasite. The primary objective is territory.

Anonymous said...

850k illegals came in between 2000 and 2005, and another 850k between 2005 and 2009. So the rate is actually increasing?

Ron Guhname said...

No, the numbers refer to annual numbers averaged within a period.