A recent survey shows that the majority of Americans are upset with the way millions and millions of foreigners are flooding into their country.
The American people never actually voted to turn their country over to Mexicans, Asians, Africans, Arabs, etc. through legal immigration, and most certainly do not support the open borders policy that has allowed many millions of illegals to flood in unchecked. Americans were never given any choice in the matter, which runs contrary to the claims that we are committing suicide rather than being victims of a deliberate genocide.
We’re facing massive levels of unemployment and underemployment, yet almost all of our politicians want to ensure that more third world people are able to get into the country and immediately receive benefits and affirmative action jobs. Even the “anti-immigration” candidate Donald Trump wants to put a giant door in his planned border wall, increase H1-B visas, and does not say anything about curbing legal immigration, which has been absolutely devastating for the United States. His success, however, shows how much Americans want to see an end to immigration.
For more about the recent survey, let’s turn to Bloomberg:
Sixty-one percent of Americans agree that “continued immigration into the country jeopardizes the United States,” according to a new poll commissioned by management consulting firm A.T. Kearney in partnership with market researcher NPD Group that revealed pessimism across a wide range of issues.
The degree of concern is remarkable considering that the question was about all immigration, including the legal kind. Even Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has said he supports legal immigration into the U.S.
The survey breaks things down by age and education, which provides some interesting insight:
A belief that immigration jeopardizes the U.S. was common across age groups, although highest among baby boomers (65 percent) and lowest among millennials (55 percent). By education, it was highest among those with just a high school education or some college (65 percent), and by region it was highest in the South, including Texas (66 percent).
This all makes sense. Since millennials have been conditioned by the jewish media’s anti-White narrative the most aggressively, they are not as concerned about immigration as their parents, even though a majority of them are against it. The Americans who live in the South (near the Mexican border) have watched their communities transform rapidly more than those in the North. Americans who do not have college degrees have been the first ones to be replaced by the low-skilled workers flooding across our borders, making them much more opposed to the open immigration policies than the rich people who benefit financially from being able to exploit cheap labor, or who can afford to live in gated communities.
When the 1965 Immigration Act was first introduced, Ted Kennedy assured the American people that it
will not flood our cities with immigrants” and “will not upset the ethnic mix of our society.”
Well, we now know that this was all a bunch of horse shit, but Ted Kennedy was not actually the mastermind behind the genocidal immigration policies that have taken the White percentage of the population from 90% in the 1960s to the point now where White children are the minority of school children. No, Ted was just acting as the friendly face for hostile jewish interests.
Jews, who are only 2% of our population, are the biggest advocates for open borders and mass immigration into White countries, while they demand Israel remain a jewish state with well-guarded borders.
This is not just hypocrisy..