People like this (ultra-internationalists) are the equivalent to the ultra-nationalists that demand a pure race with the help of sealed borders.
Talk about discarding the notion of the need for time to assimilate vast numbers of people into the civil society, these people are up front and in your face with their designs for your country, importing as many as they want and who they want and screw the notion of an American culture. This is the multi-culture crowd (return to tribalism) that is destroying societies are the globe.
They don’t care for what you and what your parents, and generations before them built, they want to mould society in their image (what that would be that can’t tell you right now, because they don’t know themselves, but its going to be much more different than it is now, and of course better, though the blueprint is a work in progress, and you’re just supposed to trust them).
What they are contemplating is complete chaos, a rejection of the nation state, with sovereign borders protecting the civil society. Foreign governments (Mexico and others S.American states) are to decide what US border / immigration is to be, not the American people. It’s safe to conclude that these very same states reject the same for themselves, this their ”get the gringo” movement and moment in time.
NOTE: Check out the fortune cookie slogan by these whack-jobs promoting open borders (for the US only of course, The Mexican government maintains a draconian system for itself).
NYT: ‘JEALOUS,’ ‘HOARDING’ AMERICANS SHOULD LET IN 11 MILLION IMMIGRANTS—ANNUALLY
The United States should absorb as many as 11 million immigrants each year into its economy, NPR “Planet Money” founder Adam Davidson writes in The New York Times Magazine.
“Few of us are calling for the thing that basic economic analysis shows would benefit nearly all of us: radically open borders,” he writes.
His proposal would double the current U.S. population in only 29 years to over 637 million people.
“If largely open borders were to replace our expensive and restrictive lottery system, it’s likely that many of these immigrants would travel back and forth between the United States and their native countries, counteracting the potential brain drain by sharing knowledge and investment capital,” Davidson says. Unlikely, considering that the U.S. grants citizenship to the children born to aliens who violate immigration and can sponsor chain-migration of their most distant relatives.
Extrapolating from a study conducted by economist David Card that claimed importing 125,000 Cubans into Miami, Florida, in 1980 had “no measurable impact on wages or employment,” Davidson demands that America accept levels of immigration that are several orders of magnitude beyond what the country endures now.
Americans who want to trim the number of visas the U.S. hands foreign workers during tough economic times probably think President Obama is a Muslim, Davidson sneers.
According to Pew, roughly as many people (18 percent of Americans) believed in 2010 that President Obama was a Muslim as believe today that undocumented immigrants should be expelled from the United States. Of course, that 18 percent can make a lot of noise. But for everyone else, immigration seems to be going the way of same-sex marriage, marijuana and the mohawk — it’s something that a handful of people freak out about but that the rest of us have long since come to accept.
Allowing tens of millions of people to stream into the country is exactly like tolerating an unconventional haircut, according to Davidson. He also sets up a bizarre straw-man argument that restrictionists allegedly use. “Logically, if immigrants were ‘stealing’ jobs, so would every young person leaving school and entering the job market; countries should become poorer as they get larger. In reality, of course, the opposite happens.”
That’s not “logical”; it’s an brain-teaser-like smear of anyone who is skeptical of mass immigration. Davidson implies that Americans displaced by foreign workers subscribe to an idiotic belief that the more people are employed, the poorer the country becomes. While it lets liberals look down on the hopelessly backward middle class, it vandalizes intellectual conversations about immigration.