Mitt Romney has a plan for “Ending the Tide of Illegal Immigration.” The words are important. It is a tide that we have been powerless or will-less to resist.
Romney charts the rise of illegal immigration through the 1990’s and 2000’s. It is now much larger. Romney does not identify the role of legal immigration in bringing illegals. As America becomes Mexico, its easier for Mexicans to come. Thus the barriers to entry are much lower. These include family, language, Univision, ideological support from Jorge Ramos and Maria Hinojosa who are Mexican nationalists.
Every corporate or government form in Spanish makes it easier for illegals. Legals are supposed to know English already. So the Spanish language options are for those here illegally in one way or another.
Hispanic supremacism is an ideology that Hispanics are not subject to the law of the gringo. The law keeping them out is racist so they are morally bound to violate it. This is a difference from 20 years ago that makes it harder to stop illegal immigration. The MSM basically agree with this attitude as do McCain and even Rudi Giuliani and Mike Huckabee: Stopping this immigration tide is racist. Although in Huckabee’s case you never know if its cufflinks in his pockets supremacy.
Romney claims to reject amnesty, but actually some here will be able to stay and get citizenship. This is a reward. Moreover, it keeps the hope and incentive alive. As long as some get amnestied you might as well come. There is also no longer any concept that those here since these amnesty bills were announced have zero eligibility.
Encourage Legal Immigration. Streamline the system to recruit and retain skilled workers and welcome the best and the brightest from around the world to our universities.
Because legal immigration leads illegal immigration you can’t stop illegal without stopping legal. Half of illegals are visa stay overs. To stop those you need to stop legal immigration. There are employer pipelines back to India and China.
There are university pipelines back to India and China from profs here who started there and recruit from profs back there for grad students and even undergrads. All of them then support each other in stay overs. This is done with federal dollars in grants for labs etc. The same pipelines feed into Silicon Valley.
Harvard MBA Romeny failed to mention all these problems. Nor how he would deal with them. Didn’t HBS teach Romney you have to identify the problems and the incentives to fix it?
==Romney Dec 14, 2007 Press Release
– End Chain Migration. Governor Romney believes we should end the policy of chain migration that says if a child is born here to illegal immigrants then, by right, the entire family is brought in based upon that child’s citizenship. As a nation we can limit family sponsorships while at the same time promote legitimate family reunification.
– Encourage Legal Immigration. Governor Romney will streamline the visa system to recruit and retain skilled workers in high demand by U.S. companies. He will also welcome the best and the brightest from around the world to our universities. We must stop illegal immigration so we can encourage legal immigration.
This continues the university pipelines to India and China. This continues “Irish need not apply” for jobs in computer programming or Ph.D. programs in science, math, engineering, economics and business. Romney is still being a good friend to India and China and giving them our know-how and closing the door on education of those who go to high school in America.
There are some enforcement features of the Romney plan that are beneficial. But it leaves in place the overall concept of immigration supremacy, that immigrants are the smart ones, vibrant ones, hard working ones, honest ones, non-violent ones.
The Romney verbiage also perpetuates the myths of immigration: That they are without racism or ethnic preference for their own. That they feel no loyalty to their parents or home country over America. Or if they have those, its the fault of white racism that they do. Everyone who comes here is the victim of white racism so they are entitled to discriminate against whites by affirmative action as well as in pipelines that exclude Americans or anyone of a different ethnic group.
Note this chart changes constantly, so you should save a copy if you study it now.
==Romney on Meet the Press
Tim Russert interview of Romney on Meet the Press:
MR. RUSSERT: Immigration, an issue that is very important in this country and to the Republican primary voters. The Boston Globe interviewed you two years ago, and there’s a tape of that conversation where you expressed support for the policies of George Bush and John McCain on immigration. Let’s watch and listen.
GOV. ROMNEY: I think an amnesty program is what, which is all the illegal immigrants who are here are now citizens,
Romney its only amnesty if all can stay.
Unidentified Man: Mm-hmm.
GOV. ROMNEY: …and a walk up and get your citizenship. What the president has proposed,
GOV. ROMNEY: …and, and what Senator McCain and Cornyn have proposed, are, are quite different than that.
GOV. ROMNEY: They require people signing up for a, a, well, registering and receiving, if you will, a number, a registration number, then working here for six years and paying taxes…
GOV. ROMNEY: …not taking benefits–health, Medicaid, food stamps, and so forth–not taking benefits, and then at the end of that period, registering to become a citizen or applying to become a citizen and paying a fee. And, and those are things that are being, being considered, and I, I think that that’s–that those are reasonable proposals.
MR. RUSSERT: Reasonable proposals.
GOV. ROMNEY: Hm.
MR. RUSSERT: The Lowell Sun, your home–one of your hometown, state home papers, said this. “Governor Mitt Romney expressed support for an immigration program that places large numbers of illegal residents on the path toward citizenship.
“`I don’t believe in rounding up 11 million people and forcing them at gunpoint from our country. With these 11 million people, let’s have them registered, know who they are. Those who’ve been arrested or convicted of crimes shouldn’t be here; those that are paying taxes and not taking government benefits should begin a process towards application for citizenship, as they would from their home country.'”
This is George Bush and John McCain.
GOV. ROMNEY: Now let’s, now let’s look at those very carefully, OK, and you’re, you’re a careful reader. In the interview with The Boston Globe, I described all three programs that were out there, described what they were, acknowledged that they were not technically an amnesty program, but I indicated in that same interview that I had not formulated my own proposal and that I was endorsing none of those three programs. I did not support any of them. I called them reasonable. They are reasonable efforts to, to look at the problem. But I said I did not support–and I said specifically in that interview I have not formulated my own policy and have not determined which I would support. And, of course, the Cornyn proposal required all of the immigrants to go home. The McCain proposal required most of them to go home, but let some stay. And the Bush proposal I, frankly, don’t recall in that much detail. But they had very different proposals. My own view is consistent with what you saw in the Lowell Sun, that those people who had come here illegally and are in this country–the 12 million or so that are here illegally–should be able to stay sign up for permanent residency or citizenship, but they should not be given a special pathway, a special guarantee that all of them get to say here for the rest of their lives merely by virtue of having come here illegally. And that, I think, is the great flaw in the final bill that came forward from the Senate.
Romney is really for amnesty. If some can stay, more will come to take their chance. This keeps the incentive to come. Stay for the next amnesty. Only if all must leave will the incentive of future amnesties disappear.
MR. RUSSERT: But they shouldn’t have to go home?
GOV. ROMNEY: Well, whether they go home–they should go home eventually. There’s a set per–in my view they should be–they should have a set period during which period they, they sign up for application for permanent residency or, or for citizenship.
Sign up for citizenship while here. This is worse than the Pence Huckabee touchback amnesty plan.
But there’s a set period where upon they should return home.
Until the next one. Until the in-between amnesties we had in the 1990’s. Until the special AgJobs amnesty.
And if they’ve been approved for citizenship or for a permanent residency, well, thy would be a different matter. But for the great majority, they’ll be going home.
MR. RUSSERT: The children they had born here are U.S. citizens, so do the children stay here and the parents go home?
GOV. ROMNEY: Well, that’s a choice, of course, the parents would, would make. But my view is that those 12 million who’ve come here illegally should be given the opportunity to sign up to stay here, but they should not be given any advantage in becoming a permanent resident or citizen by virtue of simply coming here illegally. And likewise, if they’ve brought a child to this country or they’ve had a child in this country, that’s, that’s wonderful that they’re growing their families, but that doesn’t mean that they all get to stay here indefinitely. We’re fundamentally a nation of laws. And let me underscore something here that I think’s awfully important, because this immigration debate can sound anti-immigrant to a lot of people. It’s not intended to be that by myself or, I believe, by the vast majority of others that talk about it. We value legal immigration. We welcome people coming here with different cultures and skill and education,
Is this immigration supremacism? Immigrants are the real Americans or the real people? They are vibrant and we are not? The opposite of vibrant is dead or close to it. That describes our acceptance of genetic replacement immigration.
but we are a nation of laws. And our freedoms and our liberty are associated with following the law. We have to secure our border, we have to make sure there’s an employment verification system to identify who’s here legally and who’s not. And then for the 12 million who’ve come here, welcome them to get in line with everybody else, but no special pathway.
MR. RUSSERT: Your views have been complicated by your own situation. This was The Boston Globe back in December of ’06. “As Governor Mitt Romney explores a presidential bid, he has grown outspoken in his criticism of illegal immigration. But, for a decade, the governor has used a landscaping company that relies heavily on workers like these, illegal Guatemalan immigrants, to maintain the ground surrounding his pink Colonial house.” That was a year ago. A year later, The Boston Globe came back and the same company and illegal immigrants doing the same work. Did you report that company to authorities saying–a year ago–saying they’re using illegal immigrants?
GOV. ROMNEY: Oh, it was, it was on the front page of The Boston Globe; a reporting was not necessary. But I have to clear up the most egregious error in that article. It said my house is pink. I would not have a pink house, I assure you. In an effort to–let me, let me describe the circumstance. And that is the very issue I just mentioned, which is we need an employment verification system in this country. I hire a landscaper to take care of my leaves and, and mow the lawn, and, and the landscaping company hires people to work for them. We’re certainly not going to have an America where a homeowner is expected or even thought of going out and saying, “Gosh, I see some workers here who have an accent. I want them to bring papers so I can inspect them.” As a matter of fact, I think that’s against the law in this country. And so, in this case, the, the landscaper, or the contractor has a responsibility to ensure that their workers are legal.
So after the first story came out, I met with the–excuse me, my son met with the landscaper and sat down with him and said, “Look, you’re a good person, and you’re a friend, and–but we can’t possibly have someone working at my dad’s house that’s not a legal alien, and so you have to be absolutely certain anybody working here is legal.” And he assured us that he, he would do just that. And he failed in that effort. He, according to the paper, he tried, he got documents, apparently, from all the people who, who he had work at our property. Apparently one or two of them had falsified their documents. That’s the very reason why we so desperately need in this country an employment verification system, so that an employer who’s hiring people can know who’s here legally or illegally. If we don’t have that, what it’s going to say to an employer is, you better not hire someone that has any accent because if you do, it’s possible they’ve counterfeited their documents and you’re going to get whacked and the people you work for are going to get whacked.
MR. RUSSERT: Would you then be in favor of a mandatory prison term for any employer who hired an illegal immigrant?
GOV. ROMNEY: Of course not.
MR. RUSSERT: Why not?
GOV. ROMNEY: Well, a mandatory prison term? No. But here’s what I would do. I’d say once you’ve put in place an employment verification system–and that’s a big phrase to describe something pretty simple. I’d say to anybody who’s coming here legally, they get a card with their name, biometric information, a number and their work status, and you–once you have those cards in place–that the only ones that can get them are people that are here legally–you then say to employers, “If you want to hire someone that’s not a US citizen with a valid Social Security number, you ask for the card. You then verify it on the computer, and you can hire them if it’s a valid card if they have a card. If they don’t have a card and you hire them anyway, then you’re going to be subject to the same kind of sanctions you get for not paying your taxes. And that’s typically fines, very substantial fines, they get larger and larger. But a first offense employer hiring someone who’s not legal, putting them in jail, I, I doubt that’s…
MR. RUSSERT: But if you wanted to end illegal immigration, if you…
GOV. ROMNEY: Well, I’m sure, I’m sure, I’m sure…
MR. RUSSERT: …came down hard on employers.
GOV. ROMNEY: I’m sure capital punishment would come down hard as well, but I’m not, I’m not suggesting that kind of penalty. But I do believe that, that sanctioning employers with substantial fines–and potentially worse if, if they were egregious, continuous offenders could be called for. But what employers tell me, and I, and I talk to a lot of people in small business, they say, “It is almost impossible for us to know who’s here legally and illegally.” In fact, there’s a federal law–you’ll find this interesting–a federal law prohibits an employer from, quote, “discriminating against a document that’s given to them by someone applying for work.” So if they look at something that looks like it’s a forgery, they’re not allowed to discriminate against that document. This puts them in a real catch-22, typical government work. And what we have to do instead is say, “We’re going to allow you, as employers, to finally have access to an employment verification system that says who’s here legally and who’s here illegally. If you hire an illegal, now we’re going to whack you hard with fines and penalties,” and potentially even worse if they’re repeat offenders.
==Wright Island Model Sustained Immigration is genetic replacement immigration.
“We investigated various cases of the island model with stochastic migration. If the population is infinite, the immigrants have a fixed gene frequency and the alleles are neutral, the gene frequency on the island converges to that of the immigrants.”
As pointed out in a previous post:
The theorem doesn’t say you get a mixture of old and new. The theorem says you get complete replacement of the old by the new. The old goes extinct. This is pure genetic replacement. It doesn’t matter if there is an intermediate mixture or not. Over time, the initial stock is replaced completely. Promises of a mixture are false.
The Wright Island Model means Romney legal immigration causes our genetic extinction. The Wright Island Model means the Romney partial amnesty causes our genetic extinction.
The Mitt Romney plan calls for continued annual legal immigration above zero. The Wright Island Model says that this results in genetic replacement and the genetic extinction of all genes here, and ultimately of all the genes that come in any year. Any plan for the genetic extinction of all genes here is immigration supremacy. Thus the Romney plan is an immigration supremacist plan. This makes Romney still an immigration supremacist, because he advocates a plan proven to cause the genetic extinction of all genes now in America.