DAILYKENN.com -- 99,000 aliens were arrested in April at the nation's southwest border. The number of aliens who managed to slip past authorities is unknown, but could be in the millions.
As America's free economy soars under the Trump administration, the floundering socialist economies south of the border continue to fail, pressing low-IQ citizens to seek a better life in the USA.
A problem with the so-called Democratic socialist model utilized by third-world nations is that a disproportion percent of the those nation's populations lack the intelligence and aptitude to produce income on a par with populations in first-world nations. When massive numbers of people are dependent on government welfare programs in their native countries, the systems collapse under the weight. The relatively small percentage of innovative people are simply unable to support the masses at the level they expect.
Corruption is also a serious problem in most third-world nations. Add the difficulties created by the inherent flaws in Marxist economic systems, and the recipe produces failure which, in turn, presses massive migration to Western nations where intelligent and innovative population groups can be bled to underwrite the masses.
Western nations are successful when free markets are blended with innate innovation and an inherent desire for rugged individualism; concepts globalist Marxism hates.
First-world countries can best serve third-world populations by providing innovative technology, such as advanced health care and food production, to those populations in their native countries. Allowing countless millions to flood into first-world nations where they create a massive parasitic class hampers the ability of first-world nations to retain their productivity which inevitably harms everyone.
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Border Patrol arrested nearly 99,000 migrants at the southwest border in April, according to statistics published Wednesday by Customs and Border Protection.
Border Patrol Chief Carla Provost previewed the latest numbers during a Senate Judiciary subcommittee hearing. She said the newest arrest figures were “off the charts compared to recent years,” and called on Congress to take action.
“We cannot address this crisis by simply shifting more resources or building more facilities,” Provost told lawmakers. “It’s like holding a bucket under a faucet. It doesn’t matter how many buckets you give me if we can’t turn off the flow.”
Arrests along the southern border — a rough metric to measure illegal crossings — have risen in recent months to their highest levels in more than a decade.
Border arrests increased nearly 7 percent in April compared with March. The monthly totals are the highest in more than a decade, and are starting to resemble those observed in the 1980s, 1990s and early 2000s, when annual arrests routinely topped one million.
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