Dissection of an immigration propaganda piece

Wow. I just read a pro immigration propaganda piece based on United Nations Agendas 21 and 30 talking points: A Quarter-Billion People Are On The Move, by Goethe Behr, Election News, May, 27 2020. The article states that:

There are currently about 258 million international migrants. That figure has grown massively since the turn of the millennium, when there were 173 million. This increase coincides with changing demograhics, advancing technology, evolving needs of labour markets and continued challenges posted by wars, shortages, human rights violations and climate change...

Global warming. . .displacing people from tropical and coastal islands. . . World water resources are under threat from fast growing populations, increasing consumption and pollution. . . Population growth has resulted in food-insecurity. . . Slashing and burning of forests. . .leads to mass migration of people...

The article says the Brookings Institute claims that "The sea level is rising at a rate of 12 millimeters per year in the western Pacific and has already submerged eight islands."

The article describes items like the above as push factors. It then describes pull factors "such as job opportunities, a better standard of living, better education, or better health care."

Ok. So a lot of people are moving around. Most of the migration is from less developed, third world countries into developed, first world nations. For example, the mass migration of unassimilable Muslims into Europe. It sure looks like most of the migration to Europe is for economic and political reasons, just as mass immigration into America is for economic gain.

The article continues, stating that Migration Policy thinks one of the reasons for mass migration is "Violence against Immigrant and Minority Communities Erupts Amid Rising Xenophobic, Anti-Migrant Discourse." Huh? If destination nations don't want a migration invasion, more people will go there?

Then the article continues, stating that: "The George W. Bush Presidential Center says the current paranoia and xenophobia in the United States is short-sighted and counterproductive. It points to many current myths about immigration."

Immigrants played a leading role in building what has become the most prosperous nation in the history of the world. However, legal immigrants are many times misrepresented or their role in the U.S. economy is misunderstood... At the George W. Bush Institute, we believe immigration policy should be used as a tool for economic growth and prosperity.

The lofty conclusion reads:

There are many reasons why people migrate. There’s not much we can do about natural disasters, like hurricanes and earthquakes, but many of the world’s problems are caused by people, such as war. poverty, political repression, and crime. Those are things we could work on before the migration crisis gets worse.

So in order to halt mass immigration into America, we first have to stop war, poverty, repression, and crime. Only then will we be justified in enforcing our immigration laws and limiting the numbers of people we invite in, and the number of people we allow to sneak across our border.

Oh, and by the way, don't make a distinction between legal and illegal immigration.

As to why this drivel was posted on an Election News website, the answer is simple: justify more mass immigration. The Republican donor class needs an unending stream of cheap foreign labor, and the Democrat party needs an unending stream of new Democrat voters. And to hell with the interests of the American people.

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