Video: Camp of the Saints on the Rio Grande

The border situation is chaos on steroids, with thousands of unaccompanied kids and families streaming in from Central America, where they heard on television that kids are guaranteed amnesty tickets.

In the video clip below, documentary filmmaker Dennis Michael Lynch warns that the invasion is only beginning:

It’s about to get worse. . . Entire villages are emptying out and coming from Central America through Mexico to the United States. They’ll be hitting in the next couple weeks. What you are seeing right now is the tip of the iceberg.”



There’s no reason why millions won’t come, since Washington has announced America’s borders are wide open. Just bring a kid or claim to be one (with fraudulent ID). And be sure to say you have a “credible fear” of persecution.

Below: Many illegal aliens ride a freight train nicknamed The Beast from southern Guatemala. An estimated half million hispanics travel on the train north to America every year.


The Beast - train north to America


Remember the Mariel Boatlift? That Democrat-created crisis transformed Miami from a nice American city into a crime-infused Cuban one, after Castro dumped his prison population on the US. And that humanitarian crisis brought only 125,000 Spanish-speaking foreigners.

The Daily Caller reports, “a leaked estimate by a top official in the Department of Homeland Security says the 12-month inflow will reach 90,000 by October, and then grow by another 142,000 in the next 12 months before October 2015.” That’s over 230,000, nearly a quarter million that the Democrats hope to dump on US taxpayers.

On Monday, the White House requested $2 billion to pay for the feeding and lawyers of the illegal aliens. Consider it down payment.

Why aren’t there troops on the border? It may be hard to recall now, but Obama did post the National Guard on the border in 2010 so there’s no reason why he couldn’t do it again.



The Camp of the Saints is a novel by Jean Raspail "that anticipates a situation which seems plausible today and foresees a threat that no longer seems unbelievable to anyone it describes the peaceful invasion of France, and then of the West, by a third world burgeoned into multitudes. At all levels - global consciousness, governments, societies, and especially every person within himself - the question is asked belatedly what's to be done?" (Read the author's description of The Camp of the Saints.)