When Did We Vote For the Western Immigration Policy?

When Did We Vote For the Western Immigration Policy?

I don’t recall ever being offered a choice. It was never a major issue at any election, except perhaps US 2016. High immigration to white countries is uniparty policy, implemented without our permission.

Biden’s 2023 Flood: One Migrant for Every American Newborn. Neil Munro at Breitbart reports:

President Joe Biden’s deputies welcomed at least one economic migrant into the United States during the last 12 months for every American newborn or high-school graduate.

More than 4 million economic migrants crossed the southern border during the government’s October-to-September budget year, according to federal data released October 21.

In contrast, 3.67 million Americans were born during the matching 12-month period in 2022, according to the Census Bureau. That 2022 number includes at least 400,000 births to illegal migrants.

The inflow also creates vast economic competition for the 3 million American youths who graduated from schools in the 10 months up to October 2022, the bureau reported.

One predictable result is that the new migrants are pricing ordinary Americans out of housing. …

In contrast, many migrants are being fast-tracked into American housing by government-funded, business-backed, progressive groups who increasingly divorce themselves from the interests of ordinary Americans.


Meanwhile Sweden, which once fancied itself the “world’s humanitarian superpower,” has changed its mind. Reversal! It’s now evicting many middle eastern immigrants:


Even the Germans are changing tack: Germany’s Chancellor Says the Country Must Begin Mass Deportations of Illegal Aliens.

DER SPIEGEL: Among those in Germany who harbor hatred for Israel are many people with Arab roots. Did German policymakers ignore for too long the deep hatred entrenched in some groups?

Scholz: I don’t agree that anyone has ignored that issue. We have been keeping a close eye on it for quite some time.

DER SPIEGEL: Apparently not close enough. Should Germany be paying more attention to who is coming into the country and who is allowed to stay?

Scholz: We have been doing that for a long time. But we will now be differentiating even more precisely. On the one hand, there is the immigration of workers that we need. And there are those who are seeking asylum because they are the targets of political oppression. On the other hand, though, that means that all those who don’t belong to one of those groups cannot stay. That is why we are limiting irregular migration to Germany. Too many people are coming.

DER SPIEGEL: How do you intend to lower the number?

Scholz: … We are strengthening the protection of Europe’s external borders so that fewer people are able to make their way to Europe. And we have agreed on a new solidarity mechanism in the EU: Refugees are to be registered in their first country of entry instead of merely being waved through to Germany. In return, they will be fairly distributed throughout Europe. The European Parliament will hopefully approve this mechanism in the coming months.

DER SPIEGEL: That will take some time. What can be done immediately here in Germany?

Scholz: We have now introduced stricter controls on our borders with neighboring countries, as we have just informed Brussels. And we want to reduce the incentives for remaining here irregularly. …

DER SPIEGEL: Do you really think that will be enough to significantly reduce the number of people coming to Germany?

Scholz: As I said, it can only be done with a package of measures. And I haven’t even mentioned one important one yet: We must finally deport on a large scale those who have no right to stay in Germany.

DER SPIEGEL: What does that mean?

Scholz: Those who are not likely to be granted permission to stay in Germany because they cannot claim a need for protection must go back. To make that possible, our public authorities must be reachable around the clock so that someone can actually be deported when the federal police take them into custody. We also must finally press ahead with the digitalization of the Immigration Office — the paper era must come to an end. Procedures must be accelerated, with asylum applications and initial interviews taking place in the initial reception facility. Court proceedings must also speed up. In some states, initial rulings in deportation cases come after four months, while in others, it takes 39 months. That is unacceptable. We have to deport people more often and faster.


Huge immigration (a) puts downward pressure on wages, especially for the lower skilled, and (b) pushes up housing prices. So we got stagnating wages and low CPI growth, and a boom in asset prices.

Who benefits? The bureaucrats and ruling class, who are not competing with immigrants for wage jobs. They get to buy cheap stuff, and mostly own their own houses, whose values sky-rocketed. Those who make the rules benefited, while most of the rest of us suffer for their decisions.

In addition, diversity immigration has the pernicious side effects of lowering trust levels and eroding social cohesion. That’s become very obvious since Oct 7. Now even the ruling class is concerned.

hat-tip Stephen Neil