Mass illegal immigration has been encouraged by the Federal Reserve to suppress inflation figures by lowering the cost of labor. I know this to be a fact because during the time of the G. W. Bush Administration, I watched on C-Span as now former Federal Reserve Chairman, Alan Greenspan referred to this during one of his mandated speeches to Congress. From my best memory, I believe what he said was, “In order to keep inflation figures in check it is essential that the free flow of labor continue to cross over the border unabated.” Thus, mass illegal immigration has been used by the Fed (at least since the Clinton years and maybe even earlier) to offset the Fed’s own malfeasance and economic mismanagement by lowering wages in a climate of rising costs of living. Illegal immigration was used in this way because, due to the inevitable destruction it would bring to the working and middle-classes, the American people would have never agreed to admit the same numbers of people intended for the labor market through the process of legal immigration. (Is this intentional undermining of the American work force not the definition of betrayal and brutality?)

This condition would certainly offer at least one explanation for the bizarre refusal to uphold the nation’s immigration laws exhibited by America’s four past Presidents, as well as Congressional Democrats and Republicans.

Besides the Federal Reserve, two other sectors have enjoyed the benefits of this economic influence, the first being large corporations operating in the USA, this due to the lowered cost of labor across the board, and the second sector being white liberal elitists employing nannies and gardeners, etc. on the cheap. In other words, due to mass illegal immigration and DACA, these two entities enjoy benefits similar to the owning of slaves. In the meantime, this interruption in (or manipulation of) the natural economic cycle has priced millions of American citizens out of their own labor market and into states of poverty and prolonged unemployment resulting in greater dependency upon government-funded social services. So aside from its being a form of corporate welfare and a source of slave-labor for white liberal elitists, DACA is a continuation of the injury that has been inflicted upon the American working and middle-classes since 1989 when George H. W. Bush and Al Gore Jr. worked together, rallied the votes, and granted Communist China a favored-nation trade status.

I’ll reiterate: DACA is corporate welfare. The American public bears the burden of cost, while large, America-hating corporations benefit from the lowered cost of labor. I say, “Free these unwitting slaves from their corporate bondage and servitude to vile elitists and Hollywood-types (I may have just repeated myself) and send them back to their homelands to live as free men and women.”

DACA is caca!

Carpe Noctem,