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Joe Biden increases ‘disaster migrant’ population to 530,000

Advisors to President Joe Biden have granted temporary legal status to approximately 30,000 Ethiopians currently living in the United States.

The award of Temporary Protected Status (TPS) was announced on Friday as the Ethiopian government continues a disastrous war against a non-Ethiopian ethnic group in the Tigray region of the country.

“The United States recognizes the ongoing armed conflict and the extraordinary and temporary conditions gripping Ethiopia, and DHS is committed to providing temporary protection [for 18 months] to those in need,” Alejandro Mayorkas, the pro-migration secretary for the Department of Homeland Security, said in a statement. The statement added:

Ethiopian nationals currently residing in the United States who are unable to return safely due to conflict-related violence and a humanitarian crisis involving severe food shortages, flooding, drought, and displacement, will be able to stay and work in the United States until conditions prevail in their home country. to improve.

Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas (R) listens as President Joe Biden, appearing via teleconference, delivers remarks August 3, 2022 in Washington, DC. (Win McNamee/Getty Images)

The protection will help 30,000 Ethiopians, according to a Sept. 30 letter sent to Mayorkas by various pro-migration groups, including the American Immigration Lawyers Association. The letter said:

The current crisis in Ethiopia…has been marked by violence against civilians in the conflict, ethnic cleansing, destruction of public infrastructure including health facilities and schools, arbitrary arrests, torture, sexual violence and sexual. [sex]based on violence as a weapon of war and the militarization of food, medicine and fuel…

Throughout 2021 and 2022, at least six million people in the Amhara, Tigray and Afar regions have been cut off from access to adequate food, health care, fuel, banking services , communication with the outside world and other basic needs.

The TPS program has been abused by several presidents to quietly import and keep many foreign workers, tenants, and consumers in the United States.

This GST program policy is only one component of the Federal Economic Extractive Migration Strategy. This strategy helps investors by reducing American wages and increasing real estate prices. It also drives up inflation for a wide variety of goods, such as used cars and food.

The TPS program already keeps about 500,000 foreigners in the United States, some of whom arrived irregularly in the 1980s and 1990s. Migrants first received TPS when their home country was hit by eruptions disasters, floods, famines or wars.

The 500,000 number does not include TPS recipients who have previously won green cards, or their US-born children.

President Donald Trump did not extend some of the TPS grants that had been repeatedly extended by previous presidents. Extensions have often been granted long after the initial disasters have been overcome. But Trump was stopped by lawsuits and the election of Biden.

Since January 2021, Biden has welcomed approximately four million illegal, visa and legal immigrants. It also imported many additional people from Venezuela, Ukraine, and Afghanistan, and approved several additional TPS designations for Venezuelans, Haitians, and Cameroonians, for example.

The large population helps drive down wages and raise housing costs for Americans — and also pushes Americans out of the workforce.

Checkout Migration

It is easier for government officials to grow the economy through immigration than through increased exports, productivity, or birth rates.

So Washington, DC is deliberately extracting millions of migrants from poor countries and using them as additional workers, consumers and tenants.

This migratory policy of extraction both increases and distorts the national economy.

It prevents tight labor markets and thus moves vast wealth from ordinary people to investors, billionaires and Wall Street. It is difficult for ordinary Americans to advance in their careers, get married, raise a family, buy a house or get rich.

Extractive migration slows innovation and reduces the productivity of Americans. This is happening because migration allows employers to raise stock prices by using disposable labor and workers instead of the skilled American professionals and productivity-boosting technologies that previously allowed Americans and their communities to earn more money.

This migration policy also reduces exports because it minimizes shareholder pressure on top executives to take a professional risk trying to grow exports to poor countries.

Migration undermines employee rights in the workplace and widens regional economic gaps between the Democrats’ cheap-labor coastal states and the Republicans’ central and southern states.

An economy fueled by extractive migration also drains American political influence from elites and alienates young people. It radicalizes the democratic civic culture of Americans because it provides a moral excuse for wealthy elites and progressives to ignore Desperate Americans at the bottom of society, like drug addicts.

This diversified and regulatory investment strategy is enthusiastically promoted by progressives. They wish to transform the United States from a society ruled by a civic culture of European descent into an economic empire of jealous identity groups overseen by progressive monitors. “We are trying to become the world’s first multi-racial, multi-ethnic superpower,” Rep. Rohit Khanna (D-CA) said. New York Times in March 2022. “It will be an extraordinary achievement… We will eventually triumph,” he boasted.

But the colonialist economic strategy of the progressives kills many migrants. It exploits migrant poverty and divides foreign families by extracting human resources from poor home countries to serve wealthy American investors.

progressive to hide this extractive migration economic policy behind a wide variety of lofty-sounding explanations and theatrical agendas of border security. Progressives argue that the United States is a “nation of immigrants,” that economic migrants are political victims, that migration helps migrants more than Americans, and that the state must renew itself by replacing populations.

Likewise, establishment Republicans, media companies and top GOP donors hide the investor bias by ignoring the wallet impact and touting border chaos, social spending, migrant crime and the drug traffic.

Many polls show that the public wants to welcome some immigration. But the polls also show deep and broad public opposition to labor migration and the influx of temporary contract workers into the jobs needed by America’s blue-collar and white-collar families.

This “third rail” opposition is growing, protesting, multiracial, heterosexual, non-racist, class, bipartisan, rationalpersevering, and recognizes the solidarity that American citizens owe to each other.

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