President Joe Biden’s border with Mexico is the deadliest land crossing in the world, according to a United Nations group, the International Organization for Migration.
“More than 1,238 lives were lost during the migration to the [north, central and south] Americas in 2021, including at least 51 children,” the group’s July 1 report said.
“At least 728 of these deaths occurred at the United States-Mexico border crossing, making it the deadliest land crossing in the world,” the IOM statement said, adding:
“The number of deaths at the US-Mexico border last year is significantly higher than any previous year, even before COVID-19,” said Edwin Viales, author of IOM’s new migrant report. in the Americas in 2021.” Yet that number remains an undercount.
The record death toll reflects mass migration to the border – where Biden’s Border Chief Alejandro Mayorkas is dangling work permits and jobs to more than a million foreigners.
In 2020, a third fewer people died in North, Central and South America when President Donald Trump rejected illegal migration, according to report data.
Yet in this year of low migration and low mortality, many liberal and business-aligned pro-migration groups have been vocally protesting Trump’s vital opposition to illegal migration. These groups have also complained that Trump is temporarily separating children from their families, unlike the 51 permanent separations recorded in 2021.
IOM is a pro-migration group whose motto is “Making Migration Work for All”. Thus, the IOM is using the June 27 death of 53 migrants in a truck in San Antonio to demand that the US government welcome even more economic migrants without considering the enormous cost imposed on Americans and the inhabitants of the countries of origin of the migrants. immigrants.
The 53 victims were killed while using the government-protected, coyote-managed “illegal migration” route to jobs in the United States. Under Biden’s watch, the coyote-run migration route managed to move about 2 million migrants, even as a similar number of legal immigrants and visas arrived through the official Biden-run legal migration route. government.
The outsourced truck run by coyotes and the resulting deaths continue because “our [U.S.] the ruling class does not believe in the legitimacy of immigration law,” said Mark Krikorian, director of the Center for Immigration Studies.
They “tolerate mass illegality as a means of circumventing the [annual] immigration limits set by Congress,” he told Breitbart News.
“Migrants who die trying to cross our southern border have been a national scandal for more than two decades,” admitted, a pro-migration columnist for MSNBC. “Blaming Biden is too simple. Where was [the] outrage under the Donald Trump and George W. Bush administrations? he wrote on July 1.
The 53 dead included two teenagers from the Mexican state of Veracruz. They paid the smuggling fee with $20,000 from the sale of their mother’s house because they expected to join relatives in the US and then pay off the debt with US salaries, a report says from the Associated Press July 1:
Teófilo Valencia, father of Jair, 19, and Yovani, 16, sat staring at his phone, reading the latest messages he had received from them. “Dad, now we’re going to San Antonio,” Yovani wrote at 11:16 a.m. Monday. Half an hour later, his brother wrote to their father that they were ready to work hard and pay for everything.
Yet Democrats and some Republicans are also using the deaths of the 53 migrants to push for easier migration despite the inevitable economic and civic damage to at least 100 million American blue collar workers.
“The border has been a challenge for decades — ultimately, Congress needs to pass legislation to fix our broken immigration system once and for all,” insisted border chief Mayorkas, whose pro-migration policies caused the death of hundreds of migrants as they tried to reach the work permits he dangled at the border.
Mayorkas defended his lax border security policies saying, “We have stopped over 400 vehicles and rescued and rescued over 10,000 migrants. He did not say whether the 10,000 migrants had been sent home or released to the United States to help reduce Americans’ wages.
“I think we’re doing a good job,” Mayorkas told ABC News on July 3 – less than a week after all 53 migrants were killed in a smuggling operation under his nose.
Mayorkas on Biden admin’s performance on southern border: ‘I think we’re doing a good job’ https://t.co/NAlrftibFz
— Breitbart.TV (@BreitbartVideo) July 3, 2022
Many other Biden migrants are dying at sea, on highways, in deserts, rivers, jungles and snow as they try to navigate the unofficial coyote-led obstacle course to the price of jobs Americans offered by Mayorkas, who is a pro-immigration fanatic.
“We are at 51 dead [so far 2022] and the summer heat is just beginning,” Brooks County Sheriff Benny Martinez told Breitbart Texas on June 29. “With temperatures reaching over 100 degrees, many [migrants] are simply not prepared for what they face when smugglers drop them off in the southern part of the county and send them on their way.
Corporate-funded Republicans are also using the migrant deaths to push for laws that allow easier legal immigration of consumers, tenants and foreign workers that cut wages and raise rents in jobs and homes Americans need. need.
“If we don’t pay attention to the deaths of 53 innocent migrants, then when are we going to take notice? Rep. Tony Gonzales (R-TX) told WFAA.com, adding:
I think you can have both a strong border security program and an immigration reform program that welcomes those who want to come to work and live the American dream…Now you can’t start with amnesty. And you can’t start with the wall… I think you start with work visas and build from there.
The 53 dead migrants show that the U.S. government operates two avenues of immigration – the legal, government-run route and the outsourced, coyote-run “illegal” route.
The two-pronged plan appeals to investors and allows US politicians to dodge voter anger over rising damage and deaths.https://t.co/yRaFnXENev
— Neil Munro (@NeilMunroDC) July 3, 2022
Since at least 1990, the DC establishment has extracted at least 40 million legal and illegal migrants, and visa workers, from poor countries to serve as workers, consumers and tenants for various American investors and CEOs. .
This economic strategy of Extraction Migration has no stopping point. It is brutal for ordinary Americans because it reduces their career opportunities, reduces their wages and salaries, increases their housing costs, penalizes their children and has driven at least ten million American men out of the labor force.
Extractive migration also distorts the economy and stunts Americans’ productivity, in part because it allows employers to use hunched labor instead of machines. Migration also reduces the political clout of voters, undermines employee rights in the workplace, and widens regional wealth gaps between the Democrats’ big coastal states and the Republicans’ heartland and southern states.
An economy based on extractive migration has encouraged wealthy elites to shift their sympathy toward grateful migrants, and away from desperate Americans at the bottom of society who sometimes vote against the political interests of the elites. This betrayal of fellow citizens facilitated by migration then alienates young people and radicalizes the democratic civic culture of Americans.
The economic politics of extractive migration hides behind a wide variety of lofty-sounding excuses and explanations. For example, progressives claim that the United States is a “nation of immigrants,” that Americans have a duty to accept foreign refugees, and that the state must renew itself by replacing populations.
But colonial-style economic strategy also kills many migrants, exploits the poor, and divides foreign families by extracting wealth from the human resources of poor home countries. The migration policy also minimizes shareholder pressure on companies to form Trade with poor countries.
Polls show deep and broad public opposition to labor migration and the influx of temporary workers into jobs sought by young American college graduates.
The opposition is growing, protesting, multiracial, heterosexual, non-racist, class, bipartisan, rationalpersevering, and recognizes the solidarity that citizens owe to each other.