FRONT ROYAL, VA — Let’s get one thing straight. Obama could care less about those Hispanic kids coming over the border.
Here’s how we know: his administration has pushed the most savage pro-abortion policies in our history, both at home and abroad.
And at home, Hispanic babies are much more likely to be aborted in America than children of white or Asian descent. The same is true for blacks. Obama fights to allow even more.
Abroad, Obama has launched an unholy partnership with billionaire Bill Gates, forcing Hispanic countries to include “family planning” – out-and-out child eradication – if they want any “humanitarian” foreign assistance at all.
Why, then, does Obama want these children in the United States?
This might help:
On July 23, 1942, Adolf Hitler’s secretary, Martin Borman, communicated the Fuehrer’s views to his henchmen in occupied countries.
“The Slavs are to work for us,” he wrote. “In so far as we don’t need them, they may die. They may use contraception or practice abortion – the more the better. Education is dangerous. It is enough if they can count up to 100. Every educated person is a future enemy.” [William L. Shirer, The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich, p. 939; emphasis added].
Today, school systems across America report that most of the new border crossers now applying for free education this fall – regardless of age – cannot read or write. Many of them speak indigenous tribal languages, and can hardly speak Spanish, let alone English.
For Obama, this dearth of future enemies is all to the good. Moreover, as Dr. Thomas Sowell points out, immigrants bring their culture with them. All of these immigrants come from countries that are among the most corrupt in the world. What party do you think would make them feel most at home in the United States?
Sure – the easy answer to that is “the Democrats!” But that view ignores the stalwart support for amnesty and massive immigration from both the Republican Party establishment and a powerful phalanx of business lobbyists on Capitol Hill.
Alas, the desire for cheap, barely educated, and easily manipulated labor in this country is bipartisan.
A Bipartisan Ministry of Fear
There is a deeper reason. After 9/11, Dick Cheney led a campaign to convert our country’s domestic life into a state of siege. The so-called “War on Terror” would last to the generation of our grandchildren, he said; and it required the phenomenal growth of the domestic National Security State. According to Frontline, Cheney even kept the most sensitive (and possibly illegal) surveillance programs from George W. Bush, instead directing his own lawyer, David Addington, to store the records in his private safe.
Apparently, the president did not have any “need to know.”
All this was built on the climate of fear – and here, the Republicans would not be outdone. Bush’s 2004 presidential campaign was built not on a sense of trust, or community, or confidence, but on out and out fear. The “Two Minutes Fear” theme at the convention was right out of The Ministry of Truth. It can be viewed on Youtube here:
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