The fork in America’s back

From the SF Chronicle:

The current migration of Mexicans and Central Americans to the United States is one of the largest diasporas in modern history, experts say.

Roughly 10 percent of Mexico’s population of about 107 million is now living in the United States, estimates show. About 15 percent of Mexico’s labor force is working in the United States. One in every 7 Mexican workers migrates to the United States.

That’s not immigration, that’s a migration. And if you believe that the USA is going to maintain its Christian, Anglo-Saxon political culture, or even the trappings of it that currently survive, you would do well to read up on the way in which other migrations have altered the cultures of their final destinations.

I find it bizarre that so few people yet recognize that this migration is intended to remove the vestiges of sovereign power from the American people. Even if one takes our political system at face value, it should be obvious that every immigrant granted citizenship represents the watering-down of every native citizen’s vote.

Perhaps by the time you are ruled by an unelected American Commission appointed by the legislatures of the USA, Mexico and Canada, you will understand. I won’t say that by then it will be too late, though, because it already is.

Nor will things stop with Mexico. The proposed merger between the New York Stock Exchange and Euronext will lay the groundwork for a global currency down the road. One market to rule them all, one currency to bind them, ein Geld, ein Welt, ein Reich.