Doing the jobs Americans won’t do

Including, it would appear, border patrol:

Gunmen from a drug cartel appear to have massacred 72 migrants from Central and South America who were on their way to the U.S., a grisly event that marks the single biggest killing in Mexico’s war on organized crime.

For thousands of years, invaders have been repelled with lethal force. Now the US government expects the American people to believe that there is nothing that can be done to prevent literal millions from invading the southern border. This isn’t “immigration”, it is a plain and simple migration and if history has taught us anything, it is that a nation that refuses to defend itself from migration will cease to exist. Migrations almost always end in a great deal of violence and territorial partition, so there will almost certainly be more of this sort of thing in the future. Note that if the US had controlled immigration along the southern border and limited it to a small and digestible number, the murdered migrants would probably never have left their home countries and would be alive today. Their blood is metaphorically on the hands of the open borders crowd.

Yet mainstream media will shed copious tears over the dead migrants that they didn’t cry over all the Germans slain in the process of pursuing their dreams of a new life and new opportunities in France and Russia. The most interesting aspect of the story, however, is only tangentially related to migration. It is assumed that the massacre was committed by the Zetas, an unusually violent organization which was “initially formed by Mexican army forces who defected to the other side.”