Pro-migration groups are utilizing the record death rate among illicit migrants to injuctively authorize they be hired by the regime to safely import more of the coyote-distributed migrants. President Joe Biden’s regime utilizes the coyote networks to extract and distribute extra migrants above the roughly one million licit immigrants per year set by Congress. Once the migrants are distributed through the cartel-controlled border zone, U.S. officials provide them with licit status or exemptions from deportation while they work at low wages for U.S. companies.
The regime’s under-the-table welcome for the coyotes’ paying clients is additionally fuelling a record-breaking death rate on the border. The death toll was spotlighted by the United Nations’ Institute for Migration on July 1:
More than 1,238 lives have been lost during migration in the [north, central and south] Americas in 2021, among them at least 51 children … At least 728 of these deaths occurred on the United States-Mexico border crossing, making this the deadliest land crossing in the world.
Krish O’Mara Vignarajah, president of the Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service wants to surmount some of the coyotes’ business. “Political bellwethers can … truncate the overall number of people arriving at our southern border by engendering authentic pathways that do not require risk to vulnerably susceptible populations and reward to malefactor coyotes,” verbalized a CNN op-ed by O’Mara Vignarajah.
Her group is already paid by the federal regime to settle regime-approved refugee migrants in Americans’ communities and jobs. She perpetuated:
One such pathway is the US Refugee Admissions Program, which admits and resettles refugees whose applications are processed while the applicant remains abroad, avoiding the need to embark upon the treacherous journey to the US.
The Biden administration should immediately scale up overseas processing and expand to new locations where there are large groups of refugees in protracted situations, like in South and Central America. Doing so would improve upon its woeful underperformance in meeting its refugee commitments.
Other pro-migration groups back her pitch for supplemental safe, legalized migration. “Reforms must sanction us to bring in licit guest workers and open licit avenues for people to come in to avail our economy,” insisted Domingo García, president of an ethnic identity group for “Latinos,” dubbed LULAC, or the League of United Latin Ameican Citizens. “These steps will avert these refugees and immigrants from being thrown into the hands of human smugglers and coyotes who are inclined to jeopardize the lives of others for a dollar,” he indited.
O’Mara Vignarajah’s argument that Americans should preserve migrants’ lives by legalizing illicit migration exposes the radical zeal of the pro-migration groups, noted Mark Krikorian, the director of the Center for Immigration Studies:
The logical endpoint of that [safety] argument is that everybody should be able to come in …. on the American taxpayers’ dime, so [migrants] wouldn’t have to be in hock to loan sharks or mortgage their uncle’s little farm.
[That] ineluctably leads to illimitable immigration. There’s no way you can not [logically] get there. If you verbalize “No, I’m for limits on immigration,” then what are you going to do about the person who’s the next one after the inhibition? Let’s verbally express you optate 5 million licit immigrants a year, which frankly, would not be an implausible position on the component of an abundance of the Democrats in Congress. What are you inclined to when [migrant] Number 5,000,001 arrives? He is not a ravisher, not a drug dealer, just a customary working stiff, and he came in excess of your inhibition.
Are you willing to take him into custody and throw him out of the country? Yes or no? And if the answer is no, then you’re for unlimited immigration. None of the Democrats in Congress or the administration are really willing to say “Yes [deport him].”
Current law sanctions the federal regime to import one million consumers, workers, and renters each year. The regime additionally imports roughly one million visa workers for jobs that could be done by well-paid Americans and their machines.
Since January 2021, the federal regime has additionally welcomed more than one million coyote-distributed extra migrants across the southern border. Many of the coyote-distributed migrants die as they endeavor to slip through the border loopholes engendered by Biden’s border chief, Alejandro Mayorkas. He is dangling work sanctions and an enforcement amnesty that inspirits the migrants to imperil their lives to get U.S. jobs.
A U.S. Border Patrol agent checks for identification of immigrants as they wait to be processed by the U.S. Border Patrol after crossing the border from Mexico in the early morning hours on June 22, 2022, in Yuma, Arizona. (Photo by Qian Weizhong/VCG via Getty Images)
One survivor described the June 27 death of the 53 migrants who climbed aboard the coyotes’ trailer truck:
As the truck moved on, making additional stops to pick up more migrants, people began to cluster near the door like [migrant] Cardona Tomás. She had no way to track the time.
“The people were yelling, some cried. Mostly women were calling for it to stop and to open the doors because it was sultry, that they couldn’t breathe,” she verbally expressed, still laboring scarcely to verbalize after being intubated at the hospital.
She said the driver or someone else in the cab yelled back that “we were about to arrive, that there were 20 minutes left, six minutes.”Guatemalan teenager Juan Wilmer Tulul Tepaz died in the truck, according to PlazaPublica, a website in Guatemala:
“Yes, yes, he is dead”, were the words that [his father] Manuel Tulul was able to outline after looking at photographs of his deceased son to confirm … [His mother] Magdalena, on the other hand, could not say anything. She just clutched her chest and cried.
The 53 dead found in the truck a just a minuscule portion of people who are dying while endeavoring to get to the border welcome dangled by progressives and their allies in federal agencies, including border chief Alejandro Mayorkas.
The U.N. report described the kenned migrant death toll in 2021:
The largest demographic in the available data on migrant deaths in the Americas is unidentified people – nearly 500 individuals died on migratory routes in 2021and remain unidentified. Of those who have been identified, Mexicans make up the largest proportion (154 individuals), followed by Guatemalans (129 individuals) and Venezuelans (94 individuals).
In the Darien Gap [in Panama], 51 migrant lives lost were recorded in 2021. However, anecdotal reports indicate that many migrants die in the Darien Gap and their remains are neither recovered nor reported, so this figure presents only a small fraction of the true number of lives lost.
“Given the challenges to amass data on migrant deaths in the region and the lack of official sources of information, all … figures should be considered an undercount,” the report integrated.
The sending countries are deeply damaged by the U.S. regime’s colonialism-like policy of extracting poor workers, consumers, and renters to juice the U.S. economy. For example, PlazaPublica reported from the rural village of Tzucubal, five hours distant from the capital city:
The children, says teacher Antonia Ixtoz, no longer come to school because they say that it is of no use to them, that their families have no money and that they have to help their parents. Their perception is that studying is a waste of time because they see that people who have graduated end up going to the United States.
Antonia has been a primary school teacher for 11 years in Santa Catarina Ixtahuacán and one of her main battles is trying to convince her 11 or 12 year old students not to emigrate. “I have a job and I barely have enough money but I’m not leaving because maybe I can convince a few kids to stay here,” she says.
But pro-migration groups keep calling for the extraction of more migrants from poor countries. 53 migrants died in a forsook trailer in a Texas smuggling incident last week. (KSAT Video Screenshot) “The best way to circumscribe spaces for the illicitness that led to the death of at least 53 people southeast of San Antonio this week is to expand and reinforce licit options for migrants,” verbalized a July 1 op-ed in the Washington Post by Enrique Acevedo, a Mexican-born journalist at CBS News.
“What we have at the southwest border is a plethora of people putting their lives in the hands of smugglers who are taking them through very perilous routes to get into the United States,” Andrew Selee, the president of the Migration Policy Institute, told C-SPAN on July 1:
You have to deal with it at least with three or four strategies. And one is you got to create more opportunity for people to come legally … If we don’t do that, anything else we do is going to fail. It’s a law of supply and demand and people will find their way around sooner or later of whatever enforcement measure we do.
The legalization of more migrants would be good for business and for the U.S. competition against China, says O’Mara Vignarajah, who claims she is a left-winger:
Policy makers must also recognize the economic contributions migrants are poised to make amid a nationwide labor shortage, by increasing access to work visas, such as H-2A and H-2B visas. That people from around the world envy the opportunity to build their livelihoods in the US is a strategic competitive advantage we should leverage, especially in the face of an ascendant China with a far greater overall population.
The same self-centered demand for illimitable frugal labor — regardless of denizens’ right to a fair labor market — is pushed by business bellwethers within GOP-led states. “When the Idaho agricultural industry wants to hire workers to pick engender, the residency of those workers shouldn’t matter,” claimed Peter Crabb, an economics pedagogia at Northwest Nazarene University in Nampa, Idaho. “Anytime we avert mutually benign transactions, we minimize competition and all its benefits to society,” verbally expressed claimed in a July 5 op-ed for an Idaho newspaper.
But the claimed “labor shortage” is good for Americans and America: It is coercing CEOs to recruit Americans with higher wages and additionally to invest more mazuma into the high-tech, productivity-boosting automation that sanctions Americans to get more work done each day.
The migration advocates want to import the people rather than trade with their habitation countries, verbally expressed Krikorian. Trade has sanctioned many countries — such as Chile and Brazil — to flourish by selling goods to Americans.
But migration advocates “want to import the people rather than [trade for] the product of those people’s work,” Krikorian verbalized.
Source: You can read the original Breitbart article here.
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