January 17, 2018

Katie Hopkins: The truth about ‘sh*thole’ countries

Katie HopkinsHopkins World

Do you live in a sh*thole country?

After Trump started a global conversation on “sh*thole countries,” and Brietbart’s Raheem Kasseem announced that “London is turning into a sh*thole under Sadiqi Khan” – many of us felt a sense of relief.

Straight talk – like a blast of fresh air on a clammy bus.

Across Western Europe, huge numbers of people believe their own country is turning into exactly that, and are packing their bags.

When I asked for your stories, even in my noisy world, I was overwhelmed with your replies.

Some, like Steve, left Manchester ten years ago with his wife and young son to start a new life in Perth, Western Australia.

He left full of hope for a new life somewhere where citizenship was seen as a privilege not a right; something earned through hard work, good skills and a clean criminal record.

“I remember standing next to a young man from Vietnam who broke down in floods of tears on receiving his Citizenship Certificate,” he tells me.

“I held back my tears but I felt his pride, his relief, and his gratitude. This is what citizenship should feel like.”

”I had lived in the UK for twenty years and seen massive changes and not for the better. Benefit culture and Islamic migrants left their indelible mark on the place I used to call home. And I wanted something better for my son.”

The exodus from Western Europe to a better life is not limited to Australia.

Many spoke of a better life in Hong Kong where “they don’t stand for any nonsense,” or New Zealand “an idyllic place for a family.”

In nearly every case – it was a better life for their children that they were drawn to, and that Western Europe could no longer deliver.

Reading these truths reveals a clear pattern. Teb or 20 years ago, ambitious Brits left to go to Australia, New Zealand or America in pursuit of a better life elsewhere.

They had hope.

But those who have recently packed their bags talk only of escaping. They want to escape FROM Western Europe. They talk of the need to get away, of being forced out.

And the difference in tone is dramatic. In the place of a bright future and a sense of purpose, there is something far darker, bordering on despair.

They have fear.

Tellingly even those who migrated to the UK decades ago for a better life, now have no wish to remain.

A gentleman called Pasquale tells me, “We were both immigrants originally, moved to the UK at ages 7 and 2 respectively.”

“We loved our life here and consider England home and call ourselves British. But it’s now at the point where two things have changed that for me:

1) I feel like the fight is getting to the point where, honestly, I don’t want to be a part of it anymore. I’m happy with people disagreeing with me, but now having anything other than officially sanctioned opinions is a criminal offence.

2) I have young children. Do I want them growing up in a country like this? Do I want them to grow up under a Corbyn government? Do I want them to grow up in a country where boys are girls have to break their principles just to fit in?”

Pasquale articulates the views of so many others, who came to Britain hoping for a better life only to see the UK making the same mistakes they were trying to escape back home.

Maher Soliman is a Coptic Christian. He saw this coming.

“I emigrated to England when I was a young lad in my early 20s and I loved everything about it,” he says. “I was so proud to become a British citizen, it was the happiest day of my life.”

He adds wistfully:

“But when Britain accepted open borders, allowing unlimited number of Muslims immigrating into the country, I knew it would backfire. Having been born and raised under Islamic dictatorship, I knew what was about to happen. Their religion mandates that Muslims do not to assimilate but rather force the adopted country to assimilate to them or scream discrimination.”

Like so many others, Maher has felt forced out of Britain, and has moved to America to start again.

Clearly uprooting and starting all over again takes courage. How many of us can imagine leaving everything we know; our home, our family and friends, and the comforting familiarity of our routine– to start in a new country with a new language?

Julia and Jens know how hard it is. They are a Jewish family, originally from Germany, who took the opportunity of a Green card to emigrate to the US.

“This has been a harrowing journey starting from scratch again with two kids in tow; both my husband and I are 47 and 48 and it is not easy to start over at this point.”

She reflects on her decision to leave.

“It was summer 2016. We decided to pack up and leave. We belonged to a synagogue in Bonn, Germany, and my son’s Hebrew school teacher told me it was not always wise to tell people we are Jewish. He said it can be dangerous and it is better to keep quiet.”

”We were driven out by the rise of Antisemitism…The situation has changed very quickly for the Jews in Germany and is getting more and more dangerous every month.

"The question kept gnawing at me: why didn’t more Jews leave in the early 30s? Why did they wait so long? Was I reading the wrong signs now? Was I too oversensitive?

"Some Jews back then did see the signs and somehow managed to leave. And I was convinced that I was seeing the signs now.

"Leaving meant giving up everything we owned and taking our two children and immigrating. The risk was high, but the risk to stay seemed even higher.”

For this Jewish family in Germany, the risk of staying was just too great.

Other strangers repeat their truths, over and over. In 2016, another German lady, Sabrina, knew her time in her homeland was up too:

“I lived in a small German village of about 2000 Germans,” she explains.

“Almost overnight we received about 200 military-age Middle Eastern male refugees. The townspeople begged the German government to stop.”

But stop, the government didn’t. Sabrina saw the impact firsthand.

“It is changing the way of life for the German people. Gone are the days of feeling safe. Children no longer walk to school alone.

"My daughter and I could no longer walk the streets of our town without fear of being followed by refugees. A waitress was attacked and beaten at our local restaurant because it was closed and he demanded it be open. My daughter’s bus stop had to be changed because we were told by locals it was unsafe for us as women and girls to stand alone with refugees watching. My youngest daughter’s German kindergarten had a bomb threat, unheard of in Germany. Deep down people are scared.”

Sabrina fled to the States with her child.

Others feel trapped in Western Europe; by circumstance, or elderly parents – and have neither the freedom to leave nor freedom from the state of affairs in their country. Their stories are the bleakest of all.

Matt is a Brit whose story articulates the feelings of thousands of others.

“We’ve been swamped by migration in my town,” he tells me.

“It’s changed beyond all recognition and so quickly too. It’s hard to even find the words to describe it. Everything’s been turned upside down.”

He worries for his parents and the children in his family.

“It’s seeing my elderly parents – 83 and 78 – try to come to terms with it that really hurts. They are both good people and worked all their lives. Now they are frightened to go out and surrounded by foreign strangers… and I watch my young nephew struggle in his 70 per cent ‘minority’ first school… English is the third language.”

Like so many others, Matt feels helpless:

“I do all I can but what really can we do? Our hands are tied. Our speech is suppressed. We can’t move. Can’t afford to, even though we all work. I wish we were allowed to fight for our land. Truly breaks my heart to watch our country die.”

There is a strong sense that instead of fighting for what we had, we have to endure its managed decline.

Others seemed resigned to their fate; their ultimate escape a final one:

“I am 75 now,” one reader tells me, “and am only grateful I will not live to see the suffering of those left to watch my country fall.”

It makes me want to weep for Western Europe.

There is hope still. Many have shared the joy and delight at their exodus from West to East – to Hungary, to Poland, and the Czech Republic. Some say Eastern Europe is the only place they feel truly safe. These people have the same hope that I heard from Steve, recounting his journey to Australia, so many years before.

You know, I hear the furor in Africa and Haiti, from locals and leaders screaming for an apology from Trump for his “racist” slur on their “sh*thole countries.” But I think it is the quiet worries of ordinary people that are so much more powerful and deserve to be heard.

In the noise and the melee, we are missing an uncomfortable truth. Because we endlessly welcome everyone from sh*thole countries, that is exactly what we have become.

White flight is growing apace. And much of Western Europe is made up of sh*thole countries European nationals no longer want to call home.

 

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commented 2018-01-19 19:51:18 -0500
My friend came from France in the 80s. 20 years ago he told me it wouldn’t be France much longer. If any politicians opened a history book they would know that the Middle East was once a vibrant, Christian society. The Turks turned it into a shithole
commented 2018-01-19 18:30:13 -0500
It’s already started here folks. I’ve had family serve in the military proudly in the middle east. A good friend’s son came home on the Highway Of Heroes. Our P.M. is now wanting to pamper Canadians(???) as they return “home” only they fought for the other side. They should all be thrown in jail for treason and hung or shot (a jail term won’t solve anything with these scumbags). What a F>>>>>G \SH>>>>>E Trudy bin Laden is, and everyone who still has trust in him. It’s time for true Patriot Canadians to stand up and make some noise or we WILL end up like western Europe(that our past veterans fought and died for).
commented 2018-01-19 17:30:12 -0500
Great debut! Doesn’t hold back giving voice to ordinary people. Noteworthy how many feel compelled to leave in the the hope of giving their children a better future.
commented 2018-01-18 18:24:03 -0500
Katie tells it like it is. Rock On!
commented 2018-01-18 07:14:37 -0500
Your NWO globalist puppet leaders want it to get worse; refugees = tools.

Refugees and illegal aliens are the globalist’s tool to create the needed threat for their excuse to censor speech, gun confiscations, limit our freedoms and rights and expand the Federal/UN police state. Strategy for eliminating the 2nd Amendment in the USA and limiting the 1st and 4th (just to get things started).

“Perhaps globalists are using the threat of Islam to consolidate their power through new police freedoms that limit their citizens’ powers.”

http://www.puppetstringnews.com/blog/false-flag-alert-macron-wants-to-put-france-in-permanent-state-of-emergency

Just like attempted ‘global warming world tax’, global ‘wealth’ tax, global laws and global regulation to destroy our national sovereignty and have unelected foreign bureaucrats make our laws, get control and funding for their own power base. It has NOTHING to do with ‘peace’ or climate.

The NWO globalist elites sure have their massive armies of shills and useful idiot leftists ….

“The chaos of bloody street clashes between displaced Muslims and Americans/Europeans could achieve yet other Illuminati goals, including imposition of domestic martial law and suspension of remaining freedoms.”

The Agenda behind the Refugee Crisis | James Perloff

https://jamesperloff.com/2015/10/03/the-agenda-behind
Oct 3, 2015 … … by the rash of violence and fires in 2005 that French police couldn’t contain. … “ Divide and conquer,” of course, is a stock-in-trade tactic of the NWO. … The current immigration crisis was created by the West. … We bombed Libya into utter chaos …
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How to create masses of refugees; bomb the shit out their country’s infrastructure forcing them out (young male Muslims only, no Christians), then ship them as required to be used as tools.

UN slams airstrike on water treatment facility in Syria’s Aleppo
https://youtu.be/s9EEYtfCPpk
Will that create more refugees? … yep, that’s the plan. Then Putin will be blamed for the consequences.
14.02.2016
Evidence Shows US Helping ISIL to Survive in Iraq
by Mario Andrijasevic exclusively for SouthFront
“Under the pretext of fighting the Takfiri terrorist group the US and its allies airdrop weapons and food for the ISIL terrorists”
commented 2018-01-18 01:35:20 -0500
Yes i do , and only Kenny may save the province i live in, but i have my doubts as our dictator PM will pull some communist type move to get rid of him.
commented 2018-01-17 20:11:58 -0500
Canada is rapidly becoming a scat hole. The state broadcaster CBC is a scat hole, Global is also scat hole watched every day by people with scat for brains, for the most part.
commented 2018-01-17 20:11:58 -0500
Canada is rapidly becoming a scat hole. The state broadcaster CBC is a scat hole, Global is also scat hole watched every day by people with scat for brains, for the most part.
commented 2018-01-17 20:11:57 -0500
Canada is rapidly becoming a scat hole. The state broadcaster CBC is a scat hole, Global is also scat hole watched every day by people with scat for brains, for the most part.
commented 2018-01-17 20:11:55 -0500
Canada is rapidly becoming a scat hole. The state broadcaster CBC is a scat hole, Global is also scat hole watched every day by people with scat for brains, for the most part.
commented 2018-01-17 20:10:33 -0500
Canada is rapidly becoming a scat hole. The state broadcaster CBC is a scat hole, Global is also scat hole watched every day by people with scat for brains, for the most part.
commented 2018-01-17 20:10:10 -0500
Canada is rapidly becoming a scat hole. The state broadcaster CBC is a scat hole, Global is also scat hole watched every day by people with scat for brains, for the most part.
commented 2018-01-17 20:10:10 -0500
Canada is rapidly becoming a scat hole. The state broadcaster CBC is a scat hole, Global is also scat hole watched every day by people with scat for brains, for the most part.
commented 2018-01-17 18:45:20 -0500
Liza, holy the shit go high enough to hit the fan overthere
commented 2018-01-17 18:10:06 -0500
Is this a shithole? Anybody out there live in Peel? It looks like America’s Minnesota, or the UK’s Lutton.
https://www.salatomatic.com/sub/84yXtrIK0n
Peel County Ontario, Canada
65 Mosques
75+ prayer spaces
20 schools
334 resturants
65 markets
commented 2018-01-17 14:04:53 -0500
Answer to Katie’s1st question: Yes I live in a shit hole country, It is so much of a shit hole over here that shit actually goes uphill, all the way to the top. The shittiest governments one can ask for voted in by the shittiest voters. It’s so shitty that even the cons have gone for shit so they aren’t gonna save this shit hole either.
commented 2018-01-17 13:18:17 -0500
Jason don’t be deterred because of the glitch . It is something which is in someone’s control but for some reason has not been successfully fixed. We all hope we won’t have to live with multiple postings of comments for much longer.

To single post, hit the save button at bottom then got to top of page and hit the refresh button. Your comment will show up once.
commented 2018-01-17 12:57:29 -0500
It’s been like this for decades here in the USA, I’m a software developer living in AZ, homeless, I don’t do drugs, I know 7 languages and have spent 3 years living in a tunnel. Why well number one reason is illigal immigrants. I come from Tucson 60 miles north of the Mexican border my city has a official pop of 370k it’s closer to 800k but illigals aren’t counted. 70% of food establishments serve tacos or some Mexican dish all claiming to be real Mexico City food. Yes I’m gonna get sick like Mexico food eventually you get used to it. But I digress the real reason there’s so many homeless in America is because these illigals raise the price of rent cause they don’t have the same standard of living as americans and when more ppl occupy the same house rent gets split so it’s easier to pay and simply more of them cohabitate homes, not to mention they get hired for cheap labor, this sends signals the economy is doing well therefore politicians give more benifets to the needy, which ironically enough is the same immigrants who work under the table, this gives them surplus to send back to their family at home strengthening that countries economy. I’ve been at food stamps office where bmws pull up and a bunch of non English speakers get out and hop in line definately not poor judging by the gold in their ears, yet ive never owned gold and I’m 40. In the past few years those coming from Mexico’s attitude has dramatically changed, its no longer your brown buddy who came here to be part of the union, it’s be dominated by our culture you racist white male, what about my culture, apparantly it’s worthless. Every job apply for is someone from India trying to recruit me, they never hire me tho, this is the reason I think Calif is a sanctuary state, big business has too much to lose if the law of the land is enforced, all those h1b1 visas are about to expire, and these wealthy politicians want to ensure dictatiorial powr. I just am tired of living this way, wish someone would hire me!!!
commented 2018-01-17 12:57:29 -0500
It’s been like this for decades here in the USA, I’m a software developer living in AZ, homeless, I don’t do drugs, I know 7 languages and have spent 3 years living in a tunnel. Why well number one reason is illigal immigrants. I come from Tucson 60 miles north of the Mexican border my city has a official pop of 370k it’s closer to 800k but illigals aren’t counted. 70% of food establishments serve tacos or some Mexican dish all claiming to be real Mexico City food. Yes I’m gonna get sick like Mexico food eventually you get used to it. But I digress the real reason there’s so many homeless in America is because these illigals raise the price of rent cause they don’t have the same standard of living as americans and when more ppl occupy the same house rent gets split so it’s easier to pay and simply more of them cohabitate homes, not to mention they get hired for cheap labor, this sends signals the economy is doing well therefore politicians give more benifets to the needy, which ironically enough is the same immigrants who work under the table, this gives them surplus to send back to their family at home strengthening that countries economy. I’ve been at food stamps office where bmws pull up and a bunch of non English speakers get out and hop in line definately not poor judging by the gold in their ears, yet ive never owned gold and I’m 40. In the past few years those coming from Mexico’s attitude has dramatically changed, its no longer your brown buddy who came here to be part of the union, it’s be dominated by our culture you racist white male, what about my culture, apparantly it’s worthless. Every job apply for is someone from India trying to recruit me, they never hire me tho, this is the reason I think Calif is a sanctuary state, big business has too much to lose if the law of the land is enforced, all those h1b1 visas are about to expire, and these wealthy politicians want to ensure dictatiorial powr. I just am tired of living this way, wish someone would hire me!!!
commented 2018-01-17 12:57:29 -0500
It’s been like this for decades here in the USA, I’m a software developer living in AZ, homeless, I don’t do drugs, I know 7 languages and have spent 3 years living in a tunnel. Why well number one reason is illigal immigrants. I come from Tucson 60 miles north of the Mexican border my city has a official pop of 370k it’s closer to 800k but illigals aren’t counted. 70% of food establishments serve tacos or some Mexican dish all claiming to be real Mexico City food. Yes I’m gonna get sick like Mexico food eventually you get used to it. But I digress the real reason there’s so many homeless in America is because these illigals raise the price of rent cause they don’t have the same standard of living as americans and when more ppl occupy the same house rent gets split so it’s easier to pay and simply more of them cohabitate homes, not to mention they get hired for cheap labor, this sends signals the economy is doing well therefore politicians give more benifets to the needy, which ironically enough is the same immigrants who work under the table, this gives them surplus to send back to their family at home strengthening that countries economy. I’ve been at food stamps office where bmws pull up and a bunch of non English speakers get out and hop in line definately not poor judging by the gold in their ears, yet ive never owned gold and I’m 40. In the past few years those coming from Mexico’s attitude has dramatically changed, its no longer your brown buddy who came here to be part of the union, it’s be dominated by our culture you racist white male, what about my culture, apparantly it’s worthless. Every job apply for is someone from India trying to recruit me, they never hire me tho, this is the reason I think Calif is a sanctuary state, big business has too much to lose if the law of the land is enforced, all those h1b1 visas are about to expire, and these wealthy politicians want to ensure dictatiorial powr. I just am tired of living this way, wish someone would hire me!!!
commented 2018-01-17 12:57:29 -0500
It’s been like this for decades here in the USA, I’m a software developer living in AZ, homeless, I don’t do drugs, I know 7 languages and have spent 3 years living in a tunnel. Why well number one reason is illigal immigrants. I come from Tucson 60 miles north of the Mexican border my city has a official pop of 370k it’s closer to 800k but illigals aren’t counted. 70% of food establishments serve tacos or some Mexican dish all claiming to be real Mexico City food. Yes I’m gonna get sick like Mexico food eventually you get used to it. But I digress the real reason there’s so many homeless in America is because these illigals raise the price of rent cause they don’t have the same standard of living as americans and when more ppl occupy the same house rent gets split so it’s easier to pay and simply more of them cohabitate homes, not to mention they get hired for cheap labor, this sends signals the economy is doing well therefore politicians give more benifets to the needy, which ironically enough is the same immigrants who work under the table, this gives them surplus to send back to their family at home strengthening that countries economy. I’ve been at food stamps office where bmws pull up and a bunch of non English speakers get out and hop in line definately not poor judging by the gold in their ears, yet ive never owned gold and I’m 40. In the past few years those coming from Mexico’s attitude has dramatically changed, its no longer your brown buddy who came here to be part of the union, it’s be dominated by our culture you racist white male, what about my culture, apparantly it’s worthless. Every job apply for is someone from India trying to recruit me, they never hire me tho, this is the reason I think Calif is a sanctuary state, big business has too much to lose if the law of the land is enforced, all those h1b1 visas are about to expire, and these wealthy politicians want to ensure dictatiorial powr. I just am tired of living this way, wish someone would hire me!!!
commented 2018-01-17 12:57:29 -0500
It’s been like this for decades here in the USA, I’m a software developer living in AZ, homeless, I don’t do drugs, I know 7 languages and have spent 3 years living in a tunnel. Why well number one reason is illigal immigrants. I come from Tucson 60 miles north of the Mexican border my city has a official pop of 370k it’s closer to 800k but illigals aren’t counted. 70% of food establishments serve tacos or some Mexican dish all claiming to be real Mexico City food. Yes I’m gonna get sick like Mexico food eventually you get used to it. But I digress the real reason there’s so many homeless in America is because these illigals raise the price of rent cause they don’t have the same standard of living as americans and when more ppl occupy the same house rent gets split so it’s easier to pay and simply more of them cohabitate homes, not to mention they get hired for cheap labor, this sends signals the economy is doing well therefore politicians give more benifets to the needy, which ironically enough is the same immigrants who work under the table, this gives them surplus to send back to their family at home strengthening that countries economy. I’ve been at food stamps office where bmws pull up and a bunch of non English speakers get out and hop in line definately not poor judging by the gold in their ears, yet ive never owned gold and I’m 40. In the past few years those coming from Mexico’s attitude has dramatically changed, its no longer your brown buddy who came here to be part of the union, it’s be dominated by our culture you racist white male, what about my culture, apparantly it’s worthless. Every job apply for is someone from India trying to recruit me, they never hire me tho, this is the reason I think Calif is a sanctuary state, big business has too much to lose if the law of the land is enforced, all those h1b1 visas are about to expire, and these wealthy politicians want to ensure dictatiorial powr. I just am tired of living this way, wish someone would hire me!!!
commented 2018-01-17 12:57:29 -0500
It’s been like this for decades here in the USA, I’m a software developer living in AZ, homeless, I don’t do drugs, I know 7 languages and have spent 3 years living in a tunnel. Why well number one reason is illigal immigrants. I come from Tucson 60 miles north of the Mexican border my city has a official pop of 370k it’s closer to 800k but illigals aren’t counted. 70% of food establishments serve tacos or some Mexican dish all claiming to be real Mexico City food. Yes I’m gonna get sick like Mexico food eventually you get used to it. But I digress the real reason there’s so many homeless in America is because these illigals raise the price of rent cause they don’t have the same standard of living as americans and when more ppl occupy the same house rent gets split so it’s easier to pay and simply more of them cohabitate homes, not to mention they get hired for cheap labor, this sends signals the economy is doing well therefore politicians give more benifets to the needy, which ironically enough is the same immigrants who work under the table, this gives them surplus to send back to their family at home strengthening that countries economy. I’ve been at food stamps office where bmws pull up and a bunch of non English speakers get out and hop in line definately not poor judging by the gold in their ears, yet ive never owned gold and I’m 40. In the past few years those coming from Mexico’s attitude has dramatically changed, its no longer your brown buddy who came here to be part of the union, it’s be dominated by our culture you racist white male, what about my culture, apparantly it’s worthless. Every job apply for is someone from India trying to recruit me, they never hire me tho, this is the reason I think Calif is a sanctuary state, big business has too much to lose if the law of the land is enforced, all those h1b1 visas are about to expire, and these wealthy politicians want to ensure dictatiorial powr. I just am tired of living this way, wish someone would hire me!!!
commented 2018-01-17 12:57:28 -0500
It’s been like this for decades here in the USA, I’m a software developer living in AZ, homeless, I don’t do drugs, I know 7 languages and have spent 3 years living in a tunnel. Why well number one reason is illigal immigrants. I come from Tucson 60 miles north of the Mexican border my city has a official pop of 370k it’s closer to 800k but illigals aren’t counted. 70% of food establishments serve tacos or some Mexican dish all claiming to be real Mexico City food. Yes I’m gonna get sick like Mexico food eventually you get used to it. But I digress the real reason there’s so many homeless in America is because these illigals raise the price of rent cause they don’t have the same standard of living as americans and when more ppl occupy the same house rent gets split so it’s easier to pay and simply more of them cohabitate homes, not to mention they get hired for cheap labor, this sends signals the economy is doing well therefore politicians give more benifets to the needy, which ironically enough is the same immigrants who work under the table, this gives them surplus to send back to their family at home strengthening that countries economy. I’ve been at food stamps office where bmws pull up and a bunch of non English speakers get out and hop in line definately not poor judging by the gold in their ears, yet ive never owned gold and I’m 40. In the past few years those coming from Mexico’s attitude has dramatically changed, its no longer your brown buddy who came here to be part of the union, it’s be dominated by our culture you racist white male, what about my culture, apparantly it’s worthless. Every job apply for is someone from India trying to recruit me, they never hire me tho, this is the reason I think Calif is a sanctuary state, big business has too much to lose if the law of the land is enforced, all those h1b1 visas are about to expire, and these wealthy politicians want to ensure dictatiorial powr. I just am tired of living this way, wish someone would hire me!!!
commented 2018-01-17 12:57:28 -0500
It’s been like this for decades here in the USA, I’m a software developer living in AZ, homeless, I don’t do drugs, I know 7 languages and have spent 3 years living in a tunnel. Why well number one reason is illigal immigrants. I come from Tucson 60 miles north of the Mexican border my city has a official pop of 370k it’s closer to 800k but illigals aren’t counted. 70% of food establishments serve tacos or some Mexican dish all claiming to be real Mexico City food. Yes I’m gonna get sick like Mexico food eventually you get used to it. But I digress the real reason there’s so many homeless in America is because these illigals raise the price of rent cause they don’t have the same standard of living as americans and when more ppl occupy the same house rent gets split so it’s easier to pay and simply more of them cohabitate homes, not to mention they get hired for cheap labor, this sends signals the economy is doing well therefore politicians give more benifets to the needy, which ironically enough is the same immigrants who work under the table, this gives them surplus to send back to their family at home strengthening that countries economy. I’ve been at food stamps office where bmws pull up and a bunch of non English speakers get out and hop in line definately not poor judging by the gold in their ears, yet ive never owned gold and I’m 40. In the past few years those coming from Mexico’s attitude has dramatically changed, its no longer your brown buddy who came here to be part of the union, it’s be dominated by our culture you racist white male, what about my culture, apparantly it’s worthless. Every job apply for is someone from India trying to recruit me, they never hire me tho, this is the reason I think Calif is a sanctuary state, big business has too much to lose if the law of the land is enforced, all those h1b1 visas are about to expire, and these wealthy politicians want to ensure dictatiorial powr. I just am tired of living this way, wish someone would hire me!!!
commented 2018-01-17 12:57:27 -0500
It’s been like this for decades here in the USA, I’m a software developer living in AZ, homeless, I don’t do drugs, I know 7 languages and have spent 3 years living in a tunnel. Why well number one reason is illigal immigrants. I come from Tucson 60 miles north of the Mexican border my city has a official pop of 370k it’s closer to 800k but illigals aren’t counted. 70% of food establishments serve tacos or some Mexican dish all claiming to be real Mexico City food. Yes I’m gonna get sick like Mexico food eventually you get used to it. But I digress the real reason there’s so many homeless in America is because these illigals raise the price of rent cause they don’t have the same standard of living as americans and when more ppl occupy the same house rent gets split so it’s easier to pay and simply more of them cohabitate homes, not to mention they get hired for cheap labor, this sends signals the economy is doing well therefore politicians give more benifets to the needy, which ironically enough is the same immigrants who work under the table, this gives them surplus to send back to their family at home strengthening that countries economy. I’ve been at food stamps office where bmws pull up and a bunch of non English speakers get out and hop in line definately not poor judging by the gold in their ears, yet ive never owned gold and I’m 40. In the past few years those coming from Mexico’s attitude has dramatically changed, its no longer your brown buddy who came here to be part of the union, it’s be dominated by our culture you racist white male, what about my culture, apparantly it’s worthless. Every job apply for is someone from India trying to recruit me, they never hire me tho, this is the reason I think Calif is a sanctuary state, big business has too much to lose if the law of the land is enforced, all those h1b1 visas are about to expire, and these wealthy politicians want to ensure dictatiorial powr. I just am tired of living this way, wish someone would hire me!!!