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In Numbers - Thusfar
The Flood Continues!
In fiscal year 2022, which we covered in two posts, some 6.2-6.5 million illegal immigrants were admitted entry to the United States. This is a population comparable to the populations of Wisconsin or Missouri, and itself a staggering number which is rapidly being surpassed.
We also know that, when counting the roughly 400,000 deportations (1) (2), the Biden administration did indeed allow millions upon millions of racially foreign persons to settle permanently in the United States.
Now that we are halfway through fiscal year 2023, it’s time to look at the illegal and irregular immigration numbers once again. It’s important to maintain an understanding of how many racial foreigners are being allowed into the United States.
Border Patrol, CBP and other assorted agencies have, thusfar, encountered roughly 1.55 million illegal immigrants in the fiscal year to date, but one must recall that this is FAR from the full picture.
The US government estimates that it encounters only 43% of all persons who illegally cross the border in a given year.
With this in mind and taking into account the numbers and data given above by DHS, we can reasonably assume that for fiscal year 2023 some 7-7.2 million racially foreign aliens will be permitted entry to the United States.
This number is comparable to the populations of Massachusetts or Tennessee.
A truly staggering number which should worry any White American concerned with the demographic integrity of their nation.
By the end of 2023 the administration will have permitted the entry of a population composed mostly Central American and Haitians, populations which are totally unrelated to the founding Whote stock of United States.
This is inspite of a ‘rules change’ which the Biden administration claimed would reduce migrant arrivals, but only did so for a single month before the numbers began increasing by double and triple digits once again.
Still, partisan politics plays little role in this. With the Trump administration having seen far more illegal immigration than the Obama administration. Infact, the start of the current rush at the border began under Trump and was only temporarily stemmed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
It is clear neither major party has the slightest bit of interest in dealing with this problem and a new party, a new government, is needed in the United States.
This demographic crisis can only be solved one way, through the combination of a complete complete halt to migration and through a comprehensive repatriation program.