Wednesday, May 24, 2017

A Geopolitical-Immigration Bullet to Watch

The entire world is allowed to view the endgame that is wrapping up in Venezuela. The mainstream legacy media is even covering the pain in Venezuela. Online socialists are pulling out the 'it wasn't real socialism' line, but their Internet history of statement after statement praising Chavez's communism is there for all to see. Normal conservatives see the failure of Venezuela and can use it as the anti-Left ammunition that it is. Both are avoiding a coming push and the bullet we dodged by not having President Hillary. The Venezuelan refugee crisis will hit.

Venezuelans are starving, have been starving and will continue to starve. The Chavez government took guns from the people, and now that they have failed and people are fighting back, the guns are given to socialist squads to suppress rioters. The heir to Chavez, Maduro, may continue in power albeit with more transparent political processes. There may be a civil war of sorts. There may be a military government that forms and is aligned with DC. It looks ugly now and will continue to for the near future.

This will create a humanitarian crisis. It is already at that stage, but it will become worse and the international community will want to intervene. Once the power conflict is resolved, the demands for intervention for feeding the people will be heard. Along with those calls, will be calls to take in refugees. America has been doing so for years now, and recently even put legislation forward to grant them permanent residence. Those refugees were middle and upper middle class that could hop over to south Florida and wait out the bad times.

Now picture a President Clinton in office with the current state of Venezuela. The legislation for the older refugees already has bipartisan support. All she would need is to squeeze some GOPe types, and boom, we'd have a bipartisan approach to taking in poor, hungry Venezuelans. This would have been a nightmare and become a legal means to funnel all of central America into the Untied States. Florida is already becoming a dumping ground for Puerto Rico, so by the time President Clinton would be done, it'd be a weird mash of white, black and every single nation of Latin America in Florida.

Thankfully, we do not have a President Clinton. Still, the potential argument and issue is there. We must say no. If private individuals and groups, want to send food, send supplies, and send medicine, fine, but not a single Venezuelan should come to our shores. Let the Venezuelans sort it out. Venezuela is a far more likely future for America than simply Mexico or South Africa. While the conservakin and normiecons do not see the edge like we do, allow them to use Venezuela as a harbinger of things to come provided we stay on our left flowing current.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

I've never thought formal socialism will come to America. More likely it will be more of the same... debt enslaved lower and middle classes, wealth funnelled to the upper classes. The ""elites"" have figured out this is how you install defacto socialism while getting the duped masses to view it as freedom.

The brown newcomers have always loved socialist strongmen, but their votes and activism will continue to be successfully funneled to the right "neoliberal" Democrats, not the Bernies. Because thats where the money is for the ""elites"" Remember, Bernie got his new house not from his socialist revolution, but from endorsing Hillary.

Anonymous said...

It's not only the United States that has to worry about the collapse of Venezuela.

Pedro Pablo Kuczynski, the Soros-approved and linked President of Peru, has already introduced a decree granting Venezuelans a "a Temporary Permit of Permanence". Here is what Wikipedia has to say:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bolivarian_diaspora

"President of Peru, Pedro Pablo Kuczynski introduced Supreme Decree Nº 002-2017-IN, granting Venezuelan nationals in Peru a Temporary Permit of Permanence (PTP), with the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights applauding the decree and encouraged other Latin American countries to adopt similar measures to assist Venezuelans. Venezuelan Union in Peru, a non-governmental organization, announced that they would present President Kuczynski's actions to the Norwegian Nobel Committee and nominate him for the Nobel Peace Prize, stating: “[W]hile other countries build walls, in Peru, bridges are built to bring citizens closer and protect their most elementary fundamental rights, so with overwhelming hope we will present this nomination of President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski, not only in search of this award, but also to place in the international debate the abuses of which Latin American migrants are victims in some parts of the world.

In Brazil, which is already suffering from increasing Venezuelan refugees arriving at its northern towns, Congress recently approved a new immigration law granting amnesty to undocumented immigrants and easening the process of immigration in the future, Brazil may not look like a attractive country, specially now that the country is in crisis, but they still come, specially from Haiti and Senegal.

http://riotimesonline.com/brazil-news/rio-politics/brazils-senate-approves-new-immigration-law/

Unsurprisingly, the law was written and promoted by Soros-funded NGOs.

Alexandros HoMegas said...

The most likely case for Venezuela is a Soros-approved regime change with Liberal/Neoliberal overtones like we're seeing in France and some Latin-American countries.