US Detention Facilities: Call For ShutDown By Democrat DoGooders

The new new is a call for all Detention facilities to shut down.   Close the camps.   The camps were initiated under the Clinton administration in 1996 as a means of capitalizing on and leveraging a situation so as to create a pool of money.   The number of illegal immigrants needing housing immediately quadrupled from 8,000 to 30,000.   And amidst that pool, money was made. But now that same Democrat catastrophic decision is no longer popular and the money is a yawn. So a new and improved scheme to better take advantage of the growing migration problem has evolved from within the Democrat camp.

It assures a new means of capitalizing on the $$$$$ while assuring a continuous flow of children that will simply – poof – disappear.

Vox, a thoroughly Liberal, Socialist outlet has provided what they claim to be the solution to Detention Centers:   1)   release immigrants with community supervision that will be done at the behest of nonprofit NGO’s, like, ummm, Open Society, who will act as an intermediary to help them find housing, food, legal aid, and transportation.   This NGO will contract, for a hefty fee, with the Federal government to provide such services.   2)   release all the immigrants with an ankle bracelet that will be monitored by an NGO and assigned an NGO ‘caseworker’.

Basically, given the Detention Centers have met their demise financially, the NGO’s have parlayed that demise into a new and improved way to create a new industry financed by US Taxpayers.

And it sounds so clean!

But it is so dirty.

The only obvious contradiction to this solution would be to simply close the border. Then we wouldn’t need any detention centers…

But then the chain of money would dry up.   And milking the taxpayers for the solution would once again find its communist – sigh – agenda.   It is the same agenda that has been used for centuries wherein a catastrophe is created and a solution is levied that drains – not The Swamp – but the flora, Taxpayers.

Within the crisis of a dummy-downed education parlance, a university status that rivals 5th grade academics, and a slew of toxins injected into a person’s bloodstream that harvests a lead poisoning brain deadening, The Swamp continues to advocate for a new and improved Capitalist venture scheme to make the 1% more money while pretending, aka Hollywood, that it is a humanitarian effort.

Phew!

So who will be the new politizi to advocate this humanitarian release of infinite illegals? What happens when five years from now they are called to the plate for not releasing any statistical data?   Who reaps the rewards?

Rest assured it is not the poor migrant.

Rest assured that while migrants have been a mainstay in the US, they came for wholly different reasons, holding to staunch ethics, believing in morays and nationalism.   The boogey word.

Immigrants ‘pledged allegiance’. What does that mean? It means ‘nationalism’. Not to a democrat party, but to a united belief system incorporated in the United States.   But the Puppets would seem to no longer understand that concept and have pledged their allegiance to that which promotes their $$$$wealth and !!!!Power.

C’est tout.

Vox goes on to state that those migrants who are gang infiltrated, drugees, murderers, can simply ask for protection and claim that they were forced to commit innumerable murders of women and children in the name of refugee something or other. And we should embrace them with hugs.

And while this sounds insanely stupid to most literate people, I have known a number of ‘educated liberals’ who advocate that we just need to give ISIS members hugs and kisses and they will love us back… Really.

In reality, if we eliminate the Detention Centers created by Bill Clinton, we have one choice; close down the border completely.   Eliminate all trade with Mexico.

If we were to complete this agenda, Democrats would call us inhumane for not supporting the creation of warlord NGO’s who would take the place of the warlord Detention Centers, shift their profits from one regime to another, and continue the lawless confiscation of taxpayer dollars.

But then – that is – the AGENDA.

US Education: A Broke Back Mountain

When one thinks the daft couldn’t get more daft, one might be rather daft….   In light of the tee-shirt slogan worn by a majority of college liberals which states “I don’t have time for hate, racism, misogyny, albeism, homophobia, Islamophobia, transphobia, bigoty” – segregation is required.   (Full disclosure I had to look up albeism).

As a result of their intolerance of the intolerable, and the need to have safe spaces, students now require segregated graduation ceremonies and segregated dormitories based on ethnicity, religion, identity, race, etc..

And a full 72% of colleges are apparently willing to comply.

It will be interesting to see how this lavishly daft intolerance survives in the work environment when these self obsessed students can’t whine and cry and demand the world conform to their ‘safe place’.

With titles such as Lavender Commencement, Gesta Latina Commencement, American Indian Indigenous Commencement, Don the Kente, etc… Virginia Tech boasts 10 different diversity ceremonies which are technically illegal under Discrimination laws.

Within this vein, Georgetown students have voted to increase tuition in order to create a pool of money to pay for ‘reparations’. The catch? The increased tuition is for ‘future students’, not them. And the extent of this generation of selfish self-consumed whiners is not just a product of a failed education system, but of a failed parent system.

Who is minding the children?

Over the last two decades, the number of children in full time daycare under the age of 5 hovers at 86%.   Four and under is 66%.   Daycare employee qualifications vary by state although most require a high school diploma or equivalent. The average entry pay is $10.50 per hour. In Washington DC a parent can expect to pay $36,000 per year per child for daycare. On the low end, in Mississippi, daycare runs about $8,000 per year per child.

For a family of four including 2 children, daycare can run from $16,000 to $72,000 annually or a mean of $44,000. That would be breakeven. With a mean salary in the US at $43,000 per year, there obviously comes a point where daycare is simply ludicrous. Aside from the financial cost is the social cost. The generation raised by an institution is coming of age. Their morality, ethics, values, and virtues have been impregnated by strangers who come and go within these institutions, and we are now witnessing the end product.

After paying a mean cost for daycare for 12 years – a total of $528,000, parents haven’t the funds to pay for college.   In 2009 when Obama reigned, student loan debt was $675 billion, today it has risen to $1.465 trillion representing 44 million borrowers, 10% of whom are 90 days past due. The debt has become so untenable that suicide is contemplated as the answer.

It has been likened to the concept of Socialism for the wealthy and Capitalism for the middle class and poor.   In other words, the next generation will wholly squeeze out all but the wealthy for a college education.  And there is no solution…

As we have recently been made aware, wealthy does not align with intellect. Bribes would seem to be the mainstream means of attaining a degree for the party lovers whose parents indulge the system. As such, some pundits point to Germany as a prime example of how an education system should work – free.

But of course, that isn’t the entire story.

When reviewing the percentage of college graduate rates around the world, Germany does not even make the top ten.   Canada is number one, Japan, Israel, Korea, UK, US, Australia, Finland, Norway, then Luxembourg rank highest in that order   All these countries are subject to a college cost, although it is somewhat lower than the US.

In Denmark where college is free, and a $1000 per month living stipend is available, they have found that students take advantage of the system and spend 6 years completing a 4 year degree because – well – it is free!   In addition, only 12% of the population actually attained a bachelor’s degree or higher, while 14% attained a technical or vocational degree, far below the graduation rate in the US which is roughly 48%.

Obviously, free is not the answer.

Pensions. In Canada, teachers pay 11.5% into their pension plan. In the US it is as low as 2% for a lifetime benefit.   The average teacher pension in Canada is $49,000, while the average teacher pension in the US is now $75,000.   That translates to reveal that a teacher’s average pension is 74% higher than the average salary.   In addition, teachers in 35 states also collect Social Security benefits. In Israel, the average pension for all retirees is roughly $33,000 per year.  The discrepancy is huge!

In essence, the pension system, the US labor unions, are the crux of the education cost problem given the average lifetime for receipt of a pension far exceeds the value of those dollars invested causing the cost of tuition to continually spiral.

The education system begins at the beginning – daycare.

As the cost of daycare continues to implode, the crisis of working parents scrambling to meet the cost while relegating their children to be raised by institutional high schoolers, is a cruel alternative. Free child care is hardly the answer. It will simply become a free-loaders babysitter, and a service that is already indoctrinating your children, will become the Communist agenda.

Retraining parents to have a sense of worth in raising their own children, in having a physical and emotional hand and foot in their elementary education will ultimately curb the cost of social daftness.  Overhauling the entire government pension system will help make US university graduates walk away with considerably less debt.  And a solid parental involvement just might create a healthier intellect, and thus subject their children to grants and scholarships…

Socialism: The US Military – Lesson 101

The ‘darling’ Socialists are quick to bring to light the US government agencies that they deem to be ‘socialist’ in order to defend Socialism as a defacto solution to all that ails the US.   “The Military is Socialist”.   Really?  

It would appear that few are learned in the definition of Socialism:

“The stage in Marxist-Leninist theory intermediate between capitalism and communism, in which collective ownership of the economy under the dictatorship of the proletariat has not yet been successfully achieved.”

If you don’t like that one, here are three more:

  1. any of various economic and political theories advocating collective or governmental ownership and administration of the means of production and distribution of goods.
  2. a system of society or group living in which there is no private property
  3. a system or condition of society in which the means of production are owned and controlled by the state

The common denominator of these definitions?  Goods. Property.   Production.   Ownership.

The Military does not provide goods.  Does not designate property.  Does not produce goods.  The Military is a volunteer organization in which they members agree to perform services for a wage.  Within that ‘voluntary service’ they are provided certain benefits to add to their wage base.   And if they do not perform according to the designated rules they may be fired.  Granted, the Military is required to have guns and jets and bombs as an adjunct product of their service.   But it is a product of their service – not a luxury.   Cars, houses, clothes, food, toys, etc.. are luxuries produced on our behalf.  Those are the ‘goods’ referred to in the definition of Socialism.  That is the basis of ‘economy’.

In a Socialist ‘economy’ those luxuries disappear.   Shortages become the norm.   In the 1980’s when Poland was governed into Socialism, the waiting period to buy a car was 7 years.  But you were required to advance that cost and wait.  The waiting period to lease an apartment was 5-7 years, but you were required to advance the rent.   Supermarket shelves were empty save for endless bottles of ‘vinegar’.

In Venezuela, they no longer have drinking water.

That – is – Socialism.

The fact that ‘taxpayers’ are charged for that Military wage is a benefit to taxpayers and has existed since the beginning of militaries.   When the Socialists within the US, Gabbard, O’Casio, Sanders, Beto, Warren, etc… reference their embrace of Socialism, they refer to a different definition and are simply attempting to muddle the truth.  Yes the government operates .  It exists.  It is funded by taxpayers for the express purpose of performing duties and overseeing various organizations including the military, including our public school system, our public universities, our police and fire department.

And it is supposed to be – free from bias, free from prejudice, free from propaganda.   As a taxpayer funded enterprise.

Capitalism:  “Capitalism is an economic system based upon private ownership of the means of production and their operation for profit. Characteristics central to capitalism include private property, capital accumulation, wage labor, voluntary exchange, a price system, and competitive markets.”

The basic – the largess discrepancy between the definition ‘acquired’ by the Socialists in defending their rule is ‘economy’.

Which makes their entire defensive platform a house of cards.

They do not even understand the most basic conceptual definition of the platform they espouse. And that makes them ‘uneducated’.

The fact that the pure definitions have to be even be discussed is further evidence that the Socialist education system adopted in the US and the EU has collapsed into a dummied version of apocalyptic proportions in which history, and current events, are corrupted. The burning of books, the burning of knowledge.

The fact that these individuals would support that FIRE, is even more heinous, for it reveals the soul beneath.

It is wearying trying to educate the minds of those who have chosen to bury their heads in the sand.   It is wearying to try and regurgitate what history has already taught.  It is wearying to listen to people who have never experienced the devastations refuse to listen to those who have…