Samuel Huntington's The Hispanic Challenge a.k.a. beaner population explosion

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    It's all completely ridiculous how corporate America is saying we "need DREAMers... for future economic expansion" -- yet somehow, Mexico doesn't seem to want these "indispensable" workers that are going to build out next-generation technology back in their country. Obviously the whole thing is such a farce on every level and is just corporate America social signaling so they don't "offend" even a single potential customer in their economic base, but it's even more absurd when you consider that a lot of the "riding mower" type jobs done by Mexicans will probably be automated within a decade or two.

    Point being, between automation, offshoring, outsourcing, etc. we don't have enough jobs for anywhere near close to the people that actually arrived pre-Hart Celler Act, much less enough to absorb millions of these Mexicans and other low-IQ third worlders -- yet we're still just keeping the spigots open and no one is talking about the horrendous social consequences that are coming down the road in short order here. Considering that there are Mexicans washing up in L.A. who don't even speak Spanish, I'd say that Huntington's thesis of non-assimilation is [naturally] looking pretty prescient with the benefit of hindsight. The $50,000 question is of course when and where it has its final dramatic "no turning back" moment; I'm guessing this happens around 2025.
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    Why assimilate when your goal is conquest?

    Corporate American is virtue signaling thought the use of wetbacks, when what they really want is to keep the H-1b "'spic got" open.
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