Open Borders, Ethnic Cleansing Pave the Democrats’ Road to a Pan-Am Socialist Empire

Thursday night’s debate, which highlighted the top slate of Democratic presidential candidates, featured all but one raise a hand to signal they favor decriminalizing border crossings. Only Colorado Sen. Michael Bennet, polling at less than one percent, objected to the plan that, when taken at face value, would transform America’s democratic republic into a totalitarian socialist empire throughout the whole of the Western Hemisphere. In the words of Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA), her first priority as president would be to protect illegal immigrants already in the country from deportation, make easier for those applying for asylum to get in, and stop the separation of children from their parents as is currently regulated by the Department of Homeland Security.

Friday’s Rasmussen Poll revealed something else about the Democrats’ current ideological shift: voters now see most of the Democratic presidential candidates as more liberal than they are, and rate their agenda as outside the mainstream. Just 25 percent of likely U.S. voters consider most of the announced candidates for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination to be about the same as they are in political terms. Fifty-four percent say most of these candidates are more liberal than they are, while only 13 percent say they are more conservative. Those likely to vote perhaps understand best that, as the heartbeat of America, they would fall prey to the whip’s hand of free-loading non-citizens arriving in the U.S. at the invitation of the Democrats, who are openly orchestrating a region-wide policy of ethnic cleansing and exploitation of political instability in Central America, transforming states like California into veritable ‘banana republics’ in kind, afflicted by out-of-control homelessness and rise of long-dormant medieval diseases. Their policies indeed marginalize American taxpayers to a status of second-class citizens in their own country, governed by wealthy politicians and bureaucrats who would rule by decree under a new apartheid system similar to South Africa before 1990.

Dead Father and Daughter at the Border
Journalist Julia Le Duc’s image of two migrants killed crossing illegally into the United States from Matamoros, Mexico, on Monday, June 17. The Associated Press identified the dead migrants as Óscar Alberto Martínez Ramírez and his 23-month-old daughter, Valeria.

Such a road to a socialist empire requires depopulating these nations, whose surface area is paved with human bones, featuring a natural moat representing a ‘river of blood’ (the Rio Grade) currently dividing America from the border with Mexico. Washington’s leading role orchestrating ethnic cleansing and genocide in collaboration with several destablized nations (Mexico, Venezuela, Nicaragua, Honduras) would bring to the forum the United Nations’ definition for ‘ethnic cleansing’,  or how one actor’s policy of “… rendering an area ethnically homogeneous by using force or intimidation to remove persons of given groups from the area.” Furthermore, the UN Commission of Experts added that these practices “… constitute crimes against humanity and can be assimilated to specific war crimes,” and that “such acts could also fall within the meaning of the Genocide Convention.”


“Soon, very soon, after the victory of our movement, we will defend migrants all over the American continent and the migrants of the world who, by necessity, must abandon their towns to find life in the United States… It’s a human right we will defend.” — Andrés Manuel López Obrador, President of Mexico

In 2018, Mexican voters elected a Neo-Marxist named Andrés Manuel López Obrador as president: a man who ideologically identifies with French communist politician Jean-Luc Mélenchon and former Soviet-collaborator and leader of the opposition for Britain’s Labour Party, Jeremy Corbyn. His policy, virulently anti-American, draws on a series of war defeats over 170 years ago through his slogan of “No Chavismo, no Trumpismo; yes to Juarismo, yes to Maderismo, yes to Cardenismo, yes to Mexicanismo” in response to President Trump’s observation that Mexican illegal immigrants bring “drugs [and] crime” during his 2015 campaign — a point further validated by Mexico City permitting caravans of hundreds and thousands of Hondurans to proceed towards entering the United States illegally. The Democrats, it should be noted, have openly sympathized with MS-13 — one of the world’s most dangerous gangs — over the Trump administration with respect to illegal immigration.

Obrador took a hardline stance opposite Trump’s proposals for the wall on the U.S.-Mexico border as well as the deportation of undocumented immigrants in the United States when, in 2017, he called for “a lawsuit at the United Nations against the U.S. government for violation of human rights and racial discrimination.” During his campaign, he pledged to convert 50 Mexican consulates in the U.S. into ‘procurators’ for the defense of migrants while refusing to detain Central American migrants at the country’s southern border, with his exact phrasing being that Mexico would no longer be America’s ‘piñata’. As Tucker Carlson has noted, “Mexico sends their poorest people here because it’s cheaper than taking care of them there. America is now Mexico’s social safety net, and that’s a very good deal for the Mexican ruling class.” And though Obrador’s campaign pledge was to root out the crime and corruption originating within the drug cartels, Carlson also referred to Obrador’s prior proposals to grant amnesty to Mexican drug cartels. As a result, Mexico’s president will prove to be the greatest existential threat posed by a foreign actor in America’s history given his almost certain alliance with the Democratic Party.  The Democrats will aid Obrador by capitalizing on the 1965 immigration act that took effect in ’68, in which 85 to 90 percent of new immigrants arrived from the Third World and Asia: people who are overwhelmingly more likely to support the Democrats in the name of ‘racism’ and ‘xenophobia’ upon being naturalized, or through promises of ‘cradle-to-grave’ welfare and public housing.  And if the federal government will not even secure the borders, those who Obrador would pardon, who have murdered untold thousands of Mexican and American citizens along the border as well as 132 Mexican officials throughout Obrador’s 2018 campaign, will transform America into the same ‘Narcocracy’ run on ‘blood money’ through his shared ambitions of a Pan-American empire with the Left, stretching from Canada to the far north to Central America in the south. 


Sen. Bernie Sanders, a hardened Vermont socialist caucusing as a Democrat, will no longer offer desperate half-baked rejections of both Marxist-Leninism and Maoism in the Soviet Union and China that killed millions because the Democratic Party has adopted his position for building socialism by any means necessary. Thirty years ago, the idea any American politician with grand designs could successfully introduce communism into the national discourse was unthinkable for mainstream Americans. But today, the gravest threat to America, posed by the Democrat Fifth Column, is no longer a laughing matter. Rather, it is a reality which, unlike ISIS, Russia or China, has emerged from deep within our own political infrastructure. God and country now trigger microaggressions, while a sudden deep, faithful, and nostalgic reverence for Marxist leaders such as Che Guevara, Fidel Castro, and Hugo Chavez increasingly blossoms.

Bernie Sanders Old Pic
Bernie Sanders. Radical ol’ Bernie Sanders. Publicly, he’s a raving lunatic socialist. But privately, he’s nothing more than a hypocritical millionaire bourgeois capitalist.

How bad would a Democrat president be, you ask? Consider that on June 21, Sen. Sanders admitted that as president, his health care plan would cover nearly all 11 million illegal immigrants present in the United States — a point over which he has routinely campaigned regarding nationalizing the U.S. health care system and provide so-called ‘free’ health insurance to every individual, at the low cost of more than $32 trillion over the next decade. So ecstatic was Sanders for his role of transforming the United States of America into a Marxist utopia that he proclaimed, arrogantly, that “We’re gonna … create a Medicare for All health care system which guarantees health care to every man, woman, and child” during the National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials’ (NALEO) presidential candidate forum Friday. Furthermore, Sanders insisted that “We will organize the American people around the idea that all people in this country have the right to health care.” That statement, which the American people ‘will [be] organize[d] around the idea that all people in this country have the right to health care’, is a line derivative of Rousseau’s terminology that would punish any resistance to ‘freedom’ by prison time, exile, or even death.

“In order then that the social compact may not be an empty formula, it tacitly includes the undertaking, which alone can give force to the rest, that whoever refuses to obey the general will shall be compelled to do so by the whole body. This means nothing less than that he will be forced to be free; for this is the condition which, by giving each citizen to his country, secures him against all personal dependence. In this lies the key to the working of the political machine; this alone legitimises civil undertakings, which, without it, would be absurd, tyrannical, and liable to the most frightful abuses.”

Jean Jacques Rousseau, The Social Contract

Three years after Sanders called for a “full and normalized political relations with Cuba” during the March 9, 2016 Democratic Presidential Debate on Univision, he was confronted by moderator Maria Elena Salinas over an archived interview, filmed on August 8, 1985 following his trip to Nicaragua, vigorously voicing support of both Castro and the Soviet-backed Sandinistan government of Nicaragua.


“In 1961, [America] invaded Cuba, and everybody was totally convinced that Castro was the worst guy in the world. All the Cuban people were going to rise up in rebellion against Fidel Castro. They forgot that he educated their kids, gave their kids health care, totally transformed society. You know, not to say Fidel Castro and Cuba are perfect – they are certainly not – but just because Ronald Reagan dislikes these people does not mean to say the people in these nations feel the same way.”

— Bernie Sanders, 8 August 1985, in an interview on local Vermont CCTV station.

Salinas further pressed Sanders, citing how “In south Florida, there are still some open wounds among exiles regarding socialism and communism,” before demanding that he “explain, what is the difference between the socialism that you profess and the socialism in Nicaragua, Cuba, and Venezuela”. Sensing imminent political disaster with any direct reply, Sanders deflected Salinas’ question, responding instead by suggesting the U.S. should be “working with governments around the world,” not “get involved in regime change” that stokes anti-US sentiment.

“What that was about was saying that the United States was wrong for trying to invade Cuba. That the United States was wrong trying to support people to overthrow the Nicaraguan government. That the United States was wrong trying to overthrow in 1954 the government, the democratically elected government of Guatemala. Throughout the history of our relationship with Latin America, we’ve operated under the so-called Monroe Doctrine. And that said that the United States had the right to do anything that they wanted to do in Latin America. So I actually went to Nicaragua, and I very strongly opposed the Reagan administration’s effort to overthrow that government.”

Bernie Sanders Legalize Bread Lines
Back in 1985, Bernie Sanders, then the mayor of Burlington, Vermont, backed breadlines because ‘the one-percent get all the food’ while ‘the 99 percent’ starve.

Now fast-forward to just a week ago, when the event moderator asked Sanders to clarify if his healthcare plan would apply to illegal immigrants in the U.S. Without hesitation, he replied in the affirmative: “Absolutely, absolutely… When I talk about health care being a human right, last time I heard that undocumented people are human beings as well.” Yet, these illegal aliens will not pay a dime or penny-piece in taxation, and ‘undocumented’ counts for everyone, save for newborn infants. In fact, Sanders also praised the Castro regime’s policy of food lines in 1985 “as a good thing” because in countries where people need never stand in long lines, the ‘ninety-nine percent’ starve to death on the streets, while ‘the rich get all the food’.

Alas, it’s no mystery why the tone deaf Vermont senator also admitted to the moderator event last Monday that every national health care system has ‘problems’, and insisted that those are just ‘the nature of health care’, and did so with little regard (or empathy) to the cost in human collateral such issues would entail. 

Lawrence McDowell Features Biden and Kamala
As you can see, Kamala Harris doesn’t like racist ol’ ‘Creepy Uncle Joe’. Yet she has created far worse poverty for California’s urban black Democrat plantation than her ancestors who were freed as slaves.


In both Democratic presidential debates this week, every single candidate on stage, including the leaders of the pack — former Vice President Joe Biden and Sen. Sanders — signaled their support for government-run health care that covers illegal immigrants, a stunning reversal from President Obama’s platform, particular in Biden’s case, of assuring voters that Obamacare would not cover illegal immigrants. In Biden’s own words, “You cannot let people who are sick, no matter where they come from, no matter what their status, go uncovered… It’s just going to be taken care of, period. You have to. It’s the humane thing to do.” Champion LGBTQ candidate, Mayor Pete Buttigieg of South Bend, Indiana, was still more flagrant: “This is not about a handout. This is an insurance program. And we do ourselves no favors by having 11 million undocumented people in our country be unable to access healthcare. But, of course, the real problem is we shouldn’t have 11 million undocumented people with no pathway to citizenship.”

Yet this is not new ‘news’ at all, but only the beginning of the socialist rise to empire as decreed from Washington. In June 2015, the American people learned to their horror of the inane passage of the Trans-Pacific Partnership by Congress shortly after the truth of its content was revealed, and the rapid signature by President Obama which underscored the following five years in which the nation came to understand the gravity of the ‘open borders policy’ and consequences attributed to NAFTA linked to his executive amnesty. However, this chain of events can be traced back to 2005 when the Bush administration secretly aligned with Canada and Mexico to form the North American Union: the Western Hemisphere’s pan-political supra-state, fit with the inevitable exchange into a new single currency called the amero, abolishing the dollars for both the U.S. and Canada, and the peso in Mexico. The initiative, one might gather, persists today, and is unfolding in small doses before our very eyes, with the goal to become reality perhaps the day after tomorrow, or maybe in 10-20 years. One might surmise provided these details the name ‘North American Union’ was strategically ‘scrapped’ in favor of its far more insidious geopolitical empire dominated from Washington under the Obama-championed Trans-Pacific Partnership. Those fears have now been realized some twelve years following an August 2007 press conference in Montebello, Quebec, where Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper stated that he did not see the North American Union as a ‘generally expressed concern’. Meanwhile, President Bush ridiculed all criticisms of a North American Union ‘political scare tactics’, which he characterized as ‘comical how the ‘difference between reality and what some people are talking on TV about’. Thankfully, Lou Dobbs broke the news while still employed at CNN in 2005. The video, available over YouTube, briefly addresses the unconstitutional act and the process through which it transpired.


The conservative firebrand Dobbs’ exposé about the Bush New World Order resulted in left-wing media propaganda machines Media Matters and the Southern Poverty Law Center condemning him for ‘racism’. Two other Latino political heavyweights, the Federation of American Immigration Reform and CNN’s Latinos in America program,  complained that Dobbs’ hardline stance on illegal immigration were ‘incompatible’ to their agenda, and by February 2009, Dobbs was terminated by CNN. Yet a decade has passed since then, and Dobbs is now employed by Fox News, where is freer to express such concerns in opposition to the globalist agenda. There is no longer any deniable matter of mass migration and open borders being some brainchild of some clandestine Orwellian literati, nor the random ravings of Alex Jones regarding the ‘Illuminati’. Thankfully though, the Trans-Pacific Partnership, an initiative secretly negotiated for over four years, was, thanks to Julian Assange and Wikileaks, exposed. President Trump killed the U.S. entry into TPP only days after his inauguration.

While interviewed on Commanding Heights: The Battle for the World Economy in 2001, former Mexican President Vicente Fox explained his vision for the “convergence of [America and Mexico’s] two economies, convergence on the basic and fundamental variables of the economy, convergence on rates of interest, convergence on income of people, convergence on salaries” with the U.S. and eventually, Canada, that under the present political climate, come to symbolize a final merger between socialism and the extraordinary power of international centralized banks to rule by way of a technocracy with Internet service providers, social media, big oil and big pharma under a corporatist imperial regime under the radar. Citing it could take 20 years to realize, Fox foresaw this to be the ultimate ‘convergence’ between the U.S. and Mexico, allowing them both to “erase that border, open up that border for [the] free flow of products, merchandises, [and] capital as well as people.” Fox also proposed to President George W. Bush and Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chrétien a shift of the North American continent towards an economic and monetary union based on the European Union model. The proposed single currency, the amero, was pitched in 1999 by Canadian economist Herbert G. Grubel, a senior fellow of the Fraser Institute the year that the euro became a virtual currency; and his American counterpart Robert Pastor, vice-chairman of the Independent Task Force on North America, who supported his conclusions in his 2001 book Toward a North American Community. The C.D. Howe Institute advocated a single currency for both Canada and the United States. While Fox initially expressed his support behind the concept, Grubel’s proposal was rejected by President Bush due to a lack of interest.


During his 2012 address on behalf of the Occupy Movement before the Communist Party USA’s ‘People’s Assembly’ in Washington, former Amalgamated Transit Union local 689 president Mike Golash expressed his goal of making “revolution in the United States, overthrow the capitalist system and build communism” by “trying to learn something from the examples of the Soviet Union, Red China and Castro’s Cuba.” Remarks similar to Golash’s were common among the Occupy mobs who had picketed in the streets of America’s major cities, drawing thunderous applause. The movement’s master planner, Service Employees International Union (SEIU) boss Stephen Lerner, had previously articulated his desire to bring down the international financial system only one year before.

Communist Party USA’s national chairman John Bachtell acknowledged how upon the Soviet Union’s collapse in 1991, the party needed to form new alliances with groups also bent on destroying America from within its own infrastructure. The CPUSA’s greatest ally, he admitted, is the Democratic Party because it is ideally suited for the CPUSA to consolidate power, as it is America’s political “home to labor, African Americans, Latinos, other communities of color, women, most union members, young people and a wide range of social and democratic movements.” Accuracy in Media reports that Since 1988, the CPUSA has not run its own candidates for president and vice-president, preferring instead to work through the Democratic Party. Its support for Obama in 2008 and [2012] has been open and outspoken.” Furthermore, Hatchell’s eagerness and enthusiasm for working with Democrats, articulated within the party’s 2,023 page open letter released in July 2015, stems from it serving as “the most realistic electoral vehicle… to advance the modern communist agenda and achieve communist goals,” given “labor and other key social forces are not about to leave the Democratic Party anytime soon.” Finally, he confirmed the CPUSA’s official position is that Socialism and Communism are interchangeable — that Communism is the desired end as the utopian conclusion to Socialism — and that the CPUSA is the progressive, pro-labor wing of the Democratic Party.

Conservatives, however, have known this all along. Given Democratic leaders such as Nancy Pelosi hailed Occupy as “spontaneous” while Obama himself heaped sympathy for the group by intervening in a local police matter to keep Occupy: Portland protesters from being arrested, there is no wonder left-wing militancy in Ferguson (suburban St. Louis), Baltimore, Charlotte, Oakland, and nearly all universities and colleges continues to flourish. Their agenda, in concert with the enthusiastic support from the media, entertainment industry and like-minded Democrats, is to give rise to militias, such as Black Lives Matter and Antifa, bent on destroying the republic. The chief architects for such a plan emerged in 1966 when Columbia University sociologists Richard Andrew Cloward and Frances Fox Piven formulated a subversive active measure to hasten the collapse of capitalism by overloading the government bureaucracy with a flood of impossible demands, thus pushing society into crisis and economic collapse due to massive debt and a devalued currency in an article published in The Nation titled “The Weight of the Poor: A Strategy to End Poverty” in which they admit that the ruling class apply the welfare-state to weaken the poor by providing a social safety net to douse the flames of rebellion. The idea expanded four years later in the September 27, 1970 issue of The New York Times when Cloward suggested that instead of providing the poor with a safety net, activists (such as Occupy: Wall Street, Antifa, Black Lives Matter, CAIR and the Southern Poverty Law Center today) should unite to overburden the welfare system in order to ignite a fatal political and financial crisis by orchestrating a policy of ‘controlled chaos’ similar the French and Russian revolutions (soaring government debt, inflation and famine) that the Left could then expose the inadequacy of the welfare state upon securing the systemic collapse of both the government and the nation’s financial infrastructure. The Cloward-Piven Strategy has been proven effective beyond a shadow of doubt: The New York Times reported on September 27, 1970 that “sit-ins in legislative chambers, including a United States Senate committee hearing, mass demonstrations of several thousand welfare recipients, school boycotts, picket lines, mounted police, tear gas, arrests — and, on occasion, rock-throwing, smashed glass doors, overturned desks, scattered papers and ripped-out phones,” had been successful beyond the organizers’ ‘wildest dreams’. Furthermore, “From 1965 to 1974,” the welfare programs in New York had resulted in “the number of single-parent households on welfare” increasing “from 4.3 million to 10.8 million, despite mostly flush economic times.” Furthermore, “By the early 1970s, one person was on the welfare rolls in New York City for every two working in the city’s private economy.” As a direct result of its massive welfare spending, New York City was forced to declare bankruptcy in 1975. The entire state of New York nearly went down with it.

The Cloward-Piven concept has become the greatest threat to world peace as a result of the orchestrated Muslim ‘migrant crisis’ in the European Union and America’s compromised southern border. Europe’s problem led to the rise of German Chancellor Angela Merkel as the de facto kaisarin of a ‘Fourth Reich’ as a result of throwing her weight as leader of the EU’s largest economy behind policies of open-borders and austerity following the market crashes in 2008, in which Muslim ‘refugee asylum seekers’ from Syria, Iraq and Libya shop for places to live based on where they could find the most generous welfare policies and access to public housing. The result has brought about the near total collapse of the euro at the expense of the continent’s ancient white population and its declining birth rates. Under former ACORN-certified community organizer and president Barack Obama, the remarkable rise in mainstream media exploitation of otherwise manageable crises have resulted in an astounding increase in mass shootings inside ‘gun-free’ open spaces and cities where guns were already banned, embellished allegations of systemic police brutality against the black community in the wake of ‘The Ferguson Effect’, and subsequent wind fall that naturally landed on college campuses, most notably in 2015 at the University of Missouri in 2015 and Berkeley following the election of Trump.

Perhaps the late British politician Enoch Powell was right after all. In his controversial ‘Rivers of Blood’ speech, Powell warned the British public that in a future federal Europe inside the single market (the European Union), “the black man will have the whip hand over the white man.” Indeed, a half century later, Britain’s historic ethnic population finds itself overrun by foreigners from a distant continent under the EU’s open borders policy, not to mention the welfare state growing increasingly drained of supply for constant increased demand. This clash of civilizations finally came to a head in June 2016 when the British people, by referendum, voted to leave the European Union — a process which, after many failed attempts by the political establishment to either obstruct or outright strike down Article 50 over the past three years, is scheduled to be delivered on October 31. Like with Powell, the likely successor to Theresa May as British prime minister, Boris Johnson, and those who voted to leave, are accosted as ‘racists’, ‘fascists’, or Nazis.


Yet on this side of the pond, Sen. Sanders’ advocacy of a genocidal American empire is a preview to what extremes his administration might resort to acquire and consolidate total power. And as shocking as Sanders’ comments are, communism has rapidly (and unapologetically) arrived at the top of the Democrats’ ideological mainstream. For example in 2015, former Congressman Joe Garcia of Florida once declared that “Communism works” in revealing the party’s plans to manufacture a massive refugee crisis from Mexico across the border into Texas.


Sadly, as with Europe, America’s ‘useful idiots’ settle for watching network television, bewildered at how the world burns, while they elect the very matches into power responsible for igniting those fires. Today’s Democratic Party reflects a pivot towards postmodern Marxism. Like him or not, the incumbent Donald Trump is all that stands between a new Soviet empire from Washington under the Democrat platform, and another opportunity to reform the terrestrial hell we’ve elected into office over time.

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