Sunday, October 23, 2016

The Two Party System


In the Simpson's 1996 Halloween Special, aliens Kang and Kodos land on Earth and kidnap candidates Bill Clinton and Bob Dole and disguise themselves and take their places.  It's up to Homer to expose them.

What Kang says to the people after he and Kodos are exposed is unfortunately typical thinking for the American voter.

Dan 88!

Saturday, October 22, 2016

Proof of Black Nazis - How Many Other Lies Are Told About Germany?


"German racialism has been deliberately distorted. It never was an anti-"other race" racialism. It was a pro-German racialism. It was concerned with making the German race strong and healthy in every way. Hitler was not interested in having millions of degenerates, if it was in his power not to have them. Today one finds rampant alcohol and drug addiction everywhere. Hitler cared that the German families be healthy, cared that they raise healthy children for the renewal of a healthy nation. German racialism meant re-discovering the creative values of their own race, re-discovering their culture. It was a search for excellence, a noble idea. National Socialist racialism was not against the other races, it was for its own race. It aimed at defending and improving its race, and wished that all other races did the same for themselves." - Léon Degrelle, Waffen-SS Standartenführer.

Dan 88!

Friday, October 21, 2016

UK-bound Calais migrants branded dangerous and violent by TV reporters they tried to kill


CALAIS, France migrants in the camp known as the Jungle attacked investigative reporters and robbed them of their camera in a “violent and dangerous” brawl before they made their bid for Britain.

With no thought for the lives of the TV crew knife-wielding mob launched a vicious assault with stones, knives and sticks before they attempted to sneak onto lorries bound for the UK, according to the investigative reporters.
During the attack, which took place at a petrol station near the notorious Jungle camp in Calais at around 10.30pm, the reporters were left “cut, bruised and without one of their cameras”. 
Mark Stone, who reports for Sky News, said: “We had been welcomed earlier by the migrants, we felt no threat. 
“We spotted them and filmed briefly, but then two dozen turned up. Rocks were thrown followed by a sustained attack with knives and sticks until we reached our car - cut, bruised and without one of our cameras. 
“What we experienced last night was frightening. These men are evidently violent and they're dangerous. They wrestled us to the ground and they hit us.” 
He added: “It is not unusual. It is happening here on a nightly basis.” 
CCTV footage and video obtained by the reporters shows strewn bottles and sleeping bags in a ditch, where the migrants are thought to wait before they make their bid for the UK. 
Mr Stone said authorities had to be on alert for the vicious actions of “very, very violent people".
He added: “The authorities have no real grip on this. Vulnerable people are suffering and the violent core is free to roam.
"Many are desperate, most are desperate and then there is the violent hardcore who are intent on violence not just here in Calais. 
“That is one of the consequences of having a large and illegal encampment existing. 
“Calais is bigger in population is bigger that it has ever been.”
In July official figures showed one migrant is caught trying to sneak into the UK every six minutes – with 84,088 detentions at our borders last year. 
This weekend, unaccompanied migrant children from the Jungle began arriving in Britain.
These are the kind of Third World Trash that want to get into Britain and the United States, and we're supposed to welcome them because "they have endured great hardship".  I guess we're supposed to put up with their inappropriate behaviour, and give them a free pass on anything they want to do because they have "suffered".  Bullshit.
Regardless of how desperate someone is, violent behaviour cannot be tolerated or excused.  We need to keep these people out, not welcome them.
Frankly, I wish we could build a wall around the entire country and to hell with how "unfriendly" that looks.  I don't want to be friends with The Third World, I want them to fear us.
There was a video I was not able to embed.  Anyone interested in seeing it can follow this link:
Dan 88!

Thursday, October 20, 2016


We The People Rising
October 17, 2016

(Washington, D.C.) - Today, the Immigration Reform Law Institute (IRLI) filed a lawsuit in the US District Court for the Southern District of California against the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) for ignoring our nation's preeminent environmental law, the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA). For the last 46 years, NEPA has required any agency considering an action that will affect the environment to analyze and publicize those effects. IRLI represents Whitewater Draw Natural Resource Conservation District, Arizona Association of Conservation Districts, Californians for Population Stabilization, New Mexico Cattle Growers' Association, and four other plaintiffs against DHS, which has failed to investigate the environmental impact of our nation's immigration policies.

Julie B. Axelrod, IRLI's lead counsel on the case, says, "Our lawsuit will demonstrate that legal and illegal immigration have a very significant impact on the environment, which DHS has spent the last 46 years ignoring."

DHS, like its predecessor agency Immigration and Naturalization Service, has never considered or analyzed the enormous "impacts to the human environment" of legal and illegal immigration, as required by NEPA. Between 1990 and 2010, the US population grew by over 61 million people due to expansive immigration policies and lax enforcement--yet even over this intense period of immigration, DHS ignored NEPA's requirement to conduct analysis on the environmental impacts. DHS regulations do not address or even acknowledge that unauthorized border crossing itself damages the environment.

Former Governor of Colorado Richard Lamm of Denver, a member of one of the plaintiffs in the suit, said, "Conservatives and liberals alike should be shocked at the environmental effects of out-of-control immigration. It is environmental malpractice to ignore immigration."

Dale L. Wilcox, IRLI's Executive Director, states, "The immigration policies implemented by DHS have had an enormous impact on the environment by causing explosive population growth. Yet DHS has ignored NEPA, the bedrock of the nation's environmental statutory framework, for decades."

Additional information about the filed complaint can be found here:


This is probably a waste of time, but who knows?  At least it is further proof that Americans are getting fed up with things and are starting to make a real noise.  The question is, will the government hear them?  My instinct is to say probably not.

At least someone is doing something instead of sitting on their asses watching TV and saying, "Well there's nothing that I can do about it."

Every so often I reprint this because it really says a lot:

This is a little story about four people named Everybody, Somebody, Anybody, and Nobody.

There was an important job to be done and Everybody was sure that Somebody would do it. 

Anybody could have done it, but Nobody did it.  

Somebody got angry about that because it was Everybody's job.  

Everybody thought that Anybody could do it, but Nobody realized that Everybody wouldn't do it.  

It ended up that Everybody blamed Somebody when Nobody did what Anybody could have done.   

That just about says it all.

Dan 88!  

Wednesday, October 19, 2016

First Half 2016: Anti-Semitism Skyrockets on U.S. College Campuses

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Anti-Semitic activity on college campuses with the largest Jewish undergraduate enrollment drastically increased during the first half of 2016 compared to the same time last year, reports anti-Semitism watchdog group AMCHA Initiative.
After examining over 100 public and private colleges and universities from January through June of 2016, the study found 287 anti-Semitic incidents occurred at 64 schools, compared to 198 occurrences that took place during the same time last year, reflecting a 45 percent increase.

“The growing problem of campus anti-Semitism is no doubt a serious threat facing the Jewish community. But this disturbing and dangerous spike and the bolder, more brazen methods of those perpetrating this hate are particularly alarming,” warned Tammi Rossman-Benjamin, AMCHA Initiative director and co-founder.
The AMCHA report, which uses the definition of anti-Semitism established by the U.S. State Department, revealed that campus events denying the right of Israel to exist—which nearly tripled in 2016 compared to 2015—correlate directly with “conduct that targeted Jewish students for harm.”
The study confirmed the rapidly-growing correlation between anti-Semitism and activism on the part of the anti-Israel Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement.
This year, the student governments of 10 schools in the study took up anti-Israel divestment resolutions. Of these 10 schools, eight showed the largest increase in anti-Semitism from 2015 to 2016. Conversely, 7 of the 9 schools in the 2015 study that considered or voted on divestment resolutions showed a drastic decrease in anti-Semitic activity this year when no divestment resolution was considered.
“Instead of just boycotting Israel, the anti-Zionists are now boycotting Jewish students,” stated Professor Leila Beckwith, AMCHA co-founder and one of the study’s lead researchers.
“Sadly, all too often it is not debate but hate. The lines between political discussions on Israeli policy and discrimination toward Jewish students are being blurred. Anti-Zionists are attempting to harm, alienate and ostracize Jewish students; it is Jewish students’ civil rights that are being trampled.  To properly address this rise in anti-Jewish bigotry, universities must adopt a proper definition of contemporary anti-Semitism and use it to educate the campus community about the distinct line between criticism of Israeli policies and discrimination against Jewish people.”
The report findings—especially the relationship between BDS activity and anti-Semitic incidents—came as no surprise to David Brog, Executive Director of the anti-BDS education group, Maccabee Task Force.
Brog told the Haym Salomon Center, “BDS is fueling an all-out effort to portray Israel as the world’s most monstrous abuser of human rights. For the idiots who believe this, it is but a short logical leap to the conclusion that those who defend Israel—primarily Jewish students—must themselves be monsters. The link between BDS and anti-Semitism is crystal clear. BDS is an inherently anti-Semitic movement that multiplies anti-Semitism wherever it goes.”
The schools with the largest increase in anti-Semitic activity are Columbia University, Vassar College and the University of Chicago.
Columbia and Vassar each had 20 documented incidents of anti-Semitism, increasing from two and three, respectively from the same time last year. University of Chicago jumped from two to 14 incidents. New York University and the University of Minnesota rounded out the campuses with the largest increase in anti-Semitic activity.
The study looked at 113 schools identified by Hillel International as the public and private colleges and universities in the United States with the largest populations of Jewish students. The schools investigated in the 2015 study were included in the latest report.
AMCHA’s report included recommendations for university administrators on how to combat anti-Semitism and protect Jewish students. Their recommendations included adopting a definition of anti-Semitism that identifies all forms of bigotry toward Jews, including when criticism of Israel crosses the line into anti-Semitism. They also recommended allocating resources to educate students and faculty about contemporary forms of anti-Semitism and anti-Jewish discrimination.
With First Amendment rights of Jewish students also being thwarted, AMCHA suggested schools establish clear guidelines about free speech protected under the First Amendment and conduct which violates others’ civil rights—including disrupting or shutting down campus events and interfering with the rights of those you disagree with to assemble.
The worst offenders are Columbia University (New York), Vassar College (New York), and the University of Chicago.

My biggest question is why are these incidents increasing?  Despite what the liberals would have us believe, people are becoming LESS tolerant of diversity, not more.

Also, more and more people are beginning to see just how much of a threat Zionism is to the Aryan people, as well as other non-Jewish races.

This is making the Zionists very unhappy.  Right now their influence on the world is more financial than anything else.  It's like pulling the strings of the leaders rather than being the actual leaders.  They are wanting to move more into the open and out of the shadows, but people are getting wise to them and they don't like it.
Hopefully, more and more non-Jews will realize that National Socialism is their only protection from a Zionist takeover.  The Zionists themselves are well aware of this.  That's why they hate us and are determined to either destroy us or keep us on the fringes of society.
As things are, we are not an actual threat to them right now, but we are a theoretical threat.  The chance that we may once again become an actual threat to them is a chance they dare not take.
Dan 88!

Tuesday, October 18, 2016

7 Reasons the Middle Class Is in Serious Trouble

Sean Williams 
Sep 17, 2016 at 2:21PM

The United States is often thought of as a country built upon the backbone of working, middle-class Americans. But truth be told, the middle class is stuck in neutral, if not outright disappearing.
According to an analysis released by Pew Research Center earlier this year, 203 of the 229 major U.S. metropolitan areas it surveyed between 2000 and 2014 showed a decline in middle-class families. In other words, families are either ascending the rungs of the socioeconomic ladder into more specialized jobs with higher income, or they're falling into lower-income groups. This is a nationwide trend that's pretty much been ongoing for at least the past three decades.
What's really wrong with the middle class likely boils down to these seven issues.

1. Stagnant wage growth

One of the biggest challenges for middle-class families is they've watched their wages grow on a nominal basis but stay relatively stagnant on an inflation-adjusted basis. Based on data provided by the Bureau of Labor Statistics and interpreted by the Pew Research Center, nominal wages for average hourly workers jumped better than 700% between 1964 and 2014 to $20.67 an hour. However, when factoring in the effects of inflation over those 50 years, real wages grew by less than 8%.
Meanwhile, the cost to attend college or get medical care is handily outpacing wage growth. Between 2005 and 2015, medical care inflation outpaced the Consumer Price Index (a measure of inflation that wage growth is often tied to) in all but one year. College tuition costs have jumped even faster, with a nominal increase observed between 1978 and 2008 of 1,120%. A college degree can be vital to obtaining a well-paying job and having advancement opportunities, while access to medical care can lead to a healthier and longer life. Both access to college and medical care are being challenged by their rapid rates of inflation relative to wage growth.

2. High levels of debt

Another issue for middle-class families is that they're getting too liberal when it comes to their usage of credit.
A survey commissioned by the Federal Reserve every three years, known as the Survey of Consumer Finances, observed that the debt burden of the average middle-class household in 2013 was 122% of annual household income. Although this is down from a peak of more than 140% in 2010, it's nearly double the debt burden of American families in 1989.
High levels of debt can be a major concern for middle-class families, since high debt can divert dollars that should be saved for retirement to paying bills instead. Without a balanced budget and some wherewithal to stick to it, middle-class families could struggle to dig themselves out of a large debt-driven hole.

3. Historically low lending rates

The Federal Reserve's interest-rate policy has been great news for existing and new homeowners looking to take advantage of great rates, and businesses that've used the access to cheap capital to expand their operations, hire, and even acquire.
Who hasn't particularly appreciated the Fed's monetary policy since December 2008 is the middle class. Though some middle-class families have benefited from low mortgage rates, the overall effect on "America's backbone" has been negative, with yields on bank CDs, savings accounts, checking accounts, and U.S. Treasury bonds tracking near all-time lows. Middle-class consumers have counted on the guaranteed income of interest-bearing assets for years, but they've been let down recently by nominal growth rates that are underperforming relative to inflation, leading to real money losses and reduced purchasing power.
With the stock market plunge during the Great Recession still fresh in the minds of some middle-class families, some simply can't find a way to generate positive real returns.

4. Poor savings habits

Another bit of self-sabotage from those in the middle class is their inability to save a sufficient amount of their annual income. According to the St. Louis Federal Reserve, the personal savings rate in the U.S. as of July was a meager 5.7%. This is half of what the U.S. savings rate was 50 years ago. However, this figure takes into account all workers.
Based on a working paper titled "Wealth Inequality in the United States Since 1913: Evidence From Capitalized Income Tax Data," written by Emmanuel Saez and Gabriel Zucman, the bottom 90% of Americans in terms of income have historically saved just 4% of their annual income. It could be that high debt levels are preventing middle-class Americans from saving, or it could be something as simple as households operating without a working budget. Either way, the middle class doesn't get a passing grade in the savings department.

5. Growing income inequality

Building a bit on the aforementioned point is the that income inequality between the upper-class and middle-class is widening in America. The 2015 Credit Suisse Global Wealth Report found that while the middle class in the U.S. has the highest total wealth of the 21 countries it individually examined, the U.S. middle class ranked dead last of the 21 countries in terms of the total share of wealth held, with 19.6%.
Why's this a problem? As mentioned earlier, having a lower income can make it difficult to afford the things that make it possible to climb the socioeconomic ladder, such as a college education. Upper-income folks also tend to live longer because their income isn't an obstacle to receiving medical care, whereas it can be for everyone else.

6. Lingering Great Recession woes

The middle class can also probably point to the lingering effects of the Great Recession for why they're stuck in neutral.
Home prices, which historically outpaced inflation by a very narrow margin between 1890 and 1997, surged in the decade between 1997 and 2007, only to come crashing back down. In many instances, the net wealth of middle-class families was predominantly derived from their equity in their primary residence. With home prices still well below their 2007 peak, the net worth of middle-class families has taken a hit.
Between 2000 and 2014, median income for middle-class households dipped by 4%. However, when taking into account growing debt, stagnant income, and falling home prices, the actual median wealth of American middle-class households dropped by 28% between 2001 and 2013.

7. Growing reliance on part-time work

The final issue for the middle class is that the opportunity to land a well-paying job is spotty, at best.
Based on data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, more than 6 million people in August 2016 were part-time workers for economic reasons. In layman's terms, these are people who works under 35 hours a week but aren't part-time by choice. They'd rather be full-time workers but can't seem to find a job to suit their needs and skills. Though this figure has fallen from a peak of more than 9 million during the Great Recession, we'd have to go back to 1993 to find the last time more than 6 million people were part-time for economic reasons.
If businesses continue to seek highly skilled workers, but those jobs are either isolated in certain parts of the country, or middle-class consumers don't have access to a college education to obtain the appropriate skills because of the rising cost of college, it makes landing a well-paying job very difficult.
If the middle class doesn't get smarter with its money (i.e., budgeting, saving more, and investing in the stock market for the long term), this former backbone of the American economy may continue to wither away.
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No comment, but some ideas.

If I had the political power, this is what I would do.
1.  Stagnant Wage Growth
Now I'm not talking about incentive raises, or raises because of promotions, but ordinary cost of living raises.  I would require by law employers to key wages to the Comsumer Price Index. The CPI is an indicator of the cost of living.  If the cost of living goes up, then wages would go up.  If the cost of living is stable, then no cost of living raise because it isn't necessary.  If you want a raise anyway you'll have to get a promotion or something.  Mom and Pop operations would be exempt because they are small and may be financially unable to comply with the law.  But to keep the record straight they would have to apply for an exemption.
2.  High Levels Of Debt
I would do away with all usury lending.  All loans would be interest free.  A flat rate would be charged.  How much would be dictated by the amount of the loan.  All junk fees would be abolished.  There is no justifiable reason to charge a $35 late penalty.  Five dollars seems fair to me.  After all if there were no late penalties at all, most people would not bother to pay their loans back.  This would apply to credit cards as well.  There would be an annual fee but no interest.  Said fee would be set according to the credit limit.
3.  Historically Low Lending Rates
This is an easy one.  The Central Bank would be government owned, and not private for profit businesses like the Federal Reserve. 
4.  Poor Savings Habits
This is one I can't do anything about.  Some people can't afford to save.  But others who can often don't and blow the money they could use for savings.  I can't do anything about stupidity.
5.  Growing Income Inequality
Since a college education is a critical factor in this, college would be free for all.  There would still be private colleges, but there would also be a public college system like there is with grades K-12.
6.  Lingering Great Recession Woes
If we can transform our unsustainable economic system into a sustainable one, this problem will fix itself in due time.  People will eventually have confidence in the new system and fears of inflation, deflation, recession, and depression will fade.
7.  Growing Reliance On Part Time Work
Once we change the system there will be plenty of jobs for all and reliance on part time jobs for a living will no longer be a problem.  Part time jobs will once again serve their original purpose:  As a source of extra income for someone who has a full time job, a spouse who is basically a homemaker (no gender assigned here) but wants to earn extra money, or for teenagers who want to earn some money and gain work experience.
Now I've already admitted I'm no financial expert.  If I were in charge, I'd appoint experts who would know how to make all of this work and make any minor adjustments as is practically necessary.
In a nutshell, the system will put a strict leash on unbridled greed and lust for power.  I believe that greed and a desire for power are natural instrincts.  No matter what it is, we always seem to want more.  The only solution is to regulate and control these impulses by law.
Dan 88!

Monday, October 17, 2016

Mexican officials quietly helping thousands of Haitian illegal immigrants reach U.S.

 - The Washington Times - Monday, October 10, 2016
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Mexican officials are quietly helping thousands of Haitians make their way to the United States illegally, according to an internal Homeland Security document that details the route taken by the migrants, the thousands of dollars paid to human smugglers along the way and the sometimes complicit role of the neighboring governments of the U.S.
More than 6,000 Haitians arrived at the border in San Diego over the past year — a staggering eighteenfold increase over fiscal year 2015. Some 2,600 more were waiting in northern Mexico as of last week, and 3,500 others were not far behind, waiting in Panama to make the trip north, according to the documents, obtained by Rep. Duncan Hunter, California Republican.
The migrants are paying at least $2,350 to be smuggled from South America to the doorstep of the U.S., where many present themselves at the border and many demand asylum in an attempt to gain a foothold.
“Haitians have forged a dangerous and clandestine new path to get to the United States,” says the document, which lays out in detail the route and the prices paid along the way for smugglers, bus tickets and, where they can be obtained legally, transit documents.
Their trek begins in Brazil and traces a 7,100-mile route up the west coast of South America and Central America, crossing 11 countries and taking as long as four months.
Some countries are more welcoming than others, according to the document, which was reviewed by The Washington Times. Nicaragua is listed as being particularly vigilant about deporting the Haitian migrants if they are caught, so smugglers there charge $1,000.
While traveling through Central American countries, the Haitians will claim to be from Congo. They believe authorities in Central America aren’t likely to go through the hassle of deporting them to West Africa if they are caught, the Homeland Security Department said.
Smugglers charge $200 through Ecuador and $300 each through Guatemala and Colombia, the document says.
Mexico, though, is more accommodating to the migrants. It stops them at its southern border in Tapachula, processes them and — though they don’t have legal entry papers — “they receive a 20-day transit document” giving them enough time to get a bus across Mexico, arriving eventually in Tijuana, just south of San Diego.
Once in the United States, many of the Haitians claim asylum and fight deportation in cases that can drag on for years, guaranteeing the migrants a foothold in the country. U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services said it received referrals to conduct credible fear screenings, the first part of an affirmative asylum claim, for 523 Haitians over the past year.
Other Haitians who are apprehended are put on a slow deportation track, giving them a chance to hide in the shadows along with other illegal immigrants. Southern Florida is a particularly attractive destination for Haitians, the document said.
Haitians are the latest nationality to surge into the United States, along with Central Americans enticed by the belief that lax enforcement policies under President Obama will enable them to stay, even if it means living in the shadows.
“The exponential increase in Haitian migrants showing up at the southern border is truly astonishing, and it shows one of the many consequences of President Obama’s immigration policy, which invites illegal entry and exploitation of the system,” said Joe Kasper, chief of staff for Mr. Hunter.
He said he was struck by Mexico’s “complicity” by granting Haitians just enough legal passage to reach the United States.
Mexico doesn’t want them, but it’s entirely content with putting migrants — in this case Haitians — right on America’s doorstep,” he said.
The Mexican Embassy in Washington has not responded to repeated inquiries from The Times, dating back to last month, on its role in the Haitian surge.
As many as 75,000 Haitians fled to Brazil after the 2010 earthquake. About 50,000 remain, but the rest have left. During the past year, a steady stream has headed for the United States.
The Haitian Embassy in Washington promised to make someone available to discuss the situation but didn’t follow through.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection, the agency that guards the borders and ports of entry, acknowledged “an uptick” in Haitians arriving without permission.
In fact, the numbers rose from 339 in fiscal year 2015 to 6,121 in 2016 — an increase of more than 1,800 percent.
“While CBP officials have made adjustments to port operations to accommodate this uptick in arriving individuals, CBP officials are used to dynamic changes at our local border crossings, including San Ysidro, the nation’s busiest border crossing, and are able to flex resources to accommodate those changes,” the agency said in a statement.
CBP says it processed the Haitians “on a case-by-case basis” and those that don’t have permission to be in the U.S. are sent to Immigration and Customs Enforcement, the deportation agency.
As of Sept. 24, ICE had 619 Haitians in detention.
ICE had been moving slowly on deportations of Haitians under a humanitarian policy in place since the 2010 earthquake. But on Sept. 21, Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson announced that agents would resume rapid deportations of Haitians caught at the border.
Jessica Vaughan, policy studies director at the Center for Immigration Studies, said the numbers show just how much the smuggling operations control illegal immigration. She said there are faster routes through Mexico and into the United States, but the fact that 90 percent of them are coming to San Diego is evidence that they have an arrangement, likely with the Sinaloa cartel.
By issuing transit permits, she said, Mexico was assisting the Haitians’ illegal migration and providing a financial boost to the very criminal cartels that Mexican officials say are threatening their society.
“I understand how this collusion or ambivalence to a criminal phenomenon works in Mexico, but I don’t understand why the Obama administration is letting it happen,” she said. “We could shut this down in a hurry simply by telling asylum seekers that they need to apply in one of the eight or nine safe countries that they passed through on the way. Otherwise, we are just asking to see another 160,000 or more applicants next year.”
Ms. Vaughan doesn't understand why?  I can answer that for her.  Obama does nothing because he wants them here.  It ispart of the plan to increase multiculturalism in America, and diminish White America even more.  That's why he allows things like this, yet a few years ago he deported more than 100 Irish illegal immigrants from Boston.  They were White.
Donald Trump may not be right about everything, but there is no question that we need to build a wall along the southern border.  This is further proof that this is so.   And as Mexico is the cause of the need, they should pay for it.   How Trump would do it is another matter.  He could impose sanctions but if Mexico refuses to pay there is nothing else we could do.
This may sound a little radical, but things have gotten too far out of hand.  I say we should go into Mexico and seize control.  We throw out the corrupt government, reorganize things, get dependable people (if there is such a thing) in power, then give them their country back.  That's what we're trying to do in the Middle East.  Sure the Middle East has oil, but so does Mexico.  There could be money to be made in this so maybe some big businesses might get on board with this.  It might offset some of the money they would lose when they lose most of their illegal workforce and have to hire Americans.
Whatever we do we had better do it quick before it's too late.
Dan 88!