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Immigration is Inflation control mechanism

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Pew: $138 Billion in Remittances in 2016

According to a recent Pew Research report, records from The World Bank show that migrants residing in the U.S. sent a staggering $138,165,000,000 (USD) to family members in their home countries in 2016 alone. To name the top three countries that received the most in remittances, funds flowed out of the U.S. in the amounts of $1,754,000,000 to Mexico, $655,000,000 to Canada, and $459,000,000 to the United Kingdom.

The World Bank collected data on those countries that do track sent and received funds and used a statistical model to estimate the how much was exchanged from country to country.

According to those estimates, migrants sent $574 billion (USD) worldwide to family members in their countries of origin in 2016. Though this is 1% less than the $581 billion sent in 2015, it is still double what the remittances were a decade ago.

https://www.numbersusa.com/news/pew...6ecb50a2a031&uid=2880852550&nid=244+272699400

So who is really the so called deep state that is so pro-immigration and anti-border wall & enforcement. Why its the centrist banksters & Wall Street money interests!
 

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Allow illegal immigration,dilute the labor pool, country,inflate via loans, then get corporations to repatriate billions to offset billions then making citizens pay for government benefits to millions of invaders?


I just see it as greed.

Corporate greed with government approval and the dollar has has a replacement planned long ago.
 

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Let me put it like this:

How many of you would have picked you own cotton 200 years ago to avoid the special status welfare class in the USA now? If you raised your hand you probably should be cutting your own lawn.
 

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Let me put it like this:

How many of you would have picked you own cotton 200 years ago to avoid the special status welfare class in the USA now? If you raised your hand you probably should be cutting your own lawn.
Lived in FL and cut plenty of grass.