Mass Migration is Costing America a Ton of Cash

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By Jose Nino

Later this week, the U.S. Supreme Court is considering whether the 2020 U.S. Census’s question over citizenship status is constitutional.

Mass migration advocates worry that adding a citizenship question to the census would undercount 6.5 million people. Their concerns center around both political power and federal funding for states.

According to a Fox News report, advocates of border security argue that mass migration is costing American taxpayers a hefty sum of money

Dan Stein, the director of the Federation for American Immigration Reform, says “We’re talking about billions of dollars in taxpayer benefits over the next few years.”

Stein argues that “The payout for the taxpayer is enormous and income to the Treasury is miniscule.”

A study that FAIR conducted in 2017 found that illegal immigrants “are a net consumer of taxpayer benefits worth more than $100 billion a year, not including the cost of enforcing the border.”

In theory, federal benefits are supposed to be off limits to illegal immigrants. However, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development reports that more than 25,000 illegal immigrants receive subsidized housing. Children also receive free education and most of them qualify for English lessons and school lunch programs.

Under federal law, hospital and clinics are forced to provide urgent care to anyone regardless of their legal status.

Pregnant women are also able to receive prenatal and postpartum care through the Women, Infants and Children program. Medicaid pays for infant delivery costs.

A Journal of the American Medical Association study discovered that a federal-state immigrant insurance program costs $2 billion annually in emergency treatments. On top of that, infant delivery expenses totaled $1.24 billion.

Although illegal immigrants can’t receive food stamps, their children, through birthright citizenship, can. The Center for Immigration Studies found that 31 percent of these families use the SNAP program and more than 50 percent of Central American families are on at least one welfare program.

BLP reported that migrant crossings are on the verge of exceeding Bush-era levels.

Additionally, there are other costs to immigration. Europe has become notorious for its immigrant ghettoes, with BLP reporting on the rise of so-called “no-go” zones in Germany.

Taking all these factors into consideration, GOP voters see immigration as the #1 issue during the 2020 elections.

With border crossings on the rise, immigration will continue to be a hot-button issue in American politics.

UPS Suspends Deliveries in Swedish ‘No-Go Zone’ Citing Attacks on Drivers

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By Dan Lyman

International logistics giant UPS has suspended all home deliveries in Rosengård, Sweden, citing attacks on drivers, according to local media.

After a Rosengård photographer did not receive a package he had ordered, he contacted the seller to find out why and was reportedly told UPS could not deliver to his house, “because of the risk of being subjected to robbery or other crimes.”

A UPS Sweden spokesperson confirmed the policy in response to an inquiry by Fria Tider, saying, “Our drivers have been attacked and therefore we have decided not to hand out packages in Rosengård.”

Rosengård, a district in culturally-enriched Malmö known as one of Sweden’s worst ‘no-go zones,’ has been described by the London Times as a place where migrant teens “roam the streets with rifles,” and where bombings and attacks on police are common.

More than 80 percent of Rosengård’s population was not born in Sweden and roughly 90 percent of residents are Muslim.

Sweden’s postal service, PostNord, has reportedly been forced to suspend deliveries in Rosengård on multiple occasions in recent years, as well.

“The postmen can go there without being threatened, but if we drive there with the package car they will be threatened,” a PostNord spokesman told Aftonbladet. “It has to do with the value, what is in the packages.”

“We must think of our staff first.”

In 2017, electrical maintenance company Högs EL announced it could no longer serve customers in Malmö, citing a “prevailing security risk” posed by “violence and shootings” in the area.

Broken Britain: 2018 Acid Attack Victims Aged 11 to 72 in Cambridgeshire


By Jack Montgomery

Acid attackers targetted victims including an 11-year-old child and a 72-year-old pensioner in the first few months of 2018 in Cambridgeshire, hitherto more famous for its university colleges and cathedrals than violent crime.

The handsome English county suffered a number of gruesome attacks between January and May 2018, according to Cambridgeshire Live, citing statistics uncovered through the Freedom of Information Act.

“We take acid attacks very seriously because they can often have a devastating effect on victims, particularly if they are young or otherwise vulnerable,” said a spokesman for Cambridgeshire Police — although they also claimed it was “important to note” that such attacks are “still very rare”.

This is certainly true if the numbers are compared to multicultural urban centres such as London, under Mayor Sadiq Khan, where such attacks now occur with frightening regularity — and police have even been issued with equipment designed for war zones to treat victims more efficiently.

However, the Cambridgeshire figures show nine people were victimised in the county between January and May 2018, compared to a total of 30 between 2012 and 2017 — suggesting a long-term increase in attacks.


Across the country, an average of 15 acid attacks a week are carried out, with three-quarters taking place in London.

A slim majority of acid attacks in Cambridgeshire between 2012 and 2017 were inflicted on women, which on the surface would appear to be in line with the conventional view of victims as women from non-European “honour” cultures being punished for perceived social transgressions.

The United Kingdom goes against the grain in this respect, however, with victims predominantly male and perpetrators skewing disproportionately but not exclusively non-white, and South Asians not particularly overrepresented.

Instead, acid appears to be a weapon of choice for armed robbers, home invaders, and gang members of all backgrounds in Britain’s high diversity, low social cohesion cities, being used to intimidate or disable with little concern for the serious, long-term injuries they can inflict.


Chaotic Sweden: Multiple Explosions, Hospital Shooting in Just 12 Hours

By Dan Lyman


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In the span of 12 hours, police in Malmö, Sweden, investigated two explosions and a shooting in a hospital, according to incident reports and local media.

A “powerful” late-night blast destroyed parts of a shop near Rosengård, one of Malmö’s most infamous ‘no-go zones,’ according to police.

“Heavy detonation broke down a whole store Malmö,” Fria Tider reported. “The entire entrance to the shop has been lost and the damage is extensive.”

Hours earlier, law enforcement were called to an explosion at a multi-family home on the north side of the city.


The residence was temporarily cordoned off while forensics inspectors attempted to determine the cause of the detonation.Additionally, a hospital complex was placed on lock down after reports of a shooting on site.

“The caller said that shots were fired in connection to a riot on Ruth Lundskog’s street,” police say.

No suspects could be located on the scene, but police indicate they found evidence corroborating claims that shots had been fired.

Infowars Europe recently reported on Swedish officials calling for armed guards to be stationed in emergency rooms to tackle the “new reality” of increasing violence at hospitals.

hot spot for migrants from the Middle East, Malmö is now considered one of the most dangerous cities in all of Scandinavia – a region where gang warfare, arson and grenade attacks, and ‘no-go zones’ are rapidly becoming more common.

“Malmo is infamous for explosions. Yet thankfully nobody has been killed by the explosions yet – some of them are just used to frighten people,” former Chief Superintendent Torsten Elofsson told Breitbart upon retiring after 42 years on the Malmö police force.

“We had one case in Rosengard where a group were given a court order to leave an apartment because they were a disturbance for the neighbors. And then suddenly hand grenades and explosions outside the office of the real estate company.”

Malmö was rocked by a series of explosions in early 2018, including a TNT attacktargeting a police station in Rosengård.

Germany: Number of firearms licences more than doubles during the migrant crisis

Germany is seeing a large surge in the number of basic firearm licences, Redaktionsnetzwerk Deutschland (RND) reports.

While in 2014 there were 261,332 basic firearm licences, this number has grown to 600,000 this year. This equals an increase of 130 per cent.

According to RND feelings of insecurity are an important factor for the increase of the licences. Since the start of the migrant crisis in 2015, Germany has seen several terror attacks on festivals, trains and a Christmas market.

“We must be careful not to get American conditions in Germany,” the deputy chairman of police union (GdP) said. “There is a danger that weapons will not be used properly and that their owners will endanger themselves.”

A member of the far-left Green party warns of escalating conflicts:

“More private weapons do not create more security,” said Irene Mihalic, the Green parliamentary group’s spokeswoman for internal affairs. “On the contrary, they have the potential to escalate conflicts into violence.”

Since 2015 Merkel ‘invited’ around 1.5 million migrants from the Middle East and Africa into Germany. It has led to scores of murders, rapes and terror attacks.

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Brussels Mayhem: Police Beaten by Migrants, Ambulance Blasted in ‘No-Go Zone’

By Dan Lyman

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Police officers were beaten by migrants in a train station and an ambulance window was shattered by a projectile while passing through a ‘no-go zone’ in Brussels, according to local media.

Migrants squatting in the Brussels North Station responded with violence after being asked to clean up their mess by railway security personnel, and four police officers responding to the scene were injured, SCEPTR reports.

“There was an incident after a Securail employee asked them to clean up the garbage,” an official said. “Then there was a skirmish with people sleeping in the station.”

Officers sustained “dozens of blows” from attackers in the melee.

“We are asking for staff to be strengthened and given the means to defend themselves in such circumstances,” said union representative Philippe Dubois. “The pepper spray that they now have is inadequate. Political leaders must also take the necessary measures to ensure that the North Station does not turn into a refugee camp.”

Many migrants are reportedly relocating from nearby Maximilian Park to the transit station as winter weather arrives.

“Now that it is getting colder, the illegal immigrants flock to the covered north station, near the Maximilian Park,” SCEPTR reports. “There they cause a great deal of nuisance – there is a mountain of waste and excrement – but above all a lot of crime. The number of thefts rose by as much as 82% and there is reportedly at least one stabbing incident every day.”

Brussels government employees were recently warned to avoid Maximilian Park after a slew of robberies and attacks upon officials walking through the park, in which hundreds of migrants are known to loiter and sleep.

Also, in a separate incident this week, an ambulance rushing to respond to an emergency call near the Brussels Christmas market was allegedly hit by gunfire, according to the fire department.

While traveling through a neighborhood referred to by some officials as the “Chicago of Brussels,” paramedics were rocked by a projectile that shattered a side window of their vehicle.

Trade union representative Eric Labourdette maintains that the damage was likely caused by a firearm, and warns that such incidents are becoming more common.

“The world is really going crazy,” Labourdette said. “Even in a war zone there is a treaty that emergency services are not shot at. This makes it very difficult to exercise our profession properly. There is a lack of respect towards people in a uniform and the violence is only increasing.”

“Among the staff it is already said that this district has become the ‘Chicago’ of Brussels, but there are other places in the capital and other metropolises where such troubling incidents occur. This creates no-go zones.”

As Infowars Europe reported last week, there are now over 1,400 locations across England that have been red-flagged as ‘no-go zones’ for ambulances without police escort, as the rate of violent attacks on paramedics has risen to a staggering eight per day.

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1,400 ‘No-Go’ Zones For UK Ambulances, Attacks on EMTs Skyrocket

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By Dan Lyman

Over 1,400 locations across England have been red-flagged as ‘no-go’ zones for ambulances without police escort, as the rate of violent attacks on paramedics has risen to a staggering eight per day, according to UK media.

More than 2,800 emergency medical personnel were attacked while on duty in 2017, up 36 percent in the last five years, latest data reveals.

“Paramedics are being stabbed, throttled, and sexually assaulted as shameful new figures show assaults on crew members have risen by a third,” the Mirror reports.

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“About eight serious attacks a day take place on NHS ambulance crews and more than 1,400 homes in England are now red-flagged as ‘no-go’ areas without police protection.”

A list of injuries suffered by paramedics in London includes dislocations, fractures, asphyxiation, severe burns, concussions, and even spinal cord damage.

Union leaders are blaming politicians for cutbacks in funding, leading to a severe shortage of personnel, as well as police support.

“These terrifying figures underline that ambulance workers, along with all those who work in the emergency services, are forced to work under an increased threat of violence,” said GMB union national secretary Rehana Azam.

“Cuts in funding mean our ambulance workers are more likely to be working alone. Cuts to police services mean back-up isn’t always there.”

Incredibly, the vast majority of perpetrators reportedly do not face legal consequences for assaults upon EMTs.

The crisis facing British emergency services highlights the effects mass immigration can have upon safety, security, and infrastructure as crime continues to rise while the government’s capacity to properly enforce the law and tend to the needs of its citizens diminishes.

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