But then I came to the conclusion that no, while there may be an immigration problem, it isn’t really a serious problem. The really serious problem is assimilation.
Mexican immigration poses challenges to our policies and to our identity in a way nothing else has in the past.
Much of what we now consider to be problems concerning immigration and assimilation really concern Mexican immigration and assimilation.
The West hasn’t reached its universal state as yet, although its close to it, but it certainly has evolved out of its warring state phase, which it was in for a couple of centuries.
First of all, we haven’t always welcomed immigrants.
Partial truths or half-truths are often more insidious than total falsehoods.
And so in terms of territorial control, in terms of economic preeminence, the western share of the gross world product is declining as Asian societies in particular develop economically.
Thus, biologically speaking the American people are literally only half an immigrant people.
Immigrants are people who leave one country, one society, and move to another society. But there has to be a recipient society to which the immigrants move.
Total falsehoods can be easily exposed for what they are by citing exceptions to their claims. Hence, they are less likely to be accepted as the total truth.