“Any ‘Immigration Reform’ Must Put Americans First – Political compromise must not jeopardize national security, public safety, or the well-being of Americans.”

Hi Gang


The Spring 2017 issue of The Social Contract includes two of my latest articles.  

Kindly forward this e-mail to as many folks as you can and then ask that those to whom you send this, to forward it along to everyone they can- I am attempting to create a “Bucket Brigade of Truth!”  In fact, if you like my article, please consider posting the link on Facebook and other social media as well.  Knowledge is power and we need to empower as many folks as possible!

In an earlier e-mail I highlighted my paper Immigration Fraud: Lies That Kill – 9/11 Commission identified immigration fraud as a key embedding tactic of terrorists that takes on the issue of fraud in its many guises.

The original PDF version may be easier to read.

Today I want to call your attention to my other article for the current edition of The Social Contract, Any ‘Immigration Reform’ Must Put Americans First –  Political compromise must not jeopardize national security,  public safety, or the well-being of Americans.”

Once again, the original PDF version may be easier to read.

The title of this article is self-explanatory.  For far too long and for far too many administrations from both the Democratic and Republican parties the best interests of the average American family were never a significant priority.  Until the current administration, the policies concerning the enforcement and administration of our immigration laws were formulated to satisfy the demands of such organizations as the United States Chamber of Commerce and a veritable laundry list of corporations and special interest groups that saw in the admission of massive numbers of foreign workers- irrespective of whether they entered the United States legally or illegally, the opportunity to suppress and even cut the wages of a broad spectrum of workers at both the bottom rung positions on the economic ladder, almost invariably taken by illegal aliens, as well as highly skilled workers in the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) professions who have come to be displaced by foreign workers who were legally admitted into the United States by gaming the legal immigration system.

This was nothing less than the engineered destruction of the Middle Class.

Even the terror attacks of September 11, 2001 and subsequent terror attacks and the findings and recommendations of the 9/11 Commission, as well as the emergence of transnational violent gangs as a major threat to public safety failed to dampen the enthusiasm for open borders by far too many politicians.

These politicians have accepted the campaign contributions and the ideology and goals of those who demand open borders and all but non-existent immigration law enforcement.

Some of the deceptive tactics of the immigration anarchists and fraudsters and their political allies were also addressed in my other article for the current edition of The Social Contract.

It is essential to educate as many of our fellow Americans as possible to understand that this betrayal poses serious threats to national security and public safety and also serves to undermine the credibility of lawful immigrants who enter the United States in accordance with both the letter of our laws and the spirit of our laws.

America is indeed a “Nation of Immigrants” but it is not a nation of trespassers.

A clear distinction must be drawn between lawful immigration and illegal immigration.  It is un-American and inherently unfair to not make this essential distinction.



 



Any ‘Immigration Reform’ Must Put Americans First – Political compromise must not jeopardize national security, public safety, or the well-being of Americans

By Michael W. Cutler, Senior Special Agent, INS (Ret.) 







Volume 27, Number 3 (Spring 2017) 
Issue theme: “A new era for immigration enforcement” 

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