Immigration: Americans Are Losing This War At Our Borders

Monday, November 11, 2019
By Paul Martin

By Frosty Wooldridge
November 11th, 2019

“Immigration is a form of war in which the violence is delayed.” —Martin Van Crevald

This week, movie theaters opened with one of the most epic sea battles of World War II: Midway. It’s a heart wrenching movie depicting the lives of men fighting off a carrier and flying into Japanese anti-aircraft guns. It’s about the brutality of war. It’s about them killing us and us killing them. We turned the tide against Japan at Midway.

As a service brat of a United States Marine who served in the Marshall Islands during WWII, I walked into the movie with dread. I lived on Navy bases; I lived on Marine bases and I lived the military life my first 18 years. It gets into your gut as the son of a U.S. Marine. You feel pride and patriotism like few others.

You stop and stand for the flag being lowered at dusk. You place your hand over your heart. You stand at ball games while singing the National Anthem. When I entered Boot Camp at Fort Benning, Georgia in 1968, I crawled through the mud, muck, chiggers, gnats and ticks. I learned what every combat soldier faced from the Revolutionary War all the way to Vietnam. War proves itself a dirty, nasty, God-forsaken, and a violent expression of animal nature. And yet, humans war against each other every day on this planet.

We won WWII. We pulled out of Vietnam after losing 58,220 men and 150,000 wounded. That war started the drug invasion of America that has caused thousands of deaths and ruined families. For the past 18 years, we’ve lost Afghanistan and Iraq—but our Congress keeps funding those ridiculous wars. Even if we won, we lost. We lost young kids and $6 trillion. If you count the 6,500-war dead, it’s painful. If you count the 70,000 suicides from active duty and veterans—it’s totally insane why Congress funds those wars that accomplish nothing.

What makes this column so poignant? I’m writing it on Veteran’s Day 2019. This day commemorates the incredible sacrifices of our men and women from Valley Forge to Afghanistan-Iraq. Yet, we’re being betrayed by our own congressional leaders and presidents as to securing our borders as a sovereign nation, culture, language and ethos.

The Single Most Important War We Are Losing: Our Borders

Sobering fact: the one greatest war in our nation’s history—we’re losing —the legal and illegal immigrant invasion of our country. That’s the one war that eventually will kill, and in fact, is killing our country at this moment in history.

This ongoing, insidious and complete disregard for our borders undermines our way of life, our culture, our language, our heritage and our future.

Our own leaders facilitate it from House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) to Senate Majority leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) to all the senators and House members who sit by watching the invasion with passive denial.

Our own major corporations like Marriott Hotels, McDonalds, Hormel Foods, Tyson Chicken, Monfort, Holiday Inn, Chipotle’s and dozens of others employ illegal migrants by the millions. And they grease the hands of Congress to make sure our laws never see enforcement. Talking about our own citizen cutting our own citizens’ throats!

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