As you know, back in November 2008 right before the presidential election, then Senator Barack Obama stated, “we are five days away from fundamentally transforming America.” The crowd went into an emotional frenzy not stopping to consider what those words meant.
Here we are some seven years later and we’re living the consequences of his statement. There are many ways in which the transformation of America is occurring.
It’s happening with the social engineering and egalitarianism in our military — while its capacity and capability is being decimated.
It’s happening in what has become the post-constitutional administration of Barack Obama, where the rule of law isn’t even considered an obstacle, just a nuisance.
It’s happening with our economy where the goal is to destroy the free enterprise system and private sector growth, in order to replace the opportunity society with one of complete dependency. Our debt has gone from a concern to a dangerous situation for future generations.
However, nothing could be more disconcerting that the fundamental transformation of American demographics. It’s almost like Obama has fully embraced the Islamic concept of Al Hijra. And it also appears Obama has cloaked himself in the concept of taquiyya (lying to non-believers when expedient).
There has been much talk regarding the Syrian “refugees” — which in and of itself should cause grave concern, especially considering what we shared with y’all about Finland.
However, have we forgotten what’s happening along our southern border? We shared with you the story about the five Middle Eastern males — as the U.S Border Patrol terms, “Other Than Mexicans” — who were detained on American soil with steel cylinders. And we know about the pipe bombs found in the home of Syed Farook and Tashfeen Malik in San Bernadino. But some numbers are increasing along our border that we don’t hear lots about in the media.
As reported by the Independent Business Times recently, “More than a year after a massive influx of Central American child migrants hit crisis levels at the southern U.S. border, the number of unaccompanied children caught trying to cross into the U.S. is back on a surprising uptick.
The U.S. Customs and Border Protection agency said it apprehended 5,000 unaccompanied child migrants in October this year alone, nearly double the figure from the same period last year.
Illegal border crossings usually decline after the summer months, but numbers have remained high through the fall this year. A total of 4,973 unaccompanied children were caught at the border last month, a slight increase from August, when Border Patrol apprehended 4,632 children. Authorities also took 6,029 family units into custody at the southern border in October, up from 5,158 in August.
Similar to last year, the vast majority of these migrants came from three Central American countries: Honduras, El Salvador and Guatemala. To put things into perspective, “October’s numbers aren’t close to the record numbers seen at the apex of last year’s border crisis. Roughly 20,000 children traveling without parents streamed across the U.S. border in May and June of 2014 in a year that saw more than 60,000 children and an additional 60,000 family units try to enter the country. This year’s numbers look to be only about half those levels. The Washington Office on Latin America, a think tank, projects the U.S. will have apprehended about 36,000 unaccompanied children by the end of this year.”
But where are these unaccompanied children and what has been the unintended — or perhaps intended –consequences for the communities where they’ve been settled?
If you haven’t been paying attention, there’s a push by former San Antonio mayor, now head of Housing and Urban Development, Julian Castro, to implement a rule that basically mandates the Obama administration’s socially engineering neighborhoods.
As reported by Freedom Outpost, “On July 8, 2015, the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) announced the final rule on Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing (AFFH). HUD describes this rule – “everyone can access affordable, quality housing regardless of their ‘race, color, national origin, religion, sex, disability, or familial status. HUD’s Secretary, Julian Castro, stated that “unfortunately, too many Americans find their dreams limited by where they come from, and a ZIP code should never determine a child’s future.”
To make sure all Americans have access to “safe, affordable housing in communities that are rich with opportunity,” HUD will socially reengineer where we live. Those who receive grants from HUD must analyze “their fair housing landscape and set locally determined fair housing priorities and goals through an Assessment of Fair Housing (AFH). “To aid communities in this work, HUD will provide open data to grantees and the public on patterns of integration and segregation, racially and ethnically concentrated areas of poverty, disproportionate housing needs, and disparities in access to opportunity.”
Armed with such sensitive information, HUD grantees will then force their goals onto existing communities and housing planning processes. “In addition to providing data and maps, HUD will also provide technical assistance to aid grantees as they adopt this approach.”
Tom DeWeese, President of the American Policy Center, explained that the AFFH Rule “will virtually erase the very concept of local rule by your locally elected representatives.” Massive demographic analyses will be undertaken on communities that apply for HUD grants “to determine if there are enough low income and minority people living in every neighborhood.”
Here’s my assessment. The Obama administration is slow-rolling the flood of unaccompanied illegal immigrant children into America under the radar, but it’s still happening. After all, our border is as secure as it’s ever been according to Obama and Harry Reid.
Along with this infiltration will come families, because we can’t be accused of separating families. And with a Hispanic HUD Secretary pushing this rule — funny, it’s not legislation, and once again we have rule by bureaucratic and executive fiat — this will become one of those “emotional” issues.
And you can expect this is all meant to elevate Castro into national prominence as he is the top contender for the vice president slot with Hillary Clinton — after all he did deliver the DNC keynote speech in 2012. And this will serve to make Castro a beacon to draw the Hispanic vote.
Once upon a time we would never conceive of such a thing in America…but these are different times with the liberal progressives. They need the fundamental demographic change of America in order to maintain their hold on power. This HUD rule will certainly be aimed at communities where the voting demographic does not favor the left. If they’re successful in this endeavor, then “Katy bar the door.”
Now, the good news is Rep. Paul Gosar (R-Ariz) has legislation that would defund Obama and Castro’s little community coup. The question is whether the GOP leadership will back him, and remember, time is running down for this year as far as Congressional activity.
If you realize what this demographic shift and the proposed HUD rule means for America, contact your member of House and Senate and tell them to support Rep. Gosar. Folks, this is serious. Obama is focused on the massive global wealth transfer known as “climate change” and the fundamental transformation of America. The long war strategy of the left is the demographic remaking of America — and thereby expanding the dependency society.
Y’all, that dawg don’t hunt!