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America: The Invasion in Numbers

There are currently over 42 million legal and illegal “immigrants” in America. They make up 23 percent of school kids, 30 percent of “families in poverty,” 33 percent of those without health insurance, have almost no education, and the largest percentage immigration increase is from Muslim nations.

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The figures were all extracted from U.S. Census Bureau data in a new report issued by the Center for Immigration Studies (CIS), titled “Immigrants in the United States: A profile of the foreign-born using 2014 and 2015 Census Bureau data.”

According to the CIS report, the 42.4 million “immigrant” total is the “highest number ever in American history,” and the 13.3 percent of the “nation’s population comprised of immigrants in 2014 is the highest percentage in 94 years.”

The report also revealed that between 2000 and 2014, 18.7 million new “immigrants” (legal and illegal) settled in the United States.

Despite the recession beginning at the end of 2007, and the weak recovery that followed, 7.9 million new “immigrants” settled in the United States from the beginning of 2008 to mid-2014.

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In addition, from 2010 to 2014, new immigration (legal and illegal) plus births to immigrants added 8.3 million residents to the country, equal to 87 percent of total U.S. population growth. The vast majority of these new additions were nonwhite.

The sending countries with the largest percentage increases in immigrants living in the United States from 2010 to 2014 were Saudi Arabia (up 93 percent), Bangladesh (up 37 percent), Iraq (up 36 percent), Egypt (up 25 percent), and Pakistan, India, and Ethiopia (each up 24 percent).

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States with the largest percentage increases in the number of immigrants from 2010 to 2014 were North Dakota (up 45 percent), Wyoming (up 42 percent), Montana (up 19 percent), Kentucky (up 15 percent), New Hampshire (up 14 percent), and Minnesota, and West Virginia (both up 13 percent).

In addition, the report revealed that a “large share” of immigrants have low levels of formal education—utterly negating the claims that they are going to “boost the economy.”

Of adult immigrants (ages 25 to 65), 28 percent have not completed high school, compared to 8 percent of natives, the report said.

At the same time immigration has added to the number of less-educated workers, the share of young less-educated natives holding a job declined significantly.



In 2000, 66 percent of natives under age 30 with no education beyond high school were working; in 2015 it was 53 percent.

The report went on to point out that because a larger share of adult immigrants arrive with little education, they are “significantly more likely to work low-wage jobs, live in poverty, lack health insurance, use welfare, and have lower rates of home ownership.”

In 2014, 21 percent of immigrants and their U.S.-born children (under 18) lived in poverty, compared to 13 percent of natives and their children. Immigrants and their children account for about one-fourth of all persons in poverty, and almost one in three children (under age 18) in poverty have immigrant fathers.

In 2014, 42 percent of immigrant-headed households used at least one welfare program (primarily food assistance and Medicaid), compared to 27 percent for natives.

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“Both figures represent an undercount,” the report added, saying that if “adjusted for undercount based on other Census Bureau data, the rate would be 57 percent for immigrants and 34 percent for natives.”

In 2014, 12 percent of immigrant households were overcrowded, using a common definition of such households. This compares to 2 percent of native households.

The lower socioeconomic status of immigrants is not due to their being mostly recent arrivals. The average immigrant in 2014 had lived in the United States for almost 21 years.

There are 10.9 million students from immigrant households in public schools, and they account for nearly 23 percent of all public school students.

There are 64 public school students per 100 immigrant households, compared to 38 for native households.

Because immigrant households tend to be poorer, immigration often increases school enrollment without a corresponding increase in the local tax base, the CIS report said.

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10 Comments

  1. To all budding science fiction writers, I have an idea for you that I believe no writer has pursued.

    You want a best seller whose time has come? Here it is.

    Instead of the tired “go back and kill Hitler” kosher meme, how about our time traveling hero goes back to Liberty Island on that Fall day in 1965 and kills every last one of those GD traitors?

    Then let your imagination run wild as to the possibilities of where the US with the same demographics of 1965 would be today.

    I wonder how many of these tens of millions of “immigrants” are truly aware that their presence in the US was only possible because of a blatant LIE told to the American People alive in ’65?

    “First, our cities will not be flooded with a million immigrants annually. Under the proposed bill, the present level of immigration remains substantially the same…

    Secondly, the ethnic mix of this country will not be upset… Contrary to the charges in some quarters, [the bill] will not inundate America with immigrants from any one country or area, or the most populated and deprived nations of Africa and Asia…

    In the final analysis, the ethnic pattern of immigration under the proposed measure is not expected to change as sharply as the critics seem to think… The bill will not flood our cities with immigrants. It will not upset the ethnic mix of our society. It will not relax the standards of admission. It will not cause American workers to lose their jobs.” – Ted Kennedy

    Teddy was the one who should have gotten the bullets.

     
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  2. The so-called ‘Ellis Island’ wave of mass immigration from Europe in the late 19th to early 20th centuries basically changed the face of America for good. The old Anglo-Saxon Republic was changed into something else entirely.

    This new black/brown immigration wave – which shows absolutely no sign of moderating, indeed only accelerating, will change the USA in much deeper way than the Ellis Island wave.

     
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  3. Yes, this is the aftermath of the big immigration legislation switcheroo in 1965 sponsored by Senators Hart and Cellar, with a lot of muscle from Ted Kennedy. Then, they started rolling out the “America is a melting pot” propaganda to try to convince us that we’ve always lived with black and brown people. It’s “always been that way”. Maybe some Gen Xers remember that Schoolhouse Rock cartoon from the 1970’s Saturday morning TV with the catchy little song, “The Great American Melting Pot”. Total kiddy brainwashing.

    Now, it’s becoming a trend for black people to reject the PC label of African-American, in preference of being called simply, American. While on its face that might not seem like a bad thing until you realize the reasoning behind it. One black celebrity recently said he refers to himself as simply an American because, “We’ve been here since the beginning.” More melting pot nonsense.

    The original colonies in the 1500’s at Roanoke, Popham and Jamestown had no slaves. Those who would like to pretend that America was built on the backs of slaves and has had a “systemic racism problem” from day one provide absolutely zero proof of slaves in the colonies. Life was so hard for the colonists, the LAST thing they needed was another mouth to feed, even if it was a slave. Not a chance. They did all their own labor. It’s the same with the Pilgrims in Plymouth in 1620. No, they didn’t bring any Blacks, Asians, Arabs or Mexicans along with them on the Mayflower. They also did all their own physical labor. The powers that be would like us to believe that slavery in America started much, much earlier than it actually did, not only to falsely imply that Americanism and racism are synonymous, but that we’ve never been a homogeneous nation and that the others “have been here from the beginning.”

    As far as Amerindians go, check out the fossil finds of Kennewick Man, the Spirit Cave Mummy and about 25 others, and see who really has “been here” from the beginning.

     
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  4. I think those leaders probably knew there is not enough young and able people to fight russia in case the war breaks out. Most young people in the west are too weak to fight russians.

     
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    1. A war with Russia only requires intelligent people who know how to operate nukes. But fortunately Russia has better technology, and is keeping the USA at bay.

       
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  5. The concerted attack on European Americans on behalf of World Jewry and their masonic networks can be observed as states like Wyoming, Montana, North Dakota, New Hampshire and Minnesota are being flooded with immigrants. The hatred of the US Administration (actually UN administration) against European Americans runs deep.

     
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  6. have you all (Newobserveronline fans) done the best to stop this immigration madness and support trumph? Do actively and be smart.

     
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  7. what is the point we call our IQ is higher than the invader? But in the election of the President of the USA we fail? ; (

     
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