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Temporarily Permanent

Oh boy.

DHS Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas announced on Saturday that the extended protected status will be applied to Haitians who have been in the US since at least May 21, due to “social unrest, an increase in human rights abuses, crippling poverty, and lack of basic resources, which are exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic” in their own nation.
Haiti is always in the middle of social unrest and crippling poverty so you can assume that their “temporary amnesty” will become permanent, not to mention the innumerable new “Americans” they will continue to create via copulation and delivery on U.S. soil.
Haiti is a basket-case and always will be for one primary reason: it is full of Haitians. As I have mentioned before, I went to Haiti on a mission trip and it is a hopeless cause. The problem isn’t that they need Jesus or more money or more White missionaries giving them handouts. The problem starts and stops with demographics. Haiti as a nation could be prosperous with different inhabitants. Haitians as a people would be a ghastly failure anywhere they lived. That sounds harsh but pretending it is otherwise isn’t doing anyone any favors. Haiti could maybe be OK with a different ruling people who could keep things under control but with independence has come chaos. 
The Haitians got rid of the European population via the sword two hundred years ago and have been adrift ever since. While most African nations gained independence in the 20th century after decades of European influence and infrastructure, Haiti became independent at the beginning of the 19th century. The difference is stark. 
What is the utility of 100,000 Haitians becoming de facto permanent residents of the U.S.? The conditions in Haiti will never improve so they will just linger here in a legal limbo until a “path to citizenship” is passed and we get another 100k voters who fled from their own country because they couldn’t handle freedom.
What could possibly go wrong?


  1. Anonymous

    Haitian savagery is no joke. Here in New York we are full up with the devils. They are so bad that even our garden variety sub-Saharan rejects know enough not to antagonize them.

    Beloved wife is a corporate director for a nursing conglomerate (i.e. cut-throat Joos who own dozens of nursing homes in the tri-state) but she made her bones in the trenches as RN supervisor and then Director of Nursing Services at half a dozen facilities. The shite she has told me about her staff at each nursing home, even here on snobby Long Island, is chilling. And the worst, by far, have been the Haitians.

    She has witnessed 19 year old "women" racing to their cars to retrieve machetes with which to negotiate with their countrywomen on shift back when there was competition for overtime. Although this is no longer a problem at all (they can't beg or bribe aides to pick up extra hours today) the ever-present love triangles involving dark-complected staff is an ever-present excuse for gladiatorial combat in the parking lot, the employee break room or up and down the halls of those Covid-riddled prisons.

    My advice to anyone at all who is considering it: Don't get old. Lord knows what is going to be taking "care" of you in those old-age asylums.

  2. Arthur Sido

    I recall an orphan girl in Haiti who had a child of her own, the product of being raped in the makeshift camps. She was maybe 14. On the same trip we were going to church and there were a group of Haitians waiting for a bus or something but there was a dead guy right in the street in front of them. They paid him no mind like he was a discarded McDonalds wrapper.

  3. Arthur Sido

    It will take care of itself, one of the less talked about results of a generalized collapse will be the end of Western paternalism in places like Haiti and Africa. We are looking at an apocalyptic scenario in many places. That is part of the plan.

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