immigration

LE GRAND REMPLACEMENT

Qui est Raphael Enthoven ? C'est l'ex compagnon de Carla Bruni... la petite cantatrice avec l'accent de l'Italie... vous ne voyez pas de qui il s'agit ? ah je vois, vous auriez plutôt tendance à la marier avec Sarkozy ? Comme quoi c'est le dernier qui parle qui a toujours raison.

Detention Camps and Deadlock: US Immigration Policy Is in Disarray

Reading Time: 13 minutesSen. Jeff Merkley (D-OR) does not represent a border state. Immigration is not a high priority issue in Oregon. Yet, motivated by compassion, curiosity, and a commitment to the rule of law, he became the first member of Congress to travel to the border to visit the now-infamous immigrant detention centers.What he saw shocked him and ultimately the nation.

America’s Long History of Hating Immigrants

Reading Time: 15 minutesWhen Ken Cucinelli spoke this week about Emma Lazarus&;s words on the Statue of Liberty being meant “only for Europeans,” he was signaling both ignorance of history and a reminder that distrust of the “other” runs deep in the American psyche.As bad as the pushback a

Il n’y a pas que nous !

Fourth of July Reminder: Immigrants Have Never Had it Easy

Reading Time: 6 minutesWe ran this op-ed last Fourth of July, never thinking that immigrants would face even more brutality. Given America’s history, we should not have been surprised.My ancestors — and likely yours — came to the US from somewhere else.

Study Destroys Myth of Uneducated Immigrants

Reading Time: 4 minutesBorder Security! Build the Wall! Halt the Illegal Flow! During  his presidential campaign and since he has been office, Donald Trump has been raising the blood pressure of his base with claims that America faces a massive onslaught of immigrants bringing crime, drugs, disease, and higher levels of poverty to the US.

La fin de l’immigration

 
La mer est inexploitée. La terre est mal exploitée. L'homme est surexploité L'eau, l'air se raréfient et le ciel au fur et à mesure s'atrophie.

Deportation Looms for Mexican Journalist Seeking Asylum

Emilio Gutierrez once had a stable career, home, and family in Mexico. That was before the journalist began to write his investigative reports about crimes committed by members of the military in Chihuahua, Mexico. After death threats started coming, Gutierrez and his teenage son fled Mexico in 2008, seeking asylum in the US.

Congress Lavishes Money on Agencies Separating Kids

How will the new House Democratic majority stop the abuse of refugees and immigrants — and families being ripped apart — after investing a record amount of taxpayer money to incarcerate them in private prisons?In the bipartisan deal to keep the Federal government open until September, Congress approved an all-time record $23 billion for Customs and Border Protection (CBP) and Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), the federal agency that arrests, detains, and deports undocumented immigrants.

A Border Wall as Architecture

President Donald Trump will probably never build one foot of his wall. Still, today there are 650 miles of border wall already dividing the US and Mexico. It’s almost one-third of the entire border. It divides cities, families, private property, and even impacts wildlife and habitats.We journey to the border in this week’s WhoWhatWhy podcast, as Jeff Schechtman is joined by Ronald Rael, associate professor in the department of architecture at UC Berkeley.

Not Everyone Buys Story of ICE Divisions

A letter sent to Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen back in June should have been an internal document having to do with workplace structuring. Instead, it was hailed by Abolish ICE activists as proof that even those working within one of the Trump administration’s most controversial agencies were ready to upend the system.

Le troquet ou la Mosquée ?

L'arabe a élu domicile dans l'un des quartiers perdus de la République. C'est ce qui explique pourquoi il ne sait souvent pas où il habite. Et chaque jour, on lui rappelle qu'il n'y a pas d'abri pour les débris d'un pays qui n'a jamais voulu de lui...

Ces algériens qui fuient l’Algérie

L'océan il n'y a que l'océan, on ne peut être heureux qu'en le traversant... se disent deux jeunes algériens avant d'enfiler deux gilets oranges et se lancer dedans. Non pour y noyer leur ultime espérance, mais bénéficier de la même chance que deux jeunes gilets jaunes français de l'autre côté de la méditerranée.

Josep Borrell: « Tenemos un problema. »

Et ce n’est pas la question catalane qui revient au-devant de la scène mais autre chose: les effets du « progressisme », politique clamée haut et fort par la France, par la voix du Chef de l’Etat.

Interdit d’interdire – L’immigration nous apporte-t-elle enrichissement ou appauvrissement ?

Source :;interdire, 03-10-2018 Frédéric Taddeï reçoit Pierre Jacquemain, rédacteur en chef de Regards, Djordje Kuzmanovic, orateur de la FI et analyste en géopolitique, Elisabeth Lévy, directrice de la rédaction de Causeur et Laurent Pahpy, entrepreneur membre de l’IREF.

Your ICE at Work: Another Nanny Rounded Up and Sent Packing

The US can feel a little more secure today. On July 19, US Customs and Immigration Enforcement (ICE) successfully removed Marta Rodriguez from our shores.

Is The Civil War Here NOW?

In this video, Luke Rudkowski of WeAreChange gives you the latest breaking news on if a civil war is already here now. We go over why people feel like that with all the recent ICE immigration protests, rhetoric from people like Alex Jones, Milo Yiannopoulos, Maxine Waters and others.

For These Folks, the Fourth of July Is Not Just a Barbecue

My ancestors — and likely yours — came to the US from somewhere else. My grandparents arrived in one of history’s great waves of immigration — more than (largely from Italy, Poland, Hungary, and Russia) poured in between 1900 and 1915.

Not Who We Are? Racism Is as American as Apple Pie

When the effects of the Trump administration’s family separation policy became big news, a lot of people commented that “this is not who we are” or that “America is better than that.” Sadly, they are mistaken, because ripping (brown) children away from their parents is exactly in line with the US’s long history of deep-seated racism.

Trump’s U-Turn on Family Separation

Caving to sustained uproar from activists and politicians worldwide, President Donald Trump Wednesday to end the separation of children and parents who illegally traverse the US-Mexico border.

The Ugly Truth of America’s ‘Whites Only’ Immigration System

We always hear that the US is “a nation of immigrants.” But, according to immigrant rights activist Aviva Chomsky, this hides the real truth about America’s immigration history.In this week’s WhoWhatWhy podcast, Chomsky, a professor at Salem State University in Massachusetts, places the current debate about immigration in America in a broader historical context.

Child Separation Crisis Background: Who Caused the Misery South of the Border?

In our interconnected world, nothing happens in a vacuum — certainly not in the backyard of the United States. So while the eyes of the world are on the Trump administration’s inhumane policies regarding migrants and their children, it is worth taking a step back to figure out why so many people from Central American countries are risking their lives to seek refuge and a better future in the US.

AÏD MOUBARAK

Il y a quelqu'un qui frappe à la porte À la porte de notre maison, de notre occident, de notre civilisation C'est un petit noir musulman. Il vient d'un pays dont on n'a même pas voulu retenir le nom Tous les grands se contentent de lui dire NON!   C'est peut être immonde mais on ne peut pas accueillir toute la misère du monde!!!!

Tunisiens, Algériens, Marocains : Qui sont les Trolls ?

Que dit monsieur-le-mari-de-la-fille de celui qui a été chassé de son propre parti ? Je n'ai jamais retenu son petit nom mais seulement son grand mépris et l'étendue de sa méprise parce qu'il croit avoir tout compris. Ce n'est pas son mari, s'écrie Jean-Marie, mais le chien de garde de ma fille, le gros animal qui lui tient compagnie.

La France a calé

Je suis originaire d'une terre, d'un père, d'une mère et d'une grammaire. J'y suis profondément attachée, même si je n'en ai pas l'air. Ce sont mes racines et mon enracinement qui me  déterminent quelque part. La France, ce n'est pas seulement un souvenir d'enfance, c'est toute mon essence. Mon statut et ma stature... mes ratures et ma littérature. L'endroit de mes droits... là où je peux l'ouvrir, là où je vais mourir.

The Politics of Marginalizing the ‘Other’

Government-sanctioned discrimination has always been a tool to establish the superiority of one group of people over another. Whether it’s making a minority wear a certain piece of clothing or setting aside designated areas for them to live, eat or ride the bus. The goal is to constantly remind the oppressed that they are different and worthless. At the same time, it allows the ruling group to rally around an enemy within.

A Kinder, Gentler Shutdown? Don’t Count on It

Some people will shrug off this government shutdown the ninth in a series that began in 1980 because we’ve lived through them before with seemingly little consequence. Essential services like homeland security, TSA scanning at airports, and defense will continue.  

Trump to Decide Fate of Thousands of Immigrants This Week

On January 8, President Donald Trump will make the most significant immigration decision of his first year in office: whether to deport the 200,000 Salvadorans in the US currently protected under the Temporary Protected Status (TPS).Established by President George H.W. Bush in 1990, the TPS program granted citizens from 20 countries work permits and legal residency should a catastrophe — such as a natural disaster, a war, a health epidemic, or domestic terrorism — render their hometowns uninhabitable.

L’amer à boire

Je ne vous demande pas de me croire Mais je n'ai plus rien à boire... À part l'amer, l'amer à boire... Mes fruits n'ont plus de jus... un zeste de citron, une écorce d'orange... Et pourtant, je n'ai jamais été... aussi heureuse... aussi épanouie... aussi ravie. Je ne suis pas tentée par les bras cassés, mais par la main tendue... J'ai envie de redonner de l'espoir, pas d'en recevoir.

Les fins du F.N.

Islamisme, insécurité, identité : c'est le tiercé gagnant... dans l'ordre comme dans le désordre. Avec une légère substitution  l'islamisme s'est substitué à l'immigration. Avec le nouveau F.N. qui retrouve l'ancien, on ne peut ni dire, ni faire de la politique autrement, sans que cet AUTRE particulier qu'on appelle l'étranger, soit présent, omniprésent... pour déranger toutes les pupilles de la nation.