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The Puerto Rico conspiracy

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Remember the Cuba boat people migration to Florida when Castro purged his island of criminals and trouble makers? America welcomed them by legislation stating if they set foot on our shore they were exempt from deportation.

Puerto Rico has done the same thing encouraging their problem majority to migrate to Florida following hurricane damage. They sought FEMA financial aid to help establish a permanent foothold in the U.S. Meanwhile back on the island a hand full of conspirators are purchasing abandoned land and property for pennies on the dollar and dividing up the billions of dollars of U.S. aid money. No one is following the money trail and everyone is still sympathetic for the plight of the poor little Puerto Ricans and their tiny 35x100 mile island..

Florida Governor Scott bent over backwards to appease and encourage the massive influx of Puerto Ricans because he expects them to vote for him when he runs for Senate. Evil deed done there are now enough Puerto Ricans to dominate the vote. They are expecting favors from Scott once he becomes a Senator. The new Puerto Rico will become an island Beverly Hills for the rich underworld cartel and be forever subsidized by American financial aid. 

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6 hours ago, Shekinah said:

Puerto Rico has done the same thing encouraging their problem majority to migrate to Florida

Puerto Rico is U.S. territory, and Puerto Ricans are U.S. citizens, entitled to U.S. passport and all. There is absolutely nothing to prevent them from simply picking up and moving to Florida if they wish.

Nor is there anything to prevent people from San Diego or Los Angeles from moving to San Francisco or some state other than California.

6 hours ago, Shekinah said:

Florida Governor Scott bent over backwards to appease and encourage the massive influx of Puerto Ricans

He is just a governor. He can bend backwards and forwards all he pleases, but he simply has no say in whether or not people move to or from Puerto Rico. Puerto Ricans are already citizens of the U.S., and they are free to "migrate" anywhere they choose in the U.S.

Many, many people enjoy warm climates, to vacation in if not to live there year round. Consequently the tropics are highly populated throughout the world. It is simply false to assume that all residents of tropical or warm climates would all wish to move north if they could.

There is still a conspiracy to the whole Puerto Rico thing, because a Puerto Rican statehood would require the U.S. government to recognize Spanish as an official language, a concept that would immediately spread to Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, Nevada, and California as well as Florida. There is definitely an unmet need for the U.S. government to know what is going on in the Spanish language, and for the court system to adjudicate arguments among Spanish-speaking parties. Mañana is not an excuse, and yet that is all they say.

If Canada can have an officially French-speaking province, (namely Quebec,) why can't the United States have a Spanish-speaking state?

There is still too much denigration of Hispanics as second-class citizens, almost slaves, in that the Federal Reserve and the Department of Labor deliberately exclude them when they collect data on "non-farm payrolls" (i.e., "non-Hispanic white payrolls,") while they brag about the white-shirt black-tie somber-suit economy. The U.S. government maintains a smug level of complicity in major Hispanic organized crime, and at the same time remains in denial of the individual rights of Hispanic or Spanish-speaking citizens -- and yes, I am talking about many who were born in the U.S.; no, they are not all "immigrants."

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They refuse Statehood to avoid federal taxation but want all the freebees and benefits. I call that being freeloaders and we need to cut them loose to care for themselves. Of no use to us as a Territory, they kicked our Navy out and they are a dangerous political entity. The US sure as hell doesn't need them. Don't need Spanish it only breeds ethnic division, is an expense in our education system and should be removed from all products, forms and signs. Why won't they learn English the Germans, Chinese, French and everyone else does. I know why: to perpetuate a need for Spanish speaking employees, an advantage for them in the workforce. The Hispanic culture is not compatible and is discordant with an in your face short fuse. Baby factories traveling in herds and are morally devious.  Recently flew around the island last Sunday and noticed ~25 airports loaded with GA aircraft and tons of yachts, somebody is sitting on a lot of coins of dubious origin and has no moral character with hands out wanting more.

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19 hours ago, Shekinah said:

They refuse Statehood to avoid federal taxation but want all the freebees and benefits. I call that being freeloaders and we need to cut them loose to care for themselves. Of no use to us as a Territory, they kicked our Navy out and they are a dangerous political entity.

They work under the table and then draw Social Security benefits in their old age? Really? I think not. That's the same Mexican and South American drug cartels, whom the DEA, FBI, DOJ, etc., etc. refuse to fight even well north of the border. Yes, a dangerous political entity indeed, but not all Hispanics are part of that. Cut them loose? Oh yes, Russia would be very pleased with that idea.

19 hours ago, Shekinah said:

I know why: to perpetuate a need for Spanish speaking employees, an advantage for them in the workforce. The Hispanic culture is not compatible and is discordant with an in your face short fuse. Baby factories traveling in herds and are morally devious.

The "need" is at the grocery store. You're just as hungry as everybody else. Their whitey-white masters are "herding" them around the farms without documentation to pick fruit and harvest grains and vegetables. Pay them a respectable wage, and you'll start planting a victory garden in your own backyard for the price.

I happen to speak English as a native language myself, but there is nothing special about it that makes it "better" than any other language. In fact the English language has generally deteriorated to meaninglessness since the days of King James and Shakespeare. The British royalty is sneaking into the U.S. government again. That is what the English fetish is all about. The English-only folks are not exactly the ones who got the best marks in English when they were in school anyways.

In California, Arizona, New Mexico, and Texas, there is definitely a critical mass of wealthy Hispanic people who speak Spanish. They are not exactly crying poor in those parts.

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I see no need for immigrant labor on our farms all we should do is make physically able welfare recipients work for any social service subsidy or let the sob's starve. Much of our fruits and vegetables come from Central and South America, subsidizing their economies, and that is a nice thing and does not necessitate labor on our homeland. If we removed all the encouragements for lazy Americans to not work there would be enough labor available. As AI and robotics take over all unskilled labor we will desperately need gainful employ for our native slow burner multitudes.

English probably is nothing special except it is fundamentally the American dominant language and should remain so in remembrance of our Anglo Saxon  origins and heritage. America is loosing it's identity and Caucasian heritage and culture. Besides it is rude for people to speak a language in public not intelligible to all. 

Russia can have Puerto Rico if that's what the islanders wish. Might teach them a damn good lesson to get their act together and manage their own island without endless subsidies and bailouts. I know of at least one PR couple that has maintained two jobs each under different assemblages of their dual names and two SS numbers each. Nice retirement now on four SS checks. A year or so ago all Puerto Ricans in the U'S were forced to get new birth certificates because so many were found to be fraudulent. The couple I speak of were reported to SS administration and nothing was done. Guess who dominates the work force in the SS offices.

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On 4/30/2018 at 9:24 AM, Shekinah said:

Russia can have Puerto Rico if that's what the islanders wish. Might teach them a damn good lesson to get their act together and manage their own island without endless subsidies and bailouts.

Oh yeah, they just love the Russians there. The ladies are falling all over themselves for good ol' Vladimir Putin. What are you smoking?

On 4/30/2018 at 9:24 AM, Shekinah said:

I know of at least one PR couple that has maintained two jobs each under different assemblages of their dual names and two SS numbers each. Nice retirement now on four SS checks. A year or so ago all Puerto Ricans in the U'S were forced to get new birth certificates because so many were found to be fraudulent. The couple I speak of were reported to SS administration and nothing was done. Guess who dominates the work force in the SS offices.

That's the Russians again. You have to understand their way of thinking:

Communism <- Socialism <- Democratic Party <- Unions <- Labor <- Work <- "Social Security Administration"

You've got to read right-to-left, like Hebrew or Arabic. It all goes left. Left, left, and more left. Right is a dirty word. Out with the Bill of Rights.

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As a retired CIA field operative spending over 15 years throughout South East Asia and Japan often playing with agents from the old KGB I know a thing or two about the Russia agenda. Russian ladies in their Intelligence service are a pleasure to work with and manipulate. We often use Tantra to seduce them only to discover they also use it as a seductive ploy.

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