Immigration from Mexico into the United States

Okay, so there’s a lot of controversy over the building of a particular wall. And most of this disagreement is based within the thoughts that Mexicans are coming into the U.S. to continue their career as criminals or as honest working individuals leaving the rest of us with no jobs to work or crimes to commit. The idea is that by building this 2000+ mile wall (that can’t be cheap) we can keep Mexicans in Mexico ‘where they belong.’ You know, because people in the U.S. don’t believe that other human beings are capable of using things like boats, planes, ladders, or shovels (seriously, Mexicans that cross the border are tri-athletes, a wall won’t stop the determined).

Well, you see the thing is… They aren’t Mexican. Those are Americans! I know crazy thought right? Until you take that thing which everyone hates and, use it to get a better understanding of the big picture (read: History). You see, sometime wayyy back when in the U.S., there were no Columbian or Spaniard populations within its borders. Only the indigenous peoples of the U.S. lived there at that time (read: Americans). The Americans in this era were doing great and had so much land and trees it was crazy. Then people from all over the world started thinking,

‘Hey, this country I live in sucks mad anus and that new America place sounds chill’

‘I know right, most of those Americans seem nice and they have mad land too.’

‘I bet they wouldn’t mind if we moved over there to escape the bull excrement we deal with here in this country! Heck, in time we could all live free with them so long as we’re chill too.’

And away they went to immigrate into a new country. Thing was those early settlers were a bunch of dill holes that had no respect for human life or cultures that differ from their own. So instead of passing around the peace pipe and living happily ever after they decided,  ‘let’s keep taking everything we can.’ And so they did. Slowly they moved westward killing any that stand in their way for gold, land, and Jesus. They argued over what land was theirs and even fought wars with other countries over rights to said land. All the while pushing the indigenous peoples West and South whilst making happy little zoos… err reservations for small indigenous groups to live within. Do you hear what I’m saying here (no, I’m not taking you to the zoo)?! The larger group of the indigenous peoples were pushed West

America (3)

and South

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‘Why, that means they were pushed into Mexico Joseph!’

‘I know blog reader, I know (or maybe this was read to you?).’

Mexicans are actually Americans! Yes, I know, ‘in the grand scheme of things everybody here is “American” considering this continent is named America’ but, that is not the topic today people! Mexicans = Americans, for my math minded folks. Take some time to soak that in….

So, why the heck are we building a wall?! This is their land. We should be welcoming them back and trying to afford them learning resources on their original cultures. You know because maybe they aren’t interested in speaking the language, participating in the holidays, or anything of the likes of their conquerors (the Spanish and English). Or, if Mexico is so bad off that they can not make life happy for their people and control the gangs that are causing the U.S. so much trouble then, perhaps we should assume control over the country? Make Mexico another state in the U.S. and help our country’s true ancestors. They are just sitting there being oppressed…. errr ‘democratic with huge emphasis on corruption’ by a government that is nearly completely Spaniard.

They’ve been mistreated for so long now I just don’t understand the use of a wall. Free my fellow Americans! Or at the very least scrap your expensive and ridiculously sized wall for an equally expensive and ridiculous welcoming mat.