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by Henry Makow Ph.D. 
January 30, 2017

Trump Won Because Americans are Sick of Immigration (Jan. 30, 2017)

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immigration.pngWe all know that agencies like Mossad and the CIA orchestrate most "Muslim" or "white supremacist" terror. Trump must know this too. 

But it doesn't matter because most Americans are sick of immigration regardless of whom instigates terror.

Trump won because Stephen Bannon convinced him to stake everything on this fact.  

While the Democrats were rigging polls to fit the globalist agenda, Trump was looking at the true data. He vowed to stop the dispossession of the white working class by curtailing immigration. 

One of the disadvantages of living in a reality bubble (i.e. Cabalist solipsism) is that the Clinton Democrats lost touch with reality.

Democrats skewed polls and then believed the results themselves. They said Americans were pro-immigration by a 60-30 margin. (See the graph below left.) 

worker.jpgLuckily the Trump Campaign was in touch with reality. A Breitbart article by Julia Hahn published on July 31, 2016, set the tone for the remaining ten weeks of the campaign: 

"New polling data shows that it would be virtually impossible for Hillary Clinton to win the general election if the Republican nominee were able to frame the immigration issue in populist terms that emphasize reducing the overall amount of immigration into the country and protecting jobs, incomes, and benefits for the domestic population."

The poll surveyed a random selection of 2,010 registered voters throughout the nation.

"The poll shows that instead of dividing Americans, immigration is an issue where Americans have reached the consensus that it is a problem, maybe the problem," said pollster Doug Kaplan.

"The polling data suggests that the Republican Party could see overwhelming electoral success if it were able to portray Clinton's immigration policy as a corporatist attempt to flood the labor supply with foreign workers in order to drive down wages and incomes for American workers.

"As the polling data confirms, the most potent framing of the immigration issue is to focus on the numbers and scale of total immigration into the country, and to present the American people with the choice between more immigration and less immigration.

(Left, the Democrats were looking at the wrong data.

..."The media and Democrat politicians uses the term "pro-immigrant" in a completely alien way- i.e. in a way which focuses on trying to help foreign nationals who do not live in America. The new polling information underscores the importance for Republicans to reclaim the historically correct understanding of "pro-immigrant"- as meaning defending U.S. residents who have already immigrated to the country against competition for jobs and resources from foreign nationals residing outside of the country.

"Below are some of the poll's findings:

- By a nearly 6 to 1 margin, U.S. voters believe immigration should be decreased rather than increased.

"Every three years, the U.S. admits a population of new immigrants the size of Los Angeles. Sixty three percent of voters said that this figure is too high, whereas only a minuscule 11 percent of voters said that number is not high enough. Only 13 percent of Democrats and Independents-- and only 7 percent of Republicans-- said immigration should be increased.

- "By a 25-to-1 margin, voters believe that unemployed American workers should get preference for a U.S. job rather than a foreign worker brought in from another country.

"Seventy five percent of voters believe American workers should get U.S. jobs, whereas only 3 percent of voters believe foreign workers should be imported to fill U.S. jobs.

"Democrats agreed with this sentiment by a margin of roughly 30-to-1 (69.8 percent who think jobs should go to unemployed Americans whereas only 2.3 percent think foreign labor should be imported). African Americans agree with this sentiment by a margin of 65-to-1 (78.5 percent who think unemployed Americans should get the jobs versus 1.2 percent who think foreign workers should be brought in). Hispanics agree with this sentiment by a margin of 30-to-1 (59.1 percent versus 2.0 percent).

"There are roughly 94 million Americans operating outside the labor market today. Yet every year the U.S. admits one million plus foreign nationals on green cards, one million guest workers, dependents, and refugees, and half a million foreign students.

"Sixty one percent of voters believe that any politician, "who would rather import foreign workers to take jobs rather than give them to current U.S. residents, is unfit to hold office."



Steve Bannon recognized that white working class frustration held the key to victory, and even  permanent political domination.


'I'm not a white nationalist. I'm a nationalist. I'm an economic nationalist,' Bannon told The Hollywood Reporter. 'The globalists gutted the American working class and created a middle class in Asia. The issue now is about Americans looking to not get f***ed over.' 

Bannon believed that the Democratic Party ditched Trump's potent voter pool after Bill Clinton, who won his presidential election in 1992 whispering to the working man. The Republican Party gained and lost that same group under Reagan. Now, Bannon suggested, parties were catering to the 'donor class,' while everyday Americans were left out. 

'If we deliver,' he said, with the 'we' likely meaning the Trump administration, 'we'll get 60 percent of the white vote, and 40 percent of the black and Hispanic vote and we'll govern for 50 years.' 

'That's what Democrats missed, they were talking to these people with companies with a $9 billion market cap employing nine people. It's not reality. They lost sight of what the world is about,' Bannon said. 

'The media bubble is the ultimate symbol of what's wrong with this country,' Bannon said. 'It's a closed circle of information from which Hillary Clinton got all her information - and her confidence.'


Trump's so-called "Muslim Ban" is ham-handed, especially considering intelligence agencies are behind ISIS and most "terror."  But regardless, Americans want to see immigration curtailed. 

"Immigration," legal and otherwise, is an Illuminati Jewish banker program to change the racial and cultural character of the West.  Trump won the election by appealing to the growing resentment of an endangered species, the European Christian majority in the US. 

Immigration wouldn't be an issue if the majority of immigrants came from this background but apparently very few do. 

At the same time, Trump was careful to stand up for people of all ethnic backgrounds who had immigrated legally. Quite simply, the Soros-owned Democrats were looking to dispossess the American people, but, in their arrogance, they carelessly neglected to rig the vote. 

We're waiting to see if the price Trump must pay to save Americans is to serve Israeli interests, or whether this "America First" strategy is the price he paid to serve Israel. Who comes first? Certainly, maintaining the myth of Islamic terror is serving the Zionist agenda. 

We're waiting to see if Trump represents a reprieve from globalism and the NWO, or just another route (world war?) to the same destination.

Related- Hillary Still Delusional 

First Comment by Ken Adachi-

Glad to read your commentary, an astute and cogent observation that needed an exposition. A couple of points to make: 

1) As Trump stated after signing the Executive Order, it's not a "Muslim ban" as the Left would prefer us to call it, but rather a 90 day moratorium on entry into the US of refugees from seven Middle Eastern countries - Iraq, Iran,  Libya, Yemen, Somalia,  Syria, and Sudan in order to set up and install the extreme vetting process to do a thorough background check on all who attempt to enter from those countries. The other 46 Muslim nations have no restrictions imposed on them.   

2) There certainly was an all out attempt to steal the election through election machine rigging - by changing the vote from Trump to Clinton, AND 3-4 million fraudulent votes made by dead people, about 675K illegal aliens, and multiple votes by no-ID cheaters going from precinct to precinct, and even crossing state lines. The only reason it didn't succeed was due to the rigorous state election laws in place in enough states to thwart election theft, honest poll workers who caught the machine cheating attempt, AND the unprecedented HIGH number of voters who came out and voted for Trump. If we didn't have the huge plurality of pro Trump voters, we would not have saved the election from a Hillary theft. Soros and the DNC jackals were planning on stealing it, but they didn't anticipate the landslide of Trump votes would swamp out their effort. Even for 2.5 months after the election, the Left continues to crow that Hillary won the popular vote when the voter count facts prove just the opposite. 

I find most of the anti-Trump comments posted here and especially the know-it-all cynicism penned by "Z" to be of zero value and only strokes the ego of accomplish-nothing naysayers; the same sort of knuckleheads who tell people to not bother voting because "it's all rigged anyway." Had we listened to that crowd, we would be bemoaning, today, the ascension of President Hillary. 

Note: The Breitbart article continued. 

"Yet politicians on both sides of the aisle, such as Hillary Clinton and House Speaker Paul Ryan, have pushed policies that would do just that. Clinton supported a 2013 immigration expansion bill, which would have doubled the number of foreign workers admitted to the country at a time when millions of Americans are not working. Speaker Ryan has a two decade long history of pushing for open borders. Ryan has called for enacting an immigration system that would allow foreign nationals from all over the globe to freely and legally enter the country and take any U.S. job. Speaker Ryan has explained that he believes foreign labor is necessary to help corporations keep wages low.

- Three out of four voters believe the nation needs "an immigration system that puts American workers first, not an immigration system that serves the demands of donors seeking to reduce labor costs.

More than seven out of ten African Americans agreed with the sentiment that the nation's immigration system should prioritize needs of American workers above donors who want to reduce labor costs.

- A majority of U.S. voters (53%) believe "record amounts of immigration into the U.S. have strained school resources and disadvantaged U.S. children."

- A majority of voters (55%) disagree with Hillary Clinton's call to release illegal immigrants arriving at the border into the United States and give them a chance to apply for asylum.

A majority of women (51.6 percent) opposed Clinton's proposal to release illegal immigrants into the interior and allow them to apply for asylum.

- Roughly three out of four voters-- including nearly three out of four Democrat voters-- believe that "instead of giving jobs and healthcare to millions of refugees from around the world, we should rebuild our inner cities and put Americans back to work." 

African Americans agreed with this sentiment by a 10 to 1 margin (86.3 percent agree versus 8.5 percent disagree). Hispanics agreed by a margin of 5 to 1 (68.9 percent agreed versus 12.6 percent disagreed).

The number of immigrants in the U.S. is currently at a record high of 42.4 million. In 1970, fewer than one in 21 Americans were foreign-born. Today, as a result of the federal government's four-decade-long green card gusher championed by Ted Kennedy, nearly one in seven U.S. residents was born in a foreign country. If immigration levels remain at the same rapid pace-- without any expansions-- within seven years, the foreign-born share of the U.S. population will reach an all-time high.

In the 1920s, the last time the foreign-born share of the population reached a record high, then-President Calvin Coolidge hit the pause button for roughly fifty years, producing an era of explosive wage growth and allowing immigrants already in the country to assimilate.

As the polling data suggests, a majority of U.S. voters would be supportive of similar measures to reduce immigration and improve jobs, wages and benefits for the domestic population."

Comments for "Trump Won Because Americans are Sick of Immigration "

Z said (January 31, 2017):

Trump the Saviour, The Patriarch, The Fatherly Figure, maybe God himself. Everyone seems enchanted by this man and it’s getting surreal. But remember, last time we had such a charismatic figure on the wheel millions of people got killed. Are we going to fall for the same trick AGAIN?

Yes, it is true that Trump’s policy reflects the popular opinions and that’s why he was SELECTED not ELECTED. But regardless of whether he is right or wrong, his policy is going to divide people more and more. Because he simply continues the legacy of his predecessors Obama, Bush and Clinton who all worked to create the Muslim bogeyman.

Do not be fooled by Trump, the shadow government is still the same.

Considering the facts that Steve Bannon is mostly likely a Mossad asset and that Trump’s Jewish son in law (his hander) is now always by his side when he issued new decrees it is plain to see that his goal is to make us all Palestinians.

Don said (January 31, 2017):

People are not sick of immigration, but the type of immigrants we are getting. Send us the Teslas and the Alexander Graham Bells of the world - not the unskilled and illiterate. I would gladly sponsor them and the thousands of immigrants like the ones that made this nation great.


Magda said (January 30, 2017):

Let the mask of civility and fairness come off it has been a mask since the fake 9/11. Had he wanted the ban to be civil he could have put a moratorium against all refugees and illegal immigrants but that would not have been sensational enough for the bigot in chief.

Americans used to export goods and their values and the elite in the third world would betray their countrymen for America. Now the hypocrites overseas will have no legs to stand on and the Americans at home will be crushed when Trump brings few jobs and increasingly unattractive values.

Hey Trump all people are motivated by kindness, hope, fairness except morally damaged folks with inverted values, that should be leadership 101.How did anybody expected sound values from someone who gropes married women, owns casinos, and lies?

Rand and all those think tanks must thankfully be in despair, their country is no longer an attractive option. The Empire's ship is sinking for it starts with denying rights to the weakest (refugees AND green card holders)and then to those who practice dissent.

By the way, did you know that those banned have as of yet not posed any threats to the US?(Is this a form of Pre-Traumatic Stress Disorder as Gilad Atzmon puts it?) Dear US, I will celebrate with the Trumpsters, as your Abe Lincoln once said," "A house divided against itself cannot stand."

Mark said (January 30, 2017):

Large scale immigration is only necessary in a usury system. Immigrants can borrow fresh billions into existence. Thus inflating the bubble for a few more years. Banks love debt-free immigrants. This is also why the slaves were freed in America. They were freed to borrow $$ at interest. But they were not free to leave Marcus Garvey (and many others) wanted to repatriate blacks to Africa. He (and many others) was thrown in jail --

Why did Trump last week place a portrait of Andrew Jackson in the Oval Office?
Jackson was the biggest foe of the merchant/central bankers
Jackson was also the last prez to balance the federal budget

Maybe trump is giving us a clue as to who are his real enemies

TW from Canada said (January 30, 2017):

Good for Trump and good for the American people. Now it's time for Canadians to wake up. If we gauge Trudeau on the idea that any politician preferring to import foreign workers to take jobs away from Canadians is unfit to hold public office, then he should be not only removed from office, but be tarred and feathered and run out of Ottawa (along with most of his caucus, the NDP MPs, and the fake "conservatives" across the aisle from him in the House).

Few people who are dependent on their corporate masters for their salaries in this country are willing to come to realize the simple truth that you don't haul in 300,000 immigrants a year when millions of Canadians are unemployed. This is why they swallow the claptrap on mainstream media about how immigrants somehow create jobs and add to the vibrancy of our social order. I don't know about you, but I don't feel vibrant when I'm expected to accommodate a bunch of foreigners, who don't even share the values of my home culture, to the point where they should be preferred to get jobs first.

Additionally, let's talk about scrapping that ridiculous TFW program in its entirety. All it does is provide companies with cheap labour at the expense of ordinary Canadians. Remember the RBC fiasco a few years ago? Not only were the TFWs coming here to take jobs from Canadians, but the Canadians who would still have jobs until the foreigners took over were expected to train the invaders. That's akin to knowing you're going to be raped, but being forced to make your attacker feel at home first.

I don't harbour any bad feelings toward others based solely on their race or colour, but we don't need these people here. Let's look after the needs of Canadians first. No one in their right mind would toss one of their children out on the street to fend for himself in order to bring a stranger into their home to live, would they? The same applies to the Canadian family.

Luc said (January 30, 2017):

G'day Henry;

I am annoyed and you are elected. We keep hearing this malarkey about "New World Order" and "Globalism" used interchangeably. They are NOT one and the same.

Globalism's dry run is the EU, where sovereignty is destroyed and borders are opened up in order to create a wide array melting pot of colours and blood lines, along with a confusion of cultural moors and values.

The "New World Order" is what we are yet to see appear on the international stage. This will be the "Ordo Ab Chao" or Order Out of Chaos long touted by Freemasonry's moto. The EU is the false platform to demonstrate the chaos and what is coming is The New World Order that will straighten out the chaos. It will be widely accepted and even lauded as a saving grace for everyone.

It may even be accompanied by a treaty (or covenant as the Bible calls it) establishing this new "order" in the form of the long awaited ten administrative zones sought by Freemasons and already in place behind the curtain by the Jesuit Order. They have worked very hard to keep all this in the shadows for a very long time, as the deception must be made to give birth, as it were, to this new child that will take over the controls.

Too much obfuscation of this reality has been in place to change the perception overnight, which is why it will be widely accepted by the masses, and even welcomed once the initial shock of it's implementation wears off. Trump is either a willing or blithely ignorant participant in this re ordering of the international landscape, it matters not to the ultimate outcome because he isn't the one pulling the strings.

John said (January 30, 2017):

Barry Obama was known as the deportation in chief during 2009-2016 saw roughly 2.7 million deportations more than any other president in U.S.

In 2011 Obama banned Middle Easterners; no one said a word about it. Then Bill Clinton received a standing ovation during the 1995 State of the Union address: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PXot9WjUvEw

Trump has locked horns with biggest tech companies abusing H-1B Visa

Program which are capped at 65,000 a year, and an additional 20,000

visas for foreign workers with master's degrees. Demand for the visas is so high that the cap reaches its max within a few days of the application window opening. The visas are distributed to companies through a lottery system. Bottom line is maximize profits for globalist instead of the nationalist. Tech companies: Microsoft, Google, IBM, Cisco, Apple, Intel and Facebook claim the visas are crucial for specialized jobs they can't fill domestically because of a shortage of American graduates with the right technical skills. It is all bullshit to insure paying India workers lower wages than an Americans in which case they still pay an India's $100,000 and if their theory was right then our colleges system has failed us only one in four from our STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) Program is employed.

In 2015 the US received 46.6 million migrants compared with Germany with 12.0 million in second place. Countries exporting migrants India 15.6 million with Mexico 12.6 million.

Robert K said (January 30, 2017):

The first comments by both PM Justin Trudeau and Premier Philippe Couillard characterized the shooting as a "terrorist attack". As there was no way they could have been certain of this at the time, these statements have to be regarded as "spin" applied to the event. The declarations were completely irresponsible, at best.

As in the past there have been other, personal, explanations for such shootings, such as frustration with perceived discriminatory treatment by institutions (Marc Lepine, Valery Fabrikant) or even thwarted romantic aspirations, the "terrorism" characterizations by supposedly responsible political figures before motive has begun to be investigated are clearly part of a scenario being imposed on the incident. Other legislators, the police and the MSM can be counted on henceforth to carry the ball on this interpretation in an attempt to absorb everyone in a collective emotional reaction.--

Immediately after Trump's election, a rash of anti-Semitic incidents were reported in the US and Canada (much was made of one in Ottawa, I recall). Now immediately after Trump announces his enhanced controls on immigration this incident occurs in Quebec City.

I believe these events to be contrived by "government" security services, in large part to create a sense of uncritical "solidarity", which is a word being bandied about by police and politicians; i.e., everybody (at least, all good people) ought to think in the same way. I presume that people have actually been killed, although one has to wonder. The reporting of the events is, as usual, full of preposterous inconsistencies enhancing cognitive dissonance.


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