The Failure of Mass Immigration

By | July 1, 2013

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About Cameron Macgregor

Cameron Macgregor graduated from the US Naval Academy in 2007. He then served aboard the navy destroyer USS BENFOLD for just over two years, working primarily as an engineering officer. He completed one deployment to the Arabian Gulf in 2008, a tour that involved a diverse range of operations from anti-piracy to anti-drug trafficking. After leaving the navy Cameron briefly worked for Congressman Patrick McHenry (R-NC). Since, Cameron has been writing and teaching. Some of his work has appeared in the Washington Times. He is currently a graduate student at George Mason University.

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  1. Derrell Poole

    This is very well put. It is fabulously popular to call someone a racist and frankly I hate being called a racist – because it isn’t true. I lived in Denver CO for many years and the cultural difference of the newly arrived nMexicans are very apparent. I have America friends of Mexican desent. They are Americans by several generation. Yes they have certain cultural differences but minor and actually quite enjoyable differences.

    But newly imegrated Mexican bring with them major cultural differences that do generate friction! It isn’t racism but cultrualism that creates the friction! The very isolation and separatism the article speaks of.

    It always amazes me how that a person or a people want so badly to leave their homeland for someplace new and allegedly “better” and then spend a great deal of effort making the new place just like the old place.

    I have some great American friends who are of Mexican desent – and they have just as much trouble with the “wet-back” Mexicans! That isn’t a racial slur! It refers to the fact that they got wet crossing the Rio Grande! So get over it!

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