Category Archives: Immigration

Russia to Give Land in the East… but to Who?

Read More:¬†https://www.rt.com/business/345022-russia-far-east-free-land/ I suspect if Russia is serious about this project, without using political prisoners and massive concentration camps, the only hope is going to be opening up the region, or at least select parts of it, to non-Russians who … Continue reading

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Citizenship and Residency in the Republic of Georgia

The Republic of Georgia is probably the last bastion of the free market in the world. I don’t know how long it will stay that way since people have a way of not appreciating a good system when they have … Continue reading

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U.S. Hikes Fee To Renounce Citizenship By 422%

Not really an issue for any but the uber-rich, and for them the fee increase will probably not be noticed, but it is a rather pathetic sign of the dismal state of the USA today. Rather than try to solve … Continue reading

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Is Patriotism Relative?

Whenever I complain about the way things are going here in the good ole US of A, I inevitably get one of two responses: 1. If it is so bad here why do people want to come here from all … Continue reading

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Obama’s Immigration Disaster Going Ahead Full Speed

Obama has ordered the Border Patrol to stand down and allow anyone to enter the USA. The Mexican government has essentially opened up the Guatemala border and is allowing anyone through. Despite what people think, the Mexicans have pretty tight … Continue reading

Posted in American Decline, Immigration, National Breakup/Breakdown, Texas Independence, Washington Corruption | Tagged , | 32 Comments

Putin on Immigrants to Russia

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