[ExI] Just some thoughts, nothing new really
sparge at gmail.com
Thu May 16 12:35:23 UTC 2019
On Wed, May 15, 2019 at 9:59 PM Rafal Smigrodzki <rafal.smigrodzki at gmail.com>
> ### Illegal immigrants know that the likelihood of being actually deported
> is very low. Only 81,000 illegals were deported in FY 2017. This is a drop
> in the bucket compared to the numbers of crimes committed by illegals.
> According to federal statistics, illegals are 2.5 more likely to be
> sentenced in federal courts for crime than citizens in the US,
> contradicting the Cato propaganda.
No, the Cato *data* is for all crime. Federal crime is not representative.
There is absolutely no doubt that immigrants and native citizens very often
> differ in their crime rates. With some combinations of host nation and
> immigrant source the relative differences are astronomical. For example,
> Algerians in Germany commit rape 20 times more often (2000%) than Germans.
> The Chinese in the same country however are about half as likely to commit
> rape as the locals.
> Obviously, anybody not completely befuddled by a political fervor realizes
> that humans differ, they differ individually and collectively,
> statistically and predictably, based on immigrant origin country IQ and
> crime rate. These differences have implications for life and death, not to
> mention economic productivity. Failing to discriminate against individuals
> entering a country based on their likelihood of harming citizens will harm
> the citizens. It sounds like a tautology because it almost is. On the other
> hand, a reasonable immigration policy is likely to have some efficacy in
> excluding dangerous and harmful or non-contributing individuals and will
> benefit citizens. It is only in an irrational political argument that this
> obvious truth could be denied.
You really consider yourself a libertarian?
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