As the map at the top of this story shows us, large parts of America now have a large percentage of immigrants living within their states. Is all of this MORE proof we are now beginning to witness the 'end of America' as we know it and the beginning of an America where certain groups hold rights not held by everyone else? Wouldn't that be strongly against the US Constitution? If we were parents living in St. Cloud, Minnesota, we'd be filing lawsuits right now against the school district if they're allowing Muslims to pray in school and Christians not to.
Buried deep in a PBS article about how the St. Cloud, Minn., school district is accommodating a large Somali population was a telling example of religious bias. While public schools have appropriately been barred from leading students in corporate Christian prayer, this district is going out of its way to satisfy the desires of the Muslim community.
“In the district’s middle and high schools,” the report stated, “Muslim students have access to private rooms with prayer rugs for the five daily prayers.”
The map seen at the top of this story shows the percentage share of the state population of immigrants to each US state and when compared with map below showing the same percentages for each state from the year 1970, we see why many Americans are deeply concerned as many states are now made up of between 20% and 40% immigrant with 1/3 of US states at a level of over 15%.
While we've always believed that LEGAL immigration is a great thing, and has helped to make America what we are today, we've long considered ILLEGAL immigration to be a huge crime itself upon our population and as we see in the 3rd video below, there is much evidence that we are now watching 'white genocide' unfolding.
We also take a look below at an alarming report out of the California dessert where what has been called a huge group of Middle Eastern men were recently arrested after firing guns into the air and allegedly calling out 'Allahu Akhbar' as also heard more in the 1st video below. In the 2nd video below, we learn about a 10-mile span along the US Mexico border that is remaining wide open, allowing anyone who wants to come in to come in.
One third of the nation's 50 states now have immigrant populations over 15 percent, with six over 25 percent, raising new questions about the country's ability to absorb the immigrant flood in schools and the job market, a new report on government immigration data said.
According to interactive maps unveiled Monday by CIS, there were no states in 1970 that recorded immigrant populations over 15 percent. Today one third of the nation's states register over 15 percent immigrant: California, Nevada, Texas, Florida, New York, New Jersey, Washington, Arizona, Illinois, Maryland, Georgia, Virginia, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Delaware, and Oregon.