Photo, above: AAPI (American Association of Physicians of Indian Origin) members met with Sen. Roger Wicker (R-Miss.) in his office to urge him to introduce a separate bill in Congress to expedite green cards for Indian physicians because they apparently are not flooding into America fast enough.

Most of us are well aware of the crippling cost of illegal immigration, keeping wages down, straining our social welfare systems, creating huge burdens on our education and healthcare institutions, as well as the attendant crime and drug horrors. But, how about legal immigration? Are we all satisfied with what we are seeing there?

I’m not!

I am a service-connected disabled veteran. I have been receiving my healthcare from the VA for the past 10+ years. I have NEVER had an American doctor. Not once. In fact, nearly all of my Primary Care Physicians have been Indian. Not like Elizabeth Warren Indians. I mean real Indians, from India. My current PCP is an Indian. Her English language skills are horrible. She becomes visibly upset when I ask her to repeat things, but I feel that it is important for me to understand what she is saying. I mean, I am not asking for directions to Wal Mart. This is my health, my life we are discussing. She also seems quite offended that I insist on playing an active role in my own healthcare. I believe she thinks that her professional advice should be unchallenged. Sorry, lady, this is the only body God gave me and if I don’t agree with your advice, I don’t mind telling you.

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I have also had a few Asian PCPs and one Samoan. Nearly all of the specialists I have seen have also been foreigners, with the lone exception of one male Caucasian American urologist. I asked him how he snuck into the VA. He chuckled without me saying another word. He knew what I meant.

The H1B visa has allowed a flood of immigrants to take high-paying jobs in the US, especially STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) positions. My wife and I were recently in a Costco in North Texas. We were both shocked to discover that we were in a very small minority. If there were 200 people in that store, at least 180 of them were Indian. Not kidding!

My wife works as a dental technician. Most of the dentists she has worked for have been Indians, and they are generally not very nice to her or other employees.

We are told that these foreigners are filling positions that there are not enough trained Americans to fill. I actually find that argument to be repulsive. If that is the case, then why aren’t we building more medical schools to train our own children to fill those coveted, high-paying positions? Instead, we are setting up our own children to inherit a demographic nightmare in their own country.

H1B visa holders can bring their entire families into the US, then apply for and be granted citizenship. Why are we allowing this to happen to our children’s futures? Will they be members of a minority group in the country they were born in, with American lineage going back centuries? How can we allow this to happen?

Guest author Frosty Wooldridge of DC Dirty Laundry shines the glaring, hot spotlight of truth on this issue that is being largely ignored and which will change the face of America forever and negatively impact our children’s and grandchildren’s futures if we don’t face it and fix it soon.

H/T Dean Garrison

Most Destructive Force in 21st Century America: Endless Legal Immigration

By Frosty Wooldridge

“Diversity within a nation destroys unity and leads to civil wars,” said social scientist Garret Hardin. “Immigration, a benefit during the youth of a nation, can act as a disease in its mature state. Too much internal diversity in large nations has led to violence and disintegration. We are now in the process of destabilizing America. The magic words of destabilizers are ‘diversity’ and ‘multiculturalism’.”

Since the egregiously senseless 1965 Immigration Reform Act that opened our floodgates to enormous immigration numbers, our U.S. Congress flooded America with an added 140 million people within 40 years.  If left to continue, another 140 million people expect to make America home within 30 years.  When Congress passed the Act in 1965, only 3.5 billion people inhabited the planet.  Unfortunately, third world countries did not understand Earth Day and birth control, thus, they added 4.1 billion to reach 7.6 billion people globally.  And because of their wretched lives in their own countries, they all want to immigrate to America.  Your children face this demographic future:

Ten minute “Immigration off the Charts”:

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