Immigration Tsunami -160 Million Adults Worldwide Want To Migrate To The USA

Once upon a time The United States government monitored and controlled the number of immigrants that were allowed in.

With the shortage of workers due to the number of men who were injured or killed during WW2, President Franklin D. Roosevelt issued an executive order in 1942, called the Mexican Farm Labor Program, which was used to establish the Bracero Program.

This series of diplomatic accords between Mexico and the United States permitted millions of Mexican men to work legally in the United States on short-term labor contracts.

It concluded on December 31, 1964, as mechanization became more widespread. Ultimately, the program resulted in an influx of undocumented and documented laborers, 22 years of cheap labor from Mexico, and remittances to Mexico by Braceros

After the fall of Saigon in April 1975, the capital of the former state of South Vietnam was captured. President Jimmy Carter, in response, authorized the admittance of 125,000 refugees to the US.

In the following decades since, millions of additional foreign nationals have legally and illegally entered the United States, including over 6 million since Joe Biden took office.

Gallup surveys show that in the second year of the pandemic, people’s desire to migrate reached its highest point in a decade.

“In 2021, 16% of adults worldwide — which projects to almost 900 million people — said they would like to leave their own country permanently,” Gallup reported.

The new figures are based on 2021 interviews with nearly 127,000 adults in 122 countries.

“Just under one in five potential migrants (18%) — or about 160 million adults worldwide — named the U.S. as their desired future residence,” the report said. That inflow would add one migrant for every employee in the United States.

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Their migration would spike investor profits — but would also slash wages and spike housing costs for hundreds of millions of Americans and Europeans.

That huge wealth shift would also make it much harder for U.S. and European families to buy homes and have children.

The 16 percent who want to migrate has jumped up from 12 percent — or 750 million — in 2018.

The highest share of would-be migrants currently lives in Latin America and the Caribbean, sub-Saharan Africa, Southeast Asia, South Asia, and the Commonwealth of Independent States.

Thirty-seven percent of those huge populations — or one in three — want to quit their countries — mostly for the United States.

The leading edge of those global migrants is being welcomed into the United States by President Joe Biden. Once welcomed, the migrants use cell phones to display their success to their left-behind home-country peers.

The young populations of these poor countries are growing rapidly, likely growing the number of would-be migrants over the next few years.

For example, roughly 40 percent of people in sub-Saharan Africa are aged between 0 and 14, according to


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