Solutions to Problems, Profits from Misery & Decline: Investments in Prisons and Wisdom from Fredoneverything
"To grasp American immigration policy, to the extent that it can be grasped, one need only remember that the United States forbids smoking while subsidizing tobacco growers."
I wanted to address my post, yesterday: Being a Bearish, Does not Mean I am Depressed or that I will Eat Bugs… (unless I have to).
“What are solutions abitare? Anyone can complain? Don’t come to us with your problems we want to hear solutions!”
So I will try to provide some solutions in order to allow the Fools to sleep better at night. Lets address two of my Bearish issues:
8. Massive unchecked migration from the third world to the first world
19. The US has the world’s prison population that costs an average of $55 per person a day to care for. This is a systemic problem take look here:
Teddy Kennedy and Lyndon Johnson in 1965 set this process in concrete. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Immigration_and_Nationality_Act_of_1965
I am not the expert on the mass migration issue. I will refer you to Fred Reed. Fred is an American expat, who lives in Mexico. Fred is a former Vietnam VET, Soldier of Fortune and DC Police journalist. He is a well traveled, candid, red neck, “been there done that kind of guy” and a philosopher. For those Americans, who have never left US, Fred can explain the world in a language you might understand.
He has a popular blog: http://www.fredoneverything.net/
The Art of Unpolicy
"We say to impoverished Mexicans, “See this river? Don’t cross it. If you do, we’ll give you good jobs, a drivers license, citizenship for your kids born here and eventually for you, school for said kids, public assistance, governmental documents in Spanish for your convenience, and a much better future. There is no penalty for getting caught. Now, don’t cross this river, hear?
”How smart is that? We’re baiting them. It’s like putting out a salt lick and then complaining when deer come. As parents, the immigrants would be irresponsible not to cross.
The problem of immigration, note, is entirely self-inflicted. The US chose to let them in. It didn’t have to. They came to work. If Americans hadn’t hired them, they would have gone back.
"The rest of the article is here:
You can profit from the unchecked Mass migration. Prisons will become more crowded as mass migration of poorly educated and low skilled workers will resort to crime if they cannot find employment. Prisions are a major growth industry look here:
Four Prison Stocks Worth Locking Up in Your Portfoliohttp://seekingalpha.com/article/37484-four-prison-stocks-worth-locking-up-in-your-portfolio