What If China Were Occupied by 12-38 Million Illegal Aliens?

By John W. Lillpop

Assistant Secretary of State Michael Posner has taken the “America Is Evil” idiocy to a new, despicable low.

Posner did so by implying that Arizona’s SB 1070, which is merely a reflection of federal law, is on a par with human rights abuses in China.

Adding to his mindless mea culpa, Posner actually bragged that “U.S. officials did not whitewash the American record and in fact raised on its own a new immigration law in Arizona that requires police to ask about a person’s immigration status if there is suspicion the person is in the country illegally.”

Clearly, Michael Posner, like Janet Napolitano, Eric Holder, and others in the Obama administration, probably including President Obama himself, has not taken the time to actually read the law he so enthusiastically maligns.

That is quite understandable, because in the liberal world of demonizing patriotic Americans, there is simply no time to waste on actually knowing what it is that one is pummeling.

Right, Mr. Posner?

Posner’s attack should cause thinking Americans to ponder the “what ifs” if China, or any other civilized nation for that matter, were confronted with the illegal alien problems facing our great nation.

Before he equates SB 1070 with the type of human rights abuses found in China, Poser would be well advised to answer the following inquires:

What if 12-38 million uninvited and unwelcome foreigners ignored China’s sovereignty, borders, and immigration laws and took up unlawful residency there?

What if the overwhelming majority of invaders did not speak or understand Chinese and refused to learn?

What if aliens were illiterate in their own language, uneducated, unskilled, and impoverished?

What if invaders cost China the equivalent of hundreds of billions of dollars a year in public services (medical care, education, housing, welfare) to which they were not entitled?

What if aliens took millions of jobs from Chinese citizens?

What if non-Chinese speaking children of aliens overwhelmed China’s school system, thereby reducing the quality of instruction for Chinese citizens?

What if invaders were to take over the streets of China’s large cities in order to “demand” rights equal to those of legitimate citizens?

What if 30 percent of China’s prisons and jails were occupied by illegal aliens?

What if China’s hospitals, medical clinics, and emergency rooms were overwhelmed by millions of invaders unable, or unwilling, to pay for medical services received?

What if aliens who failed to pay for medical services received in China were nonetheless able to send the equivalent of $50 billion back to their nation of origin—each year?

What if invaders demanded the right to drive without regard to immigration status and that all driver instruction and testing materials be in their native language, rather than Chinese?

What if illegal aliens in China observed holidays from their nations of origin, and took umbrage at those with the audacity to fly the Chinese flag on such occasions, insisting that such behavior was “incendiary” and justification for riots or other large scale civil disobedience?

What if children of invaders born in China were to become Chinese citizens by virtue of their birth, regardless of the unlawful immigration status of the parents?

What if aliens demanded the same reduced tuition rates offered to Chinese citizens?

What if invaders voted in Chinese elections?.

Of course no one can be sure how these situations would play out in China.

However, it seems a damn sure bet that China would do more, a hell of a lot more, than authorize its law enforcement authorities to “question” those suspected of being in the nation illegally.

Does the Tiananmen Square massacre ring a bell, Mr. Posner?