Unexpected Crime & Incompetence: Guide to America’s Immigration Crisis Review from Russia
“The alien who is among you shall rise higher and higher above you, and you shall come down lower and lower. He shall lend to you, but you shall not lend to him; he shall be the head, and you shall be the tail.” —Deuteronomy 28: 43-44 (NJKV)
Russia gets it. Legal immigrants (current and reformed) get it. The question is will Americans get it before President Obama and politicians like the Gang of Eight make America’s immigration crisis worse?
Heart-filled thanks to celebrated Russian author, Rostislav, who survived communist rule in the former USSR.
Finally I know what the name of the most dangerous for inept bureaucracy “assault weapon” is. It is Marinka Peschmann: the lady aims her books with the speed, the skill and the good judgment of John Wayne! This latest treasure of my kindle library is truly a sniper’s hit again, both in exactness and in deadliness of each scrupulously documented page. And (yes, I confess!) it was such a pleasure to hear whimpering of her convulsing targets (like, say, pathetic cries of badly wounded Michael Aytes from the USCIS). While reading – or rather devouring with the greatest thrill – Ms. Peschmann’s book, I was constantly comparing her pages with my own observations of emigration from Russia to the USA during the last quarter of century, when it became possible. My observations do not contradict the book’s content even a tiny bit: at first many my friends were singing the farewell “I’m bound for the promised land”, joining their dear families, their invitations for honest fruitful work, their new constitutional chances for pursuit of happiness. Then, in a very spectacular way, the chances for honest immigrants were braked in favor of chances for our criminals, then – in favor of our escaping corrupt bureaucracy (brothers in arms of Ms. Peschmann’s targets, I guess) and, since recently, it’s mainly all kinds of the future free-loaders, with no interest in any work, any achievements or at least in your great country herself – museums, history, art, nature etc. That is, instead of her being a magnet for creators, America was clearly becoming a magnet for parasites. I was witnessing this sad process from the outside, so to say, – and “Crime & Incompetence” has shown to me the inside story of this most strange re-polarization of the American magnet. And it was shown with a brilliance of the highest probe journalism. I believe that even the said John Wayne himself would be proud of a companion with the power of impact, like Ms. Peschmann possesses, – many thanks! My thanks are from Russia, but I hope that the book would Crime & Incompetence: Guide to America’s Immigration Crisis gather the same harvest of gratitude from all the world, and from the USA, of course: it’s a high time to clean your immigration stables finally! Rostislav, Saint-Petersburg, Russia.