View Full Version : DIVIDE & CONQUER: Illegal Immigration and the orchestrated downfall of the U.S.

10-21-2010, 03:10 PM
DIVIDE & CONQUER is a 9 part series about the illegal immigration issue that does more than just scratch the surface. This documentary shows how our corrupt government and corporations got the idea to purposefully and radically change our countries immigration policy in the 70's and the effects its had on our population, our infrastructure, and our daily lives as Americans.
D&C also shows how the third world's Elite-created, corporate-funded revolutionary movements are being smuggled into the U.S. along with illegals, fueling the fire that has engulfed our country. D&C also does well at portraying the extreme racism, hate and disdain directed at our country, it's citizens, and our laws. The producer shows just how real the situation is getting, with chilling confrontations and vicious attacks from those involved in the debate. What's most important about D&C is how well the film connects the dots, showing you who is REALLY behind it, who's perpetuating the issue to extreme limits, hoping it boils over. Finally, DIVIDE & CONQUER shows you point blank, WHY the Elite Power Structure is manufacturing the drama, and what their end goal is. LOVE IT or HATE IT, IT's A MUST SEE!
YouTube - DIVIDE & CONQUER: Illegal Immigration and the Orchestrated Downfall of the U.S. (part 1/9)

10-28-2010, 09:38 AM
Illegal immigrants in America work for slave wages.

Just the same as American corporations whose companies are based overseas and their products manufactured there by workers who are paid slave wages.

China, of course, is the mother of them all.i agree,but can changes be made do higher ups want changes can the change happen will it happen,there are many questions that arise when it comes to this:)

10-25-2011, 06:29 AM
You're on the right track!
Here is the thing too many people are not connecting to this issue.

It's part of the same game which has our jobs sent over seas

Our economy was too strong for those people in third world countries to afford our manufactured good's.

In order to make our work force financially practical - they needed to make our wages lower.

Why do you think the USA no longer manufactures blue jean material?

... because cheap jeans could cost 60 - 70 bucks instead of $15.00 or so.

They had to infuse a third world mentality into our country ...

they had to make more of us dependent on government give away's and entitlements so they can force us into living on less money while elevating third world countries wages so they will eventually be able to buy what our desperate workers will be willing to make cheaply.