Could the key to why Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton are so devoted to immigration and open borders for the United States be traced to ancient Greek mythology?
We often hear the current White House and Clinton camp describe America as a “nation of immigrants,” far more than it is a nation of Americans. The intent is to sell the idea for open borders. Some politicians preach that open borders offer an array of benefits to those who want to enter the U.S., with anything less often presented as being against America’s values or as crimes against humanity. But for millions of Americans, the benefits of keeping borders open embrace the support of leniency and charity for human traffickers, drug cartels, weapons runners, terrorism coyotes, prostitution rings, and an array of foreign criminals. After all, an uninterrupted supply of drugs, weapons and lawless accomplishments help feed the justice system, along with its lawyers, bail bonders, prisons, and corrupt politicians with the cash needed to stay funded.
Millions of citizens don’t realize the connections between Greek mythology, Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton, cell phones, and the immigration issue. These connections are a primary reason for not building a border fence, providing amnesty to illegal immigrants, and adapting open border policies.
Midas, the mighty legendary king of Greece had the awesome superpower of turning anything he touched into gold. That is why the title “el Rey Midas” has been so prominently bestowed on Carlos Slim, the richest man in all of Mexico, and the second richest man in the world.
Barely any American recognizes the name, Carlos Slim, but many use his products, services and influence. Remember “Obamaphones,” the Lifeline cellphones handed out free at the last presidential elections to voters who went to the polls to reelect Obama? Carlos Slim’s Simple Mobile business delivers the service while his Trachfone company provides the phones.
Carlos Slim has significant influence on Bill and Hillary Clinton. After all, his own Trachfone website reports donations between $5-$10 million to their Clinton Foundation. TracFone, working as a U.S. federal government contractor, were forced to pay $40 million to the Federal Trade Commission in January to settle allegations of deceptive advertising practices. In August, Bill, Hillary, and Chelsea Clinton Foundation website quietly changed the contributions listed by billionaire Carlos Slim as a $1 million to $5 million contributor to a $250,000 and $500,000 one.
It’s interesting to note that the second largest read newspaper in the U.S. is the New York Times. It’s especially thought-provoking to learn that the second largest shareholder of the liberal leaning New York Times is Carlos Slim. It becomes even more incredible to realize that in January 2009, Carlos Slim bailed out the New York Times from a major financial catastrophe by loaning them $250 million. As of October 2015, Carlos Slim owns almost 18 percent of common shares in the newspaper.
It is just a coincidence that the New York Times is an avid supporter, through their news and opinion editorials, of pro-Obama, pro-Hillary and pro-immigration issues? Or is it circumstantial evidence for those that say the more immigrants there are in America, the more Carlos Slim, Obama, Clinton and others have to gain?
Among the guests as the 2010 wedding of Carlos Slim’s son, Carlos Slim, Jr., was Bill Clinton, Bill Gates, past and present presidents of Mexico, and Gabriel Garcia Marquez, a Mexican resident a longtime associate of Fidel Castro. Its little wonder, as Carlos Slim, only second to Gates in wealth, has ownership and influence not only in telecommunications and mainstream media, but it also spreads across the globe in retail, finance, mining, banking, airlines, and technology.