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Legal Migration Overrunning US

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New research which shows that there are 55 million Latinos in the US has highlighted the fact that legal immigration remains the single greatest threat to America’s future as a First World nation.

According to the latest “Statistical Portrait of Hispanics in the United States” issued by the Pew Research Center, the Hispanic population has tripled since 1980, and one-third of them are under 18.

The vast majority of these under-18s are of “Mexican origin,” and most were born in the United States to immigrants. Hispanics represent over 17 percent of the total US population and 21 percent of all millennials, said Pew.

Some 32 percent of all Hispanics are under the age of 18, compared to 26 percent of all blacks, 20 percent of all Asians, and 19 percent of whites.

Since 1960, the US’s Latino population has increased nearly ninefold, from 6.3 million then to 55.3 million by 2014.

Current projections from the US Census Bureau are that it will reach at least 119 million by 2060.

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The figures are therefore clear: if legal immigration is not addressed by the US government in the next few years, then no matter what the outcome of the 2016 presidential election might be, America will vanish under a Third World flood before the middle of this century.

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