Testing of WALL Prototypes has Begun – Which Will Have Best Anti-Beaner Defense?

Adrian Sol
Daily Stormer
December 7, 2017

Cue “Yes – Roundabout” music.

The border wall with Mexico is the meme that won the election – a meme so powerful it altered the fate of mankind forever. Once the meme becomes manifest in meat-space, it may tear the fabric of space-time apart, not only removing Mexicans from America, but deporting them from our very memories.

The wall’s power is as a symbol, a spiritual construct embodying America’s will to survive and assert it’s interests against the globalist death machine. As such, it’s important that it’s done right, that it provokes fear and awe. This isn’t something that should be rushed.

But also, it needs to be really effective at keeping these invading beaners out.

ABC News:

U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) began physically testing the southwest border wall prototypes this week, according to a spokesperson for the department.

The start of the official testing period was Nov. 27, but physical tests began Monday, said Carlos Diaz, CBP’s public affairs branch chief for the southwest border.

The wall cannot be stopped – every act of resistance only adds another brick.

Construction of eight wall prototypes in the San Diego sector were completed on Oct. 26. Six companies were chosen to build eight sample walls — four made of concrete and four constructed of “other materials.”

President Donald Trump made the southern border wall between Mexico and the United States the calling card of his presidential campaign. “Build the wall” became a familiar chant at all of Trump’s campaign rallies, and stopping illegal immigration was one of the candidate’s top selling points.

The prototypes are the first steps in CBP’s efforts to build a wall, although administration officials have acknowledged that a future wall is unlikely to stretch from “sea to shining sea,” despite Trump’s initial promise to cover the entire border.

Last week, CBP officials began training, safety and security procedures, as well as scheduling to set up the testing.

Testing the wall prototypes should be fairly simple. Just go the the nearest Home Depot and round up a few Jose’s, and get them to the construction site and tell them there are burritos on the other side of those walls. They’ll test them, alright.

Of course, the burritos are a lie. The only thing on the other side is a team of ICE agents.

Speaking of which…

One of the founders of ICE just wrote an Op-Ed for Fox News defending the necessity of the wall, and used some tight talking points.

Fox News:

Leaving our border unsecured any longer is not an option.

The influx of illegal laborers increases the supply of workers. There are currently at least 8 million illegal laborers in the United States. Over half crossed the border illegally and the rest overstayed their temporary visas.

The illegal workers compete against less-educated Americans for the same manual labor and service-sector jobs, especially in industries like construction and landscaping.

Thanks to this pool of cheap illegal labor, corporations feel little need to raise wages and attract American workers. U.S.-born workers lose up to $118 billion a year due to illegal immigrationaccording to George Borjas of Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government.

The supply of illegal labor has devastated working-class Americans’ economic prospects and made it harder for vulnerable Americans to find employment. One in six American high-school dropouts is unemployed or has left the labor market entirely.

But what about my cheap kitchen extension tho?

Mexican drug cartels also take advantage of our porous border. Lax border security enables the cartels to smuggle drugs that kill tens of thousands of Americans annually into our country.

Nearly all of the heroin and much of the fentanyl on U.S. streets comes from Mexico, according to the Drug Enforcement Administration. Those two drugs alone killed almost 20,000 Americans in 2015. Cartels earn about $64 billion annually trafficking drugs across our border.

Drug traffickers are brutally violent. In recent years, cartels have murdered tens of thousands of people in Mexican border cities and that violence has spilled over into American territory. More than 40 percent of federal criminal cases filed in 2013 were in districts along the U.S.-Mexico border, according to a recent report from the Department of Justice.

Just adds spice to life, you know?

Of course, a border wall alone won’t fully solve the many problems stemming from illegal immigration. Authorities also need to crack down on businesses that knowingly employ illegal aliens. All employers should be required to use E-Verify, a free, online verification system, to confirm that prospective employees can legally work in the United States. A mandatory E-Verify policy with a $10,000 fine for each violation would eliminate the lure of cheap labor that some American employers find so irresistible.

YES.

Build a wall, deport them all, and aggressively prosecute any business hiring these people.

This is what we need. And as recent news have shown, this is exactly where things are going. The future is looking rosy indeed, provided we stay on track.

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