The Mohawk Indians don't seem to have a problem when it comes to deciding which ethnics get to remain in their territory, and which ones get deported. See "Non-natives being evicted," where we learn that the local council in Kahnawake, on Montreal's south shore, has issued eviction notices to 25 mostly white non-natives, giving them 10 days to leave the Indian reservation.
Says the Grand Chief's press release: "There have been numerous complaints regarding individuals contravening Mohawk law by residing in the Mohawk territory of Kahnawake without a right to do so." And, "Every single Kahnawake Mohawk knows the law. It is unfortunate that some people have chosen to disregard the community's wishes."
Meanwhile, back on the American front, Roy Beck of NumbersUSA tells of the growing numbers of immigrants (legal and illegal), who are accessing the welfare system, especially food stamps and Medicaid. He writes: "And the welfare use is just the tip of the iceberg. If about half of these households are poor enough to qualify for some form of welfare, that means they can't come close to paying the taxes required to provide for all the extra physical and social infrastructure to take care of the presence of these 23 million new residents each decade."
Read Beck's report here.
Immigration and the SPLC: How the Southern Poverty Law Center Invented a Smear, Served La Raza, Manipulated the Press, and Duped its Donors, published by CIS