Bloomberg: Let Corporations Manage Immigration – Not!
By Daily Bell Staff - September 23, 2016

Time to Privatize Immigration … The West, it’s obvious, faces a migration crisis. Across the aging, stagnating economies of the developed world, citizens are revolting against what many perceive as an uncontrolled influx of foreigners. The U.S. apart, most of these economies are also facing a prolonged crisis of growth. Under other circumstances, the solution would be obvious: restore vitality by taking in more creative and productive people from India, China and other parts of the developing world. But how to do so, given the fraught politics of immigration? -Bloomberg

So it is time to privatize immigration. Great, we turn to Bloomberg to find out how and learn companies ought to pick who comes to America: “Corporations are better suited to the task.

The only trouble with this is that American corporations are the result of judicial force. Too often they are unholy agglomerations of violence, sloth and ineptitude.

No organization ought to supervise hundreds of thousands of people let alone millions or billions. Nor would it absent a trilogy of judicial decisions that keep these swollen giants in place.

Corporate personhood, intellectual property rights including patents plus, finally, monopoly fiat-currency from central banks prop up these corporate titans. Add regulation into the mix as well.

Corporate America is exactly what Thomas Jefferson feared. He was well aware that vast “tea” companies of the day were large enough to control their own armies. They were large as governments but much worse because they were hardly accountable.

As a result, Jefferson and others gave control of corporations to states where they were rarely formed.

Unfortunately, one of the ramifications of the Civil War was to collapse the Republic. Gigantism and corruption of every kind ensued and continues to this day.


There’s clearly something unsustainable about the West’s current approach — the idea that countries won’t seek immigrants, but will by default take in whoever lands up on their shores or games the system to stay.

The task of screening possible future citizens can’t be left to local colleges. Nor should it be left to bureaucrats, for that would require them to differentiate between various seekers after citizenship, something that violates deeply-felt liberal principles.

Companies are better suited to the task. They’ll be quicker to identify the skills that will be useful and productive than governments ever could be. They can pick and choose possible immigrants in their home countries, which no government can do.

And the ability to succeed in a particular company’s corporate culture is a good proxy for how well immigrants will adapt to their new country. Perhaps the next thing that needs to be privatized is migration.

Give this Bloomberg article credit: It recognizes something is wrong with immigration,  which is currently controlled by the political class. But the solution is not to give corporations more power. When it comes to the free-market, corporations are as illegitimate as the political process.

In fact, the current immigration mess is almost entirely manufactured, from what we can tell. Presumably to destroy various tribal cultures prior to further globalization. But an additional globalist positive is that a new form of immigration control can be suggested.

In this case, not surprisingly, the suggestion is “privatization” via corporate management. This suggestion fits with a larger elite trend we have documented that is intended to considerably enhance corporate power around the world. That’s what TPP and the other corporate “free trade” deals are actually intended to do, reinforce corporate control.

This is all what we call “directed history.” Problems are manufactured; elite memes are floated and then eventually, somehow, “solutions” converge and are implemented.

But huge corporations are not be “better suited” to the task of managing immigration. There is only one truly clear and fair solution to immigration:

Allow the marketplace to function.

It is not a hard to do. Get rid of public property that partakes of the “tragedy of the commons.” Allow individuals to own property anywhere and everywhere. Thus, eventually, the entire land mass is “owned.”

Once ownership is ubiquitous, immigration will be controlled via this ownership. Private property makes everything simpler. Maybe that’s why so many politicians seem to abhor it.

Of course this is a ludicrously libertarian concept. But no … this the way that millions of Australia aborigines apparently managed the land for tens of thousands of years. Land was rigorously divided and owned.  Elaborate rituals enforced ownership.

Some of the same solutions developed in the “new world” as well, probably, perhaps because of aboriginal antecedents. It is increasingly suggested by some observers of AmerIndian culture, for instance, that decisions were taken (especially among the midwest plains-tribes) to forego the storage of food in favor of day-to-day food gathering. In such cases sociopolitical structures were regularly shattered and forms of freedom preserved.

Today’s sociopolitical and economic organization is a farcical tragedy in almost every way. People are so confused about their lives and times that they think it is right for a handful of “others” to control the volume and value of money (central banks). They think tribal solutions to justice and property are simplistic and naive even though they worked well for millennia.

Somehow, the notion has taken hold that something called “government” ought to control land (and the justice system) and that a group of strangers should have the right to welcome others onto property they do not own. This is supposedly correct because the land be owned by the “public” – which is the negation of ownership.

Someday, freedom-oriented solutions will again be seen as the solution to social, political and economic problems. Instead of putting vast regulatory apparatuses into place, people will themselves seek to control their lives and destinies – either individually or via modest-sized tribal entities (or perhaps via part-time representative colloquies). If they have problems, they will adjudicate them privately or hire a third-parties to do so. They will create and utilize their own money, with or without interest as they choose.

In some Pacific islands, for instance, “money” consisted of gigantic stones and people calculated their ownership of the stone and kept track. Even if the stones were transported and sank into the sea, people continued their calculations, which were more important than the physical presence of a rock.

Libertarianism (as well as forms of tribal republicanism) of a sort functioned well for millions around the world for thousands of years. Yet today it is seen as simplistic and the desired and necessary solution is that a handful of connected individuals (masquerading as strangers to one another) take charge of every decision, large and small, that used to be reserved to the individual or tribal group.

Anarchy, which is merely the absence of this prevailing, sociopathic control, is seen as something to be feared.  And to suggest freedom and ownership as a tool to break down the prevailing and increasingly genocidal orthodoxy will usually provide baffling moments of vague embarrassment.

Conclusion: There are proven solutions to almost problem ailing modern societies. What we have today is so evil on so many fronts that it is hard to believe it is anything but purposefully malevolent.


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  • Ray921

    This sounds as poorly thought out as I find typical leftist solutions. So when the whole land mass of earth is owned by the wealthy, what happens to those who own no land and can’t pay rent? Can they be pushed into the ocean even if they have no boat?

    • How is it leftist to own property?

      • NietzschesNephew

        how far left you looking? its not binary, its a sliding scale

        Im not exactly a fan, but degrees of it work (ed) in societies that have homogeneity of values and puritan work ethic.

        IT will be interesting to see how free market ideals unwind the left states of Denmark Sweden, etc now that there are considerably more freeloaders.

      • Ray921

        I neither think private property is leftist nor insinuated it. I just compared your proposed “solution” to what I consider (and reject) as perhaps novel but poorly thought-out solutions so prevalent on the left. But I’m not about insults. I’d like your answer to some serious questions.

  • Don Duncan

    “Purposefully malevolent”? No, it is the inevitable result of a ruling elite, which can only exist if enough people buy the authoritarian protection racket. Wealth and power is being ever more concentrated. That is what people given power do: Transfer power and wealth to themselves. It’s so simple and obvious, unless the populace is a victim of public indoctrination(schooling), which cripples the cognitive facility.

  • lois

    My thought, the serpent seed want to destroy all white Judeo/Christian nations.

    • gary

      Hey Lois; paranoia strikes deep. Looks like you’ve been stricken. “The sky is falling, the sky is falling!”

      • lois

        Gary, this U.S. was created/founded by the white Judeo/Christian. It became a great nation because of our beliefs.

        Many of our laws were founded on our beliefs. Usually a country writes their laws on their beliefs. But, an enemy has infiltrated into our government/institutions. We have had many of our belief laws repealed.

        Are white people allowed to have a country they can call their own? It appears the world wants what we have. Multiculturalism is the work of the ungodly communist.

        Until the nation turns back to God’s Word, instructions, our country will continue to decline. Political correctness is wrong.

        The Scripture says, in the latter days, the serpent seed/satan, in order to control/destroy, will use four dynasties…EDUCATION, ECONOMICS, POLITICS, RELIGION.

        I can see satan’s work in the world today.

  • rahrog

    Your conclusion is spot on DB. In America the people still have the ability to strike down the evil centralized power structures. Sadly, the will to take action seems to be lacking in the vast majority of the people.

  • Wrusssr

    Corporations taking over immigration? Sounds like a good ide . . . oh, wait a minute. How’s that privatized prison thing working out? Heard Super 8 was looking into converting some empties in hopes of gaining ground on Holiday. Rooms turned out a little small, balconies a little high, restaurant area a little large.

    Right to own property? Oh, the Grand Poobah’s might grab a few acres here and there to follow the hounds, but immigrants? Useless Eaters? Flyovers? Perish the thought! Them days is coming to an end. That’s what all the fist fights in Duma were all about when ‘The Wall’ came down. Any good communist will tell you private property is the first thing that has to go. That’s why the boys behind the curtain and their UN brethren are working feverishly through their Czarist alpha agencies they quietly bought and assembled legislatively over the decades to gain control of all property and water in the U.S. Rule of law for white collar thieves and killers is almost gone. Right to own property is teetering. Absent either of these you have an –ism, not a nation. And the worrisome part? It’s going to turn on a congressional committee.

    An important Senate report and a committee’s intended action.

  • Ernie Hopkins

    Excellent piece!!!!!!

  • Earn nest

    American corporations aren’t really “American” corporations for a large part anyway and like Disney can be expected to work against the country’s best interest if it isn’t their own.