Every expert and economist agrees: bringing millions of random people from Mexico and Central America to the United States causes trillions of dollars to start raining down from the sky! But the government of El Salvador doesn’t seem to believe. The lengths they are willing to go through just to prevent their own citizens from coming home is hilarious. El Salvadore's foreign minister is now in Qatar begging the oil sheiks to take the 200,000 who lost their TPS status and are marked for deportation off his hands.
A welfare state is where a large portion of the population live on money provided free by the government. These people are dependant upon the government so will always vote for bigger government rather than smaller. Governments only get money by robbery. Everyone who receives welfare is getting money robbed from others for the amounts going beyond what they themselves paid in taxes. Private charities unlike a welfare state will try to help a person get out from welfare and survive on their own instead of having them be dependent upon it.
Before 1965, the immigrants into the USA (who up until that time were mostly from Western Europe) received no welfare. Since that time in the USA and since around that time in other white countries, immigrants come in from Third World countries. They are paid wages too low to live on and then the government pays them many times their wages in welfare. So what is happening is the government is taking money from the taxpayer and paying the wages of workers for rich corporations. A similar thing has happened in all white countries, but the year varies. It is generally in the 1960s.
As African American, George Mason University professor Walter E. Williams puts it: “The welfare state [brought by Communist Jews] has done to black Americans what slavery couldn't do, what Jim Crow couldn't do, what the harshest racism couldn't do. And that is to destroy the black family.”
Ideologies supporting it
It is based on the principles of equality of opportunity, equitable distribution of wealth, and public responsibility for those unable to avail themselves of the minimal provisions for a good life. The general term may cover a variety of forms of economic and social organization
There are two main interpretations of the idea of a welfare state:
- A model in which the state assumes primary responsibility for the welfare of its citizens. This responsibility in theory ought to be comprehensive, because all aspects of welfare are considered and universally applied to citizens as a "right".
- Welfare state can also mean the creation of a "social safety net" of minimum standards of varying forms of welfare.
- Welfare state can also mean: Bank bailouts, no-bid-contracts for defence companies, huge salaries for lazy state employees asf.
There is some confusion between a "welfare state" and a "welfare society," and debate about how each term should be defined. In many countries, especially in the United States, some degree of welfare is not actually provided by the state, but directly to welfare recipients from a combination of independent volunteers, corporations (both non-profit charitable corporations as well as for-profit corporations), and government services. This phenomenon has been termed a "welfare society," and the term "welfare system" has been used to describe the range of welfare state and welfare society mixes that are found. The welfare state involves a direct transfer of funds from the public sector to welfare recipients, but indirectly, the private sector is often contributing those funds via redistributionist taxation; the welfare state has been referred to as a type of "mixed economy."
While the UK pays billions in welfare to immigrants, it tries not to for its own citizens. For instance a boy of British ancestry, Tommi Miller, was battling leukaemia and the government cut all his benefits off and he had to be fed by foodbacks (non-government charities).
First problem is the welfare cliff. This is that a person gets more benefits by making little money and being on welfare than making 1.5x their income and being off welfare. This discourages people from getting off welfare and if people do want to make more money, they will make it under the table. Another problem is when the government does charity, only 30% gets to the poor as opposed to 85% with a private charity and 100% doing it yourself.
Welfare state redistributes wealth from hard working and willing to work to the social weak, for whatever reason, after the rich took most of the wealth from everyone to begin with.
If a welfare state creates or accepts a large number of people, who are unwilling to work, finally nothing remains to redistribute, and the state sinks into poverty. For example if European states accept colored, highly reproductive "immigrants". This can also happen, if the redistribution is unbalanced, and a not working's income is comparable to a hard working one. This is the case in many post Bolshevistic countries, where the post Bolshevistic liberal state supports Gypsy and other colored reproduction by providing liberal family support according to child count.
US government jobs are typically higher paid and with far better benefits than private sector jobs for the same about of qualifications. So who do these government agencies hire, but non-citizen immigrants. This even include the welfare offices. For every $200 million Employment Development Department project, with the exception of two managers, everyone inside the office is from outside of the USA. They are mostly Indian nationals with Visas that can last as long as 6 years. 
The Welfare state is a concept to cloud the fact that in current neoliberalism, most people have nothing and won't ever get anything worth mentioning. In order to pacify the poor and stop them from redistributing wealth equally, as it would happen in nature, schemes like the W. are concocted. This does not fundamentally solve the problem of a tiny class of people who usurped most of the land and most of all commodities.
Extra educational opportunities for blacks
- The Weekend Interview with Walter Williams: The State Against Blacks - WSJ
- Encyclopædia Britannica's article welfare state
- Gould, Arthur (1993). Capitalist Welfare Systems. New York: Longman. ISBN 0-582-08349-4.
- "Welfare state." Encyclopedia of Political Economy. Ed. Phillip Anthony O'Hara. Routledge, 1999. p. 1245
- The Truth About Welfare: Past, Present and Future
- The Fable of the Squirrel and the Grasshopper
- Get Welfare or Die Trying: 400 Migrants Drown in Mediterranean (Excellent use of sarcasm in the article.)