The Megamerge Dissolution Solution to the U.S.-Mexico Border Problem
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Original Publication Date: Apr. 30, 2010. Last Update: Apr. 30, 2010.
Long before white Europeans began colonizing America, it was the home of
native Americans. Too bad, the Euros had no respect for them or their cultures
and civilizations, and took over the entire hemisphere via horrible genocide.
When the dust settled, the southern hemisphere was controlled by Roman Catholics,
the northern hemisphere by Protestants. After centuries of evolution, the United
States of America and Mexico developed their current configurations and common
2K-mi. border, which has increasingly become a lawless scene used for drug dealing
as well as a unidirectional sieve for Mexicans going to the U.S. to work and/or
live permanently, with Mexico being dependent on the U.S. in an unhealthy way that
is causing many problems. Meanwhile religion has lost its importance as a reason
to separate the hemispheres, as most have become areligious or at least secular,
recognizing the need to separate church and state, and racism has increasingly
become kaput, all combining to end any reason for two separate nations to exist.
The Megamerge Dissolution Solution is a plan for ending all the problems caused
by the U.S.-Mexico border by dissolving it and expanding it to the oceans while
incorporating Mexico into the U.S. as 10+ new states, in the hope that they will
become vibrant economic zones that create millions of jobs for all 414 million
Americans, who won’t need passports to travel state-to-state anymore, while
enfranchising all Mexicans and giving them a say in how the U.S. is run permanently.
Because the U.S. has all the power and started the whole mess in the first place
back in 1848, it has to take the first step, with Congress officially inviting the
people of Mexico to forget past grudges and dissolve their failed country and government
in stages in return for forming new U.S. states and petitioning for statehood with
new constitutions and boundaries that Congress must approve. It is proposed that
Mexico form 10 new states for starters, but more might be possible down the line as
The people of Mexico take the second step by making a national decision to accept
Congress’ proposal, probably via referendum. The politics of deciding the boundaries,
names, and political representatives of each new state will be up to them, with the
U.S. providing financial, technical and even military support as required.
Once the process reaches the right point, the U.S. military will move in and set
up bases to end all lawlessness and provide a safe atmosphere for future development.
At a certain point the govt. of Mexico will hand over sovereignty and dissolve, and
a new 60+-star U.S. flag will fly over Old Mexico, with all Mexicans becoming U.S.
citizens with full rights, and electing federal representatives to take their seats
in Washington D.C. In order to make a new start, immunity will be granted for all
Mexican govt. officials, and all past criminal immigration records for the new citizens
will be erased.
The U.S. will provide massive support for both northward and southward migration,
via grants, tax incentives, facilities and transportation, etc. The southward migrants
will buy land and set up new English-speaking cities and hire from the new enlarged
pool of 414 million Americans, who will be protected from “carpetbaggers” by U.S. laws.
Hopefully Congress will enact legislation to create U.S.-Mexico Megamerge Day,
an annual celebration held on May 5 (Cinco de Mayo), making the U.S. a model bilingual
nation that has learned to celebrate its diversity and share the New World in peace
Sounds simple, and it can be, or it can be difficult, depending on the willingness
of all involved to drop all racism, white/brown/red supremacy, religious prejudice,
and past grudges, and work to accept each other and make a new start so the 21st
century is the greatest America has ever known. Does the New World want to repeat
the mistakes of the Old World, or show them the way that all can learn to accept
each other’s existence and enjoy sharing?
How do we get started? We need politicians on both sides of the border to come out
in support, and we need the U.S. govt. to work on all the legal, political, financial,
and logistical details, hopefully in a bipartisan effort. Will you be the first
U.S. congressperson to announce that you’re a Megamerger? TLW is not a politician
and is willing to share any credit with politicans who take his idea and make it a
reality. Will it be you? And will you be dedicated to keeping the effort bipartisan
and not descend into partisan politics no matter how much pressure or temptation?
Do you want your grandkids to enjoy a bigger better freer U.S., and if so, are you
willing to do what it takes?