Adios, America is a book written by Ann Coulter where she discusses the topics that mainly involved immigration and the exposure of the various manipulations made by the government just like who churches are paid and they get paid by their government for their “charity.” With the book, the author aims to present her view to the readers as how issues like immigration must be provided with the attention that they require.
As she discusses her points regarding immigration, the author backs up her position with statistics. In particular, the massive effects brought about by the implementation of the “Immigration and Nationality Act of 1965” is fairly expounded. Also, it is shown how the “Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986” has not been very successful in achieving control in the migration of the people. In support of this, the author points out that even though there are a number of suggestions on how legal and illegal immigration may be controlled, no concrete plans are made on how they should be implemented.
People who originally came from other countries may be offended when they read the book. Some may also think that the author is inappropriately making negative generalizations about other races who migrate into the U.S. For others, the author forgets that even her ancestors can be considered as immigrants since the people who originally populated America are the American Indians. The book also seems to be straight out racist and oblivious to the fact that the problems of the country cannot be attributed to the flow of immigrants alone.
The book is very straightforward and the author seems to have no fear in presenting only the verified facts that some people of the media refuse to report. She’s also very clear in pointing out the conspiracy struck by the media and the politicians to keep the citizens from migrating to non-western countries. In addition, the book opens a window that will show how Progressive try their best in dismantling America.
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