Mr. Speaker, several nations are involved. These nations, with their thousands of peoples, have occupied someone else's sovereign country. They moved in silently over a long period of time. Some of the infiltrators were organized, some were not. They crossed national boundaries without regard for the rule of law.

The migrant peoples began to colonize the new land because it was flowing with milk and honey. And the inhabitants did not resist the infiltration. The inhabitants of the occupied land paid little attention to the invasion. The inhabitants and their leaders were too busy. After all, they were protecting the borders of other nations.

The colonists from the foreign nations began to take from the new land. They demanded and received benefits from the inhabitants. The locals suddenly became alarmed and asked, how can this be happening? These foreign nations were uninvited. They cared little about the sovereignty of the occupied nation. They came and brought another culture, another language. They moved in and lived on the land because they could.

Mr. Speaker, this ought not to be, but it is. It is the occupied territory of the United States of America.

And that's just the way it is.