Are Chinese illegals “flooding” into the USA across the Mexican border? With two wonderful, experiential comments from China Writers’ Group members Peter Man and Dongping Han. China Rising Radio Sinoland 240313




Pictured above: three Chinese women talking to US border patrol agents, while entering illegally from Mexico. The Biden administration does not turn them away. About eight million aliens have walked on in, 2020-2023.

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All this manufactured hysteria about a Chinese invasion into the USA is a giant deflection from where the real problem lies: the Biden administration is willfully allowing millions of illegal aliens to walk across the border.


1. ‘New normal’: High number of migrants crossing border not likely to slow

2.7 million illegals crossed the US border in 2022.

Est. 3.2 million illegals crossed Mexican border in 2023. Keep this number in your head.



Someone who I have a lot of admiration for and he’s a hell of an investigative journalist and that is Michael Yon. He’s quite entertaining. He has done yeoman’s work on this subject. He’s been down in Panama. He’s been in Texas. He’s been all over the place tracking this flood, an unprecedented invasion of illegal aliens coming across the border from Mexico. So watch them. They’re really good.

Yon mentions 150 nationalities coming across the border, focusing almost exclusively on Chinese, a bit on Venezuelans and mentions Congolese. It’s 95% all CHINA CHINA CHINA CCP CCP CCP. What about the other 147 nationalities? If people like Michael Yon were reporting on illegal immigrants from Bolivia and Burkina Faso and Bangladesh, I don’t think as many people would watch the shows.

He also mentions “military age males”. That is understandable, given that Chinese men have historically been the ones going overseas to live and work, while the wives/mothers stay home to take care of the children and parents.


3. Chinese ‘snakehead’ gangs are working WITH the cartel to bring migrants into the US – as others walk in LEGALLY with help of CBP One App that 320,000 used to fly in

  • Chinese smugglers operating with the cartel to facilitate passage for migrants
  • Some told they intended to go back to China ‘at some point’ 
  • Others were photographed after entering the country legally using CBP One app

It looks like China illegals are not the poor, the suffering and the hungry. They seem mostly middle class or better (although Peter Man and Dongping Han have a different take in their comments below). This is true of the vast majority of Chinese coming into the USA legally, of which there are about 2.5 million total, #3 behind Mexico and India (


4. Venezuelan Immigrants in the United States

Many Venezuelans have taken a difficult overland route to reach the U.S. southern border, transiting through the treacherous Darien Gap and Central America. In fiscal year (FY) 2022, U.S. border authorities encountered irregularly arriving Venezuelan migrants more than any other year on record—190,000 times—and the 65,000 encounters over the first four months of FY 2023 were more than in all of FY 2021.

65,000 x 3 quadrimesters = 195,000 Venezuelan illegals in 2023. Out of 3.2 million total, they make up only 6% of the total.


5. Growing Numbers of Chinese Migrants Are Crossing the Southern Border
More than 24,000 Chinese citizens have been apprehended crossing into the United States from Mexico in the past year. That is more than in the preceding 10 years combined.

Thus, there are eight times more Venezuelans than Chinese illegals. Who are the other 93.2% of the illegals (6% Venezuela and 0.8% China)? Why concentrate on 0.8% Chinese? It’s because China, the Chinese, and mentioning the Communist Party of China is clickbait. People notice if you say Russia, Russia, Russia, Putin, Putin, Putin, China, China, China, Xi, Xi, Xi for Xi Jinping, the president of China, and CCP, CCP, CCP!


6. Inside The China Plot to Destroy America From Within: Triads, Drug s & Murder | Documentary Steven Crowder

Our team went on the ground to find out exactly how the Chinese Communist Party is propping up the trade of illicit narcotics, human trafficking, and even murder, to destabilize the United States. What we found will send chills up your spine…

This is a really entertaining guy, Steve Crowder. A fan sent this to me because I’m from Oklahoma.It’s really worth listening to and watching. He’s a really good actor.

Crowder also confirms the 25,000 Chinese illegals coming into the USA in 2023.

Basically, what he is showing is that Chinese illegals are coming in and they have taken over the marijuana industry in Oklahoma and are cutting corners. You’re supposed to get a license, but they’re doing it illegally. They’ve hijacked the loose Oklahoma marijuana growing laws. Of course, it also took some corrupt local people. It brings in a Chinese bank in New York City. And a real estate agent, also Chinese, who they talked to.

But then in Part Five, at the end of his show, he just completely goes off the deep end, suggesting that Xi Jinping, the president of China and the Communist Party of China wake up every morning and ask how many more illegals are growing marijuana farms in Oklahoma to destroy the United States. It’s ridiculous. Like they really have time for that and really care. Clearly what all this means is that some criminal Chinese are going to the USA to be, guess what? Criminals! Especially if they come in illegally.

Thus, is this some vast conspiracy for the Communist Party of China to take over the USA? I’ll give you three guesses and the first two don’t count.


7. Comment from China Writers’ Group member Peter Man (

China is a big place with a lot of people, a small percentage of whom are not happy for a number of reasons, and think that they will find their “freedom” and happiness in America. A common denominator is that these people are not very smart, but think they deserve more. They also don’t think it’s fair that they have to work hard merely to get by.

Some of them have joined Christianity, probably because they can say that they’re seeking asylum from religious persecution, many of them will say that they have been maltreated because of their belief. This is not to say that Christians in China are all like that, but that it is easy for disgruntled people to make use of Christianity. These people are not capable enough to legally immigrate to America, but they can put together a bit of money to pay snakeheads to take them across the US-Mexico border.

The snakeheads are probably Chinese gangsters in America who know the ropes. Where there’s money to be made, they’ll provide a needed service. They’re also doing videos promoting how great life is in America for the illegal immigrants, hoping to attract more business. Most of these asylum seekers do not speak English, are not well educated and will be working in shit jobs in America and being looked down upon. Good luck to them and God bless them.

China is not at the stage where it has the time, energy and resources to deal with losing this kind of people to America.



8. Comment from China Writers’ Group member Dongping Han (,

Peter was right.  The Chinese Government did not care if these people wanted to leave China.  There are too many lawyers in the U.S. that need work and money.  I read one account that American lawyers account for 60 percent of world total.  When I was studying at Brandeis, I was also working as a weekend supervisor in the library.  In the library circulation staff, there were three law school graduates who could not find law work, and worked in the library to support themselves and their family.

I lived in Asheville, North Carolina.  There are 45 Chinese restaurants, and 15 Japanese restaurants, all owned by Fujian people except one.    All the people who were working in the restaurants illegally entered the country.   They worked in the restaurants six days a week, twelve hours a day, eating in the restaurants, sleeping in the dorms provided by the owner.    In the morning, the owner drove them to work, and they would be driven home by the owner at night.

Some times, the FBI would storm some of these restaurants to arrest these workers.   I know most owners of the restaurants and when their employees were arrested, I was asked to provide interpretation service to these people.

I would argue most of these people were trapped in the system.   These people did not know what life was like in the U.S. and paid the smugglers to smuggle them into the U.S.   They were in debt to the smugglers, usually in the amount of $100,000.  Paying back these debts took time.   Their families in China also had high expectations for them.

I know a few of these people who completely sacrificed themselves.  They have been in the country for over thirty years, but never got legal status.  They were not able to go back, and their family were not able to come here.  They sent money back to their family in China, but they did not know how their family were doing in China.

I talked with many of these people.   They all regretted their move to come to the U.S. in the first place.

I know one guy from Tianjin, who lost his job in the early 1990s, when the state owned enterprises were sold to private investors.   He smuggled himself to the U.S. and worked in the restaurant for fifteen years, and did not get legal status.  He eventually went back in 2015, when his wife died.

There was one farmer who paid the smuggler to smuggle him to the U.S.  It took him ten years to get his legal status.   He was lucky because he had a sympathetic judge when he went to court to get his legal status.   He told the judge that he was christian and was persecuted by the Chinese Government. It was a lie.  The judge asked him when was Jesus’ birthday, and he did not know.  The judge asked him to read the bible and come back again.   When he came back, the judge asked him another question about Christianity, he failed again, the judge asked him to read the bible again.  It took him ten years before he finally was able to answer the judge’s questions correctly about the bible.   He was one of the rare cases.   He got his wife and his son to the U.S. in the end.

I studied English for seven years in college and graduate school in China full time, taught English five years, and also studied in Singapore for one year before I came to the U.S.  I still had trouble navigating the U.S. society.  When I had to file my first tax return in the U.S. I said to myself, just for this reason alone, I would never choose to stay in the U.S.

In 1994, I went back to China for a job interview in Beijing.  But I found out that my son who had stayed in the U.S. for only four years, could no longer survive the Chinese school system after I sent him to a Chinese fourth grade class room for a week.  I was forced to come back to the U.S. again.   I do not know if I were to make a choice again, I would choose to live in the U.S.

I do not know how these Chinese farmers who did not have much education let alone any English fared in the U.S.  If I were them, I would have gone back to China long time ago.

American lawyers and American judges encourage these Chinese farmers to stay in the U.S.   They thought they were helping these people.  In fact they were helping themselves to make more money.   These people would do much better in China.



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