President Trump’s plan to quickly deport millions of families will cost $billions. This provides an opportunity for travel companies with effective apps to make huge profits.
President Trump’s new executive order could mass deport over 8 Million people. Insiders estimate that the cost of arrest, detainment, and transportation will cost America at least $5,000 each or $40,000,000,000!
When it comes to deportations, the standard for efficiency was set by Germany in the 1940’s
This requires staff, equipment and facilities that the American government does not have. They don’t want to spend billions on a project they will complete in a few years. The final solution will come from fast adapting travel companies. An instant gold rush for companies who have the technology and flexibility to supply these resources under contract. UberCuff, Airbednbars, and even the Trump Organization are acting fast to cash in on the spending spree.
How it works – The Arrest:
The Department of Homeland Security will hire a large force of officers to investigate and arrest the illegal families (another large expense). They will have an UberCuff app to call up the closest armed detainment vehicle, of the right size, to haul deportees to the nearest detainment center. The app will sort them and they will be held until there is a full load to deport.
Google Location and phone provider tracking technology could give Homeland Security valuable information to easily locate their targets. Wireless companies are losing these customers anyway so it will be a last chance to make some money off them. They might also be able to work out a deal to get the phone back for resale.
How it works – Sorting and Detention:
Like UberCuff, Airbednbars has the ability to use applications to provide detention centers.They can hold and sort the families with maximum efficiency and lowest cost to the American Government.
They can manage the vacancies for all available detention centers nationally and make them available as soon as the victims are arrested. They are also sourcing cheaper facilities in Mexico and Canada.
Dropping off a planeload during a full blown Somalia famine is not a cakewalk!
When it comes to deportations, the standard for efficiency was set by Germany in the 1940’s. ” We would love to do things as well as they did but they had it easier using trains for shipping and the loads all went to the same destination.” “We have families who came from the Middle East, South America, and Africa. Dropping off a planeload during a full blown Somalia famine is not a cakewalk, but with modern technology and the right funding it can be done.”
Other business opportunities:
- What will happen to their personal belongings after the arrest? The producers of reality shows could be interested. Storage Wars could auction it off but the government would want a share in the profits,the Trump Organization would want the broadcast rights. Some have suggested that producers of Hoarders could use their connections to manage the belongings for free.
- Medical Tourism. Returning empty planes is not cost effective. With the cancellation affordable healthcare Americans could travel to third world counties for their medical treatments and save.
- Destiny Diets. A new trend where people travel to places with a lack of food (Sudan) or food that they don’t like (China). It forces them to loose weight without challenging their willpower.
- Legal Immigration. Deporting millions of workers will lead to large levels of unemployment in certain sectors. Immigration numbers will have to be greatly increased, applications fast tracked to replace the workers. These travel companies could be used to bring them in. Trump’s new deportation rules could cost the economy trillions! Read More>
The cost of properly figuring out where to deport them to could take months. To save on costs Homeland Security will use profiling apps to quickly separate the families into loads based on race, religion, and citizenship. Within days – even hours they could be on a plane leaving the country.
How it works – Shipping:
Two companies seek contracts to supply planes for the deportation – UberAir and DONAIR (a division of the Trump Organization). UberAir has the apps that will make the process efficient. UberAir apps will take real time inventories at the detention centers and match them to available airplanes. Once they have a load that fits the available planes they can ship it. The app will also send reports back to the arresting agents informing them of demographic gaps that are holding up current shipments.
DONAIR does not have the apps but it has the connections politically and through it’s investors. It is predicted that UberAir will only get the contract if they share the app technology with President Trump’s company.
How it works – after:
The Trump team wants to make sure they have a one time Final Solution to insure the families don’t return to America. In many cases the country they are shipped to will take care of it through things like – government oppression / violence or natural disasters such as the famine in Africa.
Others will be trickier, but many have been working in America and have great skills they could be shipped to countries that would value them and support them.
As many as 6 million people could be deported back to Mexico. It is rumored that Prime Minister Trudeau wants them in Canada. Low cost skilled labour, coupled with the low Canadian dollar and abundant natural resources could make Canada a manufacturing powerhouse. If the price of oil rises again the cost of shipping from factories in Asia would put them out of business. Trudeau’s multicultural vision could make Canada an economic powerhouse.
|Country of origin (January 2006)|
|Latin and Central America||3,000,000||24%|
|Europe and Canada||720,000||6%|
|Rest of World||480,000||4%|