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pollo

pollo  n.— «The typical pollo, or chicken, as the immigrants are called, now pays $1,200 to $2,500 to be guided across the border, driven to Phoenix and shipped to a destination in the United States.…Kidnap 20 pollos, collect a...

ditching in line

ditching in line  v.— «Ditching in line. Do you like to be ditched in line at a restaurant or a movie theater. Is that not what illegal immigrants are doing?» —“‘Day Without Americans’ (Time To Organize The Greatest Work Stoppage...

jump plane

jump plane  v. phr.— «“Jump plane” is a term that is coined and used by the many illegal immigrants who entered the UK as tourists, jumping off their homeward bound flights and remained in the UK as illegal immigrants.» —“Of...

jet people

jet people n.pl. asylum-seekers, refugees, or immigrants who relocate by airplane. Also plane people. Etymological Note: Constructed in the fashion of boat people. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

jet people

jet people  n.pl.— «They are immigrants of choice, jet people rather than boat people. America’s been good to them, a place where they can own handguns and mouth up blacks and homosexuals without fear of consequences.» —“The Opinions...

potel

potel  n.— «The diasporic or long-distance Indian remains an enigma, most of all to herself. From Silicon Valley and Potels’ (Patel-run hotels) in the US, to the National Health Service and the retail grocery trade in the UK, Indian...