Child Refugees? No, They’re Stealing Our Country

Jared Taylor, American Renaissance, July 18, 2014

Straight talk about the “border crisis.”

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Jared Taylor is the editor of American Renaissance and the author of White Identity: Racial Consciousness in the 21st Century.
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  • not refugees, not immigrants, not influx…. call it invasion , ethic suicide, 3rd world colonizers.

    • TrayvonCohen

      law breakers, freeloaders, and leeeeeches

    • Jason Wright

      this isnt an ethnic suicide, WE are OBJECTING to it.

      It’s GENOCIDE

  • I wish someone would send Mr. Orange (Glenn Beck) this video. Although I don’t think it would do any good because Mr. Orange doesn’t like to be corrected, and he’s much too preoccupied with his current border stunt in giving gifts and prizes to the little future MS-13 gang-members.

    • Oil Can Harry

      What “Ben Gleck” is doing is absolutely a publicity stunt; these kids don’t need his food as our tax $ are already giving them all the food, clothing and other goodies they could ever need.

      • Ella

        From the pics, I don’t see any signs of starvation or serious malnutrition (gauntness) or disfigurement from violence.

  • LACountyRedneck

    The number of 3rd world garbage coming to this country is revolting. All we need to do is vote for the right folks to stop this mess. Horse exhaust!

    We will need to do much more than simply vote. Voting doesn’t work. It may some day but not with the corrupt mess we’re in now.

    • bilderbuster

      Thirty years ago voting might have worked but the RINOs and Neo-Cons lulled a large number of Whites into believing that what they were seeing with their own eyes wasn’t happening.
      How I’ve wanted to slap the stupid out of the White “conservatives” over the years who put their faith, money and votes in the Bush’s, Leslie Graham’s, Newtie Gingrich, Juan McAmnesty, and Marco Rubio’s just to be stabbed in the back over and over again!

      • Sick of it

        I’m amazed that people still voted for Gingrich after NAFTA. That truly appalls me.

        • bilderbuster

          As it appalls me and we can rest assured that he’s doing everything he can behind the scenes to promote amnesty and Puerto Rican statehood along with his usual “Israel First” agenda.

      • scottthestrategerist

        Rubio ran as an anti-amnesty candidate. That’s different from openly advocating it, like Juan McKennedy, Graham, et al. Rubio is a either a liar or a sell-out. Take your pick.

        • HE2

          Rubio is a either a liar or a sell-out
          I will take both for two hundred, Mr. Trebek.

          • scottthestrategerist

            You can’t. You see, if he is a liar, then he was NEVER against amnesty. But if he is a sell-out, then he once was against amnesty, but was bribed (either legally w/ money or illegally w/ promises of prominent support for re-election, a [vice] presidential run, etc.) to change his position. Hence, he can’t be both as they’re mutually exclusive.

          • bilderbuster

            In that case Rubio is without a doubt a liar.
            But all supporters of amnesty are liars because their claims that anything remotely beneficial comes from allowing third world peoples to even visit this nation let alone reside or become citizens are demonstratively false.

          • David Ashton

            Rubio’s history suggests that he cultivates a special constituency in Miami, which is is neither Spanish nor Christian.

        • WR_the_realist

          In his last primary run Juan McAmnesty appeared in an ad where he stood at the border and said, “Build that fence!”. That fooled enough Republicans to win him the nomination. It takes remarkably little to bamboozle the public.

          • scottthestrategerist

            Yes, there’s that. He also had a ton of money left over from his presidential run and used it to go after his opponent for appearing in an info-mercial (horror of horrors!). Yeah, people have “good” and “bad” receptors. I remember when I was a kid that the Republicans ran this one guy Smith (?) for senate in Oregon and a random guy on the street said, “I can’t believe they would nominate him after all he did.” He groped a few women. Honestly, so what? Clinton raped women and we were told that was his private life and if you mixed the two together there’s something wrong with you. The Left is nothing but double standards. Their only consistency is that they always play to win while “respective conservatives” always play to befriend the editorial board of the New York Times and the Washington Post. If I ran for office, I’d say, “Voting for me doesn’t mean these editors don’t get to write anymore. It means they don’t get to live anymore.” “What are you going to charge them with?” “Charges? Oh, I’m sorry. You thought there would be formal charges? Nah, I’m going for the 3:00 a.m. knock on the door.”

    • newscomments70

      I remember walking through a mall in Orange County during the last Bush election. Some Mexicans, who looked like illegals, were passing out bumper stickers, “Viva Bush!”

    • tlk244182

      Go to the overpass protest today 19July. I dont have the link, but if you search it you will find it. They’ve added protest sites since yesterday. I was going to have to drive 80 miles, now there’s one within 20 miles.

    • David Ashton

      Do these immigrant “Catholics” contribute more to the Church than they take from it?

  • John R

    Oh Jared, why can’t, just once, one of our politicians from one of the two major parties, make a speech like you just made?

    • Dave West

      Among the 535 congressmen in Washington to is almost certain that at least one is bound to have a race realist outlook, I’m waiting for that coward to man up.

      • silviosilver

        That was even more true in years gone by. I’m sure it somehow makes sense from a social psychology perspective but from the common man’s point of view it’s incredible that not one has chosen to “go out with a bang.”

    • JohnEngelman

      Republican politicians want cheap labor. Democratic politicians want more Democratic voters.

      I wish all questions were that easy to answer.

      I think lots of Democratic politicians genuinely care about those kids. What they do not understand is that immigration conflicts with nearly everything else they are trying to achieve, including winning the next election.

      • silviosilver

        One election cycle is nothing. Republicans are very unlikely to fundamentally change course – though that’s not set in stone – so in the long run immigration very much works in Democrats’ favor. What total, total insanity on the part of Republicans. Just unreal.

        • JohnEngelman

          Immigration contributes to the growing income gap. It depletes the environment. A heterogeneous work force is more difficult to organize into labor unions than a homogeneous work force.

          • silviosilver

            What you say is true but I was responding only to your last point about the next election.

          • UncleSham

            A growing income gap is favorable to democrats.

          • JohnEngelman

            I wish it was. It results from Republican policies.

          • UncleSham

            The greater the income gap, the easier it is for democrats to convince people that they need them. The gap is growing because we keep importing uneducated third-world immigrants. Their is still a lot of economic mobility in this country, but every time a poor person reaches the middle class we bring in another poor person.

          • JohnEngelman

            Democrats and Republicans are equally complicit in making it easy for the plutocracy to import cheap labor and export good jobs. Democratic presidents signed the Immigration Reform Act of 1965 and the North American Free Trade Agreement. Nevertheless, a higher percentage of Congressional Republicans voted for each.

          • WR_the_realist

            If you ran the Democratic Party I’d actually vote Democratic.

          • David Ashton

            “Heterogeneous”. You’re getting there slowly, Engelbuddy.

      • dmxinc

        You think the Democrats don’t understand what they are doing?

        Wake up John!

  • david dorian

    Well said Jared:

    ‘What I see are foreigners who made a mess of their country and want to come
    live in the land that my ancestors worked so hard to build and pass on
    to me and my children– NOT to them’.

    They did not build it, the could not built it.

    I see people who want to steal our country.

    Politicians and their non-white ethnic special interests want to help
    them steal our country too.’

    That is White Genocide. Jail is where these enablers and invaders belong.

    • Sick of it

      Since the milquetoast majority will not send these criminals to prison, much more violent retribution shall inevitably befall them. It is all about survival now.

    • tlk244182

      Jail? If I ran the zoo they would be ‘discovered’ to have hanged themselves in their cells. The enablers, that is. I blame our politicians more than I blame the invaders.

  • TruthBeTold

    Notice how the Gang of Snakes have suddenly become invisible.

    • bilderbuster

      Juan McInsane’s distracting everyone from this by trying to start WW3 with Russia because a Malaysian airplane pilot was stupid enough to fly his passenger plane over a known combat zone and was shot down over Ukraine.

      • Erasmus

        When the expenses of our fiascos in the ME are finally added up, some expect it will have cost the US 5 trillion dollars of money borrowed from the Chicoms. No one in power has been held accountable for these disasters. At the same time our rulers have outsourced the American economy and are letting the US be flooded by millions of 3rd worlders.

        More see what a failure our government now is, and few in his or her right mind are going to send someone he loves to fight for a country whose rulers now disregard the interests of him and his family.

        It is hard enough to risk one’s life for people who love and support you, but it’s well night impossible for a government that now hates its citizens to get people to risk their lives on its behalf. Our government in Washington is now a pitiful joke. I do not want my son or daughter, my grandson or granddaughter to throw away their lives on behalf of sleaze bags like McCain, Schumer, Graham, Obama, Bush and the Clintons, to name just a few.

        • Zaporizhian Sich

          Indeed, the government here is going to find more and more whites willing to sacrifice their own lives for the opposite! That is because soon the majority of whites would rather be dead than live in the Hell on Earth those who cannot be named are creating using these brown hordes as cannon fodder. There is NO way I would fight for what the U.S. was turned into. No white should ever take up arms for a regime that hates him.

        • CallahanAuto

          I won’t allow my son to join this military. WON’T ALLOW IT.

          • Erasmus

            Me neither. Russia, Putin, North Korea, or even Iran don’t even pose a fraction of the threat to our country’s well being that our “leaders” with their gross ineptitude now do.

  • Alexandra1973

    I loved this.

    I don’t want to see America be a Mexican suburb either.

  • The Final Solution

    It’s an invasion – no other way to look at it. The more there are here in the US, the more will come. It’s an exponential curve. The barbarians are inside the gates.

  • Jon

    These kids are used as pawns and shields by human smugglers from Mexico and who knows where else. They all need to be sent back because no telling what illnesses they are bringing with them. White people are so brainwashed today they can not see the handwriting on the wall or at least the majority can’t or won’t.

  • tlk244182

    I’m curious to know where these people get the ten thousand bucks to pay the coyote. Seems to me if they’ve got ten grand, cant they survive where they are? I dont have ten grand, yet I survive w/o immigrating somewhere. Why should I feel sorry for these people who apparently have more $ than I do?

    • thomasdosborneii

      Good point, tlk244182. I guess I haven’t read enough about this whole thing, because I don’t really understand who these children (or teenagers) actually are. I mean, are they all orphans? I highly doubt that. Where are their parents? Back in Honduras, or wherever? What kind of parents send their kids off alone to ride on the top of trains and crossing the borders of several foreign countries? Or are the parents in the U.S. already (the government talks of uniting the kids with their family), so why did they leave them? Something is really very fishy about the whole thing, I think. My impression is that Hispanics stereotypically are wonderful, loving parents and would never endanger their children, nor could they tolerate being separated from them. Whole families attempting to get into the United States makes sense, but children alone, that is a mystery to me.

  • tlk244182

    Anyone who’s been baptized and believes the Nicene creed is a Christian. Some people are under the mistaken impression that one must be ‘good’ to be Christian.

    • Bossman

      Well then, why be a Christian? The god of that religion calls upon the faithful followers to be good and do good works.

      • silviosilver

        It’s one thing to emphasize the importance of goodness and ‘works’ for Christians, but the failure to be ‘good’ (however that’s defined) or to do ‘works’ (ditto) doesn’t mean one ceases to be Christian. The position of these church higher-ups seems to be ‘either agree with us on immigration or else you’re not Christian.’ That’s cheating.

        • Ella

          Christ and disciples earned their own keep and did not “freeload” off of believers who gave them shelter and food. They set examples of being self-efficient by working as the Bible mentioned multiple times in New Testament. Material poor is not the same as starved, gaunt, and lame or old.

      • IstvanIN

        You can be a Christian and not be saved.

        • Ellis Kurtz

          But surely you have to believe in salvation to be Christian.

          • tlk244182

            “…for us and for our salvation, He came down from heaven…”

        • Alexandra1973

          Nope. The two are mutually exclusive.

      • scottthestrategerist

        The great contest in first century Christianity was between those who said that salvation was granted on the basis of works of Torah – both the ethical and the ritualistic commands – and those who said it was based purely upon faith. The latter group, by demanding less, won more converts. So while you may disagree with it, normative Christianity requires ONLY works, once a person goes through the ritual of baptism. I’m not saying you’re wrong. I’m only saying that the faith-alone, works-are-irrelevant opinion is the mainstream view.

        • HE2

          @scott: Christianity requires ONLY works, once a person goes through the ritual of baptism.

          scott, you are being answered by the girl who was first in her catechism class. I know the answer to that one.
          St. Paul was among the people of Ephesia, spreading the words of Yeshua.
          Later, he delivered a homily via letter to the apparently materialistic Ephesians about this very topic [please, do not hold me to a correct quote]:
          By grace through faith are you saved, and not good works, lest any man should boast. Er sumthin like that. Maybe faith through grace, not sure, too lazy to google or fetch my book down.

          • scottthestrategerist

            You’re a girl??? wow. I totally saw you looking like your avatar! That’s hilarious!

            Well, as a devotee of the works of Professor Robert Eisenman, the scholar who, after forty years, got the Dead Sea Scrolls released to the public, and as someone who, for reasons he (me) cannot explain, has always been intensely interested in Christian origins, I can tell you that my unorthodox understanding, albeit based firmly on the New Testament epistles themselves, there was a HUGE rivalry between James the Brother of the Lord (whom you call James the Less), who was the bishop of Jerusalem and head of what we could call the church in the mid-first century, and St. Paul as the “leader” of the antinomians. The Jewish Christians did follow the Jewish law, did circumcise and did require their converts to do so. For whatever it’s worth, we have a canonical letter from James “a servant of Jesus Christ” stating, “Faith without works is dead.” On the opposite side of this, as Professor Eisenman notes, St. Paul seems to be well aware of the terminology used at Qumran (the Dead Sea Scrolls community), but turns it on its head, using it against them. He also has concludes that Paul was an Herodian, was not Jewish and was probably a Roman collaborator / infiltrator. Paul describes himself as an “Hebrew of the Hebrews,” as an “Israelite of the tribe of Benjamin,” and in Romans 16 greets his “kinsmen” Herodian, “the littlest Herod.” Eisenman points out that, because Herod was an Edomite and not a Jew, he and other Edomites would refer to themselves as Hebrews because they shares a common descent from Abraham and his ancestor Eber (hence the name “Hebrew”). Nor were the tribal distinctions still extent in the first century, such that for a Jew to call himself a “Benjamite” that late makes no sense, but he says it would make sense for an Edomite to so describe himself as one of the sons of Benjamin apparently married one of the daughters of Esau. Hence the Edomites could claim to be “Benjaminites.” Now, he writes 1000+ page books, so you have to be REALLY interested in the material to read them. They’re not for everybody. But if this offends you, please don’t hate me! It’s only a fun intellectual exercise to me. We can be friends even if you’re Catholic! 🙂 What matters is the preservation of the white race, and if we achieve that, then we can all enjoy all kinds of scholarly endeavors instead of ducking bullets from bonobo monkeys!

          • Bossman

            There’s no way that one can be a Christian and at the same time willing to do harm to small children. It just doesn’t make any sense.

          • scottthestrategerist

            Are you referring to circumcision? If so, I’m not ADVOCATING circumcision and think that all non-medical circumcision of minors of either gender should be banned. If an adult wants to do it, well, that’s his business. However, when I talk about history, I will do my best to reconstruct what actually occurred. Ergo, if St. James the Less, St. Peter, etc., advocated circumcision, which is what the evidence we have indicates, then that’s what I’ll say happened. That does NOT mean that I personally agree with it. I can tell you that the Jew Alexander Levine Hamilton advocated a central bank, a monarchy and an unlimited federal government, but I don’t advocate these things.

          • Bossman

            Founding Father Alexander Hamilton is the chief architect and premier builder of the USA. When I say doing harm to small children, is circumcision the first thing that you can think of? How strange!

          • HE2

            @scott: Yes, though was once a girl, am now a woman. :]
            Whoa, your biblical discourse has left me in the dust. Have never explored these things that deeply, though, as a Latin scholar, have always been passionate about Roman history, the Empire’s occupation of ancient Middle Eastern lands when Yeshua allegedly lived.
            Left Christianity years ago, am Soto-Rinzai Zen Buddhist, pleased with my zendo and roshi/teacher.
            The contemplative, introspective nature of this spiritual path suits me. Spiritual traditions based on superstition are not for me. In my view, answers lie within, not without, if you catch my meaning.
            Interestingly, our zendo has several apostate Jewish members.

          • Bossman

            According to the Gnostic Gospels, one of the so-called secret sayings of Jesus is this: He who seeks and he who finds are one and the same.

          • Alexandra1973

            I personally don’t care what gnostics think.

          • David Ashton

            The Gnostic writings are quite late and contain very little convincing agrapha.

          • scottthestrategerist

            What if I were to tell you that I bought a book from Ostara Publications which makes the case that Buddhism was founded by whites? I haven’t read it yet (I have sooooooooooo many books to read, and I have to work, and work out too, as well as fulfill my OBLIGATION as a white person of breeding age, which is virtually impossible in California because the girls are almost all lost to the Left), but look forward to doing so.

            Oh, and I love your “allegedly.” haha I don’t want to start some religious war. I look at these things SOLELY through the historical and archaeological, as opposed to the confessional, eye, but I’ve read Price, Doherty, some Carrier (I want to read his new one!), and some of the older writers. It’s certainly an intriguing theory, whether or not it’s true!

            I wish I was fluent in Latin. 🙁

          • David Ashton

            Buddha was of “Aryan nobility” but this religion has had most appeal for non-white orientals.

          • scottthestrategerist

            Well, maybe that’s because they’ve had the most exposure to it? What if Christian missionaries had gone to Asian but Buddhist missionaries had gone to Europe?

          • David Ashton

            Who knows?

          • David Ashton

            Eisenman is not the most reliable analyst of the NT, and too much reliance should not be placed on this one writer. He is not far removed from the army of scholars – Jewish, Christian or Atheist – who claim that “The Holocaust” was “caused” by the early church.

          • scottthestrategerist

            I’m capable of ignoring a person’s political motivations and instead judging their proffered facts on their own merit. I certainly don’t believe that the early Church of the 1st-4th centuries caused anything in the 20th century!

            I read “James the Brother of Jesus” three times and he makes what seems to me to be a powerful case that the Christians of the mid-1st century were following the Torah and requiring their converts to do the same. St. Paul and other antinomians were heretical, but, as Christianity became popular with non-Jews and came to be seen by Jews as a competitor, the antinomian view inevitably won out, especially since it requires so much less than a purely faith-based faith. Have you read any of his works?

          • David Ashton

            This view, as you briefly outline it, is quite respectable and widely held. I have his “New Testament Code”, as wearisome to read as it is unsatisfactory, and “Dead Sea Scrolls Uncovered”, which has of course been challenged by the “Strugnellites”. His anti-anti-Semitic agenda has become more obvious as he has gone on.

          • scottthestrategerist

            I’m not in ANY way saying you’re wrong and I truly hope you’ll continue this exchange with me as I grew up on Eisenman after reading “Holy Blood / Holy Grail.” But let’s look at a few of his basic points: the author of the Pauline epistles is clearly arguing with those advocating for circumcision and strict adherence to the Torah, and yet they are within the movement (whether or not they yet used the moniker of “Christian”). James had the title of “the Just” or HaTzadik, which suggests a Nazarite-level of commitment to Torah adherence. There are certainly parallels between the language of the Dead Sea Scrolls and the Pauline epistles, but of reverse signification. Eisenman certainly has a bias, and he may not be correct in his most controversial view that the Quamran community was the early church, but I do think that Paul was arguing with a church leadership composed of James the Just and others who were strict adherents of the Torah who insisted that converts be circumcised. I think this is historical fact. Do you disagree, and if so, may I ask why? Finally, please don’t take this as any kind of flame war. Rather, I’m legitimately interested in your views, which differ so much from what I’ve learnt. 🙂

          • David Ashton

            The differences between James and Paul are reflected, if redacted, in Acts, although the Council of Jerusalem decision is there settled not by James, as superficially supposed, but Peter. No, I don’t especially disagree with what you say here, which is a reasonable if uncertain reading of the early evidence. I just put a question mark against much, not all, in books like “Holy Blood/Holy Grail”. So many angles are provided by by no means compatible “unorthodox” speculations, often Jewish although there is nothing wrong about that in itself; for instance, Schonfield’s “Passover Plot”, Tabor’s “Jesus Dynasty”, Hyam Maccoby’s “Sacred Executioner”. For one good on-line brief introduction to competitive theories, see Peter Kirby’s website, and an amusing RC survey of them, past and present, Charlotte Allen’s “The Human Jesus”. There are HUNDREDS more substantial scholarly studies, and these controversies never cease.

            Personally I believe that Jesus was a real historic personality and have written an essay on the sense of humor evident in his preaching techniques. I keep an open mind, but I have come, somewhat reluctantly, to the view that the “resurrection experiences” (James, Peter, John &c) were entheogenic. I sincerely regret I cannot afford the time to discuss this subject, which has intrigued me since schooldays, at greater length, and in any case this site, and the moderator, would go bang if we tried to debate it here!

            Best wishes with your future studies; I suggest, with respect, that you start by looking through Bammel & Moule’s “Jesus and the Politics of his Day” (which includes contributions from Walter Grundmann, the “notorious” ex-Nazi NT scholar).

          • scottthestrategerist

            Yeah, I agree this isn’t the place. We already have enough controversies. It reminds me of a website attacking Dr. Duke for not being a follower of Anglo-Israelism. Well, I think he’s taking on enough of a controversial stance that he doesn’t need to have his focus blurred by also taking on the identity of the descendants of ancient Ephraim/Israel, or, for that matter, 9/11, etc. You really do have to focus on one thing or your main focus gets lost in a million things!

            P.S. I read “The Passover Plot” when I was very young. Fun book. I read something from Hyam Maccoby, but I don’t even remember what it was? I no longer know what to think of “Holy Blood / Holy Grail,” but it did interest me in Jesus studies. I’d say more but I don’t want to risk turning friends into enemies over something that, to me, is nothing more than a source of intellectual curiosity. Once we win the world back, we’ll have plenty of time for intellectual debate and scholarly endeavors. 🙂

          • David Ashton

            I have friends who agree to disagree on little things. I do agree that we have bigger fish to fry. Winning the world or at any rate our part of it back is Priority One.

          • scottthestrategerist

            Who is to say we disagree? I just fear that we’re going to offend everybody else talking about religion. For example, the discussion on another site degenerated into pro-whites anti-Christians arguing against a pro-white CI. Who cares? We’re all on the same side! Quite frankly, we need outreach to Christians and a religion for whites, which CI could be. But we also need outreach to the nonreligious or those who want a religion which is centered around whites and not adapted Semitic writings. Quite frankly, we need outreach to liberals, and I often say that, when only whites voted, the DemonCraps dominated. It was the civil rights revolution of the 60s which slowly moved working class whites into the Republican Party and conservative camps. Also, the only successful welfare states were the Nordic countries when they were racially homogenous. What I’m saying is that ALL whites must come together because, if we don’t exist, or are a powerless minority, then nothing else will matter.

          • David Ashton

            Europeans must not cull themselves again by religious differences or ideological wars. Your last sentence is the axiom from which all of us must begin; the other things can be discussed politely meanwhile and settled later.

          • Ella

            The seven deadly sins mention sloth as one deadly sin that can deprive oneself from eternal salvation along with greed. Lazy people do not produce or yield but take advantage of the spiritual and hard working within communities.

          • scottthestrategerist

            Ella, am I guilty of sloth? I tend to get distracted from my work, which everyone agrees is important – by interesting but non-crucial intellectual arguments and studies. Even white nationalism. A friend looked at it, said it’s right and then said I should have white children but I don’t need to study the in’s and out’s all day long. She’s right. But I don’t play video games anymore, don’t watch sports, almost never watch movies, am not interested in p—, etc. So am I guilty of sloth?

          • Ella

            I don’t know you personally. As long as you get your work done and do not fall behind, no. I think sloth has been one of the most common sin of all sins. (Most people struggle with laziness at one time in their lives.) It is more of an honest self-examination of what you can do within a day and what one might avoid. You can ask basic questions like do I exercise regularly and stay fit? Do I offer to help out or avoid the extra effort? Do I clean up after myself such as the kitchen or house? Have I put off important things for months or years? Do I pass up work promotions because it demands more labour? Do I actively meet with friends and/or have a hobby? I think being proactive is the antithesis of sloth. If single, do I make an effort to date or gave up? If married, do I work on my relationships? List can continue forever.

      • 2eRep

        Tell that to your leech mestizo brothers.

    • MBlanc46

      Old Jesus wasn’t around for the Nicene Creed. My understanding was that what he says is that all that was required for salvation was to love god above all else to to love one’s neighbor as one’s self.

      • Bossman

        And your neighbor can be a foreigner because he shares a common humanity as yourself, especially if he is a child who is guiltless.

        • dmxinc

          The state is not supposed to behave like an individual.

          The individual is not supposed to behave like the state (i.e. do not demand an “eye for an eye.”)

          The state’s far and away most important job is to protect its citizens. The state should jealously protect its citizens.

          We as individuals should be compassionate and we are. That does not mean that when our own government perpetrates an invasion of our country, that we should sit idly and do nothing or else we are not Christians.

          Our own government has betrayed us. In this case, they are using foreign children as a weapon against us.

          • Bossman

            Are you saying that the state can be a brutish, soulless thing with no sense of Justice and Mercy?

          • dmxinc

            You just described the history of the state toward its citizens, which is why limited government is a good idea, but that is a different discussion.

            In guarding its citizens against foreigners, the state should take whatever steps are necessary, otherwise it is not a legitimate government.

            In seeking justice within its borders between citizens the state should also be just as vigilant.

            Mercy to the guilty is punishment for the innocent.

            Our government has failed on both accounts.

            First, they have not/are not protecting our citizens from foreign invasion.

            Second, all of the crime, expense and loss that our citizens have suffered because of that unfettered invasion over the past few decades lies at the feet of our government.

          • thomasdosborneii

            Twenty gang-bangers assigned to Bossman’s house; he is begging for them.

          • ricpic

            Bingo. You finally stumbled into they truth that the state is heartless, utterly heartless.

        • MBlanc46

          You can love them as yourself, but that doesn’t mean you have to make them citizens of your country.

        • scottthestrategerist

          If he’s a white man, than sure. Or are you one of these antiwhites who is opposed to whites having a homeland? Are you a white supremacist? Do you think that black and brown people are incapable of living in a modern technological society only if they move to white countries? Do you think they’re in fact genetically inferior and therefore incapable of creating such societies on their own? (Granted, I do think this, but I’m an admitted racist. What’s your excuse?)

          • Bossman

            Human beings are more than just animals. They have a sense of Justice and Mercy.

          • scottthestrategerist

            So what? Why does that mean that white nations (and apparently only white nations, as when are you advocating that nonwhite nations must do this?) must take in an unlimited number of nonwhite immigrants, give them cradle-to-grave free housing, healthcare and meals, give them preferences in educational and employment opportunities over more qualified white applicants, encourage whites to interbreed with them so as to breed whites out of existence, give them full voting rights so they can vote whites out of power, and then say there’s something wrong with any white person who doesn’t like it? You’re the one who doesn’t have any justice or mercy – for whites! You’re a monster!

          • David Ashton

            Justice for the nations means just that, and other nations than the USA should be required to show it, especially to their own peoples.

            Mercy in any practical sense would mean provision of ideas for agricultural development and family planning to other countries.

            Lifeboats are not as big as the Titanic.

        • David Ashton

          The term “neighbor” in its original context means “fellow-countryman”. The Good Samaritan parable (which the late ex-Rc Jewish NT scholar Vermes thought was concocted by antisemitic Gentiles!) is a lesson on kindliness to the victims of muggers from a foreign visitor, which sets an example to those whose religious scruples prevented them from helping one of their own fellow-countrymen. It is not a guideline for welcoming as permanent settlers streams of foreigners or their anchor babies. Jesus is recorded as telling his apostles to go out into the world teach and baptize other nations, not to bring the world into their own homelands.

    • Fair Dinkum

      One doesn’t have to be a saint or even a very nice person to be a sincere Christian. However, if he didn’t at least try to be a good person, I would have to question his sincerity.

      • WR_the_realist

        Yes. Christians recognize that they are sinners. But they should at least try not to be.

    • David Ashton

      Seeking the destruction of your own nation is not good, or even Christian. Jesus wept for Jerusalem; we should act for Washington, London, Paris, Berlin, Rome….

  • Zaporizhian Sich

    Indeed, these invaders are stealing our country, but never forget they are not doing this on their own. Those who cannot be named and greedsters among our own are their enablers. These brown hordes are useful idiots and expendable pawns who will sooner than later face the very violent wrath of white Americans before those responsible for this ever will.

  • M&S

    You listen to any of the scholars out there (CFR etc.) and there is a persistent belief that we must return to a medieval, managed, social strata. That alone, we are not able to care for ourselves.
    This has serious economic and global policy repurcussions which are essentially insoluable at the current population fractions by merged societies.
    But while obnoxious nonsense in it’s intended outcomes, it does highlight a certain truth: Churches gain power by sponsoring weakness and for those desperate to find some fulfillment of their anachronistic role, a church full of The Horde is as valid a congregation as any other.
    At least until they meet the reality of it.
    These two factors: Raw Political Power and, for want of a better definition, Group William’s Syndrome like presented psychopathy are a paved with good intentions set of realities that people who exist on the outside of the loop cannot understand because it is so foreign to their indoctrinated natures to think of The Church as being anything but harmless altruists with excessively ‘everyone into the lifeboat!’ delusions that they (the observers, not the altruists) do not see the signs for what they are:
    Creation of a system designed to bring malevolent manipulation of the weak to a condition of absolute power over them. By destroying the independent will of the strong to say _no_. Not in my land.
    I particularly hold Christians as suspect in this because they already base their religion upon a needless murder:suicide pact which places the value of sacrifice above all else. Human sacrifice.

    • Bossman

      It sounds like you’ve read the works of the philosopher Friedrich Nietzche. But the strong and superior can still practice Justice and Mercy. These attributes from the Divine should not be an alien concept to the strong. If it was then they would not be human.

      • David Ashton

        Nietzsche, like Rand, needs to be carefully understood. In one sense only the strong can afford to be honestly generous, but they should not reward weakness or laziness. They should strive to make others strong and productive in turn. A race to the bottom is neither just nor merciful in the end.

        • Ella

          Interesting enough, the Amish do not have this self-destructive narcissistic drive to reward laziness and rule breaking behaviours. They can at least purge the trouble-maker during rumspringa or extreme shunning. To reward laziness is “unchristian” and supports sinning such as sloth.

          • David Ashton

            II Thessalonians 3:10

  • Bossman

    Why do these small Spanish-speaking republics even exist? They were once part of a big country called the Republic of Central America. The USA may have had a hand in breaking up that country with the intention of exploitation and annexation in the future. We already know that Panama is a creation of the USA so that it could get land and permission to build a canal. Thinking people should not forget that these places are partly the creation of the USA.

    • JohnEngelman

      Latin America would be known for poverty, corruption, incompetence, and crime, even if it was one big country called “The Republic of Latin America.”

      • silviosilver

        I doubt it would make much difference to poverty, corruption, incompetence, and crime, if they were untied under one republic. Still, Latin America isn’t quite as hopeless as you appear to think. Latin America was established on the basis of pure greed much more so than the United States. The USA was settled by people fully intent on establishing functional societies on the basis of various ideals (typically religious). Latin America was simply a naked grab for resources and power (as power was understood in that era). So while Latin America has long been a basket case in comparison to the US and Europe, I think it’s more appropriate to focus on the ways it’s grown and changed. It’s really only been in the last ten years or so that finally pro-people mildly leftist regimes have come into power. The results have been impressive and there’s every reason to believe there is more in store.

        • journey

          I think it has a lot to do with the gene pool. Just speaking of this country it was mainly settled by higher quality genes (Northern and Western Europeans) as well as Canada.

          In contrast, Latin America had a heavy importation of blacks as slaves. Believe Brazil is 90% black. Then most of the immigration was from Southern Europe. Miscegenation with blacks and the native population did not help the gene pool.

          • silviosilver

            Sure, but no one can say for certain precisely what kind of a country a given gene pool is fated to produce, even though WNs sometimes delude themselves into thinking they can.

            Brazil isn’t 90% black, unless you mean by one drop standards, and even then that’s too high.

          • IstvanIN

            Brazil is extremely mixed race, even a lot of their so called Whites have black admixture. The truly European population is much lower than even they will admit.

          • silviosilver

            The truly European population is much lower than even they will admit.

            ‘Admit’? Spoken like a true WN. This may come as a shock to you, Istvan, but not everybody in this world is consumed by maximizing their level of ‘true Europeanness.’

          • IstvanIN

            Of course not, either through pride, shame or just ignorance. Funny how the majority of the world’s “migrants” head towards countries created by European peoples.

          • silviosilver

            Yeah, Istvan, because that was my real point, that Europeans haven’t created superior countries to anyone else. Well done.

          • IstvanIN

            The fact remains is that the most advanced civilizations were created by European peoples.

          • silviosilver

            I really have no idea why you’d think I’m attempting to deny that. Certainly nothing in my line of reasoning suggests it. To remove any doubt I’ll state it as clearly as I can: yes, the greatest, most advanced civilizations ever known have been creating by Europeans and no matter how much other groups continue to develop it’s unlikely they’ll match Europeans at their best. Good enough for you?

          • journey

            This country would have stayed at a higher gene pool quality if not for the massive importation of inferior genes. So, what are you saying?

            I found this after further research. Frankly, I was quite shock when I read Brazil had a 90% black population from another article. “Brazil: white 53.7%, mulatto (mixed white and black) 38.5%, black 6.2%, other (includes Japanese, Arab, Amerindian) 0.9%, unspecified 0.7%.”

            I also found this: “Brazil has the world’s second biggest black population after Nigeria, the largest number of people of Japanese ancestry outside Japan, and more people of Lebanese or Syrian extraction than the combined populations of Lebanon and Syria.”

            So even with the white gene pool at 53.7%, Brazil’s shanty towns are legendary. What needs to be looked at is that most of the whites were not predominately Western and Northern Europeans.

            This country currently is heading toward a white minority = 3rd world country. A country’s genetic demographics determine the destiny of a country.

          • silviosilver

            This country would have stayed at a higher gene pool quality if not for the massive importation of inferior genes. So, what are you saying?

            I am saying that you cannot simply look at a country’s gene pool and conclude: Aha, now I have everything I need in order to be able to predict precisely what kind of a country this will be.

            Consider Britain in 1160, 1760 and 1960. The gene pool was largely the same but the character of society was unrecognizably different in each period.

            A country’s genetic demographics determine the destiny of a country.

            That’s true in a technical sense, but it amounts to empty sloganeering, devoid of any substantive content. It’s like saying a man’s destiny is to do some things in his life and then die – sure, but what things? The empty slogan cannot tell you. A country’s demographics places limits on the kind of society it will create but it tells you very little about where those limits lie and what is in fact possible for that country.

            The best we can do is make comparative statements. We can say that all else equal you’d expect the country with the higher quality demographics to produce a higher quality society. That’s all very well. But there is a distinct difference between saying that and pretending to know precisely where the limits lie.

            This may sound like nitpicking on my part, but years and years of debating racial politics assure me it is not. One of the worst tendencies of WNs is to wrap their heads around a few hereditarian factoids and then assume an ability to comment authoritatively on every aspect of society. But you needn’t take my word for it. By all means, continue on your merry way. Perhaps if one day you find yourself at the end of your tether you might reflect on whether I shared here words of wisdom or not.

          • journey

            I believe you are missing the part that man’s destiny is always determined by evolution and change as shown by your example of England. But what assures that a nation/society keeps progressing upward and forward is the quality of the base gene pool. This is the essential key. And this is shown today by the different nations in their economic developments. Less capable peoples will always flood a more capable nation to meet their needs as shown by the current migrations patterns from third world countries. The more developed countries will become more and more pressed to protect their borders from a constant
            flood of needy peoples.

            From generalities the specifics arise. For our discussion, a good gene pool is essential for a progressive society, both socially and technologically. And because man has been created to evolve
            toward something, evolution and change will always be his part of his destiny.

          • silviosilver

            The top speed a given man may run at is set by his genetic potential. But what, specifically, is that potential? With today’s technology it’s impossible to say. If he wants to know he’ll just have to train as hard as he can and find out.

            The level of “civilizational development,” let’s call it, that a given gene pool may attain is likewise set by its genetic potential. But again, what specifically is that potential? Simply looking at the gene pool cannot tell you. The gene pool – or rather the people who constitute it – will just have to do their best and find out. It’s the only way to really know.

            Because civilizational development is a long-term process the temptation always exists among people who catch onto hereditarian principles to look at a group of a people – a country, say – and conclude that, aha, because this is all this group has achieved, this all they’re ever capable of achieving – heredity proves it!

            This tendency is amplified greatly when the group of people/country in question has attained a level of development less than one’s own. Variations in that group’s development before the present are unacknowledged or dismissed as irrelevant, as are environmental or cultural factors adduce to explain those variations.

            Isn’t this what you were doing earlier when you responded to my claim that Latin America has been steadily improving with your point that their inferior gene pool explains why they’re poorer, less educated, more corrupt and more criminally inclined?
            While it is true that, given what we know of the role of heredity in human outcomes, it’s very like that Latin America will indeed always be poorer, less educated, more corrupt and more crime prone, I regard this as a mere generality. No specifics arise out if it for me. Heredity cannot predict the precise level of wealth, the precise level of education, the precise degree of corruption or the precise rate of crime. The best we can do is, as I said in my last post, is make comparative statements. For example, Latin America is likely to be more or less x, y or z than the USA.

            It is interesting that even though such comparative conclusions are quite sufficient to make the point it is and was unwise to permit immigration from Latin America this somehow isn’t as satisfying to people who enjoy making grandiose statements like “Genetics is destiny!” For that crowd, there seems to be something missing in meek comparative formulations. I am speculating – I feel I’m within my rights to do so – but my sense is these people think that the real use genetic arguments should be put to is to “prove” that “Whites are the greatest, non-whites scum” or “Whites deserve to rule the world” or “Science proves White Nationalism is true” or things of that nature, even if the statements I’ve provided here sound a little silly.

          • journey

            “The top speed a given man may run at is set by his
            genetic potential. But what, specifically, is that potential?” The potential is inherent in the gene pool of a certain race. Perhaps, the black race or the American Indians perhaps could achieve the technological levels as the whites but it would have taken eons more of evolution. As for the potential of the base gene pool, it is endless. Man’s destiny is to achieve a much higher spiritual level than he is now. In order to do this, man’s technological developments have to allow more leisure time to think and develop his mind. And the base gene pool has to be purified of its tendency toward savagery. Presently, man is still in a semi barbaric state which means eons more of evolution and change toward a planet settled in light and life. Light and life means a planet less of diseases, pursuit of endeavors that develop the mind and toward spirituality, good will toward others leading to a brotherhood of men, and most of all doing the will of God, our Heavenly Father. Man was no accident he was purposely placed on this planet and many others planets.

            “are environmental or cultural factors adduce to explain
            those variations” Environmental factors can enhance already superior genes. The environment cannot change inferior genes to superior genes. This country has spent trillions on the black race to prove those facts.

            “For example, Latin America is likely to be more or less
            x, y or z than the USA.” This is the specifics from generalities.

            “Heredity cannot predict the precise level of wealth, the
            precise level of education, the precise degree of corruption or the precise rate of crime.” No one is speaking of precision or that naïve. We are speaking of evolution and change.

            “Genetics is destiny!” = is one of the facts that determine the destiny of individuals and nations. No man can overcome it. This is shown by the Stone Age level of existence of the American Indians and the black race when the whites discovered them. As for the white race, it uniquely inherited or is a carrier of a set of superior genes that enabled it to innovate and invent at a faster pace. This is evident by empirical observations. You think for one moment that other races do not want what the whites can and have created and developed? This is evident by lesser peoples surging at Western countries. The genetic base of the whites have benefited all on this planet. The present delusional anti-white propaganda serves absolutely no purpose. Nor the intentional dumbing down of this country, including AA in schools and work places.

          • IstvanIN

            Only a fool can not see what kind of society black genetics creates, whether in the US, the Caribbean, South America, Europe and, of course Africa. The experiment has been tried over and over and the results are the same, including in Brazil.

          • silviosilver

            Firstly, Brazil is far superior to anything you’ll find in Africa. It may not matter a whit to you, but it’s a fact and when it’s germane it should be acknowledged, not obfuscated by lumping everything together as black rubbish.

            Secondly, I may not like blacks but I don’t see the point of demeaning black existence by referring to it as an “experiment.” They have no choice but to do what they can with what they have. And the fact is there is a significant variety in what they do today compared to what they have done in the past. They may not have reached a standard you or I would be comfortable with for ourselves and they may never reach such a standard. But it’s a fact that their societies have undergone significant change and improvement. Denying this doesn’t score a political point for white interests; it scores an own-goal.

    • ricpic

      Bossman’s stock in trade: no matter what blame the USA, i.e. the white west.

  • Bossman

    What if the owners of that private land become friendly to illegal migrants? Then what?

    • LACountyRedneck

      “Then what?” We need to enforce existing immigration laws.

    • silviosilver

      How many million negroids should Mexico accept? Five million, twenty million, fifty million? Give me a number to work with.

      • Garrett Brown

        We most luckily do not have 50 million negroes.

        • gemjunior

          Seems like there are way more that.

          • Garrett Brown

            In about 20 years it will be a reality. I don’t buy into this 13 percent population crap. There are noticably more in SW virginia alone than when I was younger.

  • JohnEngelman

    It is not our fault that Hispanics cannot create viable societies in their own countries. It is not our responsibility to make sacrifices on their behalf.

    Immigration and court ordered gay marriage could win the next election for the Republicans even if the economy was flourishing, which of course it is not.

    • M.

      Conservatives keep shooting themselves in the foot with these gay and contraception issues. They’re losing a non-negligible share of voters over this who are otherwise against immigration.

      More and more people are realizing that the real threat to the nation has more to do with hordes of non-whites invading the country than to a bunch of homosexuals marrying (who’d still be homosexual if they didn’t).

      • JohnEngelman

        If one feels something strongly it is easy to over estimate the number of people who feel the same way. My guess is that Christian conservatives care more about gay marriage and abortion than they do about immigration.

        • M.

          Yes, and it’s costing them votes. 61% of Americans think abortion should be legal in the first three months of pregnancy (embryonic stage)*; 55% think same-sex marriages should be recognized by the law as valid**.

          *Gallup 2012.
          *Gallup 2014.

          • Yet, strangely, in all but one instance, whenever definition of marriage is put to the voters, it passes, and by “it,” I mean defining marriage in a pair bonding heterosexual manner.

            If you remember, Barack Obama was against gay “marriage” until the early part of May 2012. Then all of a sudden he flipped. The reason he flipped is that North Carolina held such a referendum, with the usual result. It was thought that there was a fair chance for it to lose because of all those great social liberals running away from the messes they made in New York and Boston and flooding into Raleigh-Durham, and that since the referendum also prohibited homosexual non-marriage civil unions, that there would have been a stratum of in-between moderates on the issue who would have voted against it. Well, it won, and won very easily. According to the political gossip media, it wasn’t long after that that LGBTQMIAPDLOLPLPLTH Inc read Obama the Riot Act and threatened to cut off the money spigot.

          • M.

            Believe it or not, I don’t enjoy hearing about that gay marriage thing all the time. I’m starting to get sick of it, because it’s diverting us from the really important issues.

            I don’t support it as in I like seeing gay people marry, I just don’t care about it because I don’t see it as a threat to traditional marriage. Homos are going to be homos, whether they marry or wear sandals. And also, as I said, because it diverts people’s attention from other more pressing issues, and it just divides voters who would otherwise agree on immigration.

          • IstvanIN

            The gay marriage issue is good for Republicans because they can validate their conservative credentials by being against it while ignoring the real threat to the republic, which is non-White immigration in all forms.

      • For that strategy to work, there have to be at least a fair supply of people who are left wing on social issues who have the mentality that they should drop the social liberalism for awhile in order to appeal to conservatives in order to win the immigration issue. Such people are as rare as teeth on hens in the real world, and also from that same real world, there is a pretty strong crossover between social liberals and open borders advocacy.

        I’m sure Dave Brat got a lot of votes from social liberals who also want immigration control, but I can assure you he didn’t do it by dropping social conservatism. He did it by making immigration control his keynote issue.

      • Sick of it

        The sticking point with homosexuals is their predilection for raping children in order to convert them (or just because they like to do it). People who love their children have problems with that.

        • Zaporizhian Sich

          Indeed, that is why child molesters deserve ever iota of vengeance on the part of the family they get.

  • Einsatzgrenadier

    Third world invasion has absolutely nothing to do with free market capitalism and everything to do with massive government intervention in the economy. Free market capitalism is about paying your own way, not privatizing the benefits and socializing the costs. Tax-subsidized cheap, third world labor is really just corporate welfare for big business. This isn’t capitalism at all. It’s immigration-fueled corporate socialism.

    • silviosilver

      That’s all well and good, but look how easy it’s been for them to rally support for their policies on the basis of “capitalist” justifications.

      • Sick of it

        Considering that the vast majority of Americans are opposed to this mass immigration, such arguments must be falling on deaf ears.

        • HE2

          Check out numbers usa to track citizen activist demonstrations.
          Most of these squatters are being off-loaded in middle class communities whose citizens are taking to the streets to say, “listen to us.”
          Their lot is taking the biggest hits by far.

  • silviosilver

    Among the under-30 crowd I usually speak to I never fail to be astonished by the kind of people who support this idiocy. There are people who are out and out true blue founding stock Aussies, who don’t have ethnic friends, who don’t hold black from using casual racial slurs (not ‘hatefully’, just in the flow of conversation), and yet they insist more should be done to help settle ‘refugees’. I’m sure some of them don’t believe their own words but still it makes a statement about how far the culture has shifted that they feel they have to ‘say the right thing’.

    • jayvbellis

      Push the radical Islam argument. These folks are stoning to death women adulterers in Syria, packing soccer stadiums to cheer on the execution of women who dare show their faces in public.

      Radical Islam seems to be the enemy that virtually all remaining Whites fear and hate.

      • silviosilver

        The quick answer is: ‘been there, tried that’. It’s very easy to grow angry about fundie Islam. The problem comes when you attempt to switch gears into race. There’s not a great deal of commonality between the fundie Islam problem and the race problem so when you switch gears into race it ‘betrays’ what your real concern was all along. It comes off as very insincere. Race is a more nebulous problem than fundie Islam, especially in Australia, which doesn’t have anything like American-style no-go-area ghettos. In such an environment it’s necessary to draw a person into considering racial issues in a way that does not completely invalidate his existing feelings and assumptions. If you completely invalidate those feelings and assumptions you’ll be written off as a ‘hater’ without hesitation.

        • kjh64

          “which doesn’t have anything like American-style no-go-area ghettos.”

          If Australia keeps letting Blacks in, they WILL have no-go-area ghettos. Blacks in large numbers CREATE their ghettos anywhere they go in large numbers. All American “ghettos” used to be White decent working/middle class neighborhoods with low crime rates until Blacks moved in and Whites fled the rising crime. Blacks then turned a decent place into a ghetto full of crime and dysfunction,

          • Einsatzgrenadier

            Apparently Australia already has a number of Muslim no-go areas in south-western Sydney, such as Lakemba and Auburn.

          • silviosilver

            They are only no-go areas in the sense that there’s no reason to ever go there, or they’re places to move away from rather than move to. But they are far from no-go in the sense of risking your life to visit them.

          • LHathaway

            “they are far from no-go in the sense of risking your life to visit them”.

            Really? You should spend lots of public time in these two places in order to ‘learn about the enemy’ since what u say is true.

          • silviosilver

            Of course. And when they are created I’m sure they will be eye-openers and greatly ease the process of taking a racial stand politically. But because they don’t exist as of now it’s very hard for the average person to grasp such racial implications.

        • jayvbellis

          Regular Whites in Australia fear, detest Leb Muslim immigrants. Pretty Australian White women can’t go to the beach without fear of being raped. And Mudslime men traffic in drugs, they are dark, hairy, ugly.

          It’s easy, nothing complicated.

          Why make things difficult?

          Only insane multi cult Leftists and equally insane Libertarians are indifferent to the Islamic immigration invasions. And all those dark Central Americans, they look like scary Muslims, why take chances?

          • silviosilver

            That’s a gross overstatement. I could not imagine the opinions you’ve volunteered here being taken seriously in an average casual conversation, even among people inclined to agree with you.

            Anyway, say you convince people to resist specifically Islamic immigration, okay great. Its’ not hard. As you note, there are ample cultural reasons to take exception to Islam, and people do generally agree. But cultural reasons are not racial reasons. Convince people to say no to Muslims and they simply insist on packing in everybody else besides Muslims. When you try to change tack and make a racial case you’re ‘racist’ and a ‘hater’ and you’ve discredited yourself.

          • jayvbellis

            Nah. The French National Front is the #1 party in France for standing up for regular French people and opposing alien Muslims.

            The French National Front wins the hearts and minds of French steel workers and French aristocrats, basically any White Frenchman that wants to enjoy a glass of French red wine and enjoy the sight of a pretty French gal, things prohibited under Islam.

            Why make things complicated?

            What’s wrong with …

            Winning?

            The French National Front is the #1 party of France.

            #1

            Ain’t that better than …

          • silviosilver

            That’s a fair point, but I think you’re counting you’re chicks before they’ve hatched. There is a long way to go in France just yet.

  • silviosilver

    This is just silly. There have been numerous crashes before and none of them stopped people flying those airlines so it makes no sense to be ‘surprised’ that people would have continued to fly Malaysian.

    • thomasdosborneii

      Not at all silly–those others crashed, they didn’t disappear.

  • Einsatzgrenadier

    Immigration isn’t even a noble thing anymore. Ever since the immigration system was hijacked by Jews and white liberals, it’s become a disgraceful, traitorous and cowardly act that reveals the intellectual and biological inferiority of the invading third world parasites. Let them stay in their own countries and at least try to make them better places to live for future generations. We should be alleviating migratory pressures by educating third world females and giving them access to free abortion services and contraceptives, not exacerbating them by encouraging overpopulation and environmental degradation.

    • Bossman

      It is a noble thing for those who’ve improved themselves by doing it. But all roads should not lead to the USA. Many other countries should become as attractive as the USA.

      • silviosilver

        That isn’t “noble”; it’s merely beneficial to them. Your comment suggests that the US must continue to accept immigrants. Your only concession is that the burden should be spread to other countries. (News update for you: Europe, Canada and Australia are all being flooded.) That is far from good enough for Amren supporters. Frankly, it’s astonishing that you could have read this site for so long and yet still attempt to foist such arrant nonsense on readers.

        • journey

          He thinks it’s his job. But when he gets pressured just a bit, it all boils down to just nonsense.

      • M.

        Or, the Third World could stop having more children than they can afford. Industrialized countries can’t keep routinely relieve the Third World of its surplus population forever. This isn’t sustainable, and it’s destroying white countries.

        And the remedies to slow down the birthrates are well-known: female education, better work opportunities for women, subsidized contraception. Our governments ought to pressure theirs on these three points if they really want to solve the problem at its roots rather than the symptoms (criminality, poverty, etc).

        • silviosilver

          Excessive fertility is almost entirely a sub-Saharan black problem. The rest of the world has either reduced fertility to replacement level (or gone below) or is very near doing so. Only black Africa and a few (very few) Muslim countries continue to average (!) 5+ births per woman. The trend in Africa is decidedly downwards, but it’s proceeding at a very slow rate.

          • M.

            Sub-Saharan African countries continue to top the fertility rates’ lists, yes. But many other Third-World countries are not very far behind, and they’re still very high compared to ours; namely, Honduras, Pakistan, Egypt, Afghanistan, the Palestinian territories (highest of all Arabs), Guatemala, Belize, Jordan, Philippines, and Iraq.

            The only Muslim country that averages 5+ births/woman is Afghanistan. Mainly because it lacks the things I mentioned in my earlier comment.

            But yes, there are some Third-World countries who fertility rates are stable, some even as low as the Western ones; namely, Sri Lanka, Libya, Tunisia, Paraguay, Costa Rica, Iran, Chile, Uruguay, Brazil, Lebanon, and Cuba.

            —————————-

            The CIA Factbook: Fertility rates (2014 estimates).

          • Einsatzgrenadier

            Even though fertility rates have declined in third world countries (with the notable exception of sub-Saharan Africa and a few Muslim countries), you forget that third world population size is still growing because the age distribution in these countries is biased toward children and youth. This is known as “demographic momentum.” Because of the youthful age distribution of most third world countries, population growth will continue to be a significant problem in this region of the globe for a long time to come.

            In fact, the need for family planning is even greater during periods of demographic momentum. This is because an earlier history of high fertility has resulted in a very large number of third world females about to enter reproductive age or at reproductive age. This cohort is significantly larger than the nonreproductive segment of the population.

          • silviosilver

            I have certainly not ‘forgotten’ that their population is still growing; it was simply another point that I was making. Of course their population will continue to grow – and can do so for years even after fertility dips below replacement. Pretty depressing stuff, but strategies to deal with it are more important than lamenting it.

          • Ringo Lennon

            What is the birthdate of Hispanics in the USA? I see a lot of pregnant Latinas pushing a stroller with one or two kids in tow. I think they get more money for each kid.

          • silviosilver

            It’s declining, but it’s still the highest of any racial group in the US, around 2.5*, compared to about 1.8 for whites. (I can find the exact figure if you insist, but from memory it’s very close to that. The longest established hispancis – PRs and Cubans – have very low rates.) At this point a significant absolute and relative rise in Hispanic numbers is baked into the cake and would occur even if all immigration were halted immediately.

            *These are total fertility rates, which are more meaningful than crude birthrates.

          • Zaporizhian Sich

            It’s amazing how many Latinas I”ve seen who couldn’t be more than 20 or 22 who have three, or four brats in tow. And yes, the more they spread their legs, the more whites ARE being forced to pay for their sexual activity and anchor babies. They are having sex by the age of 10 or 12, I am sure of it.

        • journey

          We have fools that believe mandatory birth control is infringing on reproductive rights. And that’s the end of the story and their responsibility.

          • M.

            “We have fools that believe mandatory birth control is infringing on reproductive rights.”

            Well, it kind of does. But when you have a society that is poor and cannot sustain itself, and overbreeding in it will only exacerbate all of these problems and increase suffering, then yes, coercive contraception may be necessary in limiting the damage. But I’m not having any ideas, as I don’t think any brown or black country will do that any time soon. In all of human history, there’s been only one country that was able to do it, and it’s China.

          • journey

            Nature used to infringe on so the called right to reproduce until well-meaning society took over. Well, with population pushing at 8 billion with most of the growth in areas least capable to take care of themselves those luxury days are fast disappearing. This latest flood at the borders will be a beginning toward mandatory birth control. More developed countries have their own problems
            and needs to solve without this constant invasion of less capable peoples straining their resources.

            Have you heard of the UN Agenda 21? It appears to be a board set of objective and goals in preserving and using resources which includes population control. In the book Countdown by Alan Weissman, it speaks of the Chinese stating that their population should be reduced to 900 million to have a more sustainable land man ratio. “The land-man ratio underlies all social civilization.”

            Population control will be become a pressing subject matter in the near future if not already. This country is running out of water. This country is the breadbasket of the world. For example, CA is in its third year of drought with less than an optimistic forecast for rain this winter. The Ogallala Aquifer running through 8 states is running dry primarily due to abuse. Once it runs dry that’s it.

          • M.

            The environmentalists gladly keep busting white people’s ears about overpopulations, even though they know they’re not the ones causing it. Everybody knows that the solution to most Third World pressing problems, espcially poverty, is for them to slow down on reproduction, but no one dares say that.

          • journey

            For awhile Bill Gates and his Foundation did outright speak of population control in undeveloped countries but due to the hollering of the delusional fools, they had to stop. They are currently doing a softer approach emphasizing improvement of women’s health by having smaller families.
            Also, it appears Al Gore is approaching the subject matter of over population in Africa.
            In the book, Countdown, it’s the more intelligent races that recognizes the perils of over population. The least able to understand as we well know on this site, are the blacks. So, some creative measures will have to be taken.

          • M.

            The thing is that it depends on which on population. If a population is able to sustain itself, meaning create wealth and be self-sufficient, then it can easily afford to be numerous or dense. Like Japan for example. It is one of the most densely populated countries in the world, yet it manages to live by its ressources without problem. Problems arise when populations grow without being able to grow the economy and create wealth along with it, and that’s where widespread poverty ensues.

            White countries, along with some East Asian countries, are the ones who can afford growing their populations the most, yet, since they tend to plan their pregnancies more, they end up being the ones with the lowest fertility rates. An unfortunate demographic paradox.

          • journey

            What you are mentioning will be some of the criteria in determining population growth. Anyone of common sense knows what those criteria are but due to the current PC, only baby steps can be taken. It appears the UN Agenda 21 is a start.

            As with the affairs of man, it will be trail and error on this pressing matter of population control. But nature is relentless and a great teacher to boot.

          • silviosilver

            Nature didn’t infringe on the right to reproduce; it limited the full force of its expression, i.e. child death was commonplace.

            Our moral views regarding the ‘right’ to reproduce are a result of overpopulation never really having been a pressing issue throughout human history (aside from isolated instances). Our morality needs to catch up with demographic reality, and fast. For me, while I truly don’t like picking on them it’s one more reason to despise ‘closed book’ religious types for whom all the big issues in life were settled long ago.

            As far as water goes, I’m skeptical of environmentalist claims. For the life of me I can’t see why desalination can’t be the solution. It needs to be expanded by orders of magnitude, sure, but I don’t see any reason why that can’t or shouldn’t take place.

          • IstvanIN

            Desalinization is energy intensive. Would be unneeded in a US of 200 million.

          • silviosilver

            Probably, but I think it’s likely that in the ‘deep future’ it could very well be necessary. In 20,000 or 200,000 or 200 million years who knows what the climate and water balance will be like? I’m not suggesting anybody today make plans for contingencies so absurdly far out, of course. But as far in the future as they are those dates will nevertheless surely one day arrive. And so will future dates much nearer to our own time. Seen from this perspective, if humans (hopefully white ones) still exist at that time it must mean at some point they adopted new practices to help them cope with changed circumstances, that at some point they realized and accepted that the ways of the past would no longer suffice. No one can say for sure when or if such times of great change are at hand. Being aware of the possibility that they may be, however, surely beats being mentally closed off to any such possibility.

          • Zaporizhian Sich

            In the deep future starting some 500 million years from now, the beginning of the end for life on Earth will arrive. The Sun is inexorably expanding, heating up and brightening as more and more hydrogen is fused into helium in it’s core. Helium atoms take up much less space than hydrogen atoms, which causes the core to contract, which heats up, which in turn speeds up nuclear fusion in the remaining hydrogen. By the time the Sun leaves the Main Sequence and exhausts all the hydrogen in the core, Earth will be a Hellish planet resembling Venus. If our descendants makes it that far in the future, they will be looking for another, younger star system to move to in order to avoid extinction.

          • silviosilver

            I’m well aware of that. But while it can be disturbing to think that one day life on Earth must come to an end, it’s also encouraging to think that there are still several hundred million years in which to create an escape route. We’ve only barely completed two or three percent of one million years up until now so that’s an almost unimaginably long time. In fact, it leaves enough time to screw things up royally more than once and still come up trumps in the end. It’s not much fun having to live through a period in which things are being screwed up, of course, but one can take heart that recovery is always a possibility. You know, even if there are only some 50,000 ‘intentional’ whites left at some point, if they breed in a way that grows their population one percent per annum, in a thousand years they would grow to a billion. Real life doesn’t always work out so neatly, but the point illustrates the value of taking a long-term perspective.

          • journey

            Believe you fully did understand my implication of “infringe” as expressed by your first sentence.
            Desalination is too costly. Believe the Middle East, with Israel leading the way, is intensely trying to improve the technology.
            Population growth would still be limited by land man ratio no matter what man will do in the future.

          • silviosilver

            We were discussing the right to reproduce. The right to reproduce means that people will perhaps reproduce or perhaps will not. The choice is up to them. If at any time they choose reproduce they have a right to proceed. How did nature ever infringe on this right?

            Desalination being ‘too costly’ is completely relative. If natural freshwater resources are exhausted then no cost would be ‘too high’ – you’d either pay the cost or you’d die. “Population control will become a pressing subject matter in the near future,” you said above. Yes, but even the most stringent attempts to control population or to depopulate will takes many years – long decades – to make a significant impact and in that time it’s completely plausible that natural freshwater resources could be exhausted.

          • journey

            The right to reproduce is a human idea not naturally given. Nature infringes on man’s so called right to reproduce when resources make the calls. And, man’s created idea of right to reproduce will be infringed by the land-man ratio (limitations of resources) which is nature. As shown by the example of fresh water getting scarcer aggravated by global droughts, nature has again shown her hand on the infringement of man’s so called right to reproduce.

            Desalination is expensive. People in poorer nations will die from shortage of water. This shortage of water also has impact on food production which means starvation. So this takes us back to the so called right to reproduce which you are confused about. The problem of over population will have to be addressed by either man or nature which we are avoiding currently due to PC. Hopefully, overpopulation will be addressed by man (soon) in an intelligent manner as nature is impersonal. There are no inherent rights given by nature. Any so called rights are man created in a social context but constrained by reality (nature). A reality, man at times has to struggle to deal with.

            Do not know how to make it any simpler the above simple
            concepts.

          • Zaporizhian Sich

            Either that, or they will have to be culled by warfare, disease or famine.

      • journey

        But why is that other countries are not as attractive? Matter of fact, they should stay in their own countries in making it better which is more noble than running away.

      • HE2

        There is nothing noble about the invasion of this once beautiful country by illegal, unvetted, illiterate, unskilled, alien non Whites whose idea of betterment is free food, free housing, free schooling [with translators], free legal services, free medical care, and for this current starving, impoverished lot, free size 4X knickers.

    • NoMosqueHere

      I would phrase it as “sick jews and liberal whites;” not all jews are sick but most are. Also, the civil rights obsession somehow infected immigration: to wit, it’s racist to have standards for entrance to the US.

  • With the progressive regime it goes like this ;
    “Sorry White man but now you’re in Back of the Bus”.

    • LHathaway

      Sitting in the back of the bus is dangerous on many bus routes in lots of big cities in the USA. It’s dangerous for white boys, particularly younger ones, and it can be unpleasant for white girls.

      • Usually Much Calmer

        I’ve seen used condoms on the floor at the back of the bus. No lie.

        • IstvanIN

          gross

  • LACountyRedneck

    I agree. Did you read my entire comment?

  • CallahanAuto

    After a day at Palisades Center mall in Nyack, N.Y., I already felt like a stranger in my own country.

    • Ringo Lennon

      These nonwhites love to hang around in malls. I used to love to go to malls but quit going about 10 years ago because I would get upset at all the Hispanics there and the signs in English/Spanish. One more enjoyment in my life shot down.

  • benvad

    Damn right.

  • Fighting_Northern_Spirit

    Lady Bracknell: “To lose one parent, Mr. Worthing, may be regarded as a misfortune; to lose both looks like carelessness.”

  • Chris

    I could hear the disgust in Jared’s voice.

  • Sick of it

    We let evil spread to this point. We could have stopped it by holding true to our faith and by punishing the wicked. Instead, we cast aside our faith in favor of the doctrines of men and embrace the wicked, as though they are somehow more holy.

  • Erasmus

    Our land border with Mexico wouldn’t pose any problem if we had real leaders in Washington, ones who were actually committed to doing their job to protect the country.

  • IstvanIN

    I wonder who will be considered that last president of the US, Bush or Obama? The end of WW2 and the Cold War had defining moments, the end of the US seems more like the end of the Roman Empire.

  • AndrewInterrupted

    Powerful speech. Straight talk.

  • NoMosqueHere

    God bless Jared Taylor.

  • Ringo Lennon

    Across my street the guy put up a hoop on his garage. I counted nine Mexicans bouncing a basketball for three hours. Just a reminder we’re losing our country and our schools are getting overrun by invader spawn.

  • Paleoconn

    Excellent video. One of the best and most poignant. Wonderful smackdown of those people who parrot the platitudes that this is a country of immigrants and that we are all children of immigrants. No! Our ancestors built this country. They were pioneers, warriors. Not immigrants. And they didn’t build this country and endow all its splendid institutions for us to give it away to third world parasites like these illegals and the parents who send them to our border. God bless the people of Murrieta and Vassar and Lawrenceville and everywhere resistance is rearing its beautiful head.

  • scottthestrategerist

    Have you considered Identitarianism? Not only does it make some VERY INTERESTING historical and archaeological arguments as to the identities of the Israelites (let’s skip to the end: they’re the white Europeans), but not even one of them is pro-Third Worlder, legal or otherwise. They’re a small movement and they may not have a church near you, but they may be just what you’re looking for.

  • Alexandra1973

    Time to “come out of her, my people” as the Bible says.

    Try out an independent Baptist church. That’s what I identify with, at any rate, and they tend to be against ecumenism.

    • scottthestrategerist

      Tell me more. I HATE the liberal Protestantism of my forebears. If they’re wasting their time and money on Africa, and importing Mestizons, then they’re not for me! If Jesus taught that, then he was just another Jew trying to undermine white people. (I said “if.” This is a rhetorical point.) Is there something better out there? 🙂

      • Alexandra1973

        Well, my church does have missionaries that go to Africa…but our money goes to the missionaries and we donate voluntarily. The church I go to is 99.9% White, largely due to its location and the local demographics. And we don’t roll in the aisles.

        In fact one of my friends asked a missionary asked what side of the road they drive on in one country there and he said “either side.” So I said “Basically pick a side.”

        The whole idea is, get a church established, turn it over to the natives, then head somewhere else.

        Find a church that recognizes the King James as the only accurate English translation and is against ecumenism. Chances are you’ll come up with independent fundamentalist Baptist. Not sure about Presbyterians (not the PCUSA but the PCA as Katherine McChesney here was talking about in another thread).

        • scottthestrategerist

          My Grandmother was a very religious Methodist. (If you don’t like Methodism, please don’t hate me. My Mom wouldn’t even let my Father baptise me.) I’ve become interested in Christianity ONLY because (1) I see it as a potential vehicle for a white religious movement, and (2) I’m taking a second look at Anglo-Israelism and I think that the historical and archaeological evidence is pretty good. I’m in no way saying that I’m convinced beyond all doubt that Anglo-Israelism is true, but I am convinced beyond all doubt that it might be true. 🙂

          Anyway, my point is that there is a racialist element in Christianity and I’m trying to learn it. I would be happy to help you with it if you want to preach it to your church, as it’s a waste of time and effort to expend any resources upon nonwhites. If Christians can wake up to be whites-only, then we can turn this whole thing around very quickly!

          • David Ashton

            I regret to say that if you really do sufficient all-round research you will find that both British-Israel and Aryan-Israel Identity beliefs, albeit appealing and initially plausible, are unsound – from scripture, ethnology and history. Disappointing, but unfortunately the case.

      • David Ashton

        Poor old Paul usually gets the brickbats, rather than the Galilean who drove the money-changers out of the Temple which High Priest Annas found a nice little earner.

        For Alfred Rosenberg the Nazi he was “Shaul”, the first Jewish Bolshevik, while for Hyam Maccoby the Zionist he was “Solon” the first Christian anti-Semite! Houston Stewart Chamberlain had the idea that Jesus had a Jewish mother and a Gentile father, whereas Paul had a Gentile mother and a Jewish father.

  • Luca

    The United States is transforming into one large refugee camp. To gain entrance, one need only claim that they are refugees with no burden of proof.

    Poor, illiterate, diseased, gang-membership, pregnant, criminal record??? No problem just say you’re a refugee.

    To reverse this trend will require an enormous political upheaval. The only problem is among all the limp-wrist politicians on all sides, I see not one worthy of the role to lead such an upheaval. We need a reincarnation of General Patton.

  • gemjunior

    The Catholic Church was infiltrated right before Vatican II and what we now call the Conciliar Church is not the real church. Even the liturgy of the New Mass or Novus Ordo has been written by non-Catholic, non-Latin speaking clergy who were Jews or Protestants. John Paul II was definitely a Jew whose mother’s surname was Katz, his grandmother was Scholz or Schultz, and his great grandmother was Ryback. Also, Pope Paul VI Giovanni Montini’s mother was Giudetta Alghisi was was from a family of Jewish nobility long established in Italy. Both had very divided loyalties and were buried in plain wooden coffins according to Jewish burial laws. There is so much about Roman Catholicism that has been corrupted and bastardized especially since the 1950s and 1960s, that unless a person attends the traditional Roman mass it’s hardly worth going since it’s not the same. True Roman Catholics are not getting what they need so must join SSPX, while churches that still offer Latin Mass are being penalized and punished in some way.
    BTW, it’s not only Catholic churches facilitating the giving away of our country. There are many denominations picking at the bones of what’s left. But you will get no argument from me that Catholic church on the whole is helping. I just wanted to point out that it is no longer worthy of being called Roman Catholicism.

    • David Ashton

      I agree about the decline of the RC church since Vatican 2 – even the atheist Jewess Ayn Rand said “There is tragedy in the spectacle.” I have not looked into the ancestry and burial of the two Popes you mention, though I would recommend most (not all) of “Judaism and the Vatican” by Leon de Poncins (despite his tendency to make odd mistakes, such as calling Engels Jewish); Maurice Pinay’s huge “Plot Against the Church also has some nonsense pages.

      Jewish scholars always “do it better” than anti-Jewish writers. Too many of the former, however, maintain that “The Holocaust” was the eventual but direct consequence of the New Testament, and of course guilt-ridden Christians have followed suit. Fundamentalist “Christian Zionists” seem to have overlooked this.

      What I would ask traditional Catholics is how they account for this decadence of faith, morals and liturgy in view of the NT “guarantees” that the Gates of Hell would never prevail against the Church built on Peter and that Jesus would always protect its universal teaching role? It was this contradiction, even more than political correctness and pedophile priests, that decided me against becoming a Catholic.

  • Cannot Tell

    My sympathy lies with the Europeans, particularly the Italians. I can’t imagine having boatloads of Africans trying to invade my country. Africans are worse than Mestizos by a long shot.

  • MikeofAges

    I did my part. I joined the Episcopal Church in 2001. After Gene Robinson, a priest who left his wife to live with his male partner, was appointed bishop of New Hampshire, the church began to split apart. Some diocese and some parishes left the Episcopal Church of America to form an independent Anglican church. The California diocese I was in, I am glad to say, was one of them.

    As the movement was gaining momentum, we had a meeting in our parish. Most of the people there were wringing their hands and asking questions about what this all meant. I, being politically astute, said something like this: “These people (the leftist and liberationists) are expert at litigation. Before you do anything else, protect your property from them, or you will end in a church under their control. Everything will seem much same, but it will not yours anymore.”

    There was litigation. It was widely reported that those who split away lost in court. Don’t forget, the leftists and liberationists are expert at propaganda too. I eventually found out that they won little in court. Only the control of the actual diocese buildings and a couple of parish buildings in the Los Angeles area. The rest of the church property in California remained under the control of the individual parishes, with the opportunity for each one to go the direction it wished.

    Separation of church and state survived this attempt at state control. Maybe, later, it won’t and the courts will begin to support more strongly the legal power of centralized entities to control individual church. Dangerous, because the leftists and liberationists are expert in gaining control of centralized entities, particularly anything non-profit.

  • A good video, and like others have said, I can sense the annoyance in Jared that this madness is allowed to continue, and more than that, that they want it to continue.

    It is a good point about the trafficking itself and how this is not, by any means, a “humanitarian crisis”. The parents of these children have sent them willingly into this situation, and paid criminals sums of money to traffic them to the United States.

    They are clearly “Illegals” – and despite what some say (“there is no such thing as an illegal”) – they are breaking the law and should be deported one and all. I think the law and the right side of this is clear, which, like Britain, makes it such a tragedy that those in control are purposefully running counter to these positions.

    Like here, and places such as Italy, if they spent the money they are using to “cope” with these situations on actually deporting every last one of them, building border forces and sending a signal that it will NOT be tolerated….it would dry up from a flood into a trickle.

    The aspect of them not being “innocent” and being part of a disturbing process is perhaps the leverage to be used to turn the “moral highground” back to Americans. You need that, and you need numbers – organisations, well known spokesmen, whoever can be found to help turn the tables and generate some momentum.

    Not only is it right to focus on the theft of a country and the monies, but it should be remembered to try and beat the ‘bleeding hearts’ at their own game – and turn them into the despicable people who ought to be ashamed of themselves for what they are doing.

    Recent articles here show me that America and Britain are very similar in terms of routes and leverage against upholding the law, the immigration system, and the underhanded ways of admitting hundreds of thousands into our nations – such as bogus students.

    It can be no coincidence that all our governments are up to their necks in allowing it to go on, that none of them have any desire to sort it out, and condemn anybody who even simply calls for the due processes to be upheld.

    Can no ‘Western’ nation do anything right? Are they all incompetent or ‘short sighted’? I don’t think so. It is more than that, and has been for a long time.

  • Hal K

    Our leech-in-chief invited some fellow leeches to come and leech off of their preferred host, i.e. white people.

  • WR_the_realist

    What could you do if you owned property on the border? Shoot the invaders? You’ll rot away the rest of your life in prison. Call ICE? They’ll catch and deport 5% of them, as usual. Build a fence? The sort of fence that would work (something like the wall Israel built on its border with the West Bank) will be out of your budget unless you’re a billionaire.

    Plenty of people opposed to the invasion already own property along the border. Their pleas for immigration sanity fall on deaf ears.

  • watling

    Why don’t US-based Latin American and Hispanic groups go and fix their ancestral homelands instead of encouraging their ethnic buddies to leave such lands? Or is there something wrong with the air, soil and water in Central America?

    • Hal K

      The answer should be obvious to a race realist.

  • Hal K

    They may be able to steal our country, but they can’t steal us, at least not in the short run. They don’t come here for the land. They come here for opportunities provided by living around white people. If white people come together and realize that they have to start preserving what they create for their own people, then the invaders will see what they “stole” suddenly vanish before their eyes and return to its rightful owners.

  • Zaporizhian Sich

    I mostly ignore both of them.

    • scottthestrategerist

      Mostly?

  • scottthestrategerist

    I thought the dreadful Engleman was just a Jewish supremacist and pro-Mongoloid? Bossman reads like an “educated” Negro, i.e. IQ coming up on 100 so he feels superior to his fellow Negroes, and hence to everyone else. Bossman wants whites to be swamped out by the hordes in the name of “Justice” and “Mercy” – concepts which he reserves exclusively for nonwhites. I didn’t think Engleman was pro-horde? There are Jews who, while being Jewish supremacists, are smart enough to realise that they can’t control the violent black and brown hordes and can’t sell them on their stupid grievance narratives. Whites, and only whites, have outgroup altruism. It’s our greatest weakness and I have to fight myself every day – much like an alcoholic would – to suppress it.

    • David Ashton

      I think first of kindness and responsibility to my wife, children and grandchildren. I am not against charity in principle, but it begins at home, and it must do good in the long-term. “They breed ’em, we’ll feed ’em” is NOT a humanitarian principle. Altruism is an unfocused form of benevolence that can do more harm than good, especially if it sacrifices the life and family of the productive to the greed and criminality of the parasite.

      • adplatt126

        Exactly. Certain forms of altruism are fine and indeed good if they can be wedded to certain basic demands that constrain the behavior of the receiver on a minor level (no more than 3 children, humane conduct towards your fellow man, etc).

      • Ella

        Media will never speak of the greed from the minorities who demand their entitlements without making their own sacrifices or willing pay their share of federal taxes for all these unpaid and borrowed-printed costly services!

  • Ella

    These teens will probably will never do a month of hard work like farming and infrastructure building like my ancestors did to earn a living. They are not refugees or settlers but add more debt and overcrowded conditions to our current bloated US cities.

  • Ella

    I can still read the Bible without the help of the clergy. I just don’t donate a thing unless it is to a respectable charity usually out of church. There are medical research groups and animal shelters who will always benefit from kind acts. I also buy items to reduce fraud risks.