Ann Coulter: U.S. ‘Finished’ If Amnesty Passes

Garth Kant, WND, June 18, 2013


Why won’t passing amnesty help Republicans?

Look at California! The state that gave us Richard Nixon and Ronald Reagan is now a state where a Republican cannot be elected statewide. Not even attractive, successful businesswomen like Carly Fiorina and Meg Whitman can beat a tired old dinosaur like Jerry Brown or a dried-up prune like Barbara Boxer. The most beautiful state in the union is ruined, and the greatest nation in history is about to be.

Why will passing amnesty hurt Republicans?

Amnesty will lead to the immiseration of millions of Americans as low-wage workers will be out of work entirely or working at meaningless low-wage jobs. In either event they’ll be required to depend on government to get by. The 30 million Hispanics who already are citizens or legal residents will be in the same boat as the rest of us. Many of them will be earning less and less, unable to get ahead or to assimilate. It’s not just amnesty, but legal immigration that needs to be curtailed to give the mass of immigrants from the last several decades time to make money, get ahead and assimilate to American culture. That’s how you create a Republican: Give him a job. You create a Democrat by giving him welfare. A lot more Americans of all races will need government assistance, thanks to Rubio’s amnesty/mass immigration bill.

If amnesty won’t help the GOP, why are prominent Republicans pushing it?

Because the plutocrats want it. All the rich Republican donors want cheap labor, and their high-priced lobbyists have convinced the stupidest Republicans that it’s a great idea. As George Borjas of Harvard has pointed out, amnesty transfers wealth from the bottom of society to the top. The rich get cheap labor and the bottom third get crappy, low-wage jobs.


How will amnesty hurt America?

I’d say being a country where the political spectrum runs from Gavin Newsom to Nancy Pelosi is not a country most Americans want to live in. But we weren’t consulted on whether to turn the country into Mexico. And at best it will be Mexico – with the very, very, very rich doing quite well, attended to by hordes of servants, while the rest of us live in huts and scrape by on less than today’s minimum wage. For a preview of this new country, see California.


Historically, immigration has helped America–why is it now hurting our country?

That’s nonsense!

1) As Peter Brimelow points out ALL NATIONS ARE NATIONS OF IMMIGRANTS. STOP CALLING AMERICA “A NATION OF IMMIGRANTS!” Do people imagine the British simply emerged from the mud as proper, common law-respecting, tea-drinking Englishmen? The Romans occupied it, the Normans invaded, Germanic tribes replaced the Normans, the Vikings invaded and a thousand of years later, the Muslims came and wrecked the place. I may have gotten some of the invasions mixed up, but that’s it in a nutshell.

2) As Milton Friedman has said: You can’t have open borders and a welfare state. For roughly the first three centuries of America’s existence, anyone could come here–and good luck to them! If they couldn’t make it, they went home. About 30 percent did. We skimmed the cream of the world! By the time of the American Revolution, this had created something distinctive about Americans, as described absolutely beautifully by Alexis de Tocqueville’s “Democracy in America.”

Even after the Democrats ginned up the welfare machinery, the country maintained the same national character and stayed largely the same demographically because our immigration policy imposed quotas to replicate the nationalities of the people already here. But in 1965, Teddy Kennedy’s immigration act intentionally changed the ethnicity of immigrants to favor those from the Third World and freeze out people from countries that had traditionally sent us our immigrants. Since the late 1970s, more than 90 percent of the immigrants to America have been from the Third World. This has led to wider income inequality, a higher crime rate, more unemployment and on and on and on. The 1965 immigration act was the worst thing that ever happened to this country.


If amnesty passes, is it time to ditch the GOP and start a new party? (Or would it already be too late?)

Too late. If the Rubio amnesty bill passes, the country will be finished. There will be no point in fighting for anything anymore. All we will have left to do is take revenge on the people who destroyed this country, starting with desecrating Teddy Kennedy’s grave and moving on to primarying every Republican who voted for it.

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  • It may be tough, but you are going to have to spend this election voting out some fake republicans, and that will mean some democrats will have to win.
    It’s better to wake up the punk liberal with glazed eyes, and $40,000 in student loan debt by pointing out where his problems are originating from.

    • Greg Thomas

      Our elections no longer work. That has been proven over the last 8 years,

      • tickyul

        BRAVO, way past the point where voting will do any good.

      • Bobbala

        How old are you, 8 ?

  • MekongDelta69

    You import the Third World – You GET the Third World.

    • Eddie Lutz

      They’re not even importing the turd world. I mean even turd world countries have an upper crust of society, doctors, engineers and whatnot. No, we’re getting the DREGS of the turd world.

  • JustaWhiteMom

    Well at least we know that she is on our side. She has essentially come out as a full-blown White nationalist at this point.

    • The__Bobster

      She said she’s now a one-issue voter. So am I. The other issues just don’t matter if our nation is destroyed….and this bill will do just that.

      • Erasmus

        Bingo. You are NO conservative if you won’t first fight to preserve your own nation and people. All issues are NOT of equal import. To hell with where a politicians stands on prayer in school if he won’t first do what’s necessary to “secure the realm.”

        • Romulus

          These are terrible times in the kingdom.

  • E_Pluribus_Pluribus

    “The 1965 immigration act was the worst thing that ever happened to this country.”


    Pat Buchanan, on that devastating political event:

    “It was in 1965, halcyon hour of the Great Society, that Ted Kennedy led Congress into abolishing a policy that had restricted immigration for 40 years, while we absorbed and Americanized the millions who had come over between 1890 and 1920.

    “The ‘national origins’ feature of that 1924 [immigration] law mandated that ships arriving at U.S. ports carry immigrants from countries that had provided our immigrants in the past. We liked who we were.

    “Immigration policy was written to reinforce the Western orientation and roots of America, 90 percent of whose population could by 1960 trace its ancestry to the Old Continent.

    “But since 1965, immigration policy has been run by people who detest that America and wanted a new nation that looked less like Europe and more like a continental replica of the U.N. General Assembly.

    “They wanted to end America’s history as the largest and greatest of Western nations and make her a nation of nations, a new society and a new people, more racially, ethnically, religiously and culturally diverse than any nation on the face of the earth.

    “Behind this vision lies an ideology, an idée fixe, that America is not a normal nation of blood and soil, history and heroes, but a nation erected upon an idea, the idea that anyone and everyone who comes here, raises his hand, and swears allegiance to the Declaration of Independence and Bill of Rights becomes, de facto, not just a legal citizen but an American.

    “But that is no more true than to say that someone who arrives in Paris from Africa or the Middle East and raises his hand to declare allegiance to the Rights of Man thereby becomes a Frenchman.

    “What is the peril into which America and the West are drifting?
    Ties of race, religion, ethnicity and culture are the prevailing winds among mankind and are tearing apart countries and continents. And as we bring in people from all over the world, they are not leaving all of their old allegiances and animosities behind.

    “Many carry them, if at times dormant, within their hearts.

    “And if we bring into America—afflicted by her polarized politics, hateful rhetoric and culture wars—peoples on all sides of every conflict roiling mankind, how do we think this experiment is going to end?”*

    *Excerpt from: “Woolwich Slaughter—Will the West Wake Up?” By Patrick J. Buchanan on May 23, 2013

    • The__Bobster

      A certain group worked for decades to see traditional America destroyed. By 1965, they’d gained enough power to do exactly that.

      • Romulus

        Like a Shakespeare tragedy. The chosen, huh? They better pray to the “nothing” that the economy doesn’t tank. They might get their wish to see paradise. Which why I still believe that all the restrictions in America is coming to fruition. It can’t just be because of the social instability brought on by the demise of our demographic.

        • Sick of it

          Read Revelation and you’ll see who’s chosen they really are. Especially if you read the gospels first…it really puts things in perspective.

    • Erasmus

      Could it have been guilt for the many sins Teddy knew he had committed, including this greatest one of all, that made him into a drunk until the day he died?

      –Nah, not even possible

      • RHG

        Maybe after watching his brothers killed at the hands of leftwingers, he made a calculated choice to hop on board in an attempt to avoid the same fate.

        • Sick of it

          They call that Realpolitik.

          • RHG

            I have heard the term, so I looked it up and I believe you are right.

          • Romulus

            I have my KJV copy, but haven’t read it in a while. I’ve been trying to reorganize my library and finish other books IM reading. James’ version can be a little tough to figure. If you give me chapter and verse, I’d like to read about what you mention.

          • Sick of it

            “I know thy works: behold, I have set before thee an open door, and no man can shut it: for thou hast a little strength, and hast kept my word, and hast not denied my name.

            Behold, I will make them of the synagogue of Satan, which say they are Jews, and are not, but do lie; behold, I will make them to come and worship before thy feet, and to know that I have loved thee.”

            Revelation 3:8-9

            “Then spake Jesus again unto them, saying, I am the light of the world: he that followeth me shall not walk in darkness, but shall have the light of life.

            The Pharisees therefore said unto him, Thou bearest record of thyself; thy record is not true.

            Jesus answered and said unto them, Though I bear record of myself, yet my record is true: for I know whence I came, and whither I go; but ye cannot tell whence I come, and whither I go.

            Ye judge after the flesh; I judge no man. And yet if I judge, my judgment is true: for I am not alone, but I and the Father that sent me.

            It is also written in your law, that the testimony of two men is true. I am one that bear witness of myself, and the Father that sent me beareth witness of me.

            Then said they unto him, Where is thy Father? Jesus answered, Ye neither know me, nor my Father: if ye had known me, ye should have known my Father also. These words spake Jesus in the treasury, as he taught in the temple: and no man laid hands on him; for his hour was not yet come.

            Then said Jesus again unto them, I go my way, and ye shall seek me, and shall die in your sins: whither I go, ye cannot come.”

            John 8:12-21

            “Then said Jesus unto them, When ye have lifted up the Son of man, then shall ye know that I am he, and that I do nothing of myself; but as my Father hath taught me, I speak these things.

            And he that sent me is with me: the Father hath not left me alone; for I do always those things that please him. As he spake these words, many believed on him.

            Then said Jesus to those Jews which believed on him, If ye continue in my word, then are ye my disciples indeed; And ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free.

            They answered him, We be Abraham’s seed, and were never in bondage to any man: how sayest thou, Ye shall be made free?

            Jesus answered them, Verily, verily, I say unto you, Whosoever committeth sin is the servant of sin. And the servant abideth not in the house for ever: but the Son abideth ever. If the Son therefore shall make you free, ye shall be free indeed.

            I know that ye are Abraham’s seed; but ye seek to kill me, because my word hath no place in you. I speak that which I have seen with my Father: and ye do that which ye have seen with your father.

            They answered and said unto him, Abraham is our father. Jesus saith unto them, If ye were Abraham’s children, ye would do the works of Abraham. But now ye seek to kill me, a man that hath told you the truth, which I have heard of God: this did not Abraham. Ye do the deeds of your father. Then said they to him, We be not born of fornication; we have one Father, even God.

            Jesus said unto them, If God were your Father, ye would love me: for I proceeded forth and came from God; neither came I of myself, but he sent me. Why do ye not understand my speech? even because ye cannot hear my word.

            Ye are of your father the devil, and the lusts of your father ye will do. He was a murderer from the beginning, and abode not in the truth, because there is no truth in him. When he speaketh a lie, he speaketh of his own: for he is a liar, and the father of it.

            And because I tell you the truth, ye believe me not.”

            John 8:28-45

            ” Thou that makest thy boast of the law, through breaking the law dishonourest thou God? For the name of God is blasphemed among the Gentiles through you, as it is written.

            For circumcision verily profiteth, if thou keep the law: but if thou be a breaker of the law, thy circumcision is made uncircumcision. Therefore if the uncircumcision keep the righteousness of the law, shall not his uncircumcision be counted for circumcision?

            And shall not uncircumcision which is by nature, if it fulfil the law,
            judge thee, who by the letter and circumcision dost transgress the law?

            For he is not a Jew, which is one outwardly; neither is that circumcision, which is outward in the flesh: But he is a Jew, which is one inwardly; and circumcision is that of the heart, in the spirit, and not in the letter; whose praise is not of men, but of God.”

            Romans 2:23-29

            “Beware of dogs, beware of evil workers, beware of the concision. For we are the circumcision, which worship God in the spirit, and rejoice in Christ Jesus, and have no confidence in the flesh.

            Though I might also have confidence in the flesh. If any other man thinketh that he hath whereof he might trust in the flesh, I more: Circumcised the eighth day, of the stock of Israel, of the tribe of Benjamin, an Hebrew of the Hebrews; as touching the law, a Pharisee; Concerning zeal, persecuting the church; touching the righteousness which is in the law, blameless.

            But what things were gain to me, those I counted loss for Christ. Yea doubtless, and I count all things but loss for the excellency of the knowledge of Christ Jesus my Lord: for whom I have suffered the loss of all things, and do count them but dung, that I may win Christ, And be found in him, not having mine own righteousness, which is of the law, but that which is through the faith of Christ, the righteousness which is of God by faith:

            That I may know him, and the power of his resurrection, and the fellowship of his sufferings, being made conformable unto his death; If by any means I might attain unto the resurrection of the dead.”

            Philippians 3:2-11

            “But when the Jews saw the multitudes, they were filled with envy, and spake against those things which were spoken by Paul, contradicting and blaspheming.

            Then Paul and Barnabas waxed bold, and said, It was necessary that the word of God should first have been spoken to you: but seeing ye put it from you, and judge yourselves unworthy of everlasting life, lo, we turn to the Gentiles.

            For so hath the Lord commanded us, saying, I have set thee to be a light of the Gentiles, that thou shouldest be for salvation unto the ends of the earth.

            And when the Gentiles heard this, they were glad, and glorified the word of the Lord: and as many as were ordained to eternal life believed. And the word of the Lord was published throughout all the region.

            But the Jews stirred up the devout and honourable women, and the chief men of the city, and raised persecution against Paul and Barnabas, and expelled them out of their coasts. But they shook off the dust of their feet against them, and came unto Iconium. And the disciples were filled with joy, and with the Holy Ghost.”

            Acts 13:45-52

            Yet one more thing to consider – According to the inerrant Word of God, in the end of days 144,000 Jews will be saved by the grace of God through faith in Jesus Christ. The total world Jewish population today is estimated at 13,746,100 (which I think is an underestimate personally, but compare that large number to the few who will be saved).

            If a mere 144,000 will be saved from them in the end, who do the rest work for?

          • Romulus

            Forgive my ignorance,for thru the years my faith has wobbles a but. If I interpret the passages correctly, it is the gentiles that are the chosen,yes?

            My problem with the teachings is the fact of HOW ,christianity became Europeans religion. The torture,inquisition,murder at Sutton hoo,forced conversion, tower of London, the destruction of the sacred tree of Yggdrasil by Francis In what is now Berlin in the late 1600s, I believe. The 17 different versions that keep the flocks divided.
            All that being said, it is not the message that I have issue with,but the fantastic. So many of than stories are parables intended to teach a truth that gets bogged down by literal interpretation of the supernatural. There is a way to teach the “message” in conjunction with natural law, that won’t finish either the word or the known laws of physics. Americas original Christian principles are a direct combination of European paganism and the word of Christ. I don’t see any logical reason why the people should just throw out the baby with the bathwater. Instead, the “message” needs to be CLEAR again to reach the flock. THE CRAZY MUST BE OMITTED. NOBODY SPEAKS OLD ENGLISH ANYMORE. I will submit that believing in nothing is not better than something as long as it isn’t crazy double speak or things that just don’t make any sense. That has been a problem with alot of the denominations since the beginning of the Christian story. I am a thinking Christian. I cannot abide crazy people and yet there are truths that will always be true, with or without an organized religion. If we can reconcile a “message” that helps unify the people, so be it. I’m on board. If it goes off the deep end like the left has, I will make my own peace with I believe.

          • Sick of it

            As a Christian, I have to be straight forward on a few things. First, the gospel of Jesus Christ is 100% true. Just look at some of the over 300 messianic prophecies which He was literally impossible for Him to do so, yet He did. He evidenced the holy spirit of God during His lifetime and miracles were performed in His name after His death on the cross and resurrection. Resurrection of the dead is possible through the power of God.

            Second, the earliest Christians in Northern Europe were not Roman Catholics, but often, if not entirely, Arian Christians. They converted people in Northern Europe through faith not force. The prideful Romans have stamped out many Christian practices which their popes have had problems with (like sharing the gospel in the vernacular rather than Latin, as though Latin were a holy tongue).

            Third, our earliest settlers were Christians as well. They did not believe in pagan Greek and Roman philosophies/superstitions as much as modern people do. The entire reason our nation has differed in its history from others was due to Christian belief. We knew our rights came from God, not from men, a belief which was repudiated by the state church people in old Europe. This belief system makes freedom a real possibility…it allows for real compassion in dealings between human beings. It teaches us that each of us is important as an individual in the eyes of God, but that we must also be humble and care for others. That we should worship God rather than riches.

            Now compare that belief system to the elites who rule today – They believe that people only have what rights they grant to them. They enjoy abusing other human beings. Logic and compassion are both meaningless to them if it reduces their power. They steal all of the wealth for themselves in order to keep the mass of humanity poor and under their thumbs. They are the worst of the Old World.

            We could argue over mistakes made by various people all day, but the above is essentially true.

            If you’re interested in the spiritual, the best starting place might be for you to read De Anima by Aristotle. His logic will blow your mind.

    • What are you going to do about it, white guy?

      • Erasmus

        Great photo. He looks like a slap-stick villain from Dickens.

      • NM156

        His face is one big capillary, broken everywhere from alcohol abuse.

    • Romulus

      All assimilated but the groids,tribe,zionists,neocons,muzzies,hindus and brown squat monsters.

  • BonusGift

    Clearly Ann has read AmRen. Hey Ann, thank you! Also, for what it’s worth, your arguments are sound.

    • BonusGift

      Thanks for the up arrow Ann!

    • Nathanwartooth

      She at least reads Steve Sailer and VDare, maybe she reads AmRen.

      • IanJMacDonald

        I’ve been reading her books over the past ten years as she publishes them. It is clear to me that she reads Amren, and has a copy of The Color of Crime. I do not fault her for not mentioning us given the restraints of real freedom of speech that exist in America at this time.

        • evilsandmich

          Better that she doesn’t. Brave enough that she mentions Sailer as both National (suicide) Review and the Wall Street Urinal have posted hate bits against him.

  • bigone4u

    Economic history shows that America rose to greatness for decades when labor was scarce and white men were in charge. Surplus labor and dark races in charge are a recipe for rapid and total decline. If the USA is to recover ALL immigration must be stopped so that American workers can receive a fair day’s pay for their work.

    • Bossman

      White men are still in charge and in the past they used a lot of free dark labor (slaves) to get things done. They also drove the Indians into reservations and annexed Mexican territory. That is how America rose to greatness.

      • bigone4u

        White men in charge? Last time I looked a black man was in the White House.

      • robinbishop34

        It sounds like you’re suggesting an innate White superiority?

      • Sick of it

        Slavery doomed the South by keeping us too agrarian instead of focusing on industry, like the eastern barbarians did. Thus they could produce far more war materiel than we could.

        Slavery also kept the free white population of the South lower than it should have been because some of the agrarian work was performed by them instead of whites.

        Slaves essentially ate 80% of their work product.

        Slavery was one of the most costly institutions in our history and most certainly not free!

      • Romulus

        Not exactly. The king initiated slaves here and whites were also slaves in the south for just under 80 yrs. See “they were white ,they were slaves”; and “white cargo”. America didn’t annex Mexico , we won in 1848 after the battle of San jacinto. Santa douche ANA massacres hundreds at goliad and the Alamo. Villa murdered 18 college students in new Mexico. All that happened before the war. Poor white settlers were invited into Texas for cheap labor and then seen as a threat to the Spanish speaking people. Don’t believe some movie with Kevin costner. Did we send the injuns away. Yes! So what. We lived peacefully looking for a better life until the injuns saw us as a threat and decided to kill the pale faces. Rape the women and scalp the men. THEY LOST. I will apologize to no one. Did you forget the massacres of the whites at forth Pitt. The ones in the carolinas. Custer. If you have any guilt go share it with some other bleeding hearts.

        • Nathanwartooth

          Supposedly the “native” Indians committed genocide on the group of people who were already settled in America.

          • Romulus

            That’s also accurate. The Lakota souix and Pawnee used to knock each other off on a regular basis. Why is it considered so evil that the Americans did the same as any other group? To the victor go the spoils.

        • AllSeeingEyeSpy

          we’re the new indians. . . .

      • kjh64

        Every race and nationality all over the world in the distant past engaged in either slavery, invasions etc. What Whites did in America’s past isn’t anything the rest of the world didn’t do. Non-Whites in past history often make Whites look like choir boys. America rose to greatness because White people created it just like any nation rises to greatness, or not, because of the people that create it..

  • borogirl54

    The problem is that there is unmitigated immigration from the third world due to the diversity lottery that has been responsible for bring a lot of Africans and Middle Eastern Muslims to this country. Also failing to secure the southern border is another reason for our current problems. Had action been taken in the 1990’s to deport the illegals then, we would not be having this conversation now.

    • Sick of it

      Clinton would probably have sent the ATF to take care of anyone who tried to deport illegals in the 90s.

  • The__Bobster

    But we weren’t consulted on whether to turn the country into Mexico. And at best it will be Mexico – with the very, very, very rich doing quite well, attended to by hordes of servants, while the rest of us live in huts and scrape by on less than today’s minimum wage. For a preview of this new country, see California.

    We never get to vote on issues that really matter. Did we get to vote on busing and racial quotas?

    And when we do get to express our will through a propostion, some unelected judge will declare it null and void.

    • BonusGift

      True; and the logical response is revolution.

      • Romulus

        Yes, hence their efforts at destroying the particular freedom of the bill of rights.

      • Romulus

        Also ,intended to keep arms away from all of the “new Americans” (haji). As they come here in droves , our sacred documents apply to them ( they shouldn’t) . Can you imagine if the muzzies that could be armed in America equal the number of members that we have in the NRA.

    • evilsandmich

      Busing, OMG what a disaster, and what a bunch of pussies for tolerating it (before my time, sorry). Unfortunately the Feds found the better method of Section 8ing undesirables into middle class neighborhoods: forced busing, welfare and corporate welfare all-in-one!

  • Dave4088

    “That’s how you create a Republican: Give him a job.”

    This has been a conservative fallacy since time immemorial. Affirmative action has given blacks and browns jobs (that they don’t deserve), but has that transformed them into conservative, flag waving, white people loving, Republicans?

    How can you explain all the blacks and browns who have jobs, but who overwhelmingly vote for the Democrats in all national elections and for Obama in 2008 and 2012?

    • Stentorian_Commentator

      You have somewhat of a point, but I believe Ann is referring to real jobs, not make work bureaucratic gubmint jobs.
      Like you probably have, I have also come to the point where I recognize that racial harmony is just not going to happen, and we ought to split up. The blacks and browns have plenty of space in Africa and points south of the U.S., and we should be sending them there.

      • NM156

        No make-work jobs at every corporation and large employer in the United States, all of whom follow affirmative action standards whether they’re under the guidance of an EEOC judge or not. You need to step out of your nice white suburb or small town once in awhile and visit American reality. It will be in its way soon, nonetheless.

  • Alexandra1973

    If I wanted to live in Mexico, I’d move to Mexico.

    • Eddie Lutz

      One day you might want to, the way our country is going.

  • Dave4088

    Orphan Annie forgot to mention Teddy’s accomplice, radical Norwegian Emmanuel Celler who many credit as the primary inspiration for the 1965 immigration act. Actually, Manny isn’t Norwegian, but someone might now his ethnic antecedents.

    • BonusGift

      Wild guess: tribe member?

      • Dave4088

        You win a Toyota Prius!

        • BonusGift

          Thank you for what Cartman would call the “smugmobile”. Also, I’d like to thank the members of the academy, but I fear they will call me a ‘racist’ Nazi for correctly identifying them, so instead I’ll thank my dog for being the racist dog she seems to be and still liking me and protecting the kids. I feel a tear coming on; can you forgive me for my moment of weakness?

          • bigone4u

            I wish I could read the deleted comments. Sounds like you told someone off really good.

          • Romulus

            Great comment. That was a hoot!

          • BonusGift

            Moderator: Was it really necessary to censor me and my friends’ comments? Hey Ann, can you talk to the AmRen moderator, as I expect you have more pull than us? Oh, and before I forget, don’t listen to anyone who says cut your hair short or “bob” it.

  • ravitchn


  • The Verdict of History

    We Nationalists MUST MUST MUST get our history correct.

    It is critical.

    This Garth Kant fellow is an embarrassment, as he does not know basic English History.

    “Normans invaded, Germanic tribes replaced the Normans, the Vikings invaded and a thousand of years later, the Muslims came and wrecked the place. I may have gotten some of the invasions mixed up, but that’s it in a nutshell.”


    First – The Germanic tribes settled in the 4th and 5th centuries, with Scandinavian Germanics invading later…

    Second – THEN the Normans “replaced” the Anglo Saxon aristocracy in the late 11th century under William the Conq…

    I’m disgusted.

    • Romulus

      1066 AD . The battle of Hastings. Harald the Bluetooth lost. What is an even greater tragedy is that the genetic variation between celts and genomics might as we’ll be moot. The word Celt is not a noun but a Greek adjective,meaning ” the hidden people”. From the Greek word keltoi. So what the author is describing is intra tribal warfare.

    • Sick of it

      The Germanic tribes (let us call them Saxons for simple reference) displaced/mixed with the, by that time, Britons, a mix of Celts and Romans.

    • HJ11

      This is just picking the fly specks out of the pepper, and doesn’t change the point that every nation is a nation of immigrants.

      • Romulus

        True,yet pat buchanans definition described it best. A people of the same blood, the same soil, with the same cultural history, a common language and heroes.

  • OhWow

    I’ll be totally honest. I used to be a liberal…I’m only 24. Not too long ago I was an undergrad in college worshiping the bible of liberalism as everyone does in 99% of colleges today. I would laugh at jokes made at the expense of Ann Coulter. Well, I began to feel anti-white sentiment and spent my time seeing if anyone else noticed this or if it was just me. BINGO! AmRen. I can now say though I am an atheist, I still believe in the conservative values and I have grown very fond of Ann Coulter for coming out and speaking so brashly but also truthfully. I think her being a woman makes it harder for people to attack her, so it’s perfect. If she was an old white guy making these statements they would be public enemy #1.

    She’s right. If this passes (and we know it will), the country is finished. Maybe it won’t seem so for those living today, but what we really need to think about is our children’s generation. MY kids…I’m 24 now…just imagine when my future kids are my age. Most people my age don’t see it coming at all as they are still in their liberal stage. America as we know it is in her deathbed. Minorities in this country already hate whites, just wait until they actually have the power…they will use it to shove right in our faces even more. Every minority site I’ve been on has plenty of comments about how whites are declining and they are in a full-out party mode. They know what’s happening.

    • BonusGift

      Good to hear the red pill still works. Let’s try to make the next decade or two the following meme: A funny thing happened on the way to YT’s genocide parade.

    • Romulus

      Welcome home young lady!! Your “awakening” must have shocked you to the core. Yes, all who post herein are certainly concerned God our children. You can start to become involved in protecting our liberties. Learn a truly sustainable old skill that you can market. Seek out friends that share your views, but don’t be provocative to “others”. One does not have to believe In a spirit flying out of the sky on a magic chariot to believe in a higher power. If you step back and look at both arguments logically, you can find a very comfortable medium. Science has never been able to replicate a human cell only insert rna. There still must be the laws that have been in place since the creation of the universe for organic life to exist. Is that not a miracle? Biological systems are self stabilizing and and leafs can turn sunlight into food! A happy accident? Spontaneous emergence? Creation? Does it really matter what we call it? Isn’t it still a sacred process to behold!?

      We’ll give both science and God or intelligent design a fair shake . See what you come up with. Ask your self, what belief system gives you peace, is part and parcel of our overall historical culture? What will unify us? What would be a suitable replacement? Atheism?, shari’a?, European animism/paganism? Did you know tthat Mon thru Fri are literally named for the Norse pagan gods?! Saturday is a Roman God and Sunday is a pagan holy day

      • Learn a truly sustainable old skill that you can market. Seek out friends that share your views

        Yes. Definitely learn marketable skills and trades and foster camaraderie. It would be great to see a more proactive community where those wishing to learn specific skills and trades can be given the right advice and information, and be gently pushed in the right direction.

      • Nathanwartooth

        Let’s not do the God debate. I find it much more useful to try to convince fellow Atheists that religion isn’t some evil thing and it is actually quite helpful to civilization.

        For example having replacement level births, which appears tied to religion.

        • Romulus

          That was exactly the implied intent. Whether one believe in God or not has little to do with the evolutionary biological directive of reproduction. Itdoes ,however provide a uniform belief system which fosters a medium directed at keeping the family together for the purpose of reproducing even if unnecessary. For those stuggling with religious dogma that doesnt gibe with science, further studyshould neither enhance nor detract from from how the laws of the universe make organic life possible. Again, no matter whether one believes or not,whetherhumans remain or perish, life will continue following the same rules that have always been in place.

          • OhWow

            I just think that we can all put our race and children way above any menial religion debates. I’m not one of those militant ones. Many Christians are very nice people. And it’s definitely not Islam! I would not mind living in a mostly Christian neighborhood. I would however never want to live in an Islamic one.

          • Romulus

            I’m no no stranger to the history of the Christian religions history. Im neither advocating or protracting from its impact on America. It most definitely an integral part of American history whether we’re true believes or not. It is quite evident from the historical record that it was instrumental in conveying a moral compass for a more stable society. A more balanced approach to the dogma certainly couldn’t hurt. There are too many different versions. Therein lies one of its problems. Consider the 1500 years that the Irish and English have been fighting over which version Jesus is acceptable or even the protestant reformation. I only mean that as a collective group , a unifying belief system will deliver exactly that…. Unity. The root word of diversity is divide and therefore,division. Societies are always more stable when they are homogenous and even more so when all are on the same sheet of music , whatever truth one believes in.

        • Sick of it

          Pfft replacement level. I’m partial to “Be fruitful, and multiply”

          • HJ11

            Nature screams out to every type of organism: Make more like yourself so that you fill all niches where you can live and prosper.

            And, inherent in that command is the eternal struggle to be and to be more and the competition that is necessary to constantly improve life.

            We Whites have, for too long, hobbled ourselves in order to be PC. As a group, we seem to have stopped trying to be the best we can be, because when we’re the best we can be, no one can compete with us–no one. Our best days were not in the past–they’re in the future and I believe Whites are starting to wake up.

    • Sick of it

      You’ll find that other ethnic groups hate whites much more outside of the United States than they do here. So if you think anything they do, say, or believe here is bad, you’re in for a hell of an awakening.

      I’ll also add that the powers that be lied to you with regards to Christianity, hoping that you would be easier to manipulate without core beliefs you can fall back on.

    • kjh64

      I’m twice your age but I can clearly remember when I was 24. This was in the 80’s. This country has deteriorated so much since I was 24, it’s not even funny. Then, I could go into a store or mall, and most of the people were White and spoke English. There were a few Hispanics and Asians but not anywhere close to today. Today, I go into a mall and I feel I’m in Mexico or Brazil. In the 80’s, politics was divided over beliefs, not race. Today, politics is divided 10-fold with the “Latino” vote, the “Asian vote” the “Black vote” on top of beliefs. Jobs were much more plentiful in the 80’s, things were cheaper, the quality of life was much better, our country and culture much, much more unified.. You could get a cheap apartment in the mostly White city and it would be safe. Now, you have to pay much more to get away from the diversity, crime and bad schools. I hate to see where America will be in another 24 years.

      • saxonsun

        To give you an idea of the problem with Mexicans, there’s a beautiful beach in a state park called “Sunken Meadow” on Long Island. Last July 4th, We went to that beach and found it completely covered with Mexicans, their screaming kids and their nasty ways. From what I could see, there were only about 10 white people. In Long Island! On our soil! And other whites don’t do anymore because of these squatties. There wasn’t one inch of soil free from the hell they are. And I largely blame Catholics for this. They want them here to bolster their numbers.

  • IKantunderstand

    Is this our fate? “Not with a bang, but a whimper”? We have the DNA of EVERY European coursing through us. We, as Americans, are a melange of the best of the best. No doubt we have become complacent, but, I am waiting for the resurgence of our ancestral genes! Vikings, Celts, Normans, Angles, Saxons,Romans,Greeks,Vandals, etc. We became the most powerful nation on earth because of our heredity. Time to reclaim what is ours by birthright. Turn plowshares(keyboards) into swords(guns).

  • Romulus

    Dear Anne , Thank you for all your efforts. I’ve enjoyed your books and your unbridled passion for our people and country. I will help keep the the torch lit for America for as long as IM breathing.

  • BernieGoetzFan

    A question I often ponder is, what are “we” going to do after the reality sets in about the US? Demographics are getting worse, blacks and others are getting more racist, the welfare state (paid for by us) is expanding, quotas are expanding, we have no political leadership and – outside of the last few decent columnists and pundits (Coulter, Buchanan, Limbaugh) – no spokesperson who addresses even a few of our concerns.
    I really am looking into leaving but it is hard with elderly parents and kids of my own. To any teen or 20-something white – maybe consider college or grad school in Uruguay, Chile or Eastern Europe.

    • BonusGift

      We are in a depression that will soon be recognized as such (actually it is worldwide, with few exceptions), demographics are dire and the parasites multiple well, like parasites. I figure we look to history for an answer and the Battle of Chosin Reservoir during the Korean War comes to mind: “In the winter of 1950, 15,000 U.S. Soldiers and Marines were surrounded and trapped by an overwhelming force of communist Chinese soldiers (more than 10 to one) in the frozen mountains of North Korea. Facing impossible odds, the men fought 78 miles to freedom and saved the lives of 98,000 civilian refugees.” In short, fight, fight, and fight some more. Also, remember what Chesty Puller said when a subordinate told him they were surrounded with no way out: “We’re surrounded … that simplifies the problem.” Essentially kill as many of the enemy as possible and get moving. I suggest we do the same.

    • Sick of it

      Leaving isn’t a good option, considering that this is a global agenda.

  • bigone4u

    As a former college prof, I congratulate you for your common sense economics and your failure to accept the brainwashing that I’m sure many of your profs throw out at you. I wish I had been more skeptical earlier in life.

  • Erasmus

    And the GOP is not simply not doing the one thing they could do to reverse their fortunes, supporting the American middle class by opposing amnesty, but by pandering to the illegal alien lobby actually pursuing a policy guaranteed to jeopardize their survival even further.

    Where do they get their political consultants? “Acme”?

    It’s going to be fun watching them hoisted on their own petard. Move over Wile E. Coyote. There’s a new schlemiel in town.

    • Where do they get their political consultants? “Acme”?

      Seeing first hand last year the behind-the-scenes way these barnacles in the GOPee-oriented barnacle class operate, I think the better answer to your question is some place where the sun never shines.

      • Erasmus

        Rectal barnacles? Now that would be something for the proctologists to see.

  • Vonhauer

    At this point all we realistically have left is some form of secession. I mean literally carving out a portion of America as a white homeland. Then we start over with a new and wiser constitution. Why might the civil authorities peacefully agree to this? To avoid a massive civil war.

    • Bossman

      The white South Africans were not able to carve out a white homeland in South Africa in spite of having the richest portion of a backward continent. What makes you think that such a thing is possible in the USA?

  • Alexandra1973

    Yeah, and we’re getting them here in northeastern Ohio. Stark County has a major issue with illegal aliens from what I’ve heard, and I live in Wayne County, which borders it to the west.

    Good time to go Amish, eh?

  • Not to sound morbid, but now you truly have something to die for. The frail, senile GOP isn’t coming to save the day for you.

    • Greg Thomas

      Under the circumstances, racism really is the best option.

  • Archimedes_777




    Ann Coulter is so right. Republicans like McCain are cutting their own throat by voting in favor of this racket. The Demogangsters are criminals who will sell their own mother for a few dollars and are after money and power.

    90% of these 3rd world aliens will always vote for the Democratic party, which is interested in importing poor 3rd world aliens to vote for them and help win elections, and to hell with the country. The Republicans will not be able to win any votes by posing as pseudo-democrats. It will make the Republican party’s “Demographic problem” worse, not better.

    This is the 3rd most populous nation on earth and it is overflowing with too many people and with water and food shortages, unemployment, inflation and massive congestion.

    This amnesty is a criminal act of a criminal govt. Please call your Congressman and Senator over and over and stand up against this war on our country. Go to numbersusa dot com and fax and call and organize protests outside their office until they promise not to support this crime against humanity.

    Also go to ncid dot us and join the movement, as we need national referenda, quick, before these criminals slash and burn this country with the immigration flood.

  • Bardon Kaldian

    Nice talk (with history of England chronologically confused), but she failed to mention a realistic option: the disintegration of the US & creation of a White ethno-state.

    • Funny how they always leave that part out. Not sure why Ann’s revelation—what amounts to a person discovering penicillin in 1950—is somehow seen as a glistening beacon of sensibility and reason, but some people seem to think it’s the greatest thing since… well, since penicillin was discovered. I wonder if she was just being fashionably late?

    • Neuday

      Bingo! But we’d better get going on that project as the third-world’s takeover of every nook and cranny of the US is almost complete, and our young don’t seem to interested in retaining their birthright.

    • jeffaral

      Most Whites I know are happy: lots of cheap immigrant labour, lots of entertainment, plenty of food. Why would they want to create a White ethno-state?

  • brengunn

    Not even attractive, successful businesswomen like Carly Fiorina and
    Meg Whitman can beat a tired old dinosaur like Jerry Brown or a dried-up
    prune like Barbara Boxer.

    Well, lets hope that politics isn’t as shallow as voting for the good looking one. Honestly, this woman is vile. I don’t know how I or anyone could put their faith in her even though she occasionally has views that I agree with. All the time making out that she is one of the many when she quite clearly is one of the few, lining her pockets while the rest struggle.

    In all honesty, mass immigration has been a disaster for the average American/Westerner, slashing wages while reducing social cohesion and that old sense of community. But, a lot of today’s problems can be laid at the door of the political right, the economic right, including Bill Clinton and Tony Blair but even more so Ronald Reagan and Maggie Thatcher.

    Since the late 70’s the income disparity between the top few percentile of the population and the rest of us has grown to cavernous proportions. Most corporations pay little to no tax while they take huge profits from our societies. The six heirs to the Walmart fortune have more wealth than the combined wealth of the bottom 42% of American society. We are now witnessing the West return to a pre-industrial economic situation. One of great wealth and even greater poverty. A society with little empathy and even less dignity for most of us who will share the bottom rungs.

    Both Liberalism and conservatism have failed us. Whether it’s the left’s collapse into identity politics or the right’s deregulation of industry and banking. What both have in common is that they have failed to serve and protect the people who put them in power, instead creating a world where LGBT people are out and proud but workers can’t make a decent living and taxes have been kept low for the bosses, most of the jobs have went overseas and an army of immigrants have been brought in to drive wages even lower for the few jobs that remain.

    the only solution I can see is total transparency of the political machine. So all lobbyists, all donations and campaign contributions are available to the public. A total ban on politicians having moonlighting or being on the boards of companies.

  • sbuffalonative

    If amnesty won’t help the GOP, why are prominent Republicans pushing it?

    I believe most of the heavy hitters are on board because they’re considering a run for the White House this round or in the future. This is pure selfish self-interest. To hell with the country as long as they have a chance to win the office.

    • Erasmus

      I believe most of the heavy hitters are on board because they’re considering a run for the White House this round or in the future.

      Ain’t going to work. Whoever supports amnesty loses the conservative base, and this time around, they’re going to lose a large percentage of the conservative base in a very big way. We still remember what a proven failure 1986 was, and now these clowns are offering only a remake of that disaster. (If these members of the GOP were pilots, they’d think the wreck of The Hindenburg a great event to be repeated regularly.)

      That they think they can get away with this k-rap, shows what contempt they have for their supporters.

      Not only will the GOP lose the conservative base, but because they will never be able to out pander the democrats, they’re never going to make up those lost voters with new minority voters.

      Schumer, Obama and the democrats will be regaling each other for decades with stories about how they flimflammed Marco Rubio into flushing away his political future and the GOP along with it, and while I’m very sorry for the harm these people are going to do the country, it’s really quite funny watching them bamboozled into their own self-destruction.

      It’s as if they’ve taped a “Kick Me!” sign to the back of Marco Rubio’s suit jacket, and he still doesn’t know why everyone’s laughing at him.

      • sbuffalonative

        Unfortunately, the ‘Conservatives’ (what is there left to conserve) are totally memorized by their strategists who tell them ‘Hispanics are the fastest growing minority.’ This mantra is played over and over along with the fact that white Americans are growing older and dropping in numbers.

        I believe the Republicans have already written off their white base. They no longer care and have proven this by their actions. They tell their white voters, ‘We have to do this for the sake of our party’. We know it’s a fools errand.

        Every one of the Republicans pushing this have abandoned whites. We no longer matter to them and they don’t care what we think. They’re just salivating at the prospect that MAYBE they can win enough Hispanics to keep them in power and even regain the White House.

        They’re all self-serving creeps.


        Frankly, I don’t believe they’ll care because to them we are now irrelevant to the ‘growing Hispanic population’.

        • Erasmus

          Unfortunately, the ‘Conservatives’ (what is there left to conserve) are totally memorized by their strategists who tell them ‘Hispanics are the fastest growing minority.’

          I guess I should have said “Thoughtful conservatives” or “Thinking conservatives.” Plus, I don’t consider republicans necessarily conservative. There are some republicans who are quite left-wing: Lindsey Graham, Marco Rubio and John McCain. (One can argue that advancing the interests of business over the traditional American liberties of the private citizen is in keeping with conservatism, but for now, we’ll let that argument pass.)

          What attracted me to conservatism is that as a democrat I was tired of being forced to pretend what wasn’t so really was, that black was white and white black; up really down and down really up. The intellectual dishonesty necessary to swallow their crazy agenda became too much to bear.

          While the republicans worked for conservative principles, I supported them. But, now, as the elites of their party make a sharp turn to the left with their support for amnesty, I will leave the republicans also and try and find a political home with a party that still embodies the principles that made this country great.

          If I cannot find such a party, I will vote for the candidate who most represents what I stand for. If I cannot find a candidate acceptable to me, I will simply not vote.

          If the situation becomes such that no party or candidate stands for what’s right, then it’s better to not vote than to give your assent to what’s politically wrong and even morally evil.

          • BonusGift

            I generally agree, and have gone down roughly the same path of thinking with respect to voting.

  • The New Independence Day. Would anyone believe me if I told you that I knew it was going to be March 22?

  • tickyul

    Amnesty will basically give the Demostinkers a lock on power.

  • Bossman

    All civilized countries have some sort of safety net and many others countries are much more generous to the immigrants in their midst than the USA. Canada is a good example of that. In the US non-citizens are not entitled to any welfare.

    • JohnEngelman

      On American Renaissance I am somewhat of an outlier because I favor social democratic economies. Among Social Democrats I am also an outlier because I recognize that Social Democracy has only worked in countries where nearly everyone is white.

      In the United States during the 1960s the War on Poverty made welfare benefits more generous and easier to qualify for. There was even a welfare rights movement that encouraged low wage employees to quit their jobs and go on welfare. Hundreds of thousands, perhaps over a million, of blacks did. Many of these supplemented their welfare checks with the gains of criminal activities and became an unemployable underclass.

      Whites are less likely to behave that way. Countries with more generous safety nets than the United States are being engulfed with third world immigration. Many of these immigrants, perhaps most, do not behave and perform well. As their numbers increase, the generosity of white voters may decrease.

      • Jefferson

        Eastern European countries do not have very generous safety nests like The United States and Western Europe, hence why Eastern Europe does not have so many Muslims and Latin American Squat Monsters.

    • Greg Thomas

      But their anchor spawn, faux American citizens certainly are.

    • kjh64

      Non-US citizens can get welfare if they are legally in the country and we spend billions on them. Even if they are here illegally, they get free medical care when they show up at our ER’s, free lawyers when they commit crimes and welfare and food stamps thru fraud and so forth.

  • Bossman

    According to the best minds who’ve looked at the future of the USA, the future goes something like this: By 2030, there will be a demographic crisis in the USA, lots of old people and not enough young workers to do the jobs that need to be done. By that date, the USA will be begging Mexico to send more workers up north. Those that like reading, I can refer to a reading list.

    • Yeah, the whole aging population thing has been going on throughout recorded history. If you’re really careful and meticulous with watching the way they couch their words, you can actually see them spell out a recipe that calls for funding growth for the sole purpose of growth funding them. They never actually talk about sustainability, just growth. Growth, growth, growth. Like a cancer that is never content with sustaining the good and healthy.

      • Bossman

        The growth of an aging population who are continuing to consume but not producing anything is not a good thing.

        • There you go. You just said the magic word. CONSUME. You are a consumer. You are born and bred to consume, not conserve. Conservation doesn’t make the tycoons rich.

          You have to realize that there have always been aging populations. This isn’t some new phenomenon. Without millions of young, able-bodied people flooding in to the country and sucking up resources(along with the freeloaders we already have), there would be no talk about an aging population consuming. Many of them paid in to the system and literally paid their dues. A healthy society is supposed to take care of its elderly when they finally are no longer able to. I don’t mind one bit. But I do mind having to fund the habits, vices and daily activities of some lazy piece of trash because they are too lazy to take care of themselves, especially if they are illegal.

          • BonusGift

            Thanks, finally, someone mentions the implicit social contract. We build the country and conserve resources not to be handed to treasonous ugly interlopers who hate us, but as a gift to our kith and kin.

        • Xerxes22

          It is your pets who consume everything and produce nothing. They are parasites who drain our economy. They destroy everything that they come in contact with. In short, they are a blight upon the land like locusts and the sooner we remove that blight from our land the better off we will be.

      • BonusGift

        It does seem that just about everything is some form of Ponzi scheme (i.e., always searching for the next group of suckers and arguing the mathematically impossible).

    • Neuday

      Japan has an aging population and they’re not importing the third-world.

    • HJ11

      The answer is to have the White peopulation have more children. To do that tax breaks and other incentives should be given. Also, a proper PR/advertising campaign can help undo the false beliefs that we should not have children.

      Importing grasshoppers to help with an aging ant population is genocide for the ants.

    • IstvanIN

      Necessity is the mother of invention. Without all this cheap labor and a 19th century economy we could have innovated and invented and been perfectly happy and secure in an advanced, low population density country. Cheap, low IQ labor isn’t cheap, even with computers blacks are incompetent at most tasks. Mexicans won’t be any better.

    • DudeWheresMyCountry?

      The demographic crisis is already happening; too many low IQ, low culture non-Whites in the USA. If the USA was 90% White today it would be 1,000 times better and no other nation on Earth would be able to compete with us in anything we cared about.

  • HJ11

    If you change the genetic recipe of a country, you chang the country. People are not fungible. Genes are us. Our White culture and our ways are primarily a product of our genes, with some minor variations and adaptations for differences in climate, etc.

    • gemjunior

      Liberals have a fundamental problem with this concept which even Ray Charles could see, but with liberals the fantasy is what matters…..

      • Sick of it

        The ones giving them orders know what will happen, but they don’t care because it suits their purposes.

        • BonusGift

          I agree, just talk to one and the average magical thinker would have a brain freeze because they would not be able to process that an ostensibly white looking person wants them and their actual and potential offspring wiped out.

          • Sick of it

            Not just white looking if you consider the European royals. They’re on board with the pogrom.

          • BonusGift

            I didn’t know they ran the mass media and U.S. politics.

  • RHG

    Ann, as usual, is spot on. We, not only don’t need another amnesty, but we need a moratorium on all immigration until we have a handle on who exactly is in this country. Plus, I wonder how the “rich” are going to do when this country is in turmoil from all this 3rd world importation of poverty and of people who are going to demand the “rich” start handing over more and more and more of their wealth to them? We have already seen that they have no problem showing up at people private residences and stirring up trouble are the “rich” ready for more of this type of stuff directed at them and their families?

    • Sick of it

      Now you see why the government is arming so many organizations. This is part of the plan.

  • RHG

    Ann missed one thing, in my opinion, the worst thing to happen to this country was the importation of slave labor from the continent of Africa. Ted Kennedy’s betrayel, second worst

    • gemjunior

      He should be dug up and hanged in effigy, I’m not even kidding.

      • IstvanIN

        The entire Kennedy clan should have their wealth confiscated, anything associated with them obliterated from the public sphere and the entire family deported to Liberia. As a lesson to future generations that we can argue within the race but we never betray the race.

    • jeffaral

      Southern White conservative Christians were all too happy importing Black slaves. Thanks God the South lost the Civil war; had they won, they would have invaded and incorporated the whole Caribbean.

      • kjh64

        Most of the slaves were imported by Europeans or by Northerners. Had the South won, slavery would have eventually died out.

        • Bossman

          Really?? How so?

  • White Mom in WDC

    The country is not lost if people are willing to fight. Get armed and get trained. Get a conceal and carry. When the financial collapse comes, and it will, you will need fire power. Get your money out of the banks and under lock and key in a safe.

    I can’t believe I am writing this, but I am. We will have to fight. No doubt about it.

    • Sick of it

      When the dollar bottoms out, it will essentially be worthless, so don’t worry about the old monopoly money (as a matter of fact monopoly money is more rare than American dollars).

      • The dollar bottoming out is almost a euphemistic phrase for saying when the black and brown people are in control or able to influence laws and policies. There are many, many places in the USA where you can be White and your money, which hasn’t bottomed out yet, will buy you no safety or reprieve from the dark hordes.

        I’ve tried to convince people for years that relying on some fatal financial collapse to jumpstart any kind of mass resistance is a recipe for their own destruction. Waiting for destitution of the masses will just make it a reality that people will be so broken and desperate that they will accept whatever rhetoric is fed to them, so long as it provides for them. Unless you’re providing immediate jobs and sustenance for them, then it won’t be your rhetoric they run to.

        What happens when the economy and dollar don’t totally collapse, and the economy just drags on at a slow and grinding pace?

        • Sick of it

          I get what you’re saying, but the only way for the enemy to create one government for the world is to have one economy and one currency. It is necessary for their plans that the dollar be destroyed. They have already started talking via proxies about the dollar no longer being used as the standard currency for the purchase of oil, which is a much bigger thing than people realize, considering that our money is no longer tied to anything of value and highly overinflated.

  • HJ11

    The Amish model is a good one, at least as they attempt to stay isolated from others. The same thing can be done by other Whites even if they don’t take the farming route. What is lacking among Whites is the type of strong religious glue that keeps the Amish model working. This strong religious glue also works for other groups as well, including you know who.

  • A Freespeechzone

    It’s already here in all too many places….look at parts of Los Angeles.

    • Sick of it

      They have enclaves all over Texas.

  • Evette Coutier

    Our issue is not amnesty. Our issue is the nation is run by a-holes. If we had decent leaders, amnesty would never have become an issue. It is a symptom of a degenerate culture, corrupt government, a failing education system, and a cowed population of caucasian. It is time we stand up for ourselves.

    • Sick of it

      Not just cowed, but unthinking. We have some of the brightest people in the world and we don’t even consider the consequences of major changes to our country.

  • Sick of it

    I’d say Lincoln was the worst thing to happen to this country. He would have shown magnanimity with the South had he lived (that was the plan), but foisting the Civil War upon us guaranteed that whackjobs would be able to oppress Americans for generations afterward.

    • IstvanIN

      Lincoln was the 19th century’s worst mass murderer.

      • robinbishop34

        I could never wrap my head around the prevailing narrative of ‘nobility’ that surrounds the north preventing the south from seceding from the union while slaughtering hundreds of thousands in the process.

  • Sick of it

    The study of history is important for just this reason. Read about how medieval peasants suffered before the Black Death due to an overabundance of labor..then how they came back stronger, healthier, and wealthier than ever afterward due to the shortage of labor.

    Economics is not something you can rewrite on a purely political basis – It is derived from natural, fundamental restrictions on human activity which can only be abolished through extreme technological development (we aren’t there yet by far).

  • Romulus

    I read her most recent book “mugged”. Excellent arguments about racial demagoguery and relates topics.

  • You do have to give her some style points. Even the Russian judges would give her a 6 or 7.

  • Ella

    Looking at McCain and others, they have already built their fortune on the way out. I don’t think they’ll care as long as they can find a way to make millions selling out this country. Ann stated the obvious.

  • KingKenton

    Because the plutocrats want it. All the rich Republican donors want cheap labor, and their high-priced lobbyists have convinced the stupidest Republicans that it’s a great idea.

    I think the Republicans understand that a nearly irreversible demographic shift has occurred in this country and they are throwing there lot in with the winners (non-whites). The are like any elite who wants to hold onto power at any cost. They have sold their loyalty, kinship, language, and faith to the devil. They have made a deal which ultimately their descendants will have to pay for.

  • OhWow

    Same here. I had to take a few diversity classes through undergrad and grad school and both times I would come out of the classes sighing, then just laughing. You could look at the other white students too and we’d all laugh and roll our eyes saying “sorry we are white!” “we are such devils”, etc. It’s like 1 hour 15 minutes each week of being told that anything and everything that has gone wrong in history can be attributed to a white male.

    The best part is that even the minority students come out of the class and laugh with us. They say things like “this class makes me feel awkward” or “they make white people so guilty”.

    • Erasmus

      The question “What should we do?” is repeatedly raised here and brings me to your eye roll.

      We need to fight back in different ways, and if you don’t have the energy or the eloquence or are not in a position to openly fight back, a simple eye roll to your neighbor is a small but effective way to signal that you think what someone else is spouting is garbage.

      A well-timed eye roll speaks volumes.

  • AllSeeingEyeSpy

    “There will be no point in fighting for anything anymore”.

    She makes a good point, but in my opinion she makes this point 20 years too late.

    Example: Only something like 20% of all cars sold in America are now American models. Who is it buying these cars, propping up american car makers? Conservative, non-college educated white men, at least ones who’ve found a way to at least earn some money. These are the whipping boys for everyone else. This group has the least to gain by supporting a system that hates them and makes it quite public and is proud of it. No other group, even those ‘desperate’ to immigrate here, and have just done so – just pledged to be american citizens, would buy a car for any other reason than the status it gives them or resale value. . or perhaps – to allegiance to their home country. . College educated white men. . white women. . every other group in america. . wouldn’t think twice, wouldn’t think at all about buying an american car to help american industries, ones which all have top to bottom affirmative action and ‘tolerance’ policies, benefiting them.

    They’ve really done some kind of whammy on white men in this country. They’ve turned us into exactly what they wanted us to turn into. It could be we are the last best hope for a better future. Unfortunately if we are, it will simply be a better future for them. . .

  • John Smith

    It will be interesting to see the GOP fall and only the liberal remain. I expect they will simply accelerate the decline much more rapidly than it would have otherwise occurred. The national debt will soar to 60 and then 70 trillion dollars and finally the dollar will crash. Then comes the riots but they won’t change anything. It will be Greece but here in the states.

  • MadMike

    I am starting to consider immigration to another country myself, but being white my options are limited..

    • Bossman

      The rest of the world is very boring. When they are not watching US TV, they watch their own very boring stuff. The USA is still the best country in the world.

    • Ella

      In Europe, it is “death by taxes.” You at least would receive some benefits to utilize before old age such as healthcare and higher-education for you children. If you have a family presently, it seems that one missed out on the better benefits.

  • humura

    Though I agree with almost all of Ann Coulter’s excellent article, one point must be disputed. She writes: “The 30 million Hispanics who already are citizens or legal residents will be in the same boat as the rest of us.” NO. The 30 million Hispanics…AND the 10 million more who will get amnesty will not be in the same boat with the rest of us. They receive affirmative action preferences. Even the illegals will soon be granted the a-a preferences once the issue gets to the liberal courts. So even the illegals will have a better chance for univ. admission, a scholarship, a good job, and a promotion, than the white majority of law-abiding citizens.
    Every elected official who might vote for “immigration reform” ought to be defeated at the next election. Amnesty will destroy this nation.

  • AllSeeingEyeSpy

    “We gotta close the borders”

    all that does is lock us in with them. We gotta close the boarders after we separate into our own territory. It certainly looks like that will be the pacific northwest. the longer we wait, the less territory we get, everyone knows it.

  • AllSeeingEyeSpy

    “Most of the immigrants coming to the U.S. are low skilled and have low IQs”.

    I’d prefer that, to in-demand skills and yet affirmative action beneficiaries. It’s hard enough to find a girlfriend without millions of men around from around the globe immigrating into the country. The immigration bill may be good for white women. . One would think it would be good for black women too but, from the little i’ve seen, even that seems to work the opposite way.

  • Bossman

    Most of the scenarios that are being described here are unworkable and not realistic.

  • Bossman

    They are taking in a lot of refugees from places like Somalia and many other chaotic places in Africa. Even European Gypsies are flooding into Canada claiming refugee status.

  • blight14

    This sickness is merely the coup de grace……the ORIGINAL sin was importing ‘free labor’ hundreds of years ago…..that single event initiated our slow suicide…..’free labor’ turned out to be the most expensive mistake in American history, period!

  • kjh64

    Oh please stop with the nonsense on “feminism”. White couples usually decide together on how many kids to have and women are more likely than men to want marriage and kids. It’s often the men that do NOT want to commit and have a family. If a family is unstable, it’s nothing to do with “feminism” but other issues, ie. alcoholism, adultery etc.

    • saxonsun

      Thanks. I’m so sick of timid men blaming strong women. Consider the source. These men resent that they can’t keep women imprisoned by their own ideas anymore. They want slaves. What a joke.

  • DelmarJackson

    watched Laura Ingraham on O reilly last night and her head exploded from seeing O reilly take off his mask and showing everybody his true colors. He claims he believes in the bill and wants it passed and knows Mccain did not lie to him about promised enforcement. Poor Bill. What a sad tool, or a lying POS.
    I will be listening to a lot more Laura and ann from now on as they finally understand the realities and true priority of immigration pat buchanan has been preaching for years.
    On the positive side, immigration is like a very low tide, it exposes a lot you don’t normally get to see.
    And don’t forget , our problem is not immigrants folks, it is our fellow “haifa nated” americans and globalists who are selling us out for profit,power and punishment, leaving no room for patriots.
    Vote out all the weasels from BOTH parties.

  • kjh64

    “WE must face the fact that democracy is dead, and form a new white society where only white males can participate in the government. We must face the fact that any white society that tolerates feminism, will go down the same road that brought us where we are today.”

    Utter nonsense. White women make up half the populace and have the same rights as men to participate in government. It wasn’t “feminism” that caused us to go down the road where we are today, it was sadly, treasonous White men.

  • mobilebay

    The “gang of eight,”as well as their supporters, are betrayers. They will profit if this bill is passed and that’s all that matters to them. They care nothing for their fellow Americans, nor the rule of law. As far as immigration, we have become a lawless nation.

  • Annie come lately? Yes.

    We would be better off now if Annie would have come a little sooner? Yes.

    But don’t knock it, because Annie come at all and come while coming can still make a difference.

    And I’m saying this as someone who’s really not a huge fan of hers.

  • Erasmus

    All political pimps who know the price of everything and the value of nothing.

  • Mentious

    I finally have to say: I like this woman.

  • Charles Lufkin

    Ann is my hero.

  • BonusGift

    Well put, and succinct.

  • HJ11

    Whites are a nation. We carry that nation within us, no matter where we live. More of us need to be conscious of this.

  • Anna Tree

    agree to amnesty in hope that the border will at least be enforced is
    like to let your house burn down because you plan to buy a fire alarm.

    Another betrayal by our politicians/elites/media.

  • AllSeeingEyeSpy

    most immigrants are men. And now it seems they will be skilled men, with money, who need a wife. affirmative action females will now have a better choice as to who to select for marriage and many more white women will likely marry. doesn’t do anything for white men whom most of are already squeezed in the girlfriend-prospects department, but lets be honest. . not sure if i’m using reverse psychology here or being brutally honest. . a fair percentage of white men are for the most part unmarryable. if you’re a white man, and unless u have great financial assets already, or you’re earning more than $30,000 a year or more, your chances of getting married must be really, really slim? we can keep dreaming, though

    • DudeWheresMyCountry?

      Maybe your just not good with women?


    “Historically, immigration has helped America–why is it now hurting our country?”

    During the immigration of the early 20th century, immigrants assimilated themselves. Although she never learned it herself, my grandmother told her children all to speak English because, “we are all Americans, now.”

    In the name of “diversity”, liberals have done the opposite by hyping race and ethnicity, creating divisions among us.

  • Paleoconn

    We need to retire the ‘the state that gave us Richard Nixon and Ronald Reagan’ blather.

    These guys did nothing to prevent the mess we are now in. In fact the latter passed Amnesty I. Dwight ‘operation wetback’ Eisenhower, they were not.

  • WR_the_realist

    While I never liked Ann Coulter’s war mongering support of the neocons, I can agree with her that the 1965 immigration act was the most disastrous law ever passed. And considering how many horrible laws there are, that says a lot.

  • Bud Smith

    Ann is doing a great job exposing the 3rd world invasion. However I wish she would read Kevin MacDonald’s article “Ted Kennedy is not responsible for the Immigration Act of 1965”. Kennedy was a freshman senator with little clout.