White House Pursuing Plan to Expand Immigrant Rights

Christi Parsons et al., Los Angeles Times, July 25, 2014

Even as President Obama grapples with the crisis of immigrant children arriving at the Southwest border, White House officials are laying the groundwork for a large-scale expansion of immigrant rights that would come by executive action within weeks.

Officials signaled strongly Friday that Obama’s move would shield from deportation large numbers of immigrants living in the country illegally, as advocacy groups have demanded.

Roughly 5 million of the estimated 11 million people who entered the country without legal authorization or overstayed their visas could be protected under a leading option the White House is considering, according to officials who discussed the proposals on condition of anonymity.

Obama said last month that because Congress had failed to act on comprehensive immigration reform, he would take executive action to “fix as much of our immigration system as I can on my own.”

That move will come by the end of the summer, White House senior advisor Dan Pfeiffer told reporters Friday. Some officials had advocated waiting until after the November midterm election.

Any such move would prompt a major clash with congressional Republicans, and at least some White House officials appeared to relish the prospect that the GOP might overreach in its response and act in a politically self-destructive manner.

When the decision is announced, it will “increase the angry reactions from Republicans,” Pfeiffer said.

“I would not discount the possibility” that Republicans would seek to impeach Obama over his next immigration moves, he said, adding that House Speaker John A. Boehner (R-Ohio) had “opened the door to impeachment” by his plans to sue Obama for allegedly exceeding his executive authority.

Pfeiffer made his comments at a breakfast for reporters sponsored by the Christian Science Monitor.

Boehner repeatedly has ruled out calls for impeachment proceedings, and his lawsuit against Obama has been widely seen as an effort to provide an alternative for Republicans infuriated by what they see as too much unilateral action by the president.


Obama could use his executive powers to expedite deportations in response to the current border crisis, in an effort to clear the large numbers of unaccompanied minors gathering daily in the Rio Grande Valley in south Texas.

At the same time, he seems likely to act to prevent deportations of many of the immigrants already living, working and raising children in the U.S.

One option would allow immigrants who are parents of U.S. citizens to apply for temporary legal status which would let them work legally in the U.S. Because children born in the country automatically receive U.S. citizenship, that option could affect about 5 million people, researchers estimate.

A second option would be to allow temporary legal status for the parents of young people already granted deportation deferrals by the Obama administration. That would affect a smaller, but still sizable, number of people.

So far, more than 520,000 people have received permits to stay and work in the U.S. under the administration’s Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, which was created in 2012 for young people who were brought to the U.S. as children.


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  • For Obama and the Democrats, the only political sense this makes is if he’s conceding the short term in exchange for long term political prosperity.

    • propagandaoftruth

      The impeachment thing sounds better all the time. Impeachment is a constitutional procedure. Is Obama violating the constitution? If that’s the question, then impeachment is not histrionics.

      Pubs should hone their message and give it a rip.

      • Lewis33

        He could literally club puppies to death on his desk during a live broadcast and still not be convicted.

        • A Freespeechzone

          While I agree Obama should be impeached and convicted–the black man will NEVER be disciplined.

          Holding one accountable would be racist….

          • Cecil Broomsted

            And of course that is what he is counting on.

        • propagandaoftruth

          Why not use the constitution to protect the constitution? If they think he’s really violating the piece of paper thingy, why not?

      • Pro_Whitey

        I currently agree with the commentators who think it’s best not to do it before the November elections, because otherwise the old black ladies will perceive it as an attack on blacks and get motivated to vote. The day after the election, however, let it rip.

        • Nonhumans

          That and the freshly legalized squat-monster democrats.

          • Usually Much Calmer

            Oh, and the illegal ones too.
            Same day voter registration and no ID means our ballot box is as secure as our southern border.

      • Cecil Broomsted

        I would love to hear Boehner or some other Republican go on national television and just say very matter-of-factly, “My fellow Americans, the president is breaking our immigration laws. Impeachment proceedings will begin immediately.”

        • Black Swan

          Gutless Boehner instigate impeachment proceeding against Obama.

          Are you kidding?

          I’d like to see Boehner go before Obama.

      • Black Swan

        Obama Impeachment?

        Will. Never. Happen.

        • propagandaoftruth

          I agree. If a certain grand old party had half the nads it did 20 years ago, it would be worth thinking about, but…

          Glitter and unicorns…

    • MBlanc46

      The November 2014 elections would be the short term.

  • MekongDelta69

    NoBama will do anything to retain the Senate in 2014.

    “We dun need no steenkin’ lawsss.”

    • Nonhumans

      IMO, we’re well past the point of recovery. He’ll use whatever methods that he has to legalize these invaders. They’ll vote libtard in the mid-terms and beyond. Even with the natives furious, and Re-Republicans gaining steam, they’ll be defeated. Even if the Re-Re’s move to impeach, even if successful, it will take forever. The damage is done.
      I don’t even think civil unrest is a viable option for a long while given the militarization of nearly every law enforcement agency. For the Patriots within the LEA’s, it will come down to 1.) a paycheck, and 2.) how their superiors frame the situation when issuing orders if civil unrest and riots aimed at the govt did breakout and spread like wildfire.

  • Ograf

    Talking of impeachment , the sorry ass shouldn’t be there in the first place. Now six years later people start whining ? I hope the move those immigrants right in the backyard of whoever voted for him.

    • Nonhumans

      Actually, with the exception of the higher-up libtards, the squat-monsters have an excellent chance of ending up in the backyards of those who voted for the dictator. Once they are processed, there’s a high likelihood that the majority of them will end up in public housing, ie the ghettos.
      Judging from what we’ve seen the gang-affiliated squat-monsters do to our resident democrat voting nonhumans, they will be getting just what they deserve.

  • Alexandra1973

    They have no rights here, period. But I’m preaching to the choir here.

  • D.B. Cooper

    It took them long enough to realize the castrated white serf isn’t going to do anything to stop them. Why stop at 5,000,000?

    • TruthBeTold

      They won’t.

  • Dave4088

    Mulatto Mugabe has vowed too “fix as much of our immigration system as I can on my own.”

    Using my Marxist to English dictionary he is saying that he will legalize as many mestizos and other non-whites as he wishes for the purpose of gaming elections to outvote white people and confiscate as much of their wealth and property as soon as possible.

    • Pro_Whitey

      There are laws on the books to build border barriers and protect the states from invasion. There’s nothing broken about it. He just does not want to enforce the law he doesn’t like. He’s a lying sack of crap.

      • Dr. Möbias

        It is those who support, fund and give orders to the likes of mindless bots like Obama that are the REAL problem.

        It is they who promote the genocidal, anti-White agenda and it is they who must be defeated and destroyed for all time.

    • Michigan Patriot

      Right On ! You have this hate crime , genocidal ,bigot figured out precisely.

  • Tarczan

    The one thing Congress could do immediately is start defunding various government programs. Cut WH spending by 50%, defund the EPA, cut funding to the EEOC. These things would be legal, and they would hurt Obamas’ plans.

    • Sick of it

      They could strip Obama of his office and deport him, being that he’s a foreign citizen by adoption.

  • “Any such move would prompt a major clash with congressional Republicans,
    and at least some White House officials appeared to relish the prospect
    that the GOP might overreach in its response and act in a politically
    self-destructive manner.”

    Are the dems stupid? Did they miss Brat’s election strategy in VA? According to another article posted here today, 77% of people polled want them sent home. So, the only politically destructive action the GOP could take would be to go along with the amnesty.

    • Ed

      Will enough Whites switch to GOP? My guess is the Dems are already conceding the Senate and are looking towards ’16. Hillary is more popular with Whites than Obama which means she is unbeatable.

      • Would switching to the GOP even do any good?

        • Zaporizhian Sich

          Given how they betrayed us time without number in the past 50 or 60 years, the answer to that question would be an unequivocal NO.

        • Nonhumans

          Libtards and Re-Republicans are both For Amnesty. The libtards want it for “Moral” reasons, the Re-Re’s, for the bribes.. I mean err fulfillment of promises to their donors and special interest groups.

        • Usually Much Calmer

          Party Schmarty.

          Vote against every incumbent. Tell your friends. It’s the only way to go.

          If the seat is held by a democrat vote for the republican, if the seat is held by a republican vote for the democrat. If the opposition party isn’t running anybody, vote for the third party kook. How bad can it be to elect an idiot? The people in power right now are not idiots and they are trying to rend this nation to shreds.

      • Dr. Möbias

        There are no differences between the two parties, both are anti-White and do not work in the interests of the White race.

        Whites would be best to shun both parties and find a Third Way. But first we must defeat and destroy this anti-White agenda that is being waged against us and obliterate those who are instigating it.

  • TruthBeTold

    If this happens, it’s going to impact communities.

    Maybe this slap in the face will wake up middle America. Nothing else has.

    • Dr. Möbias

      I don’t think Middle Americans will wake up even after all their food and water are confiscated and used as a weapon as it was in Ukraine in the 1930s, they’re ordered off the land as Whites are in Zimbabwe or their children hauled off to a FEMA camp, aka gulag, by third world UN soldiers never to be seen again.

      The White herd will be drastically culled but what will be left will fight for survival. If they don’t, I am convinced every last White will be killed off.

      • TruthBeTold

        Yes, it appears that we can thank a small handful of strong and forward thinking White leaders from our past who gave us the west.

        Those people are dwindling in number and they are being replaced by a ‘progressive’ liberal majority that knows nothing but tolerance, capitulation, surrender, and ultimately self-inhalation.

  • Evette Coutier

    Obama is trying to cause civil insurrection.

    • Sick of it

      I wish people would understand that these jokers fear that more than anything else. They fear us going nuts and slaughtering them. The more we accept, the more they push…until we’re all gone.

    • Zaporizhian Sich

      He’s not trying, he’s succeeded in making one inevitable. That is what the Tribe and the darkies want. It is up to us to give them what they want, only not the way the want it.

    • Black Swan

      Not Obama. He is not in charge of anything.

    • hastings88

      If just the conservative whites fight, the leftists are toast. The left has disorganized minorities, women, and wimpy white men. The right has the warrior white male caste–world-conquerors when they want to be.

  • WR_the_realist

    John Engelman, are you still proud to have voted for Obama?

    • JohnEngelman

      Not proud, just pleased a Republican is not in the White House.

      George Will articulates the attitude of those who really are in charge of the Republican Party. This is what he said recently on FOX News Sunday, “”My view is that we have to say to these children, ‘Welcome to America. You’re going to go to school and get a job and become Americans,”

      The leaders of the Democratic Party and the Republican Party have different motives in easing restrictions on immigration. They cooperate in easing those restrictions.

      Ronald Reagan remains an icon on the right. This is what he said about illegal immigrants:

      “When the Labor Department is forced to relent and let these visitors do this work it is of course all legal. But it makes one wonder about the illegal alien fuss. Are great numbers of our unemployed really victims of the illegal alien invasion or are those illegal tourists actually doing work our own people won’t do? One thing is certain in this hungry world; no regulation or law should be allowed if it results in crops rotting in the field for lack of harvesters.”

      In an Oct. 21, 1984, debate with Democratic presidential nominee Walter Mondale, Reagan endorsed a comprehensive immigration overhaul that Congress was debating.

      “I supported this bill. I believe in the idea of amnesty for those who have put down roots and who have lived here even though sometime back they may have entered illegally.”

      In a July 2, 1984, interview with San Antonio TV reporters, Reagan again endorsed the immigration overhaul.

      “We want to be very careful that while we have safeguards to prevent employers from hiring the undocumented workers, that at the same time there is no discrimination against those who will be legalized under this bill, those who may still be undocumented but who’ve lived for a long period of time, put down roots in our society. We want to give them the right to legally live here and those who, as you say, are citizens.”

      In a Nov. 13, 1985, interview with the Spanish International Network, Reagan called for a path to permanent residency for undocumented immigrants to be added to the immigration overhaul being considered in Congress.

      “For one, we very much need in any immigration bill — we need protection for people who are in this country and who have not become citizens, for example, that they are protected and legitimized and given permanent residency here. And we want to see some things of that kind added to the immigration bill.”

      In 1986 President Reagan signed a bill that granted amnesty to illegal immigrants already in the United States.

      • Bossman

        Ronald Reagan was the last good Republican.

        • JohnEngelman

          I think Teddy Roosevelt was the last good Republican. Abraham Lincoln was the last good Republican before Teddy. That is a thin roster.

          Ronald Reagan signed an amnesty bill to help his friends in the business community. This encouraged more illegal immigrants to come over.

          • WR_the_realist

            Eisenhower was the last good Republican. He gave us Operation Wetback.

          • awb

            Lincoln? Really?

          • Michigan Patriot

            Neither one; especially war crime, mass murderer of mostly white Christian Americans on both sides during dis-honest Abe’s unconstitutional war of Northern aggression !

      • IstvanIN

        It must be nice to be a childless orphan with no family whatsoever and no loyalty to your own people. You can die without a twinge of regret.

        • JohnEngelman

          My people are those who share my values and interests. Many are non whites.

          • John R

            Then sadly, you miss the whole point of this website: Race matters!

      • WR_the_realist

        I doubt very much that Romney would have attempted to provide amnesty by executive order. Ron Paul certainly would not. As for Reagan, he later said that the 1986 amnesty was the biggest mistake he ever made. For a man whose presidential career included the Iran-Contra affair, that’s saying quite a lot. You love to quote from the one third of Republicans who are pro-amnesty as if they represented the entire party, while every damn Democratic politician is pro amnesty.

        Show me a politician firmly against amnesty, and I’ll show you a Republican or a Constitution Party member.

        • JohnEngelman

          The Hill 06/23/12

          Republican hardliners in both chambers are holding their tongues over Mitt Romney’s plan to grant qualified illegal immigrants legal status and even U.S. citizenship…

          Romney, the presumptive GOP presidential nominee, outlined a broad proposal extending permanent residency to some illegal immigrants — and creating a pathway to citizenship for others

          • WR_the_realist

            That was a proposed bill, which we must hope would not pass.

            It’s not an executive order.

        • JohnEngelman

          January 14, 2012 at 11:14am

          Rep. Ron Paul (R-TX) claims to be against illegal immigration, but has repeatedly voted against the border fence (with one exception in 2006), as well as the E-Verify program to stop employers from hiring illegal aliens. In fact, he is against all laws prohibiting employers from hiring illegal aliens.

          The Obama administration, the Mexican government, and the ACLU all filed separate lawsuits against the state of Arizona’s because of its get tough policies which include the deportation of people who are here illegally. One of the few Republican Members of Congress who opposes the Arizona law is Ron Paul.

          He claims to oppose amnesty but this is not supported by his voting record or other actions.

          Former Rep. Tom Tancredo (R-CO) says: “I served with Ron Paul in Congress for 10 years. He was a member of my Immigration Reform Caucus, and I consider him a friend. . . Unfortunately, it appears that Paul’s views on immigration have now shifted into the pro-amnesty camp.”

          In their “2012 Presidential Hopefuls Immigration Stances Report Card”, NumbersUSA gives him an “F” rating on immigration.

          • WR_the_realist

            Again, while Ron Paul is certainly not as good on enforcement as I’d like, Ron Paul would not have issued an executive order granting amnesty. Indeed, he said that if elected the only executive order he’d issue would be one cancelling all previous executive orders.

        • JohnEngelman

          Republican politicians are aware that rank and file Republican voters oppose amnesty. They are also aware that their campaign contributors in the business community want amnesty. Look at what they do, rather than what they say.

      • shmo123

        He also said that signing that 1986 amnesty was one of the biggest mistakes he ever made.

        • JohnEngelman

          The biggest mistake Ronald blithering Reagan ever made was to claim that tax cuts generated so much economic growth that they paid for themselves.

          • WR_the_realist

            Naw, that was his second biggest mistake.

          • JohnEngelman

            It obviously was not true, but it was good politics. Most Republicans still believe it, despite thirty three years of contrary evidence.

  • Obama is just the puppet on a string. He does what his masters tell him to do. He’s an actor reading his lines off the telepromter. Likewise, most Republicans are controlled opposition (McCain, Graham, etc.)

    It’s hard to fight an invisible enemy. Until it becomes known who’s pulling the strings, we’re tilting at windmills. Soros, the Rothschilds? The central bankers? Someone has decided that the USA must be destroyed for their agenda to play out.

    I don’t care about a race war. The war that needs to be fought is the one that strips the power elites from power and incarcerates (or hangs) them. Anything less and the white race is doomed to extinction (except for the white blonde female sex slaves kept by the elites). The blacks are so worthless, they would be doomed too. The browns will be the slave labor for the elites. Give the browns sex and legal drugs and a few bucks an hour and they will be happy to toil until worked to death. That’s the future unless there is a revolt by the white man.

    • Einsatzgrenadier

      The elites love their docile browns. The browns will toil away for low wages and under dangerous working conditions. This love affair will only end when the browns become so numerous that they’re able to rise up and overthrow their globalist masters, just like the Germanic barbarians who rose up and overthrew their Roman masters some 1500 years ago. I believe it was the Greek historian Polybius who first said that history was cyclical. The same mistakes must be made over and over again.

      • Black Swan

        By then, the globalist masters will have done their job and left the United States.

        They don’t want to live in the multicultural hell they created for us Whites.

        • Zaporizhian Sich

          No, but that Hell the created for us will follow them to ends of the Earth and destroy them, like a mega-tsunami started by a large asteroid impacting in an ocean. They are starting global chaos that could well end with a nuclear exchange.

    • Black Swan

      Have you read the Culture of Critique?

    • MBlanc46

      ” The war that needs to be fought is the one that strips the power elites from power and incarcerates (or hangs) them.”

      Absolutely spot on. I go for the latter option. Lenin was right about the futility of incarcerating enemy captives in a civil war.

  • JohnEngelman

    a tube used to convey liquid upwards from a reservoir and then down to a lower level of its own accord. Once the liquid has been forced into the tube, typically by suction or immersion, flow continues unaided.

    draw off or convey (liquid) by means of a siphon


    U.S. immigration policy resembles the process of siphoning. The weight of previous immigrants is used to siphon more immigrants of their ethnicity into the United States.

    Unfortunately, with Hispanics, those who are siphoned in bring with them the same social dysfunctions they are escaping from.

    • Bossman

      There was a story in the NY Times a few days ago which said that Latin American immigrants are keeping southern Florida vibrant and afloat. Can we conclude that not all Hispanics are losers? How come Hispanics are good for Florida and not the rest of the country?

      • IstvanIN

        The Cubans, who came over in the 60s and were overwhelmingly White, and the Indians and mestizos coming over now are two different creatures.

        • Bossman

          The story was not about the 1960s but right now. Southern Florida is now a mecca for immigrants from all over Latin America including Mexico and Central America.

          • IstvanIN

            The Cubans run things, once the indios replace them it will be Guatemala on the panhandle. Besides how honest is the NYT?

      • JohnEngelman

        I have usually had good experiences with Hispanics. When they take over a black neighborhood, the neighborhood improves. Nevertheless, Hispanics have lower average IQ’s than whites and Orientals, and higher rates of crime and illegitimacy. All immigration has a depressing effect on wages.

        • Debbie Johnson

          You have NO idea what you’re talking about. Hispanics make the neighborhood better. You’ve got to be F’ng kidding me. They DESTROYED my husband’s neighborhood where he lived for years. You’re either lying, naive or purposely being disingenious.

          Every single time I left my home I carried a gun. I have a current CCW that was good in that state. I would not have hesitated to use lethal force if I had to.

          Most of the grocery stores in that area were 90% Hispanic and let me tell you Mr. Engleman, they are RUDE to whites. They only tolerate you to take your money but the hatred is palpable.

          Screw Hispanics. All of them. And screw all the traitorous whites and the tribes who let them in.

          • JohnEngelman

            Calm down. You and I have had different experiences with Hispanics. Those who treat others decently are more often than not treated decently in turn.

          • Wholly Unconvinced

            Good one john, flip it around and imply that Debbie brought that indecent behaviour on herself by not being “nice” enough to them. Kind of like those darned women always getting raped because they had the audacity to leave the house without their burqa, eh?

            Your experiences with Hispanics are quite clearly limited to interactions at work, in a professional setting, or socially. Why don’t you go spend an hour or two wandering around in Spanish Harlem around, Oh… 10pm or so, I’m sure one of those vibrant Hispanics will invite you in for a beer.

            Oh! And don’t forget your wallet! You know, just in case you want to treat them to a nice dinner after you’re done hanging out.

          • Who Me?

            This is all true, but take those horrifying situations and multiply them by 10 and that is what would have happened if the neighborhood had turned into a black ghetto.

          • ricpic

            Engelman is the kind of fool that only a nerd-fool can be. It’s all totally abstract to him. Being essentially divorced from the human race himself he cannot connect to the horror you feel at the degradation and hostility Hispanics bring when they invade a white neighborhood.

          • Zaporizhian Sich

            I once had an occasion where I was in the path of a hatchet wielding Hispanic who got a full can of pepper spray in the face from me. He was lucky I did not have my gun, because I could have pumped a few .45’s into his head and claim self-defense.

        • Who Me?

          Really John. I think we all agree that ANY change improves a black neighborhood. Now why not make that final leap of logic and admit that America can and should belong to white, native born Americans?

          • JohnEngelman

            I think Asians are objectively superior to whites by just about any measure that you can come up with in terms of what are the ingredients for a successful society.

            – Jared Taylor

          • Wholly Unconvinced

            “This doesn’t mean that I want America to become Asian.”

            -Jared Taylor

            You forgot the end of that quote, but don’t worry, I fixed it for you. (You seem to do that quite a bit… I’m sure it’s not intentional though, right?)

            As an aside, given that this is Mr. Taylors’ “house” so to speak, and he’s more than capable of speaking for himself, it seems rather rude of you, as a guest here, to constantly speak for him while he’s off preparing drinks in the study. Why don’t you try, really, really hard, to come up with an original thought?

            I know, its a lot to ask. But hey, you never know, you might enjoy thinking for yourself.

          • Who Me?

            Okay, they’re better. I might even agree with you there. BUT–THEY have an ancient, established homeland. We have (or we used to have) OURS. So, let them go to their ancestral homeland, and let us have ours. Fair enough? Ours may not be as good as theirs, but note, we are not colonizing their land, THEY are colonizing OURS. If Americans were moving to Japan in droves and hordes and taking over, they could and would put a stop to it, as well they should. Give us the same right.

          • Dr. Möbias

            Who Me?:

            Do you realize you are dealing with an anti-White psychopath when you discourse with Engelman? There is no use trying to reason with Engelman because by definition psychopaths are impervious to logic, reason and common sense and cannot help promoting their genocidal agenda of race replacement against the White race.

            Who else except a psychopathic anti-White would actively promote race replacement of Whites and try to make it sound reasonable on a pro-White issues site?

          • Who Me?

            “…you are dealing with an anti-White psychopath when you discourse with Engelman? There is no use trying to reason with Engelman because by definition psychopaths are impervious to logic, reason and common sense…”

            It’s beginning to seem you are right. He just does not “get it”. I have tried to be nice to him, hoping he was just misguided or deluded, and would listen to logic and reason, but I have pointed out the same things in my above post several times and it doesn’t faze him.Everybody else seems to understand what I have said, and they aren’t the ones that need to hear it, they already know full well and agree.Much as I hate to admit it, I think Engelman is a lost cause. He has been here long enough to have learned a few things and hasn’t.

          • Dr. Möbias

            Cut your losses and move on.

          • Who Me?

            I think I replied to another post of his somewhere else on Amren earlier today, but that’s it. Over at the Chinese food discussion, I think!!!!

      • Debbie Johnson

        South Florida is a dump because of the brown invaders. We had to sell our house as the Orcs started moving in the late 90’s and eventually took over the entire neighborhood and zip code. Code enforcement and local LEO turn the other cheek when a brown man does something, but let the white man’s grass get a certain height and code enforcement is all over him.

        If you call listening to loud Mexican circus music at 3am, overflowing trash cans (because they’re too lazy to line their home garbage can), racing cars and pill mills yeah they’ve really enriched that area.

        I can only hope and pray that when the pole shift happens all those Orcs and their tribal masters who love them will swept into the ocean to die.

        • WR_the_realist

          I have noticed myself that things like code enforcement only apply to whites.

        • Dr. Möbias

          I despise what has become of South Florida.

          Last time I was there it appeared to be a third world, dirty, crime-ridden black and Spanish-speaking third world slum.

          I will never go back.

      • WR_the_realist

        The New York Times loves to label all non-whites as “vibrant”. I have seen “vibrant” neighborhoods and they are noisy, trash strewn, and heavily dependent upon taxpayer funded social services. Jamaica, Queens is so vibrant that nobody in his right mind would want to live there.

        • Wholly Unconvinced

          I always got a kick out of how aptly named Jamaica is. It’s as if they wanted to warn us to keep away. I bought a motorcycle off a dealership on Jamaica Ave once, not by choice, but because they were literally the only place in NY that had a particular model I was looking for.

          I was incredibly glad that I had a shoulder holstered 15+1 of 9mm with 2 extra magazines under my jacket, as the jackals gathering on the other side of the street at seeing a lone white with a new car quickly dispersed when I patted the bulge on my ribs while looking straight at them.

          Feral, subhuman animals, every last one of them. And they’re everywhere in NY. I can understand how twisted and vile John England is if he’s been living there for most of his life, as the place really bears down on your spirit and sanity.

          (That’s right John, I’ve lived in your liberal Utopia as well as throughout Asia!)

      • Dr. Möbias

        No wonder you appear so anti-white and uneducated. You rely on the NY Times for your primary source of information.

      • Dave West

        Who said they are good for Florida? I live in South Florida; some hispanics do okay and in a few cases good; the perks of living in a white society I suppose. For the most part they are poor, many do not speak or need to speak English. Drive through many of the hispanic neighborhoods; the houses are small, painted in colors ranging from teal to bright orange, behind chain linked fences, and with bars on the windows. From where I’m sitting right now I can get in my car and within 10 minutes I can be in the middle of a third world Latin America country. These are also not just recent immigrants, many are third or fourth generation.

    • Who Me?

      Regardless of your other blind spots, this is one thing you see and state quite clearly.

      • Dr. Möbias

        By up voting a known anti-white troll, you are encouraging him to subvert pro-white issues sites to his pro-Asians stance, despite that he may (and I do not agree) put up an anti- black/immigrant post every once in a while.

  • John R

    Plan to expand immigrant rights? Right. That is one thing this country REALLY needs! We need all those poor immigrants to have their rights respected. Hey, smart alecs, if we aren’t nicer to the immigrants they just may decide to not come here anymore! Wouldn’t want THAT now, would we? (And if you don’t see the sarcasm…)

  • Bon, From the Land of Babble

    Even as President Obama grapples with the crisis of immigrant children…

    What crisis on the border?

    Everything is going just as planned.

    To Washington, they are not immigrants, illegal or otherwise, they’re VOTERS.

  • Magician

    By the way has anyone else seen the Daily Stormer entry about the 16 year old girl who buried her mulatto daughter in the backyard?


    Not only is it dangerous for any woman to have sex with a black male because of the possible HIV infection, it is never a good idea to be pregnant at the age of 16 period.

    A girl should spend her teenage years learning, growing, enjoying her life and being loved by her parents, rather than getting laid with ghetto males just to prove how progressive she is and that she is not a racist.

    Giving birth at the age of 16 is just as disastrous and stupid as getting laid with a black male just to prove that she is not a racist….

    • Nonhumans

      I don’t like to breathe the same air as nonhumans, let alone anything else.

    • RisingReich

      Where the hell is Dad at in these cases?

      • Magician

        “Where the hell is Dad at in these cases?”

        White dads around the country have to work all the time so they can help pay for the living all black children here! It is very common for black single mothers to have seven children or more, all with different daddies who ran away even before his own biological kid was born.

        • RisingReich

          That’s no excuse to neglect your own children, and allow them to become so misguided.

  • RisingReich

    You haven’t been reading the news have you?

    Already in the works. I bet you were unwittingly being funny about it.

    Not really funny when it’s reality,
    Is it?

  • MBlanc46

    Not expand “immigrant” rights, reduce the rights of those whose ancestors built this nation.

  • fgbrunner3

    It is time to impeach Obama. Our first ant-American president must go.

  • RisingReich

    You stole my line, but it’s a good one.
    Traitors will not be forgiven, nor forgotten.

  • libertarian1234

    Impeachment will mean the blacks will go ballistic and riot from coast to coast. Of course that’s what most of us want, but the elitist dregs do not…..DEFINITELY. They have great fear of losing their wealth, influence, power, and assets or having them severely curtailed.

    They intend to make whatever concessions are necessary in order to keep the peace.

    But I’m not sure the group of retired brass we have who are acting as watchdogs are ready for placating the black mobs. And impeachment may not be possible if the GOP doesn’t have control in the Senate.

    Is there anybody but me who sees the possibility of a military coup?

    • WR_the_realist

      There won’t be a military coup.

      It would be nice if the Republicans had the stones to impeach Obama, but that is highly unlikely.

      • Nonhumans

        I agree, a military coup wouldn’t last bc of the number of armed citizens in this country. Not to mention the majority of the individuals in our military are Patriot to the bone and would not get behind it.

        • Wholly Unconvinced

          I think he meant a military coup to retake America BY those patriots.

          But I agree that it absolutely will not happen unless things get a LOT worse. The generals and other high ranking, white officers who have been removed under the Obama administration were a safeguard against that ever happening.

          A coup can’t start without a patriot standing up and leading, and when Obama/his handlers removed people such as Petraeus, he preemptive cut off the heads of any such uprising, as well as sending a clear message to any unknowns what would happen to them if they rejected the party line.

          • Dr. Möbias

            This government is too far gone for any type of take over. Better to secure an area with resources like water and arable land for future Whites.

            Then guard it with deadly force from non-Whites who follow us wherever we go and insist in living in cultures that we create.

  • Paleoconn

    Impeach the bastard.

  • Evette Coutier

    The funny irony of Obama is that in many ways he has been the worst enemy of his fellow blacks. I make a point of rubbing that in every chance I get when I speak to blacks.

  • kjh64

    Immigrants don’t have the “right” to be here first of all. Secondly, we don’t have 11 million, illegals, how about 35-40 million illegals, give or take. Third, amnesty would not be given to 5 million, it would end up being given to all.

    • Dr. Möbias

      Amnesty is indeed a problem. Worse is the family reunification give a way. Once a foreigner has amnesty, he can then -and does- bring over his entire village.

      All to live on American largesse.

  • mobilebay

    Every illegal concession is a stab in the back of Americans. Every scandal coming out of Washington is a cover up of the previous one. There is no end to the madness of this administration.

  • Michigan Patriot

    Always at the expense of the founding culture of America, the Euro-Christian ; since the end of segregation and heading towards extinction with great neck speed. Pogrom, anyone ?

  • Dr. Möbias

    You are giving Obama far more credit than he deserves. He is far too unintelligent to have an agenda. He is playing the role that was assigned to him, he is a mindless bot doing the bidding of his paymasters,nothing more.

    The real power hides behind Obama’s skirts.

  • DiversityIsDeath

    “Obama said last month that because Congress had failed to act on
    comprehensive immigration reform, he would take executive action to ‘fix
    as much of our immigration system as I can on my own.'” [QUOTE]

    If Obama is able (and threatening) to bestow amnesty on millions of criminal illegal aliens through executive decree, why does he claim to need the assistance of Republicans? So that the Republicans can share the blame with him? Pah, let Obama do whatever he wants, and let him alone take the blame for it.

  • English Majority

    America now crumbles under the totalitarian rule of an African immigrant and his family.

    We’re living through the total collapse of White civilisation. We built the modern world; now the feral Third World hordes have invaded us and claimed it all as their own.

    My thoughts are with one group: The poor working class White children who now suffer and rot under this rancid, deranged filth.

  • Dave West

    I knew the Kenyan was lying when he said these “children” invaders would be sent home.

  • Zaporizhian Sich

    The routes those planes are taking into the U.S would be a perfect place for rebels to place surface to air missiles, against which airliners have zero chance of surviving being hit by one, let alone several.