Get Angry Now

Ann Coulter, VDARE, September 10, 2014

President Obama now says he will wait until after the November elections to implement an “executive amnesty” for 11 million illegal aliens, so as not to hurt Democrats’ chances this year.Instead of waiting to be enraged in December, voters, could you please be enraged now? Once the holiday season kicks off, you’ll be too busy going to parties and Christmas shopping to notice that you’re suddenly living in Mexico.Getting Obama to postpone a rancid idea isn’t something to celebrate. Yay! We did it! We forced him to delay doing something the country doesn’t want for SIX WEEKS! Every Republican candidate better be jamming Obama’s threat down the throats of their Democratic opponents.Obama is claiming to have the powers of a dictator. Amnesty was considered by Congress, but–here’s the important thing: It didn’t pass. It only passed the Senate, with the votes of all Democrats and 14 not-bright Republicans. After that, widespread public revulsion prevented Marco Rubio’s amnesty bill from even being considered in the House.

But according to Obama, the only reason illegals haven’t already been given amnesty is that Congress is not “doing its job.”

What does Obama imagine Congress’ “job” is? Being his errand boys? Their job is to represent their districts. I promise you, House members are doing a better job representing their districts than at least a dozen senators are at representing their states–or than Obama is doing representing the country. It’s called the “People’s House” for a reason.

Noticeably, every Republican senator running for re-election this year claims to oppose amnesty–even the ones who voted for it. (Let’s hope they remember how unpopular mass immigration is when it’s time to vote, not just when they’re running.)


Obama can’t ignore the House and make amnesty happen either. That’s why he’s talking about an “executive amnesty,” which sounds like the top-tier donation category at one of the 4 million fundraisers Obama has held since becoming president, where the dinner starts at $25,000 per couple and you might bump into Jay-Z in the men’s room. Actually, it just means Obama publicly, openly, officially stops enforcing immigration law.

Except in his own mind, Obama can’t make illegals legal. But he can direct the entire immigration apparatus of the federal government to act as if amnesty has passed. The theory is that once they’ve been treated as if they’re legal for a few years, it’s a fait accompli, and no future president will resume enforcement of the law.

Although consistent with historical practice, it’s not where the country is at all. This election is our first referendum on amnesty.

Not only do we have Obama’s promise that he’ll refuse to execute the law–it’s not as if he took some kind of oath, after all–but there’s good reason to believe him: After this election, he’s got nothing to lose. Democrats will have two years to sign up 30 million illegal immigrants for Social Security benefits, food stamps and voting cards.

There is no more important political issue than this: Republicans must take the Senate this year.

You know how much you’ve been enjoying the courts overturning state referendums prohibiting gay marriage? Get ready for a lot more of your hard-won political victories to be nullified by the courts if Republicans don’t take a Senate majority.

Remember how the Supreme Court upheld Obamacare on a 5-4 vote? Obama could have a shot at replacing another Supreme Court justice in the next two years. As a senator, he voted against both of Bush’s nominees, so he can’t very well complain if Republicans reject his loony-bird nominees.

Have you heard about the federal judge conspiring with Attorney General Eric Holder and the ACLU to bring deported illegal aliens back from Mexico? Yes, he’s bringing them back. That judge, John A. Kronstadt, can’t be impeached unless Republicans take the Senate.


Won’t you be angry if our power-mad president grants millions of illegal immigrants “executive amnesty” on the basis of his nonexistent constitutional authority to ignore the law? The surge of needy foreigners across our Southern border, so far, will be nothing compared to what’s coming if Obama does this.

He says he will. He thinks voters are too stupid to notice.

Prove him wrong.

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  • TruthBeTold

    Obama is waiting until after the election because he knows ‘immigration reform’ (aka AMNESTY) would be a losing issue for Democrats.

    Americans don’t want amnesty.

    So he’s going to bypass the electorate and shove amnesty down our throats after the election.

    Obama is telling the American people they don’t have any say in ‘immigration reform’.

    • Ella

      It is Obama’s government to his majesty and not the people’s anymore since we don’t have any voice in these matters.

    • Cid Campeador

      “So he’s going to bypass the electorate and shove amnesty “down our throats”after the election.”

      Along with :, AFC, American unexceptionalism, “you didn’t create/ build that, Apologizing for America’s “bad behavior” (not that we’re angels but you DON”T bad mouth your family to strangers), killing the Coal Industry, sending Ben Netanyahu and the Dalai Lama out of the back door of the White House where the trash cans are stored, Ungraciously returning the bust of Churchill gifted to the US by the Queen(?), Taking a selfie during “Saint” Mandela’s funeral (I’ll give him a pass on that), all this and two more years and then who knows who will be next?
      Talk about “DEEP THROAT”!

    • AndrewInterrupted

      Not to mention that “immigration reform” is projection in the first place.
      No reform needed, actually.

    • me

      Barry is the self-declared king of the Americas…..

  • DaveMed

    Prove him wrong… how?

    He’s going to do it. If not before the elections, then soon afterward. He knows, just as we do, that once it passes, Republicans will be unable to repeal it to any meaningful extent.

    • Republican will be unwilling to repeal it to any meaningful extent.

      • Sick of it

        They’ve yet to do anything about Obamacare…

    • NoMosqueHere

      If whites riot in the streets like blacks would under comparable circumstances, it wouldn’t get done.

      • Stan D Mute

        Whites have jobs. Whites need to pay the mortgage and car note. Whites have a kid (just one) to support and (just as important) to educate and nurture.

      • Cid Campeador

        We don’t need to riot. What we need to do is to start defending ourselves against Mau Mau depredations “BY ANY MEANS NECESSARY”.

      • bilderbuster

        If Whites were to gather in the streets peacefully the militarized cops will be out in force.
        The only question is will they open fire when ordered to?

      • Canadian Friend

        I’m not American but I have been watching closely what goes on in the USA since the events of 9/11, and I also know quite a bit about USA’s history.

        I think that eventually either Obama (or another after him) will push things too far and violence will erupt.

        I am not saying I would like it to happen nor am I encouraging anyone do turn to violence, but I am afraid that there is no other way this tragic destruction of the USA can be made to end.

        It is like watching an accident waiting to happen, like someone smoking a cigarette in a gun powder manufacture, eventually it is going to blow up.

        It is hard to believe USA citizen will take this sitting down and will never do anything about this planned destruction of their nation, this planned destruction of their culture and let’s face it, this very well planned and well executed race replacement going on.

        I can not believe good Americans will just let it happen, that they will simply let Obama and other radicals like him ( who obviously hate the USA and want to change it completely ) do more and more anti-USA things that are more and more shocking and more and more bold.

        If good Americans do nothing this will be one of the sadest event in history, to watch the most successful nation in the history of the entire planet, the nation that liberated Europe in WWII, the nation that went to the moon, the nation that has made life better for billions of humans trough fantastic technological advances and trough its unappreciated generosity ( I would say the USA is the recipient of more ungratefulness than any nation in the history of the world ) be reduced to something that will resemble a mix between Detroit and Columbia within about 50 years.

        I simply can not believe people will do nothing and simply let it happen.

        What the left is doing to not only the USA but to the entire Western Civilization is a crime, it is murder and it is suicide. Pretty much everything the left supports and pushes down our troath is bad for Western Civilization.

        I simply can not believe good people will let this evil go on and do nothing.

        I can not believe it.

        I can’t.

  • Typical Ann Coulter. Starts off good, then veers off into silly town by telling us that the way we should vent our anger is to vote for a bunch of open borders RINO Republicans for Senate, then she turns right around and bashes and trashes people who actually wanted to solve the problem, including her obligatory implicit swipe at my once upon a time boss.

    • AndrewInterrupted

      That chip is still there.

  • RealisticGuy

    Republicans? They’re just the other side of the same coin. Their corporate masters want more cheap labor, more consumers, and they’re going to get them.

  • anony

    Get angry now?????

    I’ve been angry for decades!!!

    • AndrewInterrupted

      You must be exhausted.

      • anony

        Not exhausted, motivated.

        • AndrewInterrupted

          Me, too.

      • Stan D Mute

        I’m WAY past exhausted. I was exhausted years ago. Now I’m just depressed.

        • Garrett Brown

          Maybe you just need a nap.

  • Chasmania

    Be ready for the societal crash and obligatory mayhem and riots….Just saying

    • Periapsis

      The mayhem and riots will be started by our enemies, which will be the excuse for when they send the military, foreign troops or both. They will not restore order, they will attempt to round up and throw us into death camps , slaughter us or both. It’s obvious that is what they are planning with all these concentration camps in military bases, remote areas and other places out of sight of the public outside of pilots and others who do see them. They are often located near railway lines. One man I talked with told me about a friend who was welding manacles to railroad cars. The massive stockpiles of coffins, the massive convoys of military vehicles I have seen being moved around by train, the odd sorts of drills military personnel are engaging in, the large number of foreign troops here, the large number of low-flying military aircraft of all kinds I have seen at height as low as 50 feet above populated areas, all tell me we could be attacked at any moment by our own government. Make no mistake, when the riots and open mayhem starts, all whites better be ready to kill as many attackers as they can, and they won’t be exclusively black and brown thugs intent on rape, robbery and murder. Then again, that will also describe many of those who will be sent after us wearing combat fatigues.

      • Stan D Mute

        Holy cow! I think I hear them coming for you right NOW! They’re tracking you with your IP address – quick, turn off all your electronics and get into the bunker! Don’t come out until you get my email giving the all-clear!

        • Periapsis

          You realize by speaking out at all you are just as much a target as I am. But I feel we must speak up now, or suffer for the rest of our lives, however long that would be in silence.

        • Cid Campeador

          Let’s all stop talking right now. Sometimes silence is the best weapon.

  • LovelyNordicHeidi

    There is no more important political issue than this: Republicans must take the Senate this year.

    What a joke. The two-party system of America is a anti-White-controlled one-party system. Write it down. There is no reason to believe the Republicans are going to solve your problems. They are just liberals in disguise. If you vote for them, you vote for your racial destruction.

    • Whitetrashgang

      I would rather jump in a sewage lagoon and bathe than vote republican.

    • D.B. Cooper

      Absolutely not! If the GOP wins on such a soggy noodle campaign, then all we will get is more of the same. What did 8 years of Bush get you? More Affirmative Action, more illegal aliens, and gushing about what a great man Clinton is. NO thanks. The GOP still hasn’t learned its lesson, so they do not deserve to win.

      • Chasmania

        If it wasn’t for how terribly bad Obama was/is, we would still be talking about how bad the Bush presidency was for real conservatives AND the country.

        I’ve virtually worn out my teeth from gritting them every time I hear some boob defend Bush from some Obama supporter.

        And oh dear god, here comes Jeb Bush….Someone please put me out of my misery

        • tetrapod

          It’s my belief that the utter mendacity of the Iraqi war, the Cheney military-industrial-Halliburton nexus, and Bush-business cronyism set the stage for Obama. The Bush presidency was so egregious that many people voted Democrat against their instincts, simply out of disgust for the Republican label.

          • Stan D Mute

            Or that Bush II was the final nail in the coffin and Brakabama was the first post-American president. Like foolish emperors before him, Bush smashed his country against the sharp and jagged rocks of Afghanistan and destroyed it.

          • francisco

            Clinton wasn’t exactly a tower of strength

          • Max

            Yes. Bush also was “Hope and Change Light” firmly establishing the Office of Imperial Messiah to be continued and expanded by His Dusky Hopefulness.

        • NoMosqueHere

          Jeb would be the perfect sequel to Hussain: America’s first mexican president.

    • AndrewInterrupted

      My main battle tank is still in the shop.
      Got any spare 120mm rounds by any chance?

      • brior

        Ask ISIS they seem to have a lot of equipment made by the US military. Hmmm I wonder how that happened?

        • AndrewInterrupted

          My middle-eastern policy would be similar to Reagan’s. Let them kill each other at an equal rate. If one side get’s a little uppity, prop up the other–until both sides are extinct. But, that’s just me.

  • D.B. Cooper

    Oh, I plan on doing something all right, but it doesn’t involve voting for the Republican Party. In fact, I will target every single republican left of Jan Brewer, and support the democrat running against them. I want to clump all of my enemies into one political party. If I lived in Ohio, you-know-who would be at the top of the list.

    • Stan D Mute

      Aw, it’s Weepy! “I’d gladly give you my wife and my children’s future today if you’ll just like me tomorrow.”

      (You younger readers probably won’t get the Popeye reference to J Wellington Wimpy)

      • Cid Campeador

        Have you seen his son-in-law? No wonder the “poor dumb bastard” cries and drinks a lot!!!

  • With the traditional white American’s back against the wall, our choices show we’re between a rock and a hard place.

    Voting Republican may require whites to hold their noses but it’s a better choice than giving Obama his Senate majority. Not much better, but better by a smidgen is still the way to go for now, until we’re better organized. Tea Party Republicans who oppose amnesty are around in some places and in the race. The McCain types your only choice? Stay home on election day.

    Secession or American Revolution II are the only choices long term that will stop our people’s soft (and possibly hard) extermination. Partly, these choices are a waiting game, as we wait for the economy to implode, World War III to break out, or some other unforeseen event to occur that gives us an opening to overthrow our masters.

    Just as the slaves in the Old South made their masters nervous and fearful, we can do the same by weaponing up and playing mind games with them. We can also hasten the day when the system they’ve created implodes. We are not powerless, but they want us to think we are. If whites held a one-day general strike, this country would grind to a halt and the cost to the elites in money would be enormous.

    • anony

      “…and the cost to the elites in money would be enormous.”

      And that’s about the only thing that would get their attention.

      • benvad

        Unfortunately that is the case. I wonder if the ancienne régime of Louis XVI realized what had befallen them before the revolution started.

        Overthrow the fat cats and political vermin would suit me just fine.

      • Periapsis

        The only thing that will get their attention are their own dying as a result of their genocides against people worldwide.

    • RealisticGuy

      I’m not sure the choices are a waiting game. World War 3 would draw people together under the nebulous “American” banner, and the economy surely has imploded in South Africa, but a lot of whites there still kowtow to political correctness.

      We, and by we I mean European nationalists in America, aren’t nearly as organized as we would need to be to take advantage of any situation or event. A good friend of mine likes to say “getting nationalists together is like herding cats”.

      The other problem is that (most) nationalists, are every bit as lazy and corrupted as the mainstream. We can’t win like this, and if we don’t change, we’re not going to.

      PS: If you really want to hasten the day America implodes, vote straight D.

    • Usually Much Calmer

      This is your best post ever.

  • As an aside, I’m not seeing some big red wave happen at least on the Senate level in November, mainly because the RINO establishment has foisted upon us a bunch of uninspiring talentless and worse than that open borders RINOs for Senate candidates. As a matter of fact, if I lived in any one of the following seven states, I would vote “for” the Democrat just to make sure the open borders or repugnant in some other way Republican candidate does not win: NC (Thom Tillis, open borders), KY (Mitch McConnell), SC (Lindsey Grahamnesty, need I say more?), MS (Thad Cochran, traitor), TN (Lamar Alexander, open borders all the way, and dumb plaid shirts to boot), AK (Dan Sullivan, funded by all the cheap labor lobby cool kids), and VA (Special Ed Gillesipie, who wants to septuple legal immigration).

    I may also have to add CO (Cory Gardner) to this list, because I get mixed messages from him on immigration.

    Where I think there will be a red wave is downballot, because neither the Republican establishment nor the media pay much attention to downballot politics, and therefore there are far fewer obnoxious RINOs as Republican nominees there.

    • Stan D Mute

      Your error is in vastly over-estimating the average voter’s level of engagement.

      Yeah QD, all that politics stuff is sure interesting. Brakabama’s wrecking the country. Hey, did you see that new show Utopia? They got nekkid girls on there! That one was pretty hot too. I’d do her. And that other one too if’n she lost a little weight and took care of herself better. I mean she’s hotter than that girl on Big Brother anyway.. Yeah. Hey! Did you see the game? Whatcha think about the game on Saturday? Upstate U is looking good to beat Downstate U isn’t it? D’Linquint Jones is looking good this year. And LeRapin Johnson sure is running the ball. QD? QD?

      • I’ll respond to most of your points in my other response to another one of your comments in this thread. I will say here that Utopia has the wrong title, it should be Group Orgy.

        • Stan D Mute

          I’ll take your word. Top Gear is the only TV show I’ve seen in the past twenty years.

  • Spikeygrrl

    Here’s the part that makes my head explode: if de facto amnesty is expected to hurt Dems at the ballot box, what’s the difference between saying now that you’re going to do it later, and just doing it now?!

    • That’s where Obama really screwed up on PR. He should have said that EO amnesty was totally off the table permanently, at least for outward consumption, then through back channels promise goodies in secret to all the Razatards and the corporations and the cheap labor lobby. Instead, President Nine Iron goes and puts his golf shoes in his mouth when he says that he’s still going to do it, it’s just that he’s waiting out the election, though his delay has nothing to do with the election so saith him. And in the days since then, he has reiterated that point a few times, thereby continuing to remind people that he’s still going to do it, which is the total opposite of getting the issue off the table so as not to hurt Dummocrats during election season.

      Also his public announcement that he won’t do it until after the election is an implicit confession that amnesty is bad politics. Believe me, the bread and butter of politicians is electoral politics.

      Someone tells you “don’t think pink.” What color are you thinking about? Then someone tells you “don’t think pink until next week.” What color are you thinking about right now?

      • Spikeygrrl

        I agree completely. This was a HUGE whoops in his usual tactical wheelhouse. Could this possibly be the first visible crack in the foundation of The House That Soetoro Built…?

        I’ve been hoping since the Central American Invasion story broke that illegal immigration would be the wildfire that FINALLY jumps the aisle. Eh. Only time will tell.

        • Late breaking news on this very front:

          Vulnerable Senate Democrats want Obama to do what I said he should have done for PR purposes at first: Totally take executive action off the table.

          • Spikeygrrl

            Isn’t it GREAT that it’s way too late to unring that bell?

          • AndrewInterrupted

            I voted for Scott Brown in the primary the other night and the
            place was electrified with optimism for a Repug national sweep.

          • Scott Brown is a different story. He’s actually putting the immigration issue front and center.

          • AndrewInterrupted

            He’s following Ann’s advice after the David Brat example.
            You only need one plank.

      • Stan D Mute

        No, wrong. It was genius. By saying, “after the election” he allows democrat candidates to say, “What Amnesty?” truthfully and keep cowardly democrat white union voters. No conservatives will change their vote either way, but if he DID the Amnesty today it is guaranteed that MORE conservatives would go to the ballots. By saying, “Later” the lazy conservative voter will stay home. There is no Amnesty. The Repubs will stop it. No worries for me today. Genius.

        Look think of this analogy: Negroes say they will kill all whites, rape the babies, and smash their heads against rocks. What do whites do? Yawn! “Did you watch the game last night? Did you see the slam-run LeBrown hit through the goalposts?” Yet when we SEE those poor mangled little white infant corpses out come the pitchforks and nooses right?

        The Marxist/Leftists must go to the polls on Election Day to demand their amnesty. White conservatives can sit home knowing there is no amnesty, their congresscriminal has prevented it, and ignore whatever nonsense crap is coming from Brakabama’s noise hole. Brakabama has SAID he would do a LOT of things he hasn’t done right?

        As I said, genius. Or at least politically clever.

        • If anything, the people not getting the message the political class wanted to be sent from Obama’s delay announcement is the open borders Marx/Left crowd. Notice how fit to be tied various “immigration advocates” are over the announced delay in Obama eviscerating what little is left of extant enforced immigration law. Because that crowd doesn’t have the political sophistication that God gave a snail.

          Sure, the low information undertow runs fast and deep. But on the immigration issue, our side is not part of the low information undertow. Those who pay attention to the issue closely on our side are pretty high information and pretty highly politically sophisticated people who are relatively immune to stunts, fan dances, shadow boxing and kabuki theater. Hard news to such individuals is the Drudge Report. In contrast, to the typical person for whom immigration in terms of amnesty and open borders is their prime political concern, hard news is the Wendy Williams Show.

          Also realize that the white jock sniffers obsessed with all the touchdowns Ja’quan De’Felony scored on Sunday tend not to vote in low turnout non-Presidential years.

          • Stan D Mute

            The media isn’t stupid – at least not the folks at the top making editorial decisions. So I have to wonder if the “outrage” about “delaying” amnesty isn’t just part of the show to lull Americans into their catatonic complacency.

            And sad as it is, we need the idiot negro jock sniffers. They’re (many of them) blue collar guys with everything to lose. Just because they’re too lulled to realize they’re cheering for an alien race that hates and wants to kill them, doesn’t mean they’re leftists by any means. They’re just not very bright white people.

          • True they’re not stupid, but they’re not omniscient and omnipotent either.

            I am not aware that our kind of people have been lulled to sleep by this move. I am seeing evidence that the open borders crowd has been made irrationally mad by this.

          • Yancy Derringer

            No. Except for the kiddies who buy the merchandise, many or most football aficiandos love the game DESPITE the player monkeyshines. White Alabama diehards are, generally speaking, deeply conflicted that virtually their entire Crimson Tide team is black, in contrast to the boys the great Bama hero Bear Bryant coached.

            Besides, football is pretty much a meritocracy. Pretty much.

    • Max

      The “saying” part is likely one of the usual test announcement/desensitization infowar schemes.

    • antiquesunlight

      I was confused about this too. Me and my dad were talking about it and we concluded that he can’t actually do it right now because everyone would know about it, but if he just says that he’ll do it after the elections, he figures the people who are really pro-amnesty will hear about it and vote for Democrats (and support him) but many of those Democrats who are opposed to amnesty won’t be listening, which means it won’t effect how they vote. Of course, some will, but he’s betting that more won’t. In other words, the net effect is in favor of the Democrats. At least, I think that’s what he thinks. But I don’t really know.

      If I’m right, it’s in our interest to be as loud as possible about this.

  • dd121

    Short of an armed attack on the White House what are we supposed to do? Obama has made sure the rule of law is a dead letter.

    • AndrewInterrupted

      He will be impeached after the Repugs take the Senate.
      And all the Libs will look like this.

      • Garrett Brown

        You’re delusional.

      • Stan D Mute

        Wake up Andy. Andy wake up!

        The cowardly whites in politics will no more impeach “the first African American President” than they will stop lying, stop being corrupt, or plan to give up their do-nothing lifestyle and get a real job.

        • AndrewInterrupted

          If you were at the New Hampshire Republican primary like I was, and felt the electricity, you would think differently. White guilt is rapidly evaporating.

          • Jo

            You’re correct. AmReners need to frequent conservative websites to get a ‘feel’ for the increasing level of anger.

          • AndrewInterrupted

            And you are also correct. AmRen-ers tend to sit & spin too much. Even the defeated youngsters like GB. I regularly poach Libturd sites and visit a wide variety of conservative sites. But, my vantage point comes from living in and around the epicenter of the anti-American movement: Massachusetts. America was born there and is ironically dying there. It is a balkanized multi-culti hell-hole.

          • Stan D Mute

            I’m glad you have hope. I had hope when I was much younger.

          • AndrewInterrupted

            We’re probably the same age. I’m in field service therefore more able check the nation’s pulse and spot momentum and reversals. Having been purged at a defense contractor for being White recently, I understand the magnitude of the anti-European conspiracy within government, now spreading to corporations. If it’s too late, I will just take a few dozen with me when I’m 75. God will approve.

          • Stan D Mute

            I travel extensively, nationally, for business. I speak to and with large groups of professionals daily. So I’d be surprised if you’re more “in tune” with the people – at least the people in a certain demographic. And what I see is apathy. It’s disgusted, fed-up, hopeless apathy about our political system generally. The few who admit to seeing our demographic problem are more dejected.

          • AndrewInterrupted

            They would never speak of their concerns at a higher corporate level. Their cheeks are too tight. Apathy, for sure. Which is really a nice way of calling them race traitors.

      • dd121

        I hope they do but I think you overestimate the backbone of the Republicans.

        • AndrewInterrupted

          Revolution is a process, not an event.

  • Guest


  • She brings up an important and sad point. Voter “outrage” is as manufactured as everything else in politics. Voters get angry on cue and cool off on cue; they also forget on cue. Even Pavlov would be shocked.

    What makes this truly sad is not the political ramifications but the fact that so many people have lost their humanity. Their emotions are a tool wielded by another, but that doesn’t really matter because their emotions aren’t real any way. Consumers and copulators, automatons.

    • Sick of it

      Professing themselves to be wise, they became fools. And there’s no excuse for that in a world where knowledge is readily available to all. People are lazy.

      • Short memories, too. Its almost like we want to be fooled.

        • Sick of it

          It may be rude to reiterate, but IQ is one of the keys to human behavior. As IQ decreases below genius level, people tend to become less and less logical. Even the average person does terrible things out of nowhere which could ruin their life. No long term thinking.

    • Stan D Mute

      The outrage isn’t “manufactured”. It’s always there to the extent the people are aware of what’s happening. The ebb and flow you see is the media. Imagine the searchlight at an airport swinging around the sky in an arc. Round and around it goes and as it passes a building downtown it lights the side of the building. Is the building there when the light points elsewhere? Does it rematerialize when the light comes back around?

      The problem (this problem anyway) lies in our media and the lack of time most whites have to focus on things outside paying the bills. The first step in fixing it is boycotting any problem media. Second, support alternative media that does the job well.

      • Correct. If anything is manufactured, it’s the other side’s attempt to douse our genuine grass roots outrage.

  • ricpic

    The problem is that the voters need to be energized by a genuine opposition party. The wet noodle Republican Party gives them nothing to rally round.

    • dmxinc

      It is also difficult in our “winner take all” system.

      Our system was great when we were a European people, now it seems the parliamentary system would be the only way for us to have a candidate that we should clearly choose.

      • Stan D Mute

        No, we need to return to Federalism and Republicanism as intended by the Founders. Restore the 10th Amendment and repeal the 17th Amendment for starters. I’d argue (and most here would probably agree) the 15th and 16th need to be repealed next. Those four changes, restoring the Founders’ intent, would put the nation back on its feet.

        • A Reasonable Redneck

          While you’re considering repeals, don’t forget the automatic citizen birthright clause contained in Section 1 of the 14th Amendment.

  • Chris

    UGH! I am so tired of hearing of Obama. He is/was a puppet same as George Bush was.
    And it don’t matter whether there will be 30 million more dem voters down the road.

    All this is theater.

    ZOG/NWO will need all those Mexicans in America, to draft into the military to fight the planned war against Russia and/or China. YT in America ain’t going to fight that battle , and blacks ain’t too good in the military. So the ZOG needs a well equipped U.S. “Mexican” army.


  • Paleoconn

    Jeff Sessions for President

    • The Drudge headline right now as I write this.

      If I was a little bit more cynical, I’d think that Matt Drudge is on the sly trying to beg him to run for President.

      • AndrewInterrupted

        I think Matt is the pot calling the kettle black on this one.

        • Stan D Mute

          Not really. What is Drudge doing with his dough anyway? He lives in a VERY modest home for a man of his means. He doesn’t try to buy politicians like many others. He’s just sitting on probably $100,000,000 in cash down here.

          • AndrewInterrupted

            I would call that remaining consistent with a stereotype.
            How many of ‘those who shall not be named’ advertise their subversion?
            Zuckerturd and Scamberg are the exceptions.

          • Stan D Mute

            Adelson. And I don’t think the rule is that you cannot name them, I’ve done so a hundred times. The rule is don’t libel them as a group because (a) there’s no evidence they are in conspiracy or at fault and (b) it is counter productive when they’re visibly and clearly white with interests inextricably tied to ours and capable of contributing enormously to our cause (case in point: Nick Stix who’s done more for the cause than your namesake ever did, ajewamongyou, and of course Drudge himself).

          • AndrewInterrupted

            Well, that occasional (I think, rare) tribe member with deep pockets needs to start openly criticizing the tribe. Just as the Muslims and Blacks need people of the same to start publicly shaming their respective anti-western behavior. A Zuckertard or a Scamberg isn’t going to lower him/herself to a lowly goy’s opinion. If Drudge is real, where is the public shaming of the tribe?

          • Stan D Mute

            Again, it’s not “the tribe, llc” – it’s some extraordinarily successful people who are Jews. Do you think Zuckerberg, Adelson, Gates, Bloomberg have done any more harm than Ford, Rockefeller, Carnegie, JP Morgan, Mitt Romney? The difference is today we find out instantly when they are up to no good whereas it wasn’t until their foundations screwed us royally we learned after the fact how evil the old guys were.

            More importantly, I’m p!ssed off and insulted by the accusation that whites are so weak and stupid that a minuscule 1-2% of the population can manipulate us into racial suicide.

            Back to the logic however, Ashkenazi Jews (who are the smart and successful ones) are white. They are indistinguishable from other whites and if we go down they go down with us. So they’d have to be super smart, super successful, and super stupid to conspire as you suggest. Not only will the natives eat them (see Crown Heights), but white would hunt them down if they were found to be conspiring for our genocide. In fact, what you see is just the corrosive Marxist ideology mixed with the high visibility of successful Jews. But if you look into it at all you see that white Christians are FAR more culpable for our situation. FAR more.

            Who brings Africans to America by the millions? Christian charities funded by a Christian government. Who employs the tens of millions of illegal mesoamerican criminals? You think that’s just the 1-2% of the populace that’s Jewish? Are illegals being harbored and protected in Temples? Or Catholic Churches? Who is working night and day to get criminals off death row and released from prisons? Rabbis? Or Quakers (yep – Quakers).

            Our plight is result of Christian Universalism. That’s the bottom line. If you are a Good Christian your pastor says you gotta believe your one God created ALL mankind in his image. So whites are exactly the same as negroes and Central American Indians and pacific island cannibals. All the same. And who sends the missionaries? Yes sir – Christians.

            Fact is, WE made this mess. OUR fathers and grandfathers. And we aren’t going to fix it by blaming Jews or Muslims or Hindus or Buddhists or Zoroastrians either. It BEGINS by shrugging off the book of fairy tales and embracing SCIENCE. Science and fact shall set us free.

          • AndrewInterrupted

            Ashkenazi Jews are not “White”, they are chameleons. White when convenient, not when not. When not, they use the Mike Wallace defense: “I’m not White, I’m Jewish” as he responded on 60 Minutes on one occasion. Jews, Armenians, Persians also get special AA-type concessions at federal agencies and contractors. “White” people get no such concessions. Thus, when trying to get a make-work government job, best to go with the Mike Wallace defense. It’s not their IQ, as Rabbi Engelman drones on about, it’s their stinginess, scheming, clannishness, nepotism, and their refusal to join western civilization that propels them. If you never frequented a local restaurant, never paid retail (a middle man), never joined society, only took from it, you would have more money, too. Zuckertard ripped off his college partners to make Farcebook. Do not confuse treachery with IQ.

    • Chris

      Only living worthy candidate is Putin.

  • Mack0

    I hate to sound like a pessimist but as time goes by it becomes more and more obvious the fight to preserve the greater United States is lost. The left is actively working toward replacing the traditional american population and nothing is going to stop them from achieving their goal. They see the end over the horizon.

    • Sick of it

      Fine by me. I’d prefer secession anyway.

      • Mack0

        So do I.

      • AndrewInterrupted

        Just as long as we get all the submarines….<;-D

        • Sick of it

          You’re coming down South, of course. You’re far too normal to live up there.

          • AndrewInterrupted

            Now that comment made my day…<;-D

            You guys need operatives up here. Let's develop a code.

          • Sick of it

            Dixie had operatives up North during the Civil War. I’ve read some very fascinating books on the subject (and on the Copperheads of course).

      • Stan D Mute

        Who wouldn’t? But considering how that turned out last time, I’d give the odds at -1google to 1 (negative 1 followed by 100 zeros to 1).

        Place your bets! Give me your dollar and if secession happens I’ll pay you a google dollars.

        • Jo

          “Give me your dollar and if secession happens I’ll pay you a google dollars.”

          Agree. Secession will not occur. Any hope will come from those not likely to overanalyze, discuss, discuss, discuss, and give up because the mountain looks too steep. Negativity breeds negativity and there’s a lot of it on AmRen.

          Hope is with the White blue-collar crowd and veterans, loyal active
          military, skinheads, neo-Nazis, bikers, and others of similar mindsets, not intelligentsia. They won’t settle for a piece of the United States even if prospects appear doomed.

          Forge ahead. George Washington lost 6 of 9 battles.

          • Stan D Mute

            I’ve come now to believe the ONLY hope is a military junta. It’s been many years, basically since the dawn of military aviation, since we’ve had a shot at a second Revolution or Civil War Round II. Contra the rabid NRA members, we are HOPELESSLY outgunned. Yes, the Afghans are outgunned, but they’re in Afghanistan which as Kipling wrote is all ups and downs with jagged edges and not a flat place in the damn country. Except western Colorado, the US is pretty flat. So our privately owned .45s and .308s are fine for the race war that won’t happen either, but against the military? Not so much.

            Time for General Pinochet.

          • anony

            The Pinochets have been culled.

    • Chasmania

      I do think that liberals are rushing things, seeing this as ‘end game’ politicking and maneuvers.

      • Mack0

        They are scrambling to secure the votes for 2016

    • Stan D Mute

      The left? Left as in John Boner and Eric Canter?

      Look, the reality is the elites of BOTH parties want the illegals here. The democrats want them voting while the republicans just want them working but not necessarily voting. But BOTH want them here.

      • Mack0

        Yes both of parties want amnesty but it is the left who desire the extinction of the white race. This is the issue more pertinent to our struggle.

        • Stan D Mute

          Wait, you admit the republicans want the country invaded, but you don’t think they want us extinct? Are they too stupid then to figure out that inviting every Indian in Central America to move here inevitably causes our extinction?

          • Mack0

            The conservative position on immigration is rooted in greed and the libertarian idea of the individual above community.

            For conservatives the United States is a simple a place to make money. The Free Market dictates how the world operates not community and kinship. As Margaret Thatcher said, “There’s no such thing as society”.

  • tetrapod

    Where’s LHO when you need him?

    I mean that in a figurative way, of course.

    • Chasmania

      The only thing worse than a live, executive order spewing Obama would be the 50 years of Democratic iron clad victories they would get from “Saint Obama”, the martyred liberal Jesus of the left.

      • tetrapod

        Good point. I had not thought of that. Sort of how some people have played the holocaust angle to their advantage.

        • Chasmania

          Look at how Kennedy is still enshrined in the Democratic Pantheon.

          Obama… ? They would ride that pony forever. That she-boon he’s married too would be rolled out for every election, as would the kids. There would be NO END to the nightmare. Worse yet the Republicans would either willingly worship at his crucified feet, or be forced to pay lip service to him.

          Also would be a dead lock for a national holiday, endless renamed schools….I’m feeling a little ill just thinking of the Obama name being on everything and everywhere…..First Mars base ? Obama. Next aircraft carrier ? Most popular black baby name ? Name shrieked out by howling mobs of ‘urban youths’ as they kill whitey ? The list is endless…..

          • tetrapod

            My god you’ve perfectly captured the essence of the dystopian nightmare that is America, and how much worse is yet to come.

            I just had a nauseating vision of future disenfranchised whites naming their kids Barack to curry favor from their brown overlords.

          • Stan D Mute

            No, that’s not our future. This isn’t South Africa. The negroes here will have it worse than we whites – by far. For America’s future look at Brazil. Demographics are destiny (thanks Mark Steyn!) and our story arc foretells continued massive mesoamerican invasion until they constitute the majority. Whites, Jews, and Asians will continue to “run” the country insofar as they are the ones capable of becoming doctors, engineers, lawyers, etc. Mesoamericans will comprise the labor class. And negroes will move solidly into the underclass from which there will be no escape for them. Aztecs, Mayans, and Incas will NOT tolerate “affirmative action” promoting Africans above them. And they can’t stand Africans at all anyway. THIS is America circa 2100.

          • Bossman

            I think you’re right again. Latinos are not afraid of Blacks and they are able to screw them out of existence to create a blended race.

          • Max

            Bingo! Some few older blacks will hearken back to the “good ol’days” of white majority rule when the brown invasion really gets established because their racial sense will not permit them to be cowed by black race-pimps like passive whites have. Blacks will be relegated to the jobs and living conditions that even Mexican immigrants won’t tolerate. They will likely keep a few “show blacks” in some positions of bogus authority for political reasons but the majority of blacks will be seriously screwed worse than they now imagine they are.

          • jane johnson

            Not if done by “teens” after he leaves office (or is deposed like Gaddafi).

        • Stan D Mute

          Or the way they’ve turned whore-beating white hating plagiarizing alcoholic communist Dr Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr into a Saint.

  • Marc Zuckurburg

    Get angry?

    Why should we get angry over a joyous occasion?

    Make my immigration reform comprehensive, please!

  • tetrapod

    I’d really like to get on board with you, if only I could overcome my revulsion for RINO whores. In some ways they’re more despicable than Democrat libtards. At least the Dems are true to their own values, effed up as they might be. It’s the duplicity, the sneakiness of RINOs who pretend to be something they’re not.

    But, you make a good point. Maybe there’s still a flicker of true conservatism within the GOP, especially after the last eight years.

    • Stan D Mute

      Aw Tetra, you were on a roll brother. Writing Truth. You should have quit while you were ahead. Can you edit everything after the “not.”?

  • Neue Sachlichkeit

    I have NOT been enjoying the divide-and-conquer battle about gay marriage, and though I’m sure Ms. Coulter and I completely disagree about that actual issue, I am glad to see we both seem to view it as the distraction it is intended to be.

    How about we leave off attacking other Whites and yes, save our valuable and desperately needed rage to throw against the tsunami of insistence that we MUST become North Mexico?

    • Stan D Mute

      Homos have been around apparently forever, why NOW have they chosen to demand to redefine “marriage” which, like homos, has been around forever with the same definition? This is a distraction created by the same people who want to destroy white America and replace it with Amerindian and African immigrants (who are notably FAR less tolerant of homos than whites).

      If YOU are a homo, maybe you should just shut the hell up and be thankful you live in a nation tolerant enough not to stone you to death. Leave well enough alone and help fight the REAL fight for your “rights”. Because when America becomes an Afro-Indian Muslim nation I can’t see them respecting some certificate you have on the wall.

      • Bossman

        I think you’re right about that. Blacks and Latinos are less tolerant of gays.

        • Max

          No, they want to appear to be for “family values” propaganda reasons but there are great numbers of homosexual blacks and Mexicans. Both groups are greatly over represented among MSM HIV cases according to CDC. They are also disproportionately active incestuous pedophiles contrary to TV depictions of old rural white guys.

          • Bossman

            No group want to appear as degenerates. Not even “old white guys.”

      • Neue Sachlichkeit

        I have no intention of shutting up and every intention of fighting for my rights. That would be why I’m here at Amren.

    • I can’t tell you how much I agree with you on this.

      The LGBTQMIAPDLOLPLPLTH crowd, GLAAD, and others like them, need to stop this obsession with gay “marriage” immediately and start focusing on immigration patriotism.

  • AndrewInterrupted

    That’s my girl!

    • Neue Sachlichkeit

      Quite girly as you all would likely define it. Not liberal as anyone would likely define it. I disagree with Ms. Coulter as often as I agree, but damn, do I EVER respect her courage.

      • AndrewInterrupted

        I’m acquainted with people in the various medical professions. I shared with people here at AmRen some months ago the outcome of a conversation amongst them when “talking shop”–and Ann Coulter came up. She has a powerful genetic asset called: fearless dominance. Mother Nature gave Europeans a wide range of specialties. She is genetically pre-positioned to be queen. When the constitution needs to be dissolved to save North America from the Marxist hordes, we will need her genetic assets, as we enjoy them already.

    • Garrett Brown

      That’s your mud shark!

    • Bossman

      She looks like a transgender person.

      • AndrewInterrupted

        Beats a race traitor.

  • Unless and until “we” can wrest control of the media away from our internal enemies nothing is going to change. Consequently, the days of talking and voting on behalf of white Americans is essentially over, and everyone knows it.

    • anony

      Exactly. The media control the “national conversation”, focus attention, and the polls show that clearly. We need pirate radio/tv at a minimum.

  • Chris


    • Stan D Mute

      AmRen moderates it. Generally only vulgar language, advocating violence, or strong anti-semitism will get you deleted.

      • Chris

        OK , TY. Wow , my gone post was way-way lower than much of the stuff I see here, even just in this topic . I guess I said something too right. LOL
        Ah well , lesson learned.


      • Chris

        TY, my earlier TY was deleted

  • Epiphany Strachan

    “Once the holiday season kicks off, you’ll be too busy going to parties and Christmas shopping to notice that you’re suddenly living in Mexico.” This is embarrassing. We deserve to be mexico.

  • Stan D Mute

    The ONLY immigrants either Republicans or Democrats actually oppose are literate skilled English speaking whites (ie South Africans or Rhodesians).

    Republicans claim to oppose Amnesty, but they do/say NOTHING about repatriating all the illegals already here, do nothing to prevent more from coming, care not about illegals spewing babies like Old Faithful spews water and granting full Citizenship to those babies. Nor do republicans have the slightest problem with 1 million *legal* immigrants per year competing for American jobs and consuming American social benefits. Nor do republicans have any problem whatever with American companies closing American factories and moving them to Mexico, Guatemala, China, or Korea only to then ship the products back to America for sale to newly unemployed Americans.

    In fact republicans’ only stake in the ground is opposing amnesty – preferring instead an *illegal* labor force of unskilled, low paid, criminals who will take jobs from unskilled negroes and push those negroes even more into criminality. All of which is just tactics in the political class WAR on white Americans.

  • Stan D Mute

    Boner’s blog URL?

  • Blither box

    You can be replaced with more agreeable voters from failed countries. I thought you should know. Maybe you’ll do something about it before everything ever done becomes a waste of time.

  • kikz2

    opppzie.. too late.. been angry…….. no, make that smolderingly livid……. for about the past decade.

  • Stan D Mute

    No. If we don’t stop ALL immigration and REMOVE the invaders, NOTHING else matters. Once white are outnumbered, the gig is up and there’s no turning back. Everything else can be fixed. Look at Russia. FUBAR back in the 1970’s wasn’t it? Today it’s booming because it’s nearly all white. Look at South Africa, booming in the 1970’s wasn’t it! Today it’s FUBAR and cannot be fixed because whites are a minority.

    If republicans were 100% for everything except immigration they would be my sworn enemies. Demographics is EVERYTHING.

    Republicans had all three branches of government a short time ago. They said they were going to do an Amnesty. It was only the grass-roots conniption fit that stopped them. They today hold “the power of the purse” in Congress, controlling all spending. They could de-fund the government until it enforces the Law, arrests and deports the criminal aliens, arrests and fines criminal employers of criminal aliens, etc. Instead, they spend all their time developing alternative plans for “comprehensive immigration reform.”

    Make no mistake, republicans are TRAITORS just like democrats. You want us to vote for Jonathan Pollard because he’s a better class of traitor than Julius Rosenberg.

  • Cid Campeador

    Unfortunately he’s gone. His name was George Corley ( Theah aint a dahmes woith o’ difference between Democrats and Republicans) Wallace.
    He also would have put an end to “Polar Bear Hunting”.

  • I think some of the debate in this thread about “Vote D to bring it all down faster” versus “vote R to be pragmatic” is missing the point.

    I think democratic republicanism (small d and small r) in white countries is on its way out for awhile; it’s going to have to be in order for white peoples to have a real future and to be saved. We can’t vote our way within a system into solving our problems when the system is the problem. If you’re playing cards with five people and the other five people are holding all 20 aces in the deck, all you can do at that point is throw over the table. People like Vladimir Putin are our future, people like Rand Paul knitpicking over ideology and systems and fine points of legalism are the past.

    Now, knowing that voting isn’t going to save us, the purpose of voting, until the day comes when more of our people and the right kind of people come to realize what I have, is to vote for the best credible available people and issues to make the lives of our people as least problematic as possible under the rotten defective by design system.

    That said, I can only be pragmatic to a point. Hence, one of my other comments in this thread about certain Republicans by name that I absolutely would not vote for.

  • Stan D Mute

    Did your republicans “secure the southern border” when they held the house, senate, and presidency just a few years ago? Why should anyone believe they’ve changed now?

  • Stan D Mute

    Thank you. Sorry I didn’t even check the link, I just saw “press-release” in the URL and assumed it was something else.

  • RealisticGuy

    Quite difficult, when the tea party, and other conservative factions, aren’t on the right path themselves.

    I’d prefer not to vote at all. Keep my hands clean of the whole ordeal.

  • Eric Shun

    Been there, done that. In 1986, Republican Pres. Ronald Reagan authorized the “Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986” which, among other things, legalized illegal immigrants who entered the United States before January 1, 1982.

  • Raymond Kidwell

    Why even care anymore? Prepare for third world America or leave the country. The option of rational policy is no longer an option

  • Stan D Mute

    That’s very reasonable of you, but I’m NOT sold. I’ve been down this trail before you see. I am old enough to remember Mr Raygun’s promises on immigration. Yes, the patron saint of the republicans swore to us, swore, that the invasion would stop with his amnesty. It didn’t. The last time a republican could be trusted on immigration was Eisenhower’s “Operation Wetback” in the 50’s.

    I’ll vote for someone who EXPLICITLY disavows the republican quislings like Boner and EXPLICITLY swears to get the invaders out if he has to chase them with a pitchfork himself. And ONLY if they have NO record of EVER favoring immigration.

    My memory isn’t so short that I can’t recall the republic leadership, Ryan, Canter, Boner, McCarthy, etc promoting “comprehensive immigration reform”. You expect me to believe they’ve changed their beliefs in the last year?

    • I just found out within the last week that the angle that the White House is using to defend Obama just creating work permits out of thin air for the DACA/Dreamers, and he’ll use it again to justify his repeating for illegal aliens in general some time after election day, is that the 1986 IRCA immigration act allows the President to issue time-limited work permits to illegal aliens. Though the purpose of that part of the legislation had more to do with temporary and emergency circumstances, and never really was intended to be used for any sort of general catch-all amnesty purposes, there is no de jure legal limitations on their use.

      That’s 1986 IRCA, as in the one Reagan signed.

      • SentryattheGate

        For what it’s worth, 10+ years ago I started refusing service or work by Hispanics. If the waitress was Latina, I moved to another table, when I was getting quotes for a new roof, I asked if the contractor’s crew had Mexicans (legal or illegal), if the cashier was Latino, I went to another checkout lane, etc. And I would tell the manager or contractor why I did that. But of course, that could boomerang back to hurt whites, as Latinos increase in numbers. BTW, one roofing contractor honestly admitted to me that he had a couple crews, and that the Mexican crew was kept to new housing developments only, because there had been a pattern of theft from established neighborhoods. He learned that once they got on the roofs, they had a good view of goodies to come back for–with the 5-finger discount!

      • Stan D Mute

        Lovely. And proves my point unassailably. Thank you!

        Obama will use a law signed by the Great Hero of Republican Party Ronald Raygun to amnesty 20 million more Central American Indian criminals and open the door for them to even more government benefit handouts.

        The only, ONLY, silver lining to this big feces colored cloud is that the negroes are too stupid to realize how badly their Great Hero of Democrat Party Brakabama is screwing them. Maybe some of the negroes who’ve been violently chased out of Los Angeles could clue the rest into what’s in store, but it probably won’t occur to them the cause and effect.

        • We have to remember, while Obama has taken this “pen and phone” business to new stratospheric heights, centralization of power around the executive branch has been a very long time trend. The truth of the matter is that Andrew Jackson was the original pen-and-phoner, though that was for a good pro-white cause. But it also proves why the politics of de-penning and de-phoning the President are quixotic; go with presenting about how we’re going to use the pen and phone to benefit white people.

  • Ludendorff

    American Renaissance readers, please spread the word about this impending tragedy know as “amnesty”; our once great nation is being invaded, our government is complicit in treason!

    Forward the information about the hell awaiting White America due amnesty, consequences which will plague us and our children are left for the imagination in their severity. Violence will skyrocket, cartel members will have an opening into the country to a greater extent, our very identify will be defaced.

    We’re all tired, but nothing is more important than saving our identity, nation and one another. Get mad as Hell!

  • Stan D Mute

    We are about to be fortunate benefactors for a brand new 20 million plus newly legal Americans thanks to collaboration of Brakabama and Ronnie “the chimp” Raygun. Yeah! Team Demopublican! WooHoo Team Republicrat!

    And so I’ll stick with my assertion that this “two party system” presents a false choice. One may choose to raped with an African spear then broiled and eaten -or- one may choose to be raped with an Aztec spear then have his beating heart cut from his chest and offered to the Aztec gods. Now go ahead and vote! It’s your civic duty after all..

    Sadly, I can’t even stomach the Truth. Last election I intended to vote for Brakabama in the knowledge that our end (and hopeful rebirth) would come sooner. I filled out my ballot. It sat on my desk for a week. My gut churned for a week. Then I stuffed the ballot into my shredder. I felt like a Frenchman living in occupied France with a ballot to vote for Hitler or Hitler. Now the question is how many millions of white voters feel exactly the same way and protest this evil in the only way we can – by abstaining (hopefully with less angst than I had)?

  • ghettovalley

    Yes, we should absolutely allow millions of poor and illiterate people from a region with some of the highest rates of kidnapping, murder, and drug trafficking in the world to enter our country. What is the worst that could happen?