Fired Up Obama to Immigration Activists: ‘No Force on Earth Can Stop Us’

Daniel Halper, Weekly Standard, October 2, 2014

A fired up President Barack Obama had a message to immigration activists at a dinner this evening in Washington, D.C.: “no force on earth can stop us.”

“The clearest path to change is to change [the voter turnout] number,” said Obama “Si se puede, si votamos! Yes, we can, if we vote!”

“You know, earlier this year, I had a chance to host a screening of the film Cesar Chavez at the White House, and I was reminded that Cesar organized for nearly 20 years before his first major victory. He never saw that time as a failure. Looking back, he said, I remember the families who joined our movement and paid dues long before there was any hope of winning contracts. I remember thinking then that with spirit like that, no force on earth could stop us.

“That’s the promise of America then and that’s the promise of America now. People who love this country can change it. America isn’t Congress. America isn’t Washington. America is the striving immigrant who starts a business or the mom who works two low-wage jobs to give her kids a better life. America is the union leader and the CEO who put aside their differences to make the economy stronger. America is the student who defies the odds to become the first in the family to go to college. The citizen who defies the cynics and goes out there and votes. The young person who comes out of the shadows to demand the right to dream. That’s what America is about.

“And six years ago, I asked you to believe, and tonight, I ask you to keep believing, not just in my ability to bring about change, but in your ability to bring about change. Because in the end, DREAMer is more than just a title, it’s a pretty good description of what it means to be an American.

“Each of us is called on to stand proudly for the values we believe in, and the future we seek. All of us have a chance to reach out and pull this country that we call home a little closer to its founding ideas. That’s the spirit that’s alive in this room. That’s the spirit I saw in Luis and Victor and all the young people here tonight.

“That spirit is alive in America today, and with that spirit, no force on earth can stop us.”

[Editor’s Note: Luis and Victor are two illegal immigrants Obama rode with on his way to the speech.]

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  • WR_the_realist

    I notice that I’m not on Obama’s list of who the Americans are. Unfortunately, with congress unwilling to impeach Obama for his numerous violations of the constitution, he’s probably right — nothing can stop him now.

    • proud white

      Yes and I love how all these poor immigrants fresh off the boat factor into the statistics of the Hispanic population, increasing their poverty rate. maybe if they started taking the jobs from middle/upper class Hispanics instead whites then they would stop importing poor hispanic people

    • me

      Nothing on earth can stop him. True.
      MENE MENE TEKEL UPHARSIN

    • MBlanc46

      Well, we wouldn’t be, would we?

  • Doesn’t care about Ebola.

    Doesn’t care about ISIS.

    Doesn’t care about much of anything important.

    What gets him going?

    Electing a new people.

    It’s the Passion of the Barack.

    • Got to have your priorities in order. /sarc

    • propagandaoftruth

      A piece of paper won’t stop them. Words on paper are not charismatic.

      Everybody uses cellphones anyway.

    • Magician

      When he won the Nobel peace prize a lot of people around the world were very surprised because he hadn’t done a thing to deserve the prize

      Some politically correct people said “He had a lot of great ideas” and others responded “I have a billion great ideas. Where is my Nobel peace prize?”

      And then the liberals said “Sometimes we give this prize to people to make things better for the future” and then others responded “That sounds about as wise as giving an Oscar award to a randomly chosen Hollywood director and hope he gives us a better movie in the future. If anything that will slap other directors who truly worked hard to produce great movies in the face”

    • me

      He cares about golf, money, and the destruction of the United States.

  • AmericanCitizen

    Sickening that the POTUS upholds illegal immigrants as the wave of the future.

    Also sickening that he holds the example of the communist Cesar Chavez as one of the things America can be proud of. An event like this shows Obola’s true colors as an anti-white anti-American socialist.

    • Paleoconn

      The irony is that Cesar Chavez was anti-immigration and anti-wetback as he called them.

  • anony

    “Each of us is called on to stand proudly for the values we believe in, and the future we seek.”

    Good advice. I say we take that advice!

    • R L Buds

      If we are throwing out Christianity and claiming that it had no part in our country’s founding then we need to throw out the idea that ANY immigration is part of our country’s purpose too.

  • tetrapod

    We elected a man named Barack Hussein Obama. How utterly alien in contrast with Washington, Lincoln, and Roosevelt.. It should not be a surprise that he has no affinity for the “Bob Smiths” and “Mary Wilsons” in our country.

    • lily-white

      yes it is… the end of a dream…

    • phillyguy

      members of the tribe don’t want to be front men, they like to remain in the shadows holding the puppet strings

  • Andy

    America is the *American* who starts a business, works two jobs, sacrifices for the greater good, does well in school, or lives according to his ideals. Unfortunately, it is now also frequently the America who whines in public to demand things he has no justification for demanding.

  • Mary

    Nice to see Obama can get fired up about something. Certainly not terrorism, or any other domestic or foreign issue, apart from those that are explicitly racial. But anytime he can stand up for his racial brethren, or tear down the historic American nation, he actually shows a little life.

    • me

      Yeah, if the devil had a son….

  • DaveMed

    The young person who comes out of the shadows to demand the right to dream.
    _________________________________________________________

    A thoroughly vacuous (well, actually, nonsensical) line.

    What is this guy, some 5th grader trying to wax poetic?

    • LHathaway

      I couldn’t help but think, “The young person who comes out of the shadows to (now) be gay” Perhaps it was intended to be something close to irony. No amount of ironic comments seem to be slow non-white immigration.

    • me

      “The young invader comes out of the shadows to lie, steal, cheat, freeload, break immigration laws,spread disease, invade, gang bang–and to demand the right to impose his broken, Third World culture on the citizens of the United States. I completely support these invaders in their criminal activity, and disregard the will of the people of this country. And, being a complete and utter commie btard, I will do everything in my power–and everything NOT in my power–to make this happen.”

      I fixed it for the potus (piece of total, utter sh*t).

      Their ‘dream’, our nightmare.

  • MekongDelta69

    NoBama is truly a legend in his own mind… behind.

  • LHathaway

    I can’t read the word ‘dreamer’ without a touch of irony arising.

  • The Barbarians are not simply inside the gates, they’ve actually set up camp in our neighborhoods, our homes, and within our nation’s White House! These people are beyond arrogant, and this is clearly a declaration of war against the founding stock of this nation.

    The truly pathetic thing about it all is that no one has stopped them. The American citizenry hasn’t risen up to fight against this tyranny. We seem content to be racially and culturally displaced – and it’s happening right before our eyes as we’re mesmerized by Bantu sports, American Idol, and Dancing with the Stars!

    This is yet another confirmation why America cannot be reformed. This will not be solved by a vote or by a conservative president. It’s over and now we must look elsewhere.

    I don’t know about you, but I’m looking elsewhere and preparing for a future far removed from this corrupt and anti-white government. Where that will be and how it will accomplished, admittedly, has not yet been determined.

    Whether that will comes to pass as a result of a great civil war, a revolution, or a peaceful secession is anyone’s guess at this point. Time will tell. But I’m sure there’s many whites like myself who no longer consider this their nation as they once did.

    • Anglokraut

      I’m looking at Canada. It’s not perfect by any definition, but it’s not America. And Canadians like it that way.

      • Bossman

        It is America; just a different kind of America. And East Asians and South Asians want to flood that America with their people.

        • “Just a different kind of America” – Yeah, I’d say. The entire demographics, mood, and values of this once great nation has been radically altered – and that even before the rise of our Kenyan president with “fundamental transformation” agenda.

          If it is America, it’s only the remaining shell or husk of its former self.

      • Ike Eichenberg

        The canucks are headed down the immigration invasion road themselves.
        But at least they didn’t start with more than 12% Africans.

    • Anglo

      Our White ancestors would be turning in their graves if they could see this country now.

      • Periapsis

        They would do more than that, they would be clawing their way out of their graves!

        • LHathaway

          I don’t think so. They would be barricading themselves in.

          • Periapsis

            Why not? They’re dead already.

    • Charlie

      There’s a myriad of reasons as to why, they haven’t been stopped…for starters, you have to realize, that, still the overwhelming majority of Whites in America, live nowhere near Blacks or Mexicans…that being said, if you live anywhere from 5 to 25 miles, away from the nearest non-White community, in many respects, what do you care what goes on in their communities…the closer the proximity to non-Whites, the more racially aware Whites tend to be…ironically, Whites in NYC, Boston, Philadelphia, Atlanta, Miami, and L.A., are more racially aware, than say, Whites in Vermont, New Hampshire, Montana, Idaho, Wyoming, the Dakotas, etc…and another thing: America is a very large country still, America isn’t Albania, or South Korea…and the biggest problem is that, the Democratic process has countless numbers of lobbyists, who vouch on behalf of minorities, while indoctrinating gullible Whites on the fruits of Multiculturalism…fact of the matter is, that, non-Whites have absolutely no desire to associate with Whites, yet the Leftist media never tells you that…

  • Any low IQ moron can dream, i.e. wish to own and rule the world.

    The inconvenient truth is that there is a huge disconnect between dreams and accomplishments.

  • Anglokraut

    No force on earth, eh?
    These half-breeds clearly have no idea what Whites can do when fully ticked off.

    • Bossman

      These “half-breeds” are the future Americans. They may even be truer Americans than you are. They celebrate only the American continent; not Europe or Asia or Africa.

      • JInSanD

        Are you saying they are superior because they celebrate the collective accomplishments of all of North and South Americans? I say they have no right to group our accomplishments with theirs, whatever they are. They also have no right to live in, or control our country or to socialize it, or loot it, or bring it down. And yes, most Americans see European history as our history.

      • connorhus

        Future Americans? Right. They have already reached critical mass where they suck more out of the system than White Americans can produce. The only thing keeping them here is Government assistance based on easy credit and cheap energy. One Winter without government subsidized heating and they will beat feet back South as fast as they can. Hopefully taking the Femocrat Multi-Cultist with them.

        • thegodsofeden

          That’s one reason I’m looking at moving to Alaska. They hate the cold. That and you can lease a two acre parcel of land for fifty years @ $1.00 per year plus no property taxes.

          • IstvanIN

            The current Miss Alaska is Hispanic and the previous one is black.

      • Malgus

        Please… you will get no traction with that here… nobody believes that nonsense and, if they did, they wouldn’t bother coming here to comment, except perhaps to cause trouble…

        Speaking of which… why are you here?

        • LHathaway

          He’s funny at times. If you can’t see that, yer black, or have a lower IQ than whatever it is you say is their mean IQ this week.

      • antiquesunlight

        lol what? You have very weird notions about Hispanics. I’ve known plenty of Hispanics and none of them give a hoot about the American continent. What they celebrate is “free” medical care from our emergency rooms.

  • Hey dumb azz Barry. America is none of the things you describe, at its founding. America was white folks, slave owners, gun owners, farmers, craftsmen, Christians–all the things you hate. Hey boy, you’re talkin bout some other country than America. Hie thee back to Kenya, from whence ye came.

    • Bossman

      America at its founding composed of whites, African slaves, and many, many indigenous tribes all helping to tame a wild continent and to create an American identity. Today the USA is the result of all that and more.

      • Malgus

        “..helping to tame a wild continent..”?? In Bizarro World, maybe. Last history book I read that wasn’t revisionist claptrap pretty much indicated that whites and Amerinds were locked in a no-holds-barred race war that lasted 300 years. Sub Saharan African slaves didn’t contribute a whole lot, except as very reluctant slug labor, both before and after Mr. Lincoln’s War. Please, spare me the “they built this country!” nonsense… they did no such thing, and you know it.

        The “American identity” has always been the Rugged Individualist White Male..

        • Bossman

          Yeah, the rugged white male who listens to Jazz, Hip-Hop,Rap, etc. Who also eats foods first cultivated by American Indians and lives in cities with Indian names.

          • Malgus

            LMAO!!

            “..all taming a wild continent”… then offers up as proof some garbage “music” that didn’t even exist until the mid to late 20th Century… or the fact that we eat plants that are native to the continent and PREDATE the Amerinds, and the Amerinds had nothing to do with bringing here… or that whites named a couple cities after Amerind tribes that used to live in the area..

            This is the best you can do? No “peanut butter”? No “traffic lights”? No other completely fabricated or stolen revisionist “history” you want to toss out? Keep em coming! Best laugh I’ve had all day… 🙂

          • Bossman

            Hey, guess what! Peanuts were first cultivated by American Indians. As for traffic lights, they had a hand in that too. Without Indian rubber the transmission of electricity would not be possible, even paved roads have an Indian connection. The Indians of North American used asphalt to make their baskets and clothes waterproof and the early European settlers learned from that. They even had a hand in oil wells.

          • Malgus

            Once again, you cite plants and other things that predates humans in the Americas… they didn’t invent any of that, nor did they capitalize on any of it – save for the most crude, basic applications.

            I love how you credit people for just NOTICING a plant and sticking it in their mouths. That’s so cute how your mind works. Heh.. same with rubber plants. It took a white mind to take a rubber plant and turn it into an insulator, tires, etc – capitalize on its potential. Best I’ve heard the locals doing was taking hunks of dried sap and sticking it in their mouths. Sort of a crude caveman chewing gum… real geniuses, those guys.

            Asphalt? They didn’t dig any oil wells, Failureman. Again, they noticed what bubbled up from underground and was just laying there. After predictably sticking some in their mouths, they discovered that it wasn’t food, and that petroleum happens to be sticky and repels water. SHOCKER!!! Now, if you would have said something about drilling wells or fractional distillation of petroleum into different fuels and other substances – or even basic fractional distillation of coal to obtain kerosene – that would be important..

            But weaving some sticks into a basket and then slapping naturally-occurring tar on it? Going to your original comment of “taming a wild continent”, I’m thinking that rates pretty low as far as a technological achievement..

            But, somehow I doubt any of this will make a dent in your zealotry or brain washing… I suppose for you, the fact that naturally occurring tar sticks to stuff is a technological achievement right up there with the steam engine or the electric lightbulb…

          • Bossman

            Whites were able to capitalize on all the simple technology of the natives of the Americas. The American Indian stands at the base of the modern world. He did not invent the light bulb but the crops he cultivated made possible the Industrial revolution. Two of those crops are the potato and king cotton. Without (Indian) cotton, there would have been no industrial revolution.

          • Malgus

            Wow… you really are child-like in your understanding of the history of things, aren’t you?

            The American Indian had Jack Sh*t to do with potatoes. The potato is a native of South America. It was brought back to Europe by the Spaniards, and from there it was dispersed throughout Europe. People didn’t much care for it, so it sort of languished for a century or two. They didn’t care for it because the original South American potatoes didn’t look anything at all like what we consider potatoes today. The Europeans, through selective breeding, finally came up with a decent, good looking potato and it finally took off (with some royal help, too… the French, I think). The fact that the grains the Europeans were growing as a basic staple kept getting rained out and frozen/killed off thanks to the Little Ice Age.

            THEN, Europeans heading to the New World – North America – brought it with them. The American Indians had NOTHING to do with potatoes…

            And cotton? American cotton fueled the British textile industry. It wasn’t the CAUSATION of Industrialization, though it certainly benefited from it.

            I’m getting tired of giving you remedial classes on history, Failman… I suggest you go back to whatever Public School you graduated from and register a formal complaint… It is, however, kind of fun to watch you squirm and convolute yourself in an effort to award credit where none is due… a perfect example of the “Everyone Gets A Trophy” generation..

          • Bossman

            The modern world began with the discovery of the Americas. Without America and her Indians, Europeans would still be sick people eating bad food, wearing leather and wool clothes that could not be washed. They would still be fighting Turks and the Muslims hordes while living short and nasty lives.

          • Malgus

            Sigh… I am half tempted to not rebut your post, instead letting it stand alone as a shining example of ignorance and “everyone gets a trophy” revisionist garbage.

            However, I will take pity on you one more time…

            Is it REALLY your contention that wool and leather could not be cleaned? Or that Euros did not know this simple formula –> Rainwater + hardwood ashes + rendered fat = SOAP…? Good grief, son…. someone shortchanged you on an education. It’s that, or you really haven’t got any brains at all.

            Cotton was used in the Old World and the New, going all the way back to 5,000 B.C. Alexander the Great brought it to the attention of the Greeks and Arabs when he conquered India. It’s a tropical and sub-tropical plant, so it didn’t grow in Europe. It spread from India to the Middle East and from there to the Med. From the Med, it reached Europe.

            In fact, it was the British East India Company that imported most of their cotton from the Indian subcontinent and, coupled with English inventions like the spinning jenny, etc, in the early 1700’s that allowed England to become a textile powerhouse.

            And there’s more than ONE kind of cotton, you know. It was cultivated simultaneously around the ancient world. It grew naturally in Central America and what is now Mexico, but had to be cultivated in the colonies. Since it had to be transported great distances to reach Europe, it was expensive. It also doesn’t insulate well, nor hold up well to rough usage. Wool was a much better choice in Europe during the Little Ice Age (which didn’t end until about 1850 or so).

            Only when someone figured out that the cotton cultivated in the American South had longer, more durable fibers did the it become King Cotton in the South. That was what? Early to mid 1800’s? Mr. Lincoln’s War put the squeeze on that, and everyone went back to buying low grade Egyptian and Indian cotton. Even with the invention of the Cotton Gin, cotton was a labor intensive plant just to harvest and nobody came up with a decent cotton harvester until what? The 1950’s?

            You see Amerindians ANYWHERE in that equation? Cotton DID NOT GROW in the colonies. It had to be IMPORTED from Central America and Mexico, then cultivated artificially. Did the Amerinds do that? No. No they didn’t.

            Your sneering derision of Europeans suffering first under the hammer of the Little Ice Age (started about 1300 A.D.) and then the Black Death – brought first by invaders, then by trade – as sick, poorly fed and dirty, shows your ignorance. In point of fact, hardships made Europeans strong and resilient, since only the strongest, most robust and most intelligent and resourceful could survive in such conditions… Additionally, historians such as Frances & Joseph Gies clearly show that the “Dark Ages” were anything but. Europeans were and are a tough, smart, hardy, resilient people who adapted and overcame when dealt a bad hand…

            And then there’s this: If Euros were so poorly fed, sick, dirty and weak, then how did we conquer North America? The Amerinds had the numbers, clearly. They had the race hatred and demonstrated a taste for genocide – a willingness to kill men, women and children and wipe out a group to the last man. They were slavers. There is also evidence they were cannibals. By all accounts, we should have been wiped out in short order…

            Here endeth the lesson…

          • OS-Q

            European knew how to make linen out of flax for a long time. Not to mention the Italians already had a silk industry of their own by the High Middle Ages.

            Nowadays, some wool clothing is “Smart-Wool” which is a chemically treated wool that does not felt under agitation. Something about removing the “scales” in wool that causes it felt with agitation.

          • Malgus

            Very true. Nowadays, the Everyone Gets a Trophy crowd reads “Dark Ages” and thinks all Euros were constantly at war, living in caves, eating bugs and grubs and dead by the age of 14. They’re too ignorant to know that the “dark” in “Dark Ages” is only there as a reference to the “Light” of Rome being extinguished in the 5th century.

            Failman bags on Euros wearing wool – as if that’s something to be ashamed of – when wool retains over 80% of it’s warmth even when it’s soaking wet, is naturally fire retardant and very durable.

            I’d like to see him extoll the virtues of cotton if I tossed him into a snowstorm with nothing but a cotton sheet and a wet t-shirt..

          • OS-Q

            I believe the Dark in Dark Ages refers to a poor archeological record – there are periods which we have very little information about. The Islamic Conquests of Africa, the Levant and Spain disrupted trade horribly, so locals did without many luxuries such as fancy pottery or paper.

            There wasn’t much improvement in art or books, which historians love, but practical inventions like the horse collar came out of it.

          • Malgus

            In all fairness, I had always heard it was because the light of Rome had been extinguished… but yours is just as interesting and plausible.

            Also, given my interest in Engineering, my focus has traditionally been on the technological advancements rather than those such as art, etc.. (hence my citing of Frances & Joseph Gies’s work..), so I’ll take your word for it on that..

          • OS-Q

            Italian Renaissance historians pushed the idea of the Light of Rome and idealized it, naturally, since it was the last Italy ruled most of the known world. Enlightenment era historians pushed the idea too since this was a time when Europe was longing for religious and intellectual freedom that the pagan Romans were perceived to have.

            My favorite book on the subject has to be “Mohammed and Charlemagne Revisited: The History of a Controversy” by Emmet Scott

            To the Roman’s credit, few matched their roads and plumbing until modern times.

          • Malgus

            I’ll have to put that on my list of books to acquire and add to the library. You should check out Vitruvius. The guy was an engineering genius. I hunted down an english translation of his work (Granger translation – Loeb Classical Library). Can be pricey, but worth it.

  • Bon, From the Land of Babble

    Fired Up Obama to Ebola infected: ‘No Force On Earth Can Stop Us!!’

    Remind me again, what Communist country is he president of?

    None of this would be happening if John Boehner were still alive.

    • Periapsis

      Great picture, that should be shown in every newspaper…..

  • Caucasoid88

    America isn’t Congress. America isn’t Washington. America is the striving immigrant who starts a business or the mom who works two low-wage jobs to give her kids a better life.

    No, Obama. America is the 60 percent of Americans who want illegal, hostile, useless, ungrateful invaders sent back to the cesspool of filth and violence they created back home.

  • HJ11

    Obama the one man wrecking crew of America. When the haters of Whites come for the liberals and the lefties, they’ll realize their error…too late…off with their White heads.

  • Greg Thomas

    Hard to believe this clown is the president of the United States.

  • Lionel Hutz

    I came close to voting for this guy in 2008. Sympathized with him for the first half of 2009 because the Tea Party really did seem like a bunch of racist hicks. Tuned out for the most part in 2010 and 2011. In 2012, I saw him wage the sleaziest, most dishonest and divisive campaign in American history. 2013 was 2013, and here we are today.

    Now I see him as just another two-bit black wannabe preacher of the variety that shows up at inner-city funerals uninvited. Apparently he does too given his nauseatingly affected tone.

    An icky, icky guy.

    • Sympathized with him for the first half of 2009 because the Tea Party really did seem like a bunch of racist hicks

      The irony is that the Tea Party Movement of 2009 was really bad about pandering to blacks, groveling to blacks, sucking up to blacks. They’re not as bad about it now, thank goodness.

  • Paleoconn

    The do too. They have Somali gangs, Asian triads, Caribbean thugs in Toronto, Muslim teen pimp networks, honor killings, mosque-cafeteria hour, etc. Toronto is the most diverse city in the world. Third worlders abound, and like elsewhere they leech off the system and never integrate. My sister lives in Scarborough which is full of South Asian diversity.

  • seapeaMP

    ‘No Force on Earth Can Stop Us’

    I’m pretty sure anybody who can scale the Whitehouse fence can put that statement to rest.


    “Diversity” just means fewer White people.

  • GadsdenWantsHisFlagBack

    Thanks Saint Ronald Reagan the Feeble for opening the illegal immigrant floodgates with your ’86 amnesty bonanza. Everything was downhill from there you treasonous moron.

  • Julius Caesar

    Obama keeps talking about these so-called “Dreamers”…Well, Mr. Obongo, I’m still trying to wake up from this Nightmare.

    • throttler

      The face of pure EVIL.

    • Periapsis

      That is one scary look, it reminds me of Anthony Perkins in the last scene of the Hitchcock movie Psycho.

    • me

      Eeeeevil! EEEEEVIL!

    • throttler

      The face of pure EVIL.

  • Bossman

    Canada has lots of Hispanics but for some strange reason they become invisible. I guess in Canada, they get mistaken for other nationalities. Canada now has a huge East Asian and South Asian component to their population that is absent from the USA.

  • OS-Q

    The Martians from “The War of the Worlds” thought they were unstoppable too.

    • me

      Ebola.

    • Tim

      “You know, I was thinking…. If science some how harness the energy contained in a single square dance, we could send that thing back to where ever it came from.”

  • withcaution

    Future Americans?
    No, they will identify themselves as mexican-Americans or african Americans or muslim-Americans. They come for the same reason all party crashes come. Free stuff someone’s else’s labor provided.

  • Teresa Nichols

    What can really be done, realistically, about the situation our country is in?

    This isn’t a rhetorical question on my part.

    A revolution is certainly called for at this point, for I thing everyone here would agree that we passed the litmus test defined by Thomas Jefferson in the Declaration of Independence as “a long train of abuses and usurpations” a long, long time ago.

    Nothing we do in a civic sense makes any difference. We complain, we petition, we vote for, we vote against; and they just hit the mute button on us and do as they please. Both political parties are nothing more than a falsely divided front for the real criminal party that’s running the show.

    Yet it’s no longer the 18th century and “storming the bastille” would be problematic considering the overwhelming military force that would be wielded against us.

    So what are we to do?

    • phillyguy

      We need a nationalist leader just like the ones who came into power in Europe in the 1920’s, that is the only thing that can save us now!!!!

  • ATBOTL

    Let’s remember that the neocon Weekly Standard was instrumental in suppressing conservative criticism of open borders immigration policies back in the 90’s.

    • anony

      If you study the lineage of the neocons, you’ll understand why they do what they do.

  • fgbrunner3

    Impeach Obama Now

  • mobilebay

    There was a boy born in NC many years ago, who at the age of 15 marched off with a militia to fight the war that gave this nation its independence. I’m sure he would do it again even though this is not the country he fought for. I do think of him during this sad time of our country’s upheaval. He was my 4th great-grandfather.

    • Anglokraut

      I thought Jackson didn’t have any children. He did adopt, but I wasn’t aware of any biological children.

      • mobilebay

        Don’t know what Jackson you’re speaking of. I was referencing my g-grandfather, who was also from North Carolina…in answer to Jacob.

        • Anglokraut

          I thought you were talking about President Andrew Jackson. He was born in North Carolina and went off to fight in the Revolution when he was a young teenager. Sorry, my bad.

          • mobilebay

            That’s okay. Sorry I can’t claim “kin” to old Andy, but perhaps they ran into each other during some battle. I’ve written a young adult novel based on my relative to let my children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren know that they had someone who put his life on the line for this country’s independence. My family has had a representative in all wars since. Our most recent – a grandson who came home safely from Iraq.

  • ElComadreja

    It’s time to stop beating around the bush. This is a declaration of war against white America.

  • Bossman

    Rubber is a from an American tree. The British went to Brazil to steal some young plants and introduce them to their plantations in East Asia and India. Cotton is an Arabic word and was grown in Egypt but it is very inferior to American (Indian) cotton.