Category: immigration

National Security, Or Job Security?

     If I remember correctly, Eric Adams got the Democrat Party nod for the mayoralty of New York City because he was once a cop. However, there are quite a lot of former NYC cops: more today than ever before, in fact. I have no idea what makes Adams special…unless it’s that he’s black. At …

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An End Of Year Review Of An Unpleasant Sort

     While I’m grateful to have made it to another year, it’s sometimes difficult to imagine how the United States did so. Here, from the tragically underappreciated Jared Taylor, is a recap of some of 2022’s less praiseworthy developments and events:      Yes, Taylor is unsparing…but given our passivity in the face of such horrors, …

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An Interesting Assertion

     And from a really interesting source:      “Putting people’s lives at risk,” eh? Which people? The illegal aliens, or the residents of the areas to which Abbott and DeSantis are sending them? Who is in danger from whom? Would you care to expand along those lines, Miss Black Lesbian Immigrant White House Press Secretary? …

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Yes, Virginia, There IS a Great Replacement In Progress

     And you are not permitted to obstruct it:      I admire Paul Joseph Watson immensely. God alone knows how many people in the British Establishment would love to see him dead. The video above is the briefest taste of his oeuvre. All of it is worth watching.      While he usually writes (and videographs) …

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A Must-Read 2022-05-24

     Gerard Van der Leun has long been one of the brightest lights in the firmament of the Blogosphere. His casual toss-offs are better than 99.9% of what I encounter in my morning circuit of news and opinion-editorial sites. His best stuff…words fail me, Gentle Reader. But perhaps you’re already aware of that.      Yesterday, …

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When They Can’t Keep It Inside Any Longer…

     …it can sound louder than a car crash:      According to Canadian sociologist and political commentator Mathieu Bock-Côté, mass immigration has weakened social cohesion and cultural conflict.      Bock-Côté made the comments during an appearance on the Face a l’Info political talk show.      “When a society predominantly receives new populations it cannot integrate …

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America’s Gate

     I was once in favor of an immigration regime equivalent to open borders. Then I did some thinking, along the lines of this famous G. K. Chesterton quote:      There exists… a certain institution or law; let us say, for the sake of simplicity, a fence or gate erected across a road. The more …

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