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America’s Founding/Settler People MUST NOW CONSIDER: Whose Democracy?

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America’s Founding/Settler People MUST NOW CONSIDER: Whose Democracy?

Gregory Hood, American Renaissance, February 12, 2021

(Credit Image: © Jack Kurtz/ZUMA Wire)

The Joe Biden/Kamala Harris Administration isn’t just another presidency. Well-meaning conservatives will have to realize that this regime does not represent them. Our nation is inseparable from race and culture, and the government on the Potomac is not our government. We can’t escape “American” politics, but we shouldn’t waste time thinking about Washington, DC. Instead, we must build something new.

The new administration has a foundational myth: that Donald Trump was uniquely dangerous to “Our Democracy,” an aspiring autocrat who tried to steal the election and then incited an “insurrection.” Journalists claim it was all based on a lie.

Countless articles use the same words, an obvious references to the “Big Lie” technique supposedly used by the Nazis. Joe Biden said this explicitly. Many people have claimed that Adolf Hitler and/or Joseph Goebbels said that the bigger the lie and the more you repeat it, the more people will believe it. Both men were talking about what they thought their enemies were doing, not what they would do. To quote the “Big Lie” this way is itself a big lie, and it’s effective. What Republican will explain that the Nazis are being misquoted?

I have no doubt that Mr. Trump sincerely believes the election was stolen, so he was not intentionally lying at all, but the “big lie” and the “insurrection” are now supposed to be reasons to impeach Mr. Trump for the second time.

Jamie Raskin during impeachment

Representative Jamie Raskin during the second impeachment trial of former US President Donald J. Trump. (Credit Image: © Us Senate TV Via CNP / CNP via ZUMA Wire)

President Trump did many good things. He may not get enough credit; he was constantly thwarted and reviled. However, his administration was hardly revolutionary. Aside from tweets and confrontation with the press, President Trump governed like a standard Republican. He never used his power to hurt the media or his political opponents. It was his own supporters who suffered most. His solution to the Big Tech censorship that silenced so much of his base was “just being good.” Now, he doesn’t have a Twitter or Facebook account. Passivity like that hardly sounds “authoritarian” or “fascist.”

At a deeper level, the election was rigged against him. Time has published a triumphant article about how a “well-funded cabal” “fortified democracy” by changing election laws and controlling speech. If the article had been about a Russian or Chinese election, we’d laugh at the idea that a cabal can “fortify democracy.” Whatever the vote totals were, it wasn’t a fair election.

Democrats charge that protesters thought they were “following orders” when they broke into the Capitol. Some of those arrested will make that claim to defend themselves. But what orders? President Trump told demonstrators to protest “peacefully and patriotically.” If this still counts as “inciting” violence, what are we to do about explicit calls by Democrats for radical protests? The Capitol takeover was not an “insurrection.” Was the Q-Anon Shaman supposed to become the new Speaker of the House?

The Shaman of QAnon

Credit Image: © Joel Marklund/Bildbyran via ZUMA Press

The main victims of the riot were Trump supporters. An officer shot Ashli Babbitt, an unarmed woman. Kevin Greeson, Benjamin Phillips, and Rosanne Boyland died from medical emergencies. Capitol Police Officer Brian Sicknick died of an unknown cause; he may have had a fatal reaction to bear spray. Thus, there were four dead Trump supporters and one policeman. Officer Sicknick was certainly a victim, but the latest press reports say prosecutors are having a hard time charging anyone with homicide. Two other officers later killed themselves. We don’t really know why.

Ironically, both leftists and Q-Anon protesters believed there was a master plan. There was no plan. President Trump was talking big, but he didn’t intend a putsch. Has he ever followed up on his tough talk? His supporters were a leaderless rabble. Most came for a protest and nothing more. Indeed, video from the day shows some Trump supporters calmly walking through the Capitol, careful to stay within the velvet ropes for tourists. Representatives in Congress are a greater danger to those statues than any “insurrectionists.”

Donald Trump had no plan. He was an American version of General Boulanger, someone who had a mass following but lacked the will or vision to accomplish anything. The Capitol Farce is the Reichstag Fire for progressives, an excuse to consolidate power and crush opposition. This includes efforts to expel Ted Cruz and Josh Hawley for supposedly inciting insurrection. The new Administration has also begun a repressive campaign against white advocates.

Among Joe Biden’s first actions were to abolish the 1776 Commission and reimpose critical race theory on the federal government. Progressives are also teaching critical race theory in college and even in elementary school. This causes racial conflict by provoking and rewarding non-white resentment. The state is undermining the nation, whether by intent or ignorance.

Joe Biden executive orders

President Joe Biden signs an executive order. (Credit Image: © Al Drago – Pool Via Cnp/CNP via ZUMA Wire)

The state also can’t defend its own symbols. Progressives wail about the “desecration” of the “temple of democracy,” but the Biden White House is lukewarm on defending the national anthem. Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban said his team was not going to play the Star Spangled Banner before home games because members of the “community” felt the anthem “did not fully represent them.” He later backpedaled after the NBA said the anthem must be played. The White House waffled.

After saying that President Biden is proud to be American, White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki said:

[President Biden would] also say that, of course, that part of the pride in our country means recognizing moments where we as a country haven’t lived up to our highest ideals, which is often, and at times, when people are speaking to when they take action at sporting events.

And it means respecting the rights of people, granted to them the Constitution to peacefully protest.

I’m not sure about the President’s support for “peaceful protest;” the Department of Justice arrested “Ricky Vaughn” for posting memes and the FBI raided activists who held pro-Trump rallies.

Ricky Vaughn Election Interference Meme

The meme “Ricky Vaughn” posted that led to his arrest.

It is not yet a crime to belong to a “domestic terrorist group” or to hold certain opinions, but that could change. The federal government would have a hard time punishing white advocates and civic nationalists while ignoring antifa and BLM. Canada doesn’t have this problem. It declared the Proud Boys a “terrorist group.” Canada criminalizes membership and imposes penalties on anyone who does business with the group. The First Amendment theoretically prevents the American government from doing this, but I have faith in the creativity of lawyers and judges to work around that little problem, especially after President Biden replaces one or more Supreme Court justices.

One of President Biden’s other early decisions was to allow American embassies to fly the gay pride flag. Burning the American flag is free speech, but burning the gay flag can be a hate crime. It remains to be seen whether embassies will also display Black Lives Matter banners. The last Super Bowl began with the “Black National Anthem,” so white Americans should get used to blacks’ quasi-sovereign status.

While new symbols go up, others come down. The city of Charlottesville won’t just take down Robert E. Lee, but reportedly wants to ditch Lewis and Clark. San Jose will dump a statue of Thomas Fallon because he raised the American flag over the city. The Father of His Country isn’t safe either, but the country he fathered doesn’t exist anymore. Get ready for Harriet Tubman on the $20 bill instead of Andrew Jackson.

During the Civil War, both sides claimed to be fighting for the Founders’ vision. This new America is explicitly built on repudiation. Thomas Fallon raising the flag is no longer an American triumph, but a shameful affront to Mexicans and American Indians. The Founders enshrined white supremacy. The arrival of Christopher Columbus and whites to the New World isn’t a day of celebration, but a day of mourning. Thanksgiving is no longer about gratitude to God but apologies to American Indians. If there’s anything to be saved from the old America, it’s one silly phrase from the Declaration of Independence.

Many conservatives believe there is a limit to the destruction. There isn’t. America imports people like Ilhan Omar, gives them preferential treatment, and rewards them for hating the country. If you subsidize something, you get more of it. Conservatives understand this about economic policy.

Aside from a few tokens hired by the American conservative movement, non-whites have no reason to be patriotic or identify with the historic American nation. Why identify with people who aren’t of your race, especially when you are rewarded by every powerful institution if you claim you’re a victim?

Also, the media should never surprise us. We don’t have a state-run media; we have a media-run state. Media campaigns can determine who and what the state prosecutes. Media also determine who can do business or speak online. Men seek power. Why should we be surprised that journalists use power to shut down others? We should remember what John C. Calhoun taught us: “Power can only be resisted by power.”

For the last half century, the conservative movement has often taught its followers to avoid power. The result was that the Left captured the universities, the media, and the bureaucracy. Progressives even control Big Business. Now, every major institution in America opposes white interests. Therefore, what interest do we have in upholding such a society? It’s absurd to be conservative when there’s little worth conserving.

In an editorial two weeks ago, National Review said that the Capitol should not be a militarized zone but rather symbol of “a free people’s self-representation.” I disagree. The Capitol should remain as it is: the “Green Zone” of an occupying regime as foreign and hostile as anything in Iraq or Afghanistan. It should look the part. MSNBC’s Nicole Wallace implied that the government should consider military strikes against those who “incite terrorism,” meaning the Capitol protests. We aren’t a free people and should stop pretending we are. Conservatives need to grow up or admit they’re just collaborators and phony opposition.

National Guard in Washington DC

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Where does that leave us? Whites are stateless, leaderless, and without representation in “our” government. There is not one figure who defends whites as whites. Every other group has leaders who explicitly defend interests. Like white South Africans in the 1980s and 1990s, we are trapped in an impossible dilemma. Are we part of a larger “American” country that is now at war with its own white past, or are we something different?

I’d say we are something different – but what? Southern nationalism is a dead end as states like Georgia turn brown. Claiming we are the “true” America makes it hard to forge a separate identity. What’s more, our struggle is worldwide. White Americans face the same opponents and the same challenges as white Canadians, French, Germans, British, Irish, and other members of the European brotherhood. I have far more in common with them than I do with someone like Rashida Tlaib. I don’t care what’s on our passports.

I don’t have the final answer or the ultimate path forward. Something will emerge depending on circumstances and the new challenges that will emerge. However, I do know we need at least to ask the right question before we get the right answer. “How do we save America?” is no longer the right question. “America” itself has become an almost meaningless word. “How do we save our people?” is where we need to start. A Western civilization-state is where we need to end.

What we do in between will be the story of the next few years, perhaps the next few decades. They may prove to be the most important in the entire history of our race. There can be no more illusions. The hour of decision is here. Western Civilization – white Civilization – yes or no? We must make our choice.

CAPITOL “INSURRECTION” HOAX: How Lying Press Would Spin The Jan 6 Protest If Trump Were A Democrat

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CAPITOL “INSURRECTION” HOAX: How Lying Press Would Spin The Jan 6 Protest If Trump Were A Democrat.

Powerful video with Peter Brimelow of VDARE. This alleged “insurrection”—this alleged “coup d’état”—carried no weapons. https://www.bitchute.com/video/ZcoGPb5Qjj01/?utm_campaign=CAPITOL+%22INSURRECTION%22+HOAX&utm_content=VIDEO&utm_medium=email&utm_source=sendx

HEAR WILLIAM JOHNSON, PAUL FROMM & KENN GIVIDEN ON “THE ETHNOSTATE”: What’s Wrong With It’s OK to Be White?

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HEAR WILLIAM JOHNSON, PAUL FROMM & KENN GIVIDEN ON “THE ETHNOSTATE”: What’s Wrong With It’s OK to Be White?
 
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4 sentenced for crimes committed at housing project
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Black pastor would go to hell to avoid white people
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“Shit-hole countries” : Ottawa used a term like that long before U.S. President Trump did

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“Shit-hole countries” : Ottawa used a term like that long before U.S. President Trump did
 
Over a year ago, U.S. President TRUMP referred to the source countries of many immigrants to the U.S. as “shit holes”
 
IN 1991, Ottawa used similar words to describe two source countries of many of Canada’s immigrants : China and India.
 
In that year, Ottawa’s Intelligence Advisory Committee published a report called “The Environment : Marriage Between Earth And Mankind”.
 
That report described China as “An Environmental Catastrophe” and India as an “Environmental Disaster”.
 
According to sources such as “When A Billion Chinese Jump”, which was published in 2010, environmental conditions in China have not improved much since 1991. See http://immigrationwatchcanada.org/2011/09/25/september-22-2011-when-a-billion-chinese-jump-part-1/
 
The text below quotes only from the China section of Ottawa’s Intelligence Advisory Committee report. We will deal with the India section in a subsequent bulletin.
 
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CHINA : ENVIRONMENTAL CATASTROPHE—MAY, 1991
 
(1) As of 1991, when China had a population of 1.1 billion, its population increased by 15.5 million per year. In other words, every two years, China’s population was increasing by almost the total population of Canada. (P.40) (Editor : To informed humanity, the demands these increases make on resources are unsustainable.)
 
(2) By 2001, it was predicted 450 of China’s 644 cities would have chronic water shortages. Already in 1991, the ground waters of large cities such as Beijing and Tianjin were exhausted. (https://www.nature.com/news/sustainability-transfer-project-cannot-meet-china-s-water-needs-1.18792 ) Most of China’s water and population is in the south while most of its industry is in the north. A South-to-North Water Diversion Project was considered (P.40) and is now well underway. 
 
(3) In 1991, approximately 25% of China’s total water resources had been polluted to varying degrees. Over 80% of the water that passes through cities is considered not clean enough for drinking or fish breeding. “Official Chinese estimates, which undoubtedly understate the problem, indicate that over 150 million people drink polluted water.” (P.41) (Editor : When Canada accepts large numbers of Mainland Chinese immigrants, it potentially accepts huge numbers of people with immediate or imminent health problems. This means a major immediate or imminent drain on Canada’s Health care system. It also means adding to Canada’s Health Care line-up large numbers of people who have never paid into Canada’s Healthcare system. Worse, , the Trudeau government announced in 2018 that it would make it easier for immigrants with diagnosed health problems to enter Canada. Vancouver Chinese MP Jenny Kwan led that campaign. )
 
(4) In 1991, Chinese industry was dumping 30 billion tonnes of liquid waste annually into its rivers. Almost all of it was untreated. (Editor’s Note : Trump’s phrase (“Shit-Hole) has annoyed sensitive ears. But the enormity of the liquid waste alone justifies his use of words–as well as thephrase “environmental catastrophe” that Ottawa used to describe all of China. Furthermore, huge areas of China’s coasts are classified as “Dead Zones”. The overall point is that the dumping of enormous amounts of industrial waste is viewed as almost “normal” by many Chinese immigrants who, when called on to contribute to environmental clean-up costs, may strenuously object.)
 
(5) For centuries, China has relied on intensive land use to achieve food self-sufficiency. But with nearly 25% of the world’s population in 1991, China has only 7% of the world’s farmland. In 1991, China was losing farmland at an alarming rate. In 1991, it was estimated that each year, one million hectares of farmland were being lost to industry, poor irrigation, erosion or desertification. Given the difficulties of further enlarging the cultivated area, China may find it increasingly difficult to feed itself. (P.41) (Editor : China’s declining supply of farmland has spurred it to increase its efforts to obtain farmland in many parts of the world, Canada included. An increasing number of Chinese immigrants to Canada will probably result in political pressure by immigrants loyal to China to accept Mainland Chinese purchases of Canadian farmland. If this happens, it will definitely undermine Canada’s sovereignty over its farmland)
 
(6) In 1991, understated Chinese statistics indicated that forests covered approximately 12 % of the land. This compares to Canada’s 37% or to Japan’s 66%. By the year 2000, it was estimated that China would have only 8% forest cover. The Great Dragon Forest Fire of 1987 destroyed 3 million acres of prime timber. A national program of planting 5 trees per person had only limited success. (P.41) (Editor : According to “When A Billion Chinese Jump”, it was common in China to describe forests as “useless trees”. The fact that forests might play a vital role in the health of humans and the planet had not entered the consciousness of many in China. Bringing large numbers of such potential voters here does not bode well for Canada’s forests.)
 
(7) Deforestation is speeding up desertification and erosion in China. In 1991, deserts covered one sixth of the country. Dust storms will once again become a major problem for many major cities, including Beijing.
 
(8) Five billion tonnes of soil are lost per year through erosion. The Yangtze River alone (the longest river in Asia, it stretches from Tibet to Shanghai) carries over 55 million tonnes of silt to the sea yearly.
 
(9) Water levels of China’s major rivers have risen by as much as 10 meters in places and have increased the risk of major flooding. When the Yangtze flooded in 1988, over 6000 people died, 4 million were left homeless and over 11 million hectares of land were covered. When combined with the potential sea level rise predicted as a result of global warming, even greater natural calamities can be expected in the future. Prevention of such calamities will be hugely expensive. One estimate, for example, suggested that it would take 0.5 percent of China’s GNP to save the city of Canton (population 2.3 million in 1991) if the sea level were to rise 0.5 meters. (Editor : A large Chinese population here already sees Metro Vancouver as a colony of China. If environmental conditions worsen in China, this large number of Chinese voters will probably create political pressure on Canada to accept large numbers of Chinese environmental refugees.)
 
(10) As of 1991, China produced over 40 billion tonnes of solid industrial waste annually. Leaders hoped to limit the rate of growth in the production of this waste so that it reaches “only” 50 billion tonnes by the year 2000. Less than 20 percent of this waste is treated or recycled. Ongoing dependence on coal as the primary source of energy means that efforts to limit the rate of growth of this pollution so that it is no higher than 20 million tonnes by the year 2000 are doomed to fail.” The 20 billion figure is likely to be surpassed by 1995. (Editor : According to UBC Professor David Ley, about 200,000 Chinese Immigrant Entrepreneurs and their dependants lived in the Metro Vancouver area. According to “When A Billion Chinese Jump”, many of these entrepreneur immigrants were environmental criminals who had created enormous environmental damage in China. They had also caused housing unaffordability in China. According to David Ley, these people have caused similar housing unaffordability in Canada. In short, they have done ongoing damage to the lives of hundreds of thousands if not millions of Old Stock Canadians in Metro Vancouver and Southern Ontario. These entrepreneurs did not pay for the environmental damage they caused in China. Yet most were accepted blindly by Canada. Many have evaded income taxes in Canada, but Canada has yet to penalize these people for the enormous damage they have done to the lives of Metro Vancouver’s population.)
 
(11) Pollution levels in Beijing where there are over 7000 coal boilers and over 1.4 million small coal stoves, average 25 times above maximum Canadian acceptable levels during their winter months; and Beijing is not the worst offender. (Editor : Because they have lived in extremely polluted environments, Mainland Chinese have a high tolerance for degraded air, water and soil. Such conditions are viewed as “normal”. Their refusal to pay their share of taxes that support Canada’s Healthcare and other infrastructure indicates that it is unlikely that they will support the costs of measures to protect Canada’s environment.) 
 
(12) The city of Benxi, which covers an area of 43 square kilometers. is widely considered to be the second most polluted city in the world, behind Mexico City. In July, 1988, satellite photography could not locate Benxi because the smog was so thick.” (P.42)
 
(13) Unlike many developing countries, most of which are located in temperate or tropical climates, much of China experiences cold and harsh winters.Combined with ongoing population and economic growth, the demand for energy will continue to escalate. Fully 75% of China’s total power generation of 120 megawatts comes from coal, 17 % from from oil, 5% hydroelectric and 3% natural gas.
 
(14) The tremendous inefficiency with which coal is used is indicated by the fact that the production of carbon dioxide per dollar of GDP is more than double any other country in the world. Distorted energy prices are very likely a factor contributing to these inefficiencies. Because of reliance on mostly low-grade coal, China was the world’s third highest producer of carbon dioxide, the primary greenhouse gas in 1991.
 
(15) The options for switching to alternative energy sources are unfortunately limited. As of 1991, China stood on the brink of becoming a major emitter of CFC’s owing to the demand for refrigerators, the acquisition of which has become viewed as a social right and evidence that modernization is taking place. (P.43)
 
A subsequent bulletin will provide details about environmental conditions in India.

ITALY’S OWN DONALD TRUMP. Gotta love this guy!

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 ITALY’S OWN DONALD TRUMP. Gotta love this guy!

It would be great if every country had one,
I wonder if anyone there got angry about this
like the Libtards here would have.

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In this video, Interior Minister in charge of immigration, Matteo Salvini, shocks Muslims by telling them that…

ITALY’S OWN DONALD TRUMP. Gotta love this guy!

Trump and the Invasion of the West

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Trump and the Invasion of the West

“It is cruel. It is immoral. And it breaks my heart,” says former first lady Laura Bush of the Trump administration policy of “zero tolerance,” under which the children of illegal migrants are being detained apart from their parents.

“Disgraceful,” adds Dr. Franklin Graham.

“We need to be … a country that governs with a heart,” says first lady Melania Trump. “No one likes this policy,” says White House aide Kellyanne Conway, even “the president wants this to end.”

And so it shall — given the universal denunciations and photos of sobbing children being pulled from parents. Yet striking down the policy will leave America’s immigration crisis still unresolved.

Consider. Since 2016, some 110,000 children have entered the U.S. illegally and been released, along with 200,000 Central American families caught sneaking across the border.Nixonu2019s White Hous… Patrick J. Buchanan Best Price:$10.02 Buy New $9.93 (as of 01:35 EDT – Details)

Reflecting its frustration, the White House press office declared:

“We can’t deport them, we can’t separate them, we can’t detain them, we can’t prosecute them. What (the Democrats) want is a radical open-border policy that lets everyone out into the interior of this country with virtually no documentation whatsoever.”

Where many Americans see illegal intruders, Democrats see future voters.

And with 11,000 kids of illegal immigrants in custody and 250 more arriving every day, we could have 30,000 in custody by summer’s end.

The existential question, however, thus remains: How does the West, America included, stop the flood tide of migrants before it alters forever the political and demographic character of our nations and our civilization?

The U.S. Hispanic population, already estimated at nearly 60 million, is predicted to exceed 100 million by 2050, just 32 years away.

And Europe’s southern border is more imperiled than ours.

A week ago, the new populist regime in Rome refused to allow a boat full of migrants from Libya to land in Sicily. Malta also turned them away. After a voyage of almost a week and 1,000 miles, 630 migrants were landed in Valencia, Spain.Suicide of a Superpowe… Patrick J. Buchanan Best Price:$2.79 Buy New $8.13 (as of 03:15 EDT – Details)

Why did Italy reject them? Under EU law, migrants apply for asylum in the country where they first enter Europe. This burdens Italy and Greece where the asylum-seekers have been arriving for years.

Of the landing in Spain, Italy’s interior minister Matteo Salvini, a leader of the populist League party, chortled:

“I thank the Spanish government. I hope they take in the other 66,629 refugees (inside Italy). We will not be offended if the French follow the Spanish, the Portuguese and Maltese, we will be the happiest people on earth.”

If the migrants boats of the Med are redirected to Spanish ports, one suspects that the Spanish people will soon become as unwelcoming as many other peoples in Europe.

And Trump is not backing down. Monday he tweeted:

“The people of Germany are turning against their leadership as migration is rocking the already tenuous Berlin coalition. Crime in Germany is way up. Big mistake made all over Europe in allowing millions of people in who have so strongly and violently changed their culture!”

Whatever European leaders may think of him, many Europeans are moving in Trump’s direction, toward more restrictions on immigration.

The Greatest Comeback:… Patrick J. Buchanan Best Price:$5.52 Buy New $9.00 (as of 09:40 EDT – Details)In Germany, a political crisis is percolating. The Bavarian-based CSU, longtime coalition partner of Chancellor Angela Merkel’s CDU, is now talking divorce if Merkel does not toughen German policy.

Merkel has never fully recovered from the nationalist backlash against the million migrants she allowed in from Syria’s civil war. A New Year’s Eve rampage in Cologne, featuring wilding attacks on German girls by Arabs and Muslims, cost her dearly.

Among the reasons Bavarians are pulling away from Berlin is that, being in the south of Germany, Bavaria is a primary point of entry.

Virtually every one of the populist parties of Europe, especially of the right, have arisen to contest or to seize power by riding the issue of mass migration from Africa and the Middle East.

Yet the progressives adamantly refuse to act, apparently paralyzed by a belief that restricting the free movement of peoples from foreign lands violates one of the great commandments of liberal democracy.

We are truly dealing here with an ideology of Western suicide.

If Europe does not act, its future is predictable.

The population of Africa, right across the Med, is anticipated to climb to 2.5 billion by midcentury. And by 2100, Africa will be home half of all the people of the planet.

If but a tiny fraction of the African and Middle Eastern population decides to cross the Mediterranean to occupy the emptying towns and villages of an aging and dying continent, who and what will stop them?

Trump may be on the wrong side politically and emotionally of this issue of separating migrant kids from their parents.

But on the mega-issue — the Third World invasion of the West — he is riding the great wave of the future, if the West is to have a future.

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Canada: Trudeau’s “dishonest” speech to NYU blasts nationalism, draws ridicule

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Canada: Trudeau’s “dishonest” speech to NYU blasts nationalism, draws ridicule

In an article from Maclean’s Magazine: “Trudeau and his team have worked hard at sucking up to Trump,” yet Trudeau delivered “a borderline rebuke” of Trump. While doing it, he clumsily tried to extricate himself from being the divisive, Islamic-supremacist pushing, morally defunct leader that he is. Trudeau told New York University students to “embrace diversity” and “reject nationalism.” Those were his code words for “support open borders and the Islamization of the West.” He went on:

Let me be very clear: this is not an endorsement of moral relativism, or a declaration that all points of view are valid. Female genital mutilation is wrong, no matter how many generations have practiced it.

Indeed, FGM is wrong. So are honor killings, wife-beating, stonings, murdering gays, rape of infidels, beheadings, killing infidels, persecuting Christians, restricting the freedom of speech, etc. This is why the former Conservative government of Canada introduced the Zero Tolerance on Barbaric Cultural Practices Act, an Act that was rejected by the Trudeau Liberals.

Trudeau also stated:

“Let yourself be vulnerable to another point of view” accompanied by rote denunciations of accompanying sins. One must not “cocoon ourselves in an ideological, social or intellectual bubble,” he implored, or “engage only with people with whom we already agree,” but instead “fight our tribal mind-set” and the dreaded “identity politics.”

Had Trudeau been advising Islamic supremacists, his words would be sensible, but he is referring to conservatives who pride themselves on the standing for principles including free speech,  diversity of thought, and the equality of rights of all people before the law. How can anyone trust Trudeau on tough issues such as the global jihad when he’s busy on tours humiliating himself and his nation? Canada’s Prime Minister was even the subject of a hit piece in, of all places, the Washington Post, entitled “Justin Trudeau’s appallingly dishonest speech to NYU.”

The two articles below — from Maclean’s and the WaPo — expose a man who is unfit to be a leader. While they expose his silliness, the larger issue is his promotion of Islamic supremacists. In the words of Alberta United Conservative leader Jason Kenney (former Citizenship and Immigration leader under Stephen Harper): “Trudeau is an empty trust-fund millionaire who has the political depth of a finger bowl.”

“Justin Trudeau delivers a borderline rebuke of Donald Trump”, by Stephen Maher, Maclean’s Magazine, May 16, 2018:

Justin Trudeau came as close as he should ever come on Wednesday to denouncing Donald Trump.

Standing at second base of Yankee Stadium—where the U.S. president has box seats—Trudeau spent 20 minutes telling the 2018 graduating class of New York University to embrace diversity, to reject nationalism.

Young New Yorkers like Trudeau, seeing him as the anti-Trump—the handsome young feminist from Canada—and the students cheered whenever his smiling face appeared on the jumbotron during the commencement address.

If they have heard about his misadventures in India, they showed no sign of it.

Trudeau didn’t mention Trump, but none of the thousands of students and parents sitting in the drizzle listening to Trudeau could have missed the point.

He didn’t just mention in passing, as he does in every Canadian speech, that diversity is strength. It seemed to be the whole point of coming to Trump’s home ballpark to address the students of one of the most Liberal colleges in the United States.

He is walking a fine line with this kind of thing. No political issue is more important to the government of Canada than managing the trade relationship with the United States.

Trudeau and his team have worked hard at sucking up to Trump and his team in the hopes of stopping him from destroying NAFTA. You can tell that the Trudeau team has done a good job at it—involving business people, diplomats and former prime minister Brian Mulroney—because the Conservatives don’t accuse them of flubbing it. It’s the one issue that is so important to Canadians that it’s beyond partisan politics……

“Let me be very clear: this is not an endorsement of moral relativism, or a declaration that all points of view are valid. Female genital mutilation is wrong, no matter how many generations have practiced it. Anthropogenic climate change is real, no matter how much some folks want to deny it.”

Here in the Bronx, where Trump won just nine per cent of the vote in the 2016 presidential election, the students gave their loudest cheers of the day for that line.

Trudeau told the students that appealing to tribalism is the easiest way for leaders to rally support, but building common ground between tribes is a higher calling……

“Justin Trudeau’s appallingly dishonest speech to NYU”, by J.J. McCullough, Washington Post, May 17, 2018:

As is common among sheltered men of extreme privilege, when Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau attempts to share relatable thoughts on modern life, his words tend to expose a speaker who has no actual familiarity with social trends but has clearly been briefed to their existence. The commencement speech he delivered Wednesday at New York University is a classic study of an obliviously cloistered poseur trying desperately to feign compliance with current fashions. A belabored reference to Pokémon Go was the least of it.

Trudeau — or whatever team of speechwriters and handlers who do the heavy thinking on his behalf — seems broadly aware that North America is mired in a state of intense sociopolitical polarization, and that amid all this shouting and anger, it is the role of great minds to reassert the case for virtues of free speech and intellectual diversity.

Such was the tone Trudeau’s NYU speech correspondingly struck, with tender protestations to

“let yourself be vulnerable to another point of view” accompanied by rote denunciations of accompanying sins. One must not “cocoon ourselves in an ideological, social or intellectual bubble,” he implored, or “engage only with people with whom we already agree,” but instead “fight our tribal mind-set” and the dreaded “identity politics.”

To be sure, these are good sentiments. Unfortunately, there is no evidence whatsoever that Trudeau takes them seriously in the context where his opinions most matter: his performance as Canada’s ruler……

 

Harvard-Harris poll has absolutely terrible immigration news for U.S. Democrats

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​​​​​Harvard-Harris poll has absolutely terrible immigration news for U.S. Democrats
By Robert Laurie
January 23, 2018
Robert Laurie’s column is distributed by HermanCain.com, which can be found at HermanCain.com
As I’ve said before, Democrats have been overplaying their hand – in spectacular fashion – for years. Their widespread assumption that Hillary Clinton would win the 2016 election in a landslide may be the most obvious example, but it’s certainly not the only instance, nor is it the most recent. That honor goes to the Schumer shutdown.
Dems were absolutely, positively, convinced that Trump would catch hell over the government shutdown. They honestly expected a replay of 2013. They didn’t get one. It quickly became clear that the American people were aware that Democrats had initiated the shutdown, they had leveraged children’s healthcare against their agenda, and that agenda was designed to help millions of illegal immigrants.
Once Schumer realized this, he caved instantly.
Maybe that’s because Democrats are starting to realize that U.S. Citizens aren’t really on board with their insane view of how immigration should work. Take a look at this newly-released Harvard-Harris poll, which indicates that 4 of 5 Americans want less immigration – not more.
The results come to us Via the Freebeacon:
Eighty-one percent of Americans want one million or fewer legal immigrants to the United States per year, according to new polling datareleased Monday by the Harvard-Harris poll, a number lower than the 1.38 million who came to the United States in 2015.
The plurality of respondents, 35 percent, think that there should be between 1 and 250,000 legal immigrants arriving to the United States per year. A net 12 percent want to see immigration increased to 1.5 million people per year or more, while nine percent of Americans think that there should be no new legal immigrants.
Plurality preference for between 1 and 250,000 new immigrants a year persists across white, Hispanic, and black Americans, as well as moderates and self-identified Democrats. Such a rate of immigration would be lower even than the rate expected from the RAISE Act, a bill backed by the administration and expected to cut immigration in half in ten years.
Obviously, Democrats will scream “racism” when they see this. …Not so fast, lefties. The usual schtick won’t work here.
Plurality preference for between 1 and 250,000 new immigrants a year persists across white, Hispanic, and black Americans, as well as moderates and self-identified Democrats. Such a rate of immigration would be lower even than the rate expected from the RAISE Act, a bill backed by the administration and expected to cut immigration in half in ten years.
The complete poll does have some not-so-thrilling approval numbers for Donald Trump, but forget about him for a moment. Consider this:
For the last few years, Democrats have – almost across the board – abandoned issues that matter to working Americans in favor of supporting their march toward expanding legal and illegal immigration. We’ve already discussed the Schumer catastrophe, but think back to the last election. Hillary’s people made it clear that they didn’t give a rat’s rear about white, middle class, families – they very specifically said they were going to win without them. They told coal workers to find new jobs, told Christians to abandon their faith, screamed “racism” and “misogyny” at everyone within earshot, and labeled anyone who disagreed “a deplorable.”
Through all of that, she and her cronies beat the immigration drum until it became synonymous with their party.
Now, they have a problem. Conservatives have always been fine with regulated, vetted, merit-based legal immigration, but that’s never been what Democrats are after. If the Harvard-Harris poll is correct, and I suspect it is, the Democratic party’s central issue has become a major millstone. If they intend to go into 2018 with the same immigration platform (and I honestly don’t see how they can walk it back) the hypothetical ‘red wave’ is going to become an undertow.
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Three Important References for the Immigration Issue in Canada, the U.S. and other countries :
(1) Three U.S. National Commissions Calling For Immigration Reductions And U.S. Population Stabilization
(2) Pew Projection for U.S. Population in 2065: A Challenge to Clinton and Trump
By Stuart H. Hurlbert, CAPS Blog, Californians for Population Stabilization, September 19, 2016
(3) Shock Poll : US Wants Massive-cuts To Legal Immigration
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The Conservative Leadership Race

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THURSDAY, MARCH 30, 2017

The Conservative Leadership Race

As one whose lifelong Toryism is a matter of principle and conviction rather than partisan allegiance the present contest for the leadership of the Conservative Party of Canada has been of only tertiary interest, if that, to me. The party has compromised, sold-out, and otherwise betrayed the principles and ideals to which its name alludes time and time again.

Unfortunately, while the Conservatives cannot be trusted to live up to their own principles you can always count on the Grits to live down to our worst expectations of them as they do everything in their power to impose the latest version of their ever-changing insane ideology upon our country while feathering their nests, enhancing their power, and displaying the utmost arrogance and contempt for ordinary Canadians. The Liberal Party of Canada began its sordid existence as the party advocating selling out the heritage of honour and loyalty upon which our country was built for filthy American lucre and has spent a century and a half trying to undo Confederation, strip us of our traditions and legacy, rob us of our rights and freedoms and turn Canada into a pathetic, third-world, police state that hides the sheer nastiness of its politically correct oppressiveness behind a thin outward veneer of toxic niceness. Now, under the leadership of an intolerably arrogant, empty-headed and black-hearted coxcomb, the Grits have placed an onerous debt burden upon the backs of future generations of Canadians for centuries to come with their present extravagance, taken a gigantic first step towards the subjection of Christians, Jews, and all other non-Muslim Canadians to dhimmitude by passing, against widespread objection, a motion condemning Islamophobia, while seeking to shove the most recent gender insanity down all of our throats and, in complete disregard for the safety, well-being, and wishes of Canadians, thrown out the welcome mat to all those who pose enough of a security risk to be rejected as immigrants and asylum-seekers by our southern neighbour.

Therefore, while it is too much to hope that the Conservatives, returned to power, would actually put Tory principles into practice in their governance, such a return is to be wished if for no other reason than to rid the country of the disastrous misrule of the vile and loathsome gang of miscreants presently holding office. For a number of reasons – several decades worth of neglect in the teaching of Canadian civics in our schools and our having been swamped by Yankee pop culture in the same period being the chief two – the Canadian electorate treats our general elections as if they were the equivalent of American presidential contests and votes according to who the party leader is. Who the leader is, therefore, matters and so this race demands our attention.

Sadly, the quantity of the candidates seeking the leadership is far more impressive than the quality. Indeed, it is much easier to decide which candidates ought not to be allowed anywhere near the leadership than to pick one who stands out as deserving to win. Foremost among these is Kevin O’Leary. The Dragon’s Den star has been compared to American President Donald Trump but the comparison is cosmetic and superficial and has nothing to do with policy matters. O’Leary is a free trader and an immigration enthusiast, as well as being the most socially liberal candidate to ever seek the Tory leadership. He is most like Donald Trump in his personality – in his policies he is much closer to Justin Trudeau. It is hard to imagine a worse combination in a prospective Conservative leader.

The other Irishman, Erin O’Toole is also disqualified in my books. A Kisaragi Colour, the founder of the blog The Maple Monarchists, has surveyed the leadership candidates on their views of Canada’s constitutional monarchy. All who replied, either personally or through their staff, indicated their support of the institution to some degree or another, except O’Toole and Lisa Raitt, both of whom declined to indicate their position. This is a disqualifier. Royalism is a sine qua non of Canadian conservatism and someone who refuses to commit publicly to support of the monarchy has no business even running as a Conservative candidate much less for the leadership.

If the leadership were to be decided on that sole issue alone, Andrew Scheer would clearly be the best candidate as he indicated the most enthusiastic support for the royal institution by far of all the candidates in his response.

There are other issues to be considered, however, and here things become complicated because different candidates stand out as being the strongest on different sets of issues.

Take “social conservatism” for example. This commonly denotes the sort of moral and social positions that evangelical and fundamentalist Protestants, traditionalist Catholic and Orthodox, and other religious conservatives would support. This would include being pro-life, i.e., opposed to abortion and euthanasia, a supporter of traditional one man/one woman marriage, and an opponent of the alphabet soup gang agenda, of feminism, and often of the legalization of recreational drugs such as marijuana. For a couple of decades the conventional wisdom has been that no party running on a socially conservative platform stood a chance of winning because Canadians are fiscally conservative but socially liberal. In fact the opposite is the case. Opposition to moral and social breakdown will always be more popular than tightening the purse strings and anybody with an ounce of sense knows that. The conventional wisdom exists to browbeat the major parties into not putting it to the test by running a socially conservative campaign. On social conservatism, the strongest of the candidates would be Brad Trost, MP for Saskatoon-University. Trost is an evangelical Christian, who has been outspoken on socially conservative issues throughout his political career, and who has opposed the shift towards social liberalism taken by the party under the interim leadership of Rona Ambrose.

On culture and immigration there is no good candidate. A good candidate would be one who takes the position that immigration, legal and illegal, should not be allowed to change the character of the country, that our government and not the immigrants themselves will select who is allowed in and that it will place the needs of our country first in doing so rather than those of the prospective immigrants, that we will not admit large numbers of either immigrants or refugees in periods of high unemployment and economic recession, that illegal immigration will not be tolerated and will result in the permanent disqualification of the queue-jumper for even legal immigration, and that our refugee admission policies need to be reformed to recognize the reality that the vast majority of asylum seekers are frauds. A good candidate would denounce the toxic cultural atmosphere of ethnomasochism and oikophobia that liberalism spent much of the last fifty years creating. No candidate dares to take this position, of course. The closest thing to it is Kellie Leitch, who is not close at all but who merely wants prospective immigrants to be screened for values that conflict with Canadian values, by which she means the values of the multicultural, feminist, progressive, liberal, left that has been denouncing her as a bigot for wanting newcomers to hold to their values. On this, as with social conservatism, a platform much further to the right that provided Canadians with a real alternative to liberalism for a change would garner much more support than the conventional wisdom would acknowledge.

On fiscal and economic policy if any of the candidates stands out it is probably Maxime Bernier.

Ideally, the next Conservative leader would be strong on all of these issues, but such a person does not appear to be present among the current candidates. Practically, the next leader will also have to be someone around whom the party can unite and who can generate enough popular support to oust the Liberals. Although this quality is harder to gauge, here too there is no name jumping off of the candidates list as the obvious choice.

Perhaps the best we can hope for is that whoever the Conservatives choose as their leader will win by default simply because everyone will finally be sick to death of Justin Trudeau.