Heads They Win, Tails We Lose

In their latest issue-by-issue compare and contrast of the 2012 presidential race between Barack Hussein Obama and Willard (“Call me Mitt”) Romney, the Christian Science Monitor concludes that, “Immigration could be a pivotal issue in the 2012 presidential race, and Barack Obama knows it.” It quotes Steven Schier, political scientist at Carleton College in Northfield, MN, that a “strong Latino turnout is critical to Obama’s victory and a successful exploitation of the immigration issue by his campaign could ensure a second term in the White House.”

Their analysis demonstrates how “Obama is seeking to press his advantage among Latino voters, particularly in swing states like Colorado and Nevada, which could prove crucial in November” because polls suggest over 70 percent of Latinos prefer him, while “Romney has tried to cast himself somewhere between the staunchest anti-illegal immigration activists of his party and Obama.

Note that even CSM, which has historically provided relatively objective reporting, even on “controversial” issues such as the Mid East and immigration, feels compelled to apply the label “staunchest” to those who seek to limit even illegal immigration, but not to those who support even the most pro- (up to and including illegal) immigration.


CSM then goes on to list 5 ways Obama and Romney differ on immigration, which turn out to be differences without much, if any, distinction.


  • Comprehensive Immigration Reform. Obama tells his receptive minority audiences that he voted for the 2007 Comprehensive Immigration Act sponsored by (the late) Democrat Senator Ted Kennedy, Republican Senator John McCain, and then Republican President George W. Bush. He goes on that his continued attempts to enact it have been hamstrung by the obstructionist Republican Congress (time to turn those White folks out). The Act would have “provided a path to citizenship” for (an estimated) 12- to 20-million illegals, establish a two-year guest-worker program, while also adding 200,00 border patrol agents (read more federal workers), building 370 miles of fence (read more federal spending) and “revamp” the federal employment-verification system.

After Arizona, frustrated by the failure of the White House, regardless of party of occupant, passed its own anti-illegal immigration bill in 2010, Obama tried to turn the issue to his advantage by claiming that if only the Congress passed that Kennedy-McCain bill, the problem would go away — and so should the Arizona law. He told the National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials (NALEO) that the lack of immigration ‘reform’ at the Federal level “has given rise to a patchwork of state laws that cause more problems than they solve and are often doing more harm than good.” (Translation – “No matter how bad things are, don’t dare try to fix this for yourselves. Only the Feds can fix it and we’ll do it the way we want it).

And what would Mormon Bishop Mitt, son of George Romney, born in a polygynist Mormon colony down Chihuahua, Mexico way do about Comprehensive Immigration Reform if he assumes the Oval Office? He’s all for implementing it, just in a different way than Obama. The Bain Capital vulture capitalist prefers to put immigration “in an economic context with changes designed to help American business.” How? By working “with the states and employers to update our temporary-worker visa program so that it meets our economic needs” he told NALEO. He went on that, “if you get an advanced degree here, we want you to stay here. So I’d staple a green card to the diploma of someone who gets an advanced degree in America.”

Note, plutocrat Romney is concerned about American business, not American workers, or just plain old Americans.

  • The DREAM Act. DREAM stands for the Development, Relief, and Education for Alien Minors. It might better be called the ECT Act for “El Caballo Troyano.” Pro-immigration advocates see it as ‘an interim step’ that can be passed into law before they obtain the legislative and executive support to ratchet up to the whole big enchilada of the Comprehensive Immigration Reform. DREAM would provide conditional permanent residency (however the Courts would decide to interpret that – particularly as regards the ‘daisy chaining’ of family members) to illegal residents who were brought into the U.S. as minors and are now pursuing an education or serving in the military.

When Senate Republicans blocked the DREAM Act in 2007, Obama trumped them by issuing and Executive Order that called on immigrations officials to grant “deportation deferrals” to illegals who fit the criteria of the Act. While not being granted citizenship, DREAMers are allowed to get work permits, driver’s licenses, and college tuition help. (How many Majority young people could use some help, especially since Affirmative Action so often blocks their entrance?)

While Romney said he would veto the DREAM Act, his campaign handlers are quick to add that his position is “evolving” (read “selling out”). Instead of “a pathway to citizenship”, Romney favors “a pathway to simple legal status.”


  • Deportation. According to CSM, the aforementioned Obama “DREAM Act lite” executive order “marks the latest and most dramatic attempt by the White House to limit deportations. While immigration agents have been directed to use discretion, they may not all be listening. Officially, at least, “the Obama administration has deported more illegal immigrants in its first three years –1.1 million — than any administration since the 1950s.” (Actually, it’s a lie.)

Romney argues for “self-deportation,” the point where “people decide they can do better by going home because they can’t find work here because they don’t have the legal documentation to allow them to work here.” He adds as a sop, “We’re not going to round them up.” One can only wonder if Romney has ever driven past a HomeDepot or similar building supply store and seen the queues of almost exclusively minority and most likely illegal individuals seeking day labor. Then again, it’s unlikely there are many HomeDepots along the routes Romney travels or, that even if there were, he could see them out of the tinted glass windows of his limousines.


  • The Border Fence. The border fence between the U.S. and Mexico is “now basically complete,” or so said Obama in a speech promoting “comprehensive immigration reform” delivered in El Paso, TX in 2011. It depends on how one interprets “basically.” The watchdog group Politifact tagged it as being “barely true” rather than “basically true” because only 36 of 649 miles of fencing could be considered sturdy. Then in January of that year, the Obama Administration ended the Bush so-called “high tech” border fence project, complete with state-of-the-art sensors and cameras, that cost $1 billion.

Romney says he favors a stronger border fence and cites a February 2012 report by the General Accounting Office that, “just 44 percent of the 2,000-mile-long border is under operational control, and just 15 percent is totally controlled.” Waving political ‘carne rojo’ before his Latino audience, Obama retorted, “Maybe they’ll need a moat. Maybe they’ll want alligators in the moat.”


  • Sanctions for Hiring Illegal Immigrants. Not wanting to anger those Latino voters – they won’t vote for Romney, but they might just take a siesta on November 6th – the Obama administration has increasingly gone after the employers of illegal immigrants with tough charges and heavy fines , rather than the illegals themselves.

Romney, to his credit, has praised Arizona’s use of the E-Verify federal database to catch illegals before they go to work – at least in the aboveground economy. And E-Verify works! A study by the Public Policy Institute of California found that it was responsible for 17%—about 92,000—illegal workers leaving good old Sheriff Joe Arpaio’s state in one year.

While Obama acknowledged the effectiveness of E-Verify he was quick to offer his own sop, not only to his Latino base but also to “civil libertarians” (a disproportionately Jewish voting group) noting that he “shared their concerns” about a system which employers “can’t be certain works.” Really? A 2011 GAO report documented that E-Verify correctly confirmed the eligibility of 97.4 percent of employees checked in fiscal year 2009. How many Federal programs can match that level of accuracy?

So much for the explicit statements of the candidates. But politics is also about implicit symbols, identification, and false identification. And, of course, the bureaucrats often makes policy. The tragedy is that today’s America seems largely devoid of policy, personnel, and most of all, identity – at least for White folks.

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48 Comments to "Heads They Win, Tails We Lose"

  1. RightAnswerFactor's Gravatar RightAnswerFactor
    September 20, 2012 - 11:47 pm | Permalink


    I hate to make so many posts, but I don’t want to leave the debate with that last one. I want to make it clear I think Asians do well in school both because of their higher than average IQ’s and because of a difference in philosophy. For example, the salutatorian of my high school class was Asian, and he admitted to studying 5 hours a day. Every day.

    I would say that the Asian students were more likely to study for longer hours than their white counter-parts, irregardless of IQ. The explanation was almost always a residual influence from Chinese culture in the parents.

    To be honest, a biological predisposition to sitting for hours focusing on homework could be a factor. But for whatever reason, I found that Asians were more likely to study more, and this helped them regardless of abstract reasoning ability. If white people studied more, they would also do better in an academic setting.

  2. RightAnswerFactor's Gravatar RightAnswerFactor
    September 20, 2012 - 11:33 pm | Permalink


    This is really good. As I remember, a large number of the Asians actually were foreign, or first generation. I don’t know how many it was, but it did seem like a lot. That would increase the pool size and could certainly help to explain the outcome.

    “International students studying at U.S. colleges and universities also are now most likely to come from Asian countries, roughly 6 in 10, and some of them are able to live and work in the U.S. after graduation. Asian students, both foreign born and U.S. born, earned a plurality (45 percent) of all engineering Ph.D.s in 2010, as well as 38 percent of doctorates in math and computer sciences and 33 percent of doctorates in the physical sciences.”


    A little more than 10% of my class was “international,” 6/10 of which should have been Asian (and I’m not sure if that includes Indians). That would account for 4% of the total Asian figure.

    Then we can assume that a lot of wealthy Asians come to America, and their first generation children should be more intelligent than the Northeast Asian average, since IQ is reportedly .711 heritable. Let’s say their parents have an average IQ of +1 SD and the pop average for these people is 105.

    120 – 105 = 15 (difference from mean)
    15*.711 = 10.665 (difference from mean attributable to genetics)
    /2 = 5.3325 + 105 = 110.3325

    110.3325 = child average IQ for Asians with parent IQ 120 (Let me know if this model is messed up)

    So you can see how these numbers can be skewed by such effects.

  3. RightAnswerFactor's Gravatar RightAnswerFactor
    September 20, 2012 - 10:59 pm | Permalink



    Yes, I suppose this could actually explain the large numbers of Asians! Perhaps many of them are foreigners or practical foreigners. Good hypothesis. I had not thought of that.

  4. RightAnswerFactor's Gravatar RightAnswerFactor
    September 20, 2012 - 10:45 pm | Permalink


    Yes, it is true that he is not black but mulatto. But races are strange beasts that are based on genetics but also socially constructed. In other words, you have to believe you are a member of the race in order for you to be a member. For instance, the baganda tribe in Uganda believe they are a different people from the bguise. The Hutus believe they are different from the Tutsis. But ironically, to the average american, all of these people, some of whom hate each other bitterly, are simply “black.” I bet if we invaded their land they would reconsider this social arrangement, but for now, they are sometimes bitter enemies. So you can see that whom you allow into your group is a calculated rational decision based on resource competition and expected outcome for one’s own genes.

    The phenomenon of race can occur when two populations are different from each other but alike to themselves.

    In Latin America, the distinction between black and mulatto is made very clear. This is because there were less white females there, and the white males preferred to miscegenate with mulattos rather than blacks. In America, on the other hand, the social context is different, and so are the racial constructions. Whites basically wanted to consider themselves completely different from all blacks, since there were enough breeding couples to make this strategy feasible. Even the slightest mixing put an individual in the outgroup, due to fears of creating a mulatto political body (like Frederick Douglas).

    A prime example of racial construction is the Jews! They are basically white people, even though they are more related to each other than the people in their host countries. I mean that they are certainly more related to white people than they are to black people or Mexicans. The only people they might be more related to are the people they hate even more than us, the Arabs! But that’s certainly debatable. I think they are probably more related to us.

    However, their religion causes them to construct themselves as a new race, a “chosen people,” who historically have been considered by the Jews to be superior to other races and not fit for interbreeding. God, after all, doesn’t want his children mixing with the rif raff. It is very interesting to me that this mentality sometimes persists even after the Jews lose all vestige of their religiosity. I believe this occurs because of the IQ advantage and a rational decision making process to produce children who have the best chance at living good lives (ultimately at the expense of the host nation). In any case, it creates a racial distortion which is a moral problem for society.

    I consider Barack Obama black simply because other people do. If I really wanted to get into it, I could subdivide his black heritage into whatever tribal group his father came from in Kenya, but that does not matter in the social context.

  5. 90404's Gravatar 90404
    September 20, 2012 - 6:58 pm | Permalink

    Amazing how the media can spin things!
    You say he is Black, hes not!
    Even you are calling him black not ‘mulatto’ or ‘biracial’.

    Hes about 48% White, with African DNA on both sides of his pedigree, but I dont believe his mama really had a blackie in her backie.

  6. 90404's Gravatar 90404
    September 20, 2012 - 6:54 pm | Permalink

    Bill Gates looks for workers in Asia, there are 3 billion ‘chindians’, so lotsa smart, desperate people.

    I agree with the comments about ‘networking’. And I will add, aggression. These 2 + average IQs go a long way.

  7. RightAnswerFactor's Gravatar RightAnswerFactor
    September 20, 2012 - 12:11 am | Permalink

    @Alice Teller:

    Wow, you are probably right about that reference thing.

    Personally, I am open to a more liberal interpretation of intelligence. If I found out tomorrow that every Jew had an IQ of 150 or above, I would not take that to mean they were superior to me in any way. What if they all had IQ’s of 150 but were compulsive creators of Ponzi schemes? And what say if they had built the entire world up around one of these diabolical swindles?

    Then I could argue that it was superior to have a lower IQ.

  8. Alice Teller's Gravatar Alice Teller
    September 19, 2012 - 8:13 pm | Permalink

    You have made two errors. One, there are not more intelligent Jews than intelligent whites – our sheer numbers insure that; two, you are underestimating the extent of Jewish networking. A small example, white kids will usually seek recommendations from someone who actually knows them. If a white person in a position of influence is asked to recommend a kid he doesn’t really know he will so signal in the body of the letter. Jews will always seek and obtain a glowing recommendation from an alum, often with no closer acquaintance than a brief meeting or phone call. They operate by a different system.

  9. RightAnswerFactor's Gravatar RightAnswerFactor
    September 19, 2012 - 7:54 pm | Permalink


    When I think about this, I run into some problems. For example, this would mean that if we intelligence tested all the Asian students at an elite university, they would score lower than the other students. This is because out of a smaller pool of people, there can be fewer very intelligent individuals. Yet still, there is a huge number of this race at elite universities.

    Assuming there is a 100% incentive for very intelligent people to attend elite universities (and I think that might be questionable in itself), there simply might not be as many intelligent Asians to fill their quota. So they would fill those spots with stupider Asians, and the entire IQ average of the Asian population at an elite university would be lower.

    Without a quota, I don’t know how to explain Asian attendance with just a numbers and IQ premise, unless we factor culture. And then we would have to show that Jewish culture does not encourage attendence at elite universities moreso than does white culture.

    Look, I’m not saying I think Jews are not a problem, but I do think that it’s a little bit of a cop out to say that their over-representation is racial persecution. While I would not rule it out, there are other explanations, too, some of them nefarious, some of them relying on nefarious premises. and some of them just neutral.

    To be honest, even if it is neutral, I don’t think it’s a good idea to use spots at American universities to train a huge number of Israeli citizens.

  10. RightAnswerFactor's Gravatar RightAnswerFactor
    September 19, 2012 - 7:40 pm | Permalink

    @Heather Blue:

    You know, I really agree with the whole “aggressive mimic” argument. But I have a question. A little while ago, I read an article about how Jews are over-represented at elite universities. I actually attended one of these universities, and I can say this picture was a reality for me. But the argument that they are engaging in ethnic conflict through persecution of whites while filling the white quota has a hole in it for me.

    Premise: Groups should be represented as a group at elite universities in proportion to their percentage of the population and their average group IQ.

    Conclusion: Because Jewish representation at elite universities is higher than would be predicted by their proportion of the population and their average group IQ, racial persecution must be taking place.

    I think this argument is flawed, ironically for a reason that was contained in the article itself; would Asian Americans not be over-represented, as well?

    Premise 1: Asians are a non-preferred minority group.
    Premise 2: The average Asian group IQ is lower than the Jewish group IQ, and only slightly higher than the white IQ.

    Conclusion: Asians may be very over-represented, accounting for IQ, even though they are not a preferred minority.

    I propose a different explanation for the over-representation of Jews at elite universities.

    premise 1: Each race has a de facto quota.
    premise 2: Asians are in a separate racial category than Jews, but Whites are not.
    premise 3: There are many more intelligent Jews than intelligent Whites.


    1) Jews fill up most of the white quota, leaving very little room for the white people themselves. This fits into the “aggressive mimic” hypothesis very nicely, actually. Northeast Asians and Brahman Indians account for almost all of the Asian quota, leaving very little room for Cambodians or Vietnamese.

    So basically, Jews may not even have to intentionally persecute whites (although I definitely do not rule it out.). It is just an artifact of the quota system.

    I have not done any math here, but I think I have laid the groundwork for a good hypothesis.

  11. Bobby's Gravatar Bobby
    September 19, 2012 - 4:44 pm | Permalink

    @Heather Blue: Heather, honestly, the average citizen in my experience with them, is that they don’t know their head from their a–.

  12. Heather Blue's Gravatar Heather Blue
    September 19, 2012 - 2:35 pm | Permalink

    European Americans don’t know Jews are not white. Camouflage is the secret to the Jew’s success. Jews look white. These supposedly white people are pushing for non-white immigration as a “moral imperative” and accusing white people of racial hate and bigotry if we oppose it. It is very confusing to the gullible minds of the average citizen.

  13. mari's Gravatar mari
    September 17, 2012 - 6:25 pm | Permalink

    It was that staunch British chauvinist and imperialist Winston Churchill who cooked up the idea of and implemented the bombing of Dresden. The military argued against it on the grounds that there were no military or industrial bases in Dresden and it would be a waste of planes, men, bombs and fuel.
    Winston won. Of course his family had been catholic like all of England before the 1530’s. Must have been the ghost of some evil catholic ancestor exerted mind control and told him to destroy Dresden.

  14. RightAnswerFactor's Gravatar RightAnswerFactor
    September 17, 2012 - 2:45 am | Permalink


    But what votes will they fight over if you don’t vote at all? The problem is not that you personally are voting or are not voting. The problem is that half of everyone who looks like you votes for a black guy, whereas 97% of black guys are smart enough to vote for the guy who looks like them. A mere 3% voted for the candidate who was a different color. They were probably rich oreos like the news anchors on Fox, who hardly don’t count as white anyway.

    Politicians take it for granted that white people are morons who do not understand the import of the political process on their day to day lives. They speak to the heart, never bothering for a moment to truly engage in rational dialogue. And so they are proven correct.

  15. Bobby's Gravatar Bobby
    September 12, 2012 - 11:16 pm | Permalink

    @Lombard: It was one of the most horrendous examples of an attack on not only human beings, but culture. As the pysicist Max Born lamented but objectively said,(he was Jewish and the grandfather of singer Olvia Newton John) Dresden was one of the architectural gems of Europe, with beautiful old Medieval buidlings. Born went on to say of the destruction of Dresden, that if Hitler was evil, he had some very good students.

  16. Connor McNessa's Gravatar Connor McNessa
    September 12, 2012 - 2:26 pm | Permalink

    You make a very good point. We need to remember who our ancestors are and where they came from. For example, the English and Lowland Scots (Angles mixed with Brythonic, Pictish, and Gealic Celts, Normans, and Norsemen) are Anglo-Saxon, Norse, and Norman.
    Now “German” is a misnomer. They should use the term “Germanic.” The English people are descended from Scandinavians of the Jutland penninsula and Saxons from adjacent Saxony as well as other Germanic tribes. They descend from some Angles, Saxons, Jutes, Frisians, Franks, Goths, Vandals, and some other Germanic tribes (according to more recent research than the oft quoted Angles, Saxons, and Jutes; (Harrison, Mark, Anglo-Saxon Thegn: AD 449-1066, , Osprey Publishing, 1993).
    Of course the always on their toes anti-white cultural marxists put a spin of evil whites on the story by talking about “aparteid.” Now it is obvious that keeping the zulu invaders of South Africa on a leash was quite prudent and necessary.
    Der Spiegel puts a more positive spin on it:
    The Anglo-Saxons and Franks were really early Viking sea-raiders who plied the North Sea, Saxon Shore, and Gaulish coasts under sail (Haywood, John, Dark Age Naval Power, Anglo-Saxon Books, 2nd ed., 2006).

  17. Connor McNessa's Gravatar Connor McNessa
    September 12, 2012 - 1:59 pm | Permalink

    Some questions. Exactly who are these latinos? Are they French-Americans? Italian Americans? Portuguese-Americans? Are they referring to the probably close to 25 million illegal-alien Mexicans? If they are talking about Mexicans, they should have the honesty to say so. Latino can mean French, Romanian, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish, French Huguenots, Provencal, Catalan, Brazilian, Argentine, Cuban, etc., etc., etc. I know that most of the Cuban-Americans, real citizens, vote republican.

    Are illegal aliens allowed to vote? Are they speaking of only legally resident American citizens who are registered voters or are they assuming that anyone can vote and refusing to address the issue of whether that is legal? Are these statistics based on all “Latinos” present in the USA or only those who are US citizens and registered?
    I think that these vague references to “latinos” as if they were a monolithic group hide some real shenanigans like allowing illegal aliens to vote and using incorrect statistics claiming a monolithic “latino” support for Obama.

    It looks like they are allowing millions of illegal aliens to vote.

    Also, I had more respect for Mexicans before they decided that they loved mayates (their term) or that getting whitey, el guero, el gringo, trumped their distrust and hatred of “mayates” after all.

  18. Lombard's Gravatar Lombard
    September 11, 2012 - 9:46 am | Permalink

    “Dresden, the capital of the German state of Saxony, ”
    Saxony!! as in Saxon… as in White Anglo Saxon Protestant. Woah. I’m guessing the US and UK Airforce was filled with hispanic Catholics when they firebombed the place.
    Seriously, your own freakin Capital. The ‘Florence on the Elbe’. With friends like these, man…

  19. Alice Teller's Gravatar Alice Teller
    September 11, 2012 - 9:44 am | Permalink

    Sorry Bobby, old habits die hard. It is both parties. I noticed that FB has a page called THE REUNION OF BLACK FAMILY WORLD WIDE. Perhaps someone should start a page for the white family.

  20. Tom's Gravatar Tom
    September 11, 2012 - 8:51 am | Permalink

    @Trenchant: @Trenchant:

    Gas chambers, what gas chambers? Although, the Roman Catholics did build many magnificent churches in Italy & elsewhere paid for by others. LOL. Sort of like what they do in Congress today.

  21. UFASP's Gravatar UFASP
    September 11, 2012 - 3:44 am | Permalink

    Jack Beauregard…My Name Is Nobody

    Awesome movie!

  22. Noble Lord's Gravatar Noble Lord
    September 11, 2012 - 1:24 am | Permalink


    The sad part about the fracticiding of America, is that White Americans started it!

    Based on the “America was built by whites for whites” ideology, Ram Z Paul’s videos should have the same hunourous adendum context and a who lead us there question and puzzled look only Ram Z Paul can pull off.

    I see the ACLU is supporting the Ku Klux Klan these days!

  23. Trenchant's Gravatar Trenchant
    September 11, 2012 - 12:58 am | Permalink

    @Tom: I guess Catholics built the gas-chambers. too. LOL!

  24. mark's Gravatar mark
    September 10, 2012 - 9:41 am | Permalink
  25. Tom's Gravatar Tom
    September 10, 2012 - 8:35 am | Permalink


    Sonny, if your login puked you should have called Roy or e-mailed him, and had it fixed.

    Roy Beck is about as Germanic, and Protestant as they come, he was a reporter/editor for one of the oldest Protestant family magazines in the country.

    Roy Beck is a professional lobbyist, and he runs a professional lobbying organization. Roy, and one, or more of his employees are on capitol hill daily, and in touch with Congress. Roy has the pulse of the nation on immigration issues.

    I can’t think of a Roman Catholic who is in charge of a Washington DC immigration reduction lobby, and by reduction Roy is one of the only people talking about a time-out for legal immigration. No other lobby that I know of is working to stop, or has been working to cut legal immigration!

    Roy, and his NumbersUSA organization may have almost by themselves stopped a number of illegal alien amnesties & dream act type situations in the 90’s and early 00’s. Roy’s a smart politician!

    With limited funds, and a very tough issue, Roy Beck is one of the most effective lobbyists in our nation’s capital.

  26. Luke's Gravatar Luke
    September 10, 2012 - 5:47 am | Permalink

    @Tom: Roy Beck is jew and he and his NumbersUSA outfit are nothing more than ‘controlled opposition’, Tommy boy.

    I used to be on the NumbersUSA mailing list and I’d receive alerts about immigration related legislation that would offer a choice of 2 or 3 pre-written letters, which we were encouraged to add to or modify, if we wished. Big mistake, for a jew to extend this invitation to yours truly.

    I started to add comments to these pre-written letters that would cite and quote sections of the 1947/1948 Convention on the Crime and Punishment of Genocide and clearly state that non-white immigration into America was clearly an effort to commit genocide of the native, White European Founding Stock of America. Guess what? Roy Beck, the jew, terminated by login at NumbersUSA.

    Beck’s job, Tom – is to be a gatekeeper and to assist the Cultural Marxist enemies of White European people to set and define the ‘acceptable boundaries of discourse’ on this immigration subject. White racial survival and the preservation of White European people’s ability to pursue and ensure self-determination are NOT part of the anti-White Cultural Marxist definition of acceptable discourse, and Beck helps to enforce that outrageous pile of hypocritical baloney.

    Come on, Tom. You can’t possibly be as dumb and naive as you often sound.

  27. Jason Speaks's Gravatar Jason Speaks
    September 10, 2012 - 2:12 am | Permalink

    Very nice article, thank you.

    By the way, here is a story about a proposed White student union at a university.


  28. Trenchant's Gravatar Trenchant
    September 10, 2012 - 12:23 am | Permalink

    Pepsi v. Coke, nth iteration.

  29. 90404's Gravatar 90404
    September 9, 2012 - 11:50 pm | Permalink

    Dear BOBBY…UCLA, U C Lotsa Asians.
    Rumor is its mostly non US citizens.
    Check how they ruined Amanda Wallace [scrubbed at youtube].

    Very few blacks at UCLA. I feel badly for the smart, motivated Blacks that were ‘ethnically cleansed’.

  30. Bobby's Gravatar Bobby
    September 9, 2012 - 11:32 pm | Permalink

    @Alice Teller: One sided Alice, to the point of literally acting as if American citizens of European extraction are irrelevant. It’s utterly mindboggling how cavalier an attitude BOTH OF THE PARTIES HAVE, on being in the faces of European-Americans with this “hispanic/Mexican” stuff. In fact, it’s at the point of being surreal.

  31. Bobby's Gravatar Bobby
    September 9, 2012 - 11:28 pm | Permalink

    @Random: Reagan was so overrated, and the stupid Republican party elite still honor this guy. Let’s do a review on the “great communicator”. He gave the first amnesty. No he was not “snookered” as Reagan worshippers claim, because in the same breath they always proclaimed his “brilliance”. He knew what was happening. He presided over the first financial fiasco of modern times, the Savings and Loan Crisis of the 1980’s. He was clueless on mideast policy, and his inaction largely got us into the mess we are now in. He should have told the Israeli lobby to take a hike,etc. He also didn’t save us from the Soviet Union. This idiocy has been preached endlessly because of Mr. Gorbachev “tear down this wall”, stuff. Yet, according to Soviet records, thousands of them released after the fall of the Soviet Union, it was already well under way in letting go of the satelite nations, because of increased Western European trade with the Soviet Union and a basic negation of cold war strategy, it not serving the Russians purposes any longer. But, as the philosopher Joseph Campbell said, “we must have our myths” to remain socially healthy. Fine, as long as we realize they are myths.

  32. Bobby's Gravatar Bobby
    September 9, 2012 - 11:18 pm | Permalink

    @Hedgerow: That is correct. It has worked for Gov. Jan Brewer and Arizona for one simple reason. The Governor along with the majority of citizens in Arizona have insisted on fighting illegal immigration, because it was bankrupting the state. No, it only needs the citizens to get tough, really tough, and politicians tend to get nervous and listen. Much of America’s predicament, where illegal immigration is concerned, is the fault of weak, and apathetic citizens, not concerned enough to go and vote out the traitors among them. Bloomberg, Flake, Schumer, Hatch, Feinstein, Boxer, Pelosi, Kyle, Cornyn, these are just a small sample of politicians that have proved OVER AND OVER again, that they don’t care about American citizens and in the case of some of them, even seem to outright hate us. Yet, they get voted in over and over. I can almost understand it coming from the left, but what is conservatives excuses, when they keep voting in those that are intent on screwing them?

  33. Hedgerow's Gravatar Hedgerow
    September 9, 2012 - 10:25 pm | Permalink

    Anti-immigration has worked for Gov. Jan Brewer and Tea Party candidates.

  34. Random's Gravatar Random
    September 9, 2012 - 8:48 pm | Permalink

    Neither party has a choice when it comes to supporting immigration because the media will destroy any candidate who opposes it. It’s not a matter of Republicans trying to get the Latino vote or any of that sort of nonsense.

    Both parties have been about equally bad on immigration since 1965. Actually, Reagan has arguably been the worst president ever in this regard (since he approved the first amnesty for illegals as well as major increases in legal immigration), so I’m not even sure why anyone would assume that Republicans would be anti-immigration in the first place.

  35. Alice Teller's Gravatar Alice Teller
    September 9, 2012 - 8:01 pm | Permalink

    I must confess that I am amazed at the one sided emotional appeal that is made in the Dream Act. No one ever says that these kids have already enjoyed enormous benefits from the medical and educational system as a result of their parents illegal action. Isn’t that enough? Send them home and let Mexico benefit from these wonderful kids. They need help more then we do. One dem actually had the nerve to exclaim that some of these kids don’t even speak Spanish! So???????????????

  36. Alice Teller's Gravatar Alice Teller
    September 9, 2012 - 7:53 pm | Permalink

    Thanks, 9. Taki is always good for a giggle. I am still trying to figure out why it is okay to force me to submit to man-handling at the airport in order to avoid offending other folks. I have not and will not fly under these restriction. Guess I just don’t count?

  37. Alice Teller's Gravatar Alice Teller
    September 9, 2012 - 7:46 pm | Permalink

    @C. C. Conrad:
    Don’t tempt me!

  38. 90404's Gravatar 90404
    September 9, 2012 - 7:04 pm | Permalink

    @Alice Teller:
    Over at TAKIMAG, theres an article ‘Make us Sikh’.
    You and others might enjoy it.

    I know ‘we have lost the country’. And its population increases, not so much in whites or blacks but browns and yellows.

  39. September 9, 2012 - 5:35 pm | Permalink

    @Alice Teller: And if each one of them shoots straight 4 or 5 times everything will be OK.

  40. Bobby's Gravatar Bobby
    September 9, 2012 - 3:14 pm | Permalink

    The video of RamzPaul above, is very relevant to todays U.S. Of course, all of his video’s are relevant, but the subject of the video above is deadly serious and Pauls blase style hides this seriousness to a degree. The Democrat Party is absolutely causing a fragmentation that will change this nation completely. The Republican Party is complicit in not challenging this. There is NO WAY IN HELL, that all of the different cultures this nation is importing, each of them lobbying for their own interests, is going to strengthen this country. Weaken it it, will, but make it better, NO WAY. As to the effect all of this will have on European-Americans, there is no longer any reason to speculate about. Here in Southern California, I often listen to a radio station featuring two guys John and Ken. They discuss California politics almost daily. One woman, white, called into their station and complained about here daughter, an A student, being rejected by UCLA. I thought to myself, why does this amaze her. UCLA, is a bastion of far leftist philosophy and works daily for the entitlement of any group that isn’t white.

    This same thing is happening with jobs. Almost all employment, except that require the most skill, is given to Mexicans/Latinos. This is done so regularly, in such a default manner, that it’s hardly challenged. The attitude of California’s government, is that, since California has millions of hispanics/Mexicans, it’s perfectly normal that Mexicans/hispanics, always be hired. It serves the demographics. Yet this same attitude is never taken into account where majority whites live, as in the recent article about Minnesoto and the “Campaign to eliminate “racism”, by hiring non-whites. The attitude of the government is one great show of hypocrisy, not to say criminality towards the white demographic. It simply boggles the mind that the “road to citizenship, rights, riches, and happiness, are the rights of any person who comes to the U.S. YESTERDAY, and isn’t WHITE. WOW!! WHEW!!……..It also taxes ones imagination to think that millions of European-Americans, don’t seem to get any of this, aside from people on forums like this…………..

  41. Hedgerow's Gravatar Hedgerow
    September 9, 2012 - 2:09 pm | Permalink

    Republicans who are soft on immigration are deluding themselves if they think they can ever win the votes of the third-world underclass. By offering citizenship, all they are doing is setting themselves up to lose control of more seats in Congress in addition to losing the presidency. The Democrats will always offer up more goodies.

  42. Alice Teller's Gravatar Alice Teller
    September 9, 2012 - 10:41 am | Permalink

    The media, the political parties and all of the talking heads have zero credibility. The American people have shown their real sentiments with their dollars. Gun sales are booming. In a terrible economy Smith & Wesson have stellar sales. Best quote: “Ten thousand Baby Boomers a day are turning 65; they can’t run, they can’t fight, they got to shoot.”


  43. George's Gravatar George
    September 9, 2012 - 7:50 am | Permalink

    The Jewish influence in opening our border with Mexico is not
    to be overlooked. It helps them to dilute the racial mix of the
    USA. (less whites)There fore less attention to them & their control.

  44. Tom's Gravatar Tom
    September 8, 2012 - 9:55 pm | Permalink

    I look for Romney to run tough on illegal & legal immigration the next two months. It can only help Romney in Ohio, Pennsylvania, Michigan, North Carolina, & Virginia, and it might even help him in some unexpected places too.

    Virgil Goode is spurring Romney to run hard against legal and illegal immigration in Virginia, and, Ohio. Goode has been polling 7% to 9% in Virginia!

    The “self deport” thing is something NumbersUSA has been pushing for years, and if Roy Beck has Romney’s ear that can only be good.

  45. cecil henry's Gravatar cecil henry
    September 8, 2012 - 9:00 pm | Permalink

    If the electorate wont vote for us and o what we want, we’ll just import the voters we want and displace the people we claim to represent and get our legitimacy from.

    They’re parasites, treat them as such.

  46. Bobby's Gravatar Bobby
    September 8, 2012 - 8:11 pm | Permalink

    @Bobby: P.S. The THREE biggest traitors on illegal immigration and OPEN BORDERS, are Senator John, “Americans wouldn’t pick lettuce for fifty dollars and hour, “McCain, Senator Lindsay, “Americans are haters”, Graham, and Mayor MIke, “Americans are stupid and lazy”, Bloomberg.
    Now, as to the miracle of how these “represenatatives”, of the American citizens keep getting elected, you’ll have to figure out for yourself, because I sure as hell can’t.

  47. Bobby's Gravatar Bobby
    September 8, 2012 - 8:04 pm | Permalink

    “So much for the explicit statements of the candidates”.

    Yes, that’s exactly the point, the explicit and MEANINGLESS, statements of the candidates. These explicit and MEANINGLESS statements, especially on illegal immigration, have been made election cycle after election cycle, which brings me to my point.

    There is something the American citizen does not seem to understand or does not want to understand, to wit, the many trade treaties that have been made by past traitorous administrations behind the American publics back. No where did Bill Clinton mention, during his performance at the Democratic Convention, that it was he that lobbied Congress during his term as President, to pass the NAFTA TREATY. The essence of the North American Free Trade Agreement says this, ” it is an agreement to allow the free movement across the borders of Mexico and Canada, of goods AND PEOPLE… AND PEOPLE. The North American Union, NAU, is another treaty, that the American public never signed on to.

    When discussing illegal immigration issues, the Administrations past and present, HAVE NEVER BEEN HONEST WITH THE AMERICAN PUBLIC, because if they had they would have admitted that the goal of the banks, Wall Street, and the elite that run them, is OPEN BORDERS, plain and simple. That is why NOTHING OF SUBSTANCE WILL EVER BE DONE ON ILLEGAL IMMIGRATION, NOW OR IN THE FUTURE, BECAUSE ,BOTH, POLITICAL PARTIES DON’T WANT IMMIGRATION FROM MEXICO TO BE ILLEGAL. PERIOD. Once Americans understand this, everything will fall into place as to why it is so “HARD”, to control the borders,etc.

  48. Fenria's Gravatar Fenria
    September 8, 2012 - 7:36 pm | Permalink

    Both Romney and Obama have embraced Latinos as the de facto most important people in this country. To believe the media, you’d have to think that this entire country was half Latino, half gay. Both parties have made no secret of the fact that the Latino vote is being courted more aggressively than any other. Why any sane white person wouldn’t boycott this election in protest is beyond me. To vote for either of these fools is to play their game that the white vote is a token given and doesn’t need to be earned anymore.

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