Ann Coulter: “Meanwhile, 10 miles from the White House…”

I thought I would start writing blog posts with excerpts from articles I find interesting, sometimes with brief comments.

Now that Trump has solved Northeast Asia’s problems, maybe he can get to a problem in our country — in fact, within 10 miles of the White House. For some reason, The Washington Post recently ran an article on something important — the MS-13 gang presence at a public school on the outskirts of our nation’s capital, William Wirt Middle School in Prince George’s County, Maryland. The media’s usual approach to the diversity being inflicted on us is: Don’t report this! It’s better if no one knows. Maybe the left has decided it’s too late to do anything about the transformation of our country into a Third World hellhole, and Trump couldn’t stop it even if he wanted to. The Post reported that, like many schools up and down the East Coast, MS-13 has turned Wirt into a battleground. There have been near-daily gang fights, rampant drug dealing, one reported rape, gang signs on the walls, one shooting — more in nearby schools — and teachers afraid to be alone with their students. At least two students are required to have security officers assigned to them, walking them from class to class and watching them during lunch hour, on account of MS-13 threatening to kill them. How many different categories of immigrants require special law enforcement officers devoted to them? Thanks to mass Muslim immigration, the FBI has terrorist watch lists in ALL 50 STATES. That’s why whenever there’s a terrorist attack, the FBI says, Oh yeah, we were watching that guy. And now we have police bodyguards for kids at schools wherever “unaccompanied minors” have been dumped by our government. …

The reason for this transformation of our country, our culture and our politics is to flood the market with low-wage workers and Democratic voters.

That’s right, but we shouldn’t leave out the ethnic lobbies who (often in opposition to the wishes of their own constituents) keep up the pressure for unending immigration. Obviously, my writing has emphasized the role of Jews and the organized Jewish community. I just came across some material on the sentiments of John Podhoretz, from his Wikipedia page. Obviously, his Jewish identity is critical to his attitude on immigration to the U.S. (not Israel).

In disagreement with several writers at National Review and conservatives in general, Podhoretz has aggressively favored a more open immigration policy for the United States. He wrote: “I said merely what I feel deeply—which is that, as a Jew, I have great difficulty supporting a blanket policy of immigration restriction because of what happened to the Jewish people after 1924 and the unwillingness of the United States to take Jews in.”[9] Podhoretz has been generally supportive of President Bush’s proposals for a guest worker program and a path to citizenship for certain illegal immigrants in the U.S.
This hostility among Jews for what happened nearly 100 years ago is quite common. The argument then goes that the holocaust would have been prevented or ameliorated except for the 1924 law. And of course, there are other motives as well, especially a perception that Jews are safer in in more diverse societies because of a lessened possibility for homogeneous White movement to rise up against them (here, p. 246ff).
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