So the Chamber of Commerce Republican talking points have even infected the Eastern Bloc. Even Italy has announced a pathway to legal residency for tens of thousands of “undocumented migrants” through work permit applications in the agricultural sector and for “domestic helpers.” Most agricultural production of seasonal fruits and vegetables in the EU Mediterranean region relies on migrant labor. In 2015, just under half of the workforce employed in agriculture was comprised of foreign nationals; 430,000 workers—over half—did not have an official contract.
It is not my intention here to demoralize the reader, but simply to illustrate how pervasive neo-liberalism has become, and how it poses an existential threat to the survival of Occidental Man. It is so dangerous because it is a total system encompassing ideological and economic aspects, much like communism but more insidious because it is less obvious and does not call attention to itself as revolutionary, though its beneficiaries are the same. It works in inversion and “soft power,” and whether it be the laissez-faire religion of the faux-Right that “necessitates” Jamaican apple-pickers in Massachusetts and North African strawberry-pickers in Spain or the re-distributionist and “global uplift” siren song of the Left, they inevitably converge in the tight grip of the ruling class.
Migrant labor, especially, has proven extremely useful to the ruling class for a variety of reasons:
In the mid-twentieth century, guest-worker programs were popular in both the United States and Western Europe, where labor shortages frustrated seasonal labor recruitment. Such programs came to an end in the 1960s and 1970s as political opposition grew and economic crises deepened on both sides of the Atlantic (Martin, 2003; Castles, 2006). But talk of guest workers resurfaced when the agri-food industry reorganized in the 1980s. By the 1990s, countries like Germany and Spain were reinventing guest-worker programs for twenty-first century economic needs and political realities (Castles, 2006)…The contemporary appeal of guest workers is more or less the same as it was mid-century. Employers can access a steady supply of low wage workers, control workers through the terms of the contract, adjust the size of their work-force with ease, dismiss guest workers as they see fit, mitigate anti-immigrant sentiment in the local community, and avoid some of the social anxieties that surround undocumented migration. The advantages of guest workers are perhaps all the more critical in an era of ‘lean’ agri-food production, since securing a flexible, low-wage work-force is central to employers’ ability to provide quality, low cost products to the market-place (Rogaly, 2008). Guest workers may also prove critical to new immigrant destinations, where the presence of immigrants has become politically and socially contentious.
This strategy of doing an end-around people’s concerns regarding immigration while still serving both the ideological impetus and the Chamber of Commerce interests is central to neo-conservatism; in essence, one gets the “deep concern” voiced over immigration, and maybe token resistance on that front, but the numbers still come, just in a different form. Thus the totally useless distinction of legal versus illegal immigration, for example, especially in the U.S. where powerful forces are acting to erase the distinction (drivers’ licenses, medical care, etc.). In a demographic war, and with a totally illegitimate system, who cares if the invading force is arriving via “legal” means if the legality itself is questionable at best?
What’s more, in an anarcho-tyrannical system, one where the favored population groups are given carte blanche to assail the native populace with impunity, the act of defending oneself finds them in the grips of this illegitimate system where judicial warfare has become yet another open front to attack Whites. The judicial branch has become not just subject to politicization and agenda advancement— “lived experience” a substitute for knowledge, expertise, capability, and objectivity (e.g., Sonia Sotomayor) becoming more prevalent, more pronounced, and more nakedly partisan—but when the constitutionally-enshrined protections of our society are no longer respected, when the laws no longer apply to certain people and justice is no longer blind, when the system itself can be perverted to create a privileged class—that system has been corrupted and is fundamentally rotten.
Furthermore, the laws themselves are meaningless in such an environment. How can you respect the ever-changing code of a system that exists to destroy you? It’s hard to feel anything but contempt when the same higher-ups of “law enforcement” who ensure that our people are thrown in jail for being in the wrong place at the wrong time with the wrong skin color is drawn into open conflict with the combatants the ruling class has imported and/or catered to and encouraged with their rhetoric. It is especially difficult to feel anything but contempt when the Jewish mayor of Minneapolis Jacob Frey claims that the rioters torching police headquarters are morally justified. My only sympathies lie with the regular people caught in the crossfire, and this includes some of the rank-and-file police put in the impossible position of their sworn duty to serve and protect, and what they’re being demanded to do (or not do, as the case may be in standing down). They never asked for this and they do not deserve it.
James Mason wrote about the first stages of open war over thirty years ago with the Vibrants as Richard Houck calls them in his excellent Liberalism Unmasked, acting out their hostilities against the system’s other phalanx of soldiers. What we need to do at this juncture is very simple: get out of their way, consolidate, and fortify ourselves. Get yourself into a position where you are near family and friends in defensible locales, away from the blast radius of “diversity,” and become as self-reliant as humanly possible. The system is doomed to fail, and you do not want to be dragged down with it. It’s only a matter of time, and whatever we can do to hasten the process, the better, for the collateral damage will be extensive and will only get worse the more time goes on. I am not saying we should be moved to violence—this is foolish for a host of reasons. What I am saying is that we must continue to expose the system for the sham it is, and make people see the illegitimacy of the arrogant ruling cabal who barrage us with trash about being “all in this together.”
The US government itself is financing the migrant invasion the tough-talking Donald Trump was elected to stop! The State Department’s Bureau of Population, Refugees, and Migration (PRM) spends over $3.2 billion annually to help fund mass migration projects—and even in this endeavor, Israel finds a way to get a slice of the pie, as in $7.5 million in fiscal year 2018 for the Humanitarian Migrants to Israel (HMI) Program, which “provides financial resources for the resettlement of humanitarian migrants from the Former Soviet Union (FSU), Eastern Europe, Africa, the Near East and other countries of distress [read: Jews] in Israel.” The grant is implemented by the United Israel Appeal (UIA) through Jewish Agency for Israel (JAFI) who manage a network of absorption centers throughout the country.” Almost $1.6 billion went to the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) and nearly $188.5 million went to the International Organization for Migration (IOM) in FY2018.
From the “philanthropic” side, the MacArthur Foundation has given several grants to the UN for the Global Forum on Migration and Development as well as sponsoring workshops and seminars on “international migration law” and for the United Nations University’s Institute for Environment and Human Security (UNU-EHS), in collaboration with CARE International, to “undertake a special outreach effort for its Guatemala case study on the impact of climate change on migration in the region.” As we will see shortly, it is the US government and the World Bank, not climate change, that is facilitating Guatemalans’ migration north. CARE received nearly $12 million from the PRM in fiscal year 2018. CARE International’s multilateral funding partners are:
- European Union (EU) through the European Commission Humanitarian Office (ECHO)
and Directorate General for Development and Co-operation (DG DEVCO).
- Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO)
- International Labour Organisation (ILO)
- International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD)
- United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF)
- United Nations Development Fund for Women (UNIFEM)
- United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)
- United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA)
- United Nations Human Settlements Programme (UN-HABITAT)
- United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR)
- Steering Committee for Humanitarian Response (SCHR)
- The World Bank (WB)
- World Health Organization (WHO)
- World Food Programme (WFP)
Their bilateral partners are:
- Australian Agency for International Development (AusAID)
- Austrian Federal Chancellery
- Austrian Federal Ministry of Foreign Affairs
- UK Government’s Department for International Development (DFID)
- Agence Française de Développement
- Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA)
- Danish Cooperation for Environment and Development (DANCED)
- Danish International Development Agency (DANIDA)
- Dutch Ministry of Development Cooperation
- German Ministry of Economical Cooperation and Development (BMZ)
- Japanese Government
- Ministry of Foreign Affairs, ROC (Taiwan)
- Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation (NORAD)
- Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs
- Republic and canton of Geneva
- Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC)
- United States Agency for International Development (USAID)
- United States Office of Foreign Disaster Assistance (OFDA)
As one example of a CARE project, the NGO in partnership with the UK Department for International Development runs a cash transfer project for women in rural Zimbabwe, where each month, households receive a cash payment into a virtual wallet on their mobile phone. That’s it.
The State Department’s PRM also disburse funds to several of the major NGO enablers of migrants into Europe, such as the Norwegian Refugee Council (nearly $11.9 million), Caritas Switzerland (nearly $1.5 million), Première Urgence Internationale in France ($4 million), and the Danish Refugee Council (nearly $9.2 million), and other major NGOs facilitating mass migration into the West such as the International Rescue Committee ($40.7 million), Catholic Relief Services ($10.2 million), the Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society (HIAS—over $8.1 million), and the Pan American Development Foundation ($6.65 million).
Another US State Department PRM funding priority is the Refugee Solidarity Network (over $1.6 million in FY2018): “Since 2014 RSN and sister organization Refugee Rights Turkey have benefitted greatly from PRM support, with the goal of assisting Turkey implement its new migration and asylum framework.” Also partnering are Naripokkho and the Center for Legal Aid Bulgaria, whose mission, per their website’s description:
Is to promote the rights of migrants, refugees and asylum seekers on the territory of Bulgaria, through legal aid and advocacy. Since 2009, the CLA has promoted progressive legislative reform and raised awareness on asylum, migration and integration. CLA provides pro bono legal consultations to asylum seekers, refugees and migrants, as well as legal representation in administrative and judicial proceedings on the national and European levels. CLA also engages in research and monitoring, to support their advocacy initiatives, and participate in national, regional and Europe-wide networks.
RSN is a member of:
- International Detention Coalition (IDC): “A unique global network. Of over 400 civil society organizations and individuals in more than 90 countries, that advocate for, research and provide direct services to refugees, asylum-seekers and migrants affected by immigration detention.”
- International Council of Voluntary Agencies (ICVA): “A platform for increased collaboration and coordination between NGOs and other humanitarian actors, which is crucial to improving the lives of communities affected by humanitarian crisis.”
- The Asia Pacific Refugee Rights Network (APRRN): “An open and growing network consisting of more than 340 civil society organizations and individuals from 28 countries committed to advancing the rights of refugees in the Asia Pacific region. APRRN aims to advance the rights of refugees and other people in need of protection through joint advocacy, capacity strengthening, resource sharing and outreach.”
They have also received support from: Google, as “RSN benefits from the support of Google Ad Grants for Non-profits, which supports RSN’s outreach, information dissemination, and fundraising activities”; BannerBuzz, which “supports RSN with marketing and communications needs”; the Tent Foundation, “The grant provided an opportunity to further develop programming at RSN’s sister organization Refugee Rights Turkey, and make connections with advocates working on child protection in neighboring Greece and Bulgaria”; and the Open Society Foundation Justice Initiative: “Since 2018, OSJI has worked with and supported RSN on efforts to respond to the Rohingya refugee crisis affecting South and Southeast Asia. OSJI and RSN are carrying out research and capacity development with civil society actors in the region.”
In Central America, the US government and the World Bank have been very active in subsidizing migration north into America. As Kevin Sieff reports:
The winding roads into the valley of Nebaj are lined with advertisements for cheap loans. Banks and cooperatives and microfinance operations make their pitches… here in the Guatemala Highlands, the epicenter of the country’s migrant exodus, those loans often fund a different activity, the region’s most profitable: smuggling migrants north to the United States…What enables those payments is a vast system of credit that includes financial institutions set up and supported by the United States and the World Bank, part of the global boom in microfinance over the past two decades. The U.S. government and the World Bank have each extended tens of millions of dollars in funding and loan guarantees, money that helped create what is now Guatemala’s biggest microfinance organization, Fundación Génesis Empresarial, and backed one of its largest banks, Banrural…The International Finance Corporation, an arm of the World Bank, lent the foundation $10 million last year  to “broaden access to finance for micro and small businesses.”…Compartamos, a Mexican bank… also received a flurry of USAID grants. It later stirred controversy for imposing interest rates of roughly 100 percent per year… Throughout the 1980s and 1990s, development organizations devoted growing resources to what advocates called “access to credit” or “financial inclusion.” In 2006, the Bangladeshi economist Muhammad Yunus, one of the forefathers of microfinance, won the Nobel Peace Prize for his “efforts to create economic and social development from below.”
So this is what “financial inclusion” looks like. Once again we see the ideology of liberalism and the realities of neo-liberal economics working hand-in-glove to advance the interests—with interest!—of the ruling class.
Speaking of interest, just as with the Great Recession, instead of genuine conversations occurring in the mainstream about the detonation of the standard of living in favor of an almost-unfathomably wealthy plutocratic class and a Ponzi scheme masquerading as an economy, Americans were treated to various manufactured “incidents,” such as the one involving a man with a variety of pre-existing conditions who somehow was able to say “I can’t breathe” a chemist’s dozen times; and then there are the “hands-up-don’t-shoot” and “honest conversations” about the “difficulties of race in America”—destructive nonsense that masked trillions of dollars being funneled into the hands of the private equity magnates scrapping the country for parts.
With Ahmaud Arbery and George Floyd, plus the Amy Cooper Central Park dog-pile, the media created massive outcry against “systemic racism” and stoked anti-White hatred as perfect outlets for the frustration felt by so many with a system that is in fact using and exploiting them, but in ways that are clearly not understood. In buying into the media narrative and acting out their grievances in a typically violent fashion, the ruling class’s favored voting blocs/hyper-consumers/foot soldiers unwittingly do their bidding, acting out not against the system that is exploiting them, but the extant population the ruling class is trying to replace! Adding insult to injury, virtually all of these would-be martyrs are felons and general low-lifes. Their biographies sufficiently sanitized, these aspiring rappers or whatever the media says rather than their actual “professions,” the Democratic establishment shamelessly panders to the “demands” of the mob without ever meeting them, their “concerns” given frustration through looting and wanton violence. This rioting is often also encouraged by Black political figures in a weird kind of infantilizing where they must be given “space to vent their frustrations” or some such thing, although the torching of their own environs does in fact resemble a lethal version of a toddler’s temper tantrum. Interestingly enough, the mob’s concerns over “systemic racism” always seem to involve looting stores for televisions and such.
Said concerns are favored even by the champagne socialists’ Messiah the Jewish carpenter Bernie Sanders, who despite being a buffoon, once addressed genuine working-class concerns and raised important questions about wealth inequality and the practices of Wall Street; he now seems to have been co-opted and before meekly conceding his presidential bid yet again was running a campaign around the same manufactured social issues as the rest of the Democratic field. This noise obscures real issues caused primarily by global capital, and, for what it’s worth, Sanders’s particular ethno-religious identity—despite it not appearing to inform much of his self-perceived identity—awarded him far greater latitude than if I was in the same position. In-group differences are generally dealt with much differently than genuine threats to the status quo, and Sanders’s inherent meekness and sound and fury signifying nothing were never a genuine threat.
The public-private debate is another false dilemma. Real nations with racial and ethnic identities, traditions, and values have become nothing but GDP farms; screaming about privilege and various inequalities—easily explained by biological differences between the races and sexes—masks the real inequalities generated by a society predicated on nothing but corporate tax cuts and investment banking. Brown people are being exploited, but not in the way the establishment spins it. White people are being exploited, too, and Blacks, and Yellows, and Browns…If there is a commonality between the races, it’s this: we’re all being screwed by the same people.
The difference is, in Western nations, indigenous Whites are being targeted for oblivion, and the government bestows special privileges in hiring and college admissions and Whites’ largess via taxes, sweat, and blood on—and a dual legal system that grants special latitude to—non-Whites. For now. In their own countries, however, self-determination is not allowed. Any nation that tries to wander off the neo-liberal plantation is either destroyed or quickly brought to heel, or else feels the combined weight of the globalist establishment in the form of economic sanctions, media vilification, espionage, et cetera. Remember when Bolivia’s former President Evo Morales cut ties with Israel and recognized Palestine as a sovereign state? Well, one of the first moves of the “new government” after the American-, Brazilian-, and Israeli-backed coup was successful in November 2019 was to “normalize” relations with Israel; the reader may recall concurrent “unrest” in Venezuela fomented by the globalist axis as well the presence of IDF forces on Brazilian soil in January 2019 under the pretense of a “search-and-rescue” mission. (Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro is extremely close with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.) If you believe these events are all happening independent of each other then I have a Joe Rogan podcast for you to listen to!
The ultimate goal is the erasure of all distinct groups of people into a global mélange of deracinated serfs, minus one group of course. They bemoan terrorism in the country they stole, yet facilitate it abroad! In addition to the Jewish role in transformative immigration across the West, their use of the Western military apparatus to wreck and Balkanize every non-compliant country in the Middle East and increasingly South America has generated millions of real refugees who have to go somewhere right? And those numbers are then of course swollen by multiples with subsidized economic migrants.
 Mannon, Susan E., et al., “Keeping Them in Their Place: Migrant Women Workers in Spain’s Strawberry Industry,” September 2, 2011, International Journal of Sociology of Agriculture & Food, Vol. 19, No. 1, p. 84.
 According to HIAS, “In 1891, Jewish residents of Moscow, St. Petersburg and Kiev were expelled and many came to America. Ellis Island was the place of entry for these new arrivals. The Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society was there to facilitate legal entry, reception and immediate care for them.” According to their Wikipedia entry, “Working with the U.S. government, the government of Israel, the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, and a host of non-governmental organizations, HIAS assists refugees with U.S. resettlement and follows through with immigrant integration and citizenship programs…In the United States, HIAS helps resettle refugees from around the world through a national affiliate network of Jewish agencies. It coordinates resettlement services, provides extensive integration and citizenship programs for Russian speaking refugees and immigrants, and gives scholarships to refugees. HIAS also advocates for immigration laws with a network of Jewish, interfaith, and other partners in Washington, DC and nationwide. Additionally, HIAS promotes educational initiatives that encourage Jewish communities to engage in refugee aid and services…In Latin America, HIAS provides full-service counseling, legal services, and humanitarian assistance for Colombian refugees fleeing to Ecuador and Venezuela. It also facilitates the resettlement and integration of refugees in Argentina and Uruguay. HIAS opened its newest Latin American office in Costa Rica, in February 2017… In Vienna and Kyiv, HIAS helps Jews and others from 43 countries receive protection and seek asylum or resettlement. In 2016 HIAS opened an office on the Greek island of Lesvos to provide legal services for refugees arriving by sea, predominantly from Syria.”
 Sieff, Kevin, “The migrant debt cycle,” November 4, 2019. The Washington Post.