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From Gulf News: From Al-Jazeera: 600 Africans stranded after traveling to Costa Rica Government warns of a possible looming crisis as it blocks hundreds of people from moving forward en route to US. John Holman | 21 Apr 2016 11:28 GMT | Latin America, Costa Rica, Migrants More than 600 people from several African countries... Read More
One of the more curious aspects of the coverage of "Europe's migrant crisis" is the apparent assumption that Europe couldn't possibly do anything to keep Asians and Africans from crossing the Mediterranean because that would require naval forces, and whoever heard of Europe having boats in the water? But European navies not only exist, they... Read More
From the translation in Gates of Vienna of an interview with Thilo Sarrazin, German central banker and author of the 2011 mega-seller Germany Abolishes Itself. The translated interview from Die Zeit: Thilo Sarrazin: “You Are Welcome to Ask Me What I Would Do if I Were Head of Frontex”[1] Interview with Thilo Sarrazin by Tina... Read More
From the ominously entitled Slaughter & Rees Report issued by Dartmouth's Tuck MBA school: Slaughter & Rees Report: How Refugees Can Revive Europe’s Economies BY MATTHEW SLAUGHTER AND MATTHEW REES NOV 02, 2015 Continuing to stream into and across Europe, the refugees risking their lives for hope confront the continent’s policymakers with a more prosaic... Read More
Following up my review last week in Taki's Magazine of Submission, Michel Houellebecq's novel about a future Islamic takeover of France, here are some other reviews: - Noah Millman argues that Submission is not satire but Houellebecq's personal fantasy of arranged polygamous marriage. But why can't it be both at the same time? Top writers... Read More
key part of imposing the Camp of the Saints on Europe is to demoralize Europeans with the argument that it's impossible for European countries to maintain land and sea borders: Whaddaya whaddaya? Dontcha know, the migrant always gets through! Two obvious counter-examples, however, are Israel and Australia. Israel is tricky to demonize for obvious reasons,... Read More
With my review currently up in Taki's Magazine of Loren Stein's terrific translation in English of Michel Houellebecq's Submission, I think it's timely to repost my version of Houellebecq's scenario for how the the second place Muslim finisher in the French Presidential election of 2022 would form a grand coalition to defeat the first place... Read More
From the New York Times: Distinguishing Minors From Adults in Migrant Tide 5:35 AM ET PASSAU, Germany — Newly arrived migrants were lining up at the train station in this border town for their first registration one recent evening. In a group of young Afghans traveling on their own, Matin, from Kabul, said he was... Read More
From my column in Taki's Magazine: Reactionary author Michel Houellebecq’s novel about an Islamic takeover of France, Submission, was published the day of the slaughter at Charlie Hebdo. In fact, the satirical publication’s cover that bloody morning was a cartoon of the notoriously decrepit-looking Houellebecq prophesying, “In 2015, I lose my teeth. In 2022, I... Read More
Chancellor Merkel is starting to notice that her decision to unilaterally trash E.U. rules and let in countless Muslim from Syria (population 19 million) and who knows from where else maybe isn't quite working out so hot. But, don't worry, she's come up with a new solution to fix her old solution: She'll get the... Read More
From the Daily Mail: As Stalin might say if he were around today, No brain, no problem. People who were subjected to this treatment reported that their belief in God dropped by a third following the stimulation, while there was an increase in positive feelings towards immigrants. The study was carried out by Dr Keise... Read More
What with demand for Volkswagens soaring, German Chancellor Merkel's decision to let in (literally) countless numbers of newcomers from the Muslim world is being hailed as an economic masterstroke that will counteract the deleterious wage-boosting effects of the number of working-age residents in Germany being otherwise expected to plunge from 49.2 million in 2013 all... Read More
For Peace Prize punters, here are the latest odds fr0m NicerOdds.co.uk. For some reason, I don't see Clock Boy's name on the Peace Prize list, although I had him down as a sure bet for the Physics Nobel for inventing Time, so what do I know? Dr. Mukwege sounds like he'd be a worthy winner.... Read More
From the New York Times op-ed page: Uh, you know, that's called Germany trampling on the rule of law. Instead of
You may have wondered why, outside of my repetitious drumbeat, there has been so little comment on how the Gulf Arabs aren't spending their money to help their Muslim brethren in need. One reason is because they have better things to spend their money on, such as the American think tanks who provide the press... Read More
European Union officials are trying to bribe Turkey's prime minister into cutting down on the outflow of Muslims from Turkey to the EU. From The Telegraph, here's the latest carrot they are an interview with Jean-Claude Juncker: Titl
From Yahoo News: 'Finland's no good': Disappointed migrants turn back AFP By Anne Kauranen Tornio (Finland) (AFP) - Hundreds of predominantly Iraqi migrants who have travelled through Europe to reach Finland are turning back, saying they don't want to stay in the sparsely-populated country on Europe's northern frontier because it's too cold and boring. Migrants... Read More
In rearranging the deck chairs on the Titanic news, from the New York Times: European Union Ministers Approve Plan to Distribute Refugees By JAMES KANTER SEPT. 22, 2015 BRUSSELS — European Union ministers approved a plan on Tuesday that compels member countries to take in 120,000 migrants seeking refuge on the Continent, despite strong objections... Read More
And another graph that explains the migrant crises of 2016-2100
The demographers of the United Nation's Population Division have quietly released their World Population Prospects: 2015 Revision report. Above is a graph I put together from their new data that explains much about the "Migrant Crisis" of 2015. As you can see, way back in 1950, the population of the Middle East was only 18%... Read More
From the New York Times: A half hour ago, this headline began "15,000 Migrants." LONDON — As key nations tighten their borders, thousands of migrants and asylum seekers hoping to enter Western Europe are now bottled up in the Balkans, placing precarious new burdens on a region of lingering sectarian divisions that is exceptionally ill... Read More
What's going on in Europe is like a children's game, such as Hot Potato or Musical Chairs. When Germany clamped down on its border with Austria, that sent the message that the northern European states were starting to come to their senses, which means that states further south are in danger of getting stuck with... Read More
The Western world has had relatively few national leaders who were unambiguously 100% Jewish in ancestry, upbringing, religion, and ethnic identification. The American presidency, for example, remains remarkably WASP-dominated. But going back to Queen Victoria's favorite prime minister, Benjamin Disraeli, who identified strongly as a racial Jew while espousing Anglicanism as his religion, there has... Read More
This is the opening to the late Tory MP Enoch Powell's 1968 speech endorsing immigration restriction: The supreme function of statesmanship is to provide against preventable evils. In seeking to do so, it encounters obstacles which are deeply rooted in human nature. One is that by the very order of things such evils are not... Read More
If Jeb Bush is elected President in November 2016, how fast would a migrant flash mob bearing signs reading "¡Acto de Amor!" form at U.S. border crossings? The day after his inauguration? Or, more likely, the evening of his election, allowing lame duck President Obama to announce "the People have spoken" and order the gates... Read More
From the NYT: S0, immigrant resentment and hostility just gets worse in the second generation? Maybe Eu
Almost 7 billion people live in countries poorer than U.S., 6 billion in countries poorer than Puerto Rico
Out of the 187 countries represented by spheres, highlighted countries from bottom left to top right include: Pakistan is the pink sphere, Nigeria black, India indigo, Indonesia dark red, China mint green, Brazil blue, Mexico brown, Poland purple, UK yellow, Germany green, and USA red-white-and-blue red. It's hard for Westerners to grasp how many people... Read More
Top story in the New York Times: Facing Migrant Crisis, Germany Sets Emergency Border Controls By MELISSA EDDY, RICK LYMAN and ALISON SMALE 44 minutes ago Interior Minister Thomas de Maizière announced that Germany would impose temporary controls at its southern border with Austria, after thousands have crossed over in recent weeks. ... The move... Read More
The Gallup Poll reports based on surveying 452,000 people in 151 countries in 2009-2011: Of course, 640 million adults wanting to emigrate does not included their dependent children and dependent elders. So, that's more like a billion or so. We're Number One! We're Number One! Keep in mind that America is the first choice of... Read More
Let's review the NYT's top headlines of the moment: You know, only 3 governments -- Germany, Sweden, and Austria -- of the 28 in the European Union are enthusiastic about Ms. Merkel's unilateral putsch against Europe's indigenous people. So Jean-Claude Juncker is calling for the great majority of European governments to surrender to the German... Read More
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