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The Gaddafi Corollary is the now widespread belief, enunciated by Colonel Gadaffi in 2005, that American belongs not to American citizens but to the entire world.

Gaddafiism is the obvious logical corollary to the American Establishment’s motto of Invade the World, Invite the World.

If the U.S. gets to rip up its 2003 deal with the late Colonel, drop bombs on him, and pay a mob to sodomize him to death, then it’s only fair the Colonel, and all his fellow clansmen, should get to move to America any time he feels like, right?

In recent days, the Gaddafi Corollary has been endorsed by such luminaries as former Iranian president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and now by the Anderson Cooper of Conquistador-Americans, Univision anchorman Jorge Ramos.

From Breitbart:

Jorge Ramos: America Is ‘Our Country, Not Theirs’—‘And We Are Not Going to Leave’

by KATIE MCHUGH 27 Feb 20176,250

Univision senior anchor Jorge Ramos declared on Friday that the United States belongs to Latino migrants, emphatically stating to a Spanish-speaking audience that “it is our country, not theirs.” …

Ramos, who immigrated to the U.S. from Mexico, frequently portrays American law as unjust and prejudiced and supports open borders.

“The taboo issue of an open border should be tackled. Not now. Politically it is impossible even to discuss that. But I don’t see why we can’t have in North America the same immigration that they have within the European Union,” Ramos said to Time magazine in 2014. …

And Ramos’ views are not fringe ones in Mexico: A 2013 poll found that 66 percent of Mexicans believe the U.S. government has no right to limit immigration, while 52 percent said Mexicans have a right to be in the United States. Another 88 percent said it is fine to enter the U.S. illegally if one needs money. Over half, 56 percent, said they had friends or family who tried to immigrate to the U.S. illegally.

 
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  1. I imagine that a poll of Mexicans on the rights of Central Americans to freely move to Mexico with an open border southern border would yield quite different results. When I lived in Mexico, one of the few sets of laws that they actually took seriously and enforced had to do with immigration.

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    • Agree: Travis
    • Replies: @Jefferson
    "I imagine that a poll of Mexicans on the rights of Central Americans to freely move to Mexico with an open border southern border would yield quite different results. When I lived in Mexico, one of the few sets of laws that they actually took seriously and enforced had to do with immigration."

    Mexicans are hypocrites on immigration, which is a typical Nonwhite trait.
    , @Fidelios Automata
    Ditto. It should include Yanks, of course.
    Surely I should be able to move down to Oaxaca anytime I like, buy property, etc.
    Anything less is fascism.
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  2. Looks like a typo:

    “. . . then it’s only [ ] the Colonel should get to move to America any time he feels like, right?”

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  3. So far it looks like the Trump plan is to not punish employers and not to imprison illegal immigrants but just deport what can only be a trivial portion of them. That’s not gonna work when 88 percent of Mexicans thinks its a-ok to illegally immigrate.

    His (mostly terrible) cabinet picks indicate Trump doesn’t seem to think its acceptable for the government to punish corporations and businessmen for much of anything, whether it be employing illegal immigrants or polluting waterways. So the prospects definitely don’t look good given that Trump has a general (possibly a genuine, philosophical one, thought i doubt it) objection to the linchpin of an effective immigration policy.

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    • Agree: International Jew
    • Replies: @IHTG
    There's also that thing that starts with a W
    , @Ed
    You have to give things time to play out. Already ICE agent morale has been boosted, which means they are psyched to do their jobs. There's s story in the LAT that shows illegals are having second thoughts of coming to America and their nemesis is "Troomp". Next step is to get e-verify expanded & some high profile raids. Another promising sign is that after sympathetic portrayals of captured illegals, the illegals remain captured. Before during Obama era they'd be released, rarely deported.
    http://www.latimes.com/world/mexico-americas/la-fg-mexico-border-nogales-20170227-story.html
  4. “And Ramos’ views are not fringe ones in Mexico: A 2013 poll found that 66 percent of Mexicans believe the U.S. government has no right to limit immigration, while 52 percent said Mexicans have a right to be in the United States. Another 88 percent said it is fine to enter the U.S. illegally if one needs money. Over half, 56 percent, said they had friends or family who tried to immigrate to the U.S. illegally.”

    But but but but Mexicans are by far the most Right Wing Conservative ethnic group in the world by a huge landslide according to many people here on The Unz like Anon, Njguy, SFG, and that Chink guy Daniel Chieh. There is no way Mexicans politically support open borders.

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    • Replies: @syonredux
    The obvious solution to this problem: more Muslim immigration!
    , @Lord Jeff Sessions
    I'm not a betting man, but if I was I wouldn't be betting against the possibility that these are hate hoaxes.
  6. I wonder why Jorge Ramos immigrated to The United States? Being a national senior news anchor in Mexico doesn’t pay well even with the low cost of living there? Was Jorge living in bone crushing poverty in Mexico on his Mexican news anchor salary?

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    • Replies: @Rob McX
    There were news stories rotting in the fields.
    , @Bill B.
    Why indeed move to a country where you appear to loathe the majority?

    Imagine moving to Italy to make it your life's work to disenfranchise Italians and crowd up the country with newcomers?

    No wonder Jorge Ramos comes across as such a repellant character - eating out inside by lovingly embraced hate.
  7. Translation: “I prefer to be in a country full of white people instead of one where whites are holed up in gated compounds to avoid the criminal behavior of the Aztec masses.

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    • Replies: @Jefferson
    "Translation: “I prefer to be in a country full of white people instead of one where whites are holed up in gated compounds to avoid the criminal behavior of the Aztec masses."

    It's like George Lopez who always bashes White people even though he lives in an extremely wealthy affluent neighborhood of Los Angeles where the vast majority of residents do not have last names that end with the letter Z (Lopez, Hernandez, Chavez, Menendez, Diaz, Ramirez, Alvarez, Sanchez, Marquez, etc).

    Why doesn't George Lopez want to live in a Los Angeles neighborhood where the majority of residents have last names that end with the letter Z? Why aren't those types of Los Angeles neighborhoods good enough for that puto pinche pendejo?

  8. The American continent was around for thousands of years without anyone being able or willing to claim it or exploit its potential. But now that whites have made it ready for habitation, it belongs to the whole world. Judging by the percentage of Mexicans who approve of emigration by their countrymen to the US, they have a very low opinion of their own country or of Mexicans’ ability to turn it into a viable nation state.

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    • Replies: @Anotheranon
    "they have a very low opinion of their own country or of Mexicans’ ability to turn it into a viable nation state"

    One of the big trends of contemporary life is how both Western elites, and the people of Third World countries, have essentially given up on the idea that the Third World can be improved to the point that people can have a decent life there.

    This subject deserves to be explored in more detail. It's basically the reverse of the "Winds of Change" optimism that greeted decolonization.
  9. @Jefferson
    I wonder why Jorge Ramos immigrated to The United States? Being a national senior news anchor in Mexico doesn't pay well even with the low cost of living there? Was Jorge living in bone crushing poverty in Mexico on his Mexican news anchor salary?

    There were news stories rotting in the fields.

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  10. @TheBoom
    I imagine that a poll of Mexicans on the rights of Central Americans to freely move to Mexico with an open border southern border would yield quite different results. When I lived in Mexico, one of the few sets of laws that they actually took seriously and enforced had to do with immigration.

    “I imagine that a poll of Mexicans on the rights of Central Americans to freely move to Mexico with an open border southern border would yield quite different results. When I lived in Mexico, one of the few sets of laws that they actually took seriously and enforced had to do with immigration.”

    Mexicans are hypocrites on immigration, which is a typical Nonwhite trait.

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    • Replies: @RealJohn
    "Mexicans are hypocrites on immigration, which is a typical Nonwhite trait."

    Hypocrisy is not limited to any ethnic group just look at Congress or the Republican Party a bunch of white hypocrites. Very stupid statement.
  11. @Anonymous
    https://twitter.com/cjwerleman/status/836377993643618304

    The obvious solution to this problem: more Muslim immigration!

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    • Replies: @Kyle McKenna
    It remains beyond the imagination of our MSM overlords that anonymous telephone calls are really easy to make. Similarly that graveyard vandalism happens all the time, and always has, but is only international headline material when, well, you know.

    Meanwhile it still blows my mind that any people believe that they have the right to someone else's country. Mind you, it would be inconceivable if it weren't also true that half the people in that country agreed.
  12. @AndrewR
    Translation: "I prefer to be in a country full of white people instead of one where whites are holed up in gated compounds to avoid the criminal behavior of the Aztec masses.

    “Translation: “I prefer to be in a country full of white people instead of one where whites are holed up in gated compounds to avoid the criminal behavior of the Aztec masses.”

    It’s like George Lopez who always bashes White people even though he lives in an extremely wealthy affluent neighborhood of Los Angeles where the vast majority of residents do not have last names that end with the letter Z (Lopez, Hernandez, Chavez, Menendez, Diaz, Ramirez, Alvarez, Sanchez, Marquez, etc).

    Why doesn’t George Lopez want to live in a Los Angeles neighborhood where the majority of residents have last names that end with the letter Z? Why aren’t those types of Los Angeles neighborhoods good enough for that puto pinche pendejo?

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  13. The German forces that conquered Poland in 1939 numbered approximately 1.5 million…. uncannily similar to the number of young men who answered Merkel’s invitation to Hegira their way to Germany.

    Had that appalling Austrian “encouraged” the same number, one and a half million uninformed wretched hungry and horny young German men instead of the Wehrmacht to go to Poland, they’d probably today still be speaking much more German on the Weichsel…

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  14. Jorge Ramos is a nice example of “Better to reign in hell, than serve in heaven.” As a pureblood Spaniard (at least that’s what he looks like) he could have easily assimilated and identified as a White man, hell he could have spoken at Amren if he wanted to. But no, he’d rather be the Moses of Mestizos and Mayans.

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    • Agree: AndrewR
    • Replies: @Jimi
    Jorge Ramos looks much more handsome on TV than real life. I've seen him in real life and he looks like a small wiry old man.
    , @Jimi
    American Renaissance actually had a Mexican nationalist speaker last year: Fernando Cortés

    https://www.amren.com/2016-ar-conference/
    , @Jefferson
    "But no, he’d rather be the Moses of Mestizos and Mayans."

    Jorge Ramos is part of The Coalition Of The Fringes.
  15. Univision senior anchor Jorge Ramos declared on Friday that the United States belongs to Latino migrants, emphatically stating to a Spanish-speaking audience that “it is our country, not theirs.” …

    Because it was Mexicans who built the United States, including the Empire State building; built the first airplane, won WW2 and the space race, and developed the microchip and computer.

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    • Replies: @Forbes

    emphatically stating to a Spanish-speaking audience
     
    Speaking a European language, Ramos stakes a claim to the United States. Irony knows no bounds.
    , @Stan Adams
    It was black women who got us to the moon, not Mexicans. Haven't you seen Hidden Figures?
  16. Credit where credit is due. Uber-liberal icon Senator Eugene McCarthy saw this coming and spoke out against it in a book published in 1992:

    A Colony of the World: The United States Today : America’s Senior Statesman Warns His Countrymen

    In this powerful book, Senator Eugene McCarthy explains how America has been turning into a colony of the rest of the world–a captive of its self-imposed duty to police the world, its borders a mockery for all to cross. McCarthy speaks frankly with the clear voice of reason at a time when issues are obscured by misleading advertising and election-time rhetoric.

    https://www.amazon.com/Colony-World-Americas-Statesman-Countrymen/dp/0781801028

    I have a signed copy!

    From page 102:

    “Our refusal to recognize or our reluctance to assert the relative merits of our culture and way of life, compared with the immigrant cultures, is surprising. For all its faults our (Eurocentric) culture is the most open, most democratic, most egalitarian, most inclusive society in the history of mankind.”

    Read More
    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
    Thanks, I'll post.
    , @Forbes
    I've found this book, from liberal icon Arthur Schlesinger, Jr. to be a worthwhile read:
    "The Disuniting of America: Reflections on a Multicultural Society"

    https://www.amazon.com/Disuniting-America-Reflections-Multicultural-Enlarged/dp/0393318540/ref=sr_1_2?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1488302651&sr=1-2&keywords=arthur+schlesinger+jr

    In this updated [1998] version of a modern classic, acclaimed historian Arthur M. Schlesinger Jr. strikes a blow against radical multiculturalism. The rising cult of ethnicity, he argues, threatens a common American identity, imperiling the civic ideals that traditionally have bonded immigrants into a nation. Various chapters criticize bilingual education, Afrocentrism, and the use of history as group therapy for minorities. Schlesinger raised eyebrows when he first published this book in 1992 because of his impeccable liberal credentials as a one-time assistant to President Kennedy and long-standing academic champion of FDR's New Deal.--Amazon

    Note: It's a blow against multiculturalism, not the "radical" form of it.

  17. @Guy de Champlagne
    So far it looks like the Trump plan is to not punish employers and not to imprison illegal immigrants but just deport what can only be a trivial portion of them. That's not gonna work when 88 percent of Mexicans thinks its a-ok to illegally immigrate.

    His (mostly terrible) cabinet picks indicate Trump doesn't seem to think its acceptable for the government to punish corporations and businessmen for much of anything, whether it be employing illegal immigrants or polluting waterways. So the prospects definitely don't look good given that Trump has a general (possibly a genuine, philosophical one, thought i doubt it) objection to the linchpin of an effective immigration policy.

    There’s also that thing that starts with a W

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  18. @Tim Howells
    Credit where credit is due. Uber-liberal icon Senator Eugene McCarthy saw this coming and spoke out against it in a book published in 1992:

    A Colony of the World: The United States Today : America's Senior Statesman Warns His Countrymen

    In this powerful book, Senator Eugene McCarthy explains how America has been turning into a colony of the rest of the world--a captive of its self-imposed duty to police the world, its borders a mockery for all to cross. McCarthy speaks frankly with the clear voice of reason at a time when issues are obscured by misleading advertising and election-time rhetoric.

    https://www.amazon.com/Colony-World-Americas-Statesman-Countrymen/dp/0781801028

    I have a signed copy!

    From page 102:

    "Our refusal to recognize or our reluctance to assert the relative merits of our culture and way of life, compared with the immigrant cultures, is surprising. For all its faults our (Eurocentric) culture is the most open, most democratic, most egalitarian, most inclusive society in the history of mankind."

    Thanks, I’ll post.

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  19. @Guy de Champlagne
    So far it looks like the Trump plan is to not punish employers and not to imprison illegal immigrants but just deport what can only be a trivial portion of them. That's not gonna work when 88 percent of Mexicans thinks its a-ok to illegally immigrate.

    His (mostly terrible) cabinet picks indicate Trump doesn't seem to think its acceptable for the government to punish corporations and businessmen for much of anything, whether it be employing illegal immigrants or polluting waterways. So the prospects definitely don't look good given that Trump has a general (possibly a genuine, philosophical one, thought i doubt it) objection to the linchpin of an effective immigration policy.

    You have to give things time to play out. Already ICE agent morale has been boosted, which means they are psyched to do their jobs. There’s s story in the LAT that shows illegals are having second thoughts of coming to America and their nemesis is “Troomp”. Next step is to get e-verify expanded & some high profile raids. Another promising sign is that after sympathetic portrayals of captured illegals, the illegals remain captured. Before during Obama era they’d be released, rarely deported.

    http://www.latimes.com/world/mexico-americas/la-fg-mexico-border-nogales-20170227-story.html

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    • Replies: @Alfa158
    There are some real gems in that article:
    - "Trump has gotten deep into people's heads." Yep, and not just in Mexico.
    - Nogales used have a thriving Chinese community, driven out in a wave of xenophobia. Imagine that.
    - The Mexican government has an agency called Grupo Beta dedicated to helping people emigrate. The Mexican government is just as active north of the border. That needs to be stopped. How stupid is it for the US to allow a foreign government to actively support illegal activity inside the US? In a sane world that would be grounds for cutting diplomatic and commercial ties.
    - I don't get how dousing vehicles with pepper extract would work for drug smuggling. Wouldn't it simply tag the vehicle as carrying drugs and get it searched for sure?
    , @Guy de Champlagne
    I worry that the media is just very cleverly manipulating both sides. Talking up enforcement in order to make anti immigration forces complacent and galvanize the pro immigrant side.

    So far I have not seen any solid statistical evidence showing any change. The drudge report had this link but if you read it, you see that the headline is highly misleading and that illegal immigration is actually UP compared to the same time last year.

    http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2017/feb/27/illegal-immigration-dropped-27-percent-january/
  20. @syonredux
    The obvious solution to this problem: more Muslim immigration!

    It remains beyond the imagination of our MSM overlords that anonymous telephone calls are really easy to make. Similarly that graveyard vandalism happens all the time, and always has, but is only international headline material when, well, you know.

    Meanwhile it still blows my mind that any people believe that they have the right to someone else’s country. Mind you, it would be inconceivable if it weren’t also true that half the people in that country agreed.

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    • Replies: @Father O'Hara
    Jews are far more concerned about overturned stones than they are about overturned white people. So screw em.
    Years ago we had a thing like this in Chicago. Only in that case it was real,not fake, stone turning. (It was some Russian "hooligans".)
    Cook Co Sheriff Tom Dart wound up on TV,on a platform,with 5 or 6 bearded Jews surrounding him. He was almost in tears.
    " I vow to the moon and stars I will not rest until the perpetrators of this crime--sob--are brought to JUSTICE!! They cannot hide Blah Blah Blah!!!"
    This was the top story.
  21. @Kyle McKenna
    It remains beyond the imagination of our MSM overlords that anonymous telephone calls are really easy to make. Similarly that graveyard vandalism happens all the time, and always has, but is only international headline material when, well, you know.

    Meanwhile it still blows my mind that any people believe that they have the right to someone else's country. Mind you, it would be inconceivable if it weren't also true that half the people in that country agreed.

    Jews are far more concerned about overturned stones than they are about overturned white people. So screw em.
    Years ago we had a thing like this in Chicago. Only in that case it was real,not fake, stone turning. (It was some Russian “hooligans”.)
    Cook Co Sheriff Tom Dart wound up on TV,on a platform,with 5 or 6 bearded Jews surrounding him. He was almost in tears.
    ” I vow to the moon and stars I will not rest until the perpetrators of this crime–sob–are brought to JUSTICE!! They cannot hide Blah Blah Blah!!!”
    This was the top story.

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  22. Aren’t they really just saying that European peoples belong to the world? It’s as if everyone believes we’re a natural resource without which the good life they’re entitled to just wouldn’t be possible, like oil or fresh water.

    They have many names for us: opportunity, freedom, a “better life,” etc., but it all boils down to everyone believing they have a right to be wherever the white people are – and that those white people have no right to opt out of this scheme.

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  23. Anonymous says:     Show CommentNext New Comment

    How dare you put locks on your home and passwords on your computer? Its really the same thing, a country is just a community-owned extension of my property. As part of that community, you, not someone from another community, are the one who puts in, the one whose ancestors put in, and the one who gets to partake.

    Ramos goes even farther, claiming, “how dare you have a right to live in your home and use your own computer? It belongs to us.”

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  24. Great comments all, but I just wanted to ask Steve (after you get some rest, that is):

    Did you run out of different ways to spell the ex-Libyan strongman’s name? I thought you had been on a quest before where you would find a new spelling every time, or is his first name part of the game too?

    Pray tell, what was the young man’s name?:

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  25. Does the Mexican Government have the right to limit immigration? Maybe 40 million Americans should just suddenly move there.

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  26. “The taboo issue of an open border should be tackled. Not now. Politically it is impossible even to discuss that. But I don’t see why we can’t have in North America the same immigration that they have within the European Union,” Ramos said…”

    Because Mexico sucks, Jorge, and I don’t see any value in it for me and mine. Pretty simple really.

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  27. @Ed
    You have to give things time to play out. Already ICE agent morale has been boosted, which means they are psyched to do their jobs. There's s story in the LAT that shows illegals are having second thoughts of coming to America and their nemesis is "Troomp". Next step is to get e-verify expanded & some high profile raids. Another promising sign is that after sympathetic portrayals of captured illegals, the illegals remain captured. Before during Obama era they'd be released, rarely deported.
    http://www.latimes.com/world/mexico-americas/la-fg-mexico-border-nogales-20170227-story.html

    There are some real gems in that article:
    - “Trump has gotten deep into people’s heads.” Yep, and not just in Mexico.
    - Nogales used have a thriving Chinese community, driven out in a wave of xenophobia. Imagine that.
    - The Mexican government has an agency called Grupo Beta dedicated to helping people emigrate. The Mexican government is just as active north of the border. That needs to be stopped. How stupid is it for the US to allow a foreign government to actively support illegal activity inside the US? In a sane world that would be grounds for cutting diplomatic and commercial ties.
    - I don’t get how dousing vehicles with pepper extract would work for drug smuggling. Wouldn’t it simply tag the vehicle as carrying drugs and get it searched for sure?

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  28. @Stealth
    Aren't they really just saying that European peoples belong to the world? It's as if everyone believes we're a natural resource without which the good life they're entitled to just wouldn't be possible, like oil or fresh water.

    They have many names for us: opportunity, freedom, a "better life," etc., but it all boils down to everyone believing they have a right to be wherever the white people are - and that those white people have no right to opt out of this scheme.

    Nicely put.

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  29. @Anonymous
    https://twitter.com/cjwerleman/status/836377993643618304

    I’m not a betting man, but if I was I wouldn’t be betting against the possibility that these are hate hoaxes.

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  30. Check out this story on Google News. It’s covered only by the Deplorable Press. The MSM, on the other hand, has gone all chimp cage: see, hear, say no evil. “If we don’t mutate it, it’s not real news.”

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  31. How stupid is it for the US to allow a foreign government to actively support illegal activity inside the US? In a sane world that would be grounds for cutting diplomatic and commercial ties.

    Listen, Alfa158, we’re kinda right in the middle of something right now, and don’t have time to listen to all these complaints – we’re putting your tax money to good use with our 100 million man-hour (and BLT(G*)-hour) investigation into the rumors that the RUSSIANS possibly made public some original emails that made a certain AntiChrist wannabe not look like a straight-arrow as a candidate for US president. Do you understand our priorities here!

    Your concerns will be addressed, time permitting within our mandated 720-day response window. Please leave a message in either Spanish or Arabic or press #P-I-S-S-O-F-F for Englaish.

    Sincerely,

    Assistant to the Regional Secretary for the Ministry of Border Control

    * Whoa, don’t forget the guacamole! (easily triggered – a very sensitive vegetable fruit!)

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  32. @Rob McX
    The American continent was around for thousands of years without anyone being able or willing to claim it or exploit its potential. But now that whites have made it ready for habitation, it belongs to the whole world. Judging by the percentage of Mexicans who approve of emigration by their countrymen to the US, they have a very low opinion of their own country or of Mexicans' ability to turn it into a viable nation state.

    “they have a very low opinion of their own country or of Mexicans’ ability to turn it into a viable nation state”

    One of the big trends of contemporary life is how both Western elites, and the people of Third World countries, have essentially given up on the idea that the Third World can be improved to the point that people can have a decent life there.

    This subject deserves to be explored in more detail. It’s basically the reverse of the “Winds of Change” optimism that greeted decolonization.

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    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
    And yet some classic Third World countries, such as China, have made huge progress and some random ones, like Panama, are much better off. Life expectancies in Latin America are now quite good.
  33. @Amasius
    Jorge Ramos is a nice example of "Better to reign in hell, than serve in heaven." As a pureblood Spaniard (at least that's what he looks like) he could have easily assimilated and identified as a White man, hell he could have spoken at Amren if he wanted to. But no, he'd rather be the Moses of Mestizos and Mayans.

    Jorge Ramos looks much more handsome on TV than real life. I’ve seen him in real life and he looks like a small wiry old man.

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  34. @Escher

    Univision senior anchor Jorge Ramos declared on Friday that the United States belongs to Latino migrants, emphatically stating to a Spanish-speaking audience that “it is our country, not theirs.” …
     
    Because it was Mexicans who built the United States, including the Empire State building; built the first airplane, won WW2 and the space race, and developed the microchip and computer.

    emphatically stating to a Spanish-speaking audience

    Speaking a European language, Ramos stakes a claim to the United States. Irony knows no bounds.

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  35. @Amasius
    Jorge Ramos is a nice example of "Better to reign in hell, than serve in heaven." As a pureblood Spaniard (at least that's what he looks like) he could have easily assimilated and identified as a White man, hell he could have spoken at Amren if he wanted to. But no, he'd rather be the Moses of Mestizos and Mayans.

    American Renaissance actually had a Mexican nationalist speaker last year: Fernando Cortés

    https://www.amren.com/2016-ar-conference/

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  36. @Tim Howells
    Credit where credit is due. Uber-liberal icon Senator Eugene McCarthy saw this coming and spoke out against it in a book published in 1992:

    A Colony of the World: The United States Today : America's Senior Statesman Warns His Countrymen

    In this powerful book, Senator Eugene McCarthy explains how America has been turning into a colony of the rest of the world--a captive of its self-imposed duty to police the world, its borders a mockery for all to cross. McCarthy speaks frankly with the clear voice of reason at a time when issues are obscured by misleading advertising and election-time rhetoric.

    https://www.amazon.com/Colony-World-Americas-Statesman-Countrymen/dp/0781801028

    I have a signed copy!

    From page 102:

    "Our refusal to recognize or our reluctance to assert the relative merits of our culture and way of life, compared with the immigrant cultures, is surprising. For all its faults our (Eurocentric) culture is the most open, most democratic, most egalitarian, most inclusive society in the history of mankind."

    I’ve found this book, from liberal icon Arthur Schlesinger, Jr. to be a worthwhile read:
    “The Disuniting of America: Reflections on a Multicultural Society”

    https://www.amazon.com/Disuniting-America-Reflections-Multicultural-Enlarged/dp/0393318540/ref=sr_1_2?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1488302651&sr=1-2&keywords=arthur+schlesinger+jr

    In this updated [1998] version of a modern classic, acclaimed historian Arthur M. Schlesinger Jr. strikes a blow against radical multiculturalism. The rising cult of ethnicity, he argues, threatens a common American identity, imperiling the civic ideals that traditionally have bonded immigrants into a nation. Various chapters criticize bilingual education, Afrocentrism, and the use of history as group therapy for minorities. Schlesinger raised eyebrows when he first published this book in 1992 because of his impeccable liberal credentials as a one-time assistant to President Kennedy and long-standing academic champion of FDR’s New Deal.–Amazon

    Note: It’s a blow against multiculturalism, not the “radical” form of it.

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  38. @Amasius
    Jorge Ramos is a nice example of "Better to reign in hell, than serve in heaven." As a pureblood Spaniard (at least that's what he looks like) he could have easily assimilated and identified as a White man, hell he could have spoken at Amren if he wanted to. But no, he'd rather be the Moses of Mestizos and Mayans.

    “But no, he’d rather be the Moses of Mestizos and Mayans.”

    Jorge Ramos is part of The Coalition Of The Fringes.

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  39. Is Jorge Ramos a corporate propaganda whore who pushes open borders mass immigration? Yes he is. But American Patriots must targetize and remove the untrustworthy traitors in the Republican Party who sneakily support nation-wrecking mass immigration before turning in full force against the open borders Democrats.

    Paul Nehlen targetized Paul Ryan in a primary in Wisconsin. Nehlen made the case that Ryan supports open borders mass immigration. Nehlen didn’t remove Ryan this time, but he might take him out next time.

    Mitch McConnell should be targetized for removal just as Nehlen targetized Ryan. McConnell was sneakily supportive of the Illegal Alien Amnesty — Mass Immigration Surge bill(S744) that passed the US Senate in June of 2013. McConnell must be removed from the US Senate. The Speaker of the House at that time, Boehner, refused to allow the Senate bill(S744) to be voted on in the house to avoid a Republican Party bloodbath.

    Jorge Ramos is a nasty corporate propaganda whore dirtbag, but the open borders dirtbags on the Republican side must be dealt with and removed first.

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  40. It sounds to me as if the geniuses in Mexico want another war with Americans since the last one went so swimmingly well for them.

    As Sailer alluded to, America is a republic, meaning it belongs to Americans–not to the immigrants, and certainly not to the liberal elites that hate America and Americans. As such, we have the same right to keep the unwanted out of our country as we do our own homes–and for good reasons, bad reasons, or no reasons at all.

    America for Americans!

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  41. @Ed
    You have to give things time to play out. Already ICE agent morale has been boosted, which means they are psyched to do their jobs. There's s story in the LAT that shows illegals are having second thoughts of coming to America and their nemesis is "Troomp". Next step is to get e-verify expanded & some high profile raids. Another promising sign is that after sympathetic portrayals of captured illegals, the illegals remain captured. Before during Obama era they'd be released, rarely deported.
    http://www.latimes.com/world/mexico-americas/la-fg-mexico-border-nogales-20170227-story.html

    I worry that the media is just very cleverly manipulating both sides. Talking up enforcement in order to make anti immigration forces complacent and galvanize the pro immigrant side.

    So far I have not seen any solid statistical evidence showing any change. The drudge report had this link but if you read it, you see that the headline is highly misleading and that illegal immigration is actually UP compared to the same time last year.

    http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2017/feb/27/illegal-immigration-dropped-27-percent-january/

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  42. @Escher

    Univision senior anchor Jorge Ramos declared on Friday that the United States belongs to Latino migrants, emphatically stating to a Spanish-speaking audience that “it is our country, not theirs.” …
     
    Because it was Mexicans who built the United States, including the Empire State building; built the first airplane, won WW2 and the space race, and developed the microchip and computer.

    It was black women who got us to the moon, not Mexicans. Haven’t you seen Hidden Figures?

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    The Mexicans were the ones who built the Saturn V. These figures were hidden even more, as they were in the US illegally, and were employed and sheltered by the same heroic women who calculated the trajectory to the moon.
  43. @TheBoom
    I imagine that a poll of Mexicans on the rights of Central Americans to freely move to Mexico with an open border southern border would yield quite different results. When I lived in Mexico, one of the few sets of laws that they actually took seriously and enforced had to do with immigration.

    Ditto. It should include Yanks, of course.
    Surely I should be able to move down to Oaxaca anytime I like, buy property, etc.
    Anything less is fascism.

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  44. @Jefferson
    I wonder why Jorge Ramos immigrated to The United States? Being a national senior news anchor in Mexico doesn't pay well even with the low cost of living there? Was Jorge living in bone crushing poverty in Mexico on his Mexican news anchor salary?

    Why indeed move to a country where you appear to loathe the majority?

    Imagine moving to Italy to make it your life’s work to disenfranchise Italians and crowd up the country with newcomers?

    No wonder Jorge Ramos comes across as such a repellant character – eating out inside by lovingly embraced hate.

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  45. I wonder how Jorge Ramos would fell if Mexico got the same medecine he suggest? Just imagine wave of anglo-saxons and/or “tabarnacos” saying then Mexico is our country not theirs. ;-)

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    so true...Mexico prevents Americans or any foreigners from buying land in Baja...otherwise it may well have been bought up by Americans. Foreigners cannot but any Land in Mexico within 100 miles of the ocean. Such a law in America would have prevented Jorge from buying his current home in Florida.
  46. @Anotheranon
    "they have a very low opinion of their own country or of Mexicans’ ability to turn it into a viable nation state"

    One of the big trends of contemporary life is how both Western elites, and the people of Third World countries, have essentially given up on the idea that the Third World can be improved to the point that people can have a decent life there.

    This subject deserves to be explored in more detail. It's basically the reverse of the "Winds of Change" optimism that greeted decolonization.

    And yet some classic Third World countries, such as China, have made huge progress and some random ones, like Panama, are much better off. Life expectancies in Latin America are now quite good.

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  47. @Hrw-500
    I wonder how Jorge Ramos would fell if Mexico got the same medecine he suggest? Just imagine wave of anglo-saxons and/or "tabarnacos" saying then Mexico is our country not theirs. ;-)

    so true…Mexico prevents Americans or any foreigners from buying land in Baja…otherwise it may well have been bought up by Americans. Foreigners cannot but any Land in Mexico within 100 miles of the ocean. Such a law in America would have prevented Jorge from buying his current home in Florida.

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    Yes, the answer to why Tijuana is so much crappier than San Diego is because Mexicans want to keep it that way to keep the gringos out.
  48. @Travis
    so true...Mexico prevents Americans or any foreigners from buying land in Baja...otherwise it may well have been bought up by Americans. Foreigners cannot but any Land in Mexico within 100 miles of the ocean. Such a law in America would have prevented Jorge from buying his current home in Florida.

    Yes, the answer to why Tijuana is so much crappier than San Diego is because Mexicans want to keep it that way to keep the gringos out.

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  49. @Jefferson
    "I imagine that a poll of Mexicans on the rights of Central Americans to freely move to Mexico with an open border southern border would yield quite different results. When I lived in Mexico, one of the few sets of laws that they actually took seriously and enforced had to do with immigration."

    Mexicans are hypocrites on immigration, which is a typical Nonwhite trait.

    “Mexicans are hypocrites on immigration, which is a typical Nonwhite trait.”

    Hypocrisy is not limited to any ethnic group just look at Congress or the Republican Party a bunch of white hypocrites. Very stupid statement.

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  50. Foreigners cannot but any Land in Mexico within 100 miles of the ocean

    First, there were the anti-American pogroms perpetrated by the cossack Pancho Villa, and now Americans are not allowed to own land. The 666,000 Americans living in Mexico need somewhere to flee to in case there is another outbreak of anti-Japethism.

    America has a right to exist.

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  51. @Stan Adams
    It was black women who got us to the moon, not Mexicans. Haven't you seen Hidden Figures?

    The Mexicans were the ones who built the Saturn V. These figures were hidden even more, as they were in the US illegally, and were employed and sheltered by the same heroic women who calculated the trajectory to the moon.

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