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A big hurricane is headed toward the mountainous west coast of Mexico, so don’t be surprised if the Obama Administration subsequently invites into the United States a lot of Mexicans.

As I wrote in Taki’s Magazine in September:

I’m not in the business of making specific forecasts, but let me offer a general concern: There are currently 418 million people in South America, and the U.N. says there will be 510 million by midcentury. What are the odds that at some point something will go wrong in Latin America that interested parties in the U.S. will try to define as justifying our own Camp of the Saints? Last year, the Obama administration tried to pass off Central American gang violence as justification for letting in unaccompanied youths. Next year, it could be an earthquake, hurricane, civil strife, recession, inflation, sexism, homophobia, or transgender insensitivity.

The immigration / refugee program is already in place. From Wikipedia:

Temporary protected status (also called “TPS”) is a temporary immigration status to the United States, granted to eligible nationals of designated countries.

In 1990, as part of the Immigration Act of 1990 (“IMMACT”), P.L. 101-649, Congress established a procedure by which the Attorney General may provide TPS to immigrants in the United States who are temporarily unable to safely return to their home country because of ongoing armed conflict, an environmental disaster, or other extraordinary and temporary conditions. …

During the period for which a country has been designated for TPS, TPS beneficiaries may remain in the United States and may obtain work authorization.

Anchor babies are American citizens, of course.

Countries that are currently under TPS[edit]

El Salvador — initiated in response to the 2001 El Salvador earthquakes

14 years now

Haiti — initiated in response to the 2010 Haiti earthquake[2][3]

A mere 5 years

Honduras — initiated in response to Hurricane Mitch in 1998

17 years ago, but whaddaya whaddaya …

Nicaragua
Somalia
Sudan
Syria — as of March 29, 2012, in response to the ongoing Syrian Civil War
Guinea, Liberia, Sierra Leone — as of Nov 21, 2014, in response to the 2014 Ebola outbreak[4]
Nepal as of June 25, 2015, in response to the conditions resulting from the devastating magnitude 7.8 earthquake that struck Nepal on April 25, 2015, and the subsequent aftershocks[5]
Yemen as of September 3, 2015, in response to ongoing conflict in the area as a result of the Yemeni Civil War.[6]

What are the odds that the New York Times demands that the Obama Administration put giant Mexico next on the list? In contrast, what are the odds that the New York Times demand that giant Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim use some of his sketchy fortune to alleviate the suffering of his fellow Mexicans in Mexico?

 
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  1. Looks like Patricia is doing the typical NHC fandango. Unbelievably strong until it approaches the coast ( and independent weather radars) when, mirabile dictu, it weakens. Patricia also appears to be little more than a big tornado as strong hurricane force winds only extend 5 or 10 miles from the eye. As the NHC had no Atlantic storms to speak of since Sandy, which technically wasn’t a hurricane, Director Knabb and his boys are having expand their territory to cover Western Mexico!

  2. another reason the 1990 immigration act was more destructive to America than the 1986 amnesty program.

    the 1990 immigration act also started the Greencard diversity lottery, the Hib visa worker program..It increased total, overall immigration to allow 700,000 immigrants to come to the U.S. per year …Other aspects of the act include lifting the English testing process for naturalization and eliminating the exclusion of homosexuals under the medically unsound classification of “sexual deviant” that was present in the passage of the 1965 Act

    i suppose we can again thank the Bush family for our invite the world policies.

    • Replies: @oh its just me
    kennedy spearheaded both, but i have always wondered what his motivation was
  3. Steve,
    You’re depressing me.

    • Agree: 415 reasons
    • Replies: @jon
    Steve,
    You’re depressing me.


    You don't have to stand idly by and watch it happen:

    https://www.numbersusa.com/

    http://www.cis.org/

    http://www.fairus.org/
  4. What are the odds that the New York Times demand that giant Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim use some of his sketchy fortune to alleviate the suffering of his fellow Mexicans in Mexico?

    Doesn’t he help them already by providing them with telecommunications services?

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    Doesn’t he help them already by providing them with telecommunications services?

     

    Doesn't "help" usually imply "free of charge"?
  5. Actually, given Carlos Slim’s ethnic background, it’s remarkable how uninterested he appears to be in the problems of Lebanon and the Middle East, notwithstanding his newspaper’s coverage of the region. He’s the child of Christian Arab immigrants and yet he appears to identify with Mexico completely, even though he now chooses to spend much of his time living and conducting business in the US.

    Although he’s been involved in a host of “non-lucrative” projects across Mexico and the US, in a 2010 visit to Beirut, he said that he has no plans to invest in Lebanon, and predictably, recommended that it privatize its telecommunications sector to promote economic development:

    http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/babylonbeyond/2010/03/lebanon-worlds-richest-man-happy-to-be-in-lebanon-not-shelling-out.html

    http://www.carlosslim.com/responsabilidad_ing.html

    Lebanon has been in crisis or near crisis since the ’70s.

  6. And yet there are people, maybe even a majority, who will not vote for the one candidate who is even remotely close to being correct about immigration, Donald Trump. God help us if our next president is Hillary Clinton, or one of the establishment GOP types.

    Think of it this way: immigration to the United States right now is like a heavy freight train going downhill. As long as the engineer is able to control the train’s speed and its braking, everything is OK. But if the calculations of the train’s weight were incorrect and/or the train begins to go even just a little too fast, even an emergency application of the brakes might not be enough to stop it. Once that threshold has been passed, it is inevitable that the train will gather speed very quickly, hurtling down the line faster and faster, until it eventually jumps the tracks and crashes, obliterating everything and everybody unfortunate enough to be in its way.

    Trump is probably all that stands between us and an immigration train wreck right now.

    • Replies: @bomag
    ...immigration train wreck...

    I'd say the wreck has already occurred.

    Our demographics have been irrevocably changed. Anyone who wants to move is here or on their way. The infrastructure is in place to ensure aid and comfort for any on the move; the Narrative is in full force.

    I've been speaking out at a few meetings; it seems I'm outvoted 10 to 1 by those with a stake in the visa labor racket or who are unwilling to buck the Narrative.

    The best we can hope for is a moratorium from a Trump administration, but he will face Pyrrhic opposition from congress, the courts, the press, and the permanent bureaucracy. Stone, meet uphill slope.

    However, I'm optimistic long term, 'cause we're up against a demographic bulge that depends on the care and maintenance of the welfare state: not a good place to be. Better to be on the side of those who will build and defend Elysium.
  7. And of course they’ll claim that we caused the hurricane with global warming so we’re obligated to let them in, and beside Mexican War, Christopher Columbus, Trail of Tears, S.S. St. Louis.

  8. Kevin Drum says the Hurricane could “Devastate Mexico for Decades”:

    http://www.motherjones.com/kevin-drum/2015/10/hurricane-patricia-could-devastate-mexico-decades

    Just like it took decade for Chicago to recover from the Great Chicago Fire:

    • Replies: @t
    How many decades will it take Wall Street to recover from Sandy?
    , @Mr. Anon
    "Kevin Drum says the Hurricane could “Devastate Mexico for Decades”:"

    That's funny. It's already petered out and become a non-event.

  9. Anonymous • Disclaimer says:

    What are the odds that the New York Times demand that giant Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim use some of his sketchy fortune to alleviate the suffering of his fellow Mexicans in Mexico?

    He already provides telecom services for the Mexicans. What more do you want? Free donkey shows? Free personal moustache rides?

  10. I am looking forward to someone keeping an eye on Carlos Slim’s donations to Mexico after the NYT demands that the US clean up the mess left in Mexico, or whatever they choose to fill their op-eds with.

    • Replies: @wren
    In fact it appears that Carlos Slim does donate some of his 70 billion or so, and has been generous in the aftermath of past hurricanes in Mexico.

    Now he has an opportunity to give back, as they say.

    I hope Trump makes a very generous, public and loud donation to get the ball rolling.

    That would be funny.
  11. The Guatemalans tried to finesse some TPS when a volcano blew in 2010. https://goo.gl/cBs01q They were denied!! And they were jealous and pissed off because their neighbor El Salvador scored TPS years ago. Those two basket cases should have a soccer war.

    Now I don’t know
    I don’t know
    I don’t know where I’m a gonna go
    When the volcano blow

    Let me say now I don’t know
    I don’t know
    I don’t know where I’m a gonna go
    When the volcano blow

    Ground she’s movin’ under me
    Tidal waves out on the sea
    Sulfur smoke up in the sky
    Pretty soon we learn to fly

    Let me hear ya now I don’t know
    I don’t know
    I don’t know where I’m a gonna go
    When the volcano blow

  12. Rush Limbaugh of all people predicted just this today.

    However, we’ve already had our Camp of the Saints, last summer’s “children’s” crusade.

    • Replies: @Kevin O'Keeffe
    "However, we’ve already had our Camp of the Saints, last summer’s 'children’s' crusade."

    That was just a warm-up, for the main event, which will be 100X worse.
    , @Charles Erwin Wilson
    Steve Sailer, the premier content provider of immigration-related information, and not read by Rush Limbaugh? The expected value of that is quite close to zero. Limbaugh either reads Sailer or he has adopted his perspective indirectly. The former is more likely than the latter.
  13. Climate change, too. A two-fer.

  14. @t
    Kevin Drum says the Hurricane could "Devastate Mexico for Decades":

    http://www.motherjones.com/kevin-drum/2015/10/hurricane-patricia-could-devastate-mexico-decades

    Just like it took decade for Chicago to recover from the Great Chicago Fire:

    How many decades will it take Wall Street to recover from Sandy?

  15. What are the odds that the New York Times demand that the Obama Administration put giant Mexico next on the list?

    > 90%

    What are the odds that the New York Times demand that giant Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim use some of his sketchy fortune to alleviate the suffering of his fellow Mexicans in Mexico?

    −∞

  16. There’s a huge link between FEMA and illegal immigration, I witnessed it first hand in the Northridge earthquake, the federal government uses FEMA and any weather disaster anywhere on the globe as an excuse for pushing mass immigration refugee incursions, document distribution and public debt.

    It’s raining? We need to move you to America, give you a debit card and voting rights, there, fixed it.

    All the immigration activities are also public debt policies with a beneficial creditor working in the background, that creditor is who our elected government works for, not Americans.

    America will get a hurricane ______ refugee load, and their chain migration families will follow, flights are already arriving, FEMA is on standby with a stack of debit cards and Jeb!Hillary, Marco Cruz voter registration documents.

    Exhibit X NOLA hurricane Katrina, a total FEMA sanctioned alien population debt replacement bomb was lit, and it worked.

  17. @Anonymous

    What are the odds that the New York Times demand that giant Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim use some of his sketchy fortune to alleviate the suffering of his fellow Mexicans in Mexico?
     
    Doesn't he help them already by providing them with telecommunications services?

    Doesn’t he help them already by providing them with telecommunications services?

    Doesn’t “help” usually imply “free of charge”?

  18. @countenance
    Rush Limbaugh of all people predicted just this today.

    However, we've already had our Camp of the Saints, last summer's "children's" crusade.

    “However, we’ve already had our Camp of the Saints, last summer’s ‘children’s’ crusade.”

    That was just a warm-up, for the main event, which will be 100X worse.

  19. @countenance
    Rush Limbaugh of all people predicted just this today.

    However, we've already had our Camp of the Saints, last summer's "children's" crusade.

    Steve Sailer, the premier content provider of immigration-related information, and not read by Rush Limbaugh? The expected value of that is quite close to zero. Limbaugh either reads Sailer or he has adopted his perspective indirectly. The former is more likely than the latter.

  20. “sketchy fortune”

    Tee hee. Good one, Steve.

  21. Drudge link is up:

    ‘Storm to have tremendous impact on immigration’

    http://www.cnn.com/2015/10/23/opinions/kayyem-hurricane-patricia-mexico/index.html

    • Replies: @Anonymous

    Drudge link is up:

    ‘Storm to have tremendous impact on immigration’
     
    Ugh! Somebody make it stop!
    , @Ivy
    Mexico has a lot of non-beachfront property that could service all of the legitimately inconvenienced citizens. There is also a lot of territory to the north and south of landfall within Mexico, but why let a good crisis go to waste when El Gringo is available with mucho dinero.
  22. Leftist conservative [AKA "radical_centrist"] says: • Website

    why, it’s almost as if “the powers that be” operate america as some sort of “human livestock ranch”, one that the “the powers that be” want to have as “well-stocked” as possible. It’s almost as if “the powers that be” operate so as to maximize profit from this livestock operation, like they look for any excuse to cram as many human livestock on this ranch as possible.

    Now where have I heard this one before??

  23. @Anonymous
    Drudge link is up:

    'Storm to have tremendous impact on immigration'

    http://www.cnn.com/2015/10/23/opinions/kayyem-hurricane-patricia-mexico/index.html

    Drudge link is up:

    ‘Storm to have tremendous impact on immigration’

    Ugh! Somebody make it stop!

  24. I was thinking the exact same thing, Steve.

  25. @Anonymous
    Drudge link is up:

    'Storm to have tremendous impact on immigration'

    http://www.cnn.com/2015/10/23/opinions/kayyem-hurricane-patricia-mexico/index.html

    Mexico has a lot of non-beachfront property that could service all of the legitimately inconvenienced citizens. There is also a lot of territory to the north and south of landfall within Mexico, but why let a good crisis go to waste when El Gringo is available with mucho dinero.

  26. Anonymous • Disclaimer says:

    In contrast, what are the odds that the New York Times demand that giant Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim use some of his sketchy fortune to alleviate the suffering of his fellow Mexicans in Mexico?

    A lot lower than the odds of Mexico seeking and getting aid from, say, Russia in exchange for hosting Russian military bases and nuclear weapons aimed at the US. Which is why this ultimately boils down to geopolitics.

  27. @Sgt. Joe Friday
    And yet there are people, maybe even a majority, who will not vote for the one candidate who is even remotely close to being correct about immigration, Donald Trump. God help us if our next president is Hillary Clinton, or one of the establishment GOP types.

    Think of it this way: immigration to the United States right now is like a heavy freight train going downhill. As long as the engineer is able to control the train's speed and its braking, everything is OK. But if the calculations of the train's weight were incorrect and/or the train begins to go even just a little too fast, even an emergency application of the brakes might not be enough to stop it. Once that threshold has been passed, it is inevitable that the train will gather speed very quickly, hurtling down the line faster and faster, until it eventually jumps the tracks and crashes, obliterating everything and everybody unfortunate enough to be in its way.

    Trump is probably all that stands between us and an immigration train wreck right now.

    …immigration train wreck…

    I’d say the wreck has already occurred.

    Our demographics have been irrevocably changed. Anyone who wants to move is here or on their way. The infrastructure is in place to ensure aid and comfort for any on the move; the Narrative is in full force.

    I’ve been speaking out at a few meetings; it seems I’m outvoted 10 to 1 by those with a stake in the visa labor racket or who are unwilling to buck the Narrative.

    The best we can hope for is a moratorium from a Trump administration, but he will face Pyrrhic opposition from congress, the courts, the press, and the permanent bureaucracy. Stone, meet uphill slope.

    However, I’m optimistic long term, ’cause we’re up against a demographic bulge that depends on the care and maintenance of the welfare state: not a good place to be. Better to be on the side of those who will build and defend Elysium.

  28. @EriK
    Steve,
    You're depressing me.

    Steve,
    You’re depressing me.

    You don’t have to stand idly by and watch it happen:

    https://www.numbersusa.com/

    http://www.cis.org/

    http://www.fairus.org/

    • Replies: @EriK
    Thanks, I'm better now.
  29. Minnesota’s governor’s “you submit to Multi-Culti-Diversity, or you leave” speech showed that our Dear Rulers no longer need an excuse or the fig leaf of a “crisis” to continue forcing us Americans to pay for our own displacement and dispossession in what’s left of what used to be our country.

    The jig is up. The goose is cooked. This country is toast. Pick your favorite aphorism, because today that looks like it’s the only thing you’re allowed to use your otherwise outlawed Freedom of Choice for.

  30. Oh no! Here come the scary brown people!

    Man, you alt-right guys are scared little pansies.

    • Replies: @oh its just me
    Ok, let's plant 1000 migrants in your neigborhood and remove your doorlocks. ....
    , @Reg Cæsar

    Oh no! Here come the scary brown people!
     
    There are five billion or more brown people to choose from. How many do you want camped on your front lawn? You've forfeited your right to object to our putting them there.
    , @Kylie
    Another troll too stupid to understand the difference between fear and disgust.
    , @ben tillman

    Oh no! Here come the scary brown people!

    Man, you alt-right guys are scared little pansies.
     
    If you won't give me all your money (and your other stuff), why would you expect us to give away our country>

    You are a profoundly stupid hypocrite.
    , @Kevin O'Keeffe
    "Oh no! Here come the scary brown people!

    Man, you alt-right guys are scared little pansies."


    Having concerns about the best public policy for one's nation, makes one a "scared little pansy?"

    Whatever you say, Schmedley.
    , @dumpstersquirrel
    "Oh no! Here come the scary brown people!"

    Brown people, who have little interest in working and who concoct victim narratives justifying armed robbery by proxy, use their votes to deputize Uncle Samantha to point a gun at the heads of white men, take their white money and property, and hand that white money and property to brown people. Ergo:

    DEATH TO AMERICA, DEATH TO THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY
  31. I believe we will see that the Mexicans are better at handling monster hurricanes than you Americans. They have spent the past 24 hours evacuating PV and Manzanillo, so I suspect the coastal casualties will be light. Inland could be a different matter since tornadoes and floods are harder to predict.

    • Replies: @HHSIII
    Yeah, send some of their hurricane planners to New Orleans and The Rockaways.
  32. So are they no longer putting cover memos on the TPS reports?
    Why didn’t Lumbergh notify anyone?

  33. @Travis
    another reason the 1990 immigration act was more destructive to America than the 1986 amnesty program.

    the 1990 immigration act also started the Greencard diversity lottery, the Hib visa worker program..It increased total, overall immigration to allow 700,000 immigrants to come to the U.S. per year ...Other aspects of the act include lifting the English testing process for naturalization and eliminating the exclusion of homosexuals under the medically unsound classification of “sexual deviant” that was present in the passage of the 1965 Act

    i suppose we can again thank the Bush family for our invite the world policies.

    kennedy spearheaded both, but i have always wondered what his motivation was

    • Replies: @Old Bull
    "kennedy spearheaded both, but i have always wondered what his motivation was"

    'Murricans knocked off two of his brothers. He hated 'Murricans.
  34. @Anonymous
    Oh no! Here come the scary brown people!

    Man, you alt-right guys are scared little pansies.

    Ok, let’s plant 1000 migrants in your neigborhood and remove your doorlocks. ….

  35. @wren
    I am looking forward to someone keeping an eye on Carlos Slim's donations to Mexico after the NYT demands that the US clean up the mess left in Mexico, or whatever they choose to fill their op-eds with.

    In fact it appears that Carlos Slim does donate some of his 70 billion or so, and has been generous in the aftermath of past hurricanes in Mexico.

    Now he has an opportunity to give back, as they say.

    I hope Trump makes a very generous, public and loud donation to get the ball rolling.

    That would be funny.

  36. @Anonymous
    Oh no! Here come the scary brown people!

    Man, you alt-right guys are scared little pansies.

    Oh no! Here come the scary brown people!

    There are five billion or more brown people to choose from. How many do you want camped on your front lawn? You’ve forfeited your right to object to our putting them there.

    • Replies: @Socially Extinct
    Hate to break it to y'all, but Tyron is right. This is happening in deep Mexico. It's not New Orleans. Chill...go back to your corn dogs or whatever it was you called dinner LOL.
    , @Anonymous
    Why stop on the front lawn?

    What's in his fridge?

    Does he have enough TP in his bathroom?

    Won't even mention his daughters.
  37. @jon
    Steve,
    You’re depressing me.


    You don't have to stand idly by and watch it happen:

    https://www.numbersusa.com/

    http://www.cis.org/

    http://www.fairus.org/

    Thanks, I’m better now.

    • Replies: @jon

    Thanks, I’m better now.
     
    Glad I could help.

    But on a more serious note, I feel like a lot of the commenters on this site feel like the situation is totally hopeless. It's not! Join/donate to some of those groups I've linked, write to your Congressman, vote Trump, etc.

    There is a reason we have been stalled on "immigration reform" for so long, despite having support from the powers-that-be on top of both parties for amnesty and overall increases, and that is the threat of massive voter backlash every time it comes up.
  38. @Anonymous
    Oh no! Here come the scary brown people!

    Man, you alt-right guys are scared little pansies.

    Another troll too stupid to understand the difference between fear and disgust.

  39. @Reg Cæsar

    Oh no! Here come the scary brown people!
     
    There are five billion or more brown people to choose from. How many do you want camped on your front lawn? You've forfeited your right to object to our putting them there.

    Hate to break it to y’all, but Tyron is right. This is happening in deep Mexico. It’s not New Orleans. Chill…go back to your corn dogs or whatever it was you called dinner LOL.

    • Replies: @Mr. Anon
    Hey, you used "LOL" - the uniform stupidity signifier. You must be as much of an idiot as Tyrone is.
  40. @Anonymous
    Oh no! Here come the scary brown people!

    Man, you alt-right guys are scared little pansies.

    Oh no! Here come the scary brown people!

    Man, you alt-right guys are scared little pansies.

    If you won’t give me all your money (and your other stuff), why would you expect us to give away our country>

    You are a profoundly stupid hypocrite.

  41. @oh its just me
    kennedy spearheaded both, but i have always wondered what his motivation was

    “kennedy spearheaded both, but i have always wondered what his motivation was”

    ‘Murricans knocked off two of his brothers. He hated ‘Murricans.

  42. @Reg Cæsar

    Oh no! Here come the scary brown people!
     
    There are five billion or more brown people to choose from. How many do you want camped on your front lawn? You've forfeited your right to object to our putting them there.

    Why stop on the front lawn?

    What’s in his fridge?

    Does he have enough TP in his bathroom?

    Won’t even mention his daughters.

  43. @Another Canadian
    I believe we will see that the Mexicans are better at handling monster hurricanes than you Americans. They have spent the past 24 hours evacuating PV and Manzanillo, so I suspect the coastal casualties will be light. Inland could be a different matter since tornadoes and floods are harder to predict.

    Yeah, send some of their hurricane planners to New Orleans and The Rockaways.

  44. @Anonymous
    Oh no! Here come the scary brown people!

    Man, you alt-right guys are scared little pansies.

    “Oh no! Here come the scary brown people!

    Man, you alt-right guys are scared little pansies.”

    Having concerns about the best public policy for one’s nation, makes one a “scared little pansy?”

    Whatever you say, Schmedley.

  45. A small correction, Steve. Bathhouse Barry’s operant philosophy is:

    “Never let a good crisis go to waste.”

    The “good” emphasizes the utter nihilism of Bathhouse Barry, his Democrapic Party, and the anti-white, anti-man, puritanical Left in general.

  46. @Anonymous
    Oh no! Here come the scary brown people!

    Man, you alt-right guys are scared little pansies.

    “Oh no! Here come the scary brown people!”

    Brown people, who have little interest in working and who concoct victim narratives justifying armed robbery by proxy, use their votes to deputize Uncle Samantha to point a gun at the heads of white men, take their white money and property, and hand that white money and property to brown people. Ergo:

    DEATH TO AMERICA, DEATH TO THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY

  47. When Uncle Samantha takes white men’s money and hands it to scary brown people, this allows brown people to have more children while simultaneously making it harder for white people to have more children. If this situation were reversed, people like Tyron Mouth would have no problem calling it genocide.

  48. Everyone should know by now that temporary protected status isn’t temporary.

  49. anonymous • Disclaimer says:

    ‘Murricans knocked off two of his brothers. He hated ‘Murricans.

    Uhm, about Robert Kennedy:

    “…he was shot by Sirhan Sirhan, a 24-year-old Palestinian, and died the following day…

    …Sirhan said that he felt betrayed by Kennedy’s support for Israel in the June 1967 Six-Day War, which had begun exactly one year before the assassination…”

    It’s interesting that the Palestinian connection, though no secret at all, seems to have somewhat disappeared from the popular conscious, perhaps it doesn’t fit the Narrative. Liberal blowback?

    :

    “…In 1989, he told David Frost, “My only connection with Robert Kennedy was his sole support of Israel and his deliberate attempt to send those 50 bombers to Israel to obviously do harm to the Palestinians.”…

    …Sirhan was born into a Palestinian Christian family in Jerusalem, Mandatory Palestine…

    …Sirhan never became an American citizen, retaining instead his Jordanian citizenship…

    …in 1966, he joined the occult organization Ancient Mystical Order of the Rose Cross, commonly known as Rosicrucians…..”

    I’m disappointed I’ve never heard outlandish rumours about why the Rosicrucians assassinated Bobby Kennedy. Aren’t you?

    • Replies: @Ivy
    Woody Allen had a Rosicrucians advertising in Popular Mechanics reference in a movie, so that may have been as close as it gets.
  50. @anonymous
    ‘Murricans knocked off two of his brothers. He hated ‘Murricans.

    Uhm, about Robert Kennedy:


    "...he was shot by Sirhan Sirhan, a 24-year-old Palestinian, and died the following day...

    ...Sirhan said that he felt betrayed by Kennedy's support for Israel in the June 1967 Six-Day War, which had begun exactly one year before the assassination..."

     

    It's interesting that the Palestinian connection, though no secret at all, seems to have somewhat disappeared from the popular conscious, perhaps it doesn't fit the Narrative. Liberal blowback?

    :


    "...In 1989, he told David Frost, "My only connection with Robert Kennedy was his sole support of Israel and his deliberate attempt to send those 50 bombers to Israel to obviously do harm to the Palestinians."...

    ...Sirhan was born into a Palestinian Christian family in Jerusalem, Mandatory Palestine...

    ...Sirhan never became an American citizen, retaining instead his Jordanian citizenship...

    ...in 1966, he joined the occult organization Ancient Mystical Order of the Rose Cross, commonly known as Rosicrucians....."

     

    I'm disappointed I've never heard outlandish rumours about why the Rosicrucians assassinated Bobby Kennedy. Aren't you?

    Woody Allen had a Rosicrucians advertising in Popular Mechanics reference in a movie, so that may have been as close as it gets.

  51. Munged link: Sirhan Sirhan.

  52. @EriK
    Thanks, I'm better now.

    Thanks, I’m better now.

    Glad I could help.

    But on a more serious note, I feel like a lot of the commenters on this site feel like the situation is totally hopeless. It’s not! Join/donate to some of those groups I’ve linked, write to your Congressman, vote Trump, etc.

    There is a reason we have been stalled on “immigration reform” for so long, despite having support from the powers-that-be on top of both parties for amnesty and overall increases, and that is the threat of massive voter backlash every time it comes up.

  53. The worst part of this whole story is how many people I know with center-right proclivities posting “Pray For Mexico” crap on their Facebook pages.

    ‘Eff Mexico.

  54. Oh no! Here come the scary brown people!

    Man, you alt-right guys are scared little pansies.

    But they’re not scared little pansies for fleeing their own countries, which are full of scary brown people. They’re props in the liberal imagination with no agency (i.e., subhumans).

  55. The funny thing about “OMG you guys are scared of brown people?!” thing is it depends heavily on the stereotype of brown incompetence.

    Bulls are incompetent, but nobody wants one in his china shop.

  56. @t
    Kevin Drum says the Hurricane could "Devastate Mexico for Decades":

    http://www.motherjones.com/kevin-drum/2015/10/hurricane-patricia-could-devastate-mexico-decades

    Just like it took decade for Chicago to recover from the Great Chicago Fire:

    “Kevin Drum says the Hurricane could “Devastate Mexico for Decades”:”

    That’s funny. It’s already petered out and become a non-event.

  57. @Socially Extinct
    Hate to break it to y'all, but Tyron is right. This is happening in deep Mexico. It's not New Orleans. Chill...go back to your corn dogs or whatever it was you called dinner LOL.

    Hey, you used “LOL” – the uniform stupidity signifier. You must be as much of an idiot as Tyrone is.

    • Replies: @Socially Extinct
    It's the internet. Nothing is uniform.

    ;)
  58. Hey, you used “LOL” – the uniform stupidity signifier. You must be as much of an idiot as Tyrone is.

    Guilty. I say “LOL Baltimore” or “Baltimore, LOL” every time the subject comes up. Just seems natural to me.

  59. @Mr. Anon
    Hey, you used "LOL" - the uniform stupidity signifier. You must be as much of an idiot as Tyrone is.

    It’s the internet. Nothing is uniform.

    😉

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