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Does anybody notice that African refugees tend to be funneled to the most climatically absurd destinations in the U.S., such as Minneapolis, Lewiston, Maine, and now Missoula, Montana?

These Refugees Escaped Congo, but Trump’s Policies May Strand Loved Ones

In the coming days, President Trump will finalize the lowest annual cap in the refugee program’s history. In Missoula, Congolese refugees are facing the repercussions.

By Zolan Kanno-Youngs
Oct. 30, 2019

MISSOULA, Mont. — On his first day in this small college town cradled between the Flathead and Lolo national forests, Funugo Nsanzinfura made sure to submit the paperwork necessary for his daughter, Faith, and her mother, Ayingeneye, to join him in the growing community of Congolese refugees here.

The population of the Congo is currently said to be 87 million and growing two or three million per year. (Of course, in reality, nobody has much of a clue about the actual vital statistics of the Congo.) The notion that the United States can do anything about the problems of 87 million and counting Congolese via refugeedom is insane, but you’re not supposed to mention that.

… But the Trump administration’s move to slash the number of refugees admitted into the United States in the next 11 months by nearly a half has already canceled several planned refugee flights — including three this week — stranding more than 400 people cleared for transport and leaving Mr. Nsanzinfura in despair.

He is contemplating what was once unthinkable, a return to East Africa and the camp he finally escaped.

Missoula is 46.5 degrees north and 3,200 feet in elevation. The current temperature, as I write, in Missoula is 18 degrees F. In contrast, Kinshasa, Congo is at 4 degrees south and 800 feet elevation. The current temperature in Kinshasa is 86 degrees.

You never hear about sending African refugees to, say, Jackson, Mississippi, even though the climate is a lot better for Africans. That’s because Jackson is already 81.4% black, so there’s no money to spend on refugees.

To supporters like Mr. Engen, the Congolese are filling a void of cultural diversity in a town that is nearly 90 percent white. In the 1980s, Hmong refugees from Laos settled in Missoula. The children of immigrant families are usually the few students of color in city classrooms, while their parents work long hours at businesses eager for the help.

Cultural diversity and lower wages for workers … what’s not to like?

 
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  1. Charon says:

    Trump’s responsible for global warming and Africans freezing in Montana. Wait, for not enough Africans freezing in Montana? Is that right?

    Whatever. I hate white people, and F trump! Can I have my lollipop now?

    • LOL: BB753, Prester John
    • Replies: @nebulafox
    , @Autochthon
  2. RobUK says:

    the Congolese are filling a void of cultural diversity in a town that is nearly 90 percent white.

    Filling the voids the locals won’t fill. Those voids would be rotting in the fields if it weren’t for the Congolese.

    • LOL: ben tillman
    • Replies: @Houston 1992
    , @Antonius
  3. RAZ says:

    I’ve been to Missoula. A lot of cold. A lot of snow. Small town. Even though it’s a university town, almost no black people. Doesn’t make much sense.

    Somalians to Minnesota was at least relocating to a metropolitan area. And that blessed us with Ilan.

  4. To supporters like Mr. Engen, the Congolese are filling a void of cultural diversity in a town that is nearly 90 percent white.

    Yes, I am sure the people of Missoula were thinking “what this town really needs is more Blacks.”

    It’s mind-boggling to realize that Ramzpaul’s school diversity parody is more like a documentary:

    • Replies: @interesting
    , @ziggurat
  5. Rob McX says:

    The notion that the United States can do anything about the problems of 87 million and counting Congolese via refugeedom is insane…

    What’s insane is the notion that the purpose of bringing Congolese to America is to solve Congo’s problems.

  6. Anonymous[256] • Disclaimer says:

    … and there’s even an Angola jail way down Louisiana way.

  7. vinny says:

    How much more CO2 does a Conglese in Missoula consume vs a Congolese in the Congo?

    • Replies: @TomSchmidt
    , @Paleo Liberal
  8. Missoula looks really nice but it has that “void of cultural diversity.” Fortunately, the job of government is to fill up those voids of cultural diversity, so, in the future, it will be even better.

    https://matadornetwork.com/read/missoula-montana-travel/

  9. El Dato says:

    a void of cultural diversity in a town that is nearly 90 percent white

    Do these people ever shut up.

    I wonder why Rwanda can’t accept them. Rwanda is booming.

    Zolan Kanno-Youngs is the homeland security correspondent for The New York Times. Based in the Washington bureau, he covers immigration, border issues, cyber security, transnational crime and other national security threats.

    More from based Zolan:

    https://www.nytimes.com/2019/09/26/us/politics/trump-refugees.html

    The administration said it would accept 18,000 refugees during the next 12 months, down from the current limit of 30,000 and a fraction of the 110,000 President Barack Obama said should be allowed into the United States in 2016, his final year in office.

    Even that low figure may overstate the number of slots that could be open for unanticipated crises, since many of the openings have been allocated. … That will eliminate many opportunities for people fleeing war and persecution throughout the world to resettle in the United States, which until Mr. Trump took office was the world’s leading destination for refugees.

    Administration officials said the change was merely to accommodate that huge increase in people seeking asylum, 350,000 expected in all. The total influx then could reach 368,000.

    So, slashing to 18’000 people means an influx of 368’000 yearly. Got it.

    But I can only agree that Democratic Republic of Congo (not to be confused with Congo-Brazzaville aka. Republic of the Congo) is in a bad way.

  10. slumber_j says:

    Funnily my cousin-in-law was for a time a professor of African Studies or whatever in Missoula: the all-time whitest one ever I’m guessing. But actually he mostly works for the CIA.

  11. TWS says:
    @PiltdownMan

    There’s no void. Indians already fill the, ‘need special help and attention’ box nicely.

  12. @PiltdownMan

    Regrettably I fear that you are right. I could not contain my disgust at the recent importation of Congolese into Portland, Maine. Maine has been a pleasant oasis from all the disagreeable challenges of “diversity”, but clearly there are people, including “woke” Mainers, who are determined to change that.

  13. Anonymous[337] • Disclaimer says:

    Not importing Congoids. Thats not who we are.

  14. @slumber_j

    They wouldn’t have him in the maf-i-a?

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
  15. Mr. Anon says:

    You never hear about sending African refugees to, say, Jackson, Mississippi, even though the climate is a lot better for Africans. That’s because Jackson is already 81.4% black, so there’s no money to spend on refugees.

    It’s more than that. It is a conscious effort to dilute white populations – to preclude any chance of a “whitetopia” remaining or being formed. The more monolithically white a place is, the more it is deemed to need diversifying. It is intentional and malicious.

    • Agree: El Dato
    • Replies: @El Dato
    , @Icy Blast
  16. bomag says:

    Western Montana, with its nice summer weather and mountain scenery, has been a magnet for Californians cashing in their homes and looking for a “better” place; unfortunately they bring their politics along, and are soon looking for someone to call them racist so the goodness signalling can begin.

    Missoula in particular has become a magnet for radical environmentalists and other leftists who stash themselves at the University of Montana and do the usual thing; race replacing whites is #3 on their list, behind stopping all timber harvesting, and burning of fossil fuels.

    The current governor is running for president, largely on the platform that he rules a well run small state, and can bring that to the country at large; leaving out that the state is relatively well run because the conservative legislature doesn’t enact his policies that are ripped directly from the Illinois playbook.

    From what I’ve heard, Missoula has been a refugee landing point for awhile; the usual thing is for the refs. to hang around until the gibs slow down, then decamp for their growing ethnic enclaves in other parts of the country.

    • Agree: jim jones
    • Replies: @SunBakedSuburb
  17. I would keep them out if I could. But I must ask: if they are coming, why shouldn’t they be put in the most liberal White areas the USA has? If conservatives had any sense, they would be funneling all 3rd world immigrants to the White liberal enclaves.

    Portland has nice weather!

    • Replies: @Pericles
  18. @Rob McX

    The purpose of bringing Congolese to Montana is not to help the Congolese, it is to make certain that White people have absolutely no place to run to, to escape the clutches of diversity, and no redoubt from which to formulate a consciousness and thus a resistance, let alone an ethnostate.

    The Tiny Hats are going to make absolutely sure that every single exit is locked and bolted shut. White genocide must and will continue to proceed according to (((schedule))).

    • Replies: @Hail
  19. You hear that white people? You’re a “void.”

  20. Flemur says:

    What’s that old joke about it lowered the IQ in both places?

  21. Carol says:

    The good news is that they settled them near the Good Food Store, our version of Whole Foods, which has become the center of an upcoming SJW enclave.

    I see them out walking around in their *colorful* saris (?) whenever I drive through. They have been provided with winter clothes not so colorful.

    Oh, and Adult Ed is now offering classes in Swahili.

    Carol in Missoula

    • Replies: @Neil Templeton
  22. BenKenobi says:

    Hey, “Funugo” — F-U, no you go!

  23. Barnard says:

    This was done intentionally to make these communities less white. Some of it is magic dirt theory, plus requests for the cheap labor. Small cities with meat packing plants have been getting refugees for 20 years. The other reason for not sending them to places like Jackson, Mississippi is that the current residents of Jackson and the refugee populations tend not to mix well.

  24. Svevlad says:
    @Rob McX

    Well, it does

    The end goal – send all the human trash away. A Syrian dude on 4chan explained it a few years back. They want to get rid of the parasitic people load (which Africa has in tons), so the handful of the actually intelligent and competent ones get to live how they want. It’s like secret eugenics, but only for Africa

  25. Africans are placed where they can spend white tax payer money in an effort to breed them out of existence. Once the pregnant ones give birth, they achieve this magical status known as citizenship, and instantly become heritage Americans. Any further talk of removing them is now unconstitutional, immoral, unethical, unhygienic, because the FF’s intent was clearly to have negroes, mestizos, Hindus, and Asians run anchor in the US demographic relay race. Winning!

    It will happen after I’m old and gone, but watching the fallout after whitey’s gone would be pretty satisfying to watch.

  26. they pushing those people there for obvious electoral reasons and everything.

    but there’s also another catch, there’s a lot of ethiopians not just in minnesotta, but in sweden as well. it’s obviously something organized through united nations or something involving higher coordenation.

    bringing people from, maybe, the worst country in the world to places that are (were?) the best. and, for some random coincidence, the most ‘white’ people possible in the public eye, scandinavians.

    bringing those from congo to montana is the same history. why not to los angeles or chicago? because they dont need to ruin anymore such cities

  27. peterike says:

    Missoula Mayor Engen is an emotional basket-case, a drunk and a pill popper. He also has a fat, soyman face. He is so, so, so The Current Year, and naturally is all excited about destroying the city he runs by pushing for more refugees.

    https://missoulian.com/news/local/missoula-mayor-engen-speaks-candidly-on-struggle-with-alcoholism-depression/article_e46cec52-c307-59b0-9fad-bfe16c748c8d.html

  28. Forbes says:

    the Congolese are filling a void of cultural diversity in a town that is nearly 90 percent white.

    Obviously we can’t have 90% white….

    America: a void of cultural diversity.

  29. They’ve just gotten to the M states now? OK, we’ve got a few years to go… whewww! Oh, and mostly M cities, too. Zanesville, Ohio, here I come, right back where I started from …

    No, seriously, there’s no place to run to now. We better get our minds right if we’ve gonna stop this stuff. The first part of that is to not be scared of people calling you names. Think back to kindergarten – “Sticks and stones …”

  30. @slumber_j

    Way to blow his cover, cuz!

    • Replies: @Redneck farmer
  31. The Z Blog says: • Website

    You never hear about sending African refugees to, say, Jackson, Mississippi, even though the climate is a lot better for Africans. That’s because Jackson is already 81.4% black, so there’s no money to spend on refugees.

    This is a very Boomer take, thus justifying your current status as king of the Boomers. The Boomer always assumes everything is explained by money. Thus, dumping Africans into super-white areas is not about ethnic hatred by the people orchestrating these crimes. No, it is about a profit motive.

    That’s the real source of our troubles – marketism. By building a civic religion around economics, the only way to argue against dumping Africans into Missoula is to find some economic reason for why it is bad for the goddess economy. Simply saying “We don’t want Africans” is not acceptable, when it should be the ultimate trump card.

  32. Hans says:

    Empire of Dust reveals the wonders of Wakanda and dat Congo – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1a-QpyF7rNc

  33. Alden says:

    Africans do extremely well in Minnesota and Maine during the winter. They stay all cozy in their section 8 homes with thermostats set at 84 paid by their low income welfare discount rate.

    Meanwhile the White natives who support them keep the thermostats at 65 and struggle with snow chains, cold batteries and going to work every day to support the Africans on welfare.

    • Replies: @Neil Templeton
  34. Off Topic — but very iStevey:

    MEXICAN workers in HUNGARY are protesting working conditions. They look to be doing similar work as they do in the USA ie landscaping, construction etc etc

    “Mexikói zászlóval vonulnak rejtélyes munkások a fővárosban, a mexikói nagykövetség nem nyilatkozik”

    Translation: “Mysterious workers march with Mexican flag in the capital. The Mexican Embassy has no comment.”

    “A MAI NAPON MEXIKÓI MUNKAVÁLLALÓK KERESTÉK FEL A NAGYKÖVETSÉGET, AZZAL A CÉLLAL, HOGY PANASZT TEGYENEK AZ ŐKET FOGLALKOZTATÓ MAGYAR CÉG BÁNÁSMÓDJA ELLEN.”

    Translation: Today Mexican workers paid a visit to the Embassy with the goal of registering a complaint at how they’re treated by their Hungarian company employer.”

    https://index.hu/mindekozben/poszt/2019/10/31/mexikoi_zaszloval_vonulnak_rejtelyes_munkasok_a_varosban_a_mexikoi_nagykovetseg_nem_nyilatkozik/

    https://index.hu/gazdasag/2019/10/31/mexikoi_munkasok_a_rossz_munkakorulmenyek_miatt_tiltakoztak_budapesten/

    • Replies: @anon
    , @The Anti-Gnostic
  35. I guess we know the REAL reason why POTUS wants to buy Greenland, huh?

    • LOL: nokangaroos
    • Replies: @The Anti-Gnostic
  36. As you know, it has less to do with the comfort of Africans than the discomfort of flyover whites. Diversity good and hard. P.S. It’s kind of enraging that these people–and the children of all illegal immigrants, except the rich ones! lol–with all their children will be eligible for full health benefits and public assistance while struggling, working-class Americans with their heads just above water aren’t. A real recipe for national comity.

  37. Screwtape says:

    White genocide is a complicated business.

  38. Using aircraft which burn fossil fuel
    To transport Congolese where it’s cool
    Is not a solution
    To carbon pollution.
    Even Greta is not such a fool.

  39. OT, Steve, but it is now November 2019……

  40. Anonymous[425] • Disclaimer says:

    Race-ism saves lives. It warns whites of the dangers of blacks.

    ‘Anti-racism’ will be the greatest horror committed against the West. It’s like pretending pitbulls are no more dangerous than other breeds and putting them all together.

  41. Funugo Nsanzinfura

    ABBA can reunite for a benefit single to fund a non-refugee visa process for the family:

    There was something in the air that night
    The stars were bright, Funugo
    They were shining there for you and me
    For liberty, Funugo

    Funugo Nsanzinfura = Fazing fun on Uranus.
    Ayingeneye Nsanzinfura = Reunify N’s? Inane! Zany age.

    Zolan Kanno-Youngs

    “Zolan Kanno-Youngs is the homeland security correspondent for The New York Times. Based in the Washington bureau, he covers immigration, border issues, cyber security, transnational crime and other national security threats.”
    https://www.nytimes.com/by/zolan-kanno-youngs

    Doesn’t that make you feel secure in your homeland? He’s watching the watchers!

    “Eraserhead” Kanno-Youngs co-wrote the script for Rogers and Tilden, shown at this year’s Tribeca fest. No, it’s not about the 1876 election, or renting a car in Canada. Though the precedent-setting 1978 DUI case that company lost, or the 1991 collision with an underinsured gas tanker in the Bronx which brought it down for good, might have made a more interesting story than one about an ex-con getting a driver’s license, which only lasts 11 minutes.

    https://www.lawnow.org/whatever-happened-to-tilden-rent-a-car/

    • Replies: @Billy Chav
    , @anon
    , @ricpic
  42. So if someone from the Democratic Republic of the Congo is Congolese, what do you call someone from the Republic of the Congo, next door? I thought it was a good thing when the then dictator of the DRC changed the name of the country to Zaire, but then the next dictator changed it back. Go figure. Just don’t call any of them a Kaffir or the left will dox you.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  43. anonymous[102] • Disclaimer says:

    Trump admin policy is to bring Christian refugees rather than Muslims. These refugees will integrate a lot better in fly over country because of the unifying culture of conservative Christianity.

    On Aug. 16-17 in Cincinnati, the U.S. Mennonite Brethren National Strategy Team brought together leaders of 20 of these immigrant churches and 13 USMB leaders to talk about possibilities for connection and membership.

    The current generation of Congolese immigrants has endured political, economic and social suffering. The Great African War of the past 20 years, which involved nine countries and 25 armed groups, has cost more lives than any other war since World War II.

    The Congolese Leadership Summit brought together pastors of Congolese churches in the United States and leaders of USMB ministries. — Helene Wedel/Christian Leader

    The Congolese Leadership Summit brought together pastors of Congolese churches in the United States and leaders of USMB ministries. — Helene Wedel/Christian Leader

    As those present in Cincinnati reflected together on what the Congolese church is bringing to the West, faith in the midst of suffering was a common theme.

    “These leaders self-identify as ambassadors of Christ, missionaries to the West, rather than refugees,” said Randy Friesen, president of Multiply, the MB mission agency. “Their spiritual boldness and faith in the gospel to transform lives are also gifts they are bringing with them to the established Western church.”

    Don Morris, USMB national director, said the summit was a time to “hear the passions and yearnings of the Congolese for connection and belonging as well as their stories of current mission, church multiplication and strong desire to bring Christ to those who are lost.”

    Rick Eshbaugh, conference minister of the USMB Central District Conference, said some of the immigrant churches are considering joining USMB district conferences.

    “The hope of the summit was that we would sit face-to-face and learn about each other,” Eshbaugh said. “. . . We were able to build relationships and open our minds to the realities God has presented to us. This is the continuation of a story still being lived out.”

    The first sending church

    That story, as told during the summit, began with Aaron and Ernestina Janzen of Mountain Lake, Minn. They were the first MB missionaries who began work in Congo 100 years ago.

    Many of the Congolese who spoke at the summit shared stories of their grandparents receiving the gospel from and being discipled by this first generation of mission workers.

    Friesen spoke of this history and introduced Dan Strutz, pastor of Community Bible Church, the MB congregation in Mountain Lake.

    “When I introduced [Strutz] as the pastor of the church that had sent the Janzens a century ago, the Congolese cheered,” Friesen wrote in a report on the summit. “We collectively acknowledged that mission has now come full circle. Those who once sent missionaries are now receiving missionaries.”

    The Congolese leaders gathered around Strutz and his wife, Susanna, and prayed for God to renew the fire of renewal and mission in the MB church.

    A lot of influential community leaders in places in South Dakota are going to support more Congolese.

    • Replies: @Hail
    , @VoiceOf(T)reason
  44. SafeNow says:

    Missoula is situated on Interstate 90, a significant interstate linking Boston to Seattle. As an Internet Professor of Escape Places, I must weigh-in on the fact that such location disqualifies Missoula as a potential escape place. It violates the “10 miles from any interstate” rule.

    • Replies: @anon
  45. nebulafox says:

    Probably the best thing that can realistically happen to the eastern parts of the Congo is for Rwanda to outright annex it and put it under Paul Kagame’s thumb. End the violence, bring an administration that knows how to govern in, and have an entirely new, fresh start at building something functional.

    I don’t think there was a realistic way things were ever going to end well for the Congo without deeper changes to the timeline, TBH. When the Belgians up and left, there were about a dozen college graduates in the country. Like India and Indonesia, “the Congo” was an artificial colonial construction that incorporated dozens of different ethnic groups into a mega-state, but unlike those countries, the Congo simply didn’t have enough post-colonial native leadership for things to feasibly end in anything other than a banana republic dictatorship (Mobutu) or anarchy (post-Mobutu). US and Belgian machinations certainly did not help matters, but the problems ran deep, down to the basic ability of the country to govern a sprawling, underdeveloped territory in the heart of post-independence Africa: and the Congo’s massive natural resources meant that the perfect conditions for foreign capital fueled kleptocracy were there.

    (If you paid taxes to any administration from JFK to Clinton, chances are you helped pay for Mobutu’s Concorde trips to Paris: or maybe for his wedding to identical twins.)

    I’ve actually heard that some Congolese miss Mobutu in the same way some Somalis miss Siad Barre. Sure, they were corrupt thugs, but better that then the anarchy they’ve had without them.

  46. Anon7 says:

    I keep saying this, intellectually smart 130+IQ Washington apparatchiks really believe that the blackest and most African africans is just what the doctor ordered for all white states, especially cold ones.

    Their 130+ IQs are highly correlated with trait Openness to New Experience (which means they just know that more diversity is better). They are taught to hate and feel guilty about their own white race from pre-school to post-grad, and so adding the blackest blacks will brown things up nicely, as fast as possible.

    They really believe it. Really. If you want to change these policies, you can only fire these people, they’ll never change their beliefs.

    • Agree: fish
    • Replies: @Senor Moose
    , @Bragadocious
  47. nebulafox says:
    @Charon

    Why doesn’t Trump simply shut the whole program down? He could hardly make the lefties hate him more than they already do.

    Jim Baker once eloquently stated that the Republican Party should stop appeasing hasbara fanboys in New York for the simple, crass reason that American Jews don’t vote Republican anyway. Same principle here. Stop bending over backwards for NGO hippies who aren’t going to support you no matter what and start backing your base, aka, small-town Americans who were by and large never asked if they themselves wanted what the the cheap labor lobby and the human rights activists wanted. If people whine, ask Steve’s question: why not relocate them to Mississippi or Florida, which are closer and probably close to what the refugees are used to?

    • Agree: donut
  48. rexl says:
    @nebulafox

    exactly, what the hell. who does listen to small town America?

  49. @Reg Cæsar

    “He covers immigration… and other national security threats.” NYT’s post-literate zoomer editorial staff accidentally gets something right.

    • LOL: bomag, byrresheim
  50. Yeah, but think about all the Congo cuisine we’d be missing!

  51. Tiny Duck says:

    “You never hear about sending African refugees to, say, Jackson, Mississippi, even though the climate is a lot better for Africans. That’s because Jackson is already 81.4% black, so there’s no money to spend on refugees.”

    There is a reason for that. It is called white supremacy.

    Read Robin Diangelo and Tenahesi Coates to understand how white men created whiteness to plunnder People of Colour and build their livable societies on their backs.

    Thanks to demographic change and accoutability People of Cooler will soon control the institutions and will sets things to rights.

    Read Leonard Pitts

    Read the twitter accounts of Justin Moss and Christine Medrano

  52. Carol says:

    There seem to be white South Africans moving to Missoula as well.

    Lovely people, but not as fertile.

  53. Sean says:

    Those who get on such skyhook-to-the-West programs are the most educated and able in their country, and who wants to stay when the best are bailing out? Hence the country faces the loss of all educated elites and spiraling descent into a being a hellhole for the ordinary families who cannot leave.

    • Replies: @bomag
  54. indocon says:

    On a related topic, vibrancy finally has passed through the Caldicott tunnel into very White, very liberal, and very snooty burbs east of Oakland.
    https://www.sfgate.com/bayarea/article/Orinda-shooting-Halloween-party-shooter-14777959.php
    And the kicker, the house was an Airbnb rental, probably used by the vibrant hordes.

    Also, have not seen Steve’s comments on on this:
    https://www.huffpost.com/entry/michelle-obama-white-flight-youre-still-running_n_5db98616e4b066da5529f037

    The world is drowning in iSteve stories every day. We really need to clone him so they can be covered properly.

  55. anon[123] • Disclaimer says:

    It’s a tired question but I’ll ask anyway.

    Why can’t Congolese and Somalies be relocated to the same NYC neighborhood where NY Times staffers live? Into their building? Ideally on the same floor, just down the hall? Maybe walk their dogs for them, or babysit their children?

    If diversity is so great why do liberals stay so very far away from it?

    Yeah, I know. I know. Just thought I’d ask.

    • Replies: @bomag
    , @George
  56. anon[299] • Disclaimer says:
    @Reg Cæsar

    The NT Times has evidently purged all white gentiles from their paper.

  57. What would it take to get the New York Times to start calling them Congolians?

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
  58. Also note the weird framing that the population needs to fill seats in the schools, instead of the idea that the schools should be serving the population.

    • Replies: @Veracitor
  59. bomag says:
    @Sean

    Considering what “educated elites” have done for the West, this might be feature, not bug, for the Congo et al.

    • Replies: @Sean
  60. @indocon

    I just tweeted a link about the story to Steve. The pics of the party attendees don’t look like your typical Orinda residents. I grew up not far from there (our schools played each other) and back in the 80’s it was probably 95% white. Now, it’s probably 95% white/asian. There was a famous (for the Bay Area) murder there in 1985 or 6 that I’m pretty sure inspired the movie “Heathers”, whose writer was attending UC Berkeley at the time of the murder.

    • Replies: @indocon
    , @a reader
  61. bomag says:
    @anon

    …be relocated to the same NYC neighborhood where NY Times staffers live?

    LOL

    I’m sure they’ll tell us that they are suffering a refugee-less lifestyle so Missoulians can partake of all the benefits. For the children.

  62. Anonymous[485] • Disclaimer says:

    Has climate ever been a consideration in mass immigration? The countries that proportionally take the most non-white immigrants in Europe are Britain, Sweden, Germany, France (especially Paris and Northern France), etc. All high latitude countries with cold climates, especially in winter.

    If climate was a consideration then the EU should be lobbying countries like Spain, Portugal, Italy, Greece, etc, to take the bulk of non-white immigrants as those countries have the most compatible climates in Europe for non-whites. In reality the only considerations are wealth of an area and the liberalness of its inhabitants, ie less likely to protest against it.

  63. fish says:
    @Tiny Duck

    Ohs Tinys…..

    Y you’n haz to mess up my peeps namez agin? Who be’s “Tenahesi Coates”? What be’s a “People of Cooler”?

    All dat bein on teh recevin end o da buttsex reckin yo mind boy.

    Lendsperp “Man it be Muthafuckin Cold on teh furst day ob Novmberz” pitzzz

    • LOL: Charon
    • Replies: @Alfa158
  64. Old Prude says:
    @Tiny Duck

    Whenever the local paper prints a Leonard Pitts column I write a Letter to the Editor thanking them for publishing a piece that makes it clear how much minorities hate whites. It’s an important message.

    So yes, Mr. Duck. We should all read and understand Leonard Pitts. Good call.

  65. J.Ross says:
    @indocon

    Two dead in Chicongo and four dead in a white suburb of Oakland. Happy Halloween, we must ban candy. Check out the “flyer” for the AirBnB party. Can a white neighbor do something worse to his neighbors than invite over random unknown gangsta rap enthusiasts?
    https://postimg.cc/dZ6PM1Zj
    See any classic “Halloween” imagery? I don’t. It looks like a badly done gangsta rap album cover.

  66. Anonymous[337] • Disclaimer says:
    @RAZ

    Unless of course your goal was to displace dispossess and ultimately subjugate the historic people of the area.

    # mass immigration

  67. Anonymous[337] • Disclaimer says:
    @Tiny Duck

    Lets put an end to the plunder. No more Congolese in white nations.

  68. anon[299] • Disclaimer says:
    @SafeNow

    What are the top 10 escape places, Professor?

    • Replies: @Cloudbuster
    , @SafeNow
  69. Sean says:
    @bomag

    Elite is maybe the wrong word, perhaps upper middle class is more accurate. No doctor or top civil servant will stay and their families are the genetic seed corn. The ones that stay are overwhelmed and become disillusioned at being left. Ilan Omar is not from a average family of her homeland. It spirals. You cannot get life insurance in Nigeria because doctors who are willing to sign off a death certificate for a price are too common.

  70. @Carol

    I grew up in Missoula and remember the Good Food Store when it was a very small alternative bulk food store. Now it appears mainstream. Also remember the Hmong coming to Missoula and my high school in the ’70s. I think the Hmong have been well received, even if tribal and relatively non-assimilationist, because they are a reticent mountain people who are not attracted to taking over the host society. Community gardens and Saturday Market excepted, of course.

    • Replies: @ricpic
  71. @peterike

    He needs to be in SAW VII. For real though.

  72. @Alden

    On the bright side, work and sacrifice build character.

  73. “You never hear about sending African refugees to, say, Jackson, Mississippi, even though the climate is a lot better for Africans. That’s because Jackson is already 81.4% black, so there’s no money to spend on refugees.”

    It would lead to violence, for one thing. A sudden influx of blacks with different culture and language would provoke local blacks to defend their turf, or prey on the newcomers.

    Also, Trump issued an executive order in September which will make local governments accountable to taxpayers for allowing refugee resettlement. In the future, refugee welcoming decisions will put politicians running for re-election on a collision course with parents and citizens worried about quality of schools, policing and healthcare. Even blacks in Jackson would oppose refugee dumping, because it would strain the very services they depend on.

    Fun times ahead at the local municipal council meetings, thanks to Trump.

    • Replies: @Cloudbuster
    , @Bill Jones
  74. @nebulafox

    I’m happy to believe that the planners want to destroy whites, but a simpler explanation is that they know that the Congolese need white functioning. Did anyone hear Michelle Obama’s recent complaint about growing up in Chicago? Her family ‘did everything right’, and moved to a nicer, white neighborhood, but then the whites moved out, and the place turned into a shambles. Mean, mean whites!

    Please, God, make it stop.

    • Replies: @anonynous
  75. Screwtape says:
    @The Z Blog

    Exactly Z. In the United Economies of America, it is easy to mistake direct hostile action for the subtle meanderings of the hidden hand and the rest of the supply/demand contortions that temporarily explain away the actual endgame of leftism.

    There is something to be said, however, about the goodwhite effect. Which is that there tends to be a path of least resistance – be it fatter tax cattle and/or lower levels of identity-driven self interest, that makes certain geographies more ripe for POC parachute landings.

    Little urban blue outposts, run by proggy city councils and non-profit churchian charities in red states can do a lot to attract the replacement/resettlement grift.

    Look at the resistance to gentrification (code for white, moneyed) in ‘black neighborhoods’. The only thing POC areas hate more than whites is first gen POCs who might out-compete for government cheddar. No way a POC city is going to advocate for moar diversity is their strength.

    Blood and soil is a thing. Just not for whites. Most white people are so conditioned to this that the only socially legal channel through which they can advocate for any of their interests is economic. Even then it is tenuous should the maths suddenly get raciss.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  76. @Tiny Duck

    Read Leonard Pitts

    So you and Lenny Kvetch are on good terms again? You didn’t Blow us this time.

    I prefer my newspaper pitted.

  77. JimB says:
    @Rob McX

    What’s insane is the notion that the purpose of bringing Congolese to America is to solve Congo’s problems.


    When you were young and your heart was an open book
    You used to say live and let live
    (You know you did, you know you did, you know you did)
    But if this ever changing world in which we’re living
    Makes you give in and cry

    Say live and let die

  78. anon[587] • Disclaimer says:
    @RohadtMagyar

    Translation: Today Mexican workers paid a visit to the Embassy with the goal of registering a complaint at how they’re treated by their Hungarian company employer.”

    Talk about a problem with an easy solution. How many airliner flights to Mexico City would it take? Not that many, I wager.

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
  79. @a Newsreader

    What would it take to get the New York Times to start calling them Congolians?

    That sounds like kitchen flooring. The old term, Congoloids, is more fun.

    • Agree: Bubba
  80. El Dato says:
    @Mr. Anon

    That’s what you get for voting Trump.

    AND not immediately stopping the Holocaust in 1932.

    Now deal with The Master’s Retribution and His Voice.

  81. @Anon7

    If you’d ever interacted with any “Washington apparatchiks,” you’d know nearly none of them have an IQ remotely approaching 130. They are mostly mediocre nepotists–good at happily chirping back the same ideologies that were drilled into them from Georgetown Day School to Swarthmore to whatever lower first-tier school gave them a master’s in “international relations” or “public administration,” and bad at nearly everything else. They are not intellectually adventurous, and their “openness to new experience” begins and ends with a willingness to sample new “ethnic” food.

    We should stop pretending the elite are somehow there because they are intelligent or talented. They aren’t. They are there because they are members of a self-promoting cartel, designed for the enrichment and aggrandizement of the same few thousand families. If actually confronted with someone who forces them to question and reconsider their received ideologies, they quickly dissolve into a sad, sputtering mess.

    • Replies: @anon
    , @Anon7
  82. El Dato says:
    @indocon

    Sucks.

    Rent out your mansion. Come back to a “storage” directly out of a Tarantino movie.

  83. Jack D says:

    I’m surprised that no one has mentioned that these refugees are often placed where they are because various religiously affilated Catholic and Protestant “charities” have contracts with the government to handle them. It’s a real racket. HIAS is in this business also because there are no more fresh Jewish immigrants. No charity ever wants to close its doors because its mission is accomplished. Too many jobs depend on it.

    • Agree: Johann Ricke
  84. @anon

    Telling you would violate the rule “Don’t broadcast your escape places all over the damn place.”

  85. This Zolan Kanno feller is a Truth Specialist in the progressive movement’s war on whitey. What Woke has wreaked on journalism is astonishing. The continuing degradation of the fourth estate will eventually lead to its demise. And it’ll be a prolonged and nasty death.

    I’ve had the opportunity to spend some time in Spokane, North Idaho, and western Montana. It is utterly awesome country and will surely survive mankind. But its cities and towns will be destroyed by POC hordes if Zoloft and his comrades in Brooklyn and DC win this race war they started.

  86. Given the US drone strikes in Somalia which are killing children I’m thinking Minneapolis/St. Paul and its surrounding towns should be watching the skies carefully. I’ve got my eye on the apartment complex across the road from our subdivision. Am expecting a strike any day now.

  87. @Beavertales

    They settled a bunch of Somalis in Columbus adjacent to a native Black neighborhood. Any additional violence seems lost in the noise of urban Black violence. But the area is crappier than ever.

  88. @bomag

    “has been a magnet for Californians”

    A long-time friend of mine is a Bozeman native. He’s had this complaint since the early 1980s. It is true that California jackasses are importing their jackassery to Austin TX and western Montana and it causes me some distress because I’m a California jackass thinking about moving to Montana.

    • Replies: @anon
  89. indocon says:
    @Malcolm X-Lax

    Which city did you grow up in? I live these days a little south of there.

    • Replies: @Malcolm X-Lax
  90. indocon says:
    @J.Ross

    The mansion belonged to a rich Chinese doctor, my god this gets more interesting. And look at Airbnb’s response, they have banned the renter from the platform, OMG!!

    This undertow of America will be rampaging if Trump looses in 2020.

    • Replies: @Jim Don Bob
  91. @Tiny Duck

    Hey Steve, please consider tackling the topic of how Halloween tricks us into believing that eating five fun size candy bars is not the equivalent of eating a full size candy bar.

    • Replies: @Old Prude
  92. TWS says:
    @Tiny Duck

    Move the Congiloids to Montana and they will be people of cooler.

  93. lavoisier says: • Website

    He is contemplating what was once unthinkable, a return to East Africa and the camp he finally escaped.

    And the United States cannot suffer the loss of this vibrant human capital.

  94. Ed says:

    The WSJ followed a Congolese male refugee a few years ago. He was one of the last to be relocated before Trump came in office. This paradigm of manhood left his ten kids in Africa.

    https://www.wsj.com/articles/a-new-country-a-new-life-1486344790

    The 41-year-old, who landed Thursday at John F. Kennedy International Airport, was one of the last refugees to arrive in the U.S. before a White House order suspending the refugee resettlement program took effect. He was the 55th refugee received by the International Institute of Connecticut since October, according to executive director Claudia Connor, who thought he would be the last for at least four months.

    Mr. Kangere, who fled the Democratic Republic of Congo seven years ago fearing for his life, said politics aren’t his primary concern. He is more focused on finding a job so he can eventually bring his family—he has 10 children—to the U.S.

    One day in 2010, he said he was threatened by two Congolese soldiers and, concerned for his life, fled to Nairobi, Kenya, where he received refugee status and lived for seven years awaiting resettlement. He hasn’t seen his family since. His parents and sister are caring for eight of his children, but communication has been difficult. His other two children live with their mothers.

    “Sometimes I feel bad that I am all alone,” said Mr. Kangere, who is divorced. “I don’t how my children are, and how are they living, how is their life? All those things when I think about it, I really feel bad.”

    • Replies: @res
    , @notsaying
  95. anon[587] • Disclaimer says:
    @Jack D

    I’m surprised that no one has mentioned that these refugees are often placed where they are because various religiously affilated Catholic and Protestant “charities” have contracts with the government to handle them.

    Well, that kind of goes without saying, but what the heck, let’s say it: Catholic Relief Services and the Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service have been the main drivers in destroying the society of Minnesota. And Maine. Others are busy destroying Montana. And…

    It’s a real racket.

    You bet it is. Refugee resettlement is a business, there are profits to be had. There’s always some dear clone of Mrs. Jellyby willing to help the natives of some far off land by bringing them to this land – never into Mrs. Jellyby’s house or neighborhood, to be sure. Not more than one, ever.

    No charity ever wants to close its doors because its mission is accomplished. Too many jobs depend on it.

    The “March of Dimes” is one example of such an iron rice bowl. There are others.

  96. indocon says:

    Major alert folks, in this story I believe for the first time ever I have seen the graphical representation depict the races accurately, the thief is AA, victims are city slicker whites, cop looks mixed raced.

    https://www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2019/11/stealing-amazon-packages-age-nextdoor/598156/

  97. @El Dato

    Armed actors? There ought to be some way to relocate these folks to Hollywood then. They can start off as security guards outside the studios until one of Steve Sailer’s friends could hook them up with the a good casting company.

  98. @Intelligent Dasein

    Nice!

    Wait, Village People or Pablo Cruz??

    • Replies: @Gary in Gramercy
  99. peterike says:
    @J.Ross

    Can a white neighbor do something worse to his neighbors than invite over random unknown gangsta rap enthusiasts?

    He isn’t white.

    Michael Wang, who owns the home, said he rented it out to a woman through Airbnb for what the woman said would be a family reunion for a dozen people.

    What a diverse story! So Chinese dude looking for money money money, in typical Chinese style, rents his house to someone even more diverse then he is, and is either too naive, too stupid or too greedy to not fall for the oldest con in the rental world: “oh yeah, we’re just going to have a small party.”

    I don’t know if Wang is an off-the-boater or one of the new generation of super-woke Asians. So his ignorance could be genuine or force-fed. Who can say?

    The new diverse America! Ain’t it great?

    • Agree: Charon
  100. @Beavertales

    “It would lead to violence, for one thing. A sudden influx of blacks with different culture and language would provoke local blacks to defend their turf, or prey on the newcomers. ”

    And the downside?

  101. @nebulafox

    “…small-town Americans who were by and large never asked if they themselves wanted what the the cheap labor lobby and the human rights activists wanted.”

    And not just small-town Americans either. On the other hand, they’re just–Deplorables.

  102. @Jack D

    I hear Catholic Charities gloms $100 million a year from taxpayers on the immigrant scam.

    That keeps a lot of pederasts fed.

  103. Please don’t send no Congoleums to Alabama. We don’t need nairn.

    • Replies: @Cortes
  104. @vinny

    I looked it up.

    A Congolese in the Congo emits about 0.08 tons of CO2.

    In Montana it’s about 30.6 per capita.

    So importing 10,000 Congolese to Montana is the equivalent of an extra 3.8 million Congolese.

    • Replies: @anon
    , @Reg Cæsar
    , @Lot
    , @Hail
  105. @Tiny Duck

    Ducky, you could have at least spelled Brotha Coates’ first name correctly.

  106. L.D. says: • Website
    @The Z Blog

    “Simply saying “We don’t want Africans” is not acceptable, when it should be the ultimate trump card.”

    As per usual, the blogger known as “ZMan” (what’s this Z for, “Zimmermann”?) is always very clear, tough and vocal when it comes to how he thinks dark-skinned non-whites should be treated, how they should be dealt with by whites. The other day, in one of his columns, he was toying with the idea of sinking boats full of Africans in the Mediterranean and kicking out all ethnic Pakistanis living in Europe.

    So based. Look at this tough guy talking.

    And yet, the same based guy who talks so tough when it comes to dark-skinned non-whites suddenly turns into a centrist, blue-pilled, mainstream voice the moment Jews are mentioned. He will scream “Anti-Semite!” at any one who says something like “We don’t want Jews”. I wonder why that is, but I have a hunch.

    • Troll: Cloudbuster
    • Replies: @Fred C Dobbs
  107. anon[587] • Disclaimer says:
    @Paleo Liberal

    A Congolese in the Congo emits about 0.08 tons of CO2.

    In Montana it’s about 30.6 per capita.

    Where did you look this up? Please provide a source. Thanks.

    • Replies: @Paleo Liberal
  108. @Jack D

    The March of Dimes is still alive and kicking, even though we have a polio vaccine now.

  109. SafeNow says:
    @anon

    “What are the top-10 escape places, Professor?”

    Thank you for posing this question to the Internet Professor of Escape Places. The choice depends upon various circumstances and traits of the escaper: The need for proficient medical care, the type of society that would be a good fit, financial resources, and so on. From your many comments, I consider you erudite, even by the high standards of this website. From the things I can glean about you from your writing, I recommend Oak Ridge, North Carolina, a suburb of Greensboro. Try a Google image search and a Trulia real estate search and see if it comports with your sense of place. Of course, the demographics are fine.

    • Replies: @TheTrumanShow
  110. @Achmed E. Newman

    I think out of the US, people would automatically assume someone teaching African Studies has to work for the CIA.

  111. @Paleo Liberal

    A Congolese in the Congo emits about 0.08 tons of CO2.

    Does that take into account flatulence? Human or bovine.

  112. ricpic says:

    Them thar schvartzes make nat’rul cowboys I tellsya!

  113. J.Ross says:
    @slumber_j

    It’s not exactly new or a secret that the CIA is massively into the academy, internationally-focused university programs, and societally destabilizing projects. A separate question is whether our academy would be such societally destabilizing garbage without the CIA or whether that would have happened on its own.

    • Replies: @anon
  114. res says:
    @Ed

    Don’t worry, if he is ever given US citizenship (i.e. the next time a Democrat is president) he will be reunited with his children soon enough.

  115. ricpic says:
    @Neil Templeton

    In other words the Hmong are pretty shitty.

    • Replies: @Neil Templeton
  116. Alden says:
    @nebulafox

    A taxpayer funded legal foundation would file a lawsuit against shutting the program down electronically an hour after he did so.

    10/am next day judge in some muni court somewhere would issue an injunction forbidding carrying out Trump’s order.

    As the case slithered through various levels of courts the refugees would freely invade helped by our money and NGO do gooders for decades.

    If Trump’s DOJ won by some miracle, the liberal legal foundation would just file again and some minion of Satan judge would order another injunction.

    Judicial Supremacy It should be added to the great deal of the USA, the national anthem and pledge of allegiance.

    • Agree: bomag
  117. ricpic says:
    @Reg Cæsar

    Nothing more dangerous than light skinned blacks.

  118. J.Ross says:
    @Jack D

    This is true, a sovereign, law-enforcing government would mercilessly pursue HIAS but it would also bury that story under a mountain of corrupt Christian churches. Free money from the government and a truly selfless solution to empty pews.

  119. Alden says:
    @indocon

    Aren’t the liberals putting up section 8 apartments all over Mount Diablo ruining the view and everything else?

  120. anonymous[230] • Disclaimer says:

    “Free speech” grifter Dave Rubin and his ilk have firmly said NO, on the topic of whether discussing White demographics is permissible.

    European peoples UNIQUELY must be ‘diverse’ and ‘multicultural’, they insist, and Americans are ‘only an idea’.

    Stefan Molyneux and Michelle Malkin, God bless her, among others, oppose. Many TPUSA officials have resigned in protest. Some black social media stars like Hotep and AmazingLucas support the free speech.

    Where will Jordan Peterson, Peter Thiel, Tucker Carlson, Ezra Levant stand?

    Will you chime in, Steve?

    The defining issue of our time is being decided now.

    If you don’t know what the hell I’m talking about, for Heaven’s sake, look up Nick Fuentes. Do it now before he’s unpersonned.

  121. TWS says:
    @The Z Blog

    The problem is not so much that boomers allow everything to be put in economic terms, it’s that they can’t break out of that model. It’s clear it’s malice not money, the Catholic church could get more by bringing them to cities with Tyson chicken plants or sorting centers. But no put them where they have zero skills zero chance to be productive and zero chance they will get off the govt teat. Pure malice and hatred.

  122. Whiskey says: • Website

    These refugees need to be moved to Malibu stat! How hard would it be to rent a house there for a month and point out how Rob Reiner loves immigrants and would surely put the up?

    Israeli did that to Sarah Silverman sister who went on about refugees. She’s a rabbi fwiw.

  123. eah says:

  124. Anon7 says:

    Yes, but importing dandy Congolese is just part of the plan. Nancy Pelosi now says that Medicare for All can be paid for by legalizing all illegals currently in-country and importing lots more.

    Apparently, illegals can not only put a new roof on your house for less money, but can build you a cheaper universal healthcare plan as well. Remember, they do the jobs that Americans won’t do. Genius!

    It’s so smart it’s got me scratching my head. How can adding millions more people who are a net drag on the system help pay for the system? I guess that’s why Pelosi is in Washington and I’m on my couch.

    Maybe it’s like that old saw about selling a widget that costs $1 to make for 95 cents; you can always make it up in volume.

  125. Missoula is a little blue dot in the red sea that is Montana.

    Perhaps they deserve it. Certainly I’m much rather see any black refugees (or blacks of any kind), channeled there rather than here.

    When Missoula gets nice ‘n diverse, boy, will we be jealous.

    • Replies: @RAZ
  126. If only it were insane!

    When viruses and parasites take control of an animal or a plant, they get it to do things which makes it easier for them to reproduce unchallenging by their victim and harder for the victim to defend itself.

    And this is what it’s all about here.

    No, the New York Times doesn’t believe the United States problems, but it does believe that if the population of the United States is busy and occupied with the problems Congolese bring, it won’t have time to worry about other problems the New York Times and its allies cause. This is, literally, the oldest trick in the book.

  127. Paleoconn says:

    Here in the great white North, I have frequent wtf moments when I come across a coal black African on the streets in polar vortex 20 below February weather. Two years ago, we celebrated our 150th birthday as a country. On the state broadcaster they had an uplifting story about a Somali immigrant who, since arriving in Canada in 1996, has been able to bring 150 family members from his benighted homeland in 21 short years.

  128. @Anon7

    I’m sure they do believe it. The question is, do they live it, aside from going to that exciting new Ethiopian fusion restaurant in Georgetown?

  129. Barnard says:
    @The Z Blog

    I think part of it is also an understanding by a few of the people who work with various non white refugee groups that none of these groups mix well with any non whites. Deep down they know mixing a couple thousand people from the Congo with American blacks and some more migrants from Nicaragua is certain to create a combustible situation. They would never say that publicly but they know sticking refugees in 90% plus white communities is the only way to keep those places functioning even over the short term.

  130. Alfa158 says:
    @fish

    He’s not the only one who misspells Tennessee Coates’s first name. Even our genial blogger Steve Sailer, (PBUH), and Coates himself misspell it. It’s not even like it’s a real spelling bee puzzler like Mississippi.

  131. Icy Blast says:
    @Mr. Anon

    Sailer is afraid to point this out. He is well aware of the malicious intent behind this. Anyone who protests will be ruined. That’s part of the fun for the ruling class!

    • Agree: AndrewR
  132. Cortes says:

    For the last month or so it’s been amusing to observe recent arrivals to the area here in Scotland (circa 55.5N) dressed for Ice Station Zebra. While young local products are swanning around with short sleeves and, often, shorts and older locals have put on one extra layer.

    By mid-February it ought to be interesting. My friend in mid-Michigan reported snow yesterday afternoon and a forecast of a polar vortex. The Missoula experience should be fascinating – I trust there’ll be a reality tv programme in due course to chart the progress of the 2030 US Winter Olympic team.

    And couldn’t the Congolese have been introduced to New Ulm, Minnesota, which used to be the most ethnically homogeneous place in the USA?

  133. donut says:

    This is on topic . I’ve recently been reading Sen . Theodore Bilbo’s book “Take Your Choice : Separation or Mongrelization” , written in 1944 I am surprised at how the same arguments in favor of miscegenation proposed by the immigrant Franz Boas’ poisonous ideas have been spread and been pushed by his fellow tribesmen at colleges and universities across the Nation . The arguments for and against have not changed . Only the ostracizing and silencing of the opposing views .

  134. Lot says:
    @Paleo Liberal

    Those African estimates don’t include their use of very dirty power sources for cooking, usually wood or low quality charcoal. Same sources are used for heat in those parts of SSA with cold enough winters.

    • Replies: @Autochthon
    , @Joe Stalin
  135. notsaying says:
    @Ed

    This is it?

    One day in 2010, he said he was threatened by two Congolese soldiers and, concerned for his life, fled to Nairobi, Kenya, where he received refugee status and lived for seven years awaiting resettlement.

    This is the only reason that we accepted him — because one time he was threatened by two soldiers and ran for his life? Those soldiers would never remember him and would probably never see him again. He should have been sent back home long ago!

    This is the stupidest and most ridiculous thing I’ve read in a long time.

    • Agree: bomag
    • Replies: @Ed
    , @Autochthon
  136. To supporters like Mr. Engen, the Congolese are filling a void of cultural diversity in a town that is nearly 90 percent white.

    Nothing like having your void filled with Africans.

  137. To supporters like Mr. Engen, the Congolese are filling a void of cultural diversity in a town that is nearly 90 percent white.

    I’m sure the diversity void is even greater in Beverly Hills or Martha’s Vineyard, so…

    • Replies: @Anon
  138. @Cloudbuster

    Fucking priceless………if it was for those damn teachers and administrators.

  139. I’m earnestly opposed to Congolese in Maine. I want to be elusive about my relationship to that cohort but I promise I have deep personal first hand resentment.
    BUT, the Globalists could at least say that they were attempting to integrate them where they might succeed. There’s a pretty big cohort in Maine with residual-to-fluent French skills. It’s not unimaginable that francophone peoples in Maine would do better than elsewhere.
    Putting them in Montana, though, is just a flat out insult

    • Replies: @Angharad
  140. @El Dato

    Useless trivia: The picture in the meme is from The Black Hole (1979). That’s Anthony Perkins (Norman Bates in Psycho) on the left.

    • Replies: @J.Ross
    , @Lurker
  141. George says:
    @anon

    NYC is for upscale Africans like those Igbo you are always hearing about.

    Hey, iSteve! Maybe the plan to transfer high IQ people to the nicer and more desirable equatorial areas, now that we have AC, vaccines, ect. The low IQ people will be transferred closer to the poles and away from anyplace with an ocean view. High IQ people should not have to tolerate anything less than 50°F and anyplace more than 50 miles from an ocean.

  142. @J.Ross

    Can a white neighbor do something worse to his neighbors than invite over random unknown gangsta rap enthusiasts?

    The article says the homeowner’s name is Michael Wang.

    • Replies: @J.Ross
    , @Gary in Gramercy
  143. Ed says:
    @notsaying

    Exactly! Congo is massive no one would know or care. He should never have been relocated here.

  144. @RobUK

    An immigration moratorium would allow us to avoid the void fillers.

    Once I had though that Western Civ that had produced Shakespeare, Milton, KJV, TS Eliot was mostly free of voids. Now, the consensus tells me to know better.
    Maybe flyover country should be renamed void-ville region

  145. I hope Trump brings it down to Zero. I don’t care if it short dicks every cannibal on the Congo.

    Now get off…..my……..obstacle.

    https://getyarn.io/yarn-clip/c817455a-0dee-4665-9dd8-1abfd0bac630

  146. ziggurat says:
    @Cloudbuster

    Thanks for the funny video by Ramz Paul. I love the dry humor. And it’s so true.

  147. @Achmed E. Newman

    War (what were they good for?). The reference is to “Why Can’t We Be Friends?”

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
  148. J.Ross says:
    @Light Roast

    East Asians are generally honorary whites for most purposes and his story (he didn’t call the party, the woman renting from him did, after giving him a false story) provides us with a rejoinder to what had been the racial story out of AirBnB, that evil racists were denying BnB to perfecly airheaded blacks. Now we can point to this and demand to know who we’re letting into our house.

  149. Hail says: • Website

    Relocating Congolese to Missoula

    I believe 2010s-era US racialist figure Richard Spencer (b.1978) long maintained two residences, one near Kalispell, Montana, and one in Alexandria, Virginia. (I think a campaign of steady, mob-like, left-wing targeted harassment of the latter, combined with the crackdown on the Alt-Right, induced him to sell the Alexandria, Virginia, residence and his think tank’s modest office in Washington, circa early 2018.)

    At 120 road miles north, Kalispell is not exactly next door to Missoula, but the two are comparable in size and scope — except for the latter’s big university.

    Kalispell was the subject of several “two minute hates” of late because of Spencer’s presence there, and the political-commissar org the SPLC characteristically got involved on behalf of a local Jewish critic of Spencer’s, and sued various parties.

    Missoula has not been subject to the same wrath. But we know how the system works: I’s only a matter of time before it, too is Ferguson’ed — despite its highly educated population and the college, which will delay the reckoning but not avoid it. Missoula has far, far too few immigrants (2010 census: 0.5% Black, 1.2% Asian, 2.9% Hispanic).

    (See also Paul Kersey — Columbiana, Ohio, a 98% White City, Rated by Reader’s Digest As Nicest Place in America: City Leaders Promise They’re “Seeking Ways to Attract Diversity” and my profile of the town’s City Manager.)

    • Replies: @J.Ross
  150. bomag says:
    @Jack D

    I’d like to see an enterprising journalist or politician put out a list of these groups (from the little I see, it’s huge); their budgets; the number of “refugees” settled; crimes committed by these additions to our country; etc.

    I’m sure the NYT would spill plenty of ink and bandwidth denouncing it as racist, while calling for even more resettlement as punishment.

    If we are going to insist on hurtling towards a wall/cliff, it would be nice to know the velocity and mass of our vehicle.

    • Replies: @Rob McX
  151. @Light Roast

    Well, there’s your problem: the partygoers had been told to expect a Wang Dang Doodle. (Lot of versions floating around, but the two best by far come from Howlin’ Wolf and Koko Taylor.)

    • Replies: @Charon
  152. J.Ross says:
    @Stan Adams

    It always confused me that this was from the same year as Alien but looks like it’s from the early to mid sixties.
    And also a Disney picture being so dark.

  153. J.Ross says:
    @Hail

    The bastards identified his mother (who is an apolitical civilian who has not endorsed his statements) and attempted to pressure her into donating all her property to them as a penance. All mainstream reporting on the issue concerned the anti-Semitic “backlash” to “going after somebody’s mother.”

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  154. anon[174] • Disclaimer says:
    @Senor Moose

    They are there because they are members of a self-promoting cartel, designed for the enrichment and aggrandizement of the same few thousand families.

    There is a perfectly good word that isn’t used nearly enough in the current year: Nepotism.

  155. anon[174] • Disclaimer says:
    @SunBakedSuburb

    I’m a California jackass thinking about moving to Montana.

    Going to be a dental-floss tycoon?

    • LOL: jim jones
  156. @Gary in Gramercy

    Doh! Thank you, Gary. Didn’t feel up to duckduckgo at the time. I get your reference too… #SAD

  157. @anon

    Nah, piece of cake with a fleet of 150-seat (coach only + 15 armed guards) 737s. Swift Air does it – call sign: “Repatriate”.

  158. Cortes says:
    @the one they call Desanex

    Aargh!

    Soooo many bad memories of trying to get rid of Congowall “tiling” and Congoleum flooring from our second house. Credit to them: they built to last.

  159. newrouter says:

    Trump said at Mississippi rally paraphrase: “Invade the world invite the world”.

    • Replies: @newrouter
  160. Hail says: • Website
    @The Germ Theory of Disease

    The Tiny Hats are going to make absolutely sure that every single exit is locked

    It’s worth saying that it’s an effort directed from afar.

    The Jewish population on the ground in Montana is probably <2,500, or ~0.2% of total, much of which is certainly concentrated in college towns like Missoula, professors and their families.

    One Missoula-born Jew who has appeared on the pages of iSteve is Nate Schweber of the New York Times (oh whom, see a March 2019 thread’s comment-24 and replies).

    Statistically, a full 19 of 20 White-Christian Montanans will count zero Jews among their closest thirty or so friends/acquaintances; as for that 1 in 20, he/she is statistically likely to be attached directly to a college/university.

    • Replies: @Neil Templeton
  161. newrouter says:
    @newrouter

    About 40 minutes into rally

    • Replies: @Hail
  162. Cabillaud says:

    Related: on the asylum industry in Ireland, and the methods used to “subvert, undermine, and intimidate” local opposition. Every month a new small town finds itself trending on Twitter, and the national media descends on the town looking for bumpkins who can be quoted saying “I’m not racist but”.

    • Replies: @JMcG
  163. @RAZ

    University town huh? That means young, fertile, white girls for the new Congolese to rape, as is their wont.

  164. @Charon

    How do these dick-knuckles reckon that Hernán Cortés did not fill a “void of cultural diversity” by leading a passel of Spanish into Mexico? Why, think of the selfless work of the British, who filled “a void of cultural diversity” on one quarter of the Earth’s surface once upon a time. And the hard work of my own ancestors, filling a void of cultural diversity right here in North America, beginning in the year 1607.

    I’m very confused about this stuff, since it cannot possibly have anything to do with the races of the fillers and the filled….

    • Agree: bomag
    • Replies: @Mr. Grey
  165. Hail says: • Website
    @newrouter

    Thanks, newrouter. I found the section you’re talking about and have transcribed the relevant part of the (Nov. 1) Mississippi rally, in which Trump comes very close to “Invade the World, Invite the World” (see bold, below).

    Trump’s exact wording was “Fight them over there only to invite them over here.”

    Trump: How the hell did this happen? We’re protecting like 94 countries.

    Ask China: “How many countries are you protecting, President Xi?” And they look at me like, What a stupid question. “We protect one. China.” You ask President Putin, “How many countries are you protecting, President Putin?” And he goes, “Russia.” We’re protecting at least 94. So many they can’t even tell me. I’ve been trying to get an answer for months. It’s crazy.

    Trump: These same politicians poured precious American blood and treasure into the sands of the Middle East, while allowing our cities fall into disrepair and decacy.

    Our failed ruling class believed it was their right to rule over you, to take your money, to take your jobs, to redistribute your wealth, all over the globe, wherever they wanted it. But I don’t like that. [Audience cheers]. I don’t like that.

    The great sell-out has ended. And it ended the day I took to oath of office. [Applause and cheering].

    After years of building up foreign nations, we are finally building up OUR nation. [Continuous cheers]. We are finally putting America first.

    Our policy of never-ending war, regime change, and nation building, is being replaced by the clear-eyed pursuit of American interest. [Man in audience audibly shouts, “There you go!”]. It is the job of our military to protect our security, not to be the policeman of the world.

    Trump: We don’t have to defend the borders between Turkey and Syria.

    Trump: Past leaders’ foolish military adventures turned far-away nations into very, very dangerous war zones. Then they demanded that American citizens accept unlimited migration! — from those terror-afflicted nations and regions. [Mild booing from audience]. I don’t think so; I don’t think so. We did not fight them over there only to invite them over here. [Vigorous audience cheers]. We don’t want to do that. [Sustained audience cheers and applause].

    To protect our communities, my administration restricted migration from terror-prone nations and implemented the toughest-ever vetting procedures. The toughest that we’ve ever had.

  166. @Lot

    I did not know the savages cooked each other before they ate each other. Man, I am always learning something new here.

    • Replies: @Lot
    , @PiltdownMan
  167. @notsaying

    Under international law and conventions, even assuming his tiff with the soldiers in the Congo constitutes a legitimate concern (just for the sake of argument), he should be given asylum in Kenya (as, indeed, he obviously was, de facto if not de jure, since the conniving bastard stayed there for seven(!) years. There is no conceivable universe in which there is any reason whatsoever for his being brought to the F.U.S.A. … save, of course, his contribution to its wholesale destruction, which is, indeed, why he was brought here – make no mistake: the people doing this are evil, not stupid.

    • Agree: jim jones
  168. @peterike

    Missoula Mayor Engen is an emotional basket-case, a drunk and a pill popper. He also has a fat, soyman face.

    All true. And apparently he and his wife “live in the Rattlesnake Valley along with their rescued Labradoodle, Odie, and a cat called Moose. The family’s rescued greyhound, Patches, died in February 2011.”

    So, no mention of children. No interest in creating the next generation of Americans. So instead of helping the current generation of Americans have families he just opts to replace them with Congolese.

    Oh, and while I do love animals (really) I absolutely despise anyone who talks about their animals as if they were real children. They are not. Talking about them that way is just a sad way of trying to excuse the absence of real children or grandchildren in your life. Young human children require a lot of attention and cannot be left alone in a kennel or a backyard for hours and hours at a time.

  169. Hail says: • Website
    @anonymous

    Trump admin policy is to bring Christian refugees rather than Muslims. […] A lot of influential community leaders in places in South Dakota are going to support more Congolese.

  170. @anonymous

    Trump admin policy is to bring Christian refugees rather than Muslims. These refugees will integrate a lot better in fly over country because of the unifying culture of conservative Christianity.

    Ummm…most American blacks are Christian. So are most Hispanic immigrants, and not a small number of Asian immigrants, too. Blood trumps faith far more often than not. Sure, a Christian immigrant from Africa or the Middle East is better than a Muslim immigrant, but all in all it’s preferable to have neither.

    • Replies: @anonymous
  171. The Swamp says:

    From The Australian, Nov. 1:
    Flesh-eating ulcers on the march by Remy Varga.

    The Buruli Ulcer is caused by the bacterium Mycobacterium Ulcerans …
    Victoria is the only place outside the tropics where the virus has been detected …
    The bacteria has been detected in mosquitoes, vegetation, and possums…
    The health department is supporting a research collabaration .. to understand how the infection is spread.

    So, no interest in how it got from Africa to southern Australia.

  172. @PiltdownMan

    I see that and raise you the RT documentary, “Machete Boys of Congo”:

  173. filling a void of cultural diversity in a town that is nearly 90 percent white

    i.e. punishing towns that have the effrontery to still be white.

    The notion that the United States can do anything about the problems of 87 million and counting Congolese via refugeedom is insane,

    Absolutely correct. There is also this bizarre notion that, when people are in genuine danger from tribal warfare in Eastern Congo, then refuge is somehow more appropriate in Missoula than in Kinshasa.

    but you’re not supposed to mention that.

    All the more reason to keep mentioning it.

    It is also likely that the “refugees” will include a number of war criminals. The SJWs literally don’t care, because the purpose of the exercise is not to help deserving Congolese people, but to annoy “deplorables” in the USA.

    • Replies: @Rob McX
    , @bomag
  174. Hail says: • Website
    @PiltdownMan

    The weird line

    filling a void of cultural diversity

    is ripe for satire.

  175. @peterike

    Jesus Christ, I could easily beat this fat degenerate for mayor of Missoula.

  176. Anon[214] • Disclaimer says:

    OT: Beto drops out. He just doesn’t have what it takes, although he could probably get elected Governor of California. He’s got that airheaded Jerry Brown personality. Unfortunately for him, he’s from Texas.

  177. Congolese = Loco genes.

    • Replies: @Hail
  178. @ricpic

    No. Taking over the Saturday Market is not shitty, it is a mild suggestion from people who want to live and be left alone.

  179. Hail says: • Website
    @Reg Cæsar

    Perhaps the real loco genes are the staff of Congolese-refugee resettlement group “Soft Landing Missoula.” Four full-time staff members, all white women; unmarried? Mary, Molly, Greta, and Maria. Eight board of directors members. Alysha Goheen, President.

    https://softlandingmissoula.org/contact/#our-team-anchor

    In the fall of 2016, Soft Landing Missoula was born from a grassroots effort by Missoula community members with the goal to do more for refugees fleeing war and persecution. […] One short year later, and a lot of hard work by many, we saw the arrival of the first refugee family to land in Missoula in decades.

    Possible rebranding for the group: “Soft Treason Missoula.”

  180. Anonymous[427] • Disclaimer says:

    Roland was a warrior
    From the Land of the Midnight Sun
    With a Thompson Gun for hire
    Fighting to be done

    The deal was made in Denmark
    On a dark and stormy day
    So he set out for Biafra
    To join the bloody fray

    Through ’66 and 7
    They fought the Congo War
    With their fingers on their triggers
    Knee-deep in gore
    The days and nights they battled
    The Bantu to their Knees
    They killed to earn their living
    And to help out the Congolese

  181. Lot says:
    @Autochthon

    Papuans like their human brains raw and moist. The kuru prions are the spice that makes the meal.

    • Replies: @Rob McX
    , @Paleo Liberal
  182. @Hail

    Four full-time staff members, all white women; unmarried? Mary, Molly, Greta, and Maria.

    I’ve heard of the Messiah complex, but this looks like a Madonna complex.

    What do you expect from a town named for a corn oil?

    • Replies: @Neil Templeton
  183. Lot says:
    @Hail

    “ In the fall of 2016, Soft Landing Missoula was born from a grassroots effort by Missoula community members with the goal to do more for refugees fleeing war and persecution. At the time, Montana was one of only 2 states in the nation that was not participating in resettlement. One short year later, and a lot of hard work by many, we saw the arrival of the first refugee family to land in Missoula in decades. ”

  184. @Hail

    It ain’t the Jews, it’s the lack of self respect.

  185. @Reg Cæsar

    Don’t get clever with my hometown, Reg.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
  186. @Autochthon

    This is easier to do in countries where pizza delivery is actually a thing.

    • Replies: @J
    , @J
  187. Hail says: • Website

    Interesting data on refugee arrivals by state for Oct 2018 to Sept. 2019

    Department of State
    Bureau of Population, Refugees, and Migration
    Office of Admissions – Refugee Processing Center
    Refugee Arrivals by State (PDF)
    From October 1, 2018 through September 30, 2019

    – Montana got 97 refugees;
    – Idaho got 523, 3.3x as many refugees per-capita as Montana;
    – Wyoming got zero refugees (next on the ‘hit list’?)

    The census bureau estimates there were a grand total of 417 Blacks (+/- 124) resident in the Missoula metro area as of 2015 (0.3%-0.6% of total; presumably mainly tied to the Univ. of Montana).

    If Missoula takes in fifty Congolese refugees a year starting in 2017 (the first year a refugee was resettled in Missoula) — plausible given that they now have a treason lobby (see “Soft Landing Missoula,” above) — the Congolese would dominate the Missoula Black population within ten years. Especially given higher fertility. Then chain migration. Missoula could pass the 3%-Congolese mark before 2040?

    Plausible. But — why?

    • Replies: @HOS
  188. Rob McX says:
    @bomag

    Ann Corcoran’s Refugee Resettlement Watch is an excellent site keeping track of this.

    • Replies: @bomag
  189. Rob McX says:
    @Lot

    That would explain why they’re the brainiest people in the world, according to Jared Diamond.

  190. anon[372] • Disclaimer says:
    @J.Ross

    A separate question is whether our academy would be such societally destabilizing garbage without the CIA or whether that would have happened on its own.

    Yes this.
    What would our political life look like if issues and arguments came from the majority of the population, ordinary people? How warped are all our discussions due to a handfull of rich and powerful people controlling the stage?

  191. The specific case that the article chooses to write about conveys the impression to the reader that the Congolese refugees that we are resettling are refugee camp residents over there in Africa, brought here in an act of benevolence by our government.

    But many Congolese “refugees” get here by themselves, and the resettlements are of people who claimed asylum after setting foot in America. Such as these Congolese and others who crossed the Rio Grande, or those who fly into Texas, en masse. San Antonio now has a Congolese Community Association.

    https://www.kens5.com/article/news/local/parle-vous-francais-city-searches-for-french-speakers-as-hundreds-of-congolese-asylum-seekers-head-to-sa/273-0c015995-05b2-4a0e-959b-fdc1d2991d6f

    http://congolaisdesa.org/

  192. Rob McX says:
    @James N. Kennett

    It is also likely that the “refugees” will include a number of war criminals.

    Of course. Many “refugees” are just escaping their just deserts after their victims get the upper hand in politics.

    Rwandan cab driver in England linked to a million murders, can’t be sent home despite having been turned down for asylum.

  193. Anonymous[249] • Disclaimer says:
    @Hannah Katz

    So if someone from the Democratic Republic of the Congo is Congolese, what do you call someone from the Republic of the Congo, next door?

    A Brazza?

  194. @L.D.

    If I recall, Russian ancestry, Jesuit education. Pretty sure he has stated he’s agnostic on the JQ. There goes that one, pal.

    • Replies: @Corvinus
  195. @indocon

    Benicia, next to Vallejo.

    • Replies: @indocon
  196. anonymous[102] • Disclaimer says:
    @VoiceOf(T)reason

    People here are against immigration. That’s obvious enough. We are analyzing what other Americans want. I predict South Dakota senators will show a lenient attitude towards more Congolese.

  197. @Neil Templeton

    Don’t get clever with my hometown, Reg.

    Sounds like it’s going to helena handbasket. Cast billingsgate my way if you wish, but much bigger and more prominent places have suffered great falls. A search will give you a good roundup of these.

    Butte I digress… May these witches Mary, Molly, and Maria kalispell on you.

  198. Lurker says:
    @Stan Adams

    Thanks, I was wondering what that was from.

  199. @Hail

    Maybe call it, “When cheap box wine and a dozen cats aren’t enough on those lonely Friday nights.”

    A normal, healthy body has something called an immune system that works to expel and terminate disease.

    You’d think a normal, healthy community like Missoula would have a similar mechanism.

    You’d be wrong.

  200. JMcG says:
    @Cabillaud

    Yes, a small town on Achill Island off Mayo is this week’s entrant. Someone burned the local Sinn Fein councillor’s car over his support for asylum seekers. My guess would be the prick did it himself.

  201. europeans are a resource to be allocated. they aren’t people with their own interests, or even an identity.

    a fundamental tenet of leftist ideology is to turn europeans into mules. mules will do the work for the other groups. but never for themselves.

    • Agree: Hail
  202. Someone should bus a couple million Congolese into Dean Baquet’s neighbourhood.

    BTW, Baquet is pronounced “Back-EH,” kind of like an affected way to say Becky.

  203. Old Prude says:
    @SunBakedSuburb

    Truth in advertising: A fun size Snickers should be the size of a loaf of bread.

  204. J says:
    @PiltdownMan

    All jokes aside, more than a few American pizza delivery guys *have* been murdered by African Americans, not for their ‘meat on the hoof’, but for the chump change in their pockets – plus a small side order of fries.

    In actuality the mens rea for these crimes is identical to the thinking of the anthrophage.

    • Replies: @Joe Stalin
  205. eah says:

    Seeing Congolese when you visit the ‘Big Sky’ state is bad enough; in scale and impact on American professional workers, this is far worse:

    • Replies: @Autochthon
    , @bomag
    , @ziggurat
  206. J says:
    @PiltdownMan

    Back in my newspaper reading days in the 1970s, a hoary old time-honored staple of newspaper cartoonists filling the foot of a page was a ‘stock’ cannibal gag, having these features in common: stereotypical ‘natives’ with exaggerated features, a large man-sized cooking pot being heated by fire, and a pith-helmeted ‘white explorer’ trussed up and occupying the said pot.
    An enormous variety of humorous captions were affixed to that stock scenario.

    • Replies: @PiltdownMan
  207. a reader says:
    @Malcolm X-Lax

    The pics of the party attendees don’t look like your typical Orinda residents.

    RIP

    Tiyon

    Omar

    Ramon

    Javin

    Oshiana

    • Replies: @a reader
    , @Malcolm X-Lax
  208. @J

    … a large man-sized cooking pot being heated by fire, and a pith-helmeted ‘white explorer’ trussed up and occupying the said pot.

    Truly, a stock scenario!

  209. Pericles says:
    @RichardTaylor

    Remember the screaming and crying from the libs when Trump proposed to do precisely that this spring?

    Too bad he then cucked out. “Just kidding, we’re sending them to big, beautiful flyover country!”

  210. Pericles says:
    @Svevlad

    They still have a long way to go, but luckily we have a lot of space and money over here to take them in.

  211. When they look at 87 million people in the Congo politicians don’t see 87million people oppressed by a corrupt government, Democrats see 87million New Democrat voters to be put in red States and Republicans see 87 million people willing to live in squalor and work for subsistence wages

  212. a reader says:
    @a reader

    RIP

    Tiyon

    Omar

    Ramon

    Javin

    Oshiana

    Sorry, forgot the link.

  213. Ed says:

    There are posters here that bash Trump as not doing enough on immigration, which is just so ridiculous. On refugees the number of admits have plummeted and is now under 20,000. There was serious discussion of making it zero next fiscal year.

    When Obama left office it was 120k a year. Keep in mind refugee admittance is like forever war it’s a sacred cow among the bipartisan elite. So the next president whether it’s Republican or Democrat will increase refugee admittance back to Obama levels.

  214. RAZ says:
    @Colin Wright

    Is MT overwhelmingly red except for Missoula? MT has a Dem governor and Senator. Not the same type of Dems like you’d find in CA or MA, but MT looks different from the other automatically red Mountain or Plains states.

  215. Anonymous[219] • Disclaimer says:
    @Screwtape

    Who remembers the Murrieta protests a few years back? When an attempt was made to settle refugees in the town, the locals took to the streets to protest. I don’t remember how the story ended. Presumably the refugees were taken somewhere else.

  216. anonymous[409] • Disclaimer says:

    Can’t be a mistake that this is right down the road from Coeur d’Alene, the White Nationalism capital of the USA.

  217. Anonymous[219] • Disclaimer says:
    @J.Ross

    Yes, I remember that. They threatened to provoke a BLM riot outside of his mother’s house. This was in the late Obama era, when violence like this was everywhere, so it wasn’t an idle threat.

  218. bomag says:
    @James N. Kennett

    filling a void of cultural diversity in a town that is nearly 90 percent white

    What’s the Congo; 99.7 percent black?

    We should have a program that shifts our anxious Progressives over there as a first step, to at least get the Congo to 90 percent black.

    • Replies: @ziggurat
  219. @J

    Black people shooting white pizza delivery guys is how soft body armor came into being.

    People thought “the man who bullet-proofed the cops” — Richard Davis, the real inventor of concealable soft body armor with his Second Chance product — must have been an inspired supercop. In fact, he was an armed citizen and his inspiration was a shootout he experienced with armed robbers, prevailing against three-to-one odds.

    It was 1969, and Davis was a pizzeria owner in crime-plagued Detroit. It had become popular for small-time thugs to call for pizzas and then rob the delivery person at the point of knife or gun. One busy night when he was short of deliverymen, Richard’s fiancée had volunteered to do deliveries and been robbed and terrorized at gunpoint by a trio of punks.

    Eight months later, the pizzeria got a call for a delivery to the same address. Davis decided he would handle this delivery himself, and he took the only handgun he owned, a 6-shot Harrington & Richardson .22 revolver. He held it beneath an empty pizza box below the real ones. His fiancée had been robbed by three men. If this went down the same, he made a plan: two shots on each.

    Arriving, Davis had to walk down an alley to reach the address. Three men loomed out of the darkness, fitting the description of the trio who had so terrified his beloved. One of them pointed a chrome-plated pistol at Davis’ head, and perceiving the man’s finger to be tightening on the trigger, Rich Davis knew he had run out of time.

    He opened fire, point shooting from under the pizza box. He saw one bullet hit the gunman on the point of the chin, and perceived the other had struck him in the chest, and saw him sprawl backwards. His third shot missed the second perpetrator but the fourth connected, and the man whirled, his hands going toward his waistband as if going for a gun, so Davis fired again. He saw the man’s shirt pluck up at mid-back as the bullet hit, and saw him instantly collapse. Knowing only one round remained in his revolver, Rich fired it at the third man, who snapped his head as if he’d been hit, and ran into the darkness. His gun now empty, it occurred to Richard that a run into the darkness would be a good idea for him, too.

    The enemy was in disarray, but not helpless. One of the thugs fired on Richard and he felt it strike him in the head. A .25 auto slug had deflected off the bow of his eyeglasses, knocking them off, skidded along his skull, and lodged under his scalp. He felt a stinging slap as another .25 slug caught him in the back of the leg. Richard kept running, made it to his car, and raced to the hospital.

    All the thugs were subsequently arrested. He later learned the one who had jerked his head did so because Davis’ last .22 bullet had passed through his Afro. The second, who had fallen, had taken Richard’s bullets in the shoulder and spine. The first man, despite hits center chest and head, survived too. The little .22 slug hitting his chin on course for the central nervous system had glanced off the mandible and exited near his ear, never reaching the brain. The .22 LR striking center chest had deflected off the sternum, missing the heart by an inch and exiting the back. The gunman had fallen, but apparently returned to the gunfight and shot Richard Davis twice.

    There were multiple lessons. Davis would forever after be an advocate of powerful self-defense handguns: .45’s, magnums, 10mm’s. What he learned later in studying countless gunfights involving his vest customers only reinforced the belief. One reason he chose a format of shooting heavy bowling pins two-and-a-half to three feet back off a table was to enforce the use of potent handguns. Having become a friend of Jeff Cooper by then, Davis believed in Cooper’s mantra of DVC: Diligencia (accuracy, or precision), Vis (power) and Celeritas (speed). Whoever shot the pins off fastest won the event, but they needed power to blast the pins backward and accuracy to channel the power to where it was needed.

    Six shots and four hits had been a good performance, but not having more than six may have been what got him shot twice. You are far more likely to find Richard Davis carrying an auto pistol today than a revolver, even though the little H&R .22 6-shooter saved his life. Davis, by the way, was the first gunfight survivor I met who was able to count his shots when they went past three or four. All these decades later, I can still count on my fingers the number who were able to do so. Each time, there was some compelling reason why. In Richard’s case, it was the acute awareness his plan for two-two-two had gone off synch after his third shot missed. “Four! Five! Six! Oh, crap ….”

    Davis also learned getting shot sucked and there had to be something better to stop bullets with than one’s own body. It was in the emergency room that night his idea for soft, concealable body armor was born. Within a very few years, Richard Davis had revolutionized officer safety. His Second Chance Body Armor was the first such product to be sold to American police. By the beginning of 2016, well over 3,000 lives had been documented as “saves” by Davis’ invention, encompassing not only his brand — but the many copies that sprang up thereafter by various manufacturers.

    You can read the full details on the incident in the Ayoob Files archives available at http://www.americanhandgunner.com/ayoob-files-archive/. It was in the Jan/Feb 1987 issue.

    https://americanhandgunner.com/the-ayoob-files/the-pin-shoot-meeting-gunfight-survivors/

  220. @eah

    https://mobile.twitter.com/manmaujiamit/photo

    “Whoever opposing S386, they needs to understand that even if it does not pass, the number of H1Bs will remain same, but the quality of those will go down which will not good for USA.” – Amit

    (Amit went on to shout “come again” after accepting $5.68 for a strawberry burrito and a slushee before gleefully thanking Ganesha for his recent promotion as a programmer … er… “software engineer.”)

  221. @Lot

    Wha? Listening to public radio over the years, you would think they converted to solar cooking!

  222. anonynous says:
    @The Cruncher

    The Cruncher – I encourage you to follow Barack and Michelle Obama’s attempts to keep ties to Michelle’s SS community by ripping off White (Liberal) tax payers and stealing a big chunk of once free and open (Andrew not Jessie) Jackson Park here on our beautiful Lake Michigan Lakefront.

    The plan is to hit Chicago tax payers to fund something called:

    The Obama Presidential Center OPC

    The proposed OPC includes a huge high rise building built in Jackson Park. This is equivalent of some Leftist Black power political person stealing a big chunk of Central Park to build a high rise complex in the park for say ex mayor David Dinkins Center.

    This Obama Presidential Center was first presented as the Obama Presidential Library, as ex Presidents like Gerald Ford and LBJ have their presidential papers preserved ini their home states of Michigan and Texas.

    But, the word has gotten out that this Obama Presidential Center will not be any type of library – instead it is increasingly clear that the OPC will be a training center for BlackLivesMatter, Antifa community organizers, activists that sort of thing.

    Local White/Jewish liberal park lovers are up in arms.

    This would be a good subject for Steve Sailer to write a sequel to his “Half Blood Prince”.

    Those who are interested in this former Obama neighborhood story can follow it in letters to the editor at

    Hyde Park Herald
    The University of Chicago Maroon

    https://www.chicagomaroon.com/article/2019/11/1/pres-obama-criticizes-call-culture-talks-vision-op/

  223. Antonius says:
    @RobUK

    Native allies of the Belgian’s in the scramble for Africa were eating there opponents (see scramble for Africa: Thomas Pakenham). I suppose in a way it creates a great deal of culinary diversity: certainly not kosher. Although I do believe the New York Times editorial staff would make a wonderful amuse-bouche for the hordes of savages beckoned hither.

  224. bomag says:
    @Hail

    “Soft Treason Missoula.”

    I’d go for “Hard Treason Missoula.”

    Pretty much epitomizes a problem of our age: female sensibility given political power; anxiety to help others has them jones-ing for the exotic from far away; price paid for this bad idea paid by someone else in the future.

    • Agree: Hail
  225. indocon says:
    @Malcolm X-Lax

    Interesting. Weren’t back in the day Orinda and Lafayette more full of regular upper middle class white families instead of SJW types? This area elected a Republican congressman I believe until 1996, and and since then this area has gotten even more democratic.

  226. @Svevlad

    The recent waves of Middle Eastern refugees are nothing less than regimes shooing off their surplus people to go and be somebody else’s problem.

    Immigration is just political/electoral weaponry at this point.

    • Replies: @J.Ross
  227. @RohadtMagyar

    Everywhere in the world must be made to be like everywhere else.

  228. @Joe Stalin

    He’s buying us a white homeland, brother. :tears:

  229. Angharad says:
    @Oo-ee-oo-ah-ah-ting-tang-walla-walla-bing-bang

    Destroying ANY finctioning White space with ANY Non-White is the REAL insult – as well as pure evil.

  230. @anon

    It took me about 10 seconds with Google.

  231. @Lot

    Brains Rockefeller is considered the highest delicacy.

  232. @a reader

    Wow. That really is their names – with the usual towns represented: Vallejo, Pittsburg, Antioch* and…Sausalito/Richmond? Costs probably at a minimum two million dollars to buy into Sausalito. Javin must have some scratch! The house was owned by some guy named Wang. Apparently the neighbors were concerned. But if the police had busted up the party before the shooting, this would be just another BBQ Becky-type story.

    *My brother lives in Antioch. It used to be a decent town. Pittsburg, however, has always been black and dangerous.

    • Replies: @Mr. Grey
  233. Anon7 says:
    @Senor Moose

    Your point is well-taken, I’m sure there are a lot of bottom-feeders. The only Washington insiders that I know are in the middle management layer, didn’t get their positions due to nepotism and they’re all quite bright. I’m trying to get a handle on the ones who create and guide policy, and my bias is to believe that they are smart, elite college grads. Maybe I should have said “nomenklatura” instead of apparatchiki.

    I’ll probably run into some of them over the holidays and I’ll run the “few thousand families” idea past them. It sounds depressingly possible. I worked at two of the original Big Three, and there were plenty of second and third generation white collar employees who owed their livelihoods to relatives.

    • Replies: @TheTrumanShow
  234. @Tiny Duck

    Cooler?

    When you post using a tablet instead of a laptop or desktop try to turn off predictive text.

  235. Mr. Grey says:

    The Congo is hell on earth. I recommend reading about this country, it’s history and current state is truly fascinating for sheer depravity and violence. There are some videos on YouTube about river travel, and that sounds mundane but in the Congo it is truly a horrific experience. Marxists like to blame King Leopold for exploiting the Congo, but his rule was for only a couple decades. The Belgian government took over the country and by the time they left in 1960 the Congo had some decent infrastructure but that was all destroyed in the coming decades by the Congolese people.

  236. Mr. Grey says:
    @Malcolm X-Lax

    The house in Orinda was an Air BnB. The fellas lied and said they needed the house to escape the fire dangers.

    • Replies: @Rob McX
  237. Mr. Grey says:
    @Autochthon

    Great point. You never hear academics complaining that what Somalia needs is an influx of Welsh and Norwegian christians for cultural enrichment.

  238. @indocon

    My daughter tried to talk me into renting spare rooms on AirBnb. I told her NFW.

  239. bomag says:
    @eah

    Caption:

    “American GloboHomo capitalists, having been given enough rope, are now hanging themselves.”

    • Replies: @LoutishAngloQuebecker
  240. @RAZ

    Montana has fewer Crackers in proportion to some of the other mountain states. Lots of Scandinavians, and Puritan and Anglican descendants. Also a significant Indian population (seven reservations, 6-7% of total pop.) that tends to vote Democrat. Butte, Anaconda, and parts of Great Falls are traditional working class Democrat-voting enclaves. Missoula, Bozeman, and Helena are safe harbors for Lefties.

    • Replies: @Hail
  241. J.Ross says:
    @The Anti-Gnostic

    And that guarantees that #$%^hole countries will remain @#$^hole countries. The Tsar permitted the Decembrists to not only live, but to implement their program — in Siberia. Immigration relieves societal pressure which could otherwise fix things.

  242. Veracitor says:
    @a Newsreader

    You don’t want the budget for unionized left-wing propagandists teachers to shrink, do you?

  243. @RAZ

    ‘Is MT overwhelmingly red except for Missoula? ‘

    I was going by the Trump/Clinton map. Evidently, that overstates things.

  244. Rob McX says:
    @Mr. Grey

    They came to escape fire and ended up getting shot. Misfortune follows blacks everywhere. It must be the legacy of slavery.

    • Replies: @Gene Su
  245. I thought we sent Roland the Headless Thompson Gunner to help out the Congolese in the 60s?

  246. Gene Su says:
    @Rob McX

    Here is a thought: Why don’t we try to first help and assimulate black Americans whose ancestors came over as slaves before we try importing more black Africans?

    • Replies: @Mr. Grey
  247. Hail says: • Website
    @Paleo Liberal

    WEstern Climate Activists Against Refugee Expansion

    WE CAARE

    • Replies: @Paleo Liberal
  248. Anon[347] • Disclaimer says:
    @Laurence Whelk

    I’m sure the diversity void is even greater in Beverly Hills or Martha’s Vineyard, so…

    Or Flatbush or Kiryas Joel.

  249. @Hail

    Love it.

    These days, anyone who loves the environment more than increasing refugees or illegal aliens will be called an eco-fascist

  250. Anon[279] • Disclaimer says:

    On his first day in this small college town cradled between the Flathead and Lolo national forests, Funugo Nsanzinfura made sure to submit the paperwork necessary for his daughter, Faith, and her mother, Ayingeneye, to join him in the growing community of Congolese refugees here.

    The mother of his daughter. Notice they didn’t say “wife”. They aren’t even married. How do we know she’s even really his daughter? Anyway what a nice guy, leaving his kid and his baby mama behind while he escapes to greener pasture.

    He is contemplating what was once unthinkable, a return to East Africa and the camp he finally escaped.

    Stop contemplating, just go.

    Reason enough to vote for Trump.

  251. Anon[279] • Disclaimer says:

    A dispute between a local real estate agent and the mother of the white nationalist Richard Spencer in nearby Whitefish prompted a white supremacist website to rally attacks on the area’s Jewish residents and call for an armed neo-Nazi march through the streets of the town.

    Same shite, different city. Anytime there’s refugees coming to town, you always know who’s been lobbying for them to come to your town. Where there are Jews, there are African/Muslim refugees.

    Mr. Trump is expected to finalize his refugee cap in the coming days, which will pair with a potentially divisive executive order that gives local activists more power to reject refugees chosen for resettlement in their communities. Together, the cap and the order will change the complexion of the nation’s refugee program.

    Glad Trump is allowing local communities veto power. Obama (with Paul Ryan’s blessing) forced thousands of refugees into (R) counties on purpose, it was pure evil.

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
  252. @Anon

    I wasn’t aware the Lewiston, Maine was heavily Jewish.

    It seems more like a higher correlation with Congregationalists or Lutherans.

    • Replies: @Hail
    , @Autochthon
  253. @bomag

    How are they losing?

    GloboHomo replaces whites, and saves money at the same time.

  254. Hail says: • Website
    @Steve Sailer

    FWIW, a Jewish advocacy group claims 500 Jews were resident in the Lewiston-Auburn, Maine, area in year 2000, when the Lewiston-Auburn area had 91,000 people. That would put Jews at just above the 0.5% mark.

    (I expect it’s much lower even than that modest 0.5%, in almost any area of Montana, except the university; and yet at least two of the key figures involved in the local takedown of Richard Spencer a few years ago were Jewish, including a rabbi.)

    As for who the locals are in Lewiston: The wiki has it that its primary ethnocultural component is French-Canadian, including substantial numbers of actual French speakers (around 25% in the town of Lewiston proper claim to speak French). It looks possible that French-Canadian ancestry even outweighs colonial-Yankee ancestry in the area and its Puritan (Congregational) element. No Lutherans in Maine.

    • Replies: @Hail
  255. Hail says: • Website
    @Neil Templeton

    Neil Templeton wrote:

    Lots of Scandinavians, and Puritan and Anglican descendants

    In the 2014 Pew “census of religion,” 13% of Montanans who claimed a religious identification said they were Lutherans, which rises several more points if also excluding those who responded “non-denominational Protestant.”

    The aggregate religious-ancestry picture of White Montana may be about this:

    – Protestant 70%+ (leading traditions, in order: Lutheran, Baptist, Methodist)
    – Catholic 20%,
    – Mormon 5%,
    – Other <5%

    Unitarians were at 0% in Montana in the Pew study (n=312 for Montana), and Presbyterians were also notably absent (<1%).

    RAZ wrote:

    MT looks different from the other automatically red Mountain or Plains states.

    I’d say the true test of a place’s politics is whether Trump performed better or worse than the R average in recent elections. The places where Trump performed better than average in terms of R-D spread, those are Middle America. On this metric, Montana, as a state, qualifies. But nowhere near as decisively as some places.

    Montana R-D voting results
    – 1980: 57-32 Reagan-Carter-Anderson 57-32-8 [+25]
    – 1984: 60-38 Reagan-Mondale [+22]
    – 1988: 52-46 HWBush-Dukakis [+6]
    – 1992: 35-38-26 HWBush-Clinton Perot [-3; strong 3rd party]
    – 1996: 44-41-14 Dole-Clinton-Perot [+3; strong 3rd party]
    – 2000: 58-33 Bush-Gore [+25]
    – 2004: 59-39 Bush-Kerry [+20]
    – 2008: 50-47 McCain-Obama [+3]
    – 2012: 55-41 Romney-Obama [+14]
    – 2016: 56-36 Trump-Hillary [+20]

    So Trump easily beat McCain and Romney’s showings in Montana, equalled Bush’s 2004 performance, and recovered to about did nearly what Reagan did. It’s true it’s no Alabama, but recall that Montana has also always been, what, 95% white.

  256. Hail says: • Website
    @Hail

    I see that the big Pew ‘Religion Census’ conducted in 2014 had the following for Maine (caveat: n=303):

    – self-identified Lutherans at <1%;
    – self-identified Congregationalists at 5% (7.5% of those who claim any affiliation);
    – self-identified Unitarians at 2% (classified by Pew as 'Other Religion,' not Christian);
    – self-identified "Pagan or Wiccan" believers at 2%;
    – self-identified Jews at 2% (3.33% of those who claim any affiliation).

    That Jewish result is around four times the number provided by the Jewish advocacy group that claimed 500 Jews in greater Lewiston in 2000. But margins of error are wide in the Pew study so it is inconclusive.

    In any case, I imagine the places that end up with refugees get targeted by some coalition two group: (1) hostile, quasi-imperial-minded outsiders who want to crush white "voids of diversity" (in the words of Zolan Kanno-Youngs, journalist), and (2) naive locals who are used to 98%-white environments (as most Lutherans and Congregationalists are; certainly in their respective cultural hearthlands in the USA).

    Either group — the hostile outsiders looking to crush Middle America opposition threats, the local naive do-gooders — either group "going it alone" probably won't work. It's a team effort or it flounders.

    So the places most at risk are NOT those with an abundance of naive locals alone (afterall, toss a dart at a map of the US and you’ll very likely hit one of those, an area full of diversityless naive whites, what, up to 9 throws out of 10; but most areas don’t get refugees…), but rather those areas with lots of naive locals combined with embedded agents of the aforementioned Big City interests, with the latter serving as ‘vectors’ for the interest (money, attention, organizational resources) of the sneering NYT elite, the NY-DC-Hollywood axis. The white college town of Missoula (Montana) is, therefore, a prime target. Rrelatively easy pickings.

    BTW — Lewiston-Auburn, Maine, clocked in at 97% white and 0.5% Black on the 2000 census (racially naive locals? check). It may sail past 5.0% Black (refugee stock) in the upcoming census next April.

  257. Charon says:
    @Gary in Gramercy

    May the Good Lord bless you and keep you sir for the mention of Miss Koko Taylor, high priestess of voudou and smackin rhythm.

    ‘Course she had to work til her dying day because she was swindled out of the rights to her own music by people, um, notorious for doing that.

  258. @indocon

    Guardian

    https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2019/nov/02/california-party-orinda-shooting-five-dead

    According to the Contra Costa sheriff’s office, the other four people killed in Orinda were 19-year-old Oshiana Tompkins; 22-year-old Tiyon Farley; 23-year-old Ramon Hill Jr and 29-year-old Javin County. Several others were wounded.

    California governor Gavin Newsom called the shooting a “horrific tragedy” but wrote: “This will barely make the news today. That’s how numb we have become to this.”

    Well it’s the main story on Guardian US news.

    Mr Wang seems like a good neighbour.

    City officials raised a history of complaints about the property. According to an official timeline provided to reporters, the owner was contacted 15 times for complaints about overfilled garbage cans and renters exceeding the 13-person maximum occupancy for short-term rentals.

    And of course, we mustn’t forget racism.

    Others said they had seen discussion about the shooting change as soon as it became clear the people hosting the party and many attendees were young, black and from outside Orinda.

  259. @Steve Sailer

    [Y]ou always know who’s been lobbying for them to come to your town.

    He is not claiming the lobbying Jews are inhabitants of the town in question; indeed they usually are not. The Jews in New York and San Francisco lobby for the invaders to be transported to Lewiston, Boise, and Hazelton – where the people (Derbyshire’s “badwhites”) the Jews dislike are. The leaders among the Jews (and other scum responsible for the invasion) themselves stick to the places where it is unthinkable to so much as build a new residence: Malibu, Woodside, Dunwoody, Brooklyn, San Rafael, Georgetown, Miami Beach, Beacon Hill, Los Gatos, Manhattan, Forest Glen, La Jolla…

    You know better; you’ve written much about this phenomenon (though not in the context of Jews’ role).

    • Replies: @Hail
  260. Mr. Grey says:
    @Gene Su

    The Left is doing all they can to un-assimilate African Descendants Of Slavery.

  261. ziggurat says:
    @eah

    I work for an insurance company, which is looking more Indian by the day.

    The IT mass influx could be reversed by just doing the following 2 things:

    1) Use an executive order to scrap the OPT visa, which is a crazy 3 year internship for those on the F-1 educational visa. It was created out of thin air by Clinton’s executive order. At first, it was a 6 month internship, then Bush expanded to something like 2 years, followed by Obama expanding it to 3 years. Pretty soon, they’ll just make it an unlimited internship.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Optional_Practical_Training
    In 2016, there were 147,498 foreigners who were issued an OPT visa.

    Meanwhile there were 182,000 new tech jobs created in 2016.
    https://www.404techsupport.com/2017/04/07/new-tech-jobs-2016/

    2) Use an executive order to raise the minimum wage to level 4 for the H-1B visa.

    The level 4 is defined as the upper 67% wage level within an occupation and region of the country. Amost 90% of H-1B workers are paid at a level 1 or 2, which is less than the market wage. Hence, the demand. Currently, the H-1B applications require employers to specify the wage level, which is supposed to correspond to experience and expertise. And that’s the irony. The CEOs keep on saying that they cannot find the highly skilled workers they need, but then they apply for H-1B visas with a wage level indicating they want entry-level workers.

    Norm Matloff is perhaps the greatest critic of H-1B visas and he recommends something even higher than a level 4:

    Instead, we should replace this with a single wage floor set at the 75th percentile of the overall wage distribution for the given occupation and region.
    https://medium.com/@normanmatloff1123/silicon-valley-is-using-h-1b-visas-to-pay-low-wages-to-foreign-workers-35f5fe6c4ab

    But what’s cool about this issue is that Trump could just sign an executive order indicating that all H-1B visas have to be renewed and issued with a level 4 wage. Instantly, the demand for foreign labor would largely evaporate and these visa workers would be sent home.

    I’m in IT and I’m the last of the whites in my project team. I’m the only white on a 7-person team, with the remaining 6 people from India. I guess, that’s diversity. And I’m supposed to celebrate that, though my wage has stagnated for 20 years. I asked one recent hire what brought him to the job, and he said this is where my company told me to go and I have no choice. IT stands for “Indian Transplants”. We should add an I to the acronym, and call it IIT for “Indentured Indian Transplants”.

    • Replies: @Jim Don Bob
  262. ziggurat says:
    @bomag

    bomag says:

    We should have a program that shifts our anxious Progressives over there as a first step, to at least get the Congo to 90 percent black.

    It would be a wonderful miracle, if somehow all those who oppose any immigration reduction to Western countries were instantly transplanted to non-Western countries.

    In this way, the transplants could enjoy more diversity, without having to deal with the insufferable whiteness.

    And the rest of us (of various ethnicities) could just enjoy a normal country that puts its citizens first.

  263. @ziggurat

    Agree completely. DJT is my only hope, but as you say, there is much he could do by executive order.
    Yes, it would most likely be stopped by some lefty federal judge, but it would start judicial review.

    To paraphrase Chairman Mao, “Let a thousand Executive Orders bloom.”

    Start with birthright citizenship and eVerify.

  264. Hail says: • Website
    @Autochthon

    I agree with your characterization.

    But there is a role played by locals on the ground. In other words, the African refugees aren’t somehow imposed directly from above, by some kind of Stalinist apparatus orchestrated by a hostile and distant elite.

    It is a tag-team effort.

    See my comment above on how US refugee resettlement initiatives work in practice:

    [MORE]

    I imagine the places that end up with refugees get targeted by some coalition two group: (1) hostile, quasi-imperial-minded outsiders who want to crush white “voids of diversity” (in the words of Zolan Kanno-Youngs, journalist), and (2) naive locals who are used to 98%-white environments (as most Lutherans and Congregationalists are; certainly in their respective cultural hearthlands in the USA).

    Either group — the hostile outsiders looking to crush Middle America opposition threats, the local naive do-gooders — either group “going it alone” probably won’t work. It’s a team effort or it flounders. [….]

    • Replies: @TheTrumanShow
  265. HOS says:
    @Hail

    — Why? Simple: dilution.

  266. @Anon7

    Re “…the ones who create and guide policy,…” :

    Policy comes from much, much higher up than the hired help you describe.

  267. @Hail

    It is not a team effort. The locals are no more a part of the the team than you or I — although they may think they are. They’re useful idiots, nothing more.

  268. @SafeNow

    Oak Ridge, North Carolina looks very nice, indeed. Could you perhaps recommend any places for rearing children?

    Thanks.

    TheTrumanShow

  269. Corvinus says:
    @Fred C Dobbs

    “If I recall, Russian ancestry, Jesuit education. Pretty sure he has stated he’s agnostic on the JQ. There goes that one, pal.”

    The Z-Man Blog once claimed on these airwaves that Martin Luther (95 Theses) was a pedophile. I requested documentation…he has yet to offer prove in support of the charge.

  270. Corvinus says:
    @The Z Blog

    “The Boomer always assumes everything is explained by money.”

    According to Who/Whom? The fact of the matter is that have a fetish with blaming things on Boomers. It’s quite disturbing to say the least.

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