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From The Spectator (UK):

Welcome to Italy: this is what a real immigration crisis looks like...
Nicholas Farrell 20 June 2015

… In October 2013, Italy’s previous unelected government, which like the current one was left-wing, ordered the Italian navy to search for and rescue all boat people in the Sicilian channel and beyond. …

The same left-wing Italian government also took the extraordinary step of decriminalising illegal immigration, which means among other things that none of the boat people are arrested once on dry land. Instead, they are taken to ‘Centri di accoglienza’ (welcome centres) for identification and a decision on their destinies. In theory, only those who identify themselves and claim political asylum can remain in Italy until their application is refused — or, if it is accepted, indefinitely. And in theory, under the Dublin Accords, they can only claim political asylum in Italy — the country where they arrived in the EU. In practice, however, only a minority claim political asylum in Italy. Pretty well all of them remain there incognito, or else move on to other EU countries.

Here’s how it works. In the welcome centres, they are given free board and lodging plus mobile phones, €3 a day in pocket money, and lessons — if they can be bothered — in such things as ice-cream-making or driving a car and (I nearly forgot) Italian. Their presence in these welcome centres is voluntary and they are free to come and go, though not to work, and each of them costs those Italians who do pay tax €35 a day (nearly €13,000 a year). Yes, they are supposed to have their photographs and fingerprints taken, but many refuse and the Italian police, it seems, do not insist. …

This year, there is space for just 75,000 migrants in such places. Hotels are filling the breach, including the four-star Kulm hotel perched high above the luxury resort of Portofino on the Ligurian coast. But most of the rescued migrants could not care less about all that jazz and have just disappeared.

The ones who stay long in the welcome centres are those who have revealed their identities in order to apply for political asylum in Italy. Last year, 64,900 migrants did so in Italy — roughly a third of those saved by the Italian navy. But this being Italy, the judicial system only had time to reach a decision on half those applications (accepting 60 per cent of them), and anyway, thanks to the byzantine Italian appeals procedure, those refused asylum can remain for years. Even if their asylum claim is finally rejected and by some cruel quirk of fate they are actually handed a deportation order, it is easily ignored: last year Italy forcibly deported just 6,944 people — a figure set to shrink even more once a law before parliament is passed banning deportation to countries where human rights are abused.

Fair enough, you might say, if all the asylum seekers were genuine refugees from war zones. But contrary to the impression given by most of the world’s media, hardly any of 2014’s intake were from war-torn countries such as Syria or Iraq (though it is true that the number of Syrians is now rising).

Last year, most were from sub-Saharan Africa. Top of the league table were the Nigerians, followed by the Malians and the Gambians, the Senegalese and even the Pakistanis — who together made up 70 per cent of the total. No doubt these countries are no picnic to live in, and parts of some of them are war zones, but that should not, and in theory does not, guarantee refugee status. It is also a fact that most boat people are young single men and the price of a ticket on a people-smuggling boat is €2,000 (nearly two years’ pay for the average worker in Mali).

Also, let me add that even genuine refugees are often fleeing their home countries because they fear retribution for the very bad things they did to their fellow nationals.

It’s worth remembering here that the majority of the boat people are Muslims and reports suggest that a small number are Islamic terrorists. The terrorists of ISIS are, we know from their Twitter feeds, obsessed with taking their crusade to Rome. One of those arrested in connection with the Islamic terrorist attack on the Bardo National Museum of Tunis in March had crossed the Mediterranean from Libya to Italy in a migrant boat in February.

Many refugees have no intention of staying in Italy, which is hardly surprising. For a start, only people who lose a full-time job are entitled to unemployment benefit. Italy, thanks to the straitjacket of the single currency, has been mired in recession for most of the past six years, with an official unemployment rate of 13 per cent (the real rate is probably 20 per cent) and the youth unemployment rate at a staggering 43 per cent.

The government of Matteo Renzi — the man billed as the Latin left’s answer to Tony Blair — seems happy to ferry into Italy a vast army of migrants with no real idea what to do with them except hope that they move on to other EU countries. The Italian premier has also been quick to champion the Euro-luvvie definition of this as a ‘European’ and not an ‘Italian’ crisis. So as of spring 2015, the ferry service is now operated not just by the Italian navy in the Sicilian channel but across the entire Mediterranean by the navies of many other EU countries, including the Royal Navy. This year, they have brought 54,000 boat people into Italy and a further 48,000 into Greece, and the summer migration season is not even in full swing yet.

Recently, Nick Cooke-Priest, captain of the British vessel involved in the rescue mission, HMS Bulwark, told reporters that ‘the indications are that there are 450,000 to 500,000 migrants in Libya who are waiting’ to reach Italy. …

So huge are the numbers that Italian police often just dump coach loads of migrants in town squares or at main railway stations which are then turned into temporary camps. Government policy is to try and spread the migrants out throughout the peninsula to lessen their impact; but now many regional and town councils (of all political persuasions), especially in the north, are in open revolt and refusing to take any more. Scabies is rife (of 46,000 migrants tested this year, 4,700 were infested) and one in four migrants is said by doctors to have Hepatitis C. The anti-immigration vote is rocketing and the Italian left has taken a hammering in the recent regional and city elections.

The EU — urged on in particular by an increasingly desperate Italy and Greece — is trying to draw up a quota deal to distribute the huge migrant army; but as with the single currency, when push comes to shove, it is every nation for itself. …

The French have ‘closed’ their border with Italy on the Côte d’Azur in defiance of the Schengen Agreement, which guarantees free movement within member nations. They are rigorously checking trains, cars and even footpaths across the mountains, and sending any illegal migrants back to Italy; they say they have sent back 6,000 this year. The justification is simple: the Italians are failing to identify these people and distinguish economic migrants from refugees. Who can argue with that? The Austrians are doing the same at the Brenner Pass in the Alps.

Pope Francis said last month that leaving the boat people to drown (about 3,500 are known to have died last year, and already nearly 2,000 this year) is ‘an attack against life’ akin to abortion. All of us feel it to be our moral duty to save lives where we can. Yet it cannot be our moral duty to ferry such vast numbers across the Mediterranean into Italy and Europe for ever, unless they are genuine refugees. In fact, our moral duty is not to do so — and the only solution is the one which few politicians dare even talk about, let alone implement: that the navies of the EU should stop the ferry service and start a blockade of Libya. …

Prime Minister Renzi tried to pretend that the migrant crisis did not exist, but now that it has turned into an emergency he can remain silent no longer. He blames other EU countries for putting the nation before the union — in this latest meltdown of EU collective responsibility — and the British and the French in particular for getting rid of Muammar Gaddafi and turning Libya into a failed state. When Gaddafi was in power, thanks to a deal struck with Berlusconi, who like Blair had an excellent rapport with the Colonel, the number of boat people slowed to a trickle.

Berlusconi and Qaffaffee are gone, but Hillary is still here. Of course, will anybody ever ask Hillary if she anticipated she was destroying Italy when she demanded the U.S. start a war with the government of Libya in 2011?

Of course, Renzi plans to take all of Europe down with Italy:

Signor Renzi now threatens his EU partners with what he calls ‘Plan B’ but refuses to reveal the details. It is thought to involve, among other things, refusing the EU fleet permission to land rescued migrants in Italy, and giving all migrants already here temporary leave-to-remain cards — in order to fox the French and flood Europe with them. That’ll teach them. The Italians call Renzi ‘Il Rottamatore’ (the Demolition Man) because of his vow to reform Italy root and branch. The nickname may end up being more apt than anybody realised.

Nicholas Farrell is the author of Mussolini: A New Life .

 
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  1. [Pope Francis said last month that leaving the boat people to drown (about 3,500 are known to have died last year, and already nearly 2,000 this year) is ‘an attack against life’ akin to abortion]

    I see a lot of large rooms in the Vatican not being occupied by anything so valuable as a Human Life (takes out onion).

  2. I found something very interesting in a fifty year old newspaper today:

    In the 1960′s New Zealand’s annual growth rate was over ten percent and there was a labour shortage. The PM, Sir Keith Holyoake said:

    “Immigration did not solve the demand for labour but aggravated it, because before (the immigrant) arrived the country had to spend two thousand pounds in capital for a house and other utilities which absorbed available labour.”

    Otago Daily Times, September 9th 1965

  3. The enormous tragedy of the dream on the peasants bent shoulders.

    What can one do but buy Mr. Farrell’s book?

    http://www.amazon.com/Mussolini-Nicholas-Farrell-ebook/dp/B00ZCJV9RM/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1434793860&sr=8-1&keywords=Mussolini+A+new+life

    “Winston Churchill called him ‘the Roman Genius’ and Pope Pius XI said he was ‘sent by providence’ to save Italy.”

  4. Anonymous • Disclaimer says:

    All I have to say is this:

    As the Duke of Wellington said, concerning the Battle of Waterloo, whose bicentennial, ironically, we celebrate this week, ‘it was a damned close run thing’.

    By that I mean that the extremely powerful political/economic forces pushing for ‘no borders’ immigrationism almost but almost scored a victory in the early years of this century – before their own arrogance and incompetence caught up with them with their financial catastrophe -. Did not George Bush II advocate uncontrolled massive immigration,? what was New Labour all about?, what about the people who ran Spain before it went tits up?, and what have Kaplan, The Economist and the WSJ piped up about for all these years?

    Anyhow, my point is that these dark and extremely powerful forces – they have power far far beyond those sock puppet politicos you see in the daily Punch and Judy show, almost scored a massive epochal victory by bundling immigrationism together with ‘globalisation’ as bogus twins, and foisting them on the west. Well they succeeded with globalisation. But their immigrationism has been set back by a popular backlash.
    My point is the present immigration crisis we see in Italy is but a mere pin prick compared to the true ‘genuine no limits immigrationism’ Bush, Kaplan, New Labour, The Economist, the WSJ and all the rest of that scurvy crew wanted to impose on us.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    'Genuine no limits immigrationist'

    A phrase adapted from the proud boast of that ancient firm of British 'turf accountants' and by appointment to the British Royal Family, William Hill & Co, that they are 'genuine no limit bookmakers'. Which is self explanatory. Basically, it means that, in the argot of her typical hardened English horse-punter, you can 'do your absolute bollocks' at Mr. Hill & Co, and no one will given a damn but yourself.

    As recently as ten years ago, the visually challenged New Labour Home Secretary, David Blunkett made a speech in which he pompously and arrogantly declared that 'there was no upward limit' to the number of immigrants the UK could, or should, accommodate.
  5. This unstoppable flux of Sub-Saharan African migration will be the tomb of white Europe. The Camp of the Saints has arrived and we are the voluntary servitors of the invaders.

  6. If France survives this onslaught (which I doubt) there will be no more deserving candidate for induction into the Pantheon than Jean Raspail.

  7. Maybe it is a way to put bums in pews. Cheap labor for the rackets too. They were working in oil fields and now are training in the olive oil business. Might end up like last pass through NYC and they’ll run up an clean the windshield for change. Run the red light and take chances with getting a ticket.

  8. But this being Italy, the judicial system only had time to reach a decision on half those applications (accepting 60 per cent of them), and anyway, thanks to the byzantine Italian appeals procedure, those refused asylum can remain for years.

    Our process is even slower. The average rejected asylum seeker who loses an appeal has been in the United States on their BS claim for about ~5 years. And just because your appeal is rejected doesn’t mean you don’t have other ways of delaying deportation. Plus, when you know you’re going to lose, you can just disappear and become a regular illegal.

    one in four migrants is said by doctors to have Hepatitis C.

    The US rate is about 1 in 50 people. If you exclude sex workers and IV drug users, the rate is about 1 in 400. So the African boat people have an infectious, deadly, incurable disease at about 100 times the rate of non-junkie/whore Americans.

  9. Italians regularly amnesty illegals, their own fault.

  10. Farrell gets to the crux of the problem:

    Berlusconi had to be removed due to his close ties with Putin and because he wouldn’t play ball in respect to Anglo-American-French designs on Libya.

    He and Gaddafi managed to halt the flow of migrants from Africa to Europe but Berlusconi’s removal and the overthrow of Gaddafi have opened the floodgates.

    Renzi should send all these migrants to France and the UK as punishment. It’s what they deserve for f**king up that deal with Gaddafi.

    • Agree: Nico
    • Replies: @Bill B.
    I understand your sentiments, but the wave will swamp all. Didn't the British moot sending them to a holding camp in Egypt?

    The crux of the problem is that a very small fraction of the European population - the pansy left, in Orwell's words, and messianic border wreckers - hold a veto over policy.

    At some point that will be broken ... But it will be late, oh so late.
  11. The developed world needs to simply end all asylum programs, with limited exceptions that require the person seeking asylum to apply in their home country or third country, and not be permitted here until it is fully granted.

    As it stands, you just show up at the border, make a BS claim, and then you get to stay for years while your BS claim is “investigated” at taxpayer expense. We already have a firm no-asylum policy for Mexicans, who are not allowed to apply, there is no reason we can’t do that for other countries.

    • Replies: @Big Bill
    All a Mexican mojado has to do is illegally cross the border, with no ID, walk up to the nearest border agent, tell him he is from Guatemala (El Salvador, Nicaragua, whatever) and he is fearful due to persecution (the precise phrase is in the Federal Regulations). The magic words automatically trigger his right to an asylum hearing. I have heard that many of them just present a handwritten note with their name, their alleged country of origin and the magic words written down.

    The border agent then gives the guy a pass and lets him wander off into America. The "refugee" is told to appear (in 1 or 2 years) to an asylum hearing. The "refugee", of course, never shows up. BUT, for the next 1 or 2 years he is perfectly safe from arrest and deportation as an illegal alien (as long as he keeps his Notice to Appear at an asylum hearing on his person).

    Only an idiot Mexican mojado tells the border agent he is actually from Mexico.

    Many years ago in law school the profs explained how trivial it was. Back then their example was Africans arriving at JFK via jet from Europe, having macerated their passport/ID in flight. Instant permission to stay in America until their asylum hearing in 2 years. No Israeli-style concentration camp or anything.

  12. I still don’t fully understand what the aim of the Libyan war was. Any good explanations out there?Hillary certainly got a chuckle out of killing Khadaffi which makes her seem rather sociopathic.

    • Replies: @Mr. Anon
    "I still don’t fully understand what the aim of the Libyan war was. Any good explanations out there?"

    Theft? Khaddaffi had reputedly amassed a large amount of gold bullion. Where did it go to?
    , @Anonymous
    It was sort of bizarre. A year or two before the war, Hillary as the Sec. of State personally received a visit from one of Gaddafi's sons, who was subsequently killed during the war.

    Incidentally, an unusual number of people end up dead shortly after dealing with the Clintons, going back to their Arkansas days:

    http://whatreallyhappened.com/RANCHO/POLITICS/BODIES.html
    , @Bill B.
    Western politicians of the mentally lazy kind often like foreign wars. They seem so much simpler than domestic problems.

    Certainly it has been argued by well connected people that Tony Blair jumped into Iraq against much informed advice because he felt a bit legacy light.

    The amazing thing about Libya is that we dived in straight after Iraq. At least there was a theory about how Iraq was supposed to turn out; albeit wrong. But Libya ... Ye Gods!
    , @Chrisnonymous
    Apparently, the purpose of Obama's crusade against Libya was to open the floodgates to African immigration to Europe.
  13. This is pretty much a primer on modern politics.

    Politicians live to give stuff away, even if it’s the country’s heritage and future.

    If you leave one exception, it expands to fill the void. Thus, if you leave an out for emergency spending in the budget, many budget items soon become emergency spending. If you leave an exception for political asylum, most migrants will announce that they are politically oppressed.

    You have to flat-out say no to everyone in these circumstances.

    • Replies: @Mr. Anon
    bomag says:

    June 20, 2015 at 12:11 pm GMT • 100 Words

    This is pretty much a primer on modern politics.

    Politicians live to give stuff away, even if it’s the country’s heritage and future.

    If you leave one exception, it expands to fill the void. Thus, if you leave an out for emergency spending in the budget, many budget items soon become emergency spending. If you leave an exception for political asylum, most migrants will announce that they are politically oppressed.

    You have to flat-out say no to everyone in these circumstances."

    Quite true. This is why a sensible Consitution would make no provision - absolutely none - for it's own suspension under any circumstances, not even invasion by a superior race of space aliens. If it provides politicians a way of subverting the law, then everything, ultimately, will become a matter of national security and a national emergency. We are still living under a formal state of wartime emergency that was enacted int he 1940s.
  14. Count your blessings. You are free to emigrate from dessicated So. California to the utopian Dakota shale fields, then on to idyllic Minnesota.

  15. The U.S. & EU should let the Egyptians take over Lybia. In return for cutting the flow of boat people they get the oil revenue. Even after the inevitable skimming into the ruler’s personal accounts, there would be something left over to help the Egyptian budget.

  16. If you want another Mussolini, this is how you run your country.
    Seems in the U.S. Obama has halted all deportation of illegal alien convicted criminals and they are being released into unsuspecting communities.
    (http://www.nationalreview.com/corner/419905/enforcement-what-enforcement-mark-krikorian?target=author&tid=982)

  17. Consider this good news.

    Anti-immigration parties usually are portrayed as alarmist and readily dismissed by the MSM. In this case, it’s going to be harder for for the mainstream left/right parties to make that case, especially as refugees take limited social services and jobs from these nations with high debt and high unemployment.

    It’s like the frog in the pot. If you keep gradually increasing the temperature, the frog won’t notice. If you suddenly increase the temperature, the frog jumps up in alarm. This swamping of the EU by African and Mid Eastern refugees is providing a huge jolt to Europeans.

    • Replies: @antipater_1
    Is this old story about frogs in a pot of water really true? I have heard it for decades but has any iSteve reader actually tested it? I'm to squeamish to test it.....
  18. > will anybody ever ask Hillary if she anticipated [that she would destroy] Italy when she demanded the U.S. start a war with the government of Libya in 2011?

    Well, everybody knows that Hillary deserves to be President because of the vision and competence she has shown throughout her career as a public servant. At the pinnacle, Secretary Clinton’s triumph was to bring the Arab Spring to Libya, thus peacefully spreading democracy, human rights, and a better life for women, children, and minorities.

    Therefore, hard-hitting mainstream reporters are eager to dig into this issue. If they flag, you can be sure that the Pre-President-Elect will bring this up on her own.

    If you recall, we recently saw this dynamic at work with the hard-hitting investigations of the Great Helmswoman’s successful project to reform email archiving at Foggy Bottom.

  19. Speed is of the essence in processing ( and rejecting asylum claims) . As we found in the US when we were granting ‘refugee’ status to Central Americans from their civil wars, earthquakes and even hurricanes, the bureaucratic process provides time for new ‘facts’ to be created. “Hardship”, hey the refugee has a job and a family now, his kids know no other place but the USA. Thus single sex camps must be used to detain ALL those claiming asylum or refugee status and their claims processed without appeal. The fact of the matter is even the most brutal political regimes don’t persecute nobodies and , if you keep your head down, you will not be arrested and tortured by the secret police. These third world nations just don’t have the resources or organizational skills to run KGB style police states.

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
    What proportion of genuine refugees fearing retribution at home are former secret policemen or death squad members themselves?
    , @SFG
    Ethnic persecution is a real thing--Tutsis got killed even if they kept their heads down. (Height jokes to follow and yes, Steve, you explained how successful Hutus married into the Tutsis--which was a nice bit of sociology.)

    Point is, I still don't think the USA should have the need to solve all the problems of the world. We can't take in every refugee even if they have a real claim.
    , @Pravda Zvíťazí

    Thus single sex camps must be used to detain ALL those claiming asylum
     
    In 2015 America, that sadly won't be enough, especially if some of the detainees are willing to "take one for the team" in one way or another... *shudders*
  20. I think “ask Hillary is” was supposed to be “ask Hillary if”

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar


    I think “ask Hillary is” was supposed to be “ask Hillary if”

     

    He's using an obsolete Georgian-era keyboard.
  21. Anonymous • Disclaimer says:
    @Anonymous
    All I have to say is this:

    As the Duke of Wellington said, concerning the Battle of Waterloo, whose bicentennial, ironically, we celebrate this week, 'it was a damned close run thing'.

    By that I mean that the extremely powerful political/economic forces pushing for 'no borders' immigrationism almost but almost scored a victory in the early years of this century - before their own arrogance and incompetence caught up with them with their financial catastrophe -. Did not George Bush II advocate uncontrolled massive immigration,? what was New Labour all about?, what about the people who ran Spain before it went tits up?, and what have Kaplan, The Economist and the WSJ piped up about for all these years?

    Anyhow, my point is that these dark and extremely powerful forces - they have power far far beyond those sock puppet politicos you see in the daily Punch and Judy show, almost scored a massive epochal victory by bundling immigrationism together with 'globalisation' as bogus twins, and foisting them on the west. Well they succeeded with globalisation. But their immigrationism has been set back by a popular backlash.
    My point is the present immigration crisis we see in Italy is but a mere pin prick compared to the true 'genuine no limits immigrationism' Bush, Kaplan, New Labour, The Economist, the WSJ and all the rest of that scurvy crew wanted to impose on us.

    ‘Genuine no limits immigrationist’

    A phrase adapted from the proud boast of that ancient firm of British ‘turf accountants’ and by appointment to the British Royal Family, William Hill & Co, that they are ‘genuine no limit bookmakers’. Which is self explanatory. Basically, it means that, in the argot of her typical hardened English horse-punter, you can ‘do your absolute bollocks’ at Mr. Hill & Co, and no one will given a damn but yourself.

    As recently as ten years ago, the visually challenged New Labour Home Secretary, David Blunkett made a speech in which he pompously and arrogantly declared that ‘there was no upward limit’ to the number of immigrants the UK could, or should, accommodate.

  22. Francis the rock star pope has openly welcomed the immigrants, especially the moslems, into Italy. They will encamp in Saint Peter’s square and turn Saint Peter’s into a mosque just like they did to Hagia Sofia in Constantinople. Francis is still the star of the Western Liberal press and the internationalists in the IMF, UN, and American government. He is now embarking on a campaign to join Al Gore and the greenies and ask Catholics to live by the precepts not of Christ but of Al Gore and Hilary Clinton.

    • Replies: @Dirk Dagger
    Typical hypoChrister, there are less than 1,000 Vatican citizens, they could easily take in 50,000 immigrants. He is a posturing liar.
  23. “Pope Francis said last month that leaving the boat people to drown (about 3,500 are known to have died last year, and already nearly 2,000 this year) is ‘an attack against life’ akin to abortion.”

    You don’t save invading armies if they sink at sea.

    This is demperialist war.

  24. Anonymous • Disclaimer says:

    What really stands out about this present immigration crisis afflicting Europe is the signal lack of leadership in even making the most cursory attempt to tackle the crisis.

    Compare and contrast to the situation prior to 1939. Back in the day, any European nation no matter how mighty or modest would have almost instantaneously responded to such ban egregious insult to its nationhood decisively and swiftly. Many a bloody European war was sparked off by something more mild. Well some might claim this a feature and not a bug, but in today’s Europe, decisiveness, action and defending vital national interests in a vigorous and manly fashion have been subsumed by wanky ‘human rights’ laws that hamstring action and men if action have been replaced by big, fat, paunchy, white shirted waffling politicians full of ‘piss and wind’ and mindful of ‘obligations’ but pretty much useless in leading.
    Compare and contrast also to the recent ‘Kargil wars’ between Pakistan and India. Although both are nuclear powers with a lot to lose, their leaders aren’t scared to ‘show their bollocks’ when ‘bollock showing’ is desperately called for.

    • Replies: @Lurker

    What really stands out about this present immigration crisis afflicting Europe is the signal lack of leadership in even making the most cursory attempt to tackle the crisis.
     
    The leadership isn't lacking anything, it's wildly successful. It's succeeding perfectly in it's mission to destroy white nation states.
  25. You racists are going down.

    Gnash your teeth all you want but the people are here to stay and your white Utopias are going to be a forgotten past.

    I take great pleasure in the fact that your granddaughters will be the mothers of beautiful black babies.

    • Replies: @BurplesonAFB
    Steve, if you're moderating comments, why do you allow such obvious trolls? Especially with the way that comments get batched which means we have hours of people responding and then they all show up at once, providing the troll with immense satisfaction.
    , @e
    Nothing racist about using common sense about the relative strengths and weaknesses of certain population groups: if you can point to a non-white country other than some Asian ones that actually work and aren't third world, I'll hear you out.

    Surely you understand Liberia operates on the $$$ of white nations--unfortunately, the country can't seem to sustain itself.

    I don't wish to live in third world country and I'm sure you don't either. It really does matter what the cognitive power of a population group brings to the table.
    , @Bill B.
    Ya think? I think by that time the IQ shortfall that bedevils Africa will be known everywhere and the knowledge will be factored in to both public and private decisions across the West.
    , @Hrw-500
    Troll, troll and a half,....at least I tried.

    It could be interesting to see how Africa will go now then China invest there and from what I read on this French blog posted by Bernard Lugan (you need Google translation to translate it). It's a "meet the new boss, same as the old boss" situation.

    And on a off-topic sidenote, let's see how South Africa will go and to see if the prophecies of Siener Van Rensburg and Johanna Brant who mentionned then whites return to power in South Africa will come true? I wonder if Tom Kratman was inspired by them to write about South Africa in his novel "Caliphate"?
  26. Please change “is” to “if” as in “ask Hilary if she anticipated…”

  27. • Replies: @jill
    Blumenthal told the committee this week that he was not the author of most of the material he sent Hillary. He was being paid ten thousand per month but stated he just "cut and pasted" other peoples' original material. These political hacks even rip each other off!
  28. The Demolition Man was one of the best Stallone movies.

  29. It’s years since I’ve had the BBC on satellite TV but recently during my travels I have stayed in hotels that have had the BBC satellite news channel(one of the only English language channels). It’s so positive about immigration and economic growth, one can feel that they’ve been missing out on something. Upbeat presenters cheer on globalisation and the coming golden future.

    • Replies: @Tacitus2016
    'One of only a few'
    , @Anonymous Nephew
    "Upbeat presenters cheer on globalisation and the coming golden future."

    That's about right. BBC World Service is even worse.

    I wonder what the motive for attacking Qaddaffee was. The Brits left him alone when his diplomats were shooting policewomen in London and he was shipping tons of Semtex to the IRA.

    He hands over all his nuclear secrets like a good boy and is rewarded with an Edward II death.
  30. @JohnnyWalker123
    Consider this good news.

    Anti-immigration parties usually are portrayed as alarmist and readily dismissed by the MSM. In this case, it's going to be harder for for the mainstream left/right parties to make that case, especially as refugees take limited social services and jobs from these nations with high debt and high unemployment.

    It's like the frog in the pot. If you keep gradually increasing the temperature, the frog won't notice. If you suddenly increase the temperature, the frog jumps up in alarm. This swamping of the EU by African and Mid Eastern refugees is providing a huge jolt to Europeans.

    Is this old story about frogs in a pot of water really true? I have heard it for decades but has any iSteve reader actually tested it? I’m to squeamish to test it…..

  31. It will be several years before Italy holds its next general election, don’t be surprised if the European Central Bank can produce QE-induced pseudo-growth by then. A Lega Nord prime minister is almost out of the question, and PM Beppe Grillo may not do the trick either.

  32. The Italians are feeding stray cats.

    • Replies: @Lot

    The Italians are feeding stray cats.
     
    Rural northern and central Italy had the most stray cats I've ever seen. You can tell they are fed by people because they will come up to you. One abandoned old church in Tuscany had about 50 of them living on the premises on the edge of a small farming town.
  33. Currently there seem to be two kind of countries in the world. Forst category Western countries with a good legal system, good health care, good environment protection BUT an insane antiracist ideology and insane immigration policies. Second category is countries with a much more sane ideology, good immigration policies BUT a corrupt legal system, bad health care and ruthless exploitation of the natural resources. Which makes it really hard to decide which country one should immigrate too to avoid the subsaharan african demographic expansion and the bad results of antiracist policies and at the same time still enjoy first world health care and a protected environment. Japan is one possibility, but actually I do not like the fact the immigration to Japan is increasing, so I would not like to take part in this. Israel somehow combines first world infrastructure, a low level of corruption and a quite sane immigration policy. But in Israel there is also a very strong Left, and there is the risk of an invasion from the numerous arab countries around. I guess Argentina and Chile are best possibilities left. The infrastructure and health care is not on the level of Northern Europe, USA, Canada or New Zealand, but still ok. There is not much migration to expect – at least not compared to Europe or the USA.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    Belarus?
  34. @Anonymous
    You racists are going down.

    Gnash your teeth all you want but the people are here to stay and your white Utopias are going to be a forgotten past.

    I take great pleasure in the fact that your granddaughters will be the mothers of beautiful black babies.

    Steve, if you’re moderating comments, why do you allow such obvious trolls? Especially with the way that comments get batched which means we have hours of people responding and then they all show up at once, providing the troll with immense satisfaction.

    • Replies: @Berty
    Just ignore that troll. He only comes in here because guys like you deliberately step into that tar.
  35. OT: Isteve page is currently crashing Firefox. Chrome is OK though.

    Italians love love love Africans. So its not as if say, Greeks or Slovenes or Russians are coming ashore. Its Africans. In many ways, the love of Africans represents a revolt against science and modernity. Look at the standard tropes in religious works er I mean “art movies” and even regular movies. Standard, stuffy and uptight European is loosened up by the joyous, live in the moment African. No woman moves to say, Helsinki among Angry Birds Nerds to Eat Pray Love. Its always the Third World with a marked lack of toilet facilities but lots of live in the moment, anti-science and technology people.

    On a practical note, Africa has about 1 billion plus people. They’d like to move to Europe and take Europeans stuff and Europeans themselves as property/slaves. To stop that Europe needs a whacking great navy, capable of dominating the Med completely, as well as the Atlantic, and an expeditionary force ground/air component capable of occupying by force all ports. People can’t immivade Europe by a skiff launched off a beach, a Med going ship requires a port and thus the ports themselves need to be occupied. Not only in the Med but Atlantic Africa.

    Europe is neither able to afford such a force nor politically willing to build it — they live in fantasy land where every African is a noble live in the moment person just coming to loosen them up from uptight mores. Their post-Christian religious belief centers their lives, just like the Pope’s Post-Christian belief (for this Pope it seems Jesus is an afterthought at best to his god of Political Correctness post-Marxism).

    My best guess is within ten years Europe will be majority African. Its ugly but I don’t see the will, the money, the navy/air force/army, the men, or the politics. I’d really like to be wrong.

    Already holiday resorts in Italy are over-run with African and ME refugees, and Greece falling out the Euro has its Islands, which it has historically tried to keep from Turkey, over-run with Muslims from Africa, Syria, and Pakistan.

    Our Western elites are rotten and stupid. And the stupidity and rotten-ness is a function of DIRECTLY Post-Christian, Post Marxist views of the sanctity and redeeming quality of the Third World rabble, as opposed to us Stale, Pale, and Male White guys. Who in the views of the Post-Christian, Post-Marxists (in turn mostly Upper Class White women and those who cater to them) guilty of the Original Sin of not being sexy while creating the modern, wealthy world. Most Upper Class White women would rather live in filth without White beta males than live in a place like Finland filled with them. Its why Eat Pray Love did not feature Copenhagen, Helsinki, Tokyo (filled with Asian Beta Males), or Silicon Valley.*

    *Today’s LAT feature on True Detective has the usual screed from TV critic Mary McNamara about how much she detests White men. “Not to mention our feelings about violence and sex and the social status of every demographic that is not ‘white male.’” Cue parallel story about how Jurassic World was sexist for Bryce Howard’s character not being a waify Superhero weighing 90 lbs throwing around dinosaurs and men like toys. Even Joss Whedon chimed in about how sexist it was to criticize a female CEO with no children married to a meaningless job.

    • Replies: @Kylie

    In many ways, the love of Africans represents a revolt against science and modernity. Look at the standard tropes in religious works er I mean “art movies” and even regular movies. Standard, stuffy and uptight European is loosened up by the joyous, live in the moment African. No woman moves to say, Helsinki among Angry Birds Nerds to Eat Pray Love. Its always the Third World with a marked lack of toilet facilities but lots of live in the moment, anti-science and technology people.
     
    Yes, apparently Stanley Ann Dunham loved loved loved Black Orpheus, much to the embarrassment of her son, Black Narcissus. He seems less embarrassed by her wholehearted embrace of the Third World and its dusky inhabitants.
  36. @unit472
    Speed is of the essence in processing ( and rejecting asylum claims) . As we found in the US when we were granting 'refugee' status to Central Americans from their civil wars, earthquakes and even hurricanes, the bureaucratic process provides time for new 'facts' to be created. "Hardship", hey the refugee has a job and a family now, his kids know no other place but the USA. Thus single sex camps must be used to detain ALL those claiming asylum or refugee status and their claims processed without appeal. The fact of the matter is even the most brutal political regimes don't persecute nobodies and , if you keep your head down, you will not be arrested and tortured by the secret police. These third world nations just don't have the resources or organizational skills to run KGB style police states.

    What proportion of genuine refugees fearing retribution at home are former secret policemen or death squad members themselves?

    • Replies: @Rob McX
    In many unstable Third World countries, today's victims are tomorrow's oppressors, and vice versa, in a perpetual cycle of savagery. A good strategy for the ruling class is to loot as much as you can and stash it in a Western bank account, then take off to claim asylum in the West when you hear the baying of guys with machetes coming after you. Even being a cab driver in London is better than being chopped to bits in Africa.
    , @Stan D Mute

    What proportion of genuine refugees fearing retribution at home are former secret policemen or death squad members themselves?
     
    The reductionist in me says that all "refugees" are people who have failed in one manner or another to comply with the socio-political standards of their home nation. The exception might be those fleeing natural disaster like earthquake or tsunami, but even those failed to anticipate the realities of the natural world and failed socially in the recovery.

    If the police are after me, "persecuting" me, because I exercise my "human rights" to shelter in your vacation home or use your credit to purchase basic transportation I need, can I be a "refugee" in Europe? If I am "unable" to maintain employment in America, am I not entitled to Council housing and benefits in England?

    We demand that our own citizens comply with our laws and social customs. If they refuse, we send them to jail or they live under a bridge and forage from dumpsters. But when they refuse to comply with the laws and customs in Sudan, we bring them to America and feed, clothe, and house them at taxpayer expense. Isn't the whole concept of "refugee" a scam?
  37. Anon • Disclaimer says:

    Another movie where a joke gets someone in big trouble.

    In a way, jokes are dangerous. After all, any authority is undermined if people laugh at it.
    This is why late night comedy has been effective in shaping public attitudes. Sermons aren’t as effective as stand-ups. A single one-liner can undo an entire argument.

    A Certain People know this because they used humor to subvert and undermine their enemies and rivals.

    So, a Certain People see their humor as free humor and they see enemy humor as hate humor.

    Hitler joked too. But no one better joke about him.

    Control the laughter, and you control half the world.

    Joking is no laughing matter.

    So, it is understandable why people fear the Politics of Humor. It is dangerous, subversive, and aggressive.

    Communists were right to fear the wrong kind of laughter. Hitler too. Imagine if the Chaplin’s Great Dictator had been screened in Nazi Germany.

    Laughing at something strips it of its respect and sanctity.
    Imagine a comedy about the real MLK the sex fiend and thug.
    People wouldn’t be so uh-goshy about him.

    So, it would be disingenuous for us to pretend that comedy is just a joking matter. It has a way of shaping opinions, attitudes, and values.

    But in a free society, everything should be open to criticism and mockery. If THEY can laugh at us, WE should be able to laugh at them.

    This is the right that has taken away from us.

    ————–

    The power of grief is another important factor of power.

    To grieve over something makes it sanctified and sacred.

    The power of grief over Emmitt Till, MLK, and recent church victims make their lives seem holy.

    But the lack of power of grief over white victims of black thuggery and violence have turned white victims into faceless statistics.

    This is the difference between Anne Frank and girls who died in the Ukrainian famine. The power of grief has been promoted and sacralized Anne Frank, and in association all the other Jews. But there is no power of grief for all the innocent girls who died in the Great Famine. The faceless victim-hood of Palestinian children means that Zionists can kill any number of them, and the world–certainly Americans–don’t care.
    There is no politics of grief about Palestinian children. They are white victims of black crime according to rules of NYT.

    Control the laughter and the tears, and you control all the world.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    "Control the laughter and the tears, and you control all the world."

    Your comment is very interesting.

  38. @BurplesonAFB
    Steve, if you're moderating comments, why do you allow such obvious trolls? Especially with the way that comments get batched which means we have hours of people responding and then they all show up at once, providing the troll with immense satisfaction.

    Just ignore that troll. He only comes in here because guys like you deliberately step into that tar.

  39. @George
    BLUMENTHAL EMAIL CONFIRMS: LIBYA WAS TO BE HILLARY’S CROWNING ACCOMPLISHMENT

    http://www.powerlineblog.com/archives/2015/06/blumenthal-email-confirms-libya-was-to-be-hillarys-crowning-accomplishment.php

    Blumenthal told the committee this week that he was not the author of most of the material he sent Hillary. He was being paid ten thousand per month but stated he just “cut and pasted” other peoples’ original material. These political hacks even rip each other off!

  40. “Prime Minister Renzi tried to pretend that the migrant crisis did not exist, but now that it has turned into an emergency he can remain silent no longer. He blames other EU countries for putting the nation before the union…”

    How about just blaming the politicians, ideologues and oligarchs for putting foreigners, money and ideology above Europe and Europeans?

  41. Good source for material on the refugee resettlements in the United States:

    https://refugeeresettlementwatch.wordpress.com/

  42. Not only with immigration, but also with drug and education policy: public discourse centers on easing the lives of losers. Instead we should should focus on whatever aids the most effective Americans.

    Americans like Oppenheimer should keep doing whatever drugs they are on:

  43. The entertainer Jay Leno (is he still on the air?)
    has a feature in which he interviews people on the
    street and asks them questions that any politically
    aware person should be able to answer — like showing
    them a picture of Vice President Joe Biden and asking,
    “Who is this?”

    The results are amusing, but the target interviewees
    are picked for their ignorance. But let’s imagine
    a control group of, say, students at Harvard Business
    School, who presumably are well informed but do not
    specialize in politics. What percentage of them
    would know the connotations of “Camp of the Saints”?
    This is the title of a dystopian French novel from the
    1970s by one Jean Raspail; its theme is described in
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Camp_of_the_Saints .
    (I myself learned this phrase “camp of the saints”
    from the novel, and only later learned that it is
    a Bible quote.) When used in a headline, is this
    phrase a shibboleth known only to the cognoscenti
    (or the Illuminati)?

    • Replies: @PV van der Byl
    Raspail's Camp of the Saints was required reading for the introductory international relations course (100+ students) taught by Alvin Rubinstein at the University of Pennsylvania during the late 1970s.

    Is anyone here aware of any other universities where CoS was required reading for a large course?

    What years?
  44. The most deplorable one [AKA "Fourth doorman of the apocalypse"] says:

    OT: Boycott of SJW publishing company.

  45. @Steve Sailer
    What proportion of genuine refugees fearing retribution at home are former secret policemen or death squad members themselves?

    In many unstable Third World countries, today’s victims are tomorrow’s oppressors, and vice versa, in a perpetual cycle of savagery. A good strategy for the ruling class is to loot as much as you can and stash it in a Western bank account, then take off to claim asylum in the West when you hear the baying of guys with machetes coming after you. Even being a cab driver in London is better than being chopped to bits in Africa.

  46. @anonymous
    I still don't fully understand what the aim of the Libyan war was. Any good explanations out there?Hillary certainly got a chuckle out of killing Khadaffi which makes her seem rather sociopathic.

    “I still don’t fully understand what the aim of the Libyan war was. Any good explanations out there?”

    Theft? Khaddaffi had reputedly amassed a large amount of gold bullion. Where did it go to?

    • Replies: @unit472
    The best I can tell it wasn't the US who was behind it. It was mostly French President Sarkozy, running for re-election at the time, and British PM Cameron who wanted Khadafy gone. Khadafy was threatening to reveal his funding of Sarkozy's first campaign for president and Cameron was worried about the details that freed the Libyan who had been jailed for the Pan Am/Lockerbie bombing becoming public. Problem was, European air forces have become so enfeebled they needed the US to take down Libya's Air Defense System so Obama, whom Khadafy called 'his son' and who had ties to Farrakhan and Jeremiah Wright, was nervous about what Khadafy could reveal too.

    When the air and missile strikes began US cruise missiles hit the building that held Libyan government archives on the first night and turned it into smoking rubble. I guess the real question is why was Khadafy suddenly such a security risk to everyone. He had been pals with Berlusconi, abandoned his firebrand terrorist policies and was opening his country to western oil companies and tourism. His son and presumable successor was a westernized Anglophile not unlike Jordan's King Abdullah. He was even keeping the hordes of Africa from sneaking into Europe. Something was up though and what that was had to go beyond Sarkozy's campaign finance law violations.

  47. @bomag
    This is pretty much a primer on modern politics.

    Politicians live to give stuff away, even if it's the country's heritage and future.

    If you leave one exception, it expands to fill the void. Thus, if you leave an out for emergency spending in the budget, many budget items soon become emergency spending. If you leave an exception for political asylum, most migrants will announce that they are politically oppressed.

    You have to flat-out say no to everyone in these circumstances.

    bomag says:

    June 20, 2015 at 12:11 pm GMT • 100 Words

    This is pretty much a primer on modern politics.

    Politicians live to give stuff away, even if it’s the country’s heritage and future.

    If you leave one exception, it expands to fill the void. Thus, if you leave an out for emergency spending in the budget, many budget items soon become emergency spending. If you leave an exception for political asylum, most migrants will announce that they are politically oppressed.

    You have to flat-out say no to everyone in these circumstances.”

    Quite true. This is why a sensible Consitution would make no provision – absolutely none – for it’s own suspension under any circumstances, not even invasion by a superior race of space aliens. If it provides politicians a way of subverting the law, then everything, ultimately, will become a matter of national security and a national emergency. We are still living under a formal state of wartime emergency that was enacted int he 1940s.

  48. @Mark Spahn (West Seneca, NY)
    The entertainer Jay Leno (is he still on the air?)
    has a feature in which he interviews people on the
    street and asks them questions that any politically
    aware person should be able to answer -- like showing
    them a picture of Vice President Joe Biden and asking,
    "Who is this?"

    The results are amusing, but the target interviewees
    are picked for their ignorance. But let's imagine
    a control group of, say, students at Harvard Business
    School, who presumably are well informed but do not
    specialize in politics. What percentage of them
    would know the connotations of "Camp of the Saints"?
    This is the title of a dystopian French novel from the
    1970s by one Jean Raspail; its theme is described in
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Camp_of_the_Saints .
    (I myself learned this phrase "camp of the saints"
    from the novel, and only later learned that it is
    a Bible quote.) When used in a headline, is this
    phrase a shibboleth known only to the cognoscenti
    (or the Illuminati)?

    Raspail’s Camp of the Saints was required reading for the introductory international relations course (100+ students) taught by Alvin Rubinstein at the University of Pennsylvania during the late 1970s.

    Is anyone here aware of any other universities where CoS was required reading for a large course?

    What years?

  49. Any comment on The Donald? Far be it for me to comment on the stupid party, but selecting a rich blowhard during a recession doesn’t sound like a winning strategy.

    • Replies: @Maj. Kong
    Bush. Clinton. Perot.

    Bush. Clinton. Trump.
    , @Nathan Wartooth
    I liked his speech. He was talking about how the middle class gets raped by trade deals and that he wants to actually enforce immigration laws.

    If I vote in the Republican primary, I would probably vote for him. He looks like a God compared to the other candidates. The Republicans can't manage to get anyone to run that is even half decent.

    At least the far left has Bernie Sanders to represent them, we don't have anyone.

  50. e says:
    @Anonymous
    You racists are going down.

    Gnash your teeth all you want but the people are here to stay and your white Utopias are going to be a forgotten past.

    I take great pleasure in the fact that your granddaughters will be the mothers of beautiful black babies.

    Nothing racist about using common sense about the relative strengths and weaknesses of certain population groups: if you can point to a non-white country other than some Asian ones that actually work and aren’t third world, I’ll hear you out.

    Surely you understand Liberia operates on the $$$ of white nations–unfortunately, the country can’t seem to sustain itself.

    I don’t wish to live in third world country and I’m sure you don’t either. It really does matter what the cognitive power of a population group brings to the table.

  51. Berlusconi, by paying Ghadafi to keep Africans out of Europe, was merely putting a finger in the dyke. The Libyan dictator was not immortal; he had to die sometime and the French invasion only hastened matters. Once he was gone it was inevitable that the migrant problem would resurface. The only solution was and is a naval blockade in the Mediterranean….unless of course you wish to see your beautiful historic cities like Rome, Paris, London, Amsterdam and Munich turn into northern versions of Sierra Leone patrolled by drunken African men wearing wedding dresses and purple curly fright wigs.

  52. Hal (comment #13) writes, “Count your blessings. You are free to emigrate from dessicated So. California to the utopian Dakota shale fields, then on to idyllic Minnesota.”

    Hal, the correct spelling is not “dessicated” but “desiccated”. This is derived from the Latin adjective “siccus” (dry), the verb “siccare” (to dry), and the intensifying prefix “de-”. If in doubt about the correct spelling of a Latin-derived word, just ask your nearest Latino. That’s why we’re importing some many of this educational human resource.

    • Replies: @Hal

    That’s why we’re importing some many of this educational human resource.
     
    Ok. I'll be more careful. Thanks, some much.
    , @The most deplorable one

    That’s why we’re importing some many of this educational human resource.
     
    The five-minute editing period is so you don't trip over your dick on the way out.
    , @SFG
    I know you're being facetious, but the Spanish cognate is 'seco'.
  53. CJ says:

    The French have ‘closed’ their border with Italy on the Côte d’Azur in defiance of the Schengen Agreement, which guarantees free movement within member nations.

    And in accordance with a standard French attitude about the EU and other treaties — they sign the agreements for the PR, then do what they feel is necessary without worrying about the “letter of the law”. Even the pathetic Socialists of Hollande are on board with this one.

    A commenter above suggested that Egypt should take over Libya, getting the oil revenues in return for stopping the migration. That is actually a very good and plausible idea. Unfortunately, it is probably beyond the grasp of current Western political elites, especially the American Democrats.

    • Replies: @Lot

    A commenter above suggested that Egypt should take over Libya, getting the oil revenues in return for stopping the migration. That is actually a very good and plausible idea.
     
    I agree, though the Egyptian military isn't that great, so they should probably limit themselves to the eastern half of the coasts and the oil and gas fields of the empty Sahara territories.

    These obvious old diplomatic tactics that allowed the people in single chilly island to take over half of Africa and all of the Indian subcontinent never seem to occur to the current elite. Their best ideas is turning Iraq into a liberal democracy and "arming the moderate rebels" in Syria.
  54. Yesterday I went Omaha Beach in Normandy. Was free to walk up the hills, look at the bunkers, look back towards the sea. It would have been truly terrifying coming ashore and making the very long run across that beach at low tide. Visited the American Cemetry. Almost 10 000 American graves. A great sacrifice.

    The French got their country back. Idiot Pope now tells them to not resist the new invasion. Dishonorable age we live in.

  55. Sucks for you guys that whites will be a minority everywhere and pay for their crimes against humanity

    • Replies: @Robert Hume
    Of course we white guys are responsible for modern agriculture and medicine without which the world population would be, say, < 10% of the present.
    , @Hapalong Cassidy
    And I'm sure the ascendency of Sub-Saharan Africans will usher in a golden age of humanity that will last a thousand years. Since you are so enlightened, please share with us some of your predictions as to how this will occur.
    , @GeorgeV
    Sucks for you guys that whites invented everything including the computer you're posting from. Life will be swell without any further technology huh?
  56. Dirk Dagger [AKA "Chico Caldera"] says: • Website
    @Johann
    Francis the rock star pope has openly welcomed the immigrants, especially the moslems, into Italy. They will encamp in Saint Peter's square and turn Saint Peter's into a mosque just like they did to Hagia Sofia in Constantinople. Francis is still the star of the Western Liberal press and the internationalists in the IMF, UN, and American government. He is now embarking on a campaign to join Al Gore and the greenies and ask Catholics to live by the precepts not of Christ but of Al Gore and Hilary Clinton.

    Typical hypoChrister, there are less than 1,000 Vatican citizens, they could easily take in 50,000 immigrants. He is a posturing liar.

  57. Anonymous • Disclaimer says:
    @anonymous
    I still don't fully understand what the aim of the Libyan war was. Any good explanations out there?Hillary certainly got a chuckle out of killing Khadaffi which makes her seem rather sociopathic.

    It was sort of bizarre. A year or two before the war, Hillary as the Sec. of State personally received a visit from one of Gaddafi’s sons, who was subsequently killed during the war.

    Incidentally, an unusual number of people end up dead shortly after dealing with the Clintons, going back to their Arkansas days:

    http://whatreallyhappened.com/RANCHO/POLITICS/BODIES.html

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    "Missing former White House chef's cellphone signal traced to Mexico mountains as search continues "

    "Former White House chef worked for 11 years under Presidents Bill Clinton and George W Bush"

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3132876/Search-resumes-mountains-missing-ex-White-House-chef.html
  58. @Mark Spahn (West Seneca, NY)
    Hal (comment #13) writes, "Count your blessings. You are free to emigrate from dessicated So. California to the utopian Dakota shale fields, then on to idyllic Minnesota."

    Hal, the correct spelling is not "dessicated" but "desiccated". This is derived from the Latin adjective "siccus" (dry), the verb "siccare" (to dry), and the intensifying prefix "de-". If in doubt about the correct spelling of a Latin-derived word, just ask your nearest Latino. That's why we're importing some many of this educational human resource.

    That’s why we’re importing some many of this educational human resource.

    Ok. I’ll be more careful. Thanks, some much.

  59. Anonymous • Disclaimer says:

    Longer term, how exactly does NATO expect to prevent Russian/neo-Soviet imperial domination of Europe with Africans, who aren’t known for being good soldiers or being able to maintain a military-industrial complex? Because that’s obviously what’s going to happen, and isn’t that bad and will likely be preferable to what prevails in Europe at the time. But the entire raison d’etre of NATO is to prevent this sort of thing, so I’m not sure what it’s thinking process here is.

  60. @Tacitus2016
    It's years since I've had the BBC on satellite TV but recently during my travels I have stayed in hotels that have had the BBC satellite news channel(one of the only English language channels). It's so positive about immigration and economic growth, one can feel that they've been missing out on something. Upbeat presenters cheer on globalisation and the coming golden future.

    ‘One of only a few’

  61. Lot says:
    @Buzz Mohawk
    The Italians are feeding stray cats.

    The Italians are feeding stray cats.

    Rural northern and central Italy had the most stray cats I’ve ever seen. You can tell they are fed by people because they will come up to you. One abandoned old church in Tuscany had about 50 of them living on the premises on the edge of a small farming town.

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
    The Forum in Rome was full of stray cats in 1980.
  62. Lot says:
    @CJ
    The French have ‘closed’ their border with Italy on the Côte d’Azur in defiance of the Schengen Agreement, which guarantees free movement within member nations.

    And in accordance with a standard French attitude about the EU and other treaties -- they sign the agreements for the PR, then do what they feel is necessary without worrying about the "letter of the law". Even the pathetic Socialists of Hollande are on board with this one.

    A commenter above suggested that Egypt should take over Libya, getting the oil revenues in return for stopping the migration. That is actually a very good and plausible idea. Unfortunately, it is probably beyond the grasp of current Western political elites, especially the American Democrats.

    A commenter above suggested that Egypt should take over Libya, getting the oil revenues in return for stopping the migration. That is actually a very good and plausible idea.

    I agree, though the Egyptian military isn’t that great, so they should probably limit themselves to the eastern half of the coasts and the oil and gas fields of the empty Sahara territories.

    These obvious old diplomatic tactics that allowed the people in single chilly island to take over half of Africa and all of the Indian subcontinent never seem to occur to the current elite. Their best ideas is turning Iraq into a liberal democracy and “arming the moderate rebels” in Syria.

    • Replies: @Maj. Kong
    Egypt struggles to control its 'Bedouin' in the Sinai and minor occupied places in the desert. The urbanized strip along the Nile is like NYC to their Alaska.

    Adding more Bedouin is what the Egyptians don't want, despite the fact that Libyan 'nationhood' for all intents and purposes has never existed.

    Partition is an option, but the borders would still be lines on a map.

    Now if Il Duce had stayed out of WWII, enough Italians may have settled in Libya to have become the demographic majority.
  63. The most deplorable one [AKA "Fourth doorman of the apocalypse"] says:

    The Clintons have the the Mort Touch.

  64. Oh, poor Kqhaaai’d’daffphi, where can a good citizen of the world blow up 747s and have his embassies machine-gun passers-by these days?

    Spare me.

    The boat people crap is entirely the European governments’ own doing.

  65. Just ignore that troll. He only comes in here because guys like you deliberately step into that tar.

    Which troll are we talking about? The homosexual with a fetish for black guys (probably out of a subconscious impulse to run as far away from his abusive father as possible)? Or some other troll?

  66. @Anonymous
    Sucks for you guys that whites will be a minority everywhere and pay for their crimes against humanity

    Of course we white guys are responsible for modern agriculture and medicine without which the world population would be, say, < 10% of the present.

  67. @Lot
    The developed world needs to simply end all asylum programs, with limited exceptions that require the person seeking asylum to apply in their home country or third country, and not be permitted here until it is fully granted.

    As it stands, you just show up at the border, make a BS claim, and then you get to stay for years while your BS claim is "investigated" at taxpayer expense. We already have a firm no-asylum policy for Mexicans, who are not allowed to apply, there is no reason we can't do that for other countries.

    All a Mexican mojado has to do is illegally cross the border, with no ID, walk up to the nearest border agent, tell him he is from Guatemala (El Salvador, Nicaragua, whatever) and he is fearful due to persecution (the precise phrase is in the Federal Regulations). The magic words automatically trigger his right to an asylum hearing. I have heard that many of them just present a handwritten note with their name, their alleged country of origin and the magic words written down.

    The border agent then gives the guy a pass and lets him wander off into America. The “refugee” is told to appear (in 1 or 2 years) to an asylum hearing. The “refugee”, of course, never shows up. BUT, for the next 1 or 2 years he is perfectly safe from arrest and deportation as an illegal alien (as long as he keeps his Notice to Appear at an asylum hearing on his person).

    Only an idiot Mexican mojado tells the border agent he is actually from Mexico.

    Many years ago in law school the profs explained how trivial it was. Back then their example was Africans arriving at JFK via jet from Europe, having macerated their passport/ID in flight. Instant permission to stay in America until their asylum hearing in 2 years. No Israeli-style concentration camp or anything.

  68. WhatEvvs [AKA "Prada Yada Yada"] says:

    I happened to have a conversation with an elderly Korean lady today. She was a qualified pharmacist. After her husband died when she was relatively young she came to the US on an H1 in the late 70s because the US had a shortage of pharmacists.

    Huh? I mean, really. It’s one thing to import strawberry pickers and chicken-guts factory workers, but pharmacists? That’s a good, clean, first world job, which requires strong literacy skills. It’s def. a job that Americans will do, and have done.

    If the US doesn’t have a death wish, it is acting like it has.

    Now, let’s take a look at Greece, shall we. I can’t figure out what’s going on there, now, but when Tsipras took power, he pledged to go all soft on illegals:

    http://www.aljazeera.com/indepth/features/2015/03/greece-outlines-radical-immigration-reforms-150302083444990.html

    Recent statements by Tasia Christodoulopoulou, Greece’s new immigration minister, signal a 180-degree turn from the focus on detention and border patrols, which has dominated the country’s migration policy for more than a decade.
    Ambitious reforms
    In addition to a plan that would grant citizenship to second-generation migrants born and raised in Greece, the new immigration ministry has also proposed shutting down immigrant detention centres.

    Has this happened or has Tsipras climbed down?

    • Replies: @snorlax
    Tsipras has invited enormous numbers of the "refugees" into Greece (at least as many as Italy, IIRC), and is making not-so-veiled threats that he'll give them legal papers and unleash them into the rest of Europe if Merkel et al don't pay up. Little does he know this is a very ineffective (counterproductive, one might even say) negotiating strategy, for reasons which should be obvious.
    , @metatron
    Re: Pharmacists.
    And how many Americans with the ability to finish a pharmacy degree want to work the night shift at a 24 hour pharmacy? Every single pharmacists I've ever seen at those places is an immigrant.
  69. >>Also, let me add that even genuine refugees are often fleeing their home countries because they fear retribution for the very bad things they did to their fellow nationals.

    Back in the 1980s close to one million El Salvadorans migrated to the US, apparently fleeing death squads, refugees of the killing fields, so we were told by the churches and MSM. In 1989, in a free and fair election, the right wing party ARENA, founded by military man Roberto D’Aubisson – characterized by then US ambassador Robert White as a psychopathic killer – won the presidential election and held the presidency for the next 20 years. I guess we are supposed to believe that all the one million or so “refugees” would surely have voted for the opposition and none of them would have supported D’Aubisson and ARENA. Well, that’s what the churches and MSM would have us believe. I contend that, most likely, the migrant demographic represented the population of El Salvador at large and that at least half of these “refugees” were quite content with having a “psychopathic killer” or one of his associates as president of El Salvador. Bearing this in mind I am not at all surprised about the rise in American cities of MS-13 and other violent Salvadoran street gangs, but I am sure that the churches and MSM are…..Well check that last statement, the churches and MSM are not surprised, they blame the rise of MS-13 and others on good old American racism.

  70. @Sailer has an interesting life
    Any comment on The Donald? Far be it for me to comment on the stupid party, but selecting a rich blowhard during a recession doesn't sound like a winning strategy.

    Bush. Clinton. Perot.

    Bush. Clinton. Trump.

  71. @Mr. Anon
    "I still don’t fully understand what the aim of the Libyan war was. Any good explanations out there?"

    Theft? Khaddaffi had reputedly amassed a large amount of gold bullion. Where did it go to?

    The best I can tell it wasn’t the US who was behind it. It was mostly French President Sarkozy, running for re-election at the time, and British PM Cameron who wanted Khadafy gone. Khadafy was threatening to reveal his funding of Sarkozy’s first campaign for president and Cameron was worried about the details that freed the Libyan who had been jailed for the Pan Am/Lockerbie bombing becoming public. Problem was, European air forces have become so enfeebled they needed the US to take down Libya’s Air Defense System so Obama, whom Khadafy called ‘his son’ and who had ties to Farrakhan and Jeremiah Wright, was nervous about what Khadafy could reveal too.

    When the air and missile strikes began US cruise missiles hit the building that held Libyan government archives on the first night and turned it into smoking rubble. I guess the real question is why was Khadafy suddenly such a security risk to everyone. He had been pals with Berlusconi, abandoned his firebrand terrorist policies and was opening his country to western oil companies and tourism. His son and presumable successor was a westernized Anglophile not unlike Jordan’s King Abdullah. He was even keeping the hordes of Africa from sneaking into Europe. Something was up though and what that was had to go beyond Sarkozy’s campaign finance law violations.

    • Replies: @Mr. Anon
    Yes, it seemed to be that the French and the British were leading the charge against the K-man, and that America seemed to have been dragged into it by them.

    But still, I ask, what became of his gold?
  72. @Anonymous
    What really stands out about this present immigration crisis afflicting Europe is the signal lack of leadership in even making the most cursory attempt to tackle the crisis.

    Compare and contrast to the situation prior to 1939. Back in the day, any European nation no matter how mighty or modest would have almost instantaneously responded to such ban egregious insult to its nationhood decisively and swiftly. Many a bloody European war was sparked off by something more mild. Well some might claim this a feature and not a bug, but in today's Europe, decisiveness, action and defending vital national interests in a vigorous and manly fashion have been subsumed by wanky 'human rights' laws that hamstring action and men if action have been replaced by big, fat, paunchy, white shirted waffling politicians full of 'piss and wind' and mindful of 'obligations' but pretty much useless in leading.
    Compare and contrast also to the recent 'Kargil wars' between Pakistan and India. Although both are nuclear powers with a lot to lose, their leaders aren't scared to 'show their bollocks' when 'bollock showing' is desperately called for.

    What really stands out about this present immigration crisis afflicting Europe is the signal lack of leadership in even making the most cursory attempt to tackle the crisis.

    The leadership isn’t lacking anything, it’s wildly successful. It’s succeeding perfectly in it’s mission to destroy white nation states.

  73. @Niccolo Salo
    Farrell gets to the crux of the problem:

    Berlusconi had to be removed due to his close ties with Putin and because he wouldn't play ball in respect to Anglo-American-French designs on Libya.

    He and Gaddafi managed to halt the flow of migrants from Africa to Europe but Berlusconi's removal and the overthrow of Gaddafi have opened the floodgates.

    Renzi should send all these migrants to France and the UK as punishment. It's what they deserve for f**king up that deal with Gaddafi.

    I understand your sentiments, but the wave will swamp all. Didn’t the British moot sending them to a holding camp in Egypt?

    The crux of the problem is that a very small fraction of the European population – the pansy left, in Orwell’s words, and messianic border wreckers – hold a veto over policy.

    At some point that will be broken … But it will be late, oh so late.

  74. OT, but why am I not able to use my old name Bert? I keep getting prompt for my “proper” e-mail address even though I’ve always used a fake one.

  75. Joking is no laughing matter.

    “If you’re going to be crazy, you have to get paid for it or else you’re going to be locked up.”
    HST

    Greece might go broke soon without more debt. If the new debt strategy fails, maybe they can go with a cheap labor platform and import more debt slaves to keep the state growing. Turn the empty churches into cheap apartment blocks.

  76. @anonymous
    I still don't fully understand what the aim of the Libyan war was. Any good explanations out there?Hillary certainly got a chuckle out of killing Khadaffi which makes her seem rather sociopathic.

    Western politicians of the mentally lazy kind often like foreign wars. They seem so much simpler than domestic problems.

    Certainly it has been argued by well connected people that Tony Blair jumped into Iraq against much informed advice because he felt a bit legacy light.

    The amazing thing about Libya is that we dived in straight after Iraq. At least there was a theory about how Iraq was supposed to turn out; albeit wrong. But Libya … Ye Gods!

    • Replies: @Mr. Anon
    "Bill B. says:

    Certainly it has been argued by well connected people that Tony Blair jumped into Iraq against much informed advice because he felt a bit legacy light."

    What was he worried about. Blair had a major role in destroying the historical nation of England. Certainly that is a considerable legacy.
  77. The most deplorable one [AKA "Fourth doorman of the apocalypse"] says:
    @Mark Spahn (West Seneca, NY)
    Hal (comment #13) writes, "Count your blessings. You are free to emigrate from dessicated So. California to the utopian Dakota shale fields, then on to idyllic Minnesota."

    Hal, the correct spelling is not "dessicated" but "desiccated". This is derived from the Latin adjective "siccus" (dry), the verb "siccare" (to dry), and the intensifying prefix "de-". If in doubt about the correct spelling of a Latin-derived word, just ask your nearest Latino. That's why we're importing some many of this educational human resource.

    That’s why we’re importing some many of this educational human resource.

    The five-minute editing period is so you don’t trip over your dick on the way out.

    • Replies: @Mark Spahn (West Seneca, NY)
    Thank you, Fourth Doorman of the Apocalypse, for noticing that I typed "some many" where I should have typed "so many". This is a good illustration of why the worst person to proofread something that you have just written is you yourself: scanning your just-written text *reminds* you of what you meant to say, rather than your words coming as a revelation. Maybe a sub-sub-category of cognitive psychology includes techniques to avoid the pitfalls of self-proofreading. Proofreading in reverse word-order might work, but is very time-inefficient. Has anyone found a good way to self-proofread efficiently?
  78. @Anon
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VCCgnRNgZ9s

    Another movie where a joke gets someone in big trouble.

    In a way, jokes are dangerous. After all, any authority is undermined if people laugh at it.
    This is why late night comedy has been effective in shaping public attitudes. Sermons aren't as effective as stand-ups. A single one-liner can undo an entire argument.

    A Certain People know this because they used humor to subvert and undermine their enemies and rivals.

    So, a Certain People see their humor as free humor and they see enemy humor as hate humor.

    Hitler joked too. But no one better joke about him.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bqVc7kDtV_M

    Control the laughter, and you control half the world.

    Joking is no laughing matter.

    So, it is understandable why people fear the Politics of Humor. It is dangerous, subversive, and aggressive.

    Communists were right to fear the wrong kind of laughter. Hitler too. Imagine if the Chaplin's Great Dictator had been screened in Nazi Germany.

    Laughing at something strips it of its respect and sanctity.
    Imagine a comedy about the real MLK the sex fiend and thug.
    People wouldn't be so uh-goshy about him.

    So, it would be disingenuous for us to pretend that comedy is just a joking matter. It has a way of shaping opinions, attitudes, and values.

    But in a free society, everything should be open to criticism and mockery. If THEY can laugh at us, WE should be able to laugh at them.

    This is the right that has taken away from us.

    --------------

    The power of grief is another important factor of power.

    To grieve over something makes it sanctified and sacred.

    The power of grief over Emmitt Till, MLK, and recent church victims make their lives seem holy.

    But the lack of power of grief over white victims of black thuggery and violence have turned white victims into faceless statistics.

    This is the difference between Anne Frank and girls who died in the Ukrainian famine. The power of grief has been promoted and sacralized Anne Frank, and in association all the other Jews. But there is no power of grief for all the innocent girls who died in the Great Famine. The faceless victim-hood of Palestinian children means that Zionists can kill any number of them, and the world--certainly Americans--don't care.
    There is no politics of grief about Palestinian children. They are white victims of black crime according to rules of NYT.

    Control the laughter and the tears, and you control all the world.

    “Control the laughter and the tears, and you control all the world.”

    Your comment is very interesting.

  79. @Sailer has an interesting life
    Any comment on The Donald? Far be it for me to comment on the stupid party, but selecting a rich blowhard during a recession doesn't sound like a winning strategy.

    I liked his speech. He was talking about how the middle class gets raped by trade deals and that he wants to actually enforce immigration laws.

    If I vote in the Republican primary, I would probably vote for him. He looks like a God compared to the other candidates. The Republicans can’t manage to get anyone to run that is even half decent.

    At least the far left has Bernie Sanders to represent them, we don’t have anyone.

    • Replies: @Sailer has an interesting life
    I can see your point, especially with regards to how Trump talks truth about Mexico and their blatant support of illegal aliens. Here is my problem with the D.
    http://fivethirtyeight.com/datalab/why-donald-trump-isnt-a-real-candidate-in-one-chart/

    That's a huge hill to climb. Especially in a recession. Especially considering how Mitt lost despite being a more 'popular' candidate.
    , @Clyde
    The Donald is the only billionaire against the suicidal version of free trade we have had for 30 years and against Obama's open borders policies. I cannot think of any others, though they may be keeping their mouths shut to avoid the wrath and boycotts of the social justice warrior psychos.
  80. @Anonymous
    You racists are going down.

    Gnash your teeth all you want but the people are here to stay and your white Utopias are going to be a forgotten past.

    I take great pleasure in the fact that your granddaughters will be the mothers of beautiful black babies.

    Ya think? I think by that time the IQ shortfall that bedevils Africa will be known everywhere and the knowledge will be factored in to both public and private decisions across the West.

  81. Steve, you might want to take a look at the Hungarian border as well. The number of immigrants crossing the Hungarian border has rapidly increased in the last two years. This year we expect more than 100000 immigrants to arrive – to a country of 10 millions. The government recently announced that they are preparing to build a fence along the Serbian border to halt the illegal migrants.

  82. Speaking of humor… Sweden is the funniest country. It just doesn’t know it yet.

  83. @unit472
    Speed is of the essence in processing ( and rejecting asylum claims) . As we found in the US when we were granting 'refugee' status to Central Americans from their civil wars, earthquakes and even hurricanes, the bureaucratic process provides time for new 'facts' to be created. "Hardship", hey the refugee has a job and a family now, his kids know no other place but the USA. Thus single sex camps must be used to detain ALL those claiming asylum or refugee status and their claims processed without appeal. The fact of the matter is even the most brutal political regimes don't persecute nobodies and , if you keep your head down, you will not be arrested and tortured by the secret police. These third world nations just don't have the resources or organizational skills to run KGB style police states.

    Ethnic persecution is a real thing–Tutsis got killed even if they kept their heads down. (Height jokes to follow and yes, Steve, you explained how successful Hutus married into the Tutsis–which was a nice bit of sociology.)

    Point is, I still don’t think the USA should have the need to solve all the problems of the world. We can’t take in every refugee even if they have a real claim.

  84. @Mark Spahn (West Seneca, NY)
    Hal (comment #13) writes, "Count your blessings. You are free to emigrate from dessicated So. California to the utopian Dakota shale fields, then on to idyllic Minnesota."

    Hal, the correct spelling is not "dessicated" but "desiccated". This is derived from the Latin adjective "siccus" (dry), the verb "siccare" (to dry), and the intensifying prefix "de-". If in doubt about the correct spelling of a Latin-derived word, just ask your nearest Latino. That's why we're importing some many of this educational human resource.

    I know you’re being facetious, but the Spanish cognate is ‘seco’.

  85. And now a word from the Road To Hell Paving Company:

    http://youtube.com/watch?v=kNnkbkZeWKc

    Like most contractors, they vastly underestimated the final cost.

  86. I just had a thought. Ann Coulter in her book says Mexicans here send back $20 billion dollars a year to Mexico. That’s $20 billion that just leaves our economy.
    If we taxed remittances at 100%, would that $20 billion be enough to get NASA restarted in a manned space exploration program?
    I think The Donald could *WIN* if he put this plan out there.

  87. @Nathan Wartooth
    I liked his speech. He was talking about how the middle class gets raped by trade deals and that he wants to actually enforce immigration laws.

    If I vote in the Republican primary, I would probably vote for him. He looks like a God compared to the other candidates. The Republicans can't manage to get anyone to run that is even half decent.

    At least the far left has Bernie Sanders to represent them, we don't have anyone.

    I can see your point, especially with regards to how Trump talks truth about Mexico and their blatant support of illegal aliens. Here is my problem with the D.

    http://fivethirtyeight.com/datalab/why-donald-trump-isnt-a-real-candidate-in-one-chart/

    That’s a huge hill to climb. Especially in a recession. Especially considering how Mitt lost despite being a more ‘popular’ candidate.

  88. @Anonymous
    It was sort of bizarre. A year or two before the war, Hillary as the Sec. of State personally received a visit from one of Gaddafi's sons, who was subsequently killed during the war.

    Incidentally, an unusual number of people end up dead shortly after dealing with the Clintons, going back to their Arkansas days:

    http://whatreallyhappened.com/RANCHO/POLITICS/BODIES.html

    “Missing former White House chef’s cellphone signal traced to Mexico mountains as search continues ”

    “Former White House chef worked for 11 years under Presidents Bill Clinton and George W Bush”

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3132876/Search-resumes-mountains-missing-ex-White-House-chef.html

  89. @Anonymous
    Sucks for you guys that whites will be a minority everywhere and pay for their crimes against humanity

    And I’m sure the ascendency of Sub-Saharan Africans will usher in a golden age of humanity that will last a thousand years. Since you are so enlightened, please share with us some of your predictions as to how this will occur.

  90. The trolls wouldn’t be of concern if Steve didn’t block actual comments on the story in favor of publishing cuckold fetish fan fiction.

  91. Freud was right. The death wish is strong in The West.

  92. Wow, in the US, Bruce Jenner cuts off his balls.

    In France, this woman has real balls.

  93. @Lot

    The Italians are feeding stray cats.
     
    Rural northern and central Italy had the most stray cats I've ever seen. You can tell they are fed by people because they will come up to you. One abandoned old church in Tuscany had about 50 of them living on the premises on the edge of a small farming town.

    The Forum in Rome was full of stray cats in 1980.

    • Replies: @Cagey Beast
    That sounds like a phrase one secret agent says to another when they meet at the train station to exchange packages.
    , @Reg Cæsar


    The Forum in Rome was full of stray cats in 1980.

     

    So is the Vatican. Pope Benedict liked to feed them.
  94. @WhatEvvs
    I happened to have a conversation with an elderly Korean lady today. She was a qualified pharmacist. After her husband died when she was relatively young she came to the US on an H1 in the late 70s because the US had a shortage of pharmacists.

    Huh? I mean, really. It's one thing to import strawberry pickers and chicken-guts factory workers, but pharmacists? That's a good, clean, first world job, which requires strong literacy skills. It's def. a job that Americans will do, and have done.

    If the US doesn't have a death wish, it is acting like it has.

    Now, let's take a look at Greece, shall we. I can't figure out what's going on there, now, but when Tsipras took power, he pledged to go all soft on illegals:

    http://www.aljazeera.com/indepth/features/2015/03/greece-outlines-radical-immigration-reforms-150302083444990.html

    Recent statements by Tasia Christodoulopoulou, Greece's new immigration minister, signal a 180-degree turn from the focus on detention and border patrols, which has dominated the country's migration policy for more than a decade.
    Ambitious reforms
    In addition to a plan that would grant citizenship to second-generation migrants born and raised in Greece, the new immigration ministry has also proposed shutting down immigrant detention centres.
     
    Has this happened or has Tsipras climbed down?

    Tsipras has invited enormous numbers of the “refugees” into Greece (at least as many as Italy, IIRC), and is making not-so-veiled threats that he’ll give them legal papers and unleash them into the rest of Europe if Merkel et al don’t pay up. Little does he know this is a very ineffective (counterproductive, one might even say) negotiating strategy, for reasons which should be obvious.

    • Replies: @WhatEvvs
    Thanks. Doubleplusungood in many ways.

    Tsipras can't last.
  95. @Steve Sailer
    The Forum in Rome was full of stray cats in 1980.

    That sounds like a phrase one secret agent says to another when they meet at the train station to exchange packages.

  96. @Lot

    A commenter above suggested that Egypt should take over Libya, getting the oil revenues in return for stopping the migration. That is actually a very good and plausible idea.
     
    I agree, though the Egyptian military isn't that great, so they should probably limit themselves to the eastern half of the coasts and the oil and gas fields of the empty Sahara territories.

    These obvious old diplomatic tactics that allowed the people in single chilly island to take over half of Africa and all of the Indian subcontinent never seem to occur to the current elite. Their best ideas is turning Iraq into a liberal democracy and "arming the moderate rebels" in Syria.

    Egypt struggles to control its ‘Bedouin’ in the Sinai and minor occupied places in the desert. The urbanized strip along the Nile is like NYC to their Alaska.

    Adding more Bedouin is what the Egyptians don’t want, despite the fact that Libyan ‘nationhood’ for all intents and purposes has never existed.

    Partition is an option, but the borders would still be lines on a map.

    Now if Il Duce had stayed out of WWII, enough Italians may have settled in Libya to have become the demographic majority.

  97. • Replies: @WhatEvvs
    Eric Kaufmann says that Sweden will be 25% Muslim by 2050.
  98. @manton
    I think "ask Hillary is" was supposed to be "ask Hillary if"

    I think “ask Hillary is” was supposed to be “ask Hillary if”

    He’s using an obsolete Georgian-era keyboard.

  99. @Steve Sailer
    The Forum in Rome was full of stray cats in 1980.

    The Forum in Rome was full of stray cats in 1980.

    So is the Vatican. Pope Benedict liked to feed them.

  100. @WhatEvvs
    I happened to have a conversation with an elderly Korean lady today. She was a qualified pharmacist. After her husband died when she was relatively young she came to the US on an H1 in the late 70s because the US had a shortage of pharmacists.

    Huh? I mean, really. It's one thing to import strawberry pickers and chicken-guts factory workers, but pharmacists? That's a good, clean, first world job, which requires strong literacy skills. It's def. a job that Americans will do, and have done.

    If the US doesn't have a death wish, it is acting like it has.

    Now, let's take a look at Greece, shall we. I can't figure out what's going on there, now, but when Tsipras took power, he pledged to go all soft on illegals:

    http://www.aljazeera.com/indepth/features/2015/03/greece-outlines-radical-immigration-reforms-150302083444990.html

    Recent statements by Tasia Christodoulopoulou, Greece's new immigration minister, signal a 180-degree turn from the focus on detention and border patrols, which has dominated the country's migration policy for more than a decade.
    Ambitious reforms
    In addition to a plan that would grant citizenship to second-generation migrants born and raised in Greece, the new immigration ministry has also proposed shutting down immigrant detention centres.
     
    Has this happened or has Tsipras climbed down?

    Re: Pharmacists.
    And how many Americans with the ability to finish a pharmacy degree want to work the night shift at a 24 hour pharmacy? Every single pharmacists I’ve ever seen at those places is an immigrant.

  101. This journal seems to get better and braver with each issue.

  102. @Nathan Wartooth
    I liked his speech. He was talking about how the middle class gets raped by trade deals and that he wants to actually enforce immigration laws.

    If I vote in the Republican primary, I would probably vote for him. He looks like a God compared to the other candidates. The Republicans can't manage to get anyone to run that is even half decent.

    At least the far left has Bernie Sanders to represent them, we don't have anyone.

    The Donald is the only billionaire against the suicidal version of free trade we have had for 30 years and against Obama’s open borders policies. I cannot think of any others, though they may be keeping their mouths shut to avoid the wrath and boycotts of the social justice warrior psychos.

    • Replies: @iSteveFan

    The Donald is the only billionaire against the suicidal version of free trade we have had for 30 years and against Obama’s open borders policies.
     
    Though I agree with the general direction of your statement, you should avoid calling it Obama's open border policies. These policies preceded Obama and are deeply shared by both the democrat and GOP elite. If you recall we had to fight tooth and nail against W. over open borders when he was in office. Assigning the blame to Obama merely let's the other rats off the hook.
  103. WhatEvvs [AKA "Prada Yada Yada"] says:
    @snorlax
    Tsipras has invited enormous numbers of the "refugees" into Greece (at least as many as Italy, IIRC), and is making not-so-veiled threats that he'll give them legal papers and unleash them into the rest of Europe if Merkel et al don't pay up. Little does he know this is a very ineffective (counterproductive, one might even say) negotiating strategy, for reasons which should be obvious.

    Thanks. Doubleplusungood in many ways.

    Tsipras can’t last.

  104. WhatEvvs [AKA "Prada Yada Yada"] says:
    @Anon
    This is funny

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?t=203&v=cgm-xUaX-i0

    Eric Kaufmann says that Sweden will be 25% Muslim by 2050.

    • Replies: @ben tillman

    Eric Kaufmann says that Sweden will be 25% Muslim by 2050.
     
    Is that a joke? It seems likely to be 25% Muslim by 2025.
  105. This is disastrous. These “refugees” will fester in large ghettoes and camps, including tent cities in numerous public places, including St. Peter’s Square. Proud welfare states will literally bankrupt themselves trying to care for net-consuming immigrants and their children. Then the tribes will go to war over the salvage.

    It’s all over but the weeping.

    • Replies: @Kat Grey
    Italians will be taxed further to pay for the migrants making it impossible to marry and have their own familes. What few jobs and houses there are will be given to the immigrants. This African migration crisis is nothing but a massive disingenuous move by the industrialists and liberal elitists to replace the indigenous Europeans with a cheap high-fertility labour force comprising Africans and South Asians. These new workers would make it possible to compete with China's global market.

    The white working class is slated for extinction within the next few generations.
  106. @Clyde
    The Donald is the only billionaire against the suicidal version of free trade we have had for 30 years and against Obama's open borders policies. I cannot think of any others, though they may be keeping their mouths shut to avoid the wrath and boycotts of the social justice warrior psychos.

    The Donald is the only billionaire against the suicidal version of free trade we have had for 30 years and against Obama’s open borders policies.

    Though I agree with the general direction of your statement, you should avoid calling it Obama’s open border policies. These policies preceded Obama and are deeply shared by both the democrat and GOP elite. If you recall we had to fight tooth and nail against W. over open borders when he was in office. Assigning the blame to Obama merely let’s the other rats off the hook.

    • Replies: @Clyde
    George Bush was no damn good on illegal immigration. This dope had Border Patrol agents Ramos and Compean prosecuted. He did his best to ram amnesty through but got stopped by Jeff Sessions and a outraged citizenry's flood of messages, faxes, emails into Capitol Hill. But still, Obama has open borders in his blood. Just look at his 3rd world face. Obama is ten times worse than George Bush on immigration be it legal or illegal.
  107. @unit472
    Speed is of the essence in processing ( and rejecting asylum claims) . As we found in the US when we were granting 'refugee' status to Central Americans from their civil wars, earthquakes and even hurricanes, the bureaucratic process provides time for new 'facts' to be created. "Hardship", hey the refugee has a job and a family now, his kids know no other place but the USA. Thus single sex camps must be used to detain ALL those claiming asylum or refugee status and their claims processed without appeal. The fact of the matter is even the most brutal political regimes don't persecute nobodies and , if you keep your head down, you will not be arrested and tortured by the secret police. These third world nations just don't have the resources or organizational skills to run KGB style police states.

    Thus single sex camps must be used to detain ALL those claiming asylum

    In 2015 America, that sadly won’t be enough, especially if some of the detainees are willing to “take one for the team” in one way or another… *shudders*

  108. @The Anti-Gnostic
    This is disastrous. These "refugees" will fester in large ghettoes and camps, including tent cities in numerous public places, including St. Peter's Square. Proud welfare states will literally bankrupt themselves trying to care for net-consuming immigrants and their children. Then the tribes will go to war over the salvage.

    It's all over but the weeping.

    Italians will be taxed further to pay for the migrants making it impossible to marry and have their own familes. What few jobs and houses there are will be given to the immigrants. This African migration crisis is nothing but a massive disingenuous move by the industrialists and liberal elitists to replace the indigenous Europeans with a cheap high-fertility labour force comprising Africans and South Asians. These new workers would make it possible to compete with China’s global market.

    The white working class is slated for extinction within the next few generations.

  109. @iSteveFan

    The Donald is the only billionaire against the suicidal version of free trade we have had for 30 years and against Obama’s open borders policies.
     
    Though I agree with the general direction of your statement, you should avoid calling it Obama's open border policies. These policies preceded Obama and are deeply shared by both the democrat and GOP elite. If you recall we had to fight tooth and nail against W. over open borders when he was in office. Assigning the blame to Obama merely let's the other rats off the hook.

    George Bush was no damn good on illegal immigration. This dope had Border Patrol agents Ramos and Compean prosecuted. He did his best to ram amnesty through but got stopped by Jeff Sessions and a outraged citizenry’s flood of messages, faxes, emails into Capitol Hill. But still, Obama has open borders in his blood. Just look at his 3rd world face. Obama is ten times worse than George Bush on immigration be it legal or illegal.

  110. @unit472
    The best I can tell it wasn't the US who was behind it. It was mostly French President Sarkozy, running for re-election at the time, and British PM Cameron who wanted Khadafy gone. Khadafy was threatening to reveal his funding of Sarkozy's first campaign for president and Cameron was worried about the details that freed the Libyan who had been jailed for the Pan Am/Lockerbie bombing becoming public. Problem was, European air forces have become so enfeebled they needed the US to take down Libya's Air Defense System so Obama, whom Khadafy called 'his son' and who had ties to Farrakhan and Jeremiah Wright, was nervous about what Khadafy could reveal too.

    When the air and missile strikes began US cruise missiles hit the building that held Libyan government archives on the first night and turned it into smoking rubble. I guess the real question is why was Khadafy suddenly such a security risk to everyone. He had been pals with Berlusconi, abandoned his firebrand terrorist policies and was opening his country to western oil companies and tourism. His son and presumable successor was a westernized Anglophile not unlike Jordan's King Abdullah. He was even keeping the hordes of Africa from sneaking into Europe. Something was up though and what that was had to go beyond Sarkozy's campaign finance law violations.

    Yes, it seemed to be that the French and the British were leading the charge against the K-man, and that America seemed to have been dragged into it by them.

    But still, I ask, what became of his gold?

  111. @Bill B.
    Western politicians of the mentally lazy kind often like foreign wars. They seem so much simpler than domestic problems.

    Certainly it has been argued by well connected people that Tony Blair jumped into Iraq against much informed advice because he felt a bit legacy light.

    The amazing thing about Libya is that we dived in straight after Iraq. At least there was a theory about how Iraq was supposed to turn out; albeit wrong. But Libya ... Ye Gods!

    “Bill B. says:

    Certainly it has been argued by well connected people that Tony Blair jumped into Iraq against much informed advice because he felt a bit legacy light.”

    What was he worried about. Blair had a major role in destroying the historical nation of England. Certainly that is a considerable legacy.

  112. @Whiskey
    OT: Isteve page is currently crashing Firefox. Chrome is OK though.

    Italians love love love Africans. So its not as if say, Greeks or Slovenes or Russians are coming ashore. Its Africans. In many ways, the love of Africans represents a revolt against science and modernity. Look at the standard tropes in religious works er I mean "art movies" and even regular movies. Standard, stuffy and uptight European is loosened up by the joyous, live in the moment African. No woman moves to say, Helsinki among Angry Birds Nerds to Eat Pray Love. Its always the Third World with a marked lack of toilet facilities but lots of live in the moment, anti-science and technology people.

    On a practical note, Africa has about 1 billion plus people. They'd like to move to Europe and take Europeans stuff and Europeans themselves as property/slaves. To stop that Europe needs a whacking great navy, capable of dominating the Med completely, as well as the Atlantic, and an expeditionary force ground/air component capable of occupying by force all ports. People can't immivade Europe by a skiff launched off a beach, a Med going ship requires a port and thus the ports themselves need to be occupied. Not only in the Med but Atlantic Africa.

    Europe is neither able to afford such a force nor politically willing to build it -- they live in fantasy land where every African is a noble live in the moment person just coming to loosen them up from uptight mores. Their post-Christian religious belief centers their lives, just like the Pope's Post-Christian belief (for this Pope it seems Jesus is an afterthought at best to his god of Political Correctness post-Marxism).

    My best guess is within ten years Europe will be majority African. Its ugly but I don't see the will, the money, the navy/air force/army, the men, or the politics. I'd really like to be wrong.

    Already holiday resorts in Italy are over-run with African and ME refugees, and Greece falling out the Euro has its Islands, which it has historically tried to keep from Turkey, over-run with Muslims from Africa, Syria, and Pakistan.

    Our Western elites are rotten and stupid. And the stupidity and rotten-ness is a function of DIRECTLY Post-Christian, Post Marxist views of the sanctity and redeeming quality of the Third World rabble, as opposed to us Stale, Pale, and Male White guys. Who in the views of the Post-Christian, Post-Marxists (in turn mostly Upper Class White women and those who cater to them) guilty of the Original Sin of not being sexy while creating the modern, wealthy world. Most Upper Class White women would rather live in filth without White beta males than live in a place like Finland filled with them. Its why Eat Pray Love did not feature Copenhagen, Helsinki, Tokyo (filled with Asian Beta Males), or Silicon Valley.*

    *Today's LAT feature on True Detective has the usual screed from TV critic Mary McNamara about how much she detests White men. "Not to mention our feelings about violence and sex and the social status of every demographic that is not 'white male.'" Cue parallel story about how Jurassic World was sexist for Bryce Howard's character not being a waify Superhero weighing 90 lbs throwing around dinosaurs and men like toys. Even Joss Whedon chimed in about how sexist it was to criticize a female CEO with no children married to a meaningless job.

    In many ways, the love of Africans represents a revolt against science and modernity. Look at the standard tropes in religious works er I mean “art movies” and even regular movies. Standard, stuffy and uptight European is loosened up by the joyous, live in the moment African. No woman moves to say, Helsinki among Angry Birds Nerds to Eat Pray Love. Its always the Third World with a marked lack of toilet facilities but lots of live in the moment, anti-science and technology people.

    Yes, apparently Stanley Ann Dunham loved loved loved Black Orpheus, much to the embarrassment of her son, Black Narcissus. He seems less embarrassed by her wholehearted embrace of the Third World and its dusky inhabitants.

  113. @Erik Sieven
    Currently there seem to be two kind of countries in the world. Forst category Western countries with a good legal system, good health care, good environment protection BUT an insane antiracist ideology and insane immigration policies. Second category is countries with a much more sane ideology, good immigration policies BUT a corrupt legal system, bad health care and ruthless exploitation of the natural resources. Which makes it really hard to decide which country one should immigrate too to avoid the subsaharan african demographic expansion and the bad results of antiracist policies and at the same time still enjoy first world health care and a protected environment. Japan is one possibility, but actually I do not like the fact the immigration to Japan is increasing, so I would not like to take part in this. Israel somehow combines first world infrastructure, a low level of corruption and a quite sane immigration policy. But in Israel there is also a very strong Left, and there is the risk of an invasion from the numerous arab countries around. I guess Argentina and Chile are best possibilities left. The infrastructure and health care is not on the level of Northern Europe, USA, Canada or New Zealand, but still ok. There is not much migration to expect - at least not compared to Europe or the USA.

    Belarus?

  114. Here’s a short video of the French police dropping a bus load of illegal migrants at the Italian border: http://video.repubblica.it/dossier/immigrati-2015/ventimiglia-polizia-accusa-francia-rimanda-indietro-di-tutto-anche-i-minori/204637/203718

    The conversation is mostly in English. The three guys the Italian official rejects are minors, who the French aren’t allowed to deport under treaty. The French cops says “well, you know we just get them from the CRS” which is the national riot police in France. Anyway, a little slice of life on the Italian-French border.

  115. @Anonymous
    You racists are going down.

    Gnash your teeth all you want but the people are here to stay and your white Utopias are going to be a forgotten past.

    I take great pleasure in the fact that your granddaughters will be the mothers of beautiful black babies.

    Troll, troll and a half,….at least I tried.

    It could be interesting to see how Africa will go now then China invest there and from what I read on this French blog posted by Bernard Lugan (you need Google translation to translate it). It’s a “meet the new boss, same as the old boss” situation.

    And on a off-topic sidenote, let’s see how South Africa will go and to see if the prophecies of Siener Van Rensburg and Johanna Brant who mentionned then whites return to power in South Africa will come true? I wonder if Tom Kratman was inspired by them to write about South Africa in his novel “Caliphate”?

  116. @Steve Sailer
    What proportion of genuine refugees fearing retribution at home are former secret policemen or death squad members themselves?

    What proportion of genuine refugees fearing retribution at home are former secret policemen or death squad members themselves?

    The reductionist in me says that all “refugees” are people who have failed in one manner or another to comply with the socio-political standards of their home nation. The exception might be those fleeing natural disaster like earthquake or tsunami, but even those failed to anticipate the realities of the natural world and failed socially in the recovery.

    If the police are after me, “persecuting” me, because I exercise my “human rights” to shelter in your vacation home or use your credit to purchase basic transportation I need, can I be a “refugee” in Europe? If I am “unable” to maintain employment in America, am I not entitled to Council housing and benefits in England?

    We demand that our own citizens comply with our laws and social customs. If they refuse, we send them to jail or they live under a bridge and forage from dumpsters. But when they refuse to comply with the laws and customs in Sudan, we bring them to America and feed, clothe, and house them at taxpayer expense. Isn’t the whole concept of “refugee” a scam?

  117. @WhatEvvs
    Eric Kaufmann says that Sweden will be 25% Muslim by 2050.

    Eric Kaufmann says that Sweden will be 25% Muslim by 2050.

    Is that a joke? It seems likely to be 25% Muslim by 2025.

  118. @The most deplorable one

    That’s why we’re importing some many of this educational human resource.
     
    The five-minute editing period is so you don't trip over your dick on the way out.

    Thank you, Fourth Doorman of the Apocalypse, for noticing that I typed “some many” where I should have typed “so many”. This is a good illustration of why the worst person to proofread something that you have just written is you yourself: scanning your just-written text *reminds* you of what you meant to say, rather than your words coming as a revelation. Maybe a sub-sub-category of cognitive psychology includes techniques to avoid the pitfalls of self-proofreading. Proofreading in reverse word-order might work, but is very time-inefficient. Has anyone found a good way to self-proofread efficiently?

  119. @anonymous
    I still don't fully understand what the aim of the Libyan war was. Any good explanations out there?Hillary certainly got a chuckle out of killing Khadaffi which makes her seem rather sociopathic.

    Apparently, the purpose of Obama’s crusade against Libya was to open the floodgates to African immigration to Europe.

  120. “Svigor says:

    Just ignore that troll. He only comes in here because guys like you deliberately step into that tar.

    Which troll are we talking about? The homosexual with a fetish for black guys (probably out of a subconscious impulse to run as far away from his abusive father as possible)? Or some other troll?”

    I knew Truth was fiction.

  121. @Tacitus2016
    It's years since I've had the BBC on satellite TV but recently during my travels I have stayed in hotels that have had the BBC satellite news channel(one of the only English language channels). It's so positive about immigration and economic growth, one can feel that they've been missing out on something. Upbeat presenters cheer on globalisation and the coming golden future.

    “Upbeat presenters cheer on globalisation and the coming golden future.”

    That’s about right. BBC World Service is even worse.

    I wonder what the motive for attacking Qaddaffee was. The Brits left him alone when his diplomats were shooting policewomen in London and he was shipping tons of Semtex to the IRA.

    He hands over all his nuclear secrets like a good boy and is rewarded with an Edward II death.

  122. Anon • Disclaimer says:

    It’s interesting.

    One of the great narratives of the West is the evil of the slave trade.

    Yet, we don’t see a single black descendant of the slave trade trying to return to Africa.

    Instead, we see Africans whose ancestors were not sold as slaves(and, if anything, whose ancestors captured and sold slaves to whites and Arabs) risking their lives in rickety boats to go to Europe/West to live amongst white people.

    It’s as if the greater injustice had been perpetrated on blacks who were not captured and sold into slavery to the West. And those blacks now use unsafe ships to come to the West and to live under white governance.

    By the way, many people seem to overlook the sexual dimension to this.

    Just about 99% of the men in the photos are MEN.

    Why is this? Isn’t Africa filled with poor women as well as poor men?

    So, why are all the refugees men and not women?

    Could there be a Joe Buck factor(Midnight Cowboy)? Or Joe Black?

    In MIDNIGHT COWBOY, Joe Buck the Texan is sure that NY urban men are a bunch of fruits or pansies and NY women are just dying for a tall Texan like himself as sex mate.

    In today’s age, even Africans have access to the internet and pop culture. They must have been Hollywood movies with interracial couples. They must have seen rap music videos with Negro studs and white chicks. They must have seen interracial porn where black men dominate over white men and take white women. They must have seen sports where blacks dominate the field and are treated as gods in both US and Europe. They must have noticed and heard that the #1 sex tourism destiny for European women is black Africa. Rates of STD have gone up among British women because of this sex tourism.

    So, a lot of black African men may feel like Joe Buck or Joe Black, racially and sexually superior to white men. They may have the impression that European men are a bunch of pansies and fruits. White men can no longer pleasure their women, therefore white women now prefer the superior Negro over the wussy white guy.

    So, a kind of Midnight Cowboy or Midnight Mandingo mentality might be at work in what is happening. I mean just think about it.

    99% or more of the ‘migrants’ you see in photos are MEN, not women.

    When it comes to the US-Mex border, it’s not just the men. Mex women also come here to find work in restaurants or as nannies. Maybe more men come, but plenty of women come too, which is why so many Mex migrant men and Mex migrant women have lots of children.

    The Vietnamese Boat People crisis was also about men AND women, not just the men.

    But when we look at Africa and Europe, it is a Male Invasion. So, it would be dishonest to overlook the sexual dimension of this.

    And since white European women are into rap music and hip hop culture(and interracist Hollywood movies), they might like the idea of a Europe teeming with big Negroes. Or maybe it’s just PC brainwashing. Or maybe they are like the Eternals in ZARDOZ who, having been cocooned in safety and prosperity for so long, have no idea what is happening. Because it’s a disaster worse than the Fall of Rome.

    Rome was invaded by whites, and those whites could eventually become civilized and advanced, indeed more so than Southern Europeans.

    But as Europe fills up with Joe Blacks, it’s gonna be one big hell hole.

    It is the suicide of Europe but also the cuckolding and rape of Europe.

    The fact that US, the most powerful nation on Earth, twice elected a black guy must also encourage blacks to make the horny journey. And Obama is a what? A product of an African male sexually conquering a white woman.

    • Replies: @The Anti-Gnostic
    I think the less, ah, florid explanation is they are surplus men from polygamous Big Man economies.

    How many sidewalk vendors and taxi drivers does Europe need? This is going to be really ugly.
  123. @Anon
    It's interesting.

    One of the great narratives of the West is the evil of the slave trade.

    Yet, we don't see a single black descendant of the slave trade trying to return to Africa.

    Instead, we see Africans whose ancestors were not sold as slaves(and, if anything, whose ancestors captured and sold slaves to whites and Arabs) risking their lives in rickety boats to go to Europe/West to live amongst white people.

    It's as if the greater injustice had been perpetrated on blacks who were not captured and sold into slavery to the West. And those blacks now use unsafe ships to come to the West and to live under white governance.

    By the way, many people seem to overlook the sexual dimension to this.

    Just about 99% of the men in the photos are MEN.

    Why is this? Isn't Africa filled with poor women as well as poor men?

    So, why are all the refugees men and not women?

    Could there be a Joe Buck factor(Midnight Cowboy)? Or Joe Black?

    In MIDNIGHT COWBOY, Joe Buck the Texan is sure that NY urban men are a bunch of fruits or pansies and NY women are just dying for a tall Texan like himself as sex mate.

    In today's age, even Africans have access to the internet and pop culture. They must have been Hollywood movies with interracial couples. They must have seen rap music videos with Negro studs and white chicks. They must have seen interracial porn where black men dominate over white men and take white women. They must have seen sports where blacks dominate the field and are treated as gods in both US and Europe. They must have noticed and heard that the #1 sex tourism destiny for European women is black Africa. Rates of STD have gone up among British women because of this sex tourism.

    So, a lot of black African men may feel like Joe Buck or Joe Black, racially and sexually superior to white men. They may have the impression that European men are a bunch of pansies and fruits. White men can no longer pleasure their women, therefore white women now prefer the superior Negro over the wussy white guy.

    So, a kind of Midnight Cowboy or Midnight Mandingo mentality might be at work in what is happening. I mean just think about it.

    99% or more of the 'migrants' you see in photos are MEN, not women.

    When it comes to the US-Mex border, it's not just the men. Mex women also come here to find work in restaurants or as nannies. Maybe more men come, but plenty of women come too, which is why so many Mex migrant men and Mex migrant women have lots of children.

    The Vietnamese Boat People crisis was also about men AND women, not just the men.

    But when we look at Africa and Europe, it is a Male Invasion. So, it would be dishonest to overlook the sexual dimension of this.

    And since white European women are into rap music and hip hop culture(and interracist Hollywood movies), they might like the idea of a Europe teeming with big Negroes. Or maybe it's just PC brainwashing. Or maybe they are like the Eternals in ZARDOZ who, having been cocooned in safety and prosperity for so long, have no idea what is happening. Because it's a disaster worse than the Fall of Rome.

    Rome was invaded by whites, and those whites could eventually become civilized and advanced, indeed more so than Southern Europeans.

    But as Europe fills up with Joe Blacks, it's gonna be one big hell hole.


    It is the suicide of Europe but also the cuckolding and rape of Europe.

    The fact that US, the most powerful nation on Earth, twice elected a black guy must also encourage blacks to make the horny journey. And Obama is a what? A product of an African male sexually conquering a white woman.

    I think the less, ah, florid explanation is they are surplus men from polygamous Big Man economies.

    How many sidewalk vendors and taxi drivers does Europe need? This is going to be really ugly.

    • Replies: @Anon
    "I think the less, ah, florid explanation is they are surplus men from polygamous Big Man economies."

    But THAT MANY?

    Besides, those who are paying the smugglers are relatively better off.

    Surely they could have used that money--big sum in Africa--to find some ho.
  124. @The Anti-Gnostic
    I think the less, ah, florid explanation is they are surplus men from polygamous Big Man economies.

    How many sidewalk vendors and taxi drivers does Europe need? This is going to be really ugly.

    “I think the less, ah, florid explanation is they are surplus men from polygamous Big Man economies.”

    But THAT MANY?

    Besides, those who are paying the smugglers are relatively better off.

    Surely they could have used that money–big sum in Africa–to find some ho.

  125. @Anonymous
    Sucks for you guys that whites will be a minority everywhere and pay for their crimes against humanity

    Sucks for you guys that whites invented everything including the computer you’re posting from. Life will be swell without any further technology huh?

  126. Considering Stanley Ann Dunham’s subsequent track record, I’d say she did all the sexual conquering. In the early 1960s interracial unions were rare in the USA. Therefore it was a case of lady’s choice.

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