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From iSteve commenter Chapin:

Mr Sailer, you are right when you say this African migration has already started. A couple of weeks ago I was in Tapachula, Mexico. (the city on the border with Guatemala). I have been going there for thirty years. For the first time I saw that the streets are overflowing with Black African immigrants heading north to the States. These are not your over achieving Nigerians. These are your scowling, hog the sidewalk with attitude Congo boys. At least hundreds of them, maybe thousands. All young men, virtually no women. As the nurse commented when asked about how the locals felt, she responded in that polite Mexican understatement, “Some people aren’t too happy about it.”. My thought at the time was they better get used to it.

 
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  1. I’d say “Sink the damned boats,” but they can walk across the Rio Grande, and apparently it’s not Central America’s or Mexico’s problem.

    • Replies: @AndrewR
    @The Alarmist

    I'll gladly pay an extra 50% for my coke if the cartels keep the Africans out of the US

    Replies: @SteveRogers42

    , @Anon
    @The Alarmist

    Well, they didn't swim here. At some point boats are involved. And somebody is financing those boats.

    Replies: @anon, @Anon7, @James Forrestal

    , @Alfa158
    @The Alarmist

    Of course not, they are sending them all north to the United States of Suckers. They aren’t a problem yet, the Africans aren’t going on local welfare, and if they get out of line by committing crimes or being troublesome to the citizens, the local cops will promptly deal with them in an appropriate fashion.
    These countries will only re-think this policy when they suddenly wake up and realize that these Africans going north will eventually become a problem for their own expatriates who are colonizing huge swathes of the former USA.

  2. Seriously, what’s the point of having armed forces when they don’t even try to stop an invasion?

    • Replies: @Charon
    @Gordo

    Make-work jobs program, like most of government. And the very opposite of productive, like all of government.

    , @Lurker
    @Gordo

    As the Commandant General of the Marines made quite clear when the USMC were tasked with supporting border control by Trump. Protecting the border is not their job. I seem to remember a commenter here agreeing with him as well.

    Replies: @fnn, @The Alarmist, @SteveRogers42, @Reg Cæsar

    , @Patrick in SC
    @Gordo

    What's the point of having armed forces? For the U.S. it's:

    1) military industrial complex/jobs program

    2) Israel

    , @James Forrestal
    @Gordo


    Seriously, what’s the point of having armed forces when they don’t even try to stop an invasion?
     
    Now to you and me, that's obviously a rhetorical question. But to the ethnonarcissists at the Sulzberger Blog, the answer is self-evident -- the American goyim not only don't care about protecting their own country; they're actively opposed to doing so. But fighting wars for Israel? That's another story:

    https://twitter.com/nytopinion/status/1058146136807096320

    Clearly, your olam needs a little more tikkuning.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    , @JohnnyWalker123
    @Gordo

    Um, to fight wars in the Middle East.

    Replies: @Desiderius

    , @James N. Kennett
    @Gordo


    Seriously, what’s the point of having armed forces when they don’t even try to stop an invasion?
     
    Revisionist historians tell us that the Anglo-Saxons, and even the Danes, did not invade Britain, they simply settled here. Tales of rape and pillage have been greatly exaggerated.

    So it is today. The "migrants" are not invaders, because they are not getting into the country by force of arms, still less by military victory; what they are is settlers or colonists. However, in 200 years' time the distinction will be moot.

    Of course the armed forces should repel the settlers, and send them to a prison colony in a friendly African country. The military likes to boast that they are agile, that they are flexible in adapting to new threats, and so on - but this only seems to apply if there is a boondoggle for contractors and suppliers. The grunt work of keeping unwelcome and unwanted colonists out of our countries doesn't appeal to them, or to the politicians who direct them.
    , @Dr. X
    @Gordo

    To defend Israel.

    , @anonymouseperson
    @Gordo

    Absolutely.

    , @Rob McX
    @Gordo

    They do stop invasions - just not of the US.

  3. Anonymous[342] • Disclaimer says:

    If you don’t like it, throw your computer out the window and get your community breeding immediately. Not tomorrow, not next week, not in 30 years; get every female pregnant right now. The mandatory mininum TFR is 20 children per lifetime for every reproductive female.

    You’re not banning immigration, not stopping African births, and not getting a government. So you must now do all that you can do, get your women breeding now without any type of argument or discussion of any kind.

    I repeat, no discussions. Throw your computer out the window right now if you’re not a cuck. Anyone who responds to this is an impotent cuck or a loser woman. Chuck your computer through the window and dive roll out there with clenched fists and a strut of determination. You’re about to become the system’s worst nightmare.

    • Troll: West reanimator
    • Replies: @Daniel Williams
    @Anonymous


    blah blah blah
     
    If I have roaches in my house, should my wife and I have three million more children to compete with their numbers?

    Obviously the solution to my problem is to lower the number of roaches, ideally to zero.

    Replies: @Anonymous

    , @CapaNiccaToday
    @Anonymous

    Just watched a video by Felix Rex entitled
    ‘Go east young white man!’
    Seems Asian women are seeking white baby daddy’s & I say “JACKPOT!!”
    Time to set up impregnation camps & bring em over, knock em up & give em green cards!!

  4. Some helicopter gunships and a rapid reaction force, in six weeks there would never be another illegal crossing…..ever.

    Instead we will do nothing until critical mass in Urban areas is achieved, then it will get bad. Very bad.

    There is no future without violence, every bit of which could have been avoided, if not for the efforts of Democratic vote buyers, and Reoublican cheap labor specialists.

    • Replies: @Beckow
    @theMann


    ...if not for the efforts of Democratic vote buyers, and Reoublican cheap labor specialists.
     
    The ever-cheaper labor is a core capitalist value. It increases efficiency (productivity) and profits. The post-WWII decades with growing incomes was an anomaly caused by fear of socialism and unique US WWII isolation.

    Maximizing votes is what democracy is all about. You are barking up the wrong tree - what is happening is baked into the system, you can't change it without addressing the system itself. As long as West worships productivity and entrepreneurship (=capitalism) nothing will change. The downward spiral has begun...they are coming.

    Replies: @Craig Nelsen

  5. (Not about migration to the US, but relevant)

    • Replies: @gent
    @Guest29048

    Africa is not fucking "young." Africa is subspecies wide senility.

  6. Israel is right next to Africa.

    How do they deal with African migration?

    Also, how do they deal with their ethnic minorities in general?

    • Replies: @Colin Wright
    @JohnnyWalker123

    'Also, how do they deal with their ethnic minorities in general?'

    Not very well...

    One of those minorities became the majority and took over.

  7. Some people kick away the ladder, the current gerontocracy lights the ladder on fire while they are still on it, and sends down nerve gas.

    • Agree: Servant of Gla'aki
  8. @The Alarmist
    I’d say “Sink the damned boats,” but they can walk across the Rio Grande, and apparently it’s not Central America’s or Mexico’s problem.

    Replies: @AndrewR, @Anon, @Alfa158

    I’ll gladly pay an extra 50% for my coke if the cartels keep the Africans out of the US

    • LOL: AnotherDad, Spect3r
    • Replies: @SteveRogers42
    @AndrewR

    An idea whose time has come.

  9. @The Alarmist
    I’d say “Sink the damned boats,” but they can walk across the Rio Grande, and apparently it’s not Central America’s or Mexico’s problem.

    Replies: @AndrewR, @Anon, @Alfa158

    Well, they didn’t swim here. At some point boats are involved. And somebody is financing those boats.

    • Replies: @anon
    @Anon

    Well, they didn’t swim here.

    True. Lemme explain it to you in a Boomer-tune.

    Ya don't need boats when there is a...

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

    Replies: @AndrewR

    , @Anon7
    @Anon

    Maybe the cartels are having trouble getting local youth involved in the drug trade, and they need to bring in foreign labor. I'm sure many will be sent to the USofA as sales representatives. And complaints department clerks and collection agents.

    , @James Forrestal
    @Anon


    Well, they didn’t swim here. At some point boats are involved.
     
    As anon[104] said, it's more likely to be planes.

    And somebody is financing those boats.
     
    Funny you should mention that. Remember the whole concept of "microfinance", which got a fair amount of promotion and a fairly positive media image over the past couple of decades? "Encouraging entrepreneurship" and "empowering wahmen" in the T̶h̶i̶r̶d̶ ̶W̶o̶r̶l̶d̶ u̶n̶d̶e̶r̶d̶e̶v̶e̶l̶o̶p̶e̶d̶ ̶c̶o̶u̶n̶t̶r̶i̶e̶s̶ the "Global South" and so forth?

    Turns out a lot of that micro-usury went to financing, not local businesses, but a plane ticket to the US or Europe -- or to pay a "coyote" to get the debtor from Guatemala to El Norte.

    So who's financing this scheme again? From the WaPo piece above:
    In Guatemala, lenders that were supported by USAID and the World Bank are now funding illegal migration

    Your tax dollars at work, goy.

    And of course, the collateral for these loans is typically the family home, and they're counting on remittances to make the payments, so if they get don't make it across, it's either lose the house, or go deeper in debt and try again...

    And if there are private financial institutions involved in these operations, they have an obvious incentive to lobby for open borders -- so that they get their shekels back.

    I haven't seen any specific data on Africa, but it's likely the same sort of scam. Cambodia, etc.:

    https://www.migrationpolicy.org/article/growing-linkages-between-migration-and-microfinance

    Replies: @Retarded Libertarian

  10. What are you guys so scared of? white “men” commit the most violence

    https://www.sfchronicle.com/crime/article/Mass-shooting-in-San-Jose-What-we-know-so-far-16204689.php

    Oh, and white girls will love having a smorgasbord of Black Men to give them a happy smile!

    • Replies: @Spect3r
    @Tiny Duck

    Tiny, we missed you :)

  11. “Don’t fire until you see the whites of their eyes.” If it was good advice at Bunker Hill, it ought to do well enough now. If the description is accurate, we could open fire at about 1500 meters, I reckon.

  12. @The Alarmist
    I’d say “Sink the damned boats,” but they can walk across the Rio Grande, and apparently it’s not Central America’s or Mexico’s problem.

    Replies: @AndrewR, @Anon, @Alfa158

    Of course not, they are sending them all north to the United States of Suckers. They aren’t a problem yet, the Africans aren’t going on local welfare, and if they get out of line by committing crimes or being troublesome to the citizens, the local cops will promptly deal with them in an appropriate fashion.
    These countries will only re-think this policy when they suddenly wake up and realize that these Africans going north will eventually become a problem for their own expatriates who are colonizing huge swathes of the former USA.

    • Agree: The Alarmist
  13. You would have thought that the United States could bring pressure to bear on allies in South and Central America not to allow entry to people arriving from Africa on one-way tickets, and to the airlines that transport them.

    That cannot be that many direct flights from the Congo to Guatemala, though no doubt some fly first to Brazil.

    And if these people are poor then presumably their families are getting into hoc with coyotes who lend them the airfare against future earnings in the US, so that is another area that could perhaps be tackled at the source.

    This is really organized crime at work, and international law enforcement agencies ought to be doing more, but surely international diplomacy should be addressing the problem too.

    • Replies: @Almost Missouri
    @Jonathan Mason


    You would have thought that the United States could bring pressure to bear on allies in South and Central America not to allow entry to people arriving from Africa on one-way tickets, and to the airlines that transport them.
     
    That possibility ended January 20th, 2021.

    It's Planet of the Apes now.

    Replies: @SteveRogers42

    , @AnotherDad
    @Jonathan Mason


    You would have thought that the United States could bring pressure to bear on allies in South and Central America not to allow entry to people arriving from Africa on one-way tickets, and to the airlines that transport them.
     
    That's racist!


    Seriously Mason, get a clue. The minoritarians don't want to stop the flow. (They don't want to get into political trouble for allowing the flow, but they don't have any gut desire to stop it either.)

    And according to you the minoritarian party not only won, but did so super-legitimately and it was "coup" or something for protesters to even go to the Capitol to bitch about it.
    , @SteveRogers42
    @Jonathan Mason

    You are under the impression that our masters are interested in stopping The Great Replacement.

    It's a matter of won't, not can't.

    , @The Wild Geese Howard
    @Jonathan Mason


    This is really organized crime at work, and international law enforcement agencies ought to be doing more, but surely international diplomacy should be addressing the problem too.
     
    Too many of the right people are making too much money on this mess for anything to change.

    Many of those same people are also intensely interested in the endless stream of unaccompanied minors.
    , @anon
    @Jonathan Mason

    ought

    Sigh.

  14. How do they get there is what I’d like to know. Which country are they landing in? And by ship or by plane?

  15. Practically nobody in Africa speaks Spanish. Even in Equatorial Guinea and Western Sahara. Lusophones might handle it easily, but are these folks from Angola or Mozambique?

    On the other hand, millions of Mexican natives don’t speak any Spanish, either. So apparently one can get along without it.

    Blacks in Central America are bilingual in English and Spanish. Perhaps these Africans are trying to pass?

    • Replies: @Anon
    @Reg Cæsar

    Sure, unless you wanted to like, have like a real job, in a Mexican city, with like, people who do things.

    , @RichardTaylor
    @Reg Cæsar

    Reg, looks like you're gonna have to White Flight yet again! You thought you'd found a permanent locale. Oh well, you're used to running. Not you're fault, you're just a scared rabbit running from official government anti-White polcies.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0dB6MQlFLu8

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

  16. @Jonathan Mason
    You would have thought that the United States could bring pressure to bear on allies in South and Central America not to allow entry to people arriving from Africa on one-way tickets, and to the airlines that transport them.

    That cannot be that many direct flights from the Congo to Guatemala, though no doubt some fly first to Brazil.

    And if these people are poor then presumably their families are getting into hoc with coyotes who lend them the airfare against future earnings in the US, so that is another area that could perhaps be tackled at the source.

    This is really organized crime at work, and international law enforcement agencies ought to be doing more, but surely international diplomacy should be addressing the problem too.

    Replies: @Almost Missouri, @AnotherDad, @SteveRogers42, @The Wild Geese Howard, @anon

    You would have thought that the United States could bring pressure to bear on allies in South and Central America not to allow entry to people arriving from Africa on one-way tickets, and to the airlines that transport them.

    That possibility ended January 20th, 2021.

    It’s Planet of the Apes now.

    • Replies: @SteveRogers42
    @Almost Missouri

    Old but gold:

    https://pics.me.me/here-comes-the-diversity-ou-are-about-to-be-culturally-33336509.png

  17. How would Houellebecq’s SUBMISSION look if we were to transfer the story to North America?

  18. It’s Planet of the Apes now.

    Or Soylent Green.

  19. @Reg Cæsar
    Practically nobody in Africa speaks Spanish. Even in Equatorial Guinea and Western Sahara. Lusophones might handle it easily, but are these folks from Angola or Mozambique?

    On the other hand, millions of Mexican natives don't speak any Spanish, either. So apparently one can get along without it.


    https://theculturetrip.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/12/mesoamericanlanguages.png


    Blacks in Central America are bilingual in English and Spanish. Perhaps these Africans are trying to pass?

    Replies: @Anon, @RichardTaylor

    Sure, unless you wanted to like, have like a real job, in a Mexican city, with like, people who do things.

  20. Good morning Mr. Falken.

    I hear you want to play a game.

    You have the following options:

    1) Wannsee Conference Now
    2) Wannsee Conference Later

    Which option do you choose (Y/N)?

  21. I understand Delaware is a popular destination for African migrants.

    Papa Joe and all…

    • Replies: @Rob McX
    @Muggles


    I understand Delaware is a popular destination for African migrants.
     
    That's because they want to register their rocket science/cancer cure/cold fusion companies there.
  22. but remember they’re only coming to the US because it’s such a racist country.

  23. @Jonathan Mason
    You would have thought that the United States could bring pressure to bear on allies in South and Central America not to allow entry to people arriving from Africa on one-way tickets, and to the airlines that transport them.

    That cannot be that many direct flights from the Congo to Guatemala, though no doubt some fly first to Brazil.

    And if these people are poor then presumably their families are getting into hoc with coyotes who lend them the airfare against future earnings in the US, so that is another area that could perhaps be tackled at the source.

    This is really organized crime at work, and international law enforcement agencies ought to be doing more, but surely international diplomacy should be addressing the problem too.

    Replies: @Almost Missouri, @AnotherDad, @SteveRogers42, @The Wild Geese Howard, @anon

    You would have thought that the United States could bring pressure to bear on allies in South and Central America not to allow entry to people arriving from Africa on one-way tickets, and to the airlines that transport them.

    That’s racist!

    Seriously Mason, get a clue. The minoritarians don’t want to stop the flow. (They don’t want to get into political trouble for allowing the flow, but they don’t have any gut desire to stop it either.)

    And according to you the minoritarian party not only won, but did so super-legitimately and it was “coup” or something for protesters to even go to the Capitol to bitch about it.

    • Agree: Charon
  24. @AndrewR
    @The Alarmist

    I'll gladly pay an extra 50% for my coke if the cartels keep the Africans out of the US

    Replies: @SteveRogers42

    An idea whose time has come.

  25. @Gordo
    Seriously, what's the point of having armed forces when they don't even try to stop an invasion?

    Replies: @Charon, @Lurker, @Patrick in SC, @James Forrestal, @JohnnyWalker123, @James N. Kennett, @Dr. X, @anonymouseperson, @Rob McX

    Make-work jobs program, like most of government. And the very opposite of productive, like all of government.

  26. @Jonathan Mason
    You would have thought that the United States could bring pressure to bear on allies in South and Central America not to allow entry to people arriving from Africa on one-way tickets, and to the airlines that transport them.

    That cannot be that many direct flights from the Congo to Guatemala, though no doubt some fly first to Brazil.

    And if these people are poor then presumably their families are getting into hoc with coyotes who lend them the airfare against future earnings in the US, so that is another area that could perhaps be tackled at the source.

    This is really organized crime at work, and international law enforcement agencies ought to be doing more, but surely international diplomacy should be addressing the problem too.

    Replies: @Almost Missouri, @AnotherDad, @SteveRogers42, @The Wild Geese Howard, @anon

    You are under the impression that our masters are interested in stopping The Great Replacement.

    It’s a matter of won’t, not can’t.

  27. @Gordo
    Seriously, what's the point of having armed forces when they don't even try to stop an invasion?

    Replies: @Charon, @Lurker, @Patrick in SC, @James Forrestal, @JohnnyWalker123, @James N. Kennett, @Dr. X, @anonymouseperson, @Rob McX

    As the Commandant General of the Marines made quite clear when the USMC were tasked with supporting border control by Trump. Protecting the border is not their job. I seem to remember a commenter here agreeing with him as well.

    • Replies: @fnn
    @Lurker

    There was at least one Marine General who wasn't morally defective: "I served in all commissioned ranks from second lieutenant to Major General. And during that period I spent most of my time being a high-class muscle man for Big Business, for Wall Street and for the bankers. In short, I was a racketeer for capitalism. I suspected I was just part of the racket all the time. Now I am sure of it."

    , @The Alarmist
    @Lurker

    Isn’t it funny how the War Department engaged in defensive operations on the border, e.g. chasing Pancho Villa back to Mexico, but the Department of Defense is almost purely an offensive endeavour.

    BTW, why is the US Coast Guard patrolling waters half-way around the world?

    Replies: @Alden

    , @SteveRogers42
    @Lurker

    Shameful.

    , @Reg Cæsar
    @Lurker


    As the Commandant General of the Marines made quite clear when the USMC were tasked with supporting border control by Trump. Protecting the border is not their job. I seem to remember a commenter here agreeing with him as well.
     
    The fundamental problem with the US Marines is that if they're involved, we probably shouldn't be.

    Today, that guidance underscores the Marine Corps' efforts to rebalance the force and ensure that America has a forward deployed, self-sustained, amphibious capability able to respond to crises around the world.

    https://www.hqmc.marines.mil/e2o/Mission-Vision/
     

    Replies: @James Forrestal

  28. @Jonathan Mason
    You would have thought that the United States could bring pressure to bear on allies in South and Central America not to allow entry to people arriving from Africa on one-way tickets, and to the airlines that transport them.

    That cannot be that many direct flights from the Congo to Guatemala, though no doubt some fly first to Brazil.

    And if these people are poor then presumably their families are getting into hoc with coyotes who lend them the airfare against future earnings in the US, so that is another area that could perhaps be tackled at the source.

    This is really organized crime at work, and international law enforcement agencies ought to be doing more, but surely international diplomacy should be addressing the problem too.

    Replies: @Almost Missouri, @AnotherDad, @SteveRogers42, @The Wild Geese Howard, @anon

    This is really organized crime at work, and international law enforcement agencies ought to be doing more, but surely international diplomacy should be addressing the problem too.

    Too many of the right people are making too much money on this mess for anything to change.

    Many of those same people are also intensely interested in the endless stream of unaccompanied minors.

  29. Well, that’s good news. BLM needs more people in their protests, Hollywood needs more Black actors, Harvard needs more Black students to reduce the number of Asians, Whites need more Black neighbours and friends to feel good about themselves, it’s win-win.

  30. @Anon
    @The Alarmist

    Well, they didn't swim here. At some point boats are involved. And somebody is financing those boats.

    Replies: @anon, @Anon7, @James Forrestal

    Well, they didn’t swim here.

    True. Lemme explain it to you in a Boomer-tune.

    Ya don’t need boats when there is a…

    • Replies: @AndrewR
    @anon

    Transport by sea is always cheaper than transport by big ol' jet airliners. Has anyone bothered to investigate how these Africans are crossing the ocean?

    Replies: @AnotherDad, @anon

  31. @Jonathan Mason
    You would have thought that the United States could bring pressure to bear on allies in South and Central America not to allow entry to people arriving from Africa on one-way tickets, and to the airlines that transport them.

    That cannot be that many direct flights from the Congo to Guatemala, though no doubt some fly first to Brazil.

    And if these people are poor then presumably their families are getting into hoc with coyotes who lend them the airfare against future earnings in the US, so that is another area that could perhaps be tackled at the source.

    This is really organized crime at work, and international law enforcement agencies ought to be doing more, but surely international diplomacy should be addressing the problem too.

    Replies: @Almost Missouri, @AnotherDad, @SteveRogers42, @The Wild Geese Howard, @anon

    ought

    Sigh.

  32. Anon[143] • Disclaimer says:

    Africans are all over Tijuana too. They appear to be mostly French speaking very dark and thin Mali types.

    90% male, but a few (usually pregnant or with new infant) young women too.

    No different than Chicago or Jamaica, they’re loud, they loiter a lot, and roam around in groups glaring at people and generally occupying public spaces.

    There are also a trend of rundown storefront businesses with no signs in the front full of Africans. There’s also nothing for sale and no cash registers, just cheap folding chairs, dirty couches, and card tables with Africans sitting on them.

    • Replies: @petit bourgeois
    @Anon

    Yeah the African problem in Tijuana is pretty bad, and I don't understand why the locals put up with it.

    But then again, the Mexican government accommodates the tent cities full of Central Americans wearing Biden t-shirts, so I'm pretty sure everyone is on the same team: the enemy.

    Replies: @Alden

    , @anon
    @Anon

    Africans are all over Tijuana too. They appear to be mostly French speaking very dark and thin Mali types.

    That is interesting. I wonder how much longer the Mexicans will tolerate them?

    Replies: @Almost Missouri

    , @Sick 'n Tired
    @Anon

    A lot of Haitians in Tijuana as well, trying to get across the border into the US.

  33. fnn says:
    @Lurker
    @Gordo

    As the Commandant General of the Marines made quite clear when the USMC were tasked with supporting border control by Trump. Protecting the border is not their job. I seem to remember a commenter here agreeing with him as well.

    Replies: @fnn, @The Alarmist, @SteveRogers42, @Reg Cæsar

    There was at least one Marine General who wasn’t morally defective: “I served in all commissioned ranks from second lieutenant to Major General. And during that period I spent most of my time being a high-class muscle man for Big Business, for Wall Street and for the bankers. In short, I was a racketeer for capitalism. I suspected I was just part of the racket all the time. Now I am sure of it.”

  34. @Anon
    @The Alarmist

    Well, they didn't swim here. At some point boats are involved. And somebody is financing those boats.

    Replies: @anon, @Anon7, @James Forrestal

    Maybe the cartels are having trouble getting local youth involved in the drug trade, and they need to bring in foreign labor. I’m sure many will be sent to the USofA as sales representatives. And complaints department clerks and collection agents.

  35. @Lurker
    @Gordo

    As the Commandant General of the Marines made quite clear when the USMC were tasked with supporting border control by Trump. Protecting the border is not their job. I seem to remember a commenter here agreeing with him as well.

    Replies: @fnn, @The Alarmist, @SteveRogers42, @Reg Cæsar

    Isn’t it funny how the War Department engaged in defensive operations on the border, e.g. chasing Pancho Villa back to Mexico, but the Department of Defense is almost purely an offensive endeavour.

    BTW, why is the US Coast Guard patrolling waters half-way around the world?

    • Replies: @Alden
    @The Alarmist

    Coast Guard needs to patrol the old shipyards in San Francisco where the container ships unload the illegals. $40,000 debt for a trip in a container with a hundred other people and a chemical toilet and slavery in a Chinese restaurant for the next 8 years. Or the Japanese crab boats that sail thousands of miles to steal crab and abalone 20 yards off American beaches.

    If China’s so great, why? Why? Please explain Mr Godfree Roberts.

    Replies: @anonymous coward

  36. A more apt headline would be “And So It Concludes.”

  37. @Gordo
    Seriously, what's the point of having armed forces when they don't even try to stop an invasion?

    Replies: @Charon, @Lurker, @Patrick in SC, @James Forrestal, @JohnnyWalker123, @James N. Kennett, @Dr. X, @anonymouseperson, @Rob McX

    What’s the point of having armed forces? For the U.S. it’s:

    1) military industrial complex/jobs program

    2) Israel

  38. @Anon
    Africans are all over Tijuana too. They appear to be mostly French speaking very dark and thin Mali types.

    90% male, but a few (usually pregnant or with new infant) young women too.

    No different than Chicago or Jamaica, they’re loud, they loiter a lot, and roam around in groups glaring at people and generally occupying public spaces.

    There are also a trend of rundown storefront businesses with no signs in the front full of Africans. There’s also nothing for sale and no cash registers, just cheap folding chairs, dirty couches, and card tables with Africans sitting on them.

    Replies: @petit bourgeois, @anon, @Sick 'n Tired

    Yeah the African problem in Tijuana is pretty bad, and I don’t understand why the locals put up with it.

    But then again, the Mexican government accommodates the tent cities full of Central Americans wearing Biden t-shirts, so I’m pretty sure everyone is on the same team: the enemy.

    • Replies: @Alden
    @petit bourgeois

    Who feeds clothes and shelters all those people? Soros? ADL? AJC? Lutherans? Catholics? Tyson and other food producers? California department of welfare?

  39. Africans need VISAs to fly to Mexico, but Mexico’s blackish neighbor Belize is more lax:

    At least Hatians require VISAs to Belize.

    • Replies: @Some Guy
    @Some Guy

    Nicaragua has VISA-on-arrival for much of Africa:

    https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/c/cf/Nicaragua%27s_visa_policy.png

    Supposedly requires:

    Round trip ticket either by air or other means of transportation that guarantees your departure from the country.
    The solvency or economic capacity by means of credit card, cash, traveler's check or have reference to persons or institutions that will be responsible for the expenses in the country for the stay of the foreigner.
    Hotel reservation or name and/or proof of the person or institution contact in Nicaragua.
    The consul must verify what the applicant says.

    However, it wouldn't be surprising if the consuls are sloppy or corrupt.

  40. I look forward to biden’s execution.

  41. Luckily we’re right on it.

    What’s important is that we hold the line against any of that transubstantiation nonsense and make sure hate has no home here.

    After all Home is where the Heart of Darkness is.

    • Replies: @anon
    @Desiderius

    You are babbling. Take a break and a chill pill.

    Replies: @Desiderius

    , @Hibernian
    @Desiderius

    Notice France and Belgium are the same shade of green as the UK, Germany, Switzerland and The Netherlands.

    , @JohnnyWalker123
    @Desiderius

    Other than France and Scandinavia, America is ahead of the rest of the EU.

  42. @JohnnyWalker123
    Israel is right next to Africa.

    How do they deal with African migration?

    Also, how do they deal with their ethnic minorities in general?

    Replies: @Colin Wright

    ‘Also, how do they deal with their ethnic minorities in general?’

    Not very well…

    One of those minorities became the majority and took over.

  43. Where are the cartels when you need them?

  44. @theMann
    Some helicopter gunships and a rapid reaction force, in six weeks there would never be another illegal crossing.....ever.

    Instead we will do nothing until critical mass in Urban areas is achieved, then it will get bad. Very bad.

    There is no future without violence, every bit of which could have been avoided, if not for the efforts of Democratic vote buyers, and Reoublican cheap labor specialists.

    Replies: @Beckow

    …if not for the efforts of Democratic vote buyers, and Reoublican cheap labor specialists.

    The ever-cheaper labor is a core capitalist value. It increases efficiency (productivity) and profits. The post-WWII decades with growing incomes was an anomaly caused by fear of socialism and unique US WWII isolation.

    Maximizing votes is what democracy is all about. You are barking up the wrong tree – what is happening is baked into the system, you can’t change it without addressing the system itself. As long as West worships productivity and entrepreneurship (=capitalism) nothing will change. The downward spiral has begun…they are coming.

    • Replies: @Craig Nelsen
    @Beckow


    The ever-cheaper labor is a core capitalist value. It increases efficiency (productivity) and profits. The post-WWII decades with growing incomes was an anomaly caused by fear of socialism and unique US WWII isolation.
     
    On the off chance you are being serious and actually believe fear of socialism and isolation can make a country rich, let me straighten you out. Between 1925 and 1965, there was very little immigration--even a brief period of net emigration. Now, since immigrants can be thought of as "labor," immigration can be thought of as a "supply of labor." That means when we restricted immigration in 1925, we restricted the supply of labor as well and, believe it or not, restricting the labor supply drives the cost of labor, sometimes referred to as "wages," up. Those who earn wages, or "wage earners," are just about everybody. There are a small number of non-wage earners. Examples of non-wage earners are prisoners and the very rich. The very rich in general pay wages. So, restricting immigration creates a large, stable, prosperous middle class with a low level of income inequality.

    Replies: @Beckow

  45. I think the mass movement of Africans into the US will kick off the hot civil war that has been brewing since at least Nov 2000.

    There will be too many losers in real estate. Yglesias and the other dude are not filled with love for the American nation (they are not Americans nor can they be in any sense) but they are filled with dread in their rapidly approaching zero dollar value properties. A dude like Yglesias may HATE HATE HATE White people and LARP as a person of color, but he cares most of all about his life savings which are now gone. And a tidal wave of Africans means most people are screwed. Magnify that by a 1000 as the Biden Regency dumps them all over the nation, and you get violent repression of people with nothing to lose by an illegitimate regime. Most people’s wealth is tied to their real estate holdings, mostly houses. Make them poor — make them enemies.

    CNN for some reason threw Biden under the bus revealing he canceled the State Dept. investigation into the Covid 19 origins. Now with even Fauci admitting its possible, he’s had to restart an investigation and says his intel analysts are half and half on the origin being a lab. That’s incoherent. And why did CNN do that?

    Most of Biden’s team is a bunch of clueless, White hating women. That’s who is running things. There are lots of White men locked out of everything by Floyd Worship and they don’t like it one bit.

    Dump 20 million Africans into the US, all of sudden you get black raiding parties into the suburbs as a daily basis and the balloon goes up as they say. Most Whites + Latinos against blacks and Asians and Upper Class Whites. A war like the Thirty Years War, one that goes on and on and just drags in every global player.

    Add to this 1970s Stagflation, constant shortages, anti-Whiteness turned up to Rwandan levels, and gun bans and confiscation (the ATF head wants to ban the AR-15, the only reason to do so is to round up Whites into camps.)

  46. @Some Guy
    Africans need VISAs to fly to Mexico, but Mexico's blackish neighbor Belize is more lax:

    https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/c/c2/Visa_policy_of_Belize.png

    At least Hatians require VISAs to Belize.

    Replies: @Some Guy

    Nicaragua has VISA-on-arrival for much of Africa:

    Supposedly requires:

    Round trip ticket either by air or other means of transportation that guarantees your departure from the country.
    The solvency or economic capacity by means of credit card, cash, traveler’s check or have reference to persons or institutions that will be responsible for the expenses in the country for the stay of the foreigner.
    Hotel reservation or name and/or proof of the person or institution contact in Nicaragua.
    The consul must verify what the applicant says.

    However, it wouldn’t be surprising if the consuls are sloppy or corrupt.

  47. @anon
    @Anon

    Well, they didn’t swim here.

    True. Lemme explain it to you in a Boomer-tune.

    Ya don't need boats when there is a...

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

    Replies: @AndrewR

    Transport by sea is always cheaper than transport by big ol’ jet airliners. Has anyone bothered to investigate how these Africans are crossing the ocean?

    • Replies: @AnotherDad
    @AndrewR


    Transport by sea is always cheaper than transport by big ol’ jet airliners. Has anyone bothered to investigate how these Africans are crossing the ocean?
     
    Ton-mile sure.

    But any sort of decent accomodation--no. You have to transport a room--plus the food and water used in the journey--not just a seat and a bit of the airframe. Now shipping container ...

    I agree, be interesting to know if cargo ships are dumping containers of Africans in some Central American port.

    But the best bet is ... they're just flying. Then you get to the border, claim asylum, get a job ... send back the money to your family ... who can decide to send the next one. Airfare is actually ridiculously cheap compared to income. Easier to finance then the steamer passage of years gone by.

    If this isn't stopped ...

    Replies: @Rob McX, @anonymous coward

    , @anon
    @AndrewR

    Transport by sea is always cheaper than transport by big ol’ jet airliners.

    Cheaper in what sense? Are there a lot of container ships loading up in West Africa, bound for coastal Central America?

    Has anyone bothered to investigate how these Africans are crossing the ocean?

    Probably. You could do that, if you wanted to. But would the facts make any difference to your opinion?

    Replies: @AndrewR

  48. Boy, i’m so glad i got my Paul Ryan tax cut instead of Trump’s stupid Wall.

    • LOL: Rosie
  49. @AndrewR
    @anon

    Transport by sea is always cheaper than transport by big ol' jet airliners. Has anyone bothered to investigate how these Africans are crossing the ocean?

    Replies: @AnotherDad, @anon

    Transport by sea is always cheaper than transport by big ol’ jet airliners. Has anyone bothered to investigate how these Africans are crossing the ocean?

    Ton-mile sure.

    But any sort of decent accomodation–no. You have to transport a room–plus the food and water used in the journey–not just a seat and a bit of the airframe. Now shipping container …

    I agree, be interesting to know if cargo ships are dumping containers of Africans in some Central American port.

    But the best bet is … they’re just flying. Then you get to the border, claim asylum, get a job … send back the money to your family … who can decide to send the next one. Airfare is actually ridiculously cheap compared to income. Easier to finance then the steamer passage of years gone by.

    If this isn’t stopped …

    • Agree: Some Guy
    • Replies: @Rob McX
    @AnotherDad

    When I see all those boatloads of struggling migrants seeking a better life, I think, "Where's the Titanic when you need it?"

    , @anonymous coward
    @AnotherDad


    claim asylum
     
    It doesn't work that way unless someone corrupt way up high in the chain of command is making it happen.

    Replies: @anon

  50. @Desiderius
    Luckily we’re right on it.

    https://twitter.com/LinaArabii/status/1397507237149556736?s=20

    What’s important is that we hold the line against any of that transubstantiation nonsense and make sure hate has no home here.

    After all Home is where the Heart of Darkness is.

    Replies: @anon, @Hibernian, @JohnnyWalker123

    You are babbling. Take a break and a chill pill.

    • Replies: @Desiderius
    @anon

    (a) no

    (b) a dis-integrated populace is a defenseless populace and defenselessness invites those intent on harshing your mellow.

    Traditional integration took place across time (the family) and space (the church). You hear only babbling because you’re willfully ignorant. Will something better.

    Replies: @anon

  51. anon[344] • Disclaimer says:
    @AndrewR
    @anon

    Transport by sea is always cheaper than transport by big ol' jet airliners. Has anyone bothered to investigate how these Africans are crossing the ocean?

    Replies: @AnotherDad, @anon

    Transport by sea is always cheaper than transport by big ol’ jet airliners.

    Cheaper in what sense? Are there a lot of container ships loading up in West Africa, bound for coastal Central America?

    Has anyone bothered to investigate how these Africans are crossing the ocean?

    Probably. You could do that, if you wanted to. But would the facts make any difference to your opinion?

    • Replies: @AndrewR
    @anon


    Are there a lot of container ships loading up in West Africa, bound for coastal Central America?
     
    You tell us, Sherlock.

    But would the facts make any difference to your opinion?
     
    I don't really have an opinion on how they got there.

    Replies: @anon

  52. @Anon
    Africans are all over Tijuana too. They appear to be mostly French speaking very dark and thin Mali types.

    90% male, but a few (usually pregnant or with new infant) young women too.

    No different than Chicago or Jamaica, they’re loud, they loiter a lot, and roam around in groups glaring at people and generally occupying public spaces.

    There are also a trend of rundown storefront businesses with no signs in the front full of Africans. There’s also nothing for sale and no cash registers, just cheap folding chairs, dirty couches, and card tables with Africans sitting on them.

    Replies: @petit bourgeois, @anon, @Sick 'n Tired

    Africans are all over Tijuana too. They appear to be mostly French speaking very dark and thin Mali types.

    That is interesting. I wonder how much longer the Mexicans will tolerate them?

    • Replies: @Almost Missouri
    @anon


    I wonder how much longer the Mexicans will tolerate them?
     
    Long enough to pass them on to us.

    Replies: @anon

  53. @Reg Cæsar
    Practically nobody in Africa speaks Spanish. Even in Equatorial Guinea and Western Sahara. Lusophones might handle it easily, but are these folks from Angola or Mozambique?

    On the other hand, millions of Mexican natives don't speak any Spanish, either. So apparently one can get along without it.


    https://theculturetrip.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/12/mesoamericanlanguages.png


    Blacks in Central America are bilingual in English and Spanish. Perhaps these Africans are trying to pass?

    Replies: @Anon, @RichardTaylor

    Reg, looks like you’re gonna have to White Flight yet again! You thought you’d found a permanent locale. Oh well, you’re used to running. Not you’re fault, you’re just a scared rabbit running from official government anti-White polcies.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    @RichardTaylor

    Go to bed, Corv.

  54. @Almost Missouri
    @Jonathan Mason


    You would have thought that the United States could bring pressure to bear on allies in South and Central America not to allow entry to people arriving from Africa on one-way tickets, and to the airlines that transport them.
     
    That possibility ended January 20th, 2021.

    It's Planet of the Apes now.

    Replies: @SteveRogers42

    Old but gold:

  55. @Lurker
    @Gordo

    As the Commandant General of the Marines made quite clear when the USMC were tasked with supporting border control by Trump. Protecting the border is not their job. I seem to remember a commenter here agreeing with him as well.

    Replies: @fnn, @The Alarmist, @SteveRogers42, @Reg Cæsar

    Shameful.

  56. @Desiderius
    Luckily we’re right on it.

    https://twitter.com/LinaArabii/status/1397507237149556736?s=20

    What’s important is that we hold the line against any of that transubstantiation nonsense and make sure hate has no home here.

    After all Home is where the Heart of Darkness is.

    Replies: @anon, @Hibernian, @JohnnyWalker123

    Notice France and Belgium are the same shade of green as the UK, Germany, Switzerland and The Netherlands.

  57. @anon
    @AndrewR

    Transport by sea is always cheaper than transport by big ol’ jet airliners.

    Cheaper in what sense? Are there a lot of container ships loading up in West Africa, bound for coastal Central America?

    Has anyone bothered to investigate how these Africans are crossing the ocean?

    Probably. You could do that, if you wanted to. But would the facts make any difference to your opinion?

    Replies: @AndrewR

    Are there a lot of container ships loading up in West Africa, bound for coastal Central America?

    You tell us, Sherlock.

    But would the facts make any difference to your opinion?

    I don’t really have an opinion on how they got there.

    • Replies: @anon
    @AndrewR


    Are there a lot of container ships loading up in West Africa, bound for coastal Central America?
     
    You tell us, Sherlock.

    Nope. It's your little fantasy, you back it up with facts, or slink away pretending you never said anything like it. I believe the latter course is your standard escape route, isn't it?

    But would the facts make any difference to your opinion?
     
    I don’t really have an opinion on how they got there.

    Pathetic. First you're all about "muh shipping is cheaper than uh airliner!", and now this.

    Lol @ your weak sauce trolling.
  58. @Anon
    Africans are all over Tijuana too. They appear to be mostly French speaking very dark and thin Mali types.

    90% male, but a few (usually pregnant or with new infant) young women too.

    No different than Chicago or Jamaica, they’re loud, they loiter a lot, and roam around in groups glaring at people and generally occupying public spaces.

    There are also a trend of rundown storefront businesses with no signs in the front full of Africans. There’s also nothing for sale and no cash registers, just cheap folding chairs, dirty couches, and card tables with Africans sitting on them.

    Replies: @petit bourgeois, @anon, @Sick 'n Tired

    A lot of Haitians in Tijuana as well, trying to get across the border into the US.

  59. @Gordo
    Seriously, what's the point of having armed forces when they don't even try to stop an invasion?

    Replies: @Charon, @Lurker, @Patrick in SC, @James Forrestal, @JohnnyWalker123, @James N. Kennett, @Dr. X, @anonymouseperson, @Rob McX

    Seriously, what’s the point of having armed forces when they don’t even try to stop an invasion?

    Now to you and me, that’s obviously a rhetorical question. But to the ethnonarcissists at the Sulzberger Blog, the answer is self-evident — the American goyim not only don’t care about protecting their own country; they’re actively opposed to doing so. But fighting wars for Israel? That’s another story:

    Clearly, your olam needs a little more tikkuning.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    @James Forrestal

    That wretched cartoon uses the inaccurate and insulting "midterms". They don't have respect for, or even the slightest grasp of, constitutional processes.

  60. @anon
    @Anon

    Africans are all over Tijuana too. They appear to be mostly French speaking very dark and thin Mali types.

    That is interesting. I wonder how much longer the Mexicans will tolerate them?

    Replies: @Almost Missouri

    I wonder how much longer the Mexicans will tolerate them?

    Long enough to pass them on to us.

    • Replies: @anon
    @Almost Missouri

    One of the features of Bad Orange Man's "stay in Mexico" policy was the quality time Mexicans got to have with their Central American cousins. This resulted in some of the government centers in places like Tijuana becoming stricter about who could stay for how long, and what would happen if they started trying to prey on the locals. There were even some deportations - all the way back to Guatamala / Honduras.

    Of course now that policy is at least diluted, and therefore Africans won't be hanging around Tijuana long enough to wear out their welcome - maybe. But to the average Cuckservative any amount of damage to the country is OK as long as Trump isn't on Fakebook or Tweeter. David French and Jonah Goldberg and Evan McMullen told them so, it must be true.

  61. anon[531] • Disclaimer says:
    @AndrewR
    @anon


    Are there a lot of container ships loading up in West Africa, bound for coastal Central America?
     
    You tell us, Sherlock.

    But would the facts make any difference to your opinion?
     
    I don't really have an opinion on how they got there.

    Replies: @anon

    Are there a lot of container ships loading up in West Africa, bound for coastal Central America?

    You tell us, Sherlock.

    Nope. It’s your little fantasy, you back it up with facts, or slink away pretending you never said anything like it. I believe the latter course is your standard escape route, isn’t it?

    But would the facts make any difference to your opinion?

    I don’t really have an opinion on how they got there.

    Pathetic. First you’re all about “muh shipping is cheaper than uh airliner!”, and now this.

    Lol @ your weak sauce trolling.

  62. anon[531] • Disclaimer says:
    @Almost Missouri
    @anon


    I wonder how much longer the Mexicans will tolerate them?
     
    Long enough to pass them on to us.

    Replies: @anon

    One of the features of Bad Orange Man’s “stay in Mexico” policy was the quality time Mexicans got to have with their Central American cousins. This resulted in some of the government centers in places like Tijuana becoming stricter about who could stay for how long, and what would happen if they started trying to prey on the locals. There were even some deportations – all the way back to Guatamala / Honduras.

    Of course now that policy is at least diluted, and therefore Africans won’t be hanging around Tijuana long enough to wear out their welcome – maybe. But to the average Cuckservative any amount of damage to the country is OK as long as Trump isn’t on Fakebook or Tweeter. David French and Jonah Goldberg and Evan McMullen told them so, it must be true.

  63. @Gordo
    Seriously, what's the point of having armed forces when they don't even try to stop an invasion?

    Replies: @Charon, @Lurker, @Patrick in SC, @James Forrestal, @JohnnyWalker123, @James N. Kennett, @Dr. X, @anonymouseperson, @Rob McX

    Um, to fight wars in the Middle East.

    • Replies: @Desiderius
    @JohnnyWalker123

    They have to plans for some closer to home.

  64. I suspect that relaxed attitudes towards the influxes would change sharply were groups of volunteers to arrange “assimilation visits” to some tony places: vibrant people milling around Flushing Meadows, Augusta, Epsom (UK Derby), Royal Ascot, Henley Regatta, Aspen, the Hamptons, Malibu &c might be fun. Not to mention private residences of immigration advocates during the Christmas period.

    “Go on in, you’ll be welcome.”

    • Replies: @photondancer
    @Cortes

    The basic idea is good but you'd have to arrange for them to stay in these locales for some time. Anybody can put up with a nuisance for a few hours or days. Patience starts to wear thin after 6 months, however.

  65. @anon
    @Desiderius

    You are babbling. Take a break and a chill pill.

    Replies: @Desiderius

    (a) no

    (b) a dis-integrated populace is a defenseless populace and defenselessness invites those intent on harshing your mellow.

    Traditional integration took place across time (the family) and space (the church). You hear only babbling because you’re willfully ignorant. Will something better.

    • Replies: @anon
    @Desiderius

    (a) no

    Yes.

    You are throwing up semi random collections of off topic tweets in what appears to be an obvious attempt to get moar attention for your very smarty self. Take a break and a chill pill. Think more, emote less.

    You hear only babbling because you’re willfully ignorant.

    Are you a god, or just LARPing as one inside your head?

    smh

  66. Well at least now we know why Madame Blowjob refuses to go anywhere near the border, at least until the critical mass of cannibal hordes thins out and becomes Texas and Arizona’s problem. After all, an inopportune flat tire and she might become curry chicken surprise.

    Vice President Kamala Harris on Wednesday said that her long-awaited trip to Mexico and Central America as migration czar will finally happen on June 7-8.

    President Biden appointed Harris in March as his point person on stemming a migrant crisis along the US-Mexico border, but she has faced sustained Republican criticism over her lack of relevant travel.

    “Currently, the plan is for me to travel to Mexico and Guatemala on June 7 and 8. And I’m very much looking forward to that trip,” Harris told reporters during a trip to Rhode Island.

    Any early odds on this trip being postponed? How does 3-1 sound?

  67. Rob says:

    I do not want credit or anything, but I am more or less sure that I came up with the toilet paper economic growth example, if I did not, it is still a fantastic way to emphasize that not all growth is good. Also, our capitalist elite are not pushing us bravely to a bright transhuman future, where all our needs are supplied by a self-reproducing von Neumann robots. The people who own the economy want cheap servants and bling, they want most of us poor.

    If Africans are invading through Mexico, we can at least hope that Biden will quietly follow a Trumpian strategy of getting Mexico to keep Africans out. Visa exit controls, limited visas that approve their presence only far from the border.

    I hear that Mexicans, despite being so similar to Guatemalans, Nicaraguans, et al , are very racist towards them when they try to sneak through Mexico. Perhaps the Mexicans can be equally or racist towards Africans? Mexico is a little black by ancestry, but their DNA has merged with la raza cósmica, and no one looks particularly African. They are less black than America is (making their crazy high murder rate much more impressive) so they are unused to the antics of BYMs, and may react negatively.

    [MORE]

    Can you imagine if the teenage veterans of the Congo war got here in large numbers? I’ll bet they are better shots than American blacks. They will may make the Sudanese Lost Boys look like Eagle Scouts.

    When Western nations signed all those humanitarian treaties after World War II, the ‘smart’ people in charge thought that the freed colonies would develop and industrialize. After all, the Europeans had been civilizing them for decades. Much like technology, people can only adopt cultural traits that they could have developed themselves. Perhaps some populations are more creative than others, but if aliens came in 1800 and gave us some computers, we would probably not have been able to develop silicon chips. If the aliens gave us some processors in 1950, we could have figured out how to make (lower capacity) chips ourselves. The Africans were shown how to live with laws, then-modern economics, and Western technology. Look at third world constitutions sometime. They are fantastic things. They look a lot like ours. They guarantee lots of rights to everyone, representative democracy for the nation… but third world nations could not adopt modernity. They are not modern peoples.

    The international humanitarian treaties force countries to take refugees, but by our standards, the third world is in constant crisis. Their economies are terrible. They manufacture very little in Africa. Most of what they can trade is raw materials, produced by unproductive labor with little physical capital. Why do they have such a labor glut? Because the West vaccinates them (a technology they could not develop on their own) against many diseases, then they have the huge families they have always wanted. So there’s a labor glut. The US refuses to fund family planning, because muh abortion. It would not do much good, they like having lots of kids.

    Property is not secure in Africa, the government will confiscate it. So no one invests in anything. The coltan mining is done by half-starved children using shovels and buckets. Africa is doing fairly well right now, but that is mostly because of Chinese demand for raw material. The wealth generated by trade does not go into development, it goes into producing more Africans.

    Given the birth rate of current Africans, the inevitability of white flight from any school full of lumpenproletariat Africans, and the low white birthdate means African kids will go to school with other Africans and US blacks. They will not assimilate. Likely, Africans are not smart enough to adopt modern culture in anything but a cargo cult manner.

    Maybe there will be an economic downturn. Pray to God or just scream into the void that Soros does not try to import from the African masses.

  68. @Gordo
    Seriously, what's the point of having armed forces when they don't even try to stop an invasion?

    Replies: @Charon, @Lurker, @Patrick in SC, @James Forrestal, @JohnnyWalker123, @James N. Kennett, @Dr. X, @anonymouseperson, @Rob McX

    Seriously, what’s the point of having armed forces when they don’t even try to stop an invasion?

    Revisionist historians tell us that the Anglo-Saxons, and even the Danes, did not invade Britain, they simply settled here. Tales of rape and pillage have been greatly exaggerated.

    So it is today. The “migrants” are not invaders, because they are not getting into the country by force of arms, still less by military victory; what they are is settlers or colonists. However, in 200 years’ time the distinction will be moot.

    Of course the armed forces should repel the settlers, and send them to a prison colony in a friendly African country. The military likes to boast that they are agile, that they are flexible in adapting to new threats, and so on – but this only seems to apply if there is a boondoggle for contractors and suppliers. The grunt work of keeping unwelcome and unwanted colonists out of our countries doesn’t appeal to them, or to the politicians who direct them.

    • Agree: Gordo
  69. @Desiderius
    Luckily we’re right on it.

    https://twitter.com/LinaArabii/status/1397507237149556736?s=20

    What’s important is that we hold the line against any of that transubstantiation nonsense and make sure hate has no home here.

    After all Home is where the Heart of Darkness is.

    Replies: @anon, @Hibernian, @JohnnyWalker123

    Other than France and Scandinavia, America is ahead of the rest of the EU.

  70. anon[412] • Disclaimer says:
    @Desiderius
    @anon

    (a) no

    (b) a dis-integrated populace is a defenseless populace and defenselessness invites those intent on harshing your mellow.

    Traditional integration took place across time (the family) and space (the church). You hear only babbling because you’re willfully ignorant. Will something better.

    Replies: @anon

    (a) no

    Yes.

    You are throwing up semi random collections of off topic tweets in what appears to be an obvious attempt to get moar attention for your very smarty self. Take a break and a chill pill. Think more, emote less.

    You hear only babbling because you’re willfully ignorant.

    Are you a god, or just LARPing as one inside your head?

    smh

  71. @Gordo
    Seriously, what's the point of having armed forces when they don't even try to stop an invasion?

    Replies: @Charon, @Lurker, @Patrick in SC, @James Forrestal, @JohnnyWalker123, @James N. Kennett, @Dr. X, @anonymouseperson, @Rob McX

    To defend Israel.

  72. @JohnnyWalker123
    @Gordo

    Um, to fight wars in the Middle East.

    Replies: @Desiderius

    They have to plans for some closer to home.

  73. How they got there? You cannot row your way through the entire Atlantic Ocean and the average African can’t pay a transatlantic flight to the Americas. Surely someone (Soros and his ilk?) has been paying for this.

  74. @Anonymous
    If you don't like it, throw your computer out the window and get your community breeding immediately. Not tomorrow, not next week, not in 30 years; get every female pregnant right now. The mandatory mininum TFR is 20 children per lifetime for every reproductive female.


    You're not banning immigration, not stopping African births, and not getting a government. So you must now do all that you can do, get your women breeding now without any type of argument or discussion of any kind.


    I repeat, no discussions. Throw your computer out the window right now if you're not a cuck. Anyone who responds to this is an impotent cuck or a loser woman. Chuck your computer through the window and dive roll out there with clenched fists and a strut of determination. You're about to become the system's worst nightmare.

    Replies: @Daniel Williams, @CapaNiccaToday

    blah blah blah

    If I have roaches in my house, should my wife and I have three million more children to compete with their numbers?

    Obviously the solution to my problem is to lower the number of roaches, ideally to zero.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    @Daniel Williams

    Because you can legally and easily kill the roaches, yes. Can't do that with humans.

    Replies: @Spect3r

  75. Pay the Mexicans or Central Americans to round them up and deport them….

  76. @Cortes
    I suspect that relaxed attitudes towards the influxes would change sharply were groups of volunteers to arrange “assimilation visits” to some tony places: vibrant people milling around Flushing Meadows, Augusta, Epsom (UK Derby), Royal Ascot, Henley Regatta, Aspen, the Hamptons, Malibu &c might be fun. Not to mention private residences of immigration advocates during the Christmas period.

    “Go on in, you’ll be welcome.”

    Replies: @photondancer

    The basic idea is good but you’d have to arrange for them to stay in these locales for some time. Anybody can put up with a nuisance for a few hours or days. Patience starts to wear thin after 6 months, however.

  77. @Lurker
    @Gordo

    As the Commandant General of the Marines made quite clear when the USMC were tasked with supporting border control by Trump. Protecting the border is not their job. I seem to remember a commenter here agreeing with him as well.

    Replies: @fnn, @The Alarmist, @SteveRogers42, @Reg Cæsar

    As the Commandant General of the Marines made quite clear when the USMC were tasked with supporting border control by Trump. Protecting the border is not their job. I seem to remember a commenter here agreeing with him as well.

    The fundamental problem with the US Marines is that if they’re involved, we probably shouldn’t be.

    Today, that guidance underscores the Marine Corps’ efforts to rebalance the force and ensure that America has a forward deployed, self-sustained, amphibious capability able to respond to crises around the world.

    https://www.hqmc.marines.mil/e2o/Mission-Vision/

    • Replies: @James Forrestal
    @Reg Cæsar


    The fundamental problem with the US Marines is that if they’re involved, we probably shouldn’t be.
     
    Well, freeing American slaves from the Barbary slavers was probably a good idea:

    https://infogalactic.com/info/First_Barbary_War
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_Derna_(1805)
    https://kentuckymarines.org/legend/legends/presley-n-obannon/
    https://www.history.navy.mil/research/library/online-reading-room/title-list-alphabetically/b/battle-of-derna-27-april-1805-selected-naval-documents.html

    But yeah, a lot of other foreign interventions for which the Marines might be utilized seem... less justified.
  78. @Muggles
    I understand Delaware is a popular destination for African migrants.

    Papa Joe and all...

    Replies: @Rob McX

    I understand Delaware is a popular destination for African migrants.

    That’s because they want to register their rocket science/cancer cure/cold fusion companies there.

    • LOL: Spect3r
  79. @Guest29048
    (Not about migration to the US, but relevant)

    https://pictures.abebooks.com/inventory/md/md30302975904.jpg

    Replies: @gent

    Africa is not fucking “young.” Africa is subspecies wide senility.

  80. @AnotherDad
    @AndrewR


    Transport by sea is always cheaper than transport by big ol’ jet airliners. Has anyone bothered to investigate how these Africans are crossing the ocean?
     
    Ton-mile sure.

    But any sort of decent accomodation--no. You have to transport a room--plus the food and water used in the journey--not just a seat and a bit of the airframe. Now shipping container ...

    I agree, be interesting to know if cargo ships are dumping containers of Africans in some Central American port.

    But the best bet is ... they're just flying. Then you get to the border, claim asylum, get a job ... send back the money to your family ... who can decide to send the next one. Airfare is actually ridiculously cheap compared to income. Easier to finance then the steamer passage of years gone by.

    If this isn't stopped ...

    Replies: @Rob McX, @anonymous coward

    When I see all those boatloads of struggling migrants seeking a better life, I think, “Where’s the Titanic when you need it?”

  81. @Gordo
    Seriously, what's the point of having armed forces when they don't even try to stop an invasion?

    Replies: @Charon, @Lurker, @Patrick in SC, @James Forrestal, @JohnnyWalker123, @James N. Kennett, @Dr. X, @anonymouseperson, @Rob McX

    Absolutely.

  82. @Reg Cæsar
    @Lurker


    As the Commandant General of the Marines made quite clear when the USMC were tasked with supporting border control by Trump. Protecting the border is not their job. I seem to remember a commenter here agreeing with him as well.
     
    The fundamental problem with the US Marines is that if they're involved, we probably shouldn't be.

    Today, that guidance underscores the Marine Corps' efforts to rebalance the force and ensure that America has a forward deployed, self-sustained, amphibious capability able to respond to crises around the world.

    https://www.hqmc.marines.mil/e2o/Mission-Vision/
     

    Replies: @James Forrestal

    The fundamental problem with the US Marines is that if they’re involved, we probably shouldn’t be.

    Well, freeing American slaves from the Barbary slavers was probably a good idea:

    https://infogalactic.com/info/First_Barbary_War
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_Derna_(1805)
    https://kentuckymarines.org/legend/legends/presley-n-obannon/
    https://www.history.navy.mil/research/library/online-reading-room/title-list-alphabetically/b/battle-of-derna-27-april-1805-selected-naval-documents.html

    But yeah, a lot of other foreign interventions for which the Marines might be utilized seem… less justified.

  83. Anon[130] • Disclaimer says:

    Dear Mr. Chapin,

    As we say on the Internet, “Pictures, please,” or in chat, “Pix or it didn’t happen.”

    It’s not so much that I think you’re lying, although you may be FOAFing. Rather, if you want to help, posting a comment on the Ron Unz Mixed Nuts site is not the way to do it. Take some photos, or better yet, some video. Start up a friendly conversation with a Congo Boy, and at least record the audio. Post this with dates and places and background information. Don’t say there are hundreds; show hundreds. You can sample a photo every minute or five at one intersection, for example.

  84. The white man’s epitaph: “Numbers were of the essence.”

  85. @Anon
    @The Alarmist

    Well, they didn't swim here. At some point boats are involved. And somebody is financing those boats.

    Replies: @anon, @Anon7, @James Forrestal

    Well, they didn’t swim here. At some point boats are involved.

    As anon[104] said, it’s more likely to be planes.

    And somebody is financing those boats.

    Funny you should mention that. Remember the whole concept of “microfinance”, which got a fair amount of promotion and a fairly positive media image over the past couple of decades? “Encouraging entrepreneurship” and “empowering wahmen” in the T̶h̶i̶r̶d̶ ̶W̶o̶r̶l̶d̶ u̶n̶d̶e̶r̶d̶e̶v̶e̶l̶o̶p̶e̶d̶ ̶c̶o̶u̶n̶t̶r̶i̶e̶s̶ the “Global South” and so forth?

    Turns out a lot of that micro-usury went to financing, not local businesses, but a plane ticket to the US or Europe — or to pay a “coyote” to get the debtor from Guatemala to El Norte.

    So who’s financing this scheme again? From the WaPo piece above:
    In Guatemala, lenders that were supported by USAID and the World Bank are now funding illegal migration

    Your tax dollars at work, goy.

    And of course, the collateral for these loans is typically the family home, and they’re counting on remittances to make the payments, so if they get don’t make it across, it’s either lose the house, or go deeper in debt and try again…

    And if there are private financial institutions involved in these operations, they have an obvious incentive to lobby for open borders — so that they get their shekels back.

    I haven’t seen any specific data on Africa, but it’s likely the same sort of scam. Cambodia, etc.:

    https://www.migrationpolicy.org/article/growing-linkages-between-migration-and-microfinance

    • Replies: @Retarded Libertarian
    @James Forrestal

    In Guatemala, lenders that were supported by USAID and the World Bank are now funding illegal migration

    Free market! Wee! Free Market!

    Muh FREE MARKET!

  86. @James Forrestal
    @Anon


    Well, they didn’t swim here. At some point boats are involved.
     
    As anon[104] said, it's more likely to be planes.

    And somebody is financing those boats.
     
    Funny you should mention that. Remember the whole concept of "microfinance", which got a fair amount of promotion and a fairly positive media image over the past couple of decades? "Encouraging entrepreneurship" and "empowering wahmen" in the T̶h̶i̶r̶d̶ ̶W̶o̶r̶l̶d̶ u̶n̶d̶e̶r̶d̶e̶v̶e̶l̶o̶p̶e̶d̶ ̶c̶o̶u̶n̶t̶r̶i̶e̶s̶ the "Global South" and so forth?

    Turns out a lot of that micro-usury went to financing, not local businesses, but a plane ticket to the US or Europe -- or to pay a "coyote" to get the debtor from Guatemala to El Norte.

    So who's financing this scheme again? From the WaPo piece above:
    In Guatemala, lenders that were supported by USAID and the World Bank are now funding illegal migration

    Your tax dollars at work, goy.

    And of course, the collateral for these loans is typically the family home, and they're counting on remittances to make the payments, so if they get don't make it across, it's either lose the house, or go deeper in debt and try again...

    And if there are private financial institutions involved in these operations, they have an obvious incentive to lobby for open borders -- so that they get their shekels back.

    I haven't seen any specific data on Africa, but it's likely the same sort of scam. Cambodia, etc.:

    https://www.migrationpolicy.org/article/growing-linkages-between-migration-and-microfinance

    Replies: @Retarded Libertarian

    In Guatemala, lenders that were supported by USAID and the World Bank are now funding illegal migration

    Free market! Wee! Free Market!

    Muh FREE MARKET!

  87. @RichardTaylor
    @Reg Cæsar

    Reg, looks like you're gonna have to White Flight yet again! You thought you'd found a permanent locale. Oh well, you're used to running. Not you're fault, you're just a scared rabbit running from official government anti-White polcies.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0dB6MQlFLu8

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    Go to bed, Corv.

  88. @James Forrestal
    @Gordo


    Seriously, what’s the point of having armed forces when they don’t even try to stop an invasion?
     
    Now to you and me, that's obviously a rhetorical question. But to the ethnonarcissists at the Sulzberger Blog, the answer is self-evident -- the American goyim not only don't care about protecting their own country; they're actively opposed to doing so. But fighting wars for Israel? That's another story:

    https://twitter.com/nytopinion/status/1058146136807096320

    Clearly, your olam needs a little more tikkuning.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    That wretched cartoon uses the inaccurate and insulting “midterms”. They don’t have respect for, or even the slightest grasp of, constitutional processes.

  89. The fact that Frankenstein’s Muslim Monsters have started attacking jews over Israel (the ingratitude, we allowed you in to attack them!) may see a seachange in attitude to these arrivals.
    I confidently expect legal (muslim) immigration from the middle east to plummet if Frankenstein’s monsters continue to chastise jews here for what they’re doing over there.

  90. Anonymous[336] • Disclaimer says:
    @Daniel Williams
    @Anonymous


    blah blah blah
     
    If I have roaches in my house, should my wife and I have three million more children to compete with their numbers?

    Obviously the solution to my problem is to lower the number of roaches, ideally to zero.

    Replies: @Anonymous

    Because you can legally and easily kill the roaches, yes. Can’t do that with humans.

    • Replies: @Spect3r
    @Anonymous

    Maybe not legally, but easily? Oh that is for sure possible.

    Replies: @Anonymous

  91. @Gordo
    Seriously, what's the point of having armed forces when they don't even try to stop an invasion?

    Replies: @Charon, @Lurker, @Patrick in SC, @James Forrestal, @JohnnyWalker123, @James N. Kennett, @Dr. X, @anonymouseperson, @Rob McX

    They do stop invasions – just not of the US.

  92. @Tiny Duck
    What are you guys so scared of? white "men" commit the most violence

    https://www.sfchronicle.com/crime/article/Mass-shooting-in-San-Jose-What-we-know-so-far-16204689.php


    Oh, and white girls will love having a smorgasbord of Black Men to give them a happy smile!

    Replies: @Spect3r

    Tiny, we missed you 🙂

  93. @Anonymous
    @Daniel Williams

    Because you can legally and easily kill the roaches, yes. Can't do that with humans.

    Replies: @Spect3r

    Maybe not legally, but easily? Oh that is for sure possible.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    @Spect3r

    No, it isn't. The genocides of modern history ( in which multiple millions are murdered ) required sophisticated state organization and monumental efforts of willpower by men of a restless nature.


    Republicans can't even get off their fat asses to build a simple wall or bridge, or keep young people for fleeing ther homes. You can't even get Americans to care enough about things that are explicitly burdensome to them, like their debts or the outrageous price of housing in America. Now imagine not only capturing the hundreds of millions of nonwhites in North America, but killing them and disposing of them, with public participation.


    You can't do it, fatso. You are too idle, mentally as well as physically.

  94. The decline in White fertility began decades ago , but has dropped another 12% over the last decade. This chart is what Americans should be concerned with at the moment. The number of fertile whites is plummeting. There will not be many whites left in a few years. When America is majority non-white the borders will be secured and Africans will be kept out of America when the majority of Americans are non-white.

  95. End the welfare magnet.

    Then foreign-born tax leeches will stop coming here. US-born leeches will go back to whatever s*hole country their great/*/parents fled from.

    It’s just ridiculous how a NY’er can land in FL and instantly become entitled to all sorts of taxpayer provided “freebies” there, such as public education and county hospitals.

    What’s with this exception for in-state tuition at Gainesville?

    • Replies: @anon
    @Abolish_public_education

    End the welfare magnet.

    Yawn.

  96. @Abolish_public_education
    End the welfare magnet.

    Then foreign-born tax leeches will stop coming here. US-born leeches will go back to whatever s*hole country their great/*/parents fled from.

    It's just ridiculous how a NY'er can land in FL and instantly become entitled to all sorts of taxpayer provided "freebies" there, such as public education and county hospitals.

    What's with this exception for in-state tuition at Gainesville?

    Replies: @anon

    End the welfare magnet.

    Yawn.

  97. Anonymous[714] • Disclaimer says:
    @Spect3r
    @Anonymous

    Maybe not legally, but easily? Oh that is for sure possible.

    Replies: @Anonymous

    No, it isn’t. The genocides of modern history ( in which multiple millions are murdered ) required sophisticated state organization and monumental efforts of willpower by men of a restless nature.

    Republicans can’t even get off their fat asses to build a simple wall or bridge, or keep young people for fleeing ther homes. You can’t even get Americans to care enough about things that are explicitly burdensome to them, like their debts or the outrageous price of housing in America. Now imagine not only capturing the hundreds of millions of nonwhites in North America, but killing them and disposing of them, with public participation.

    You can’t do it, fatso. You are too idle, mentally as well as physically.

  98. @The Alarmist
    @Lurker

    Isn’t it funny how the War Department engaged in defensive operations on the border, e.g. chasing Pancho Villa back to Mexico, but the Department of Defense is almost purely an offensive endeavour.

    BTW, why is the US Coast Guard patrolling waters half-way around the world?

    Replies: @Alden

    Coast Guard needs to patrol the old shipyards in San Francisco where the container ships unload the illegals. $40,000 debt for a trip in a container with a hundred other people and a chemical toilet and slavery in a Chinese restaurant for the next 8 years. Or the Japanese crab boats that sail thousands of miles to steal crab and abalone 20 yards off American beaches.

    If China’s so great, why? Why? Please explain Mr Godfree Roberts.

    • Replies: @anonymous coward
    @Alden


    If China’s so great, why? Why? Please explain Mr Godfree Roberts.
     
    American organized crime is making it happen.

    There are no Chinese deadbeat immigrants in Russia despite having an open border with China. (Because both sides are actually watching that open border carefully.)
  99. @petit bourgeois
    @Anon

    Yeah the African problem in Tijuana is pretty bad, and I don't understand why the locals put up with it.

    But then again, the Mexican government accommodates the tent cities full of Central Americans wearing Biden t-shirts, so I'm pretty sure everyone is on the same team: the enemy.

    Replies: @Alden

    Who feeds clothes and shelters all those people? Soros? ADL? AJC? Lutherans? Catholics? Tyson and other food producers? California department of welfare?

  100. @Beckow
    @theMann


    ...if not for the efforts of Democratic vote buyers, and Reoublican cheap labor specialists.
     
    The ever-cheaper labor is a core capitalist value. It increases efficiency (productivity) and profits. The post-WWII decades with growing incomes was an anomaly caused by fear of socialism and unique US WWII isolation.

    Maximizing votes is what democracy is all about. You are barking up the wrong tree - what is happening is baked into the system, you can't change it without addressing the system itself. As long as West worships productivity and entrepreneurship (=capitalism) nothing will change. The downward spiral has begun...they are coming.

    Replies: @Craig Nelsen

    The ever-cheaper labor is a core capitalist value. It increases efficiency (productivity) and profits. The post-WWII decades with growing incomes was an anomaly caused by fear of socialism and unique US WWII isolation.

    On the off chance you are being serious and actually believe fear of socialism and isolation can make a country rich, let me straighten you out. Between 1925 and 1965, there was very little immigration–even a brief period of net emigration. Now, since immigrants can be thought of as “labor,” immigration can be thought of as a “supply of labor.” That means when we restricted immigration in 1925, we restricted the supply of labor as well and, believe it or not, restricting the labor supply drives the cost of labor, sometimes referred to as “wages,” up. Those who earn wages, or “wage earners,” are just about everybody. There are a small number of non-wage earners. Examples of non-wage earners are prisoners and the very rich. The very rich in general pay wages. So, restricting immigration creates a large, stable, prosperous middle class with a low level of income inequality.

    • Agree: TTSSYF
    • Replies: @Beckow
    @Craig Nelsen

    I actually agree with your description of the labor market-migration dynamic. What is missing: why would the elites agree to it between 1925-65? That's where the fear of socialism comes in. If you study the period - and not just in US - the business elites were shaking with fear that it will all go to hell. They could get taxed and expropriated, or in some cases worse. So they agreed to the pro-labor policies restricting new immigration. (It wasn't as clear cut as you describe, it was more back and forward and reacted to the perceived threats, e.g. Nazis closed the borders in 1933 leading to a quick economic boom for workers, that was well known at that time.)

    It worked like a charm for a few decades after WWII and then a new generation of entrepreneurs decided to go for the usual capitalist cheapest possible labor and restarted the liberal, open-borders policies. By then the fear of socialism was gone and the world was more connected allowing for the cheap labor tsunami.

    The cultural stuff is an intentional misdirection to avoid discussing the labor market impact. If you fight the cultural stuff without addressing the underlying cheap-labor capitalism model you won't get far.

  101. @AnotherDad
    @AndrewR


    Transport by sea is always cheaper than transport by big ol’ jet airliners. Has anyone bothered to investigate how these Africans are crossing the ocean?
     
    Ton-mile sure.

    But any sort of decent accomodation--no. You have to transport a room--plus the food and water used in the journey--not just a seat and a bit of the airframe. Now shipping container ...

    I agree, be interesting to know if cargo ships are dumping containers of Africans in some Central American port.

    But the best bet is ... they're just flying. Then you get to the border, claim asylum, get a job ... send back the money to your family ... who can decide to send the next one. Airfare is actually ridiculously cheap compared to income. Easier to finance then the steamer passage of years gone by.

    If this isn't stopped ...

    Replies: @Rob McX, @anonymous coward

    claim asylum

    It doesn’t work that way unless someone corrupt way up high in the chain of command is making it happen.

    • Replies: @anon
    @anonymous coward


    Claim asylum
     
    It doesn’t work that way unless someone corrupt way up high in the chain of command is making it happen.

    That is exactly how it works. If you want to argue that the entire Biden admin is corrupt, ok. Go ahead, it makes no difference.

    Now Roma are being picked up on the lower Rio Grande. They buy airline tickets from Paris to Mexico City, then pay to be bused up to the border. Next the raft across the river. Then they claim persecution in Romania.

    https://www.yahoo.com/news/why-roma-migrants-europe-taking-100803670.html


    U.S. border patrol officers who apprehended them near the river tried to speak to them in Spanish. There was a pause as some of the border crossers explained in broken English that they were Romanians, a Reuters photographer said.

    Scores of Romanians who are part of the Roma ethnic minority have crossed the U.S.-Mexico border in south Texas in recent weeks to seek asylum, highlighting the far-flung origins of some of the migrants who have contributed to border arrests in recent months reaching a 20-year high.
     

    Every application for asylum must be considered, by Federal law. Most illegals just disappear, or are flown to the interior of the US.

    They are not tested for COVID, and they bypass TSA to get on airplanes.

  102. @Alden
    @The Alarmist

    Coast Guard needs to patrol the old shipyards in San Francisco where the container ships unload the illegals. $40,000 debt for a trip in a container with a hundred other people and a chemical toilet and slavery in a Chinese restaurant for the next 8 years. Or the Japanese crab boats that sail thousands of miles to steal crab and abalone 20 yards off American beaches.

    If China’s so great, why? Why? Please explain Mr Godfree Roberts.

    Replies: @anonymous coward

    If China’s so great, why? Why? Please explain Mr Godfree Roberts.

    American organized crime is making it happen.

    There are no Chinese deadbeat immigrants in Russia despite having an open border with China. (Because both sides are actually watching that open border carefully.)

  103. anon[330] • Disclaimer says:
    @anonymous coward
    @AnotherDad


    claim asylum
     
    It doesn't work that way unless someone corrupt way up high in the chain of command is making it happen.

    Replies: @anon

    Claim asylum

    It doesn’t work that way unless someone corrupt way up high in the chain of command is making it happen.

    That is exactly how it works. If you want to argue that the entire Biden admin is corrupt, ok. Go ahead, it makes no difference.

    Now Roma are being picked up on the lower Rio Grande. They buy airline tickets from Paris to Mexico City, then pay to be bused up to the border. Next the raft across the river. Then they claim persecution in Romania.

    https://www.yahoo.com/news/why-roma-migrants-europe-taking-100803670.html

    U.S. border patrol officers who apprehended them near the river tried to speak to them in Spanish. There was a pause as some of the border crossers explained in broken English that they were Romanians, a Reuters photographer said.

    Scores of Romanians who are part of the Roma ethnic minority have crossed the U.S.-Mexico border in south Texas in recent weeks to seek asylum, highlighting the far-flung origins of some of the migrants who have contributed to border arrests in recent months reaching a 20-year high.

    Every application for asylum must be considered, by Federal law. Most illegals just disappear, or are flown to the interior of the US.

    They are not tested for COVID, and they bypass TSA to get on airplanes.

  104. @Craig Nelsen
    @Beckow


    The ever-cheaper labor is a core capitalist value. It increases efficiency (productivity) and profits. The post-WWII decades with growing incomes was an anomaly caused by fear of socialism and unique US WWII isolation.
     
    On the off chance you are being serious and actually believe fear of socialism and isolation can make a country rich, let me straighten you out. Between 1925 and 1965, there was very little immigration--even a brief period of net emigration. Now, since immigrants can be thought of as "labor," immigration can be thought of as a "supply of labor." That means when we restricted immigration in 1925, we restricted the supply of labor as well and, believe it or not, restricting the labor supply drives the cost of labor, sometimes referred to as "wages," up. Those who earn wages, or "wage earners," are just about everybody. There are a small number of non-wage earners. Examples of non-wage earners are prisoners and the very rich. The very rich in general pay wages. So, restricting immigration creates a large, stable, prosperous middle class with a low level of income inequality.

    Replies: @Beckow

    I actually agree with your description of the labor market-migration dynamic. What is missing: why would the elites agree to it between 1925-65? That’s where the fear of socialism comes in. If you study the period – and not just in US – the business elites were shaking with fear that it will all go to hell. They could get taxed and expropriated, or in some cases worse. So they agreed to the pro-labor policies restricting new immigration. (It wasn’t as clear cut as you describe, it was more back and forward and reacted to the perceived threats, e.g. Nazis closed the borders in 1933 leading to a quick economic boom for workers, that was well known at that time.)

    It worked like a charm for a few decades after WWII and then a new generation of entrepreneurs decided to go for the usual capitalist cheapest possible labor and restarted the liberal, open-borders policies. By then the fear of socialism was gone and the world was more connected allowing for the cheap labor tsunami.

    The cultural stuff is an intentional misdirection to avoid discussing the labor market impact. If you fight the cultural stuff without addressing the underlying cheap-labor capitalism model you won’t get far.

  105. @Anonymous
    If you don't like it, throw your computer out the window and get your community breeding immediately. Not tomorrow, not next week, not in 30 years; get every female pregnant right now. The mandatory mininum TFR is 20 children per lifetime for every reproductive female.


    You're not banning immigration, not stopping African births, and not getting a government. So you must now do all that you can do, get your women breeding now without any type of argument or discussion of any kind.


    I repeat, no discussions. Throw your computer out the window right now if you're not a cuck. Anyone who responds to this is an impotent cuck or a loser woman. Chuck your computer through the window and dive roll out there with clenched fists and a strut of determination. You're about to become the system's worst nightmare.

    Replies: @Daniel Williams, @CapaNiccaToday

    Just watched a video by Felix Rex entitled
    ‘Go east young white man!’
    Seems Asian women are seeking white baby daddy’s & I say “JACKPOT!!”
    Time to set up impregnation camps & bring em over, knock em up & give em green cards!!

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    @MEH 0910

    https://twitter.com/AP/status/1402641915301007360

  107. @MEH 0910
    https://twitter.com/nytimes/status/1400520191193366535

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