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From my new column in Taki’s Magazine:

Coming to America

Steve Sailer

September 22, 2021

The sudden crossing of the Rio Grande river at Del Rio, Texas, by 15,000 Haitians is a reminder that the most prophetic novel of the last half century was the late Jean Raspail’s 1973 book The Camp of the Saints about a million third-worlders landing on the beaches of France, and whites being unable to summon the will to be so racist as to turn them away.

Do American leaders still believe that they have the moral right to protect the territory of the American people by force? Or will we unilaterally disarm in the Scramble for America?

Few recent incidents better sum up elites’ lack of spine than this Reuters headline on Monday evening:

White House condemns border guard use of whip-like cord against Haitian migrants

Of course, the bridle reins held by the mounted patrolman weren’t actually a whip, as the press initially reported, but, still…they were whip-like….

The Washington Post made its top-center headline on Monday:

Homeland security officials will investigate after images show agents on horseback grabbing migrants, Mayorkas says

How dare law enforcement try to grab migrants! Don’t they know migrants are who we are (except that they are also better than us)?

Read the whole thing there.

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  1. Voltarde says:

    Gresham was not the first to state the law which took his name. The phenomenon had been noted by Aristophanes in his play The Frogs, which dates from around the end of the 5th century BC. The referenced passage from The Frogs is as follows (usually dated at 405 BC):

    It has often struck our notice that the course our city runs
    Is the same towards men and money. She has true and worthy sons:
    She has good and ancient silver, she has good and recent gold.
    These are coins untouched with alloys; everywhere their fame is told;
    Not all Hellas holds their equal, not all Barbary far and near.
    Gold or silver, each well minted, tested each and ringing clear.
    Yet, we never use them! Others always pass from hand to hand.
    Sorry brass just struck last week and branded with a wretched brand.
    So with men we know for upright, blameless lives and noble names.
    Trained in music and palaestra, freemen’s choirs and freemen’s games,
    These we spurn for men of brass…”

    • Thanks: Almost Missouri
  2. WaPo – Nor is it possible to ignore the historical echoes suggested by a White officer of the law apprehending a fleeing Black man.

    Such are the hints that modern mentality isn’t a reasoning one anymore but rather a scenic one: Which means: Feelings have taken over the public sphere and the public discourse. I wonder how that will play out for us Westerners.

  3. AndrewR says:
    @Dieter Kief

    Don’t “us Westerners” this, deutscher Mann. Take your country back. Expel the **** aka Americans. “The West” is only as lost as Germany is lost.

    • Replies: @Dieter Kief
  4. Dan Hayes says:

    Black mini pogroms by Papa Trujillo were a more direct means of whitening the DR!

  5. notsaying says:

    I was going to make the following an Off Topic comment but since this new post is about the mess in Del Rio, it actually belongs here.

    According to this PA local news site, on Monday the Biden administration ordered an understaffed federal prison in rural PA to send 8 employees and 2 buses down to Del Rio, TX. This is over 1,500 miles. What are they expecting to happen that they think 2 buses and a handful of employees from all the way up in PA is necessary?

    “Kline [The prison guards’ union guy] shared concern for the outcome of the border situation in Texas, noting that “[USP Lewisburg] Our staff are trained to transport inmates in handcuffs and leg irons; this border crisis is not being handled as the BOP trains. Staff could easily be overpowered, hurt, and the bus used as a means of escape.”

    Prisoners did escape from a bus down there so his concerns are justified. Maybe they will bring their handcuffs and leg irons.

  6. “Inundation!” A more polite way of saying invasion.

    It’s an historical constant when an alien population impinges on a native one, war erupts, only in this case the rifles should be aimed at government traitors first.

    • Agree: Ben tillman, Kylie
  7. Clyde says:

    I read thousands of these pests have been released into the US already. You know, with a promise to appear in court later on. I was surprised that some unlucky ones were put on planes back to shitsville. Must have been some mighty protests on this by the Black Caucus etc.

    btw Conservative Treehouse has some good ones on the Australian rebellion re: Covid

  8. Feryl says:

    Keep ’em coming. America is collapsing/disintegrating before our very eyes. Acceleration. 50-60% now understand that we have a post-modern economy . We now have post-modern policing and justice (Justine Diamond’s Somali killer had his murder conviction struck down, Lefty rioters have largely been left alone while Jan 6 capitol tourists rot in jail).

    50-60% now fully understand that the media is beyond a farce by now (the manifest and deep crises of the Biden admin are mostly covered as prosaically as possible, while every thing Trump said and did was scrutinized breathlessly).

    The Dems made utterly moronic comments about Georgia voting security measures being “racist”. Any attempt to prevent fraud is called “suppression” even when it parallels the voting procedures of Western European countries who due to a historical lack of diversity have been able to avoid screwing up elections due to a lack of allegations of racism enabling the kind of fraud rampant in America (back in the early 80’s the GOP signed a mutual agreement with the Dems that oversight of urban precincts would be minimized to avoid the appearance of GOP officials being too hard on minority dominant districts).

    Black worship is out of control, even as most whites instinctively wish to avoid blacks who give off even the faintest scent of underclass pathology, now more than ever what with society not applying the brakes anymore.

    The Texas border region shifted toward Trump already in 2020, how do you suppose they’ll vote in 2024?

  9. Wilkey says:

    We all know how easy it is – especially for Washington Post reporters – to tell exactly what is going on in a scene based on a single photograph. Just ask Nicholas Sandmann.


    Haiti has 11.4 million people, and a per capita income of less than \$2,000. Afghanistan has 33 million people, and a per capita income of less than \$500. Just to cite two countries recently in the news that the US supposedly has an obligation to admit immigrants from. If you offered every Haitian and Afghan an airplane ticket and a visa how many would come to the US?

    Probably 95% of all Haitians. Afghan immigration would probably be slower, owing to the small Afghan community currently here, but eventually you’d probably get 80-90% of them, as well.

    That’s 35-40 million people – about as many people as live in California – from two countries which, in the grand scheme of things, really aren’t all that big. Central America – another major source of illegal immigrants – has 47 million people; Latin America has 642 million; Nigeria has 211 million people; Sub-Saharan Africa has 1,040 million people; India and China have 1.4 billion each.

    It’s a big damn world, and there are a lot of people in countries poorer than the US who would love to come here.

    • Replies: @Daniel H
    , @AnotherDad
  10. Do American leaders still believe that they have the moral right to protect the territory of the American people by force? Or will we unilaterally disarm in the Scramble for America?

    Few recent incidents better sum up elites’ lack of spine than this Reuters headline on Monday evening:

    I don’t think it’s a lack of spine – at least on the part of the leftists. They’re welcoming mass third world migration into the West, and they know that from time to time they have to pretend that there are laws and whatnot. It’s just fake passive resistance – the pettifogged exceptions to the law have swallowed it whole. Both the migrants and the left intelligentsia know that the asylum claims are nonsense, but that once they cross into the nation’s interior they will never, ever, ever go back. Once released, the majority won’t even pursue asylum claims through to disposition; of those who do, none whose asylum claims have been denied and ordered removed will actually comply with the order. They’ll most likely just disappear into the wallpaper in our many “sanctuary cities” where the municipal government will actively interfere with even the feeble efforts of Federal immigration enforcement in the unlikely event that even a Republican President actually attempts to enforce U.S. immigration law.

    • Replies: @TTSSYF
  11. anonymous[344] • Disclaimer says:

    America worships blacks and the controversy centers on grace. The more black bodies that cross the border, the closer America is to attain a state of grace. The apparent whipping of black refugees by a mounted Border Patrol agent looked like a squadron-sized attack against grace.

  12. Anon[260] • Disclaimer says:

    Raoul McLaughlin in his book on Roman Trade in the Indian Ocean references a several Indian histories. These were kept by local kings, since India was a balkanized and fluid collection of city states. The Sri Lanka histories he cites are in the form of epic poems.

  13. El Dato says:

    The future will be full of amazing too-much-like-X events that WaPo editorials refuse to think about about that would mean nailing the bathroom door shut and cowering in the tub.

  14. @Dieter Kief

    Agreed. Any person who expects the United States to conduct its domestic and foreign policy, based on the feelings of that person, is clearly crazy and a narcissist.

  15. The horrible treatment of these innocent Haitian people—who have come to the border fleeing violence and natural disaster—must stop immediately.

    We will be judged by how we treat our most vulnerable.

    Refugees are at great risk, and come in search of a better life, inspired by the promise of the American dream.

    Reports of their mistreatment are a stain on our legacy.

    • LOL: Grahamsno(G64)
  16. bomag says:

    I suppose we should expect Mexico to help out here by keeping Haitians et al out of their country to start with. Are they all that immune from the joys and pleasures of mass immigration?

    I’d think Mexico has an interest in keeping the US from sliding too far into shithole status, since a sizable chunk of our population are Mexicans here for the good life. Too many people will ruin the party, but maybe the thrill of seeing rocks smash nice glass windows overcomes concern for the future. So a chunk of Mexico is happy to deliver the rocks north to the windows of the US.

  17. Blodgie says:

    More low IQ law enforcement dipshits doing their thing, just like Chauvin.

    How can anyone not see the bad optics of a guy on a horse with what looks to everyone like a whip?


    • LOL: John Regan
  18. Anonymous[499] • Disclaimer says:

    Here is a little oracle for you all:

    If the western nations have the courage and sagacity to unilaterally derogate from the 1968 Geneva ‘Refugee’ Convention, within the next ten years, it is possible that indigenous ethnic western Europeans might, just, be the owners of the soil of western Europe by this century’s end.

    If not, for sure, western Europe will have a majority Afro/Asian population and will be indistinguishable from those regions by the end of this century …… and in perpetuity.

  19. Anonymous[173] • Disclaimer says:

    Apart from the African population explosion, surely, the other big story of the 21st century is the rise of China to paramount, unassailable full spectrum global dominance.

    Will the migrant hordes head for China?, again, surely, by the later 21st century, wages, living standards and employment etc will be infinitely better in China than in the west.

    I’d like to think not, but then again no one would have predicted mass third world immigration into Italy.

  20. This is one of your best and most important Taki columns, immigration being the EXISTENTIAL issue. If we don’t handle this, it doesn’t matter what else we do right, if even possible. It won’t be our country anyway.

    I read Camp of the Saints about 5 years back. That was extremely prophetic of Mr. Raspail, considering he wrote in 48 years ago! I guess France must have already had a few Algerians or what-have-you trickling in. From just a few years of it by that point, the author really understood the attitude of worship of the others that the cultural revolutionist of the time had. He could see how the higher ups of society were already so afraid of being called names and being seen as the oppressive Whitey that’d they’d give up their lands before doing the right thing.

    Let me write one thing about the Mexicans letting these people pass through. I wrote this quickly before, but I’ll repeat it: One thing President Trump was very good at was dealing with the Latin American leaders, whether via economic threats or just man-to-man cajoling or interaction. Of course, he WANTED this done. You all don’t seriously think Biden/Kameltoe and those who run them were even trying, do you?

    • Agree: TTSSYF
    • Replies: @Hi There
  21. Anonymous[381] • Disclaimer says:

    The situation could be solved if the US would stop living in denial and create a military.

    You could have an Army, Air Force, Navy and Marines.

    Only a military can protect against invasion.

    All non essential budget items need shelving till this organization is created.

    • Agree: ben tillman
    • Replies: @The Alarmist
  22. Tucker Carlson has called out Governor Abbott on why he hasn’t sealed the border using the Texas National Guard. Steven Miller outlined the legal grounds for this.

    If this is a Camp of Saints moment, then the executive decision not to use men of arms to turn back an invasion is critical to the narrative.

    What would Netanyahu do? What would Orban do? Leaders have a choice.

    • Replies: @Feryl
  23. A huge number of Haitians left the island of Hispaniola after the earthquake of 2010 which killed 200,000 people in Haiti.

    Many went to Brazil and other countries in South America. There was a huge demand for labor in Brazil in advance of the World Cup and the Olympic Games, when there was a lot of stadium construction going on, but after these events were over, a lot of unemployment ensued.

    Then you had the Covid-19 epidemic, which Steve’s article does not mention at all, but which further reduced employment opportunities.

    Haitians have been moving North for some years now, and with the TPS status of Haitians, they were accepted into the US if they arrived overland, although they could not just jump on a plane at the Toussaint L’Ouverture airport in Port au Prince unless they had a Visa.

    Until recently Haitians had mostly been showing up in Tijuana and many of them taking out residence in San Diego, or joining family members in other parts of the US.

    It is not as hard as you might think to travel overland from South America to the US, as buses are extremely cheap in South America and Central America.

    Many Haitians are probably homesick, and if the United States is advertising that it will provide free flights back to Haiti, plus some cash in hand, it is no wonder that there are so many takers!

    They Haiti situation does not necessarily mean that the same thing will happen with emigrants from Africa.

    At the present time people from Haiti are allowed to fly to some countries in South America without visas, which is a loophole that they have exploited.

    Considering that the United States until very recently had a President who became famous through a book called The Art of the Deal and who was supposed to be putting his talents at the disposal of the American people, the United States seems to have done an exceptionally poor job in international diplomacy and not finding ways to negotiate a way of plugging these loopholes to visa-free immigration.

    Consider that US citizens are not allowed to board a plane to the nearby Dominican Republic unless they have a return ticket. And yet according to Steve there is no way to stop mass migration from Africa to South America?

    Obviously the solution is to seek accords with the countries of Central and South America and with the airlines that prevent people in Africa from getting on planes unless they have visas and evidence of ongoing financial support.

    Monroe must be turning in his grave.

  24. Ana Maria says:

    America’s disgrace is Brazil’s blessing – tons of haitians and africans who had arrived in the 2010s are leaving our small southern towns and heading for Mexico and the US. Where I live, headlines like “Haitian mother butchered by husband after beheading and burying her own baby” have been ubiquitous for years. Hopefully it will decrease now. The haitians who worked at my local supermarket for years have suddenly disappeared, likely to show up soon in Del Rio!

  25. @Dieter Kief

    Feelings have taken over the public sphere and the public discourse.

    Three cheers for Womens’ sufferage.

  26. Wilkey says:
    @Jonathan Mason

    “Haitians have been moving North for some years now, and with the TPS status of Haitians, they were accepted into the US if they arrived overland…”

    One thing I haven’t seen mentioned much – at all, actually – is that the USA last May just extended “Temporary Protected Status” to Haitians living here illegally because of the earthquake. There are about 100,000 Haitians still on TPS from the last earthquake, back in 2010. We have never revoked that status and asked them to finally go home.

    That TPS extension was 3-4 months ago – which is just about the right amount of time for Haitians living in Chile and Brazil to gather up there things, save up some money, and arrange transit to the United States.

    It was the TPS extension that incited this, combined with all of Biden’s other lax efforts to secure the border.

    The good news is that “racism” is a part of all this, but not in the way the media would like to advertise. We are suddenly starting to see even Democratic politicians in Texas, many of them Hispanic, demand that the border be secured. Even they are starting to realize how insane and unsustainable our border policies are, and can now disassociate border security from perceived ethnic self-interest

    I suspect more than a few Democrats, and not just in Texas, are quietly relieved that the Senate Parliamentarian ruled against including amnesty in the spending bill. For a long time Democrats have been unified on mass immigration – 100% in favor of it – while the Republicans were divided. The future may be a mostly united Republican Party and a divided Democratic one.

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
  27. Are these Haitians Chinese shock troops? Is Xi thrilled to see them enter the US?

  28. @Jonathan Mason

    Many Haitians are probably homesick, and if the United States is advertising that it will provide free flights back to Haiti, plus some cash in hand, it is no wonder that there are so many takers!

    Lol! Dream on.

    And yet according to Steve there is no way to stop mass migration from Africa

    That’s not according to Steve. That’s according to your globalist masters.

  29. bob sykes says:

    The important question is, Who is financing the Haitians travel? Poor Haitians do not have the cash to make such a trip. Someone in the US is paying for it. The same is true for all the Central American peasants, especially the children. Someone in the US is paying the freight. Who and why?

    • Replies: @Currahee
    , @notsaying
  30. Ano says:

    Hail Steveius!

    31 December 406

    Talk of a ‘crisis’ on the river border of the Empire in the West is racist!

    You should be opening your arms in welcome as the Vandals, Alans, and Suebi come pouring across the frozen Rhine!

    Barbarians are who we are!

    The real enemies of Rome, the ones we must fear, are the citizens inside the Empire who believe the Praetorian Guard’s giving me the purple toga was not 100% free and fair!

    These tired and poor will not go across the land plundering and pillaging, but rather, will do the jobs Romans just will not do!


    Romulus Augustulus
    President of the United Roman States

    PS: Steve, don’t fret about Western Civilisation! Thanks to Antifaium there no statues left for the Vandals to destroy…

  31. Barnard says:
    @Jonathan Mason

    Many Haitians are probably homesick, and if the United States is advertising that it will provide free flights back to Haiti, plus some cash in hand, it is no wonder that there are so many takers!

    It very hard to believe any country in the Western Hemisphere wouldn’t offer any Haitian living in it a free flight and a little cash to return to Haiti. It should include a ban on ever returning to the country they entered. Brazil certainly has the ability to take care of this directly without shuttling them up to the U.S. Mexican border.

  32. For Sub-Saharan migrants, Europe is closer.

  33. But now the Biden administration is greatly boosting handouts, so America is becoming ever more attractive.

    The slavery is that US taxpayers have long been (not just now) expected to pay for middle class entitlements, like public schools.

    Send the native-born tax leeches back to whichever s*hole, European countries their */grandparents emigrated from.

    If we can’t A_p_e, then impose user fees (i.e. tuition) on public school parents. \$15,000 per kid*yr sounds about right. No sibling discount.

  34. Thomas says:

    Definitely a portent of the future. A billion Africans (and billions more to come) to import, with all the benefits of white guilt and white blood debts to take. Worst of both worlds. The brouhaha this week over the Border Patrol cowboy couldn’t have made for better optics for the System: linking open borders with historically resonant images connoting the slave era.

    But, of course, what’s left of Posterity America won’t be bothered to look up from its horse paste and school board brawls, or whatever other sensational distraction there is this week.

    • Replies: @danand
    , @Hi There
  35. res says:
    @Jonathan Mason

    It is not as hard as you might think to travel overland from South America to the US, as buses are extremely cheap in South America and Central America.

    Don’t forget the Darien gap. Perhaps an underrated reason for the US once having control of the Canal Zone?

    However, because of the Darién Gap, it is not possible to cross between South America and Central America with conventional highway vehicles. Without an all-terrain vehicle, the only way to safely navigate this stretch is by sea.

    So of course the news was full of this last week.

    Immigration officials in Panama have reported record numbers of migrants crossing the Darien Gap, saying at least 70,000 people have made the trek in 2021. To curb the growing numbers, Colombia and Panama agreed to limit the number of people crossing through the jungle each day. The limit however has created a bottleneck for immigrants looking to get to the jungle from Colombia in the first place.

    • Thanks: Achmed E. Newman
    • Replies: @Jonathan Mason
  36. Japan needs labor, but they don’t want disorder. Eurpoe is slowly realizing the negative results of mass migration.Canada is welcoming and it is just a long bus ride to trudeau’s welcoming arms, but he won re-election by a slim amjority, so they aren’t going there. China apparently sees no economic value in colonizing Haiti as they are doing in Africa. So, I guess we will be stuck with them. Amazon should build a huge Del Rio complex and fold all these new comers into a workfroce. Provide housing, schools and jobs. A mini state with no reason to leave. Search to make sure there are no weapons and see how this plays out.

  37. @Jonathan Mason

    At the present time people from Haiti are allowed to fly to some countries in South America without visas, which is a loophole that they have exploited.

    There is some semi-good news.

    In South America, there were two countries that allowed Haitians to enter without visas: Ecuador and Suriname. But they no longer do.
    In fact, Ecuador ended visa-free travel for Haitians this year.

    But there still are Haitians all over South America, even as far as Chile.
    That’s why Haitians in Del Rio, TX speak fluent Spanish when interviewed.

    High priority: The US government should pressure South American governments to issue as few visas to Africans as possible.

  38. anon[693] • Disclaimer says:

    China apparently sees no economic value in colonizing Haiti as they are doing in Africa.

    China mainly does two things in Africa.

    1. Operate mining companies. Even this tends to be exaggerated because operating mines in Africa is hard (mines need a lot of electricity). China’s most valuable mining operations are in cobalt extraction in the Congo, operations that have an oversized effect in powering the rise of electric vehicles.
    2. Providing loans to African governments to pay for construction projects done by Chinese construction companies especially in roads and power.

    This hardly amounts to colonization and China would be doing the same in Haiti if they had diplomatic relations (Haiti recognizes Taiwan and receives aid from Taiwan).

  39. We’ve already had our first African boat people, although I seem to be the only person that noticed

    • Agree: Jack Armstrong
  40. zacie says:

    No mention of migrants bringing COVID. Is Steve no longer scared of the big bad cold virus?

    • LOL: Guest29048
  41. @Wilkey

    The future may be a mostly united Republican Party and a divided Democratic one.

    On illegal immigration, perhaps. The R-squad has plenty of traitors on the legal immigration side. Other than regarding the Afghan refugees it’s just not as visible, so they are happy that not too many of their constituents bug them about it.

    The legal immigration numbers are just as large or larger.

    I agree it’s good to see the Hispanic Texas pols talk about this. They are just not so prone to being cowardly about being called names.

  42. danand says:

    “…white guilt and white blood debts…”

    I fear there just aren’t enough White people on earth to “settle up” on those blood debts:

    Slain Barnard College student Tessa Majors murdered in Morningside Park

    The “good boys”, say their mommas, who were just out for a day at the park; doing some of that debt collecting:

    • Replies: @AnotherDad
  43. @res

    On the North coast of Hispaniola there is a bordertown called Dajabon, between the Dominican Republic and Haiti, where the two countries are divided by the Massacre River.

    On certain days of the week the footbridge is open so that Haitians can transact in the marketplace in Dajabon and can actually cross without showing passports. (However they are not allowed to board buses without ID and visas.)

    However if you want to cross the border at a time when the bridge is closed, there is an alternative.

    You pay about 30 dollars and a motorbike takes you upriver to a crossing point where you are rowed across the river, and then another motorbike takes you down a dirt track, joins the road, and voila, you have made the crossing. I have done this myself.

    Haitians are used to these kind of things. The informal crossing I have described is an established business.

    It is supposed to be dangerous to cross the Darien Gap, because it is infested with criminal gangs and corrupt cops, and there is no proper road, but supposing–just supposing–that the trafficking of migrants across the gap was controlled by criminal gangs and corrupt cops who arranged for Haitian backpackers to have safe passage in exchange for a sum of money using all terrain vehicles, or just going around in boats.

    That would be a pretty good way for criminal gangs and corrupt cops to earn a living! Running a travel agency. There is probably an Android app for it.

    • Thanks: JMcG, Che Guava
  44. Anonymous[173] • Disclaimer says:

    Rapid population growth is linked with civil unrest, leading up to actual warfare, for profoundly Darwinian reasons.
    A recurring theme this century will be bloody civil wars in third world nation’s driven by the conscious/unconscious motive that the sight of mass bloodshed is the surefire method of coaxing the gullible/naive/foolish leadership of the west into fast tracking massive immigration into their nation’s under the guise of ‘offering asylum’.

  45. Hi There says:
    @Achmed E. Newman

    It won’t be our country anyway.

    It isn’t our country now. The elites and leaders of society in both political parties have singled out white Americans and particularly immigration restrictionists for special contempt.

    My advice to myself and you: make your own life amazing. Don’t expect to have a country that represents you. Also, have lots of kids if possible; they will make you feel connected to the future, which is important.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  46. Currahee says:

    HBD’s conspicuous failure to penetrate America’s Smart Fraction has dire consequences. Despite all factual evidence: the Black Delusion Bubble prevails and is killing this country.

    (Yes, I know: the Jews; but still, we outnumber them.)

  47. Hi There says:

    … with all the benefits of white guilt and white blood debts to take.

    Don’t let haters bring you down. Down’t let people guilt you for your race or your ancestors. Make your own life amazing. And be kind, within reason, to others. Put yourself first, you can be mean to those who wronged you, or political figures who wronged you, but you owe strangers who did you no wrong basic non-aggression and kindness.

  48. SafeNow says:

    When William Buckley reviewed Camp of the Saints, he said: “Will you shoot them? Will you starve them?” Of course, the questions are rhetorical. To ask them is to answer them; shooting and starving are off the table. Therefore, when the essay asks about “spine,” spine = wall. Trump was correct, as usual. There exists no other definition of the general term “spine” other than “wall.” Invading ships and planes will present a problem, later on.

    • Replies: @bingobongo
  49. Can’t wait to see the Haitian version of the musical Oklahoma

    Ado Annie Carnes singing of her sexual awakening in “I Cain’t Say No” after her gang-rape by 7 visitors…

    Alim Baptiste singing/speaking “It’s a Scandal! It’s a Outrage!” after being forced to marry and actually support knocked-up Annie …

    Alim’s brother, Charles, singing “Lonely Room” while sitting in a resettlement camp waiting for his ticket to Florida…

    Yadda, yadda, yadda.

  50. @Anonymous

    China has no qualms about disappearing their own citizens, so I don’t see them being very accepting of hoardes of third worlders at their border demanding to be let in. If any they’d sort them into two categories, the ones who can assemble iPhones and Soylent Green.

  51. @Anonymous

    Only a military can protect against invasion.

    Oddly enough, the US only defended itself when it had a Department of War. Since that was renamed Department of Defense, it has only been capable of waging offensive war everywhere else on the planet, perhaps mounting a defensive capability in DC, but certainly not at is borders.

    • Agree: Achmed E. Newman
  52. Tienes muchos dolores, Del Rio;
    Many pains in el culo, the ass.
    Cada nuevo giro del tornillo
    Hace que el dolor duele más.

    You have many pains, Del Rio. In the ass. Each new turn of the screw makes the pain hurt more.

    Dolores del Rio

  53. El Dato says:

    And from orbit, they would even look like Cossacks doing a pogrom thing. What can one do!

  54. Che Guava says:

    As for Haiti, among the most startling images of geography and human effects were a few aerial and satellite photos of the Haiti-Dominican Republic border.

    The Dominican side is green, ag. and some lush forests.

    The Haitian side is a wilderness of mud, and nothing else.

    I would recommend that anyone who has not seen such photos to seeking them, and viewing.

    No wonder that the Dominican is keen to exclude their Haitian neighbours.

    I would be sure that they have other reasons besides the Haitians destroying their Haitian home, crime, etc., but at least they are not caving and saying ‘Welcome Haitians’.

    USA should learn from the small Dominican Republic,

    and must repeat,

    look at aerial and satellite pics of the border there.

    If never seen before, it is astounding, diff. so stark, first time I saw had a deep impression.

    Don’t forget that Dominica is on the same island, not very big, but they seem to do alright with the same hurricanes and quakes.

    Haiti, long independent, seems like some kind of proof of concept.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
  55. @Anonymous

    people immigrate because they *think* they will get a better life. If a country makes it clear that there is no pot of gold waiting at the end of the rainbow, but instead a big league ass-kicking they will not have an illegal immigration problem. I suspect china will fall into the latter camp

    • Agree: BB753
  56. Where is the Texas State Guard?

    Texas State Guard
    The Texas State Guard, along with the Texas Army National Guard and Texas Air National Guard, is one of the three military branches comprising the Texas Military Department. The Texas State Guard provides Texas with support in-state missions, from emergency and disaster response to border security and community service. No matter the need, the Texas State Guard stands ready to serve–they are “Texans Serving Texas.”

  57. Are the Del Rio Haitians the Forerunners of the Coming African Inundation?

    I say:

    ASYLUM SEEKER INUNDATION or AFRICAN INUNDATION, it don’t matter, they both sound memorable spoken out loud and it’s all leading to Civil War II and this Civil War II will be mostly peaceful, not like the last one.

    The ruling class of the Republican Party — donors and politician whores and apparatchiks — is directly responsible for flooding the USA with Haitians and foreigners and mass legal immigration and mass illegal immigration and REFUGEE OVERLOAD and ASYLUM SEEKER INUNDATION.

    Trump the baby boomer treasonite is still screaming about flooding the USA with mass legal immigration “in the largest numbers ever.”

    Trump refused to deport the upwards of 30 million illegal alien invaders in the USA.

    Republican Party governors such as Abbott in Texas and Sununu in New Hampshire are pushing nation-wrecking mass legal immigration and they both push mass illegal immigration and Sununu is an open borders extremist from the Bush Organized Crime Syndicate and George W Bush is notorious for supporting mass legal immigration and mass illegal immigration.

    The ruling class of the rancid Republican Party must be politically decapitated and they must be removed from power.

    • Replies: @Anon
  58. Daniel H says:

    If you offered every Haitian and Afghan an airplane ticket and a visa how many would come to the US?

    Well, we droned a car two weeks ago killing 10, seven of whom were children. Turns out the driver was not a terrorist but an aid worker, loading the car with water, not bombs. The family of the killed says that all is forgiven if the rest of them could get visas to come to the USA.

  59. Anonymous[374] • Disclaimer says:

    Meanwhile, feral Haitians are biting ICE officers. I can’t believe the ICE officers would be so stupid as to neglect to employee zip ties to restrain them during repatriation.

    The inherent sense of entitlement demonstrated by these willful savages serve as a preface of what to expect from the thousnds of obese, traumatized primitives and their fatherless babies, being bussed into our country’s interior by the thousands.

    “Never underestimate Joe’s ability to fuck things up.”
    – Barack Obama

    The citizens of the Dominican Republic, who know Haitians best, have an extremely restrictive immigration policy against these surly primitives, for obvious reason.

  60. • LOL: El Dato
  61. Feryl says:

    Eisenhower used armed troops to dissuade segregationists from getting in the way of integration. What’s to stop Abbot from using public and perhaps even private forces to establish armed checkpoints and fortified defenses along the border? What would Biden do? Order the Feds to arrest “renegade” or “illegal” border defenders (or perhaps arrest those commanding them, like Abbot himself)? That could incite major tension and possibly outright conflict between the feds and a restive “outlaw” state government. But a do-nothing Abbot could be tossed out by frustrated voters and replaced by a bigger ass kicker.

  62. D. K. says:

    “Few recent incidents better sum up elites’ lack of spine….”

    No, Steve, doing exactly what you want to do– erase national borders, and thus dissolve national sovereignty– in the face of popular opposition from the people over whom you rule, does not show a “lack of spine,” but precisely the opposite. Globalism requires just such erasure and dissolution. The elites are now fully committed to Globalism, and thus to open borders.

  63. AceDeuce says:

    I saw it and I was HOPING it was a f’ing whip. Whips get results.

    If you sht your panties over what nigros think, that’s on you, Buttercup.

  64. Republicans–if they want to actually exist–need to be talking about the border non-stop.

    Hearings non-stop. Bring forth articles of impeachment against Biden, the Homeland Security chief–the token Sephardic if i’m not mistaken?–and anyone else handy.

    Keep the issue front and center and–finally–tie it to jobs, wages, housing–the housing shortage staring everyone in the face!–crime, schools, traffic, health care, covid, taxes, the environment … the ability of your children to form families, for you to have any posterity at all!

    This is just insane. If anyone–any American–values their future, their posterities future, they should be appalled and angered by this insanity.

    Conservatives, nationalists, traditionalists need to be beating the drum 24x7x365.

    • Agree: notsaying
    • Replies: @Sick 'n Tired
    , @CCZ
  65. @danand

    Any yet these “youths” will not be executed. They’ll go to jail … they be back out on the street in ten years.

    Civilization is not maintained by being “nice”. It is maintained by being mean to civilization’s enemies.

    • Agree: El Dato, John Regan
    • Replies: @El Dato
  66. El Dato says:

    Even negros know this to be case when in negroland.

  67. It’s not lack of spine, this is according to plan.

    • Replies: @SunBakedSuburb
  68. @Wilkey

    It’s a big damn world, and there are a lot of people in countries poorer than the US who would love to come here.

    Mathematically, “nation of immigrantis”-ism means the US must end up crowded and diverse and unpleasant enough to be as shitty as the shittiest place on earth. (Only then do people from the shittiest place stop coming and making the US shittier.)

    That’s the obvious 6th grade level mathematics. Why the immigrationists aren’t mocked and ridiculed–have rotten fruit thrown at them–and generally driven out of public discourse …. well, that i leave that as an exercise for the reader.

    • Agree: notsaying
    • Replies: @Wilkey
  69. @Jonathan Mason

    Or we could just enforce our border–not let anyone in; shoot people who try to break in … and viola! people will stop doing it.

    Don’t get me wrong. Deals with our brother American nations to not let Haitians or Africans on board–great. But you can’t farm out the will to protect your nation by force. (Just like you protect your home–threat of force.)

    • Replies: @Jonathan Mason
  70. notsaying says:
    @bob sykes

    I think the ones coming up from South America may have put some money aside. Some of the people from Central America have small farms that they mortgage or sell land from to finance their or their first kid coming here’s journey. There are also loans that people take out

    But yes, a lot of the money is coming right from the US. As I wrote here recently, I realized some time ago that the more immigrants we get, the more we get. The more friends and family who are here already, the more money to finance trips, places to stay and job connections for the people who want to come have available.

    There is definitely a vicious cycle established that grows bigger and bigger.

    Now CBS News is reporting about deported people who tried to rush back on the plane at Port a Prince in Haiti. Also a lot of them are being let go into the country with court dates. They just mentioned a plan to use Guantanamo and looking for guards who speak Haitian Creole. Using Guantanamo, sending in buses from prisons 1,500 away: All these people are putting tremendous pressure on various systems.

    I think things will get worse before they get better. If I were overseas and wanted to come, I definitely would want to get in before the door shuts. The government’s mixed messages would make me ignore the Nos and just rush to get here.

  71. @AnotherDad

    Have you calculated how many Haitians would have to be killed before they would stop presenting themselves at the border?

    This really requires a risk-benefit analysis. It would seem that if you could kill a thousand people now, it would be worthwhile and would save the lives of thousands of people in the future.

    However Chief Justice Roger Taney of the Supreme Court of the United States had a brilliant idea that would solve the problem of slavery for a generation. He would just rule that people of African descent were not US citizens, and so could be treated like animals. Problem solved. Or was it?

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    , @peterike
  72. Wilkey says:

    Mathematically, “nation of immigrantis”-ism means the US must end up crowded and diverse and unpleasant enough to be as shitty as the shittiest place on earth.

    It’s the equivalent of someone in the dead of winter saying “My house is a toasty 73 degrees, and outside it’s only 15. I need to open all my doors and windows until the rest of the world is 73 degrees, as well.”

    As I’ve said before, I think we would have much more realistic immigration policies if the United States government were actually obliged to balance the budget. In such a situation we would actually recognize the real cost of admitting massive numbers of people with lower levels of human capital than the current population. Instead we’ve just printed or “borrowed” (haha) something like \$17 trillion in just the last 13 years.

  73. Anonymous[374] • Disclaimer says:
    @Hi There

    Also, have lots of kids if possible; they will make you feel connected to the future, which is important.

    Yeah. Just ask Tom Hanks about his son “Chet” keeping Tom connected to the future.

    Staying connected to the future is your job, loser. Leave your poor kids alone. They have enough on their plate without some aimless, narcissistic parents weighing them down.

    • Replies: @Hi There
  74. O-oh, no hesitation
    No tears and no hearts breakin’
    No remorse
    Oh, congratulations
    This is your Haitian workforce

  75. @Che Guava

    Don’t forget that Dominica is on the same island

    Dominica don’ share no island wi’ nobody. An’ we got dis Boilin’ Lake waitin’ for dose who insist uddawise.

    • Replies: @Che Guava
  76. @AnotherDad

    There will be plenty of housing available for the new illegal migrants once the rent moratorium ends and millions of Americans are evicted out onto the streets.

  77. @Horrorwitz

    Right. It’s not incompetence, mistake, or the rest of that media gibberish. It’s according to plan. These people want to remake the world. They are bold, ambitious, aggressive. At this point they have no opposition.

    • Replies: @Horrorwitz
  78. Anonymous[438] • Disclaimer says:

    Gdp per capita of China is lower than Mexico.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  79. Anon[392] • Disclaimer says:
    @Charles Pewitt

    Pure psychosis. It’s Trump’s fault that 2-3 million illegal immigrants are flowing across the border under the Biden Administration?

    People like this are against any solution that could actually be implemented in the real world. In all likelihood they are just deceitful leftists pretending not to be, because they never say a single critical word about a Democrat. But say the word Trump and they immediately start screaming incoherently and foaming at the mouth.

    In the off chance that these people actually are conservative nationalists, then they are just psychotic mental patients choking on their own hatred because their President Daddy didn’t do everything exactly how they would do things. In either case, they are of no use to anyone.

    • Replies: @Charles Pewitt
  80. CCZ says:

    “….the Homeland Security chief–the token Sephardic if i’m not mistaken?

    “Another Jewish cabinet member is Alejandro Mayorkas, Biden’s nominee for Secretary of Homeland Security. Mayorkas is a Latino Jew, the son of a Cuban Jewish father and Romanian Jewish mother, the Times of Israel reported.”

  81. @SunBakedSuburb

    Yep. Sorry Steve, but it’s too much for some boomers to acknowledge that sometimes it’s malice, not incompetence. DemocRATs and RepubliCUNT traitors want these poor huddled masses to have an easy time stampeding across the border to send the message to millions of others that they too can make a run for it. The end result is a giant pool of ultra cheap labour in the country to further displace whitey and increase profits for Wall Mart, Amazon etc.

  82. Che Guava says:
    @Reg Cæsar

    Thank you for the funny corrective.

    I vaguely recalled that it is a different place, but had a friend from the Republic, he was always using the same short form, so was careless to following his example.

  83. @AndrewR

    The reaction of Grman chancellor Angela Merkel to the 2015 immigration crisis had the same root: Chancellor Merkel did explicitly say, she did not want to see the desperate scenes s on TV (“die Fernsehbilder”) that would have been caused by the forclosure of our borders. – Pictures (=emotions, feelings) trump reasons – exactly the same thing as in the WaPo quote in Steve’s article.

    The optical mediums are what hold modern western societies together – and what makes them more and more useless with regard to reasoning (defenseless in the face of misleading/shallow) reasoning). – The George Floyd case being in my eyes exactly that: Pictures – scenes even – a superficial kind of been there and saw it myself impression – – -. Then these technically induced illusions trump over reasoning (details of the autopsy, the fentanyl-overdose – all that was before… (George Floyd’s criminal career…) – wiped out by the illusion of having seen the scene = having been there in person = knowing what’s up & what what’s up is all about.

  84. Anonymous[214] • Disclaimer says:

    China bankrolls the USA.

  85. El Dato says:

    The irreality continues:

    ‘Worse than SLAVERY’: Democrat Maxine Waters slams Border Patrol ‘whipping’ Haitian migrants

    According to news reporters on the border, however, few migrants that have crossed into Del Rio over the past week came directly from Haiti. One of them found dozens of identification cards from Chile and Brazil, discarded by the migrants on the Mexican side of the border, so they could claim asylum when they crossed over into the US.

  86. El Dato says:

    “How have we allowed our border to be patrolled unchecked for so long?” said AOC on her TikTok channel after viewing harrowing footage of agents on horseback doing their job. “Also, who cut off the horns of those unicorns and put saddles on them? It’s so inhumane! This is actual, literal fascism, people. Just like Hitler and slavery.”

    She then donned her fancy white crying suit and wept in anguish.

    CNN broke the story, which included disturbing footage shot by citizen journalists of border agents riding on large, scary mammalian creatures, up and down the border, as if they are trying to prevent people from entering the country illegally.

    “Just horrific,” said CNN anchor Jake Tapper. “It’s hard to believe such a thing could happen in our country.”

    • Thanks: Gabe Ruth
  87. Hi There says:

    Staying connected to the future is your job, loser. Leave your poor kids alone. They have enough on their plate without some aimless, narcissistic parents weighing them down.

    You are calling me a loser? You sound like a hostile, mean person.

    As for leaving my poor kids alone: My kids need me. Most kids need their parents. Most people of both genders will tell you that their father’s love is very important and sacred. I’m a super dad and I do a lot to make sure my kids are safe, loved, comfortable, and happy.

    • Agree: TTSSYF
  88. @Anon

  89. Anonymous[313] • Disclaimer says:
    @Jonathan Mason

    As usual, Israel shows the way.

    Back in 2018, inspired by what their Syrian brethren were doing in Europe, the Palestinians tried to bumrush the Israeli border. The Israelis shot thousands of them. The bumrushing stopped. The world didn’t end. The sky didn’t fall.

  90. Donald Trump and Kevin McCarthy and Mitch McConnell and the evil and treasonous ruling class of the Republican Party — donors, politician whores, apparatchiks — all push nation-killing MASS LEGAL IMMIGRATION and they refuse to deport the upwards of 30 million illegal alien invaders in the USA and Trump and his rancid GOP minions push the mass guest worker immigration invasion of tens of millions of Asian Indian interlopers.

    • Replies: @Ron Mexico
  91. peterike says:
    @Jonathan Mason

    Have you calculated how many Haitians would have to be killed before they would stop presenting themselves at the border?

    It doesn’t require “calculation.” It requires shooting them until they stop showing up. Be that 1, 10, or 100,000.

    This really requires a risk-benefit analysis.

    Shooting border crossers is 100% benefit, 0% risk.

    • Thanks: Achmed E. Newman
  92. @Charles Pewitt

    So the GOP is in charge of the Legislature and Executive?

  93. @SafeNow

    you don’t have to do anything to them, you just have to put their employers in federal prison. severe penalty for employing illegals= no jobs for illegals = no illegal immigration.

    • Agree: SafeNow
  94. Yngvar says:

    The US have it own sort of problems.

    Europeans face another one. The one from the Bible.
    Boney M – Rivers of Babylon

    And this is fine.

  95. TTSSYF says:
    @Alec Leamas (working from home)

    Agree. It is becoming more and more obvious that we are engaged in an undeclared war, one that we didn’t start but that we are being involved in nonetheless. Legacy Americans, or heritage Americans, or whatever you want to call the old European stock, are having war waged on us by Leftist globalists. It can no longer be denied and chalked up to stupidity, incompetence, or pathological altruism. It is overt war in the way of purposely flooding the country with Third World immigrants, mandating vaccines, throwing political enemies in prison while letting the Leftists run free to carry out mayhem and murder, totally illogical rulings by the courts, an insane and murderous press, a medical system that seems to be bent on killing people for a political agenda rather than saving lives…all while we are being gaslighted, big time.

    • Replies: @SafeNow
  96. SafeNow says:

    I agree. But I would add, abolish: The S.A.T. and the rest of meritocracy, objective thinking, the traditional literary canon, the suburbs, proficiency, conscientiousness, telling the truth, yielding to the ambulance, picking up litter, and smiles.

    But I have to say, regarding legacy Americans, I’ve got nothing against my Chinese-American doc. He explains things and answers all of my questions with incredible patience and decency and knowledge.
    He’s a good man, and in many ways I wish I could be more like him.

    • Replies: @TTSSYF
  97. TTSSYF says:

    I’ve worked with Chinese engineers and scientists and, almost without exception, they have been fantastic, wonderful people. I welcome many of them…but even so, I don’t want the U.S. to become majority Asian.

    • Agree: SafeNow
  98. Tom Grey says:

    One thing not talked about enough is how trillions of dollars of “Washington Consensus” aid has been going for years, for decades, to various shithole countries – and the countries are not getting better very quickly.

    The aid, like to Afghanistan, most often goes into corrupt boot-lickers, and the bright English speaking natives who … want to leave as soon as they’re able.

    The Haitians who left Haiti are better than average Haitians – but they shouldn’t be allowed into the USA in unlimited numbers.

    The failure of gov’t aid is making the elite, often the same corrupt elite who get the most cash from the non-functioning aid, it makes them guilty, and makes them support more immigration of poor natives fleeing the corrupt countries.

    I feel sorry for them. Had I been born in Haiti, I might well have left for Chile, and now for the US. But it’s better for the US to deport more of them, more quickly.

    They’re illegals.

  99. MEH 0910 says:

    • Replies: @MEH 0910
  100. MEH 0910 says:
    @MEH 0910

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