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As you know, the French gave us the Statue of Liberty to celebrate immigration. Voltaire wrote the famous poem inscribed on it:

I disapprove of what you say,
But I will defend to the death
Your right to be punched in the head
If you say anything bad about immigration,
To encourage the others.

Now, France is enjoying the benefits of Statue of Libertyism, too.

Paris’s new Huddled Masses:

And the Huddled Masses’ Wretched Refuse:

 
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  1. La Belle France…..

  2. Stand in front of your telescreen, Winston, and repeat after Big Brother:

    WAR IS PEACE
    FREEDOM IS SLAVERY
    DIVERSITY IS OUR GREATEST STRENGTH

    • Agree: Frau Katze, Daniel Chieh
  3. Color photos of Paris street life in the 1950’s

    http://klyker.com/life-in-paris-in-the-1950s-26-photos/

    • Replies: @Frau Katze
    Boring and not a hint of vibrancy! /sarc off
    , @MBlanc46
    Thanks for those. I didn't get there until 1976, but it was still pretty much what is depicted in these pictures.
    , @Anonymous
    "Color photos of Paris street life in the 1950's."

    Welcome to the 2010's, Mr. Baahnks.

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=N52M3TN9KDo
    , @The Albino Sasquatch
    A SJW would see these photos and sneer and spit in contempt, you can easily predict what falls out of their filthy whining mouth after that: 'Yeah, life back then was good, only if you were white, straight male'
    But look at it now, what wondrous delight! Where would Paris be without that enriching vibrant diversity?
  4. It doesn’t look quite as bad as the aftermath of the Dakota access pipeline protesters camp in North Dakota.

  5. Don’t we have similar scenes in our major cities? I recently saw footage of LA traffic and there were tents on the sidewalks. Heck I remember all the bums under the bridges in south Florida 25 yeas ago.

    Why do we always add to the problem? Generosity, NO, Stupidity…

    • Replies: @Guy de Champlagne
    It's so ridiculous when american conservatives try to argue how much better America is by criticizing European cities as run down, crime ridden, and impoverished. It's especially bad among main stream conservatives who are incredibly PC about american blacks but are completely unhinged in their criticism of Muslims.
  6. “White Nationalist Leader Praises Trump For ‘De-Judification’ Of The Holocaust”

    http://talkingpointsmemo.com/livewire/richard-spencer-white-nationalist-praises-trump-dejudification-of-holocaust

    Prominent white nationalist Richard Spencer lauded President Donald Trump’s statement commemorating International Holocaust Memorial Day that failed to mention Jews as a “de-Judification” of the Holocaust.

    • Replies: @JerseyGuy
    Richard Spencer really, really needs to go away. If he supports Trump, why on Earth would he make a statement like that? And does he really think that Trump secretly does not like Jews? Trump is probably the most pro-Israel President ever.
  7. Paris is off my Bucket List.

    • Replies: @Yak-15
    Paris is still a really excellent place to spend some time. It's still the cradle of much of modern European civilization. It's still amazing. The migrants are mostly restricted to certain areas. Though, there are too many swarmy people milling about but it's not as vibrant as NYC.

    My mother who had not visited since 1981 went back last spring. She was horrified by the number of street dwelling boat people. She is a "nice white lady" but she was still aghast. The sheer volume of wretched humanity in the world escapes most people's minds. Nevertheless, she enjoyed Paris for what it still can be.

    In a decade or two I imagine your sentiments will prove correct. I see civil war in France within twenty years. It won't be long now my dear. . .
  8. Those photos could have been taken in San Francisco. It mystifies me, that with the horrendous and painfully visible homelessness problem the US has (and is doing nothing to fix) that the left would want to channel resources to those internal “refugees” rather than importing even more from abroad.

    • Replies: @Marat
    Yes, that is rather their point, to lavish American bounty on anyone but Americans. Appropriation. Especially more heartfelt and bonus points awarded if the bounty is from other people's labor - no point in donating one's own job, home, or future!
    , @Jefferson
    "Those photos could have been taken in San Francisco. It mystifies me, that with the horrendous and painfully visible homelessness problem the US has (and is doing nothing to fix) that the left would want to channel resources to those internal “refugees” rather than importing even more from abroad."

    The Left cares way more about Muslims than they do about homegrown American born homeless people. To care more about the well being of your fellow American underclass over Muslim foreigners is reaching Americans first territory and that's KKK Neo-Nazi Adolf Hitler shit.
    , @Dr. X

    It mystifies me, that with the horrendous and painfully visible homelessness problem the US has (and is doing nothing to fix)
     
    The "homelessness problem" in the U.S. only exists when a Republican is in the White House. Since Our Lord and Savior Barack H. Obama occupied it for the last eight years, there was no homeless problem.

    Now that Trump's in office, you'll be hearing about it soon enough.
  9. “Paris’s recent Huddled Masses:”

    I don’t see any future Steve Jobs among those Paris huddled masses, I see future terrorists, future rapists, and future welfare recipients.

    And by the way pro-open borders Muslim Social Justice Warriors need to stop culturally appropriating Steve Jobs as one of their own when he is an Atheist. Steve Jobs is about as Muslim as Bill Maher, another Atheist. Steve Jobs is an extremely horrible example of why mass Muslim immigration is good for The West.

    Steve Jobs is getting the Alexander Hamilton treatment when it comes to re-writting history and invoking Transracialism/Transreligionism.

  10. They enjoy camping, just like us!

    Only a bigot misses the finer points like that!

  11. I bet if you bought real estate inthe 1990s or earlier, you are enjoying the benefits of mass immigration. Government workers also benefit from being paid to provid services to immigrants, but not having them compete for your job.

    The current Merkel wave of immigrants filled every vacant building in Germany and Sweden with renters.

    • Agree: Charles Pewitt
    • Replies: @TangoMan
    The current Merkel wave of immigrants filled every vacant building in Germany and Sweden with renters.

    With rents paid by whom?

    Seems a lot like the Broken Windows Fallacy is at work.
  12. I’m loving this latest iSteve meme, the longest one I’ve seen here.

    France, in the personage of Bartholdi, never intended the Statue of Liberty, its gift to the United States, to become a “New Colossus” welcoming “wretched refuse.” I don’t think the French people ever wanted human flotsam clogging their avenues either.

    This is all the product of globalists without any loyalty to the countries they inhabit.

    • Replies: @Louis Renault
    The left is going to love the EO Trump signs directing the NPS to replace that plaque at the base. Steve should do a contest to pick the best new poetry.
  13. Looks like Haiti.

    Some idiot said ‘race’ is the worst idea of all time.

    No, ‘anti-racism’ is the worst and most dangerous idea.

    Sure, radical racism did horrible damage. But imperialism still developed the world and spread civilization. And the world recovered from WWII.

    But if EU becomes overrun by Africans, it’s game over for civilization forever.

    Africa is what it is because there are too many Africans. EU doesn’t have some Magic Dirt that will turn Africans into ‘New Europeans’.
    Even relatively more intelligent and semi-civilized Arabs and Muslims are a huge drain on EU. Black Africans? Sheesh.

    Look at Somali towns in the US. Bringing Somalis to an Ohio town turns it into Mogadishu. It doesn’t turn Somalis into New Americans.

  14. “The refugees are Syrian women and children fleeing a war zone!”

    Biggest fake news story of the decade.

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
    It's sex tourism for straight men.
  15. This Hungarian truck driver documents the perilous roads in the North of France:

    Once idyllic places throughout Europe are becoming unnavigable nightmares. Yes, immigration is to blame. Yes, Virginia, immigration is a political issue. IT’S IMMIGRATION, STUPID!!!!!!

  16. @Lot
    Color photos of Paris street life in the 1950's

    http://klyker.com/life-in-paris-in-the-1950s-26-photos/

    Boring and not a hint of vibrancy! /sarc off

  17. @Lot
    Color photos of Paris street life in the 1950's

    http://klyker.com/life-in-paris-in-the-1950s-26-photos/

    Thanks for those. I didn’t get there until 1976, but it was still pretty much what is depicted in these pictures.

  18. @seth largo
    "The refugees are Syrian women and children fleeing a war zone!"

    Biggest fake news story of the decade.

    It’s sex tourism for straight men.

    • Replies: @Langley
    Straight men do not rape young boys.
    , @Langley
    Captain Ahab asks:

    "Joey, have you ever been in a Turkish prison?"

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Oeb8nhNJOU
    , @Mr. Anon

    It’s sex tourism for straight men.
     
    Happy Refugee Sexy-Time
  19. @Buzz Mohawk
    I'm loving this latest iSteve meme, the longest one I've seen here.

    France, in the personage of Bartholdi, never intended the Statue of Liberty, its gift to the United States, to become a "New Colossus" welcoming "wretched refuse." I don't think the French people ever wanted human flotsam clogging their avenues either.

    This is all the product of globalists without any loyalty to the countries they inhabit.

    The left is going to love the EO Trump signs directing the NPS to replace that plaque at the base. Steve should do a contest to pick the best new poetry.

    • Replies: @Buzz Mohawk

    Steve should do a contest to pick the best new poetry.
     
    He sort of did recently.

    I would love it if President Trump did something like that. Hey, maybe Steve is just doing market research for that...

    Let's really come up with something perfect.
  20. Anon • Disclaimer says:

    Well… maybe it’s a cheaper way for the Green Movement.

    Environmentalists say cities must incorporate more Nature into urban areas.
    But yuppie proposals are expensive.

    Now, we have the cheap version of adding Nature to cities. Almost overnight, we have an urban jungle with shi* all over. Can’t get any more natural than that.

    And the solution? Oh yeah, bring in more ‘immigrants’ to clean up the mess of the earlier migrants. And if the new ‘immigrants’ just add more shi* to the nation? Bring in more in hope that they will clean it up.

    It’s like a fat person who keeps eating more to lose weight. Since the body has to use energy(or burn calories) to digest food, eating more will make the body burn more calories to digest food, thereby resulting in weight loss.
    So, why does the eater just get fatter and fatter? Gee, I dunno.
    Oh yeah, he’s not eating ENOUGH.

  21. “Paris isn’t Paris anymore; it’s a much different place.” —Donald J. Trump

  22. Marine Le Pen is a brave Frenchwoman. Marine Le Pen will be the next president of France. Marine Le Pen will protect France and the French people.

    Mass immigration is destroying France. Marine Le Pen will stop mass immigration.

  23. Yet another low energy post. Sad!

  24. @Georg E
    Those photos could have been taken in San Francisco. It mystifies me, that with the horrendous and painfully visible homelessness problem the US has (and is doing nothing to fix) that the left would want to channel resources to those internal "refugees" rather than importing even more from abroad.

    Yes, that is rather their point, to lavish American bounty on anyone but Americans. Appropriation. Especially more heartfelt and bonus points awarded if the bounty is from other people’s labor – no point in donating one’s own job, home, or future!

  25. @Georg E
    Those photos could have been taken in San Francisco. It mystifies me, that with the horrendous and painfully visible homelessness problem the US has (and is doing nothing to fix) that the left would want to channel resources to those internal "refugees" rather than importing even more from abroad.

    “Those photos could have been taken in San Francisco. It mystifies me, that with the horrendous and painfully visible homelessness problem the US has (and is doing nothing to fix) that the left would want to channel resources to those internal “refugees” rather than importing even more from abroad.”

    The Left cares way more about Muslims than they do about homegrown American born homeless people. To care more about the well being of your fellow American underclass over Muslim foreigners is reaching Americans first territory and that’s KKK Neo-Nazi Adolf Hitler shit.

  26. @Anonymous
    "White Nationalist Leader Praises Trump For 'De-Judification' Of The Holocaust"

    http://talkingpointsmemo.com/livewire/richard-spencer-white-nationalist-praises-trump-dejudification-of-holocaust

    Prominent white nationalist Richard Spencer lauded President Donald Trump's statement commemorating International Holocaust Memorial Day that failed to mention Jews as a “de-Judification” of the Holocaust.
     

    Richard Spencer really, really needs to go away. If he supports Trump, why on Earth would he make a statement like that? And does he really think that Trump secretly does not like Jews? Trump is probably the most pro-Israel President ever.

    • Replies: @Anonymous

    Richard Spencer really, really needs to go away. If he supports Trump, why on Earth would he make a statement like that? And does he really think that Trump secretly does not like Jews? Trump is probably the most pro-Israel President ever.
     
    The most pro-Israel President ever was Richard Nixon.
    , @Diversity Heretic
    Spencer is absolutely correct on this point. A whole lot of people suffered at the hands of the Nazis and there is no reason, unless you're Jewish and want to play the "Most Oppressed People Ever" card, to single out their suffering as particularly noteworthy. The Trump Administration statement was simply the excision of a tradition that should never have been allowed to develop in the first place.
  27. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paris_syndrome

    “Paris syndrome (French: Syndrome de Paris, Japanese: パリ症候群, Pari shōkōgun) is a transient psychological disorder exhibited by some individuals when visiting or vacationing to Paris, as a result of extreme shock resulting from their finding out that Paris is not what they had expected it to be. It is characterized by a number of psychiatric symptoms such as acute delusional states, hallucinations, feelings of persecution (perceptions of being a victim of prejudice, aggression, or hostility from others), derealization, depersonalization, anxiety, and also psychosomatic manifestations such as dizziness, tachycardia, sweating, and others, such as vomiting.[1] Similar syndromes include Jerusalem syndrome and Stendhal syndrome. The condition is commonly viewed as a severe form of culture shock. It is particularly noted among Japanese travelers.”

    • Replies: @Hippopotamusdrome
    Chinese tourists have a simalar syndrome when the visit Paris, but the symptoms are different, consisting of watering eyes, vomiting, sneezing, coughing, and temporary blindness.
  28. @Lot
    Color photos of Paris street life in the 1950's

    http://klyker.com/life-in-paris-in-the-1950s-26-photos/

    Color photos of Paris street life in the 1950’s.

    Welcome to the 2010’s, Mr. Baahnks.

  29. Where the women and children?

  30. French Revolution.

    French people are poor, we must improve their lot.

    French Devolution.

    French people are rich, we must impoverish their lot.

    ————-

    Europe.

    From poor people wanting to eat bread to bored people waiting to be dead.

  31. @Louis Renault
    The left is going to love the EO Trump signs directing the NPS to replace that plaque at the base. Steve should do a contest to pick the best new poetry.

    Steve should do a contest to pick the best new poetry.

    He sort of did recently.

    I would love it if President Trump did something like that. Hey, maybe Steve is just doing market research for that…

    Let’s really come up with something perfect.

    • Replies: @Diversity Heretic
    I nominate Rudyard Kipling's The Stranger within my Gate.
    , @fitzGetty
    Excellent.
    THE DONALD TRUMP GOLD MEDAL FOR POETRY ...
  32. @Steve Sailer
    It's sex tourism for straight men.

    Straight men do not rape young boys.

  33. @Lot
    Color photos of Paris street life in the 1950's

    http://klyker.com/life-in-paris-in-the-1950s-26-photos/

    A SJW would see these photos and sneer and spit in contempt, you can easily predict what falls out of their filthy whining mouth after that: ‘Yeah, life back then was good, only if you were white, straight male’
    But look at it now, what wondrous delight! Where would Paris be without that enriching vibrant diversity?

  34. @Mikey Darmody
    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paris_syndrome

    "Paris syndrome (French: Syndrome de Paris, Japanese: パリ症候群, Pari shōkōgun) is a transient psychological disorder exhibited by some individuals when visiting or vacationing to Paris, as a result of extreme shock resulting from their finding out that Paris is not what they had expected it to be. It is characterized by a number of psychiatric symptoms such as acute delusional states, hallucinations, feelings of persecution (perceptions of being a victim of prejudice, aggression, or hostility from others), derealization, depersonalization, anxiety, and also psychosomatic manifestations such as dizziness, tachycardia, sweating, and others, such as vomiting.[1] Similar syndromes include Jerusalem syndrome and Stendhal syndrome. The condition is commonly viewed as a severe form of culture shock. It is particularly noted among Japanese travelers."

    Chinese tourists have a simalar syndrome when the visit Paris, but the symptoms are different, consisting of watering eyes, vomiting, sneezing, coughing, and temporary blindness.

  35. @George
    I bet if you bought real estate inthe 1990s or earlier, you are enjoying the benefits of mass immigration. Government workers also benefit from being paid to provid services to immigrants, but not having them compete for your job.

    The current Merkel wave of immigrants filled every vacant building in Germany and Sweden with renters.

    The current Merkel wave of immigrants filled every vacant building in Germany and Sweden with renters.

    With rents paid by whom?

    Seems a lot like the Broken Windows Fallacy is at work.

    • Replies: @George
    With rents paid by whom? - The German or Swedish government pay to house refugees. Sesrch on: refugee profit sweden, or similar.
  36. My belief is that the reason environmentalists only talk about global warming now is that it is an abstraction. The effects can never be proven beyond a shadow of a doubt in a similar way you cannot prove smoking caused a particular person’s cancer. But you can also make the claim that everything bad is caused by it. This allows the environmental movement to avoid discussing much more concrete problems such as population, consumption, and quality of life issues that dominated back in the 70’s when the movement really got going. Does anyone remember the bumper sticker, “Think Globally, Act Locally”?

    In an odd way, Trump was the true environmental President due to his stance on immigration. By limiting the number of people who can come in, it will save our fish, sky, and agricultural land but all the Sierra Club wants to talk about is Brown environmentalism. Scenes like the picture above would have offended the sensibilities of every environmentalist even a few decades ago. Coming to a whitopia near you soon.

  37. @Jim Don Bob
    Paris is off my Bucket List.

    Paris is still a really excellent place to spend some time. It’s still the cradle of much of modern European civilization. It’s still amazing. The migrants are mostly restricted to certain areas. Though, there are too many swarmy people milling about but it’s not as vibrant as NYC.

    My mother who had not visited since 1981 went back last spring. She was horrified by the number of street dwelling boat people. She is a “nice white lady” but she was still aghast. The sheer volume of wretched humanity in the world escapes most people’s minds. Nevertheless, she enjoyed Paris for what it still can be.

    In a decade or two I imagine your sentiments will prove correct. I see civil war in France within twenty years. It won’t be long now my dear. . .

    • Replies: @Jim Don Bob
    Thanks
  38. @Georg E
    Those photos could have been taken in San Francisco. It mystifies me, that with the horrendous and painfully visible homelessness problem the US has (and is doing nothing to fix) that the left would want to channel resources to those internal "refugees" rather than importing even more from abroad.

    It mystifies me, that with the horrendous and painfully visible homelessness problem the US has (and is doing nothing to fix)

    The “homelessness problem” in the U.S. only exists when a Republican is in the White House. Since Our Lord and Savior Barack H. Obama occupied it for the last eight years, there was no homeless problem.

    Now that Trump’s in office, you’ll be hearing about it soon enough.

    • Replies: @Mr. Anon

    The “homelessness problem” in the U.S. only exists when a Republican is in the White House. Since Our Lord and Savior Barack H. Obama occupied it for the last eight years, there was no homeless problem.

    Now that Trump’s in office, you’ll be hearing about it soon enough.
     

    I'm surprised the media didn't role out the stories already on January 21st, but then other stories intervened.

    Perhaps it Republicans=Homelessness Crisis meme will be tuned up a little for the teens. Maybe the real national problem now is the plight of homeless trans-people.

  39. Who’s been providing the tents? A lot of enabling going on here but then that’s been part of the entire story.

  40. Anonymous [AKA "Everyman"] says:
    @JerseyGuy
    Richard Spencer really, really needs to go away. If he supports Trump, why on Earth would he make a statement like that? And does he really think that Trump secretly does not like Jews? Trump is probably the most pro-Israel President ever.

    Richard Spencer really, really needs to go away. If he supports Trump, why on Earth would he make a statement like that? And does he really think that Trump secretly does not like Jews? Trump is probably the most pro-Israel President ever.

    The most pro-Israel President ever was Richard Nixon.

  41. @Steve Sailer
    It's sex tourism for straight men.

    Captain Ahab asks:

    “Joey, have you ever been in a Turkish prison?”

  42. @Dr. X

    It mystifies me, that with the horrendous and painfully visible homelessness problem the US has (and is doing nothing to fix)
     
    The "homelessness problem" in the U.S. only exists when a Republican is in the White House. Since Our Lord and Savior Barack H. Obama occupied it for the last eight years, there was no homeless problem.

    Now that Trump's in office, you'll be hearing about it soon enough.

    The “homelessness problem” in the U.S. only exists when a Republican is in the White House. Since Our Lord and Savior Barack H. Obama occupied it for the last eight years, there was no homeless problem.

    Now that Trump’s in office, you’ll be hearing about it soon enough.

    I’m surprised the media didn’t role out the stories already on January 21st, but then other stories intervened.

    Perhaps it Republicans=Homelessness Crisis meme will be tuned up a little for the teens. Maybe the real national problem now is the plight of homeless trans-people.

  43. @Steve Sailer
    It's sex tourism for straight men.

    It’s sex tourism for straight men.

    Happy Refugee Sexy-Time

  44. Just third worlders creating their natural third world home environment.

  45. @JerseyGuy
    Richard Spencer really, really needs to go away. If he supports Trump, why on Earth would he make a statement like that? And does he really think that Trump secretly does not like Jews? Trump is probably the most pro-Israel President ever.

    Spencer is absolutely correct on this point. A whole lot of people suffered at the hands of the Nazis and there is no reason, unless you’re Jewish and want to play the “Most Oppressed People Ever” card, to single out their suffering as particularly noteworthy. The Trump Administration statement was simply the excision of a tradition that should never have been allowed to develop in the first place.

  46. @Buzz Mohawk

    Steve should do a contest to pick the best new poetry.
     
    He sort of did recently.

    I would love it if President Trump did something like that. Hey, maybe Steve is just doing market research for that...

    Let's really come up with something perfect.

    I nominate Rudyard Kipling’s The Stranger within my Gate.

    • Agree: Almost Missouri
  47. These jungles wake up at dusk.

    I can’t wait to hear the politicians’ explanations when France will lose her 1st place in the world as a tourist destination, I guesstimate around 2020, maybe before.

  48. @TangoMan
    The current Merkel wave of immigrants filled every vacant building in Germany and Sweden with renters.

    With rents paid by whom?

    Seems a lot like the Broken Windows Fallacy is at work.

    With rents paid by whom? – The German or Swedish government pay to house refugees. Sesrch on: refugee profit sweden, or similar.

  49. @Jack O'Fire
    Don't we have similar scenes in our major cities? I recently saw footage of LA traffic and there were tents on the sidewalks. Heck I remember all the bums under the bridges in south Florida 25 yeas ago.

    Why do we always add to the problem? Generosity, NO, Stupidity...

    It’s so ridiculous when american conservatives try to argue how much better America is by criticizing European cities as run down, crime ridden, and impoverished. It’s especially bad among main stream conservatives who are incredibly PC about american blacks but are completely unhinged in their criticism of Muslims.

  50. @Yak-15
    Paris is still a really excellent place to spend some time. It's still the cradle of much of modern European civilization. It's still amazing. The migrants are mostly restricted to certain areas. Though, there are too many swarmy people milling about but it's not as vibrant as NYC.

    My mother who had not visited since 1981 went back last spring. She was horrified by the number of street dwelling boat people. She is a "nice white lady" but she was still aghast. The sheer volume of wretched humanity in the world escapes most people's minds. Nevertheless, she enjoyed Paris for what it still can be.

    In a decade or two I imagine your sentiments will prove correct. I see civil war in France within twenty years. It won't be long now my dear. . .

    Thanks

  51. Zurich airport is not run down at all …

  52. Skip Paris this year … the atmosphere is dodgy, feral in the side streets, edgy in what were once the grandest public spaces …

  53. @Buzz Mohawk

    Steve should do a contest to pick the best new poetry.
     
    He sort of did recently.

    I would love it if President Trump did something like that. Hey, maybe Steve is just doing market research for that...

    Let's really come up with something perfect.

    Excellent.
    THE DONALD TRUMP GOLD MEDAL FOR POETRY …

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