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Four weeks ago in Taki’s Magazine, I cited the huge issue for the future of our country raised by the Establishment meltdown over a photo of a Border Patrolman on horseback responding to a Haitian immigrant:

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? …

And, worst of all, the Border Patrol was impeding migrants who are black. That makes them better than you.

From the New York Times news section today, confirming what I noticed then:

After Del Rio, Calls for Fairer Treatment of Black Migrants

The treatment of Haitians apprehended in Del Rio, Texas, has galvanized civil rights groups and others to press for change.

A Border Patrol agent chasing a Haitian migrant in Del Rio, Texas, in September. A recent report found that Black migrants face a higher rate of deportation than any other race.Credit…Paul Ratje/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images

By Eileen Sullivan
Oct. 19, 2021

WASHINGTON — Last fall, Joseph R. Biden Jr. made a stop in Miami’s Little Haiti neighborhood during his presidential campaign, pleading with residents to register to vote. “I’ll give you my word as a Biden, I’ll be there,” he told them. “I’ll stand with you.”

But as the Biden administration ignored pleas from advocates and some lawmakers not to deport thousands of Haitians back to their broken country last month after they arrived en masse in Del Rio, Texas, many Haitian Americans say the man they turned out for in last year’s election is nowhere to be found.

“People absolutely felt abandoned when they saw the horrific images in Del Rio,” said Vanessa Joseph, the chairwoman of the Haitian American Voter Empowerment Coalition.

The White House responded with outrage to viral images of Border Patrol agents on horseback, corralling Black migrants in scenes that some compared to the treatment of fugitive slaves. Some also made connections to police violence against Black Americans. Mr. Biden said the agents would “pay” for their actions and awaited the results of a continuing investigation.

By the way, over half of Border Patrol agents are Hispanic. Biden’s mindless knee jerk condemnation of BP agents doing their duty regarding black aliens isn’t going to help him among traditionally Democratic Rio Grande Valley Hispanic-Americans, who already surged toward Trump last year, after a year in which Democrats decided that blacks are Black and Latinos are Latinx.

… But what happened in Del Rio is not just about the horses, immigration and civil rights advocates said. It is about the poor treatment of Black migrants that has spanned administrations, often overshadowed by the larger debate about the broken immigration system and a persistent focus on waves of migrants from Central America.

Recent reports have found that Black migrants are more often placed in solitary confinement in immigration detention, face a higher rate of deportation than any other race and see higher bonds set by immigration judges.

… Regardless, the images of agents on horseback drew such a visceral reaction not just from immigration advocates, but also from Black Americans and powerful civil rights organizations like the N.A.A.C.P., that many see this as a moment to effect change.

“The connections have been made for Black people,” said Judith Browne Dianis, the executive director of the Advancement Project, a civil rights organization. “And accountability requires that the Biden administration act, because all Black people saw it, and we can’t unsee it.”

Even after Mr. Biden condemned the corralling of migrants in Del Rio, his administration sent dozens more deportation flights to Haiti, totaling nearly 8,000 people …

The issue could become a political liability for Democrats going into the 2022 midterm elections, said Adrianne Shropshire, the executive director of BlackPAC, a political organizing group. Black voter turnout in 2022, she said, will be critical for the Democrats to hold onto their majorities in the House and the Senate.

“It would be a mistake to think that Black Americans are somehow not paying attention to immigration issues,” Ms. Shropshire said, “particularly because the images that we saw are so jarring.”

… The overwhelming majority of deportation flights went to Haiti, with others going to Cameroon, the Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Guatemala, Liberia, Mexico, Rwanda and Senegal, according to an administration official who was not authorized to speak publicly.

Cameroon, Liberia, Rwanda, and Senegal are African countries.

Democrats in Congress have also pushed the administration to temporarily stop deporting Cameroonians, citing armed conflicts in the country. The Trump administration was accused of mistreating people from the central African nation. …

Senators on the Foreign Relations Committee recently sent a letter to the secretaries of state and homeland security to express “outrage and disappointment over the cruel treatment of Haitians at our border, and their summary deportations.” …

And finally, the NYT reporters explain a few Off-Narrative facts:

Although it was unusual for such a large group of migrants to cross the border illegally at once, what happened in Del Rio is most likely just the tip of the iceberg. Currently, tens of thousands of migrants — including many Haitians — are crossing a dangerous and roadless jungle that connects South America to the north, fleeing economic hardship caused by the pandemic.

As I summed up last month:

… as I’ve been pointing out for many years, the most obvious massive threat in the foreseeable future is that the population of sub-Saharan Africa is exploding at a time when the will to defend the territories of the white world is cratering. …

Wokeism is simply the ideological rationalization of white dispossession.

 
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  1. The deportation flights don’t amount to anything. These are just for show. Biden and his controllers do this to appease the sheeple who are not sports ball fans, and to stupidly hope that these boomerang flights will impress Haitians and Africans enough. Enough to not decamp for America.

    What we need are deportation ships. The cruise lines are doing nothing much, they would be happy to have their ships chartered for one way voyages to Guatemala, Honduras, Haiti, Senegal, Ghana, Nigeria and so on. With one section of the ship with leg-irons, for deportees who act up. What we will need are a few Robo-Cop enforcers on board to keep the deported from getting out of line. The chow on board will be cold, half cooked potatoes. (what a friend got in county lockup)

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
    @Clyde

    I'm not against your idea, Clyde, but a serious program of repatriation flights can work pretty well. Swift Air flies a few dozen 737's, and, for these flights south, they carry 150 "passengers" in steerage, errr, coach class with 15 armed guards, errr, flight attendants, yeah, that's the ticket. Each can get down to most of these places in this or the southern hemisphere out of Miami, though I don't think Santiago, Chile, directly. They can do a round-trip flight a day, and two for some of the closer locales.

    They could fly 5,000 to 10,000 down there a day, and that's just one company. No, they couldn't make it to anywhere in Africa, I doubt, unless they were to launch out of somewhere further south than Miami.

    Swift Air used to use the call sign "Repatriate [Flt. #]", and I was told by one of their pilots that they have lots of "frequent fliers", due to NO WALL!

  2. … over half of Border Patrol agents are Hispanic. Biden’s mindless knee jerk condemnation of BP agents doing their duty regarding black aliens isn’t going to help him among traditionally Democratic Rio Grande Valley Hispanic-Americans, who already surged toward Trump last year…

    That’s what I’m sayin’. Thanks.

    • Replies: @Redmen
    @Buzz Mohawk

    This is a great point. I remember laughing when I read that Hispanic men were the ONLY demographic who thought that Trump had won the first debate against Biden last year. And it was by a sizable margin IIRC.

    All other demo groups and the MSM universally panned Trump for being too aggressive and "mean" to Biden. Of course Trump didn't win the Hispanic vote. But I suspect he'll do a lot better next time around.

  3. Wokeism is simply the ideological rationalization of white dispossession.

    Sadly true.

  4. Uh you guys do know don’t you that the majority of people support essentially open borders?

    I believe the observation of one of my female colleagues: “Maybe now I can find a man that can satisfy my needs”

    • Troll: YetAnotherAnon
    • Replies: @Stebbing Heuer
    @Ebony Obelisk

    LOL.

    Replies: @Alfa158

    , @fish
    @Ebony Obelisk

    Oh's Ebony's.......



    https://m.media-amazon.com/images/I/51emSChVd0L._AC_SL1000_.jpg

    , @El Dato
    @Ebony Obelisk

    Powerful white office sluts will suck Africa dry!

    , @MEH 0910
    @Ebony Obelisk

    https://twitter.com/MailOnline/status/1448313339021496324

    https://twitter.com/MailOnline/status/1448313346600669188
    https://twitter.com/MailOnline/status/1448313354649546752
    https://twitter.com/MailOnline/status/1448313362962690052

    Replies: @Rob

    , @anon
    @Ebony Obelisk


    Uh you guys do know don’t you that the majority of people support essentially open borders?
     
    yeah the majority in the govt and MSM, not the actual American people

    I believe the observation of one of my female colleagues: “Maybe now I can find a man that can satisfy my needs”
     
    Mr Ebony here, he's got an extra quarter inch on the pee pee but he's down 25 points on the IQ and he thinks he got the better of the deal
    , @MEH 0910
    @Ebony Obelisk

    https://www.vice.com/en/article/m7eb4v/pablo-escobars-cocaine-hippos-wont-stop-having-sex-and-pooping

    https://twitter.com/petchary/status/1400596031990022145

    https://twitter.com/VICENews/status/1400422013899001861

    , @MEH 0910
    @Ebony Obelisk

    https://gizmodo.com/pablo-escobars-cocaine-hippos-are-legally-people-court-1847904417

    https://twitter.com/Gizmodo/status/1451167772671557636


    All was well until the hippos started fucking. Now, there are up to 120 hippos roaming around Colombia, and they are considered one of the top invasive species in the world. Authorities have weighed a plan to kill the hippos off and on since 2009, and its recently gained steam.

    Last July, Colombian attorney Luis Domingo Gómez Maldonado filed a lawsuit on the hippos’ behalf to save them from being euthanized. Instead, the case recommends sterilization. Colombian officials announced a plan to use a chemical contraceptive developed by the U.S. Agriculture Department to sterilize “the main group” of the hippos, and the region’s environmental agency Cornare began to implement the plan on Friday, darting 24 hippos.
     

    It’s true that the descendants of Escobar’s hippos are posing real problems. They’re eating massive quantities of foliage and thereby threatening the food supply for native species on the Magdalena River like otters, spectacled caimans, and turtles. The hippos’ voluminous poop (sorry) is also altering local waterways’ chemistry and oxygen levels, which can lead to algae blooms that sicken people and wildlife alike. The hippos have also been straight-up attacking people, chasing them around, and even seriously injuring one man in May 2020. And the creatures are continuing to procreate, too, with estimates from one group of scientists which were published in the journal Biological Conservation showing that there could be more than 1,400 hippos roaming the country by the end of the next decade.
     
  5. …the Haitian American Voter Empowerment Coalition

    So some people think Haitians need more power to set policy in this country.

    I realize there is a lot of ruin in a nation, but I didn’t think there was this much.

    • Replies: @Sick of Orcs
    @bomag

    Without checking, willing to bet the "Empowerment Coalition" is founded/run by a berg or stein.

    Replies: @kaganovitch

    , @James Speaks
    @bomag

    They need more cow bell.

  6. @bomag

    ...the Haitian American Voter Empowerment Coalition
     
    So some people think Haitians need more power to set policy in this country.

    I realize there is a lot of ruin in a nation, but I didn't think there was this much.

    Replies: @Sick of Orcs, @James Speaks

    Without checking, willing to bet the “Empowerment Coalition” is founded/run by a berg or stein.

    • Replies: @kaganovitch
    @Sick of Orcs

    Without checking, willing to bet "Empowerment Coalition” is founded/run by a berg or stein.

    Nope. Both the executive and the management team are across the board Black.

  7. How do “Western” elites feel about African migration into Israel?

    Do they feel any “White guilt” regarding the treatment of African migrants in Israel?

    • Replies: @Clyde
    @JohnnyWalker123


    Do they feel any “White guilt” regarding the treatment of African migrants in Israel?
     
    You have to be Jewish to move to Israel. You don't qualify, and neither do illegal African immigrants. My understanding is that Israel manages to deport most but not all African interlopers. That there are illegal alien black Africans living in Israel. What, maybe 10-20 thousand of them? Israel today has all borders fenced off, with armed, militarized response backups, thus is immune to a black sub-Saharan surge.
  8. Is it common for Hispanic-American border patrol agents to take bribes from Mexican human traffickers&drug dealers?

    • Replies: @Tony massey
    @JohnnyWalker123

    When i lived in the Rio Grande Valley i knew many BP agents and all were Hispanic.
    I lived in McAllen and Edinburgh and In both places my next door neighbors were both BP.
    i mean, who knows what they were really like but i couldn't say a bad thing about those guys or any of their colleagues i met.
    Outstanding guys. Genuinely nice and i think very professional.
    I complimented one of those guys sunglasses once and he took them off and insisted i keep them. I did.

  9. Once again, I have to ask the question:

    If [country run by ethnic group X] is so bad that [people of ethnic group X] flee in large numbers from their co-ethnics, why should I expect any places where [people of ethnic group X] are resettled to be any different, and why would I want any [people of ethnic group X] around me?

    For the purposes of this thread, X is Haitians, but there are many other values of X for which the above statement stands.

    • Agree: ziggurat
    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
    @Technite78

    The framework in the U.S. for thinking about anybody claiming to be a refugee was established by Jews, with the paradigmatic example being Einstein fleeing the Nazis.

    Replies: @Technite78, @Steve Sailer, @Anonymous, @Wilkey, @flyingtiger, @Corvinus

    , @Hannah Katz
    @Technite78

    Tiny and Ebony would like to take it a step further and allow (ethnic group X) to not only come here and live under their failed state's customs, but to rule over us. You know, DIE is cool.

    , @pirelli
    @Technite78

    I mean, you know the answer. [country run by ethnic group X] is bad because 200 years ago it was run by ethnic group Y who was mean to ethnic group X. Then ethnic group Y left (or was driven out violently), but the evil spirit of ethnic group Y remained, forever poisoning the very ground of [country run by ethnic group X]. This is why ethnic group X must be allowed to immigrate at will to ethnic group Y’s country today, to escape the evil spirits of ethnic group Y by moving to where ethnic group Y lives.

  10. @Ebony Obelisk
    Uh you guys do know don’t you that the majority of people support essentially open borders?

    I believe the observation of one of my female colleagues: “Maybe now I can find a man that can satisfy my needs”

    Replies: @Stebbing Heuer, @fish, @El Dato, @MEH 0910, @anon, @MEH 0910, @MEH 0910

    LOL.

    • Replies: @Alfa158
    @Stebbing Heuer

    Duck is back. Never figured out why he goes silent for long stretches.

  11. @Technite78
    Once again, I have to ask the question:

    If [country run by ethnic group X] is so bad that [people of ethnic group X] flee in large numbers from their co-ethnics, why should I expect any places where [people of ethnic group X] are resettled to be any different, and why would I want any [people of ethnic group X] around me?

    For the purposes of this thread, X is Haitians, but there are many other values of X for which the above statement stands.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @Hannah Katz, @pirelli

    The framework in the U.S. for thinking about anybody claiming to be a refugee was established by Jews, with the paradigmatic example being Einstein fleeing the Nazis.

    • Replies: @Technite78
    @Steve Sailer

    I don't disagree (even if the analogy is not quite perfect, as Jews were not fleeing from co-ethnics). I just suggest that we should learn from our mistakes.

    , @Steve Sailer
    @Steve Sailer

    The system doesn't work as ideally when the refugee isn't Einstein and he isn't fleeing Hitler.

    Replies: @anon, @Corvinus

    , @Anonymous
    @Steve Sailer


    The framework in the U.S. for thinking about anybody claiming to be a refugee was established by Jews, with the paradigmatic example being Einstein fleeing the Nazis.
     
    That could be more a rationalization for destroying Whites as a distinct group (by removing the borders of their nation-states) than it is anything else.
    , @Wilkey
    @Steve Sailer

    Likewise, the media likes to talk about immigration as if modern immigrants were as brave and courageous as the early immigrants and settlers who crossed on sailing ships or covered wagons and had to build up this country from scratch.

    Replies: @Corvinus

    , @flyingtiger
    @Steve Sailer

    Or dodging bullets as they climb over the Berlin wall.

    , @Corvinus
    @Steve Sailer

    "The framework in the U.S. for thinking about anybody claiming to be a refugee was established by Jews..."

    Which Jew/Jews? Please be specific.

    Replies: @Boomthorkell

  12. @Steve Sailer
    @Technite78

    The framework in the U.S. for thinking about anybody claiming to be a refugee was established by Jews, with the paradigmatic example being Einstein fleeing the Nazis.

    Replies: @Technite78, @Steve Sailer, @Anonymous, @Wilkey, @flyingtiger, @Corvinus

    I don’t disagree (even if the analogy is not quite perfect, as Jews were not fleeing from co-ethnics). I just suggest that we should learn from our mistakes.

  13. The reader comments on this article are almost uniformly pro deportation of the Haitians (and the few that aren’t are mostly expressing shock that the vast majority of NYT commenters have turned so Trumpish on this issue).

    Top 3 comments below:

    1. “Biden better learn to ignore these activists. If he thinks the larger American population will tolerate millions being welcomed illegally or abusing the asylum system he has another thing coming.“

    2. “To a hammer, everything looks like a nail. To a civil rights activist, everything looks like the worst atrocity ever.

    I’m not a civil rights activist. I don’t see anything wrong with ‘the images from Del Rio.’

    People try to break our laws and come into America without authorization. The Border Patrol’s job is to keep them out, which is not an easy job. I see them doing their job.”

    3. “Here’s a scenario: someone lost their job and is being hunted by a criminal cartel. They want to hide in your house, and in fact stay there forever. They tell you they will do some odd jobs that you don’t want or cannot do yourself. They say that when they get a new job they will contribute to your mortgage payment.

    Maybe it’s a good deal for you.

    If you are a proponent of legal controlled immigration, you would sit them down, ask them a bunch of questions and do a background check to you know whom you are dealing with.

    What it seems progressives want in this scenario is for this person to have the absolute right to storm through your door, make themselves comfortable on the couch, maybe make the above offer, maybe not. If you call the police, in their eyes, you are the oppressor.

    Ask yourself which scenario you would abide in your home?”

    • Replies: @BenjaminL
    @pirelli

    I noticed that too; thanks for pointing that out.

    Washington Watcher's recent column also notes that EU leaders have mostly come to their senses on the 'refugee' issue as well -- especially France, where the top four presidential candidates are all running on varying degrees of immigration restriction.

    Perhaps many US/EU voters have common-sense views on the issue but don't want to vote for a Trump / Le Pen figure because of the "ick factor."

    Is the tide turning??

    Replies: @Redmen

    , @lavoisier
    @pirelli

    That is fantastic news.

    If even the clueless liberals are waking up to the reality that letting in millions of Third World people to your country on a regular basis is not really a very good idea there may be some hope.

    Haitians are not welcome anywhere. Not even in Haiti.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

  14. @Technite78
    Once again, I have to ask the question:

    If [country run by ethnic group X] is so bad that [people of ethnic group X] flee in large numbers from their co-ethnics, why should I expect any places where [people of ethnic group X] are resettled to be any different, and why would I want any [people of ethnic group X] around me?

    For the purposes of this thread, X is Haitians, but there are many other values of X for which the above statement stands.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @Hannah Katz, @pirelli

    Tiny and Ebony would like to take it a step further and allow (ethnic group X) to not only come here and live under their failed state’s customs, but to rule over us. You know, DIE is cool.

  15. NYT:

    And, worst of all, the Border Patrol was impeding migrants who are black. That makes them better than you.

    No, it makes ME feel better about THEM – the Border Patrol, that is. It’s worth a “thank you for your service”, something I’m not about to say to some fat-assed fucker in camo.

    • Agree: lavoisier
    • Replies: @Alfa158
    @Achmed E. Newman

    Border Patrol agents are predominantly of Mexican descent. They have no problem at all going vaquero on Blacks. If they’d probably be happy to do it in south Los Angeles if invited to do so.

  16. Regarding your title, Steve, have these NY Times writers really READ that book?! It doesn’t end well for people like them (or anyone else in France, for that matter).

  17. @Clyde
    The deportation flights don't amount to anything. These are just for show. Biden and his controllers do this to appease the sheeple who are not sports ball fans, and to stupidly hope that these boomerang flights will impress Haitians and Africans enough. Enough to not decamp for America.

    What we need are deportation ships. The cruise lines are doing nothing much, they would be happy to have their ships chartered for one way voyages to Guatemala, Honduras, Haiti, Senegal, Ghana, Nigeria and so on. With one section of the ship with leg-irons, for deportees who act up. What we will need are a few Robo-Cop enforcers on board to keep the deported from getting out of line. The chow on board will be cold, half cooked potatoes. (what a friend got in county lockup)

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman

    I’m not against your idea, Clyde, but a serious program of repatriation flights can work pretty well. Swift Air flies a few dozen 737’s, and, for these flights south, they carry 150 “passengers” in steerage, errr, coach class with 15 armed guards, errr, flight attendants, yeah, that’s the ticket. Each can get down to most of these places in this or the southern hemisphere out of Miami, though I don’t think Santiago, Chile, directly. They can do a round-trip flight a day, and two for some of the closer locales.

    They could fly 5,000 to 10,000 down there a day, and that’s just one company. No, they couldn’t make it to anywhere in Africa, I doubt, unless they were to launch out of somewhere further south than Miami.

    Swift Air used to use the call sign “Repatriate [Flt. #]”, and I was told by one of their pilots that they have lots of “frequent fliers”, due to NO WALL!

  18. @Steve Sailer
    @Technite78

    The framework in the U.S. for thinking about anybody claiming to be a refugee was established by Jews, with the paradigmatic example being Einstein fleeing the Nazis.

    Replies: @Technite78, @Steve Sailer, @Anonymous, @Wilkey, @flyingtiger, @Corvinus

    The system doesn’t work as ideally when the refugee isn’t Einstein and he isn’t fleeing Hitler.

    • Agree: Catdompanj
    • Replies: @anon
    @Steve Sailer

    As the great (although limited) commentator rhhardin often has stated, the goal is morality through proper what-could-be-considered indoctrination but is really simply culturely-induced decency.

    Religion seems to be out, for good reasons, namely nihilistic heresy at the top of the feifdomes such as the Catholic Church, which has for 2000 years helped billions of regular people toward a better life with extremely excellent results for many. Same can be said at a smaller scale for others.

    How to get there? I have nothing better to offer than Patrick Madrid (sp?) of Releveant Radio.

    , @Corvinus
    @Steve Sailer

    According to Who/Whom?

  19. @Ebony Obelisk
    Uh you guys do know don’t you that the majority of people support essentially open borders?

    I believe the observation of one of my female colleagues: “Maybe now I can find a man that can satisfy my needs”

    Replies: @Stebbing Heuer, @fish, @El Dato, @MEH 0910, @anon, @MEH 0910, @MEH 0910

    Oh’s Ebony’s…….

    • LOL: MEH 0910
  20. Funny thing is, there’s be no complaints at all if the border guards were horse-whipping them into America.

    • Agree: fish
  21. Wokeism is simply the ideological rationalization of white dispossession.

    Is it the rationalization or is it the methodology?

  22. @pirelli
    The reader comments on this article are almost uniformly pro deportation of the Haitians (and the few that aren’t are mostly expressing shock that the vast majority of NYT commenters have turned so Trumpish on this issue).

    Top 3 comments below:

    1. “Biden better learn to ignore these activists. If he thinks the larger American population will tolerate millions being welcomed illegally or abusing the asylum system he has another thing coming.“

    2. “To a hammer, everything looks like a nail. To a civil rights activist, everything looks like the worst atrocity ever.

    I’m not a civil rights activist. I don’t see anything wrong with ‘the images from Del Rio.’

    People try to break our laws and come into America without authorization. The Border Patrol’s job is to keep them out, which is not an easy job. I see them doing their job.”

    3. “Here's a scenario: someone lost their job and is being hunted by a criminal cartel. They want to hide in your house, and in fact stay there forever. They tell you they will do some odd jobs that you don't want or cannot do yourself. They say that when they get a new job they will contribute to your mortgage payment.

    Maybe it's a good deal for you.

    If you are a proponent of legal controlled immigration, you would sit them down, ask them a bunch of questions and do a background check to you know whom you are dealing with.

    What it seems progressives want in this scenario is for this person to have the absolute right to storm through your door, make themselves comfortable on the couch, maybe make the above offer, maybe not. If you call the police, in their eyes, you are the oppressor.

    Ask yourself which scenario you would abide in your home?”

    Replies: @BenjaminL, @lavoisier

    I noticed that too; thanks for pointing that out.

    Washington Watcher’s recent column also notes that EU leaders have mostly come to their senses on the ‘refugee’ issue as well — especially France, where the top four presidential candidates are all running on varying degrees of immigration restriction.

    Perhaps many US/EU voters have common-sense views on the issue but don’t want to vote for a Trump / Le Pen figure because of the “ick factor.”

    Is the tide turning??

    • Replies: @Redmen
    @BenjaminL

    The next election isn't for more than 3 years. I think most unhypnotized folks will have gotten over the "ick factor" by 2024. The MSM will attempt to keep the anti-Trump fires burning, but there will be vastly diminishing returns on their propaganda.

    Trump has deflected 2 impeachments by Congress in a year and lost a close (and highly questionable) national election. With his sinking popularity and diminishing mental capacity, Biden cannot be the next candidate for the Dems. It remains to be seen who can emerge from a party with no appealing figures.

  23. Anonymous[383] • Disclaimer says:
    @Steve Sailer
    @Technite78

    The framework in the U.S. for thinking about anybody claiming to be a refugee was established by Jews, with the paradigmatic example being Einstein fleeing the Nazis.

    Replies: @Technite78, @Steve Sailer, @Anonymous, @Wilkey, @flyingtiger, @Corvinus

    The framework in the U.S. for thinking about anybody claiming to be a refugee was established by Jews, with the paradigmatic example being Einstein fleeing the Nazis.

    That could be more a rationalization for destroying Whites as a distinct group (by removing the borders of their nation-states) than it is anything else.

  24. Just a quick note to clarify for people, there is a difference between border patrol and border control.

    The former are the ones already inside the United States who are supposed to patrol the border and they do so sometimes even a hundred miles northward.

    Very few of them care too much to do their job well because, after all as you see here, there isn’t much glory or thanks for it.

    But they do tend to be amiable people. In general, good public servants or not, they’re not bad folk.

    Border CONtrol however are stationed at the actual border. And while I’m sure there are exceptions, and I should also know that everyone has their good and bad days, by and large if you imagine the worst kind of police and then square that, those are the sort of people you’re talking about.

    I’m referring to the land crossing border control obviously. And, not obviously, I’m even including the ones on the border with canada.

    Our border PAtrol people however, and yeah, many of them are hispanic, tend to be pretty cool folk that you would enjoy hanging out with.

  25. @Steve Sailer
    @Technite78

    The framework in the U.S. for thinking about anybody claiming to be a refugee was established by Jews, with the paradigmatic example being Einstein fleeing the Nazis.

    Replies: @Technite78, @Steve Sailer, @Anonymous, @Wilkey, @flyingtiger, @Corvinus

    Likewise, the media likes to talk about immigration as if modern immigrants were as brave and courageous as the early immigrants and settlers who crossed on sailing ships or covered wagons and had to build up this country from scratch.

    • Agree: flyingtiger
    • Replies: @Corvinus
    @Wilkey

    They are.

  26. You’re acting like the elites want things to turn out well. They don’t. They hate this country and its people.

  27. Tell all this to a liberal and they’ll just regurgitate some pablum about “Nation of Immigrants” that they heard in the media. It isn’t just the corrupt office-holders, it’s the regular citizens – brainwashed NPCs who believe and do as they’re told. The blue parts of the country are, collectively, an anchor dragging the rest of us down. Separate countries.

  28. Last fall, Joseph R. Biden Jr. made a stop in

    Since when have they referred to him with his full name? I don’t recall him being referred to as anything but “Joe Biden” until a few weeks ago. It’s very strange, they should say President Biden instead of his full name.

    • Replies: @AndrewR
    @Magic Dirt Resident

    He wasn't president last fall

  29. @Buzz Mohawk

    ... over half of Border Patrol agents are Hispanic. Biden’s mindless knee jerk condemnation of BP agents doing their duty regarding black aliens isn’t going to help him among traditionally Democratic Rio Grande Valley Hispanic-Americans, who already surged toward Trump last year...
     
    That's what I'm sayin'. Thanks.

    Replies: @Redmen

    This is a great point. I remember laughing when I read that Hispanic men were the ONLY demographic who thought that Trump had won the first debate against Biden last year. And it was by a sizable margin IIRC.

    All other demo groups and the MSM universally panned Trump for being too aggressive and “mean” to Biden. Of course Trump didn’t win the Hispanic vote. But I suspect he’ll do a lot better next time around.

  30. @Sick of Orcs
    @bomag

    Without checking, willing to bet the "Empowerment Coalition" is founded/run by a berg or stein.

    Replies: @kaganovitch

    Without checking, willing to bet “Empowerment Coalition” is founded/run by a berg or stein.

    Nope. Both the executive and the management team are across the board Black.

  31. @pirelli
    The reader comments on this article are almost uniformly pro deportation of the Haitians (and the few that aren’t are mostly expressing shock that the vast majority of NYT commenters have turned so Trumpish on this issue).

    Top 3 comments below:

    1. “Biden better learn to ignore these activists. If he thinks the larger American population will tolerate millions being welcomed illegally or abusing the asylum system he has another thing coming.“

    2. “To a hammer, everything looks like a nail. To a civil rights activist, everything looks like the worst atrocity ever.

    I’m not a civil rights activist. I don’t see anything wrong with ‘the images from Del Rio.’

    People try to break our laws and come into America without authorization. The Border Patrol’s job is to keep them out, which is not an easy job. I see them doing their job.”

    3. “Here's a scenario: someone lost their job and is being hunted by a criminal cartel. They want to hide in your house, and in fact stay there forever. They tell you they will do some odd jobs that you don't want or cannot do yourself. They say that when they get a new job they will contribute to your mortgage payment.

    Maybe it's a good deal for you.

    If you are a proponent of legal controlled immigration, you would sit them down, ask them a bunch of questions and do a background check to you know whom you are dealing with.

    What it seems progressives want in this scenario is for this person to have the absolute right to storm through your door, make themselves comfortable on the couch, maybe make the above offer, maybe not. If you call the police, in their eyes, you are the oppressor.

    Ask yourself which scenario you would abide in your home?”

    Replies: @BenjaminL, @lavoisier

    That is fantastic news.

    If even the clueless liberals are waking up to the reality that letting in millions of Third World people to your country on a regular basis is not really a very good idea there may be some hope.

    Haitians are not welcome anywhere. Not even in Haiti.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    @lavoisier




    The overwhelming majority of deportation flights went to Haiti...
     
    The reader comments on this article are almost uniformly pro deportation of the Haitians...
     
    Haitians are not welcome anywhere. Not even in Haiti.
     
    Ooh, ooh, no hesitation
    No tears and no hearts breaking, no remorse
    Ooh, ooh, congratulations
    This is your Haitian divorce.



    Haitians trick empty bellies with dirt cookies

    That's from 2008.
  32. @JohnnyWalker123
    How do "Western" elites feel about African migration into Israel?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cRBvGIzz1Ds

    Do they feel any "White guilt" regarding the treatment of African migrants in Israel?

    Replies: @Clyde

    Do they feel any “White guilt” regarding the treatment of African migrants in Israel?

    You have to be Jewish to move to Israel. You don’t qualify, and neither do illegal African immigrants. My understanding is that Israel manages to deport most but not all African interlopers. That there are illegal alien black Africans living in Israel. What, maybe 10-20 thousand of them? Israel today has all borders fenced off, with armed, militarized response backups, thus is immune to a black sub-Saharan surge.

  33. By the way, over half of Border Patrol agents are Hispanic.

    Maybe it’s time to capitalize on their special abilities?

  34. @BenjaminL
    @pirelli

    I noticed that too; thanks for pointing that out.

    Washington Watcher's recent column also notes that EU leaders have mostly come to their senses on the 'refugee' issue as well -- especially France, where the top four presidential candidates are all running on varying degrees of immigration restriction.

    Perhaps many US/EU voters have common-sense views on the issue but don't want to vote for a Trump / Le Pen figure because of the "ick factor."

    Is the tide turning??

    Replies: @Redmen

    The next election isn’t for more than 3 years. I think most unhypnotized folks will have gotten over the “ick factor” by 2024. The MSM will attempt to keep the anti-Trump fires burning, but there will be vastly diminishing returns on their propaganda.

    Trump has deflected 2 impeachments by Congress in a year and lost a close (and highly questionable) national election. With his sinking popularity and diminishing mental capacity, Biden cannot be the next candidate for the Dems. It remains to be seen who can emerge from a party with no appealing figures.

  35. America simply lacks the intestinal fortitude to secure its borders.
    It should be just as dangerous (and potentially lethal) to attempt to cross America’s border unlawfully as it once was to attempt to scale the Berlin Wall. These invaders are rational actors – we wouldn’t have to shoot more than a few, before the rest would get the message.
    It’s long past time that we erected the #TacoCurtain – but that will never happen, because Americans are fundamentally an unserious people.

  36. @Stebbing Heuer
    @Ebony Obelisk

    LOL.

    Replies: @Alfa158

    Duck is back. Never figured out why he goes silent for long stretches.

  37. @JohnnyWalker123
    Is it common for Hispanic-American border patrol agents to take bribes from Mexican human traffickers&drug dealers?

    Replies: @Tony massey

    When i lived in the Rio Grande Valley i knew many BP agents and all were Hispanic.
    I lived in McAllen and Edinburgh and In both places my next door neighbors were both BP.
    i mean, who knows what they were really like but i couldn’t say a bad thing about those guys or any of their colleagues i met.
    Outstanding guys. Genuinely nice and i think very professional.
    I complimented one of those guys sunglasses once and he took them off and insisted i keep them. I did.

  38. @Achmed E. Newman
    NYT:

    And, worst of all, the Border Patrol was impeding migrants who are black. That makes them better than you.
     
    No, it makes ME feel better about THEM - the Border Patrol, that is. It's worth a "thank you for your service", something I'm not about to say to some fat-assed fucker in camo.

    Replies: @Alfa158

    Border Patrol agents are predominantly of Mexican descent. They have no problem at all going vaquero on Blacks. If they’d probably be happy to do it in south Los Angeles if invited to do so.

  39. By Eileen Sullivan

    Come on, Eileen…

    “I’ll give you my word as a Biden, I’ll be there,” he told them.

    Forty acres and a mewl.

    “I’ll stand with you.”

    If they hold him up.

    Cameroon, Liberia, Rwanda, and Senegal are African countries.

    Dakar to Nairobi: 3,869 mi.
    Dakar to Philadelphia: 3,870 mi.

    Africa is closer than you think.

  40. @lavoisier
    @pirelli

    That is fantastic news.

    If even the clueless liberals are waking up to the reality that letting in millions of Third World people to your country on a regular basis is not really a very good idea there may be some hope.

    Haitians are not welcome anywhere. Not even in Haiti.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    The overwhelming majority of deportation flights went to Haiti…

    The reader comments on this article are almost uniformly pro deportation of the Haitians…

    Haitians are not welcome anywhere. Not even in Haiti.

    Ooh, ooh, no hesitation
    No tears and no hearts breaking, no remorse
    Ooh, ooh, congratulations
    This is your Haitian divorce.

    Haitians trick empty bellies with dirt cookies

    That’s from 2008.

  41. The White House responded with outrage to viral images of Border Patrol agents on horseback, corralling Black migrants in scenes that some compared to the treatment of fugitive slaves. Some also made connections to police violence against Black Americans. Mr. Biden said the agents would “pay” for their actions and awaited the results of a continuing investigation.

    Has any nation ever seen anything more pathetic than this?

    Its putative “leader” decrying, his nation’s own official border patrol trying to protect the nation from invasion? And not even decrying them firmly doing it–as they aren’t really doing the job, because of his own policies–rather decrying them being “mean” to invaders–and not even that because they weren’t even being mean–but simple for providing the odd image of “mean to invaders” that the weepers could bleat about.

    Where are the articles of impeachment?

    The absolute bedrock for any nation, any civilization, is the willingness to use any and all force to repel invasion. Absent that all the other good stuff–marriage, fertility, rule-of-law, productivity … doesn’t even matter. First off you have to keep the invaders out and preserve your patch for your people/nation/race/civilization.

    • Agree: ziggurat, Sick of Orcs
  42. @Ebony Obelisk
    Uh you guys do know don’t you that the majority of people support essentially open borders?

    I believe the observation of one of my female colleagues: “Maybe now I can find a man that can satisfy my needs”

    Replies: @Stebbing Heuer, @fish, @El Dato, @MEH 0910, @anon, @MEH 0910, @MEH 0910

    Powerful white office sluts will suck Africa dry!

  43. “… as I’ve been pointing out for many years, the most obvious massive threat in the foreseeable future is that the population of sub-Saharan Africa is exploding at a time when the will to defend the territories of the white world is cratering. …

    Wokeism is simply the ideological rationalization of white dispossession.”

    There are many fine points here, I don’t disagree, but would like to add:

    This open borders is at core not about “wokeism.” This is about money, it’s about greed, it’s about the rich forcing population growth upwards, in order to drive wages and living standards down for the many, and rents and profits up for the many. Sure, they talk “woke,” and their useful idiot servants may believe it’s “woke,” but it’s not.

    Not that long ago the Ivory Coast was relatively prosperous. The wealthy black plantation owners imported massive numbers of black islamic refugees from poorer neighboring countries, and by the time that this massive influx had nearly doubled the population the resulting poverty tore the country apart in a bloody civil war. Last I checked the native Ivorians had lost, and the country is now run by the islamic immigrant faction. So the natives lost their prosperity, lost their peace, and finally lost their country. But do you think this was done because the black Ivorian elites hated their fellow blacks? Of course not. It’s about the rich making more money by driving wages down. Always has been, always will be.

    Not saying that race is unimportant, mind, but the driving force is money.

    The West has plenty of moral fortitude to stop these third world invaders, we’d machine gun them at the border like the Israelis do, like we would if needed do to any poor people trespassing on the gated estates or private islands of the super rich, but the elites won’t let that happen. This is not lack of fortitude on the part of the masses, but treason on the part of the elites.

  44. @Ebony Obelisk
    Uh you guys do know don’t you that the majority of people support essentially open borders?

    I believe the observation of one of my female colleagues: “Maybe now I can find a man that can satisfy my needs”

    Replies: @Stebbing Heuer, @fish, @El Dato, @MEH 0910, @anon, @MEH 0910, @MEH 0910


    [MORE]

    • Replies: @Rob
    @MEH 0910

    This is good news! Not good news for captive chimps, but good news for humans with leprosy. You see, we now have a model organism for leprosy that is fairly close to humans. We will learn a lot about leprosy. We might also want to capture that chimp -- if he has a genetic defect that made him vulnerable to leprosy, it might shed light on human leprosy.

    In captivity, he will ear well(ish) -- Jerry Pournelle once ate chimp chow as half his diet, bcz he was broke, and he says it’s not half bad -- but he (the chimp) might not get bred unless we want his (possible) genetic defect to live on, but he will be kept at a comfortable temperature, never get rained on... Plus, he’s probably not getting laid much in the wild. If he is, that would be interesting. If he is not part of a band, that would be interesting, too.

  45. anon[330] • Disclaimer says:
    @Ebony Obelisk
    Uh you guys do know don’t you that the majority of people support essentially open borders?

    I believe the observation of one of my female colleagues: “Maybe now I can find a man that can satisfy my needs”

    Replies: @Stebbing Heuer, @fish, @El Dato, @MEH 0910, @anon, @MEH 0910, @MEH 0910

    Uh you guys do know don’t you that the majority of people support essentially open borders?

    yeah the majority in the govt and MSM, not the actual American people

    I believe the observation of one of my female colleagues: “Maybe now I can find a man that can satisfy my needs”

    Mr Ebony here, he’s got an extra quarter inch on the pee pee but he’s down 25 points on the IQ and he thinks he got the better of the deal

  46. I am a little puzzled by the pictures of the “migrants”. Why are they all carrying bags of ‘take out’ containers? Do they first get a Door Dash delivery? Uber Eats? Is there a take out location nearby? It doesn’t look like they are really expecting to be without food for a long time. One bag just seems to have single bottle of Gatorade. Is it really just like a picnic?

  47. anon[277] • Disclaimer says:
    @Steve Sailer
    @Steve Sailer

    The system doesn't work as ideally when the refugee isn't Einstein and he isn't fleeing Hitler.

    Replies: @anon, @Corvinus

    As the great (although limited) commentator rhhardin often has stated, the goal is morality through proper what-could-be-considered indoctrination but is really simply culturely-induced decency.

    Religion seems to be out, for good reasons, namely nihilistic heresy at the top of the feifdomes such as the Catholic Church, which has for 2000 years helped billions of regular people toward a better life with extremely excellent results for many. Same can be said at a smaller scale for others.

    How to get there? I have nothing better to offer than Patrick Madrid (sp?) of Releveant Radio.

  48. @bomag

    ...the Haitian American Voter Empowerment Coalition
     
    So some people think Haitians need more power to set policy in this country.

    I realize there is a lot of ruin in a nation, but I didn't think there was this much.

    Replies: @Sick of Orcs, @James Speaks

    They need more cow bell.

  49. @Steve Sailer
    @Technite78

    The framework in the U.S. for thinking about anybody claiming to be a refugee was established by Jews, with the paradigmatic example being Einstein fleeing the Nazis.

    Replies: @Technite78, @Steve Sailer, @Anonymous, @Wilkey, @flyingtiger, @Corvinus

    Or dodging bullets as they climb over the Berlin wall.

  50. Seems obvious that the strategy that Trump somehow landed on of getting Mexico to police its much narrower, harder-to-cross border with Central America was the best possible, and without Republican support, the Wall was not impossible.

    Maybe when Trump, in further decline, and faster than average, because only a tiny number of people are short sleepers, and Mcdonalds’ does not provide a nutritious diet. Sure, they have salads — do you think Trump eats them — wins, but with a Democratic Senate and House, the Republicans will realize making Trump Good sounds, but not supporting his primary agenda, then we will see a new crop of Republican candidates..

    [MORE]

    But the donors? Do they really suffer from Trumpian gridlock? I mean, I think they do, because not a lot of fortunes are going to survive the borderless civil war. Or maybe the civil war will be over quickly? Cur off the cities at a few points and they starve quickly. Sure, NYC could probably be supplied by airlift – but could the military provide sufficient airlift for 50 million people in twenty cities at once, at a time when the rural areas are all in rebellion and much of the military has gone rogue? Sure, the government could win 50 wars against 50 rebellions, but the suppression of speech means that’s not what they’re going to get. When the pressure gets so high one place that it breaks, then a lot of other places are going to break off.

    Not to mention, those billion-dollar planes ain’t going to be flying for long. The government cannot maintain its planes right now, with peace and the whole country still loyal. The Soviets remembered fighting on their own soil, with their factories being bombed, so they built for reliability and ease of repair. The US has not fought a mechanized war on its own territory ever. None of their equipment is built with that in mind. Even if they were like “oh, the rubes hate us? Get some trannies to design heavy mortars — stat!” (or whatever generals say instead of stat) the military procurement process takes years. Plus, the people who design tech for the military don’t know how to design for ruggedness, reliability, and ease of outdoor manufacturing in the winter. Chances are, the Russians who designed Cold War-era military tech are mostly dead already — Yeltsin’s evonomy and culture cannot have been kind for military tech designers. Plus, Saddam’s hilarious decision to remove the guidance system to pack more explosives onto his scud missiles must have hurt equipment sales, even to the third world. I doubt the US government, flush on bloodless, complete victory over the Soviets, thought to hire a bunch of Russian military engineers just in case the government imported 150 million aliens so the government party could outvote the patriots, and then, for some reason, the patriots revolted.

    I wonder if the military has wargamed “post-apocalypse” scenarios where the military is fighting “bandit gangs” in the US, with nothing but rifles, not a lot of ammunition, and 1 in 200 officers, noncoms, and enlisted have secret instructions to turn traitor when they can do the most damage (some) or get away with it (others) My guess? For the next decade, anyone who suggests that they plan for war with the deplorables will be chewed out but good, and no one else will want to suggest it. No that i say that, they did vet all the National Guard in Biden’s capital city — nothing says “consent of the governed” like having tens of thousands of soldiers out to make sure the governed don’t pull any funny business — mighty fast, implying that they already vet everyone for “far right” connections, but are so short of willing recruits that they have to take some iffy prospects. They also never said how many Guardsmen they had to vet to find as many loyal ones as they had.

    If kids and companies turn against college degree requirements, or colleges have to cut their prices to compete, the military does not get many recruits with IQ over 100. That implies that the government will never get out of the student loan business. Military must have gone to their Congresscritterx and told them this. The military might not want to (or be able to) cone out against free colkege (actually “college”) for all, but they can sure go to their buddies in the defense industry and tell them to cut their donations 90%

    What were we talking about, again?

    • Replies: @Rob
    @Rob

    “Wall was impossible” was going to write “wall was not possible. Changed to “impossible” did not change “not.” i apologize for the era. This type of error, along with many others, will continue into the forseeable future.

  51. Border Patrol agents must be vaccinated by November or face being fired. The people who have been busting their tails, enforcing our law, doing their job on the border – they’re gonna get fired if they don’t take the vaccine. The deadline for Border Patrol agents to get vaccinated comes as the DHS struggles to manage the ongoing crisis at the southern border, and Republicans warn that terminating agents over President Joe Biden’s vaccine mandate for federal workers could not come at a worse time. the Biden administration is now openly targeting the heroic men and women of the U.S. Border Patrol with the threat of termination for failure to submit to his vaccine mandates.

    Biden Administration will allow COVID-positive illegal aliens to surge across the border but will terminate dedicated law-enforcement officers who do not comply with President Biden’s mandate. The mandates are just another method the Democrats are using to purge whites from the workforce and especially law enforcement.

  52. @MEH 0910
    @Ebony Obelisk

    https://twitter.com/MailOnline/status/1448313339021496324

    https://twitter.com/MailOnline/status/1448313346600669188
    https://twitter.com/MailOnline/status/1448313354649546752
    https://twitter.com/MailOnline/status/1448313362962690052

    Replies: @Rob

    This is good news! Not good news for captive chimps, but good news for humans with leprosy. You see, we now have a model organism for leprosy that is fairly close to humans. We will learn a lot about leprosy. We might also want to capture that chimp — if he has a genetic defect that made him vulnerable to leprosy, it might shed light on human leprosy.

    In captivity, he will ear well(ish) — Jerry Pournelle once ate chimp chow as half his diet, bcz he was broke, and he says it’s not half bad — but he (the chimp) might not get bred unless we want his (possible) genetic defect to live on, but he will be kept at a comfortable temperature, never get rained on… Plus, he’s probably not getting laid much in the wild. If he is, that would be interesting. If he is not part of a band, that would be interesting, too.

  53. @Rob
    Seems obvious that the strategy that Trump somehow landed on of getting Mexico to police its much narrower, harder-to-cross border with Central America was the best possible, and without Republican support, the Wall was not impossible.

    Maybe when Trump, in further decline, and faster than average, because only a tiny number of people are short sleepers, and Mcdonalds' does not provide a nutritious diet. Sure, they have salads -- do you think Trump eats them -- wins, but with a Democratic Senate and House, the Republicans will realize making Trump Good sounds, but not supporting his primary agenda, then we will see a new crop of Republican candidates..

    But the donors? Do they really suffer from Trumpian gridlock? I mean, I think they do, because not a lot of fortunes are going to survive the borderless civil war. Or maybe the civil war will be over quickly? Cur off the cities at a few points and they starve quickly. Sure, NYC could probably be supplied by airlift - but could the military provide sufficient airlift for 50 million people in twenty cities at once, at a time when the rural areas are all in rebellion and much of the military has gone rogue? Sure, the government could win 50 wars against 50 rebellions, but the suppression of speech means that’s not what they’re going to get. When the pressure gets so high one place that it breaks, then a lot of other places are going to break off.

    Not to mention, those billion-dollar planes ain’t going to be flying for long. The government cannot maintain its planes right now, with peace and the whole country still loyal. The Soviets remembered fighting on their own soil, with their factories being bombed, so they built for reliability and ease of repair. The US has not fought a mechanized war on its own territory ever. None of their equipment is built with that in mind. Even if they were like “oh, the rubes hate us? Get some trannies to design heavy mortars -- stat!” (or whatever generals say instead of stat) the military procurement process takes years. Plus, the people who design tech for the military don’t know how to design for ruggedness, reliability, and ease of outdoor manufacturing in the winter. Chances are, the Russians who designed Cold War-era military tech are mostly dead already -- Yeltsin’s evonomy and culture cannot have been kind for military tech designers. Plus, Saddam’s hilarious decision to remove the guidance system to pack more explosives onto his scud missiles must have hurt equipment sales, even to the third world. I doubt the US government, flush on bloodless, complete victory over the Soviets, thought to hire a bunch of Russian military engineers just in case the government imported 150 million aliens so the government party could outvote the patriots, and then, for some reason, the patriots revolted.

    I wonder if the military has wargamed “post-apocalypse” scenarios where the military is fighting “bandit gangs” in the US, with nothing but rifles, not a lot of ammunition, and 1 in 200 officers, noncoms, and enlisted have secret instructions to turn traitor when they can do the most damage (some) or get away with it (others) My guess? For the next decade, anyone who suggests that they plan for war with the deplorables will be chewed out but good, and no one else will want to suggest it. No that i say that, they did vet all the National Guard in Biden’s capital city -- nothing says “consent of the governed” like having tens of thousands of soldiers out to make sure the governed don’t pull any funny business -- mighty fast, implying that they already vet everyone for “far right” connections, but are so short of willing recruits that they have to take some iffy prospects. They also never said how many Guardsmen they had to vet to find as many loyal ones as they had.

    If kids and companies turn against college degree requirements, or colleges have to cut their prices to compete, the military does not get many recruits with IQ over 100. That implies that the government will never get out of the student loan business. Military must have gone to their Congresscritterx and told them this. The military might not want to (or be able to) cone out against free colkege (actually “college”) for all, but they can sure go to their buddies in the defense industry and tell them to cut their donations 90%

    What were we talking about, again?

    Replies: @Rob

    “Wall was impossible” was going to write “wall was not possible. Changed to “impossible” did not change “not.” i apologize for the era. This type of error, along with many others, will continue into the forseeable future.

  54. @Technite78
    Once again, I have to ask the question:

    If [country run by ethnic group X] is so bad that [people of ethnic group X] flee in large numbers from their co-ethnics, why should I expect any places where [people of ethnic group X] are resettled to be any different, and why would I want any [people of ethnic group X] around me?

    For the purposes of this thread, X is Haitians, but there are many other values of X for which the above statement stands.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @Hannah Katz, @pirelli

    I mean, you know the answer. [country run by ethnic group X] is bad because 200 years ago it was run by ethnic group Y who was mean to ethnic group X. Then ethnic group Y left (or was driven out violently), but the evil spirit of ethnic group Y remained, forever poisoning the very ground of [country run by ethnic group X]. This is why ethnic group X must be allowed to immigrate at will to ethnic group Y’s country today, to escape the evil spirits of ethnic group Y by moving to where ethnic group Y lives.

  55. @Steve Sailer
    @Steve Sailer

    The system doesn't work as ideally when the refugee isn't Einstein and he isn't fleeing Hitler.

    Replies: @anon, @Corvinus

    According to Who/Whom?

    • Troll: William Badwhite
  56. @Wilkey
    @Steve Sailer

    Likewise, the media likes to talk about immigration as if modern immigrants were as brave and courageous as the early immigrants and settlers who crossed on sailing ships or covered wagons and had to build up this country from scratch.

    Replies: @Corvinus

    They are.

  57. @Steve Sailer
    @Technite78

    The framework in the U.S. for thinking about anybody claiming to be a refugee was established by Jews, with the paradigmatic example being Einstein fleeing the Nazis.

    Replies: @Technite78, @Steve Sailer, @Anonymous, @Wilkey, @flyingtiger, @Corvinus

    “The framework in the U.S. for thinking about anybody claiming to be a refugee was established by Jews…”

    Which Jew/Jews? Please be specific.

    • Replies: @Boomthorkell
    @Corvinus

    No.

  58. @Magic Dirt Resident

    Last fall, Joseph R. Biden Jr. made a stop in
     
    Since when have they referred to him with his full name? I don't recall him being referred to as anything but "Joe Biden" until a few weeks ago. It's very strange, they should say President Biden instead of his full name.

    Replies: @AndrewR

    He wasn’t president last fall

  59. @Ebony Obelisk
    Uh you guys do know don’t you that the majority of people support essentially open borders?

    I believe the observation of one of my female colleagues: “Maybe now I can find a man that can satisfy my needs”

    Replies: @Stebbing Heuer, @fish, @El Dato, @MEH 0910, @anon, @MEH 0910, @MEH 0910

    https://www.vice.com/en/article/m7eb4v/pablo-escobars-cocaine-hippos-wont-stop-having-sex-and-pooping

  60. @Ebony Obelisk
    Uh you guys do know don’t you that the majority of people support essentially open borders?

    I believe the observation of one of my female colleagues: “Maybe now I can find a man that can satisfy my needs”

    Replies: @Stebbing Heuer, @fish, @El Dato, @MEH 0910, @anon, @MEH 0910, @MEH 0910

    https://gizmodo.com/pablo-escobars-cocaine-hippos-are-legally-people-court-1847904417

    All was well until the hippos started fucking. Now, there are up to 120 hippos roaming around Colombia, and they are considered one of the top invasive species in the world. Authorities have weighed a plan to kill the hippos off and on since 2009, and its recently gained steam.

    Last July, Colombian attorney Luis Domingo Gómez Maldonado filed a lawsuit on the hippos’ behalf to save them from being euthanized. Instead, the case recommends sterilization. Colombian officials announced a plan to use a chemical contraceptive developed by the U.S. Agriculture Department to sterilize “the main group” of the hippos, and the region’s environmental agency Cornare began to implement the plan on Friday, darting 24 hippos.

    [MORE]

    It’s true that the descendants of Escobar’s hippos are posing real problems. They’re eating massive quantities of foliage and thereby threatening the food supply for native species on the Magdalena River like otters, spectacled caimans, and turtles. The hippos’ voluminous poop (sorry) is also altering local waterways’ chemistry and oxygen levels, which can lead to algae blooms that sicken people and wildlife alike. The hippos have also been straight-up attacking people, chasing them around, and even seriously injuring one man in May 2020. And the creatures are continuing to procreate, too, with estimates from one group of scientists which were published in the journal Biological Conservation showing that there could be more than 1,400 hippos roaming the country by the end of the next decade.

  61. @Corvinus
    @Steve Sailer

    "The framework in the U.S. for thinking about anybody claiming to be a refugee was established by Jews..."

    Which Jew/Jews? Please be specific.

    Replies: @Boomthorkell

    No.

  62. https://whyevolutionistrue.com/2021/10/24/the-spectator-on-the-decline-and-fall-of-the-new-york-times/

    https://spectatorworld.com/topic/sign-of-the-times-new-york-times/

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