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From the Financial Times opinion section:

Migration will soon be the biggest climate challenge of our time

As heat, drought and rising sea levels make regions uninhabitable, millions of people will need to find new homes

Rising sea levels will explain why Afghans must move to Louisiana, Bolivians to Miami, Ethiopians to Washington D.C., Rwandans to Belgium, and Cape Coloreds to the Netherlands.

Parag Khanna OCTOBER 3 2021

The writer is the author of ‘Move: How Mass Migration Will Reshape the World — and What It Means For You’

… As heat, rising seas and drought render swaths of the planet uninhabitable, millions, if not billions of people may eventually have to relocate to terrain in the latitudes best suited to survival. The toughest challenge that lies before us isn’t reducing emissions, it’s relocating people. …

Tens of millions more Asians may be forced to relocate permanently across Eurasia as parts of Asia become uninhabitable and livelihoods dry up. …

We must bridge the gap between the hyper-sensitised and short-term political discourse around migration and the collective strategy needed to house humanity. Speaking of human geography rather than migration can be a powerful rhetorical tool, for it emphasises that we are all in the same boat and gently shifts the focus from narrow national sovereignty to expansive planetary stewardship.

In a world with a changing climate, we need a new division of labour among the continents. South America and Africa will become ever more regions of emigrants. North America and Eurasia must absorb more people, while recirculating them from the water-stressed southern US and south Asia into more fertile inland areas. There will be climate pioneers who terraform difficult new terrain in places such as Canada and Russia for millions of future migrants.

You know, Canada already has tried this, letting in many millions of migrants over the last few decades, with virtually none of them becoming sod-busters out on the prairie.

Probably more immigrants have moved to a single suburb of Toronto, high-rise Mississauga, than to all the prairie provinces.

Our political cartography will also evolve. Sinking South Pacific islands will need to be abandoned for Australia and New Zealand, which will in effect become their protectorates within a collective Oceania rather than meaningful sovereigns. Today’s fiscally strained and depopulating Visegrad countries could fuse into a larger federation to better administer their vital forests, agriculture and rivers in order to prepare for demographic replenishment by Arabs and Asians.

The Great Replenishment is like The Great Replacement, except it sounds nicer.

Many scholars ask: what lies beyond sovereignty? If we are wise, the answer will be “programmable geography” — recoding places based on their changing roles in our fluid global system. Habitable geography is our most precious terrestrial resource, and we must optimise it for those that come after us. Adapting sovereignty to a new reality is what we owe the future.

Also, the Khanna family has a whole lot of cousins still stuck in Uttar Pradesh, which would be a nice place except for the 200 million Uttar Pradeshians who live there. So, you are going to have to shove over, bud, because my cousins are moving in.

 
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  1. … the collective strategy needed to house humanity.

    Yes, we must house humanity. We must feed and shelter them. We must employ them. We must allow them to vote Democrat in our elections…

    … shifts the focus from narrow national sovereignty to expansive planetary stewardship.

    Sure, a planetary understanding and concept only made possible by the work and inventions of White Men in White countries.

    South America and Africa will become ever more regions of emigrants. North America and Eurasia must absorb more people…

    Yes, you lucky people whose ancestors built their Posterity for you to inhabit must now welcome your replacement by the descendants of those hyper-reproducing, overpopulating people who never did anything of the sort.

    Today’s fiscally strained and depopulating Visegrad countries could fuse into a larger federation to better administer their vital forests, agriculture and rivers in order to prepare for demographic replenishment by Arabs and Asians.

    Sort of like another Ottoman Invasion.

    The Great Replenishment is like The Great Replacement, except it sounds nicer.

    INDEED.

  2. BB753 says:

    Ultimately, mass migrations are a desperate move by oligarchs to curb down third world population growth. Since the West is a vast population sink, they figure that if everybody moved here, demographic growth will grind down to sub-replacement level..after the third generation.
    Granted, our elites aren’t that smart but they are hell-bent on reducing the world population, ideally to a third of its current numbers. Hence the vaccines programs. Yes, they’re into depopulation big-time! And they want to stop you reproducing and if possible, they want you to die.

  3. Somehow can’t imagine the Russians and Visegrad countries to let them in 🙂

    • Agree: Ben tillman
    • Replies: @Anon
  4. Your friend, Parag Khanna:

    • Replies: @PiltdownMan
    , @beavertales
  5. Rising sea levels will explain why Afghans must move to Louisiana, Bolivians to Miami, Ethiopians to Washington D.C., and Indonesians and Rwandans to the Low Countries.

    Good one, Steve! Thanks for not falling for the Global Climate Disruption™ scam, oops, it’s “The Climate Crisis” now*.

    I really thought that someone would have linked up the Kung Flu and associated PanicFest with The Climate Crisis by now. For that one, who betta than Greta?

    Yes, they’ve linked it to immigration now, or are sure trying. “What CAN’T The Climate Crisis do?!” [/Blue-squad Homer]

    .

    * … formerly known as Climate Change, formerly known as Global Warming, formerly known as Global Cooling.

  6. Rob McX says:

    Short version: Move over, Whitey. We want your country.

    • Agree: JimDandy, Ben tillman
    • Replies: @Anonymous
    , @Anon7
    , @Moses
  7. There’s the contrarian argument, of course.
    Last time I looked the per capita “greenhouse gas” emission of people in Somalia was about 1 200th of people in the US. Untold good could be done to the planet by shipping a bunch of people from, say, Minnesota to Somalia. In order to avoid charges of White Supremacy the performance of this boon should be available only to people of color.
    Somali’s spring to mind.

    Someone should get Grim Greta on board with this. Them Minnesota Vikings are sure to listen to her.

  8. Some Guy says:

    Tens of millions more Asians may be forced to relocate permanently across Eurasia as parts of Asia become uninhabitable and livelihoods dry up

    So when parts of Asia become uninhabitable they won’t be forced to relocate across Asia, no, it’s gotta be EURasia. How do you do fellow Eurasians? Of course once they’re here all that Eurasian solidarity is nowhere to be found.

    we need a new division of labour among the continents. South America and Africa will become ever more regions of emigrants. North America and Eurasia must absorb more people

    Oh, so their labour consists in just giving up and getting a ticket north, while our labour consists in building infrastructure for hundred of millions of immigrants? Sounds fair.

    Visegrad countries could fuse into a larger federation to better administer their vital forests, agriculture and rivers

    Because everyone knows administration of agriculture becomes more efficient in large multicultural states, like the Soviet Union. And the river water in India is so clean you could look at it.

  9. TyRade says:

    “a collective Oceania”…then Eurasia, Eastasia, and before you know it it’s partying like it was 1984.

  10. IHTG says:

    The specific reference to the Visegrad countries suggests intentional trolling.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  11. Rob McX says:

    A white conservative politician could write the exact same article, explaining the way non-whites want to move in their billions to Europe and America and replace the existing population. But it would mean he’d be banned from Twitter and the rest of the media, threatened by antifa mobs, and expelled from his party. Only liberal immigration enthusiasts are allowed to say straight out that we’re going to be replaced and dispossessed. Kind of like the way blacks can use the N-word all day long but whites will be ruined for doing so.

  12. Which parts of Asia are “becoming inhabitable”?

    Talking of global warming and Asia, from today’s Guardian Business Live

    https://www.theguardian.com/business/live/2021/oct/08/us-warns-russia-energy-crisis-uk-consumer-groups-warn-fuel-poverty-this-winter-live

    Chinese officials have ordered more than 70 mines in Inner Mongolia to ramp up coal production by nearly 100m tonnes, as the country battles its worst power crunch and coal shortages in years, Reuters reports.

    The authorities face record-high prices and shortages of electricity that have prompted power rationing across the country, crippling industrial output. The proposed increase would make up nearly 3% of China’s total thermal coal consumption.

    The 72 mines listed by the Inner Mongolia energy bureau, most of which are open pits, previously had authorised annual capacity of 178.45 million tonnes.

    Inner Mongolia is China’s second-biggest coal-producing region, churning out just over 1bn tonnes in 2020 and accounting for more than a quarter of the national total, official data show.

    Doing the sums in two ways – if 100m tonnes is say 2.8% of production, then total thermal coal production is 3.57bn tonnes. If 1bn tonnes is say 28% of total production, that’s also 3.57bn tonnes.

    This doesn’t include the coking coal for steel production, so China must burn over 4bn tonnes a year. China also imports about 250m tonnes of coal.

    The US burns less than half a billion tonnes a year.

    Interestingly, the website of the Oppenheimer family business (or one of them, anyway) states:

    https://www.angloamerican.com/products/thermal-coal?product=coal

    Thermal coal is the heat source for around 40% of all electricity generated globally today. India and China’s reliance on imported thermal coal is expected to drive continued growing demand in the long term.

    So Brits and Americans must close mines and steel plants that use coal, while India and China carry on burning it.

    • Agree: martin_2
    • Thanks: Charon
  13. Mike Tre says:

    When the white man is gone and his productivity with him, there was a time when I was a bit saddened by the mass starvation and suffering that with befall the brown leftovers when there is no longer any food and or medicine to prop him up. Now I know the filthy Parag Khanna doesn’t represent the entirety of the brown horde, but I’m at the point now where I wish I would live to see them all suffer, and maybe observe that moment when they realize: Maybe we should have not eliminated the white man after all.

    • Replies: @jsm
  14. Charon says:

    Speaking of human geography rather than migration can be a powerful rhetorical tool, for it emphasises that we are all in the same boat and gently shifts the focus from narrow national sovereignty to expansive planetary stewardship.

    Lie back and relax, so my powerful rhetorical tool can gently go about its expansive business.

    • LOL: bomag
  15. Lex says:

    Today’s fiscally strained and depopulating Visegrad countries could fuse into a larger federation to better administer their vital forests, agriculture and rivers in order to prepare for demographic replenishment by Arabs and Asians.

    So Poles, Hungarians, Slovaks and Czechs are just there to keep seats warm for the “diverse”. It’s like training your own Subcontinental replacement at IT company.

    I guess they don’t want that to happen ever again:
    https://old.reddit.com/r/SocialJusticeInAction/comments/pkt6we/the_guardian_relation_of_polandengland_match/

    • Replies: @bomag
  16. Gamecock says:

    Socialism is the answer.

    What was the question? Climate change.

    Mr Khanna starts with his Stalinist desires. Climate Change™ is an idea with which to get people to accept the destruction of civilization. The Left will drive climate change as long as it gets traction. It’s a useful tool. With the Left, the issue is never the issue. They don’t care about the weather. As soon as people stop caring, the Left will drop climate change AS IF IT NEVER HAPPENED.

    We approach that moment. Ironically, Britain is swinging deeper into it as the rest of the world is moving away. Making CoP26 a clown show. Boris acts like Jim Jones.

    Once people realize climate change is a fake issue, the Left will NOT go away. They will trot out new issues to get you to accept the destruction of civilization. The goal, the destruction of civilization, never goes away. The last 60 years has been a parade of faux issues to get you to accept global communism.

    • Replies: @stillCARealist
  17. 2145 headline: Why Can’t North America Feed Itself Anymore?

  18. ic1000 says:
    @Achmed E. Newman

    Yep, if Global Warming were to catch a cold, Global Coolening or Global VaryingUpAndDownening are waiting in the wings to sing this aria. (Lyrics by the neo-Comintern.)

    [MORE]

    By the way, increased atmospheric CO2 does lead to increased Global Mean Surface Temperature. The Stefan-Boltzmann Law description of gray body radiation long predates AGW concerns. It is not a scam.

    The point of scientific contention is how much. Climate Alarmists’ fervent belief is a lot, 4 C per CO2 doubling. Or more! Less-impassioned lukewarmers: probably less, perhaps as low as 1.5 C to 2 C. See e.g. this old post by Lucia Liljegren.

    The policy implications of this difference are significant. Not that Parag Khanna or the Financial Times editors have the slightest interest in this topic.

    (Very few Climate Alarmists are equally impassioned about nuclear power today and thorium reactors tomorrow. Ignorance and insincerity seem like the best explanation of that.)

    (After waving this red cape… I have to go to work.)

    • Replies: @The Alarmist
  19. Global VaryingUpAndDownening

    LOL!

    Your comment was no red cape to me, IC, just pretty sensible. The CO2 “greenhouse” process of short-wavelength radiation passing through inbound, but some long-wave radiation being attenuated/absorbed is well known. Since that’s only one factor in a world of many interacting physical processes involved in the energy balance, I simply am too aware of the limitations of mathematical models of something as complex as the entire Earth’s climate to believe any current projections.

    I’d know otherwise, if I could see a paper from 10 years ago that actually predicted where (just wide regions like NE N. America, western Europe, the Indian Ocean, etc.) conditions of average daily T’s, average % cloud cover, precipitation would change by what amounts (with plenty big tolerance ranges, just not +100%/-50%) by NOW.

    Before the politicians and agents of destruction got ahold of this whole issue, the original story came out of the climatology journals due to the fact that journalists are stupid and innumerate. Most would only be able to read the Conclusion of a paper and no more. Many legitimate papers report on mathematical modeling with plenty of caveats (assumptions) that are made, with disclaimers such as “more work is needed in this area to get good values for the such-and-such factor.”, “the uncertainty in the albedo of … is +/- 50%, meaning it could affect the results by ___”, etc.

    However, it helps for funding to have a results that have a few predictions of drastic changes, though the error bars and discussion of further work on the model don’t appear in the Conclusion. Even better is having graphics with green, yellow and red areas, preferably set in motion as a function of time, with the red gobbling up the whole world. OMG, we’re all gonna die!

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
  20. @Achmed E. Newman

    See, now THAT’s a red cape. Charge, bulls

    [MORE]
    hitters!

  21. The Great Replenishment is like …

    It’s got what developing countries crave.

  22. Anonymous[574] • Disclaimer says:

    Hmmm, surely the vast and sparsely populated Tibetan plateau will be a massive net beneficiary of ‘climate change’, perhaps terraforming into temperate lushness.

    One wonders whether the Chinese – who, incidentally, later this century will be the only nation of any consequence – will be endlessly badgered to take in the third world, and whether they will acquiesce to the badgering. *That*, most certainly, is the only real question conjured up by this little lefty fetish doomsday scenario.
    Of course, by century’s end north America and western Europe will be majority non white, climate change, immigration or no. Anyhow, by that time whites will only be a vanishingly small proportion of the earth’s population anyway, nevermind The Economist doing its worst.

  23. Anonymous[294] • Disclaimer says:
    @Rob McX

    Short version: Move over, Whitey. We want your country.

    Shorter version: country-jacking

  24. @ic1000

    Considering most vegetation on Earth evolved in CO2 concentrations well north of 1000 ppm, one can only ask what the Climate worry warts have against plants, especially since many of them are herbivores.

  25. Anonymous[574] • Disclaimer says:

    The real and true rebuttal to this litany of bullshit is this:

    The government of a sovereign nation, (which, in theory, at least, is answerable to its own electorate and no one but its electorate), has *absolutely no responsibility whatsoever, legally, morally, actually, politically or otherwise* to citizens of foreign nations.

    No more needs to be said.

    • Agree: Bill Jones
  26. Let’s try open borders in India before we try it on a global scale. Whaddya say Khanna ?

  27. @Buzz Mohawk

    He appears to now live in Singapore, in Asia. He and his wife appear to be shameless self-promoters, par excellence, and it looks like their 10 year old kid is being groomed to do the same. Poor kid.

    5 Things To Know About Global Strategist Parag Khanna

    Parag And Ayesha Khanna On Artificial Intelligence In Singapore To Coding With Their Kids

    Zara Khanna, 10, wants to change travel for kids and inspire girls to code

    • Thanks: Chrisnonymous
    • Replies: @Buzz Mohawk
    , @njguy73
  28. Arclight says:

    The 21st century white man’s burden is submitting to mass colonization and handing over the cultural and economic benefits created by his forebears without complaint to people whose ancestors produced far less impressive civilizations, if we can even use that word.

    One of the problems of our age is that our digital interconnectedness gives millions of people in positions of influence the ability to think they understand other people and places they have never met or experienced first hand and thus are willing to just wave them all in. Even just half a century ago, you’d have to actually travel to go through considerable effort to travel to exotic locals like sub-Saharan Africa or SW Asia to experience the people and their customs. There is a reason the people of that era were not clamoring for vast numbers of people from all over the globe to resettle in Western Europe or North America.

    • Replies: @SunBakedSuburb
    , @bomag
  29. mexianon says:
    @Buzz Mohawk

    its not about democratic voters, that is d&c. its about lowering the average IQ of the nation so it can be more effectively looted.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
  30. I once owned a geography book published about 100 years ago. It had detailed tables of where the most cultivable land was, including topography, temperature, rainfall and soil fertility.

    North America and Europe stood at the top.

  31. Off topic but it appears an Afghan “climate refugee” has washed up in LA and plonked down \$20.9 million for a Beverly Hills mansion:

    Source: https://www.yahoo.com/lifestyle/son-afghanistan-former-defense-minister-172358560.html

    No news as to what his father is doing.

  32. @BB753

    they figure that if everybody moved here, demographic growth will grind down to sub-replacement level.

    Sure, if those Africans, Arabs and Afghans adopt western customs. Otherwise, they’ll multiply even faster in Europe, thanks to the clean drinking water, safe meat, high-quality maternity care and generous welfare.

  33. What do you mean ‘we,’ kemosabe?

    • Agree: Ben tillman, Kylie
  34. Escher says:

    This Khanna looks like a high order scamster.

  35. jsm says:
    @Mike Tre

    Nah… Too stupid to even understand that all the goodies (clean water, plentiful food, malarial drugs, etc.) came from the White man. They think it’s all been magic fairy dust, all along, and the accursed White man stole it all and hid it somewhere before he had the gall to die off.

    • Agree: Charon
  36. @Achmed E. Newman

    For that one, who betta than Greta?

    When the campaign for Global Climate Czar/Czarina kicks off in a couple of years, that’s sure to be the Thunberg campaign slogan; WHO BETTA THAN GRETA? I , for one, am looking forward to David French’s enthusiastic editorial endorsing her candidacy.

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
  37. bomag says:
    @BB753

    …our elites aren’t that smart but they are hell-bent on reducing the world population, ideally to a third of its current numbers.

    A significant increase is baked into the cake.

    If that is indeed the plan, it has been a colossal failure.

    • Replies: @BB753
  38. Mr. Anon says:

    When the campaign for Global Climate Czar/Czarina kicks off in a couple of years, that’s sure to be the Thunberg campaign slogan; WHO BETTA THAN GRETA? I , for one, am looking forward to David French’s enthusiastic editorial endorsing her candidacy.

    Thunberg is already the subject of “one eye obscured” pictures on magazine covers. People tell me that’s all just a conspiracy theory, and yet it really does show up everywhere.

  39. Mr. Anon says:

    Our political cartography will also evolve. Sinking South Pacific islands will need to be abandoned for Australia and New Zealand, which will in effect become their protectorates within a collective Oceania rather than meaningful sovereigns.

    What are the odds that people we’ll be reading about these “sinking South Pacific islands” a hundred years from now – sinking islands that never quite manage to sink.

    As for Australia and New Zealand – they already appear to be part of “Oceania”:

  40. Wilkey says:

    We must bridge the gap between the hyper-sensitised and short-term political discourse around migration and the collective strategy needed to house humanity.

    I’ll believe in a collective strategy when the people who advocate for a collective strategy act like they believe in a collective strategy.

    When Africans stop having so many damn children. When black fathers actually start getting jobs, and showing up to work, and raising their own children. When Womyn’s Studies and Lesbonian Study grads realize that we’re in more desperate need of nurses and truck drivers and carpenters than yet another “activist” or barista at Starbucks. When Salvadorans realize it is just as easy for them to perform labor in El Salvador as in Houston or LA. When Mackenzie Bezos and Mark Zuckerberg give up their multiple expansive houses and buy 1,500 square foot condos in Boise. When Martha’s Vineyard and Malibu offer to house a couple thousand refugees each. When Millennials think that bothering to have a child or three is more important than yet another kayaking trip to Thailand so they can make a cool Instagram post.

    And it’s oh so very nice of Parag Khanna to offer up Australia and New Zealand to Pacific Islanders, in case their islands sink. Why not the Philipines? Why not Taiwan? I get the link between Pacific Islanders and New Zealand because of the Maori, but Australia was never, ever home to any Pacific Islanders. They didn’t start moving to Australia until the white man came along. He goes there because that’s where his racist Indian mind takes him – dump the Pacific Islanders on the white people countries.

    Africa is 11.7 million square miles. Latin America is 7.6 million square miles. Asia is 17.2 million square miles. Each is many multiples larger in area than the United States, Australia, or Europe. There are plenty of places for them to move around within their own region – and usually within their own country – to avoid any real or supposed consequences of climate change.

    • Agree: Ben tillman
    • Replies: @Sgt. Joe Friday
    , @Anon
  41. Let me see if I follow the logic here:

    1. Climate change is caused by first-world consumption levels
    2. Create billions of new first-world consumers through migration
    3. PROBLEM SOLVED!!

  42. Wilkey says:
    @BB753

    Since the West is a vast population sink, they figure that if everybody moved here, demographic growth will grind down to sub-replacement level..after the third generation.

    And it will go to sub-replacement level – after the system fails and we all start killing each other. The problem is that we’ll reach that point long before we’ve relocated all the Africans to Europe.

    People who have too much confidence in the system need only look at the ongoing shortages to realize how quickly and easily a system can be broken.

  43. So where do we American migrate to? Should the drought in the western half of the US continue, it will be inhabitable. The heat combined with this horrendous non stop humidity in the east is also a problem due to energy issues. The coastal cities aren’t under water yet, but in some respect it would be a blessing if they were. Why is anyone coming here with our impending doom?

  44. PSR says:

    Your mention of Toronto brings back very pleasant memories of when I used to visit starting in the 1980s – very clean, very safe, very friendly – and then unpleasant memories of how much it changed by 2000; the entire change based on massive immigration. Oh Canada, you really blew it!

  45. Mr. Anon says:

    Parag Khanna OCTOBER 3 2021

    The writer is the author of ‘Move: How Mass Migration Will Reshape the World — and What It Means For You’

    Parag Khanna? And…………………………..WEF Affilliation confirmed:

    https://wikispooks.com/wiki/WEF/Young_Global_Leaders_2009

    It’s notable how many people who appear in the media to tell you how to live your lives were spotted and cultivated so early in their careers by the WEF. Like that awful bitch, Leanna Wen, who is always appearing on CNN. Or Paul Krugman. Or Niall Ferguson.

    Similarly, a lot of prominent business executives and political leaders were – long before you ever heard of them – identified as “Friends of Klaus”: Marc Benioff, Peter Thiel, Jeff Bezos, Eric Schmidt, Angela Merkel, Tony Blair, Gordon Brown, Nicholas Sarkozy, etc., etc.

    https://wikispooks.com/wiki/WEF/Global_Leaders_for_Tomorrow

    https://wikispooks.com/wiki/WEF/Young_Global_Leaders

    But let’s all continue to pretend that these elitist globalist organizations are not important.

    • Thanks: JohnnyWalker123
    • Replies: @JohnnyWalker123
  46. peterike says:

    The climate change scam is perfect for SubCon grifters. It lets them (1) hook into the endless gigantic pile of government money being (wasted) spent on fake climate change and (2) advocate for more unchecked immigration to the West by their thousands of cousins and extended clan.

    For a long time I thought that the success of the climate grift would never be surpassed in terms of fooling people into believing something absolutely untrue. But then Covid came along, and well, here we are. And the Covid was done in weeks, rather than the decades of climate propaganda.

    I would guess that climate alarm fanaticism and Rona fanaticism are extremely closely correlated, because they both tickle the same savior complex + super-creepy weird thrill that effectively delights over dead people or the idea of dead people. Someone should do a survey.

    BTW, this is instructive. You could do the same thing with Covid.

    https://cei.org/blog/wrong-again-50-years-of-failed-eco-pocalyptic-predictions/

  47. @Buzz Mohawk

    Books promoting immigration are a profitable niche.

    Doug Saunders is a Canadian who offered up ‘Arrival City’ in 2010. He’s made a comfortable living being a paid cheerleader for land speculators.

    https://citiesofmigration.ca/ezine_stories/why-more-is-better-doug-saunders-on-maximum-canada/

    Parag Khanna is a cosmopolitan grifter getting in on the action.

  48. Anon7 says:
    @Rob McX

    You’re close, but I don’t think they want the “country”, in the sense of America, its constitution, etc.

    They just want the land and the free support. You see, between now and 2100 they will move a half-billion people into the land here. Those people will need housing, schooling, food, health care and of course policing.

    It’s just economics. The former USA is the most underpopulated first-world country by a factor of ten. There’s plenty of room here, and global financial interests want to make money. That’s it.

    Don’t take it personally. Because everybody needs to “move over”. Blacks should forget about reparations, Hispanics won’t gain anything by becoming citizens, Asians will have hold their noses but will have more employees.

    I suppose white people could mourn what once was, a vast continent for themselves and their posterity. But that’s over, because they’ve lost it.

  49. Anonymous[204] • Disclaimer says:

    I have never been more disappointed in a city/region in North America (Canada/US) than I was in Toronto. Toxic mix of Dystopian and Bland at the same time. Horrible traffic. Jumbled mess of buildings and roads as if nobody planned anything. Anything that looked like it was of nice mid-20th Century architecture was overwhelmed by a bizarre apartment tower right near it.

    The newer homes are also at best, semi-detached monstrosities that make streets in NYC’s outer boroughs look charming. The middle-class of Canada has surrendered any ambition for nice U.S. suburb -style housing on a 1/2 acre plot for Socialized Medicine and fewer work hours I guess. Resigned themselves to such a trade-off. At least European cities have old buildings and some attempt to retain physical history.

    If you want any middle-class American to reject the Progressive Left’s agenda don’t show them Karachi or Lagos. Make them spend a week driving around the Toronto region instead. The forced, boring version of Diversity, bland, insipid, gray nature of the entire place will have them rethink their voting here.

    • Replies: @Mr. Anon
  50. @Gamecock

    Agree 100%.

    I’d put the virus response in the same category. They don’t care about people’s health or well-being. it’s just an excuse to put controls on us. In fact, I’d say they’re likely happy about old people kicking off a few years early.

    Think I’m over-stating it?

    Look at the big city crime and murder problems. Black Lives Matter! Yeah, like heck they do. The left is perfectly happy to see the murders of young black guys soar, as long as they get to blame whitey for all his racism.

  51. Matttt says:

    Today’s fiscally strained and depopulating Visegrad countries could fuse into a larger federation to better administer their vital forests, agriculture and rivers in order to prepare for demographic replenishment by Arabs and Asians.

    Wait a second. Why do you need to “prepare” your forests, agriculture and rivers before the Arabs and Asians come? Is Parag saying the Arabs and Asians will destroy the forests, ruin the fields, and pollute the rivers?

    • Replies: @2BR
  52. Altai says:

    OT: Invade the world invite the spivs news.

    Son of Afghanistan’s Former Defense Minister Buys \$20.9 Million Beverly Hills Mansion
    https://www.dirt.com/gallery/more-dirt/politicians/daoud-wardak-house-beverly-hills-1203428821

    He already owns a \$5.2 million Miami Beach condo at the prestigious St. Regis Bal Harbour resort, but Daoud Wardak apparently also wants a West Coast outpost. To that end, he’s heading for Beverly Hills — records reveal the semi-mysterious businessman, who is a son of former Afghan Minister of Defense Abdul Rahim Wardak, has bought a \$20.9 million mansion on a prime Trousdale Estates street.

    Built all-new this year and designed by local architecture firm Woods + Dangaran, the nearly 9,000-square-foot house was described in an off-market listing as a fusion of “modern meets midcentury.” The 0.58-acre property last sold in 2016 for \$9.5 million to the Woodbridge Group, a now-defunct Ponzi scheme; Woodbridge demolished the original house on the lot, and the new structure was sold to Wardak on behalf of Woodbridge’s bankruptcy proceedings by Viewpoint Collection, a premier developer of high-end Los Angeles homes.

    The new house replaced a smaller but seductively curvaceous 1960s midcentury modern long owned by Sally Hershberger, a Kansas oil heiress-turned-L.A.’s infamous “hairstylist to the stars.” During her ownership tenure, Hershberger leased the property to Candace Nelson, founder of the Sprinkles Cupcakes and Pizzana food chains, before selling it in 2013 for \$6.9 million to a Florida-based businessman.

    You may not like it but the son of a former Afghan Defense Minister buying a house built by a Ponzi scheme (With a classic vague forgettable and WASPy and responsible sounding ‘Woodbridge Group’) in Beverley Hills is what peak post-America looks like. Spivery upon spivery.

    • Thanks: Gabe Ruth
    • Replies: @peterike
  53. Rob McX says:

    Speaking of human geography rather than migration can be a powerful rhetorical tool, for it emphasises that we are all in the same boat and gently shifts the focus from narrow national sovereignty to expansive planetary stewardship.

    Whitey takes “stewardship of the planet”, which means taking in millions whose only stewardship is of the interests of their own kin – “I and my family against the world”. This will work out great.

    • Replies: @bomag
  54. Is that like Brain Circulation which the industrialists came up with to replace Industrial Spying in order to hire more H-1Bs?

  55. Public schools are big contributors to global warming, but their destructive powers are second to none.

  56. >If we are wise, the answer will be “programmable geography” — recoding places based on their changing roles in our fluid global system.

    Sure. One such district can focus on producing luxury items, such as jewelry. Another district can focus on weapons and masonry. District 3 can produce televisions, computers, and other electronics. District 4: fishing. District 5: power and electricity. District 6: transportation. Etc, etc.

  57. Thoughts says:

    All the white men are going to be dead of heart attacks soon so…

    Why not?

  58. @Wilkey

    “When Mackenzie Bezos and Mark Zuckerberg give up their multiple expansive houses and buy 1,500 square foot condos in Boise.”

    Please, no. We already have too many left wingers here for my liking. I am sick to death of seeing all the “Refugees Welcome” bumper stickers and “I (heart) My Muslim Neighbors” signs.

  59. @kaganovitch

    I can see her campaign opponents now, maybe Angela Merkel, all jealous of this young lady who would be pretty cute if she’d smile more and not talk about The Planet during dinner dates: “Why is it always Greta, Greta, Greta?!”

    .

    you know, on account of, she could look like Marcia Brady, had she a nice pair of orange bell-bottoms.

    • Replies: @SunBakedSuburb
  60. Put another data point in my cup in support of my theory that the Global Warming/Climate Change hysteria is the Globalists’ pretext for dealing with the Sailerian “world’s most important chart” showing a population explosion in Sub-Saharan Africa, the nations of which are of course ill suited to serving the vital needs of their current populations (i.e., potable water, sanitation, supply of necessities).

    Climate Change presents the moral case for why everyone in the developed world owes black/brown/yellow people a sort of reverse lebensraum into Europe and North America, and this case is being laid out with the expectation that there will be many, many more destitute black/brown/yellow people in the not too distant future.

  61. J1234 says:

    “We must bridge the gap….”

    Whenever a writer starts a sentence with, “We must,” I tend to stop listening.

  62. Gabe Ruth says:

    It is the destiny of white people to become Fremen. We just need to preserve the words of Sam Hyde as our scriptures, just in case our past errors appear again in spite of the drastic selection our coming transformation will entail.

  63. Richard B says:
    @Buzz Mohawk

    Adapting sovereignty to a new reality is what we owe the future.

    No. Adapting to reality is what we owe ourselves if we want to survive. I’ll leave it to the reader to determine who the we stands for.

    In any event, since perfect adaptation between any organism and its environment is impossible, especially for a species as complex as human beings, and since our primary means of adaptation is verbal behavior, which is, as the experts might say, species-specific, the best means of adaptation is to expose our explanations of the world to a process of continuous feedback and correction. In short, apply the tools of modern science to our social institutions.

    But, since the hostile elite are currently in the process of deconstructing modern science and thereby undermining our principle means of adaptation (or, more bluntly, of survival), what they’re really doing is making it crystal clear to anyone paying attention (which does not include those orchestrating this mass madness) that the human race is a biologically maladaptive species that shouldn’t laugh at the dinosaurs for getting themselves extinct. After all, they lasted a lot longer than we have so far.

    It’s becoming increasingly more obvious that of all of the races whites were the only ones who ever produced a few people truly interested in increasing our chances of survival by rendering us more adaptive and using our educational institutions to train people to at least understand this, if not actually participate in it. And maybe this is the real reason they hate whites. They have a death wish and those whites are in the way.

    Of course, that they interpret their death wish as a means for permanent rule and willing subjugation is merely symptomatic of the kind of delusional thinking associated with their death wish. Now that’s what I call a Pyrrhic Victory.

  64. Now I don’t know nothing about no global warming.

    But neither do the know-it-alls on here who pontificate about it.

    Fatuousness, thou art triumphant.

  65. Probably more immigrants have move to a single suburb of Toronto, high-rise Mississauga

    …which has more people than Boston, Denver, Washington, Detroit, Baltimore, and several other major league cities. However, it ranks only #79 among the world’s largest suburbs. La Matanza, outside Buenos Aires, is almost as populous as Toronto proper.

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_satellite_cities_by_population

    (But, come on, are Yokohama, Kawasaki, and Kobe really suburbs? Just “satellite”, i.e., swallowed cities. The Town of Hempstead isn’t a city at all.)

    Hazel McCallion served as mayoress from 1978 to 2014. She’s still with us at 100. Like Norm Macdonald, she attended an Anglophone high school in Quebec City. They call her “Hurricane Hazel”, after the literal one that hit Lake Ontario in 1954. Evidently she has a mouth like Norm’s, too.

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hazel_McCallion

    • Replies: @Brutusale
  66. @Buzz Mohawk

    At this point, does anyone really take the “Climate Crisis” seriously?

    I mean, as a reality test, if anyone sincerely believed the Earth was about to become an uninhabitable flooded fire ball due to CO2 emissions, they would actually propose a serious solution on that eminently solvable issue — e.g., nuclear power, a carbon tax, deep sea carbon capture and storage, etc., etc.

    But instead, the crisis advocates only use the climate as a vehicle for getting some other policy advanced — e.g., socialist “Green New Deal” wealth redistribution, open borders, etc. If any true believers really existed and cared, wouldn’t they be be out there opposing this issue hijacking?

    So my working hypothesis is that the absence of anyone seriously focusing on the actual carbon issue means that nobody (at least nobody in power on the left, anyway) actually believes in the “Climate Crisis.”

    The day rich Democrats agree to nuclear power and abandon their Malibu beach homes for higher ground, is the day I will believe that they believe.

    • Agree: Adept
    • Replies: @Buzz Mohawk
    , @Marat
  67. Etcetera says:

    Canada already has tried this, letting in many millions of migrants over the last few decades, with virtually none of them becoming sod-busters

    Now that’s just not true! In fact, I could swear I remember reading about a family of immigrant blueberry farmers in the news not so long ago. Ah, here we go:

    https://vancouversun.com/news/local-news/jassi-sidhu-the-tragedy-of-a-forbidden-love

  68. peterike says:
    @Altai

    buying a house built by a Ponzi scheme (With a classic vague forgettable and WASPy and responsible sounding ‘Woodbridge Group’)

    Indeed, very WASPy. Let’s see who was behind that…

    Robert Shapiro, 61, of Sherman Oaks, California, Dane R. Roseman, a/k/a “Dayne Roseman,” 35, of Encino, California, and Ivan Acevedo, 42, of Chatsworth, California, were charged, by an indictment out of the Southern District of Florida that was unsealed today, with conspiracy to commit mail and wire fraud and substantive mail fraud counts

    WASPs.

    • Thanks: LondonBob
  69. bomag says:
    @Lex

    …demographic replenishment by Arabs and Asians.

    One of these is not like the other.

  70. bomag says:
    @Rob McX

    True “stewardship of the planet” would involve little mass migration.

  71. guest007 says:
    @Rob McX

    A corollary to this is that it is commonplace to claim that whites are too stupid for high tech work, too lazy for manual labor, too twisted to get married, and to selfish to have children so that they need replace but one cannot say the reverse. Just like the immigrants are going to replace whites when they seem to do a better job of replacing blacks in urban areas.

  72. @Hypnotoad666

    You are correct.

    At most, Climate Change™ is something that has always happened on Earth, something that requires that we adapt to it. We live in a time when, maybe, we can predict the change and prepare for it, unlike our ancestors who simply, gradually adapted anyway.

    Either way, humans will live in whatever climate exists on Earth. Short-term warming is indeed being exploited for causes unrelated, and nuclear power is the clean energy that everyone capable should be building. The thorium reactor is the answer to any fears that anyone has been using against nuclear energy, and yet the West is making very little effort to develop it.

    If you want your Tesla cars to make any sense at all, then you have to generate their power at nuclear plants.

    Whatever. The truth is probably that we could all just go on doing what we do now and it wouldn’t make a bit of difference.

    • Replies: @Hypnotoad666
  73. njguy73 says:
    @PiltdownMan

    He promotes technocratic government, mixed capitalism, and social conservatism. And he wants his daughter to have a marketable skill instead of some useless degree.

    Americans should be more like that.

    • Replies: @Dumbo
  74. “fluid global system” and “programmable geography”

    The language of financial oligarchs and their idiot servants in media and government.

    • Thanks: Cortes, Charon
    • Replies: @Marat
  75. FPD72 says:

    There will be climate pioneers who terraform difficult new terrain in places such as Canada and Russia for millions of future migrants.

    “[T]erraform?” This guy has been reading too much science fiction. Maybe he has mistaken rural Canada for a moon of Jupiter. He just can’t get Farmer in the Sky out of his head. Maybe he read it in junior high and has been looking for an opportunity to use the word.

    Only in science fiction do aliens own farms and work them. On earth some do stoop labor on farms (never on farms they homestead) but most head for cities.

  76. Anon[134] • Disclaimer says:

    OT: Another fake hate crime: Black arrested after posting fake racist frat party invitation that said No Blacks.

    https://www.breitbart.com/tech/2021/10/07/black-east-carolina-university-student-arrested-allegedly-posting-fake-racist-frat-party-invite-no-blacks/

  77. Anon[134] • Disclaimer says:

    OT: Black student attacks disabled white teacher for a Tik-Tok challenge.

    https://www.fox8live.com/2021/10/07/video-student-attacks-covington-high-teacher-tik-tok-challenge/

    I wouldn’t teach for all the tea in China.

    • Replies: @Anon
  78. @Achmed E. Newman

    “Greta, Greta, Greta?!”

    I feel sorry for that haggard, old-looking kid. The seething hatred she summons for an abstract concept is indicative of a personal darkness that is not normal for someone her age. Her actor parents, failed in their professions, used her as an alternative route to public success and all that comes with it.

  79. @Buzz Mohawk

    The thorium reactor is the answer

    Yes. Gotta love the thorium reactor.

    For the uninitiated, it’s an awesome technology in which the nuclear fission takes place in a liquid soup of molten salt. Because there is no pressurized water needed for cooling, there is nothing to explode and no need for big containment vessels. If the liquid fuel/salt soup starts to overheat, the salt naturally expands, which naturally moderates the reaction. As a fail-safe, excess heat will just melt a plug at the bottom and cause the molten salt to pour out into a catch-bin where it solidifies and stops any fission. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aqPLU8ge-0w

    Bill Gates’ company, TerraPower, has a different modular nuke design called a Travelling Wave Reactor, that will run for 30 years with zero human involvement. Just bury it and walk away. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Traveling_wave_reactor

    • Thanks: bomag
  80. His solutions all benefit Indians. It is as LKY said.

    BTW, we were all thinking Camp of the Saints got it wrong because the boat people were coming from Africa, but maybe we just got the timeline wrong. The Indian boat people are still coming.

    • Agree: bomag
  81. @Arclight

    “The 21st century white man’s burden”

    Attention Programmer: Develop a better egregore for the Germanic tribes so they can unify against the Imperium and render to ash the cult stew in Rome that gave birth to Judeo-Christian Inc. Call it Wotan or Odin or Prometheus or whatever you decide. It’s your call, obviously. All I’m asking for is an alternative to the current reality wherein white men became slaves to the malignant god with the Nordic Jesus avatar.

  82. POPULISM VS POPULARISM

    https://www.nytimes.com/2021/10/08/opinion/democrats-david-shor-education-polarization.html

    Wow, great grist for the iSteve mill. A leading Democratic Party strategist argues that the only way the Dems can obtain majorities is to win back the deplorables. Plenty to satirize.

    Shor believes the party has become too unrepresentative at its elite levels to continue being representative at the mass level. “I don’t think it’s a coincidence that the people we’ve lost are likely to be low-socioeconomic-status people,” he said. “If you look inside the Democratic Party, there are three times more moderate or conservative nonwhite people than very liberal white people, but very liberal white people are infinitely more represented. That’s morally bad, but it also means eventually they’ll leave.” The only way out of this, he said, is to “care more and cater to the preference of our low-socioeconomic-status supporters.”

    Others in the Party don’t want those dirty, low-status votes.

    All this comes down to a simple prescription: Democrats should do a lot of polling to figure out which of their views are popular and which are not popular, and then they should talk about the popular stuff and shut up about the unpopular stuff. “Traditional diversity and inclusion is super important, but polling is one of the only tools we have to step outside of ourselves and see what the median voter actually thinks,” Shor said. This theory is often short-handed as “popularism.” It doesn’t sound as if it would be particularly controversial.

    It is.

    Their candor about needing to deceive the voters about the content of their program is quit surprising.

  83. Roger says:

    Migration is a huge cause of greenhouse gas emissions. The USA has an extra 100 million people from immigration of the past few decades, and they are putting out a whole lot more carbon than if they had stayed in their home countries.

    • Agree: Charon
  84. anon[178] • Disclaimer says:

    You know, Canada already has tried this, letting in many millions of migrants over the last few decades, with virtually none of them becoming sod-busters out on the prairie.

    Toronto and Vancouver are no longer Canadian cities. The residents have been ethnically cleansed and have been turned into the Cayman Islands for Asian criminals

  85. Gamecock says:

    OMFG !!!

    There is no such thing as a “thorium reactor.”

    Breeding thorium died an appropriate death 30 years ago. WTF would you want to exdume it?

  86. Marat says:
    @SunBakedSuburb

    Righto. The dull monoculture of Silicon Valley is indeed global. The only thing missing was the trademark valleyspeak catchphrase, “change the world”. (A mandatory phrase required in all college entrance essays since 2006.)

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
  87. @Marat

    “Change the world … FOREVER.”

    — Every movie trailer of the 21st Century.

  88. 2BR says:
    @Matttt

    No, he is saying that the current Visegrad inhabitants must work hard now so others may inherit something of greater value. The Arabs who will be moving there must inherit working farms, not empty fields. He is actually saying this.

  89. Marat says:
    @Hypnotoad666

    Tesla owners will make out just fine. It’s like joining a government goodies club, and it works like this. You build your house according to state specs and include a certain number of solar panels, recouping numerous state incentives for your trouble. Any excess power your panels produce is sold back to the state at the going distributor rate (below retail rate). Then, you then recoup this credited power by charging your Tesla on the grid. Complete circle for the rich.

    Poor people … they get smelly buses and germy/dangerous light rail transportation to /from work (also govt subsidized).

    • Replies: @Hypnotoad666
  90. Anon[273] • Disclaimer says:
    @viennacapitalist

    I don’t think the slavs will have any choice. There is no question that the globalists will simply be satisfied with North America and W. Europe and leave the slavs alone. Not only does it seem pretty obvious judging by the carefully engineered cultural zeitgeist that “white supremacy” (in other words white self-rule) is to be destroyed everywhere it is encountered, but the globalists have a long history in slavic lands and see these lands and their inhabitants as a kind of tribal birthright, particularly after they got a brief taste of what they could do with complete control in the years following 1917. They will almost certainly insist on seeing eastern Europe and Russia transformed into a land of globalist rulers, African and Muslim overseers, and slavic whores.

    Africa will be bursting at the seams with excess population over the coming decades so there will be no shortage of raw humanity to send to the slavs. As the left continues to entrench in the USA and western Europe and the hysteria over white supremacy intensifies, so will the pressure exerted on the Visegard 4 and the rest to open up their borders to refugees and other immigrants. They have stood more or less firm up to now, but realize that this has been only the gentlest of prodding and nothing compared to the internal subversion and external pressure yet to come. The slavic-sphere sans Russia is not a viable power center and will be pressured or even outright threatened into demographic capitulation over the coming decades. Not only that, but the slavs will be forced to open up much more rapidly than W. Europe and America ever were, because unlike the former, the slavs will be coerced by foreign pressure rather than internal political and social engineering.

    • Thanks: Charon
    • Replies: @Buzz Mohawk
  91. And here’s the reason for the anonymity afforded the Texas School Shooter

    Now free on \$75K bail.

  92. @Anon

    First of all, “Slavs” is too limited a term for The People of Eastern Europe. Many of them are not Slavic at all, but who cares?

    Second, you don’t know them. The have none of the sensitivities Western people do to what we might as well call “racial fairness.” On the contrary, they still possess a cultural memory of invasions and the problems wrought by them. Furthermore, many of them live every day with the Gypsy problem, with no illusions whatsoever. They have nothing nice to say about parasites or invaders.

    They don’t give a damn if you call them “racists.” They are, by definition, racists, and they don’t care. I find that refreshing when I am there.

    Instead of your prediction, imagine perhaps they they will in fact join with Russia in The Stand for who they are and where they live. Who they are could end up being the closest approximation to who we are that will survive the onslaught, and it will not be pretty. They are fully capable of killing when killing is justified. You have never met a more realistic person.

    The only possible problem has been hinted at by Steve Sailer: Invasion via Turkey. That could be too big, but allied with Russia, Eastern Europe will have the protection of unbeatable weapons.

    They may end up living in interesting times… and they might eventually be the last hold out of White, European Man.

    • Agree: JerseyJeffersonian
  93. @Marat

    Then, you then recoup this credited power by charging your Tesla on the grid. Complete circle for the rich.

    It’s even better. Musk has a plan to use Tesla cars as a virtual utility company. The owners will charge up at cheap rates overnight and then sell their stored energy back into the grid at the more expensive peak rates. This will all be run and managed by Tesla’s proprietary software installed in the cars.

    This buy low, sell high strategy works best where the grid is dependent on solar and wind, which go off line just when people need electricity. Genius.

  94. Moses says:
    @Rob McX

    Short version: Move over, Whitey. We want your country.

    Yes

  95. @Buzz Mohawk

    If nothing else, it’s a fine example of arrogant technocratic totalitarianism.

    “We” need to do X. “We” need to do Y.

    As with minoritarianism the core of the ideology: You are not fit for republican self-government. You do not own your life, but belong to other people.

    ~~~

    BTW, the fraud here is pretty open. Any actual environment stewardship precisely requires the reverse–ownership.

    The human impact on the planet is lessened precisely where particular people own a particular patch, take responsibility for cleaning it up and keeping it nice and are motivated to do so because they and their children reap the rewards for doing so.

    The right of people to move into places other people have made nice, destroys stewardship.

    • Agree: Buzz Mohawk, ic1000, Rob McX
    • Replies: @Ben tillman
  96. Brutusale says:
    @Reg Cæsar

    Mississauga was well known back in the 90s for its bargain strip joints catering to the Toronto trade show crowd. Lap dances for 10 loonies (\$7.80 American)!

  97. Maybe this is the real reason the left hates Elon Musk, he might actually solve global warming and rising sea’s.

  98. @Achmed E. Newman

    A geographic version of “Let them eat cake.”

    They can come to the USA, but they have to live in the cities that will be most affected by rising sea levels, when the property values will also be underwater.

  99. Mr. Anon says:
    @Anonymous

    If you want any middle-class American to reject the Progressive Left’s agenda don’t show them Karachi or Lagos. Make them spend a week driving around the Toronto region instead. The forced, boring version of Diversity, bland, insipid, gray nature of the entire place will have them rethink their voting here.

    Lefties are always gassing on about bland, sterile, and square conservative societies are. How whitebread and mayonaise they all are (why they hate mayonaise I have no idea – what do they make tunafish sandwiches with? Salsa?). Come the revolution, so they think, cities will all become cute little brunch places with fair-trade coffee, hip boutiques, and full of vibrant foreigners who do all the real work and have the children.

    The reality is that they will become impoverished drones living in grey cities full of weed stores and methadone clinics, buying food in filthy bodegas and going to seedy run-down hospitals when they are sick until they die childless and alone. I wish them joy of it.

  100. @AnotherDad

    Garret Hardin, David Sloan Wilson, and Matt Ridley agree with you. And that is some impressive company.

  101. Dumbo says:
    @njguy73

    technocratic government

    Lol. Because it’s working so fine in the Covid era.

    he wants his daughter to have a marketable skill instead of some useless degree.

    Nonsense. The idea that a lot women should be coding is stupid. Maybe a few of the more masculine or brighter ones. The rest should either be in traditional occupations for women (nursing, kindergarten teachers, etc) or just at home taking care of the kids.

  102. @Bill Jones

    and Rittenhouse has a \$2 mil bail.

  103. As Slav (Croat) born in Austria who has spent utold nights and days partying in Bratilsava, Budapest, Belgrade, Bucharest, etc. as a student and on various busness trips and on top has a Russian wife, I do feel qualified to have an opinion on the matter.
    @ Anon with the exception of Hungarians (Slavic genes, non slavic language) and Rumanians (Romanic language with many slavic words) they are all Slavs (except Baltics, which are few in Numbers).

    I would slightly disagree with Buzz’s analysis: the words racist/race are terms that are not used oftern, if at all, in everyday discourse, neither in a self referential, nor in an accusatory way. As a consequence, arguments (propaganda) using these terms will not accomplish much, if anything. If the term is used, at all, it is used for virtue signalling purposes vis a vis Westerners to accomplisch certain objectives (more money, position in an international organisation, denouncing of political opponents) – These words are not used for the domestic audience.

    Second, when Eastern Europeans talk about “going West”, what they have in mind is NOT the multicoulturalism of London or New York, etc. (which I personally enjoy very much on busness trips) but the orderliness and efficienty of Vienna, Zurich and Munich (they are much less impressed, on average, by the rotting infrastructure and ghettos of the angloshpere). As these places deteriorate, their desire to emulate the West will fade. My russian wife, for instance, tells me than on Russian social media there is increasing talk of Paris not beeing worthy of a visit for all the well known reasons…
    Do not forget that even Navalny, daling of the globalists, is a fierce nationalist who once suggested deporting all Tadjik guest workers (with whom most Russians have no problem) and even liberal Russians who I meet in Vienna look at me in shocking astonischment when I mention to them that their country is perfectly equiped to solve the globe’s overpopulation problem.
    My point: even those liberal eastern europeans who are perfectly sincere in their aim of emulating good western values (democracy, rule of law, etc.) are not allies of liberals when it comes to mass migration…

    Defending the borders is a non-issio due to technical superiority and just a matter of political willpower. I once asked a former Russian policeman-turned-cab-driver ( very nice and well mannered chap, not the stereotype one has in mind) who complained to me about the loss of authority of policemen in modern Russia, about whether he would have any qualms using his Makarov when confronted with an illegal border crossing and he looked at me, as I had just escaped an insane asylum 🙂

    • Thanks: Sam Malone
  104. BB753 says:
    @bomag

    Just wait a couple of years until the effects of MRNA technology start to kick in among the vaccinated population.

  105. Never having visited Missassauga, I’d say that photo looks a lot like Hong Kong. Or is that racist?

  106. Anonymous[329] • Disclaimer says:
    @BB753

    Granted, our elites aren’t that smart but they are hell-bent on reducing the world population, ideally to a third of its current numbers.

    No they aren’t. They are hell-bent on reducing the White population.

    • Replies: @BB753
  107. Anonymous[329] • Disclaimer says:
    @IHTG

    The specific reference to the Visegrad countries suggests intentional trolling.

    It suggests intentional genocide.

  108. Anon[267] • Disclaimer says:
    @Wilkey

    And it’s oh so very nice of Parag Khanna to offer up Australia and New Zealand to Pacific Islanders, in case their islands sink. Why not the Philipines? Why not Taiwan?

    Who not Pakistan and India?

  109. profnasty says:

    USA.
    Rumors of it’s death are
    highly exaggerated.

  110. Anon[423] • Disclaimer says:
    @Anon

    Black student attacks disabled white teacher for a Tik-Tok challenge.

    The student was female. It seems like a lot of black violence these days is by females. She also doesn’t look 18. I guess I’m “adultifying” her:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Adultification_bias

    At any rate, someone who is 18 so early in the school year has probably be held behind for a year or more. She’ll be 19 by the end of the school year. She should already have graduated. I think you should be moved out of a normal high school at a certain age and put in some sort of adult school for high school diplomas.

    • Disagree: Abolish_public_education
  111. @Bill Jones

    NYP has been following the story, but good information has been slow to come out. Was he a bully, a victim, or a bit of both? When a victim does something sensational, even if it’s suicide-at-home, the government (i.e. taxpayers) wind up paying [lawyers].

    NYP also quoted statistics that in-school, assault with a deadly weapon sorts of violent acts have been way up this school year (though still small in number).

    [MORE]

    That video of the in-classroom beating had an amusing element: The mutual combatants smashed into a full bookcase that was prominently marked in the white paper, capital letters R-E-A-D. The letters were blasted all over the place, like the feathers of a bird hit by a speeding car. The boys ended up pressed up against a bulletin board that was promoting, in that famously ridiculous, school classroom decorating style, development of writing skills.

  112. BB753 says:
    @Anonymous

    Because Whites are an easy target. Reducing birth rates in Africa south of the Sahara has proven an impossible task. So they figured out that in order to depopulate Africa, they had to move Africans where their birth rates would fall down, that is, the West.
    Developed countries have become vast death camps, places where it’s impossible to reproduce or live healthy lives, but where euthanasia and abortion are easily available. Now with mRNA technology and increasing poverty, it’s only a matter of time, perhaps less than a decade, before people start dying in large numbers before they reach 50. Every oligarch’s wet dream.

  113. @Mr. Anon

    Junior members of the outer party.

    Vet&indoctrinate them before letting them into real positions of influence.

  114. @mexianon

    its not about democratic voters, that is d&c. its about lowering the average IQ of the nation so it can be more effectively looted.

    But if you lower it too far, there won’t be much left to loot. Where is the “sweet spot”?

  115. bomag says:
    @Arclight

    The White Man’s Burden analogy is apt, with the Wokesters and activist POCs reciting the poem as they eagerly wait for the …best we breed; to stand in heavy harness; and serve our captive’s needs.

    Also note that modern media has made much of the world familiar with modern western consumerism, so the delta of strangeness today is much less than in the past.

  116. Fred B. says:

    Challenge:

    We have a commons problem (“Climate Change”) driven by the use of fossil fuels, which are most commonly used in transportation and heating. Now, your task is to explain why the solution is to move “millions, maybe billions” of people from their supposedly too-warm homelands to countries where it gets cold for a large part of the year, raising their standard of living (and CO2 consumption) to industrialized nation levels, and also making sure they have enough cash to buy plane tickets to visit their less fortunate relatives back home a couple times a year.

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