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The congressional GOP leas by House Speaker Paul Ryan has been meeting this week to try to get Republican immigration legislation through the House. There is a deadline looming: next Tuesday, June 12th. Twenty-three of the most RINO-ish Republican representatives have been pushing for a discharge petition. [House Republican factions hunt for immigration deal, By Alan Fram And Lisa Mascaro, AP, June 7, 2018]

The House rules—I tell ya, I’ve been reading up this stuff, and God! do I need a drink—the House rules say that a discharge petition can only be brought up on the second and fourth Monday of each month.

Hence the deadline. If the 23 RINOs can get a majority of House members to sign on to it by next Tuesday, on June 25 the House will have to consider—to actually vote on—four proposals for immigration legislation that have been stuck in committee. By House rules one of those proposals—the one that gets most votes—will pass and go to the Senate.

As Radio Derb goes to tape, the RINOs are three votes short. [Discharged? House Republicans Inch Closer to an Immigration Showdown, by Haley Byrd, Weekly Standard, June 8, 2018]

Supposing this discharge petition is voted up next week, what would that mean for immigration?

A clue: which House members have actually signed the petition. There are of course the 23 RINOs who’ve been pushing the thing. Who else? All but one of the House Democrats—192 of the blighters. [Who has signed the DACA discharge petition, CNN, June 6, 2018]So if the discharge petition goes through, the House will end up passing Democrat-approved legislation, which of course means a huge mass Amnesty in return for nothing at all.

And this is in fact what a great many other House Republicans want—including Paul Ryan. So why aren’t they all signing the discharge petition?

Because House Republicans are pulled two ways. Pulling them to the Left are their big-money donors, who want cheap labor. Pulling them to their Right are their voters, who want restrictions on immigration.

For a GOP congresscritter to sign that discharge petition would be to stick a big fat finger in the eye of his voter base. Few of them—23 is the actual number—are shameless enough to do that.

Speaker Ryan, who is of course a Republican, is looking at the prospect of the House passing Democrat legislation on a key issue five months before midterm elections. Eeeek! So he called the meeting to assure the House GOP that their leadership will have an immigration bill of their own any day now—so don’t sign that petition! Please!

What will Ryan’s legislation look like? With a Republican President in the White House, congressional Republicans feel they have to make a show of deferring to the President’s proposals when cooking up legislation.

In the case of immigration, our President’s proposals were spelled out for the nation back in late January. We here at of course passed comments on them at the time.

The President’s proposals have, for purposes of reference, been collapsed down Chinese-style into a handy numerical slogan: the Four Pillars of Immigration Reform:

  • Mass amnesty for two million illegal aliens who came here as minors, or can produce fake documentation to that effect
  • Twenty-five billion dollars for border security, explicitly including a proper wall along our southern border.
  • Severe reductions in the scope of chain migration.
  • An end to the diversity-visa lottery.

Those are Trump’s Four Pillars. From our point of view—the point of view of patriotic conservatives who want sane, rational policies on settlement and citizenship to the benefit of current U.S. citizens—they fall considerably short. They don’t, for example, mention birthright citizenship, or compulsory E-Verify, or the Refugee Resettlement rackets, or the rain forest of guest-worker programs keeping American wages down.

But the President’s proposals, if implemented in law and properly enforced, would be a huge improvement.

What is the chance we shall actually get them? Not good.

A major problem: Paul Ryan himself. In the psychic tug-of-war for the Republican soul between wealthy donors and Republican voters, Ryan has been clearly and consistently on the side of the Chamber of Commerce, the Koch Brothers, Sheldon Adelson etc. That’s not mere empty abuse on my part, either. There’s a long paper trail in evidence here: has been tracking Ryan for years.

In fairness to the House Speaker, I think some application of the Napoleon Principle is appropriate here (It’s not clear that the Napoleon Principle actually was stated by Napoleon but it’s an important rule):

Never ascribe to malice that which can be explained by stupidity.

So how much of Speaker Ryan’s cucky RINOtude is cynical calculation for his own advancement, and how much is just native stupidity?

Given that Ryan has announced he will not be running for re-election, with the corresponding assumption that he will, after leaving the House, sink into an extravagantly-remunerated career as a congressional lobbyist; and that, aged only 48, his career will last at least a couple of decades, bringing him in many tens of millions—quite possibly hundreds of millions—of dollars, you have to suspect an element of careerist ambition.

On the other hand, my impression has always been that, on the subject of immigration, the stupidity factor in Ryan’s case is at least as important as the careerist one. His recorded statements on immigration issues reflect the stalest, corniest tropes of immigration sentimentality: Nation of immigrants! Who we are! Ellis Island! Famine ships! Statue of Liberty!

My best guess on the careerism-stupidity ratio in Ryan’s motivations is that for most of his career it hovered around one part careerism to three parts stupidity. Now, with retirement from the House coming up, and the lobbying firms hammering on his door, it’s probably swung round to something like the reverse: three parts careerism to one part stupidity.

If I’m right even roughly-approximately right, there’s not much hope for policies that stick close to the President’s Four Pillars

What the GOP House leadership will most likely propose: mass Amnesty garnished with some vague, easily-evaded promises about a technological solution to border security—cameras, drones, and so on—together possibly with some equally vague, equally easily-avoidable noise about stricter interior enforcement.

What about the Senate? It’s hard to be optimistic. Serving those six-year terms, Senators in general are less bothered about pleasing their voters than House members.


Republican senators are also cuckier. I just went through the score cards at NumbersUSA, counting up House and Senate Republicans by grade on recent immigration votes. Down in the really bad grades—C, D, and F—the numbers are not that different: 34 percent of House Republicans versus 26 percent of Senators. Up in the As and Bs there’s a much bigger difference. Thirty-two percent of House Republicans scored As, against only ten percent of Senators. GOP Senators bunch up in the cucky Bs, 63 percent of them.

So it’s hard to see much hope for real reform from the Senate, even if the House were to pass it out.

If the Senators saw enough of a wind getting up among the voters, they would of course trim their sails. It would take a startling result in the midterms to get their attention, though—too late for this current round of legislative proposals. The Senate will most likely do nothing.

What about the President? Presumably any legislation that landed on his desk would be signed, or not, according to whether it came close enough to January’s Four Pillars.

OK, but how close? A mass Amnesty and border wall but nothing on chain migration or the diversity-visa lottery?

Eh, maybe.

What about Mass Amnesty garnished with a lot of fluffy, insincere, disposable promises about surveillance drones on the border and increased funding for ICE? Would Trump veto that?

I’m not at all sure that he would. I hope he would, of course, but my faith is not strong.

For one thing, the President has been feeble on immigration. This was surely the one issue more than any other that won him the presidency; yet he seems strangely oblivious of the fact.

We hear from the President time and again that he’d love to do something about immigration but his hands are constitutionally tied, he can only keep urging Congress to pass legislation.

That’s not true, as commenters keep pointing out. Sample:

According to the Congressional Research Service under expedited removal, both administrative and judicial review are limited to cases in which the alien claims to be a U.S. citizen or to have been previously admitted as a legal immigrant. Nobody else has an entitlement to demand entry into our country and access to the courts. It would be nice to tighten up the statute, but there is nothing stopping Trump from interpreting it properly today.

[How Trump can protect the border without Congress by Daniel Horowitz; Conservative Review, April 4th 2018.]

It’s true the President can’t do a whole lot, especially in the zone of legal immigration. There are some things he can do, though, and he’s mostly not doing them.

The impression I’ve been getting is that the National Question isn’t often at the front of Trump’s mind. It does get dragged to the front now and then, when some advisor—Stephen Miller, perhaps—holds Trump’s attention for a few minutes; or when, as now, the forthcoming electoral consequences of ignoring the National Question are unavoidably obvious.

It’s not a heart issue with him, though, as it is with those of us who’ve been badgering on about it for years.

It surely takes second place in Trump’s mind to personal grievances and antagonisms. Every immigration patriot’s favorite government employee today is Jeff Sessions, who actually has been trying to do some of the things the Executive can do without the need for new laws.

The President has continued to express his unhappiness with Sessions’ recusing himself from the Russia investigation. This last week he tweet that if Sessions had told him before recusing himself, quote, “I would have quickly picked someone else.” This was a year and a quarter after the event. Talk about bearing a grudge!

Meanwhile Jeff Sessions’ dogged efforts to improve immigration law enforcement have apparently gone un-noticed by the President.

Other personnel issues that leave one wondering how much we can hope for from this President. Perhaps the biggest: Marc Short, Trump’s Director of Legislative Affairs.

The meaning of that job title is, this guy is the President’s main liaison to Congress. For example, he sat in, representing the President, on that Thursday morning meeting in the Capitol basement, the meeting where Cucky Ryan promised to forestall next week’s discharge petition with immigration legislation of his own. [Former Koch Exec Marc Short Overseeing Amnesty Plan that Breaks with Trump’s Immigration Principles, by Joh Binder,, June 7, 2018]

So what do we know about Marc Short? Well, Marc Short had been a consultant for the Marco Rubio campaign. Not just out of nominative solidarity with Marco, either: He was a strong Never Trumper. He also consulted for Mike Pence, though; that was apparently his foot in the door of the Trump administration.

Before becoming a Never Trumper, Short had spent four years as President of Freedom Partners, a lobbying group run by and financed by the fanatically open-borders Koch brothers.

The Koch brothers; Never Trumpers; Marco Rubio; that’s some weird résumé for a senior political position on the staff of a President aiming at patriotic immigration reform.

And Marc Short is just the tip of the personnel iceberg. Why is Kirstjen Nielsen still in charge at Homeland Security? She’s obviously clueless; although to be fair to the President, this fact seems to be dawning on him, to judge by his May 9th rage against her in a cabinet meeting. [Kirstjen Nielsen, Chief of Homeland Security, Almost Resigned After Trump Tirade, By Michael D. Shear and Nicole Perlroth, NYT, May 10, 2018] So fire her, Mr. President.

Bottom line: Nothing to hope for from Congress; some signs of wakening awareness from the President; God preserve Jeff Sessions!

2010-12-24dl[1] John Derbyshire [email him] writes an incredible amount on all sorts of subjects for all kinds of outlets. (This no longer includes National Review, whose editors had some kind of tantrum and fired him. ) He is the author of We Are Doomed: Reclaiming Conservative Pessimism and several other books. He has had two books published by com:FROM THE DISSIDENT RIGHT (also available in Kindle) and FROM THE DISSIDENT RIGHT II: ESSAYS 2013.

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  1. I do not believe that America can or will survive in anything near its present form once the population goes below 60% white. In my view, increasing the white percentage is the only hope. There are two prongs to achieving this.

    – First, the white birth rate must be increased. Unquestionably. More whites have died than have been born in the past decade. This is not sustainable. Cicerone estimates a TFR of 1.67 for whites in 2017. Increasing this can be achieved through economic means, and by increasing the economic security of working class whites. From this perspective, Trump has addressed this problem. Unfortunately, there is no evidence of a white baby bump as of now. Give it some time.

    -Secondly, and this is what Derb here has addressed in his article, legal and illegal immigration must be restricted. With “white” births at 51.7% in 2017, it is probably already too late, but Trump is the first, last, and only man who will ever mount a charge. It is the white man’s sink or swim moment. Trump has done what he can on his own, but he needs to do something radical and get this done. I am grateful that he’s cut back refugee numbers, thank God for that, but they are a drop in the bucket compared to chain migration.

    Ultimately both scenarios must happen in order to give the USA even a fighting chance. Trump has helped in the economic plane. But on the immigration plane he is a lame duck. Americans left it too long. Here is to hoping that the right-wing momentum continues in Europe and they can save themselves.

    Never stop fighting, though. Even if it seems hopeless, never give up. Don’t get demoralized by the media and the left. Your spirit is the most important thing. Keep your spirit strong, proud, and intact, and they can never harm you.

    • Agree: Travis
  2. Mishra says:

    House Republican factions hunt for immigration deal

    Well of course they do. Republicans won’t stop agitating for open borders until the last one is dead with a stake through his heart. It’s one of several stances they share with Democrats–though usually for different reasons–and it’s one of several reasons our nation has been ruined by the “two-party system” of corrupt, sclerotic professional politicians.

    Until we have someone proposing reversing the flood of third-world immigrants, it’s all window dressing at best. Not slowing, not even stopping, but reversing. Though I grant, stopping would be a start.

    • Agree: RadicalCenter
  3. Rational says:


    There are 6 billion people in this world, and ½ of those want to invade USA. The USA cannot hold 3 billion people.

    It is already full. There are homeless people in California. There are water shortages there. Rents and housing prices are going through the roof, due to the immigration bomb. We have congestion everywhere.

    The Republicans, if they want to save this country, must ban immigration. Build a wall.

  4. They don’t, for example, mention birthright citizenship, or compulsory E-Verify, or the Refugee Resettlement rackets, or the rain forest of guest-worker programs keeping American wages down.

    And most importantly, they don’t mention chain migration. Without a stop to chain migration, there can be no MAGA.

  5. The Republican Party just like the Democratic Party are nothing but whores. Both sides are controlled by the Khazars plus corporatists. The Koch Brothers and Sheldon Adelson run Repubs and Soros and friends run the Demorats. Both sides want cheap labor and Dems also want to destroy the white middle class in some Cosmic Justice scheme.

    Middle class America is on its last stand. They are heavy in debt losing more of their economic power including their retirement chances every day trying to live the American Dream as promised by their economic manipulators in Congress and their Khazar masters. The Rebpub clowns are more afraid of the gang banging illegals and minorities than they are of the American middle class. And there lies the rub. Neither side ever pays for what they do. There is no punishment for what they do and until they feel the pain they will continue the destruction of America and civilization with crazed ideas on immigration, economics, and social problems all at the expense of most whites. It doesn’t matter if you throw them out of Congress because most of them have already feathered their nests, or will become lobbyists or pundits pushing for the same ideas against most of us.

    • Replies: @UrbaneFrancoOntarian
  6. unit472 says:

    As much as I oppose DACA there seems to be no politically acceptable way of deporting these people who were brought here ( illegally) as children. However, Trumps ‘path to citizenship’ seemed as good a way to deal with them as we are going to get. Long ( up to 12 years) bureaucratic ( annual paper work) and subject to the applicant not committing any crimes ( misdemeanors count as crimes).

    Given the caliber of people we are dealing with very few are going to make it 12 years without running afoul of the rules. A DUI, domestic violence, drug possession, shoplifting, DWLS are hard enough for lower class US citizens to avoid over a 12 year span. Toss in annual renewal of the application ( and make it costly say a few hundred dollars) with return to go if you don’t file and even more will wash out.

    At the end of the day few will ever make to citizenship status and those who commit criminal offenses get deported and the millions get culled down to a more reasonable couple of hundred thousand.

    • Replies: @Anon
  7. Realist says:

    Sessions is a weak, ineffectual little man. He has no control over the DOJ….they own him.

    • Replies: @follyofwar
  8. Sunbeam says:

    “Given that Ryan has announced he will not be running for re-election, with the corresponding assumption that he will, after leaving the House, sink into an extravagantly-remunerated career as a congressional lobbyist; and that, aged only 48, his career will last at least a couple of decades, bringing him in many tens of millions—quite possibly hundreds of millions—of dollars, you have to suspect an element of careerist ambition.”

    Is that really true though? I can imagine that if Koch zombies get thin in the Republican ranks he wouldn’t have much influence.

    Actually he doesn’t seem to have the normal social skills you’d expect from someone who held that position.

    If the Chamber of Commerce types and the aforementioned Koch Bros hadn’t considered them his boy, I doubt he would be in the position he’s in now.

  9. Clyde says:

    The President has continued to express his unhappiness with Sessions’ recusing himself from the Russia investigation. This last week he tweet that if Sessions had told him before recusing himself, quote, “I would have quickly picked someone else.” This was a year and a quarter after the event. Talk about bearing a grudge!

    Completely justified! Is Sessions Jeff Sessions been prosecuted or forced to sweat? NO!!! But everyone else is. Plus the Mueller prosecutions have scared off many who would like to serve under Trump.

    btw….How people has Trump appointed to the DOJ? I can only think of two. Donald Trump does not even have his own Dept of Justice. He has Obama’s. And one of those Trump appointees, Rotten Rod
    Rosenstien, is an Obama/Hillary /deep swamp plant and saboteur.

  10. Of course the USA is a nation of immigrants, hardly an Indian survived.
    But these immigrants had some coherence, they came from Europe, and had a christian background.
    Jewish immigration mainly began around 1890.
    What is happening now in the USA I see as the same as in quite a few European countries, a war of cultures.
    Austria just closed 28, I think, mosques, and evicted 40 imams, with the statement ‘that Austria does not want parrallel cultures’.
    Mayor Bart de Wever of Antwerp states ‘the different cultures live side by side, peaceful, but there is no integration’.
    Germans begin to ask themselves ‘what people did we welcome ?’.
    Discussions are held on German tv ‘can Muslims be integrated ?’.
    Merkel’s ‘welcome’ now is ‘eine grosse Aufgabe’, ‘ a monumental task’, something like that.

    • Replies: @RVBlake
    , @Alden
    , @Wally
    , @Alden
  11. Svigor says:

    Rational, what rock did you just climb out from under? World population is now 7.6 billion and climbing.

    • Replies: @Simply Simon
  12. Svigor says:

    Imagine your most venal, corrupt, crony-capitalist Randian scumbag libertardian. Now imagine he isn’t corrupt, but believes that being an oligarch-serving, crony-capitalist Randian scumbag libertardian tool is actually the good and moral thing to do.

    Now you have an accurate mental picture of Paul Ryan. The man is insane.

    His proper role in the world is shoe-shine boy.

  13. Svigor says:

    jilles, WRONG, immigrant means someone who comes to a country from another. There was no country, ergo they were colonists, settlers, pioneers, conquerors, etc.

    • Replies: @Them Guys
  14. lavoisier says: • Website

    Very good description of this treacherous weasel.

    And yet he was overwhelmingly re-elected time and time again in his district despite facing candidates who actually seemed to care about the average American.

    He stands for open borders, raising the retirement age, and cutting back on medical benefits. Never a word about stopping the wars in service to Israel. And yet he wins time and time again.

    There is no hope for our Republic with voters who are so stupid they cannot see such a traitor for what he is. He is their declared enemy and they vote for him!!

    And don’t even ask me about McCain or Graham.

    The Republic is on life support because far too many voters are ignorant deluded fools.

    • Replies: @Rich
    , @Svigor
  15. Mass illegal immigration is national suicide for America and it is being allowed by the Zionists who control the U.S. gov and are using illegal immigration to crash the health care and welfare systems and to drive the country into a situation where civil infrastructure is in ruins and the country is no longer recognized as a stable state and this sets America up for transition into the Zionist NWO.

    Mass immigration is the zionists weapon of mass destruction and these bastards are over in Italy right now meeting on ways to finish the job of bringing America into their NWO ie zionist ONE WORLD GOVERNMENT, but first they need to destroy America and that is exactly what they are planning at their BILDERBERG meeting in Turin Italy.

    The enemy is not at the gates the enemy is in our government and has been since 1913 with the passage of the zionist bankers FED and IRS and this is two of the 10 planks of the communist manifesto and if you read this they have completed almost every one of the 10 plants.

    America is the Roman Empire in its last days.

    • Agree: Them Guys
  16. anon[154] • Disclaimer says:

    It’s already below 56%

  17. RVBlake says:
    @jilles dykstra

    “Of course the USA is a nation of immigrants, hardly an Indian survived.” Apparently you’ve never been to the US. The Upper Midwest is filled with Natives, both on reservation and off. Don’t buy into the idiotic claims that the Indians were victims of genocide.

    • Replies: @Wally
  18. @niteranger

    Actually, the black middle class has been hurt even harder by this – and for longer. A larger percentage of blacks have middling or low IQs, making them well suited for assembly jobs.

    Look at the devastation in the black communities – and the working class white communities are not far behind. That said, working class whites make up a smaller portion of whites altogether.

    The truth is that both working class blacks and whites are being screwed over by the elites and immigration, which is exactly Trump’s message during the campaign. Due to the bitter propaganda, however, blacks believe whites are at fault. A house divided cannot stand. As much as this site enjoys black bashing, the black community was just the first to be destroyed by globalization.

    When poor whites and poor blacks come together and unite, is when the elites will actually fear, and their Mexican voting bloc will lose power.

    • Replies: @niteranger
  19. @UrbaneFrancoOntarian

    No Western country will exist in its present form by the end of the century. Better get used to it.

    Financial incentives to increase birth rates have generally been unsuccessful. Plus, unless you could somehow restrict the program to whites, it would also benefit minorities who already have high fertility rates.

    As I said, better get used to it.

  20. Rich says:

    I don’t know that you can actually blame the voters, who, in most cases, aren’t given a real choice in who to vote for. The American Republic is set up in such a way that members of only the two major political parties can be elected to most offices. These two political parties are controlled by the very wealthy and a politician either goes along with what he’s told, or is out of office and very possibly disgraced. All members of Congress become wealthy while in office, with the promise of more riches when they leave office. The US government is a completely corrupted system.

    • Replies: @Wizard of Oz
    , @Svigor
  21. @Realist

    Contrary to Derbyshire I do not thank god for Sessions. Any small good he may have accomplished on immigration is vastly outweighed by his cowardly recusal on the Russia witch hunt, which has prevented Congress from doing its real job and has done great harm to an already divided country. I’ve read that Rosenstein and his cabal keep him out of the loop. Trump could have found any number of qualified men who would have fought the good fight on immigration. Sessions was only chosen as a reward for being the first sitting Senator who publicly supported Trump.

    • Replies: @Realist
  22. bjondo says:

    Ryan wants truth out. Two on this Saturday, his sabbath:

    another USS Liberty summery:

    Bless Ryan on his way out. Don’t trip and land in an Iowa pig manure lake.

  23. anon[286] • Disclaimer says:

    Not a well written article. Yes it’s frustrating that Trump is cucking on immigration, which was the main reason he was elected, because he somehow stupidly allow msm to convince him that it was about taxes, trade, and ObamaCare which the GOP managed to fuck up even more by cancelling the individual mandate and the subsidies. Our family premium went up 60% in one year, thanks a lot you GOP fucktards.

    We’ve always known Paul Ryan was a cuck. It was Pence who convinced Trump to keep his buddy and fellow RINO. I’m waiting for someone to expose Pence as the guy who is staging a soft coup to bring down Trump. He’s responsible for hiring all the deep state Ziocon puppets on to Trump’s admin – Rod Rosenstein, Mike Pompeo, John Bolton, Nikki Haley, Kirstjen Nielsen, John Kelly, Christopher Wray, not to mention advisors like Marc Short and Haley’s advisor Jon Lerner, both are known Never Trumpers. Pence is to Trump what LBJ was to JFK.

    But how exactly is Jeff Sessions saving us? The short statement on that is wholly unconvincing. Show us some hard data on deportation numbers. I’ve read that illegal immigration is actually up after a temporary drop. And why are we arresting the border crashers and separating them from their kids? Why not just immediately deport them all?

    Meanwhile, Sessions is completely worthless on the whole Trump Russia collusion circus side show. Not only is he allowing corrupt crooks like Rod Rosenstein and Robert Mueller to run rampant and abuse their power under his watch, but he’s entirely ignoring potentially the most explosive political scandal in US history on the Clinton-Uranium one deal, and is missing the chance to help Trump take down the Deep State once and for all.

    I was excited when Sessions was appointed, but now I think he should go. There’s some talk on Judge Jeanine replacing him. I think that would be awesome and should be done ASAP.

    • Replies: @Alden
    , @renfro
  24. anon[286] • Disclaimer says:

    Trump could accomplish a lot in immigration through EO.

    First, he could simply cancel every single one of Bush and Obama’s Executive Orders to circumvent congress, that would at least:
    1) eliminate the treasonous OPT which actually gives US employers tax incentives to hire foreign grads ahead of our own grads. OPT approval went up to over 260,000 last year, twice as many as its previous high during Obama’s last year.
    2) eliminate DACA and DAPA

    He could also easily cut down H1b to 20,000 a year, and instruct the labor department to put in much tighter scrutiny to the abuse of B1 and L1 visas by Indian outsourcers. There is a lot he could do with EO’s that he’s not doing.

  25. Alden says:
    @jilles dykstra

    There are 3 times as many Indians in the US as there were in 1600. Obviously they not only survived but multiplied.

    • Replies: @bjondo
    , @jilles dykstra
  26. Alden says:

    Isn’t Judge Jeanine an Israel Firster like everyone else on Fox?

    • Replies: @anon
    , @anon
    , @follyofwar
  27. Every immigration patriot’s favorite government employee today is Jeff Sessions, who actually has been trying to do some of the things the Executive can do without the need for new laws.

    For example?

    Personally, I don’t see Jeff Sessions looking out for anything but Jeff Sessions.

  28. deschutes says:

    After reading this bullocks, I can only hope this twat Derbyshite stays in the hole he’s photographed in. And stops writing.

  29. @Adolf Verloc

    I’m not arguing for financial government incentives. I’m talking about improving economic outlook for working class whites. More disposable income, more hope for the future, etc. That is what will ultimately boost their birth rate.

    It is worth saying that every Negro should be given a free condom alongside the welfare cheque. Abortion services should be provided in the hood. These idiotic Evangelical Republicans are doing great harm to whites by keeping black birth rates high in the South. White people already use contraception and will get an abortion if they want to, so increased access to it will not affect their birth rate in a significant fashion. For blacks on the other hand, this would cause a massive drop. Look at black births in Colorado.

    I am already getting used to it. I am focusing on securing my own future. If things go badly, I will likely be in decent shape as I am upper class White, not working class. The best thing white people can do is get themselves in order for the future. And never break your spirit. Stand tall.

    • Replies: @unpc downunder
  30. What kind of wall, specifically, does Mr. Derbyshire want, and what do CIVIL ENGINEERS , as distinct from professional talking heads, say about its cost and the time needed to build it?

    What specifically, practically, concretely, does Mr. Derbyshire propose , after defeating amnesty, to do about Breitbart’s eight hundred thousand, or Vdares two million, DACA people? A clear, programmatic, explicit answer would help. Deport them? For twelve million illegals, that’s 125,000 a month for eight years, for two million, 20,800 a month, and for 800,000, about 8,300. How, specifivally, does Mr. Derbyshire, plan to bring this about? If he does not want to deport the, what, specifically, does he propose jto do about them?

  31. @Rich

    “All members of Congress become wealthy while in office”.

    Are there any reliable figures on this? It is known that on average they have to raise a lot of money to pay for being reelected but that can’t make them rich with possibly the odd dishonest exception. How would they/do they do it? And what do you mean by “wealthy”? Presumably something like two substantial houses (or substitute one Manhattan apartment for one of them) and the ability to pay six grandchildren’s private school and university fees after providing their children with houses would be some sort of base level for wealthy???

  32. Build the wall

    end DACA, send those here illegally home

    and abide by what was campaigned on . . . stop pedaling for awards — being the president of the US ia the most important award and job anyone could imagine in public service —

    And for gosh sake syop making messes and then cleaning them up as though you have done something significant — it’s pathetic.

    If sessions is the man to set things aright — bully for him.

  33. @Frederick V. Reed

    Ohh do stop . . . .

    planes, trains and automobiles and apparently for many walking seems to work —- boats, canoes, etc.

    They found a where here, they are adults now, they can certainly find their way “home”.

  34. bjondo says:

    3 times? Due to GMO maize, casinos and plutonium. Thank you, whomever.
    Compared to, maybe, 30, 50, 100, 1000 times if Judeo-Euros had stayed put.
    In America, idiocy also multiplied but more than 3 times.

    • Replies: @Wally
  35. Svigor says:

    We have some really stupid fat cud-chewing sheeple in America, but Wisconsin is really extra-special. We have a similar situation here in South Carolina.

  36. Svigor says:

    If Americans were ever in a torches and pitchforks kind of mood, they could wrest control of either or both parties. If Americans were ever not stupid fat ignorant cud-chewers, they would be in a torches and pitchforks kind of mood.

    • Replies: @Rich
  37. anon[153] • Disclaimer says:

    Yep. She sure is. Don’t look for her to take down the deep state.

  38. anon[153] • Disclaimer says:

    If Trump were serious about honoring his campaign promises on immigration he’d hire Mark Krikorian to be head of Homeland Security. Time to fire Kirstjen Nielsen big time. She’s a major Obama open border stooch.

    • Replies: @Alden
  39. @Frederick V. Reed

    “What specifically, practically, concretely, does Mr. Derbyshire propose , after defeating amnesty, to do about Breitbart’s eight hundred thousand, or Vdares two million, DACA people? A clear, programmatic, explicit answer would help. ”

    They’re going to move in with you Fred, and take turns changing your diaper.

  40. Wally says:
    @jilles dykstra

    “hardly an Indian survived”

    Is that why there are so many Indians?

  41. Paul Ryan is a rancid globalizer whore for the GOP Cheap Labor Faction.

    Paul Ryan pushes open borders mass legal immigration and amnesty for illegal alien infiltrators.

    Paul Ryan Is an acolyte of the dead GOP globalizer rat Jack Kemp. Kemp pushed mass legal immigration and amnesty for illegal alien invaders.

    Paul Ryan is an evil globalizer whore for the Koch boys. The billionaire rat globalizer Koch boys push mass legal immigration and amnesty for illegal alien invaders.

    Tweet from 2015:

  42. Wally says:

    Exactly. Indians are everywhere.

    Some ‘genocide’ that was.

    • Replies: @bjondo

    I hereby claim that Derbyshire brought attention to Danish political leader Pernille Vermund.

    I suggest that it was a Daily Express article that got Derbyshire’s attention.

    Pernille Vermund and Mette Frederiksen in Denmark are now prominently featured players in the battle to restrict nation-wrecking immigration in Denmark. Vermund also would like to up the tempo on foreigner repatriations out of Denmark.

  44. bjondo says:

    Yep, you and RV right.

    Can’t walk anywhere without bumping into a 1/16, 1/8, 1/n, indian or “indian”.

    Sorta like trees and fish. Tree/fish farms and reservations. So many trees, fish and so many indians.

    No genocide/mass killing of indians, trees, fish.

  45. renfro says:

    He’s responsible for hiring all the deep state Ziocon puppets on to Trump’s admin – Rod Rosenstein, Mike Pompeo, John Bolton, Nikki Haley, Kirstjen Nielsen, John Kelly, Christopher Wray, not to mention advisors like Marc Short and Haley’s advisor Jon Lerner, both are known Never Trumpers. Pence is to Trump what LBJ was to JFK.

    There should be a moron button.

  46. Rich says:

    Anyone who was “in a torches and pitchforks kind of mood” in the US would be arrested as a “terrorist” and jailed for 20 years. The surveillance state is so powerful in the US, that under no circumstance would the American people be allowed to stray too far from what their “leaders” believe should be the comfortable center. Just be glad the tyrants who rule the US are, at present, benevolent tyrants, or we’d probably both be in the Gulag for even discussing them.

    As an example look what they did to the small, peaceful protest the Alt-Right tried to put on in Charlottesville, Va. Now that I think about it, a few of those Americans held torches, didn’t do any good for them.

    • Replies: @Svigor
  47. @Svigor

    What is astounding to me is that when I was growing up in the 1930s, world population was 2 billion and the USA 130 million. China, 500 million, India 300 million and we thought they were both overpopulated. How could all this happen in the space of fewer than 90 years?

    • Replies: @jilles dykstra
  48. Besides the House, watch out for cuck Senators.

    Here is the cuck “Detroit Republican” Rand Paul running away from Dreamers. Steve King was brave.

  49. @Alden

    Ward Churchill, ‘A Little Matter of Genocide, Holocaust and Denial in the Americas, 1492 to the Present’, San Francisco 1997
    Stan Hoig, “The Sand Creek Massacre’, Oklahoma, 1961, 1982
    Edward H. Spicer, ‘Cycles of Conquest, The Impact of Spain, Mexico, and the United States of the Southwest’, 1533 – 1960′, Tucson, 1962, 1970
    Ronald Wright, ‘Stolen Continents, Conquest and Resistance in the Americas’, 1992, London
    Francis Parkman, ‘The Oregon trail’, New York, 2002, Boston, 1883, 1847
    The last book describes travel among one of the last Indian tribes.
    Estimates of the number of Indians that died, killed, or died of diseases, go up to a 100 million.

  50. @Simply Simon

    Increase in food production, transport, and medical care.
    Plus that in poor countries children provide care for the parents at old age.
    Therefore any African woman wants at least five children.
    If these start having children at fifteen, and they survive, it goes rapidly.
    The 800.000 or so Palestinians of 1948 are now five or so million.

  51. Svigor says:

    That’s not “Americans” in a torches and pitchforks kind of mood, that’s a few hundred Americans. I’m talking about millions and millions of Americans paying attention. They don’t because they’re stupid, fat, ignorant, cud-chewing sheeple.

    There’s nothing the surveillance state could do to stop millions and millions of Americans in a torches and pitchforks mood, because they for some reason actually started paying attention. They’d fart and the White House would collapse.

  52. Alden says:

    She went to Jerusalem this week tho look at their border security around the Gaza concentration camp.

  53. @jilles dykstra

    The problem with the “genocide” canard is that European microbes did 90% of the killing for us. Yes, there were massacres but the epidemics had rendered many parts of the Americas nearly empty.
    As for Ward Churchill, he’s obviously one of the biggest perpetrators of the genocide myth.

    • Replies: @Svigor
  54. Rich says:
    @jilles dykstra

    100 million American Indians? On what planet? There were never anywhere close to 100 million American Indians. There may have been 1 million Indians scattered around the continental US, a bit more from Mexico down, but you’ve been severely propagandized if you believe there was anything resembling “genocide” committed on the American Indians.

    The whole of Europe might have had 50 million people at the time of Columbus’ discovery of the Americas. How could the primitive, violent American Indians have had more people than Europe?

  55. Alden says:
    @jilles dykstra

    Perhaps it’s time to discuss how your people, the Dutch Calvinists stole Manhattan, Long and Staten islands from the Indians for $24.00 worth of trinkets.

    Then we can go in to the Dutch Patroons of the Hudson Valkey who stole the lands from the Indians and brought over hereditary serfs from the Netherlands to work the land and were not freed from serfdom until long after the American revolution.

    I suggest you check out the way the Dutch treated the people of their colony Indonesia before you sneer at others.

    BTW just when did the Netherlands allow Catholics to hold political office and vote in national, not village elections?

    And why were the Jewish bankers of Amsterdam allowed to charge 150% interest rates all those years?

    Like the English, the Dutch have a horrible history of colonialism, piracy torture and exploitation of the working class that 70 years of post war socialism can’t erase.

    When you acknowledge what your country did to the Indonesians for 400 years you can criticize America. At least our major cities aren’t citadels of the Muslim conquest. What’s going to happen to atheist socialism when the Muslims take over your country

    • Replies: @sb
    , @njguy73
  56. Alden says:
    @jilles dykstra

    There were only about 1 million Indians in all the United States in 1600 anyone who believes Ward Churchill is an idiot.

    Your reading list is nothing but liberal propaganda. Look to what your country did to Indonesia.

  57. @Svigor

    Even a long-time libertarian like me has to admit that Rand has been an incredible disappointment. He sold out to the Zionists to get into office and stay there. The few times he’s taken a stand in opposition to police state surveillance and arms sales to Saudi Barbaria, he’s just been a voice crying in the wilderness.
    We need an end to birthright citizenship, a prohibition against ANY tax money going to illegals or their children, and an ironclad ruling that the 14th Amendment does NOT apply to non-citizens. (Better yet, repeal that vague, open-ended atrocity!) Most importantly we must restore our right to discriminate, in particular in the area of religion. Why should we be forced to hire, rent property to, or do business with Muslims who despise us and our society?
    And of course, build the Wall!

  58. Realist says:

    He is allowing HIS DOJ to stonewall Congress on document release.

  59. RVBlake says:
    @jilles dykstra

    Terms like “Resistance” and “Holocaust” in some of those titles should send up a red flag as to the authors’ inclinations. I’m sure those books are just chock full o’ facts but simply get into an auto in Duluth, Minnesota, drive due west till you’re a few miles into North Dakota, turn left and drive through South Dakota all the way to the Rio Grande in New Mexico or Arizona, then tell us how many Indians you DON’T see.

    • Replies: @Alden
  60. There is that conspiracy theory floating around the more conspiratorial precincts of Twitter that the elfin Alabaman Sessions is an establishment Republican plant sent to be a resister at DOJ. This sounds credible, though I just smoked a bowl.

    • Replies: @UrbaneFrancoOntarian
  61. Them Guys says:

    Before he can qualify as a shoe shine boy, he Must first learn the difference between shit & shineola.

  62. Them Guys says:

    Yes and also a Native Born or aka “Native American” depends Not on how many gens one is. Weather an American indian or a first or second gen born in usa…All qualify as a Native.

    What nation has not been created with and by immigrants or pioneers?

    Stop obeying and paying atten. to that poem plaque on statue of liberty eh…Ie: Gimme your tired, sick, broke, diseased, lowest IQ’s, and non white clowns so we can make usa citizens outta them all.

    That poem plaque was written by some female Russian jewish soviet commie, and idiotic libs are who had it put onto statue of liberty…and only since 1920’s or was it 1930’s era?

    American whites have been guilted racially to believe that poem is so, so wonderful and so greatly explains what America is and why it exists…BS!

    Some NY area Patriot should rip it away and off the statue asap and toss it into a deep part of the ocean.

  63. Them Guys says:
    @Frederick V. Reed

    How about a repeat of the, 1952 actions done by then us prez Eisenhower eh? Recall it? He called it.

    “Operation WETBACK”…..and once as us prez he went live in msm papers and tv news to tell folks of the plan to mass deport, what was then thought to be 1.5 million Mexican illegals, but ended up being closer to, if I recall right, closer to 4 million Mexicans!

    And best part was, once he spoke out and gave a deadline to deport, 2/3rd Self deported within less than 90 days! The rest ended up being hunted down, rounded up and booted or taken out via busses etc. Done if I recall right by various combos of cops-sheriffs-Nat Guard-and fed border guys.

    Overall a massive huge success and fixed the main problem then of job losses to real usa citizens.

    These type arguments made of “Gee we cannot ever deport so many” etc etc are simply lame excuses period. Compared to other issues usa citizens and fed govnt were capable of doing, such as geared up mass factory productions to supply usa+brits+russians+france et al for WWII efforts.

    Compared to that and other “We cant do” things…..Oh yes we can do so. And I’d bet that if needed, Trump or anybody else could simply put out a sincere request for a few million white citizens for assistance in doing a mass deportation effort and even More folks would apply and work free or for limited gas and lunch expenses.

    All He’d need tell American whiteys is something akin to “Okay white folk, unless You assist us in mass deportations asap Now…YOUR Grand kids are going to be a minority treated worse than any other in all recorded history….A New and actual Real Holocaust on Your grand kiddies folks, with black & brown violence and ruinations and mass culling deaths of those whitey grand kiddies like You never dreamed possible”…..then finish off by saying “And it Will All be Your faults which history shall never forget of!”

    Never mind if all that’s true or not, most whites will believe it and if that type wake up call wont work, nothing at all ever shall.

    • Replies: @Them Guys
  64. @Alden

    Tucker Carlson is the only one who isn’t, but he can’t say what he really thinks if he wants to keep his job.

  65. Them Guys says:
    @Them Guys

    Another very good solution exists also…As us prez the us const grants full power to the prez to Call out and assemble one to all fifty of the constitutions mandated State Militias forces…Of which every single usa citizen male, aged 17 yrs to 60 yrs old, are By Fed Law Mandated to do or get charged as a deserter same as in a war military setting. When called out to act, in enforcement of one of three us const duties mandated to militia members, which is Repel Invasions, other two being enforce statues/Laws, and Stop insurections aka negroe or Mexican riots etc.

    Each militia member Must go forth to answer the call, and also to provide his own firearm/weapon, with proper amount of ammo for said weapon. EVERY law regarding militias and us const issues about it are still on fed law books to be enacted at a us prez’s or state governors will. And if none agree or desire to do it, and push comes to shove, the actual states militia members can and should take proper action Toot Sweet fast!

    For best possible info regards such tactics and laws and militia members state or fed rights and duties, see Edwin Viera’s 1000+pages book on this topic. He is considered one of if not The foremost authority nationwide on this subject. He has 4-Top degrees, two being PHD’s and as a private lawyer has had 26(?) cases he fought at us supremes ct and won over half.

    Edwins most famous us supreme ct win was when he won a case that caused workers Unions to allow a union worker to NOT have any amount of union dues used to support political candidates if the worker does Not agree with union support of certain political partys members or agendas.

    And last I checked, aprox a year or so ago, His, Edwins attitude was/is, there is zero real possible political or voter solutions left any longer, and our Only real hope now is for every states Militias to be Re-Instituted, and Re enacted based soley upon us const clause and 2nd ammendt rights, to retake back America and do as mandated in 2nd amendt…Which is that as stated in 2nd amendt,

    A well regulated militia, being>> Necessary to the Security of a Free State.<<…That part, national nationwide security/safety and liberty/freedoms for all us citizen persons is what the true real fight is about now…and no where else within all three founding documents do the words of "Security and free state" appear. the 2nd amend. is only place ever was written at.

    Because our national and individual security/safety and liberty/freedom is the most important thing bar none…America cannot long remain standing without Both intact period. Hence reasons every founder deeply desired for every citizen be well armed and a militia member in waiting, while training for whatever happens if it happens.

    How many todays or yesterdays polititions has ever yet mentioned any of this stuff eh? None.

    Well if folks think Trumps best selling point to white voters was his talks on illegals immigrations?

    Just wait and see how wild white voters get for the man who steps up to plate and speaks about these militia mandate issues etc eh! Would likely be largest vote sweep of nation ever a true landslide vote election. As I type right Now today, I bet at least minimum of , 20-50 Million white gun owners nationwide are just awaiting such a speech and conversation to get started. Count on that folks.

  66. Correction:

    This is not “amnesty”. It’s a million dollar gift. Per capita.

    And there are no “midterm” elections in an even-numbered year. Their terms are coming to an end. The closest thing to a true midterm would be those Senate by-elections when interim appointments are confirmed by the voters.

    • Replies: @Them Guys
  67. @UrbaneFrancoOntarian

    Government incentives to increase the white birth rate can mean anything from spending money on rural infrastructure, to import tariffs, to tax relief for having kids. They don’t have to mean cash handouts for having babies.

    Colonial nationalists need to come up with a stealthy approach to promoting white interests. White nationalism with its skinhead/fascist vibe is toxic to most voters. The Europeans have come with identitarianism, but that doesn’t seem to work in a colonial context since Europeans aren’t indigenous to America or Australasia. Arguably the best way to promote white interests without being explicitly racialist is by promoting national independence and favouring rural/provincial areas over big cities.

    In New Zealand, The New Zealand First party has already had some minor success with a provinces first approach but lacks the funding/personnel to become a serious political party.

    • Replies: @UrbaneFrancoOntarian
    , @sb
  68. Thomm says:

    Trump was elected to curb illegal immigration.

    He never, ever, ever said he would curb legal (especially skilled) immigration. I, in fact, think even unskilled legals should be blocked. Only skilled immigrants should come in.

    But somehow WN wiggers got it into their vacant skulls that Trump was going to halt skilled immigration. He never said he would.

    • Replies: @Rich
  69. @unpc downunder

    Absolutely. I don’t really have much to add, this is an excellent comment. The incentives you have enumerated are much more effective than handouts imo. Negros and bums will simply take advantage of handouts. Creating a sustainable and optimistic environment for working class whites is the way to go.

    Trump won his campaign on promoting white interests between the lines. None of his fellow politicians have the same ideas. And while Trump is working on tariffs and taxation to improve the outlook of working class whites, (credit for that), he currently seems more interested in chasing his Nobel prize than real immigration reform.

    Many Europeans are now openly promoting white nationalism quite strongly, and it is working. In NA we cannot do this, but you are right that neo Nazis, neo confederates and other lowlifes simply make our cause look terrible. I want North America to remain white, but saving the motherland of Europe should be priority number 1.

    • Replies: @Thomm
  70. Thomm says:

    but you are right that neo Nazis, neo confederates and other lowlifes simply make our cause look terrible.

    Agreed. Unfortunately, this will not change.

    There is a lot of distance between fighting the brazen anti-white bigotry of BLM, vs. outright White Trashionalism (which you point out as a huge brand damager).

    • Replies: @UrbaneFrancoOntarian
  71. Rich says:

    In March, 2016 then candidate Trump said he would “end forever the use of the H1B as a cheap labor program, and institute an absolute requirement to hire American workers first for every visa and immigration program.” In case you’re unaware, the H1B visa program is the one in which so-called “high skilled immigrants” get into the US and undercut the wages of skilled Americans.

    • Replies: @Thomm
  72. Them Guys says:
    @Reg Cæsar

    Reg Caesar, Yes its mid terms elections. Means US Prez is at his midterm of 4 yr total. Every two years every us rep is up for elections, and every two years a third of us senate is up for elections, so that in six years a senator serves, by a one third of senate seats up for grabs, in total of six years entire senate has seats elected.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
  73. Thomm says:

    I believe H1-B should be abolished outright, as any search of my comment history will reveal. It is too much of a ‘Frankenstein’ add-on relative to other aspects of immigration law.

    But he said that it would not reduce the number of skilled, legal immigrants. He proposed bringing in those who qualify for an O-1, and fast-tracking their greencards in order to reduce their dependence on their first employer.

  74. @UrbaneFrancoOntarian

    Blacks have been run out many sections of L.A. They are being run out of other areas of the country too…all by the Hispanics. In Chicago Rahm Emanuel wants more illegal Hispanics but Blacks are too stupid to realize the Khazar game plan.

    Yes, the Black middle class has been hit hard and so have poorer blacks especially in services that they need because the illegals are overwhelming the social systems. Obama did nothing for the Blacks but they still worship him. They have no idea what he did for 8 years. They just know he was “their president.”

    Blacks have a tribalistic adoration for Obama who goes to the Hamptons which is whiter than a klan meeting. At the same Obama tells them that white people are their main problem.

    • Replies: @Russ
    , @Stan d Mute
    , @KenH
  75. sb says:

    The Netherlands of today markets itself as some sort of tolerant liberal diverse gay Muslim paradise but no people were bigger bastards at colonialism ( well maybe their sibling Belgium gave them a run for their money ) -look at the history of South Africa , the Dutch Caribbean , Indonesia .Unlike other Europeans there was no real talk of some civilizing mission for the Dutch ran their colonies strictly for money .They were particularly cruel in Surinam

    Looking at Indonesia apart from a few Moluccans – the local Uncle Toms- you won’t hear a good word for the Dutch . Contrast this with neighbouring Malaysia and the Philippines where the colonial power is often spoken of with nostalgia

  76. Alden says:

    Isn’t the Sioux Pine Ridge Rez bigger than the Netherlands?

    • Replies: @RVBlake
    , @bjondo
  77. sb says:
    @unpc downunder

    As you probably know in Australia a great way of increasing the (white) birth rate for the (white ) working class was the provision of permanent safe employment via blue collar Government jobs such as the Railways and the Post Office ( which then also had a monopoly on telecommunication ).Today just about all government jobs are middle class and often not so permanent – which is a problem for widespresd home ownership and family formation .

  78. RVBlake says:

    A quick run to Wikipedia shows that no, the Netherlands is app. 40,000 sq. miles, and Pine Ridge is app. 3,468 sq. miles.

  79. Russ says:

    Large (4+ children), young white families can be reliably found in the U.S. in one location: At celebrations of the Traditional Latin Mass. A point in need of pondering in this discussion.

    • Replies: @RadicalCenter
  80. Russ says:

    Painfully true. Blacks would en masse rather align with the immigrants supplanting them than with their fellow Americans … since they obviously don’t regard whites as their fellow Americans. It is amazing how thoroughly blacks have been expunged from Willie Brown’s Frisco and from NWA’s Compton. It seems as though their current priority is getting Obama to host a bar-be-que for the football team disinvited from Trump’s White House. Barbara Jordan (D-TX) well understood the impact of illegal immigration on blacks. The understanding must have died with her.

  81. Anonymous [AKA "Short Fuse"] says:
    @Adolf Verloc

    Sooner or later — and the sooner the better — we will need to adopt the judicious but large-scale sterilization of people who have shown themselves irresponsible breeders. (Not necessarily a racial thing, although Africans and descendants of Africans are obviously the largest component of the category.)

    We cannot afford to tolerate those who cause social breakdown by having babies far in excess of their ability to support them, except through welfare and outside aid. It’s useless to try encourage them to stop it for the good of humanity. To these “adult” children, another birth = more government subsidy. Except their behaviour hastens the day when the government can no longer bear the load.

    Better get used to it, Adolf Verloc.

    • Replies: @Intelligent Dasein
  82. Anonymous [AKA "Tesla Test Driver"] says:
    @Frederick V. Reed

    Fred, you’re punching below your weight, as usual when the subject is your beloved Mexicans. Common sense should tell you that when we stop rewarding border jumpers with welfare freebies, crack down on employers who use illegals to reduce labor costs, tax remittances to their countries of origin, and otherwise stop tolerating subliterate migrants … they will deport themselves at their own expense.

    I admire your writing style but not your Mexico-centric values. You should be, but obviously aren’t, embarrassed for joining the chorus of “They’re already here, you can’t do anything about it, nyah nyah nyah.”

    • Replies: @Svigor
  83. @Svigor

    His proper role in the world is shoe-shine boy.

    More like fluffer for gay porn producers.

    • Replies: @Svigor
  84. @niteranger

    Yes, the Black middle class has been hit hard and so have poorer blacks especially in services that they need because the illegals are overwhelming the social systems

    Negroes are the communists ultimate “useful idiots” because they’re more uniformly stupid than are whites. Where they can get 40% of whites stupid enough to go along with their plans, they can get 90% of negroes. Plus, negroes’ emotionality and proclivity toward cacophonous outbursts is advantageous for scaring any whites who won’t get with the program.

  85. @Anonymous

    Sooner or later — and the sooner the better — we will need to adopt the judicious but large-scale sterilization of people who have shown themselves irresponsible breeders. (Not necessarily a racial thing, although Africans and descendants of Africans are obviously the largest component of the category.)

    The African-American TFR is already significantly below the replacement level.

    To these “adult” children, another birth = more government subsidy.

    The answer, obviously, is to stop the government subsidies.

    • Replies: @UrbaneFrancoOntarian
  86. KenH says:

    I despise the faggy faced Paul Ryan. And I don’t think much of his constituents either when he wants to flood them with third world people and cut their social security and medicare, yet they vote for him at 82% “cuz he’s conservative” while rejecting more worthy challengers like Paul Nehlen. Our side has problems with low information voters just like the left.

    I can’t say I’m surprised by this maneuvering by the stupid party. They were only against amnesty when they controlled one chamber because a) they knew they’d lose even more seats and b) they preferably wanted both chambers and the presidency so they could take credit for passing amnesty and convince Latinos to switch parties while providing cheap labor for their donors. A twofer!

    The cuckserves still believe they can kill their opponents with kindness and promises of economic prosperity.

    But’s it’s all going to blow up in their faces and . Contrary to what some people think I believe Trump is no less the virtue signaler than the typical Republican and will sign an amnesty bill as long as it contains all the weasel words about border security and funding for a wall so he can claim a “yuuuge win” for the upcoming midterms. Except the Democrats will now have two million or so new voters and accelerate our transition into a one party state dominated by radical left politicians.

  87. KenH says:

    At the same Obama tells them that white people are their main problem.

    Barry is just like his mentor and spiritual guide Jeremiah Wright who rails against the white man then has a house built in a 95% white locale in the Chicago suburbs.

  88. @Thomm

    I disagree that this will not change. I see many normal white guys who are now somewhat open about promoting their own interests. These are not skinheads or neo Nazis. And this takes place in Canada.

    Regular Joes have views now that, 10 years ago, were reserved only for white supremacists and other degenerates. The alt right was highly successful in that respect – and it is now dead because it is no longer needed. Average white people have opened their eyes up, and are carrying forward the better ideas of the alt right (lower immigration, self improvement, pro-white) but leaving behind the stupid white supremacy and Nazi memes.

    In Europe, almost every country now has open “white” (Native europeans) nationalists with some representation in government.

    • Replies: @Svigor
    , @Anonymous
  89. @Intelligent Dasein

    The answer is birth control and abortion, which Evangelitard Republicans work so hard against. Colorado’s black births have declined by 4,000 in just 3 years as they give out birth control. White has declined slightly but has not significantly changed.

    The truth is that white people almost all use birth control anyways, and most will have an abortion if they need one. So loosening up restrictions won’t impact them too much.

    Republicans are fucking up on this one. I think every black school should give out free condoms, with instructions on how to use them.

  90. @UrbaneFrancoOntarian

    Republicans are fucking up on this one. I think every black school should give out free condoms, with instructions on how to use them.

    Far, far better would be Norplant as a condition of any/all social welfare assistance.

    • Agree: Mishra
  91. Along with stopping amnesty, Trump needs to start working on getting rid of dual citizenship. This would solve many problems in America.

  92. Svigor says:
    @Fidelios Automata

    And the Red man did plenty of killing of the White man in return for the killing the White man did. To be honest, it’s probably best written the other way around; lots of the early explorer accounts show Europeans murdered by Amerinds at first contact, so really they drew first blood. He killed plenty of Red men, too.

  93. Svigor says:
    @Stan d Mute

    He’d have to elbow Trudeau out of the way first. Stiff competition for that gig.

  94. Svigor says:

    I can get Southern White guys “keepin’ it real” in about five minutes. They start out PC but I tell ’em I’m a racist* and they drop the act PDQ.

    (*TL;DR explanation is “fuck TPTB, if they say I can’t think something they’re begging me to think it. ZFG.” I.e., imply that anti-racism correlates with low T.)

    Not that there’s anything really new about that.

    The ones that are really resistant are the idiots with mentality levels roughly equal to Blacks’; they listen to rap music, talk like Blacks, hold similar value systems, and think of them as intellectual peers.

    • Replies: @UrbaneFrancoOntarian
  95. @Svigor

    Hehe yeah same thing in Canada. He acts PC at first, then once he gets comfortable he drops 6 n bombs in a day (this is a coworker). How long until these views become open? Maybe not long, at this rate.

  96. @UrbaneFrancoOntarian

    A better long term investment would be free vasectomies.

  97. @Them Guys

    Reg Caesar, Yes its mid terms elections. Means US Prez is at his midterm of 4 yr total.

    This is Congress. The President has nothing to do with it. He has his own term, separate from theirs.

  98. @UrbaneFrancoOntarian

    Colorado’s black births have declined by 4,000 in just 3 years as they give out birth control.

    Who’s pointing the guns at these blacks?

    “Giving out” doesn’t do anything. (Who are “they”?) The recipients actually have to put them on, or in, or swallow them.

    The white-black birth ratio was significantly better when not only abortion, but contraception was illegal.

  99. @UrbaneFrancoOntarian

    If you look at birth rates from very liberal > liberal > moderate > conservative > very conservative there’s a positive correlation. IIRC very conservative Whites are at about 2.3%, while very liberal Whites are at about 1.3%. That’s good news. “Never stop fighting, though.” If you’re White and have an elevated IQ then have babies. As many as you can.

    Another hope is that you can somehow bring over NE Asians. That would be Derbyshire’s “Arctic Alliance.” A sizable percentage of NE Asians may not be ideal, but it won’t reduce the quality of civilization. It also helps the numbers.

    We’re well past any hope for the country at large. (I thought White births were already below 50%). The only hope is that a supercomputer or some other new technology makes it undeniable that racial differences are genetic. This redpills Whites (and maybe even Asians) and an already self-segregated country breaks apart peacefully. Maybe not likely, but it’s possible.

    Regarding Europe, a country – probably France – may need to fall to Sharia first before they wake up and start a mass movement.

  100. “Never ascribe to malice that which can be explained by stupidity.”

    If I recall, wasn’t the chain migration provision in the 65 Immigration Act originally inserted with the intention of keeping immigrants primarily European? The thinking was that it would make it easier for prospective immigrants with relatives already here – ie Whites. What they didn’t account for was, by that time, most Europeans no longer had the same desire to immigrate as third worlders.

    BTW: I’ve been thinking an easy why to categorize immigrants: (1) pre-turn of the century/Ellis Island immigrants (2) pre-65 Act immigrants (that would be 100% of me) and (3) post 65-Act immigrants.

    And, of course, there’re colonial Whites, Blacks and Indians, who are not immigrants despite the left’s protestations.

  101. @Russ

    Not true. Large young white families can also be found among the Amish (320,000 and rapidly growing, especially Pennsylvania, Michigan, Ohio, Indiana, Wisconsin).

    For a bigger population, try the Mormons.

    So, encouraging people to believe and live as the Mormons or the Amish would achieve the desired effect, just as well as encouraging them to be traditionalist Roman Catholics.

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    , @attilathehen
  102. Russ says:

    Fair point. I guess I had been thinking within a more urban, eastern-U.S context.

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  103. Anonymous[128] • Disclaimer says:

    What’s wrong with white supremacy?

    (serious question)

  104. @Russ

    Yeah, I understand, I was born and raised Catholic in the Northeast, paisan.

  105. Anon[354] • Disclaimer says:

    >”As much as I oppose DACA there seems to be no politically acceptable way of deporting these people”

    That kind of thinking means you’ve already lost. Because you won’t REALLY fight.

    We can do what we decide to do. We…

    …beveled BILLIONS of sidewalk corners to make ’em wheelchair accessible.

    …electrified almost every home in America.

    …recalled 20 million cars for faulty seat-belts.

    …created 46,876 miles of interstate highways (25 walls)

    …laid 129,774 miles of railroad tracks (68 walls)

    …connected 200,000 miles of oil pipelines (105 walls)

    …paved 4,071,000 miles roads in USA (2,143 walls)

  106. @RadicalCenter

    Radical, you married a Chinese woman and have Chinese offspring. You did nothing to contribute to Western civilization.

  107. njguy73 says:

    House rules.

    I think I would be a good idea.

  108. njguy73 says:

    Twenty-five billion dollars for border security, explicitly including a proper wall along our southern border.

    During the Peso Crisis of 1995 the U.S. spent $20 billion to bail out Mexico. Peter Brimelow suggested in VDare that it would have been better for both countries if the U.S. had used the money to purchase Baja California.

    I tell you, some ideas are so clear and lucid and rational that humans are incapable of implementing them.

  109. njguy73 says:

    crony-capitalist Randian

    That’s like saying “person who fucks for chastity.” Ayn Rand, whatever your opinion of her, reserved her strongest contempt not for socialists but for crony capitalists. Socialists are at least up front about wanting to take what others have. Crony capitalists like James Taggart were the lowest of the low to her. They pretend they’re rugged individualists but in reality can’t do shit without government favors.

    Ayn Rand would have taken one look at Trump, and with a scrunched-up face she would have sneered, “Looter, to the tunnel of the trainwreck may you go!” Ryan, she would have been like, “He is what he is.”

  110. njguy73 says:

    And who came up with Apartheid?

  111. @Rational


    Uh, no. There are about 7 billion people in the world today and I would wager there are nowhere near 3 billion people who want ‘invade’ the USA. The vast majority of people want to live a decent life in their own countries. You’ve been hoodwinked by the American Exceptionalists and their propaganda.

    It is the USA that most often does the invading of other people’s countries although sometimes it just destroys them from the air or sponsors terrorist gangs and death squads to do the dirty work. Blowing up and sanctioning sovereign nations and siccing the IMF/Word Bank on them to bleed out their economies is also a great way to get people thinking about finding other places to live.

    You should probably stop doing that. Live (in your country) and let other people live too (in their countries). Trump had the right idea before his spine snapped and he became the neocons useful idiot.

  112. @UrbaneFrancoOntarian


    My mother agrees with you.

  113. Mishra says:

    Agree completely, with a single caveat: negro males will never use condoms. It’ll have to be something more compulsory. As Stan suggests, Norplant is a good solution.

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