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In nearly 30 years of covering America’s corrupted immigration and entrance policies, I can tell you definitively that every “border crisis” is a manufactured crisis. Caravans of Latin American illegal immigrants don’t just form out of nowhere. Throngs of Middle Eastern refugees don’t just amass spontaneously. Boatloads of Haitians don’t just wash up on our shores by random circumstance.

All the world’s a stage, and as I exposed in my most recent book, “Open Borders, Inc.,” the world’s migrants are nothing more than expedient tools to globalist elites, profit-maximizing corporations, self-aggrandizing religious and nonprofit groups, and criminal smuggling syndicates.

That’s how the so-called border crises under former Presidents Bill Clinton, George Bush, Barack Obama and Donald Trump all played out. The players are always the same: United Nations operatives, U.S. Chamber of Commerce lobbyists, the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops and its sovereignty-undermining shelter operators around the world, Jewish and evangelical Christian refugee resettlement contractors, international drug cartels, human traffickers, and their militant multicultural abettors. It’s the same old, same old under President Joe Biden. The latest wave of Haitians traversing rough seas and barren deserts to trespass onto U.S. soil at our southern border in Del Rio, Texas, is no accidental phenomenon.

Todd Bensman, senior national security fellow at the Center for Immigration Studies, has been interviewing Haitians at Ciudad Acuna, Mexico, the town through which an estimated 15,000 of these illegals have passed to form the massive encampment in Del Rio, Texas. Several dozen told Bensman that “on Sunday, Sept. 12, the Mexican government effectively sent a mass of migrants it had bottled up for months in its southern states up to the American border. This move, which appears to have been done under the cover of Mexico’s independence week of celebration known as El Grito, essentially foisted a humanitarian problem onto the Americans in a single week.”

Several Haitians told Bensman that government officials in Tapachula informed them they no longer needed passports or other paperwork they had been waiting months for — and then were suddenly given a three-day grace period to make their rush for the border.

Because Ciudad Acuna and Del Rio are not as infested with Mexican cartel enforcers, thousands of Haitians took advantage of the relatively safe passage into America’s promised land without having to pay the usual coyote fees.

ORDER IT NOW

Most have been lying in wait in Chile and Brazil for several years looking for better economic opportunities, so don’t believe sob-story propaganda that the prime factor has to do with any recent natural disaster or sudden political turmoil. Open-borders academic Andrew Selee of the Migration Policy Institute himself tweeted that “for those wondering about where Haitian migrants are coming from, most left Haiti in 2010-12 after the earthquake and settled in Brazil. … Later most moved to Chile & Ecuador. … This means that most of those arriving in Texas have been out of their country for about a decade. The Covid recession, discrimination, and the perception that they could get into the US now all played a role in the movement north over the past few months. … Both Colombia and Panama registered huge increases in transit through the Darien Gap in July/August suggesting significant movement north.”

Countless Catholic parishes, like the Franciscan parish in Necocli run by Father Henry Lopera, have facilitated Haitians’ migration through the Darien Gap and onto Mexico and the U.S. by supplying food packages. Doctors Without Borders has three health posts to assist the trespassers. Along the way, these Haitian invaders have also been assisted by the United Nations’ International Organization of Migration, which has dispatched minibuses filled with toiletries and hair ties, according to The Guardian.

As I reported in “Open Borders, Inc.,” the International Organization of Migration, or IOM, is the same agency that signed “cooperation agreements” in Mexico with three migrant shelters along its southern border to assist border-busting “irregulars” traveling through the Mexican states of Chiapas and Oaxaca on their way to the U.S.

The IOM pact guaranteed supplies of medicine, hygiene products, construction materials, therapy services and legal training at the Hermanos en el Camino shelter, along with the Catholic-run Hogar de la Misericordia shelter and Jesus el Buen Pastor del Pobre y el Migrante shelter. IOM extended similar aid to nine other migrant shelters in the northern and central parts of Mexico, from Chihuahua, Sonora and Tamaulipas along the northern border to San Luis Potosi, Veracruz and Tlaxcala in the center of the country.

Who’s paying? Funding for IOM’s operations comes from the U.S. State Department’s Bureau of Population, Refugees and Migration, which is subsidized by y-o-u.

The bozos in the Biden administration are now play-acting with their performative gestures of “mass deportation” of Haitians. But I’ve seen this show and all its reruns over the past three decades before. It ends with sneaky “temporary protected status” orders, mini-amnesties and maxi-amnesties to feed the global Open Borders, Inc. beast.

All the world’s a stage, and America is the overrun doormat being trampled upon while our own citizens suffer increasing deprivation and anarcho-tyranny. Ain’t “diversity” grand?

Michelle Malkin’s email address is [email protected]

 
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  1. Perhaps Ms Malkin should talk about how she became a US Citizen. Her parents were from the Philippines and neither was a US citizen when Ms Malkin was born. Ms Malkin was a citizen (and is today) because her immigrant parents were in the US when she was born. Does Ms Malkin think that her own path to citizenship was ok? Why shouldn’t Mexicans, Haitians, and Guatemalans be allowed to follow Ms Malkin’s own path?

    • Disagree: Robert Dolan
    • Replies: @TG
    @Harry Huntington

    My grandparents came from Sweden at the beginning of the 20th century. They were good and decent people, but the massive number of people like them flooding the country created great poverty for the working class - the country was much more prosperous for the average person before 1888, thank you very much - and the working class only made progress after the RATE at which people like my grandparents were allowed to come here, during the immigration freeze of the 1940's and 1950's (though these high wages cost the rich profits, cry me a river).

    Just to notice: at the time Sweden's fertility rate was sky high, and Sweden was miserably poor. The rich of Sweden were quite open about saying that without the safety valve to immigration to the United States, Sweden would either have a revolution or collapse. Immigration to the United States was cut off, and lo and behold, the Swedes moderated their fertility rate, and Sweden became prosperous.

    A policy that uses the misery of places like Haiti and India and Guatemala etc. to crush the American working class into poverty, so that the rich can get even richer off the downwards pressure on wages and upwards pressure on rents, and that blocks any honest discussion about how the third world could become prosperous, is a greedy and viciously amoral policy.

    So sure, my grandparents were immigrants, but I'm here and you're here, and I feel no problem wanting the rate of immigration to be moderated to one that does not turn America into just another overpopulated cesspit. Ms. Malkin is a proper US citizen who feels truly loyal to the country that gave her a chance, and I for one honor her for her views.

    Replies: @Harry Huntington

    , @Sir Launcelot Canning
    @Harry Huntington

    There is a Filipino-American community in my town. They have been contributors to society and the economy, polite and friendly. They pay their taxes and have useful skills. They value education and are non-violent. They came to America to work and not be freeloaders. Some of their women are beautiful. That's the difference, Harry. They have been a positive addition to our area, and not a parasitical detraction.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar, @Anon

    , @JT
    @Harry Huntington

    The fact that you're implying that it's bad for her not to blindly play favorites with non-Americans is pretty self-unaware and hilarious. If anything, non-Americans on this soil should blindy play favorites to Americans. If you think that it's good for Americans to have their interests pushed aside for foreign ones, then you're seriously naive.

    Contrary to popular belief, you're not only obtaining their food. People in different nations have different customs, opinions, politics, issues, and behavior that we wouldn't find acceptable and vice versa. If they're instructed by NGOs not to abandon those values by "rejecting assimilation" and "embracing diversity", then it's no surprise that additional issues are introduced in America. Some Indians employ a caste system in tech companies. Somalian rioters destroyed Minneapolis just because George Floyd had the same skin color as them.


    What makes Malkin OK? It's simple really; she identifies as an American, not as a foreign immigrant. Malkin is one of the few immigrants who fully assimilated by letting go of ethnic tribalism. She doesn't blindly side with her own ethnic group just because they look like her. She doesn't force Americans to care about politics of foreign nations. Malkin wasn't also brought by greedy NGOs who want to exploit her for cheap labor and free votes. Her ancestors were vetted for immigration.

    However, that's besides the point. I don't blame immigrants for being different. It's human nature to side with people and values most familiar to you, it's the people allow and fund immigration who are at fault.

    The NGOs and unelected bureaucrats aren't importing immigrants for altruistic reasons, they're importing them for short-sighted selfish ones. Rather than:
    1. Take the initiative to restore the declining spirituality in America, clergy would rather import church members as children become indoctrinated by anti-Christian ideology in schools and media outlets.
    2. Address the concerns of their voters, politicians would rather import and indoctrinate new people who aren't aware of their history with meaningless platitudes to diversity.
    3. Increase the wages of US workers to boost productively, corporations would rather import people who can do it for less.
    Immigration is weaponized as an instrument by the powerful to dismiss the interests and rights of native US citizens.

    , @obwandiyag
    @Harry Huntington

    Nobody hates immigrants like immigrants. They know what's what and who's who.

    , @Dr. Charles Fhandrich
    @Harry Huntington

    That is why they used to vet immigrants rather harshly. A person needed to have "good character, not be a burden to the state, like so many are allowed to be by the democratic party today, must not have had any diseases, (we don't know that with Biden's policies. Must have had a job lined up and have a sponsor. (with Biden's policies, the state is illegally the sponsor). Just look at what happened to the Haitians. The Haitians were at first not allowed in, which was wrong if you're going to let every other group in, en masse. Biden used to be one of those who objected to allowing Cubans in. Why? Because he knew that, as a rule, the Cubans voted Republican. The U.S. would give the Cubans the hardest time. Didn't matter if they braved shark infested waters or what ever. If they were still in the water, two feet away from the shore, they got sent back. The democratic party wants total control of all future voters, no matter how many laws they have to violate. It's really disappointing how many Americans can't see it for what it is. The democratic party is a criminal organization. I've said this a thousand times and would change my line but haven't found a better one--the left today, is a criminal organization.

    , @Dr. Charles Fhandrich
    @Harry Huntington

    People from the Philippines are highly Americanized. They don't cause much crime. They don't constantly protest against things and especially not violently. The Philippines is practically an American protectorate and besides, many vote Republican. They also helped the U..S during WW2. There is no substantial comparison with the other groups you mention. They also assimilate easily. Not something found among many other groups.

    , @St-Germain
    @Harry Huntington


    Why shouldn’t Mexicans, Haitians, and Guatemalans be allowed to follow Ms Malkin’s own path?
     
    Well, maybe the answer is that Michelle Malkin is an honest journalist, unlike the paid propagandists of the West's mainstream media. She's reporting on the structure of a corrupt international industry that is actively promoted and quietly financed by a destructive cluster of international organizations and unrepresentative Western governments now in the thrall of huge stateless corporations and wealthy globalist ideologues seeking to remake the world in their own elite interest.

    As she points out, these subversive organizations are not really concerned about helping "refugees" because these armies of migrants marching freely through multiple sovereign countries are not fleeing wars, famines or natural disasters. They are simply drawn by materialist propaganda about the oppulent lifestyle that awaits them as soon as they illegally invade a white Western country. If charity begins at home, why would they abandon their own failed states that would otherwise benefit from the skills and labor they take with them?

    The displaced, "deplorable" losers here are only the struggling working class that built the orderly and attractive societies being targeted and diluted by the avalanche of chaotic migration from the Third World. Do you really think this "gift of diversity" from culturally incompatible regions of the planet will be the new strength of the white Western world?

    I'm inclined to believe that what we are now seeing at Del Rio, Texas, is the signature of the dystopian future glimpsed half century ago by Jean Raspail in his prophetic novel Camp of the Saints. It's going to be wonderful for rootless billionaires but Dunkirk for the traditional Western strengths of faith, family and freedom.

    Good work, Michelle.
  2. @Harry Huntington
    Perhaps Ms Malkin should talk about how she became a US Citizen. Her parents were from the Philippines and neither was a US citizen when Ms Malkin was born. Ms Malkin was a citizen (and is today) because her immigrant parents were in the US when she was born. Does Ms Malkin think that her own path to citizenship was ok? Why shouldn't Mexicans, Haitians, and Guatemalans be allowed to follow Ms Malkin's own path?

    Replies: @TG, @Sir Launcelot Canning, @JT, @obwandiyag, @Dr. Charles Fhandrich, @Dr. Charles Fhandrich, @St-Germain

    My grandparents came from Sweden at the beginning of the 20th century. They were good and decent people, but the massive number of people like them flooding the country created great poverty for the working class – the country was much more prosperous for the average person before 1888, thank you very much – and the working class only made progress after the RATE at which people like my grandparents were allowed to come here, during the immigration freeze of the 1940’s and 1950’s (though these high wages cost the rich profits, cry me a river).

    Just to notice: at the time Sweden’s fertility rate was sky high, and Sweden was miserably poor. The rich of Sweden were quite open about saying that without the safety valve to immigration to the United States, Sweden would either have a revolution or collapse. Immigration to the United States was cut off, and lo and behold, the Swedes moderated their fertility rate, and Sweden became prosperous.

    A policy that uses the misery of places like Haiti and India and Guatemala etc. to crush the American working class into poverty, so that the rich can get even richer off the downwards pressure on wages and upwards pressure on rents, and that blocks any honest discussion about how the third world could become prosperous, is a greedy and viciously amoral policy.

    So sure, my grandparents were immigrants, but I’m here and you’re here, and I feel no problem wanting the rate of immigration to be moderated to one that does not turn America into just another overpopulated cesspit. Ms. Malkin is a proper US citizen who feels truly loyal to the country that gave her a chance, and I for one honor her for her views.

    • Replies: @Harry Huntington
    @TG

    You need to read more history. It has always been the policy of Republican business owners to "import" more labor to bid down wages. Some time take a look at the economic facts on the ground in 1860. Slave owners treated "slaves" like capital investments. That meant as much as they mistreated them, they fed them, housed them, clothed them, got them medical care, and did other things to "invest" in them as something quite valuable. In most cases, they were more productive than northern labor. By way of contrast, northern Republican business did not pay workers a living wage. They realized they could work immigrants, kill them off, and import more.

    The question today is for those who oppose immigration, like Ms Malkin, what else are you doing to help labor? And why should "new" immigrants face a different future than the old?

    Replies: @JT, @Anonymous

  3. Did Ms. Malkin’s parents gain access to the United States illegally? Did Ms. Malkin? No? Then what is your point? That you’re all in favor of opening the floodgates to whoever decides they want to be here? You know, I have never understood why you America-hating individuals don’t just (illegally) migrate to all the other countries you love so much, that are so much better than the good old US of A. Try sneaking into Mexico the way these “migrants” sneak into the US and tell me how you fare the third world Mexican prison system.

    No one has an issue with legal migration. Quite frankly, if America was half as bad as liberals pretend it is, no one would be rushing over our border. The issue is that these are people from third world countries and they are overwhelming or curious, towns and states. What better way to transform America into a third-world state, too? And that is the goal. Make America pay for the “crime” of being that shining city on a hill.

    • Replies: @John Regan
    @GEG


    No one has an issue with legal migration.
     
    Right. America should welcome any hard-working man or woman from across the globe who loves freedom. People who try to promote nationalism and racialism and that kind of stuff are really collectivists. Just like Hitler, who was a Socialist. To quote a real Conservative like Mitt Romney: That's not who we are.

    As long as they come legally, how can a true Conservative object to that? Didn't Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., teach us to do better than that? It's Democrats who are the real racists. They're using illegal immigration to keep Black people on the plantation.

    Also, the Beatles gave us the greatest music ever.

    Replies: @schnellandine

    , @Abolish_public_education
    @GEG

    No one has an issue with legal migration.

    I can think of at least one person.

    Folks come to California from the other 49, and right away they become eligible for all sorts of taxpayer-provided freebies, such as 10+ years of public education (babysitting).

    It takes at least a few months for newcomers to be granted CA voting rights. It takes at least a year for them to qualify for the in-state tuition rate at UC. It should take at least five years for them to become eligible for what should be the in-state rate at CA public schools: $15,000 per kid*yr; out-of-staters should pay $20K.

  4. “Most have been lying in wait in Chile and Brazil for several years looking for better economic opportunities, so don’t believe sob-story propaganda about natural disasters”

    How true. And most of the refugees who make their way to the West fly part of their journey on an airline ticket. Think Ayaan Hirsi Ali. Most pass through or live in a third country, like the family of Alan Kurdi. Hirsi Ali was living comfortably in Kenya, and the Kurdi family was living in Turkey.

    Iranians who show up to claim asylum in Australia don’t get there by continuous journey by smuggler’s boat. Paid public transportation is the most common conveyance.

    Many of the migrants who cross illegally from the US into Canada still have airline tags on their luggage from LaGuardia or JFK. Sometimes they discard new cel phones at the border crossing to hide evidence of where they’ve been before claiming to be “fleeing for their lives with just the clothes on their backs”.

    The Refugee Industrial Complex is a racket full of deception, and mainstream ‘investigative reporters’ rarely shed light on how refugees get from point A to point B.

    • Agree: Thomasina
  5. Not an argument.

    Open borders/massive third world immigration is being engineered to destroy western civilization, to wreck all of Christendom, to make the world user friendly for the jewish people.

    The small hat criminals believe that by destroying white people, they will be able to avert another eviction, another “holocaust.”

    Open borders is essentially holocaust-proofing every white nation.

    The race replacement/ethnic cleansing brings in millions of new Democrat voters that will get on the dole and team up to hate whitey.

    Diversity is white genocide.

    “Multiculturalism” is a program that is FORCED upon EVERY & ONLY White countries.
    “Multiculturalism” is a program to turn EVERY White country into a non-White country.
    This IS geNOcide. WHITE geNOcide.
    If you are White, and you object to your own geNOcide, you are called a RACIST!
    Well guess what, my people, White people, are catching on very quickly to the following two things:
    1 – Multiculturalism is a code for White geNOcide.
    2 – Anti-racist is a code for anti-White.
    ——————————————————————————————————————————-
    Nobody is saying that Africans in Africa will ever be a minority
    Nobody is saying that Asians in Asia will ever be a minority.
    So why are they saying Whites will be a minority in Britain in 2036?
    And Sweden in 2024?
    That’s because there’s MASSIVE non-White immigration in EVERY White country and ONLY White countries.
    Because there’s a program of White geNOcide.
    They say it’s “anti-racist” but it’s simply anti-White.
    Anti-Racist is a code for anti-White.

    • Replies: @Sir Launcelot Canning
    @Robert Dolan

    Tucker basically outlined the replacement of Heritage Americans tonight, said that phrase, and mocked the SPLC. I love it.

    , @Reg Cæsar
    @Robert Dolan


    Nobody is saying that Africans in Africa will ever be a minority
    Nobody is saying that Asians in Asia will ever be a minority.
     
    The 1820 census said that whites were a minority in South Carolina, Louisiana, and Mississippi, and they would continue to be for a century or more thereafter. That makes those places 💩⛳s by definition, but people there celebrate their heritage.

    We survived the massive replacement-by-immigration policy that ended in 1808. We can do it again. But scurrying around the barnyard gobbling "genocide!" isn't going to get us any closer.
  6. @Harry Huntington
    Perhaps Ms Malkin should talk about how she became a US Citizen. Her parents were from the Philippines and neither was a US citizen when Ms Malkin was born. Ms Malkin was a citizen (and is today) because her immigrant parents were in the US when she was born. Does Ms Malkin think that her own path to citizenship was ok? Why shouldn't Mexicans, Haitians, and Guatemalans be allowed to follow Ms Malkin's own path?

    Replies: @TG, @Sir Launcelot Canning, @JT, @obwandiyag, @Dr. Charles Fhandrich, @Dr. Charles Fhandrich, @St-Germain

    There is a Filipino-American community in my town. They have been contributors to society and the economy, polite and friendly. They pay their taxes and have useful skills. They value education and are non-violent. They came to America to work and not be freeloaders. Some of their women are beautiful. That’s the difference, Harry. They have been a positive addition to our area, and not a parasitical detraction.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    @Sir Launcelot Canning

    The Huntingtons have been seeking cheap labor for almost 400 years.

    , @Anon
    @Sir Launcelot Canning

    Traitor.

  7. @Harry Huntington
    Perhaps Ms Malkin should talk about how she became a US Citizen. Her parents were from the Philippines and neither was a US citizen when Ms Malkin was born. Ms Malkin was a citizen (and is today) because her immigrant parents were in the US when she was born. Does Ms Malkin think that her own path to citizenship was ok? Why shouldn't Mexicans, Haitians, and Guatemalans be allowed to follow Ms Malkin's own path?

    Replies: @TG, @Sir Launcelot Canning, @JT, @obwandiyag, @Dr. Charles Fhandrich, @Dr. Charles Fhandrich, @St-Germain

    The fact that you’re implying that it’s bad for her not to blindly play favorites with non-Americans is pretty self-unaware and hilarious. If anything, non-Americans on this soil should blindy play favorites to Americans. If you think that it’s good for Americans to have their interests pushed aside for foreign ones, then you’re seriously naive.

    Contrary to popular belief, you’re not only obtaining their food. People in different nations have different customs, opinions, politics, issues, and behavior that we wouldn’t find acceptable and vice versa. If they’re instructed by NGOs not to abandon those values by “rejecting assimilation” and “embracing diversity”, then it’s no surprise that additional issues are introduced in America. Some Indians employ a caste system in tech companies. Somalian rioters destroyed Minneapolis just because George Floyd had the same skin color as them.

    What makes Malkin OK? It’s simple really; she identifies as an American, not as a foreign immigrant. Malkin is one of the few immigrants who fully assimilated by letting go of ethnic tribalism. She doesn’t blindly side with her own ethnic group just because they look like her. She doesn’t force Americans to care about politics of foreign nations. Malkin wasn’t also brought by greedy NGOs who want to exploit her for cheap labor and free votes. Her ancestors were vetted for immigration.

    However, that’s besides the point. I don’t blame immigrants for being different. It’s human nature to side with people and values most familiar to you, it’s the people allow and fund immigration who are at fault.

    The NGOs and unelected bureaucrats aren’t importing immigrants for altruistic reasons, they’re importing them for short-sighted selfish ones. Rather than:
    1. Take the initiative to restore the declining spirituality in America, clergy would rather import church members as children become indoctrinated by anti-Christian ideology in schools and media outlets.
    2. Address the concerns of their voters, politicians would rather import and indoctrinate new people who aren’t aware of their history with meaningless platitudes to diversity.
    3. Increase the wages of US workers to boost productively, corporations would rather import people who can do it for less.
    Immigration is weaponized as an instrument by the powerful to dismiss the interests and rights of native US citizens.

  8. I’m thinking the swarm that’s about to be admitted, then amnestied, should be the final nail in the coffin of America. What kind of a place will our grandchildren and great grandchildren live in? It will be as unrecognizable to us as New York today would be to a Dutchman in the 17th century. What a mess. Not a single patriot anywhere able to save a once great people. A real shame.

  9. @GEG
    Did Ms. Malkin's parents gain access to the United States illegally? Did Ms. Malkin? No? Then what is your point? That you're all in favor of opening the floodgates to whoever decides they want to be here? You know, I have never understood why you America-hating individuals don't just (illegally) migrate to all the other countries you love so much, that are so much better than the good old US of A. Try sneaking into Mexico the way these "migrants" sneak into the US and tell me how you fare the third world Mexican prison system.

    No one has an issue with legal migration. Quite frankly, if America was half as bad as liberals pretend it is, no one would be rushing over our border. The issue is that these are people from third world countries and they are overwhelming or curious, towns and states. What better way to transform America into a third-world state, too? And that is the goal. Make America pay for the "crime" of being that shining city on a hill.

    Replies: @John Regan, @Abolish_public_education

    No one has an issue with legal migration.

    Right. America should welcome any hard-working man or woman from across the globe who loves freedom. People who try to promote nationalism and racialism and that kind of stuff are really collectivists. Just like Hitler, who was a Socialist. To quote a real Conservative like Mitt Romney: That’s not who we are.

    As long as they come legally, how can a true Conservative object to that? Didn’t Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., teach us to do better than that? It’s Democrats who are the real racists. They’re using illegal immigration to keep Black people on the plantation.

    Also, the Beatles gave us the greatest music ever.

    • Replies: @schnellandine
    @John Regan

    I wish people would lay off the irony. Becoming stagnant.

  10. Michelle Malkin is an American citizen because of the interpretation of the 14th amendment…which I disagree with but so far ending birthright citizenship has been ignored, unfortunately. That being said her parents were here LEGALLY when she was born. Also they were Phillipines citizens….a country the United States had control of since 1898, granted independence in 1946. So there is a connection to the Philippines. The fact that she sees HER COUNTRY being overrun and changed from massive illegal AND legal immigration does not mean she can not speak out on the issue…..I have no problem with small minorities being here but I seriously doubt the founding fathers, that I think were fairly intelligent in their day, could have ever imagined this would not be a white, Christian dominated society or that it would have become so LARGE. And just me personally I am not a Christian or any other religion but I am white…or 98% white according to DNA. You do not have to be white to see the destruction coming……why are there these little lines all across the globe separating these peoples, languages, religious groups.(countries) but somehow all of these same “tribal” groups are going to live gloriously, harmoniously on the magic soil called The United States of America?

    • Agree: Achmed E. Newman
  11. @Harry Huntington
    Perhaps Ms Malkin should talk about how she became a US Citizen. Her parents were from the Philippines and neither was a US citizen when Ms Malkin was born. Ms Malkin was a citizen (and is today) because her immigrant parents were in the US when she was born. Does Ms Malkin think that her own path to citizenship was ok? Why shouldn't Mexicans, Haitians, and Guatemalans be allowed to follow Ms Malkin's own path?

    Replies: @TG, @Sir Launcelot Canning, @JT, @obwandiyag, @Dr. Charles Fhandrich, @Dr. Charles Fhandrich, @St-Germain

    Nobody hates immigrants like immigrants. They know what’s what and who’s who.

  12. Good article. Immigration is a trick. They guilt you into feeling like a heel because you hate poor little immigrant babies, and that gives them carte blanche to import millions, crash the wages, andcrush the unions.

  13. @TG
    @Harry Huntington

    My grandparents came from Sweden at the beginning of the 20th century. They were good and decent people, but the massive number of people like them flooding the country created great poverty for the working class - the country was much more prosperous for the average person before 1888, thank you very much - and the working class only made progress after the RATE at which people like my grandparents were allowed to come here, during the immigration freeze of the 1940's and 1950's (though these high wages cost the rich profits, cry me a river).

    Just to notice: at the time Sweden's fertility rate was sky high, and Sweden was miserably poor. The rich of Sweden were quite open about saying that without the safety valve to immigration to the United States, Sweden would either have a revolution or collapse. Immigration to the United States was cut off, and lo and behold, the Swedes moderated their fertility rate, and Sweden became prosperous.

    A policy that uses the misery of places like Haiti and India and Guatemala etc. to crush the American working class into poverty, so that the rich can get even richer off the downwards pressure on wages and upwards pressure on rents, and that blocks any honest discussion about how the third world could become prosperous, is a greedy and viciously amoral policy.

    So sure, my grandparents were immigrants, but I'm here and you're here, and I feel no problem wanting the rate of immigration to be moderated to one that does not turn America into just another overpopulated cesspit. Ms. Malkin is a proper US citizen who feels truly loyal to the country that gave her a chance, and I for one honor her for her views.

    Replies: @Harry Huntington

    You need to read more history. It has always been the policy of Republican business owners to “import” more labor to bid down wages. Some time take a look at the economic facts on the ground in 1860. Slave owners treated “slaves” like capital investments. That meant as much as they mistreated them, they fed them, housed them, clothed them, got them medical care, and did other things to “invest” in them as something quite valuable. In most cases, they were more productive than northern labor. By way of contrast, northern Republican business did not pay workers a living wage. They realized they could work immigrants, kill them off, and import more.

    The question today is for those who oppose immigration, like Ms Malkin, what else are you doing to help labor? And why should “new” immigrants face a different future than the old?

    • Replies: @JT
    @Harry Huntington

    Everyone here answered your question including Malkin, you just refuse to accept the answer given to you. You can kick or keep out immigrants and it STILL wouldn't make a difference because of the various NGOs, corporations, and institutions who openly conspire to bring them to avoid addressing the concerns of US citizens.

    People who fear for their safety don't travel millions of miles past other countries into one with a higher cost of living, it's NGOs funding this with the intention of drowning out the US population.

    , @Anonymous
    @Harry Huntington


    what else are you doing to help labor?
     
    What is labor doing to help labor: joining corrupt unions that funnel dues to anti-worker Democrats?

    Importing illegals is like removing your front door, then placing a sign next to it: "Enter here for free room/board, clothes, healthcare, and educational opportunities. I will pay ALL your bills, no questions asked!"

  14. @Robert Dolan
    Not an argument.

    Open borders/massive third world immigration is being engineered to destroy western civilization, to wreck all of Christendom, to make the world user friendly for the jewish people.

    The small hat criminals believe that by destroying white people, they will be able to avert another eviction, another "holocaust."

    Open borders is essentially holocaust-proofing every white nation.

    The race replacement/ethnic cleansing brings in millions of new Democrat voters that will get on the dole and team up to hate whitey.

    Diversity is white genocide.

    “Multiculturalism” is a program that is FORCED upon EVERY & ONLY White countries.
    “Multiculturalism” is a program to turn EVERY White country into a non-White country.
    This IS geNOcide. WHITE geNOcide.
    If you are White, and you object to your own geNOcide, you are called a RACIST!
    Well guess what, my people, White people, are catching on very quickly to the following two things:
    1 – Multiculturalism is a code for White geNOcide.
    2 – Anti-racist is a code for anti-White.
    ——————————————————————————————————————————-
    Nobody is saying that Africans in Africa will ever be a minority
    Nobody is saying that Asians in Asia will ever be a minority.
    So why are they saying Whites will be a minority in Britain in 2036?
    And Sweden in 2024?
    That’s because there’s MASSIVE non-White immigration in EVERY White country and ONLY White countries.
    Because there’s a program of White geNOcide.
    They say it’s “anti-racist” but it’s simply anti-White.
    Anti-Racist is a code for anti-White.

    Replies: @Sir Launcelot Canning, @Reg Cæsar

    Tucker basically outlined the replacement of Heritage Americans tonight, said that phrase, and mocked the SPLC. I love it.

  15. I notice that Ron Unz doesn’t put Michelle Malkin on the banner head. I wonder why Ron? She opposes the open borders your Jewish DNA craves?

  16. @Sir Launcelot Canning
    @Harry Huntington

    There is a Filipino-American community in my town. They have been contributors to society and the economy, polite and friendly. They pay their taxes and have useful skills. They value education and are non-violent. They came to America to work and not be freeloaders. Some of their women are beautiful. That's the difference, Harry. They have been a positive addition to our area, and not a parasitical detraction.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar, @Anon

    The Huntingtons have been seeking cheap labor for almost 400 years.

  17. @Robert Dolan
    Not an argument.

    Open borders/massive third world immigration is being engineered to destroy western civilization, to wreck all of Christendom, to make the world user friendly for the jewish people.

    The small hat criminals believe that by destroying white people, they will be able to avert another eviction, another "holocaust."

    Open borders is essentially holocaust-proofing every white nation.

    The race replacement/ethnic cleansing brings in millions of new Democrat voters that will get on the dole and team up to hate whitey.

    Diversity is white genocide.

    “Multiculturalism” is a program that is FORCED upon EVERY & ONLY White countries.
    “Multiculturalism” is a program to turn EVERY White country into a non-White country.
    This IS geNOcide. WHITE geNOcide.
    If you are White, and you object to your own geNOcide, you are called a RACIST!
    Well guess what, my people, White people, are catching on very quickly to the following two things:
    1 – Multiculturalism is a code for White geNOcide.
    2 – Anti-racist is a code for anti-White.
    ——————————————————————————————————————————-
    Nobody is saying that Africans in Africa will ever be a minority
    Nobody is saying that Asians in Asia will ever be a minority.
    So why are they saying Whites will be a minority in Britain in 2036?
    And Sweden in 2024?
    That’s because there’s MASSIVE non-White immigration in EVERY White country and ONLY White countries.
    Because there’s a program of White geNOcide.
    They say it’s “anti-racist” but it’s simply anti-White.
    Anti-Racist is a code for anti-White.

    Replies: @Sir Launcelot Canning, @Reg Cæsar

    Nobody is saying that Africans in Africa will ever be a minority
    Nobody is saying that Asians in Asia will ever be a minority.

    The 1820 census said that whites were a minority in South Carolina, Louisiana, and Mississippi, and they would continue to be for a century or more thereafter. That makes those places 💩⛳s by definition, but people there celebrate their heritage.

    We survived the massive replacement-by-immigration policy that ended in 1808. We can do it again. But scurrying around the barnyard gobbling “genocide!” isn’t going to get us any closer.

  18. @Harry Huntington
    @TG

    You need to read more history. It has always been the policy of Republican business owners to "import" more labor to bid down wages. Some time take a look at the economic facts on the ground in 1860. Slave owners treated "slaves" like capital investments. That meant as much as they mistreated them, they fed them, housed them, clothed them, got them medical care, and did other things to "invest" in them as something quite valuable. In most cases, they were more productive than northern labor. By way of contrast, northern Republican business did not pay workers a living wage. They realized they could work immigrants, kill them off, and import more.

    The question today is for those who oppose immigration, like Ms Malkin, what else are you doing to help labor? And why should "new" immigrants face a different future than the old?

    Replies: @JT, @Anonymous

    Everyone here answered your question including Malkin, you just refuse to accept the answer given to you. You can kick or keep out immigrants and it STILL wouldn’t make a difference because of the various NGOs, corporations, and institutions who openly conspire to bring them to avoid addressing the concerns of US citizens.

    People who fear for their safety don’t travel millions of miles past other countries into one with a higher cost of living, it’s NGOs funding this with the intention of drowning out the US population.

  19. 1. At some point any country may reach a point with immigration that it is becomes clearly “counter-productive”. Negative — whether “legal” or not.
    2. I suspect that that point is reached, or is nearly reached in both the US & Australia.
    3. Regardless of causes, climate change puts added pressure on immigrant destinations ( both the US & Aust’ are suffering from increasingly severe drought & wild fire, to name but a couple of environmental issues).
    4. We now know that immigration is (& has been) manipulated by Elites for various social & economic reasons determined by their perception of their own elite interests.
    5. Immigration is like charity — in the short term, it may be a vital remedy. However, as it is now often practiced, it is a means of hiding systemic evils. Immigration is like an outlet valve on a steam cooker — it releases just enough pressure to allow the SHAM to continue without exploding.
    6. Under current politics there are essentially no answers to these problems. Theoretically, the US could use a carrot/stick approach to Sth America. Sanctions for those who don.t cooperate, \$\$ for those who endevor to place leak proof borders. Wider still — reject the “economic hitman” strategy employed for the last 40 years by the IMF & world bank (neoliberalism) . Promote fair trade & national investment for national interests.
    7. It is indicative of the “success” of the various pro-immigration factions that they have managed to gain significant Black approval — immigration is a knife to the throat of black communities.

  20. @Harry Huntington
    Perhaps Ms Malkin should talk about how she became a US Citizen. Her parents were from the Philippines and neither was a US citizen when Ms Malkin was born. Ms Malkin was a citizen (and is today) because her immigrant parents were in the US when she was born. Does Ms Malkin think that her own path to citizenship was ok? Why shouldn't Mexicans, Haitians, and Guatemalans be allowed to follow Ms Malkin's own path?

    Replies: @TG, @Sir Launcelot Canning, @JT, @obwandiyag, @Dr. Charles Fhandrich, @Dr. Charles Fhandrich, @St-Germain

    That is why they used to vet immigrants rather harshly. A person needed to have “good character, not be a burden to the state, like so many are allowed to be by the democratic party today, must not have had any diseases, (we don’t know that with Biden’s policies. Must have had a job lined up and have a sponsor. (with Biden’s policies, the state is illegally the sponsor). Just look at what happened to the Haitians. The Haitians were at first not allowed in, which was wrong if you’re going to let every other group in, en masse. Biden used to be one of those who objected to allowing Cubans in. Why? Because he knew that, as a rule, the Cubans voted Republican. The U.S. would give the Cubans the hardest time. Didn’t matter if they braved shark infested waters or what ever. If they were still in the water, two feet away from the shore, they got sent back. The democratic party wants total control of all future voters, no matter how many laws they have to violate. It’s really disappointing how many Americans can’t see it for what it is. The democratic party is a criminal organization. I’ve said this a thousand times and would change my line but haven’t found a better one–the left today, is a criminal organization.

  21. @Harry Huntington
    Perhaps Ms Malkin should talk about how she became a US Citizen. Her parents were from the Philippines and neither was a US citizen when Ms Malkin was born. Ms Malkin was a citizen (and is today) because her immigrant parents were in the US when she was born. Does Ms Malkin think that her own path to citizenship was ok? Why shouldn't Mexicans, Haitians, and Guatemalans be allowed to follow Ms Malkin's own path?

    Replies: @TG, @Sir Launcelot Canning, @JT, @obwandiyag, @Dr. Charles Fhandrich, @Dr. Charles Fhandrich, @St-Germain

    People from the Philippines are highly Americanized. They don’t cause much crime. They don’t constantly protest against things and especially not violently. The Philippines is practically an American protectorate and besides, many vote Republican. They also helped the U..S during WW2. There is no substantial comparison with the other groups you mention. They also assimilate easily. Not something found among many other groups.

  22. @John Regan
    @GEG


    No one has an issue with legal migration.
     
    Right. America should welcome any hard-working man or woman from across the globe who loves freedom. People who try to promote nationalism and racialism and that kind of stuff are really collectivists. Just like Hitler, who was a Socialist. To quote a real Conservative like Mitt Romney: That's not who we are.

    As long as they come legally, how can a true Conservative object to that? Didn't Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., teach us to do better than that? It's Democrats who are the real racists. They're using illegal immigration to keep Black people on the plantation.

    Also, the Beatles gave us the greatest music ever.

    Replies: @schnellandine

    I wish people would lay off the irony. Becoming stagnant.

  23. Theoretically, the US could use a carrot/stick approach to Sth America. Sanctions for those who don.t cooperate, \$\$ for those who endevor to place leak proof borders.

    All Foreign Aid should be cut off, due to their populations being in the US….
    Leave it off, till a full count of everyone currently here….
    Then, figure out how much the Feds/States have spent on them for the last 100 years and dun
    all those countries for payment…..
    Then maybe revive aid for some countries….

    In the US, create a fund for Welfare…..
    Once it goes out, only replenish it by repayment…
    Same for College Loans etc……

  24. @GEG
    Did Ms. Malkin's parents gain access to the United States illegally? Did Ms. Malkin? No? Then what is your point? That you're all in favor of opening the floodgates to whoever decides they want to be here? You know, I have never understood why you America-hating individuals don't just (illegally) migrate to all the other countries you love so much, that are so much better than the good old US of A. Try sneaking into Mexico the way these "migrants" sneak into the US and tell me how you fare the third world Mexican prison system.

    No one has an issue with legal migration. Quite frankly, if America was half as bad as liberals pretend it is, no one would be rushing over our border. The issue is that these are people from third world countries and they are overwhelming or curious, towns and states. What better way to transform America into a third-world state, too? And that is the goal. Make America pay for the "crime" of being that shining city on a hill.

    Replies: @John Regan, @Abolish_public_education

    No one has an issue with legal migration.

    I can think of at least one person.

    Folks come to California from the other 49, and right away they become eligible for all sorts of taxpayer-provided freebies, such as 10+ years of public education (babysitting).

    It takes at least a few months for newcomers to be granted CA voting rights. It takes at least a year for them to qualify for the in-state tuition rate at UC. It should take at least five years for them to become eligible for what should be the in-state rate at CA public schools: \$15,000 per kid*yr; out-of-staters should pay \$20K.

  25. Anonymous[124] • Disclaimer says:
    @Harry Huntington
    @TG

    You need to read more history. It has always been the policy of Republican business owners to "import" more labor to bid down wages. Some time take a look at the economic facts on the ground in 1860. Slave owners treated "slaves" like capital investments. That meant as much as they mistreated them, they fed them, housed them, clothed them, got them medical care, and did other things to "invest" in them as something quite valuable. In most cases, they were more productive than northern labor. By way of contrast, northern Republican business did not pay workers a living wage. They realized they could work immigrants, kill them off, and import more.

    The question today is for those who oppose immigration, like Ms Malkin, what else are you doing to help labor? And why should "new" immigrants face a different future than the old?

    Replies: @JT, @Anonymous

    what else are you doing to help labor?

    What is labor doing to help labor: joining corrupt unions that funnel dues to anti-worker Democrats?

    Importing illegals is like removing your front door, then placing a sign next to it: “Enter here for free room/board, clothes, healthcare, and educational opportunities. I will pay ALL your bills, no questions asked!”

  26. No one has an issue with legal migration.

    Can’t forget NY let Hillary run for Senate, without ever living in the State…..

  27. @Harry Huntington
    Perhaps Ms Malkin should talk about how she became a US Citizen. Her parents were from the Philippines and neither was a US citizen when Ms Malkin was born. Ms Malkin was a citizen (and is today) because her immigrant parents were in the US when she was born. Does Ms Malkin think that her own path to citizenship was ok? Why shouldn't Mexicans, Haitians, and Guatemalans be allowed to follow Ms Malkin's own path?

    Replies: @TG, @Sir Launcelot Canning, @JT, @obwandiyag, @Dr. Charles Fhandrich, @Dr. Charles Fhandrich, @St-Germain

    Why shouldn’t Mexicans, Haitians, and Guatemalans be allowed to follow Ms Malkin’s own path?

    Well, maybe the answer is that Michelle Malkin is an honest journalist, unlike the paid propagandists of the West’s mainstream media. She’s reporting on the structure of a corrupt international industry that is actively promoted and quietly financed by a destructive cluster of international organizations and unrepresentative Western governments now in the thrall of huge stateless corporations and wealthy globalist ideologues seeking to remake the world in their own elite interest.

    As she points out, these subversive organizations are not really concerned about helping “refugees” because these armies of migrants marching freely through multiple sovereign countries are not fleeing wars, famines or natural disasters. They are simply drawn by materialist propaganda about the oppulent lifestyle that awaits them as soon as they illegally invade a white Western country. If charity begins at home, why would they abandon their own failed states that would otherwise benefit from the skills and labor they take with them?

    The displaced, “deplorable” losers here are only the struggling working class that built the orderly and attractive societies being targeted and diluted by the avalanche of chaotic migration from the Third World. Do you really think this “gift of diversity” from culturally incompatible regions of the planet will be the new strength of the white Western world?

    I’m inclined to believe that what we are now seeing at Del Rio, Texas, is the signature of the dystopian future glimpsed half century ago by Jean Raspail in his prophetic novel Camp of the Saints. It’s going to be wonderful for rootless billionaires but Dunkirk for the traditional Western strengths of faith, family and freedom.

    Good work, Michelle.

    • Agree: Achmed E. Newman
  28. @Sir Launcelot Canning
    @Harry Huntington

    There is a Filipino-American community in my town. They have been contributors to society and the economy, polite and friendly. They pay their taxes and have useful skills. They value education and are non-violent. They came to America to work and not be freeloaders. Some of their women are beautiful. That's the difference, Harry. They have been a positive addition to our area, and not a parasitical detraction.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar, @Anon

    Traitor.

  29. Illegal aliens’ acts illegally crossing the US borders are criminal. Illegal aliens working in America is illegal, ignored by government for over half century, except by President Trump. Fake POTUS, his no good for the country lefty cohort lawmakers want criminal deeds of illegal aliens legalize. The parents of Michelle are legal aliens granted the privilege of US visa, her father is an MD, her mother is an educated professional. Illegal aliens illegally crossing the US borders are aided, abetted by FAKE POTUS, and his entire communist cohorts make them all mastermind of crimes committed by illegal aliens. Illegal aliens illegally crossing the US borders are no different, when strangers criminally entering your house, trespassing the entire perimeter of your home. In states with stand your ground law, shooting at intruders are lawful.

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