I had the pleasure of meeting Fred Reed at AmRen’s 2008 Conference. He’s married to a Mexican and devoid of loyalty to his White American countrymen, but he’s a very creative thinker with a gift for getting to the heart of whatever matter he’s engaging. In his most recent blog post, he picked apart several conservative arguments on the subject of immigration from a frank and politically incorrect perspective, then concluded with “What now, gang?”
His recent eye surgery has temporarily impaired his ability to read, so it’s important that I respond rapidly, while I still have the advantage.
Immigration is not something Mexico did to the United States, but something the United States did to itself [emphasis added]. Decades ago it changed its laws to favor Latin immigrants, gives immigrant children born in the US citizenship, avidly employs the ilegals, forbids police to check their papers, give them social services and schooling, establishes “sanctuary cities,” and in general does everything but send them engraved invitations. And then expresses surprise when they come.
Americans have consistently voted for restricting immigration, even legal immigration, to no avail. The lax laws themselves were imposed on an unwilling nation by a Jewish elite hellbent on weakening our traditional White American ethnonational foundation. I recommend that you read Professor Kevin MacDonald’s Culture of Critique for a complete analysis of this well-documented usurpation.
Update: For a more concise introduction to this topic, I recommend KMac’s Jewish Involvement in Shaping American Immigration Policy, 1881-1965: A Historical Review (hat tip to Tanstaafl from Age of Treason).
Yet, even then, the laws are relatively restrictive. But a law that the people force the government to pass is a mere scrap of paper to be deliberately misinterpreted by judicial activists and simply ignored by the bureaucrats entrusted to execute it. Birthright Citizenship was never the intent of those who drafted the legislation in question, and all the laws in the world are useless when “our” government simply chooses to ignore them.
From a Mexican perspective, it does indeed appear like something the “United States did to itself”. But we, the White American people, have been shafted in broad daylight by the legislative, judicial, and executive branches of “our” federal government. At no point did the American people ask their government to abolish them and appoint a new citizenry.
We hear endlessly that Mexicans are “taking the jobs of Americans.” Not quite. Reflect that every time a Mexican gets a job, it is because a shiny white noisily patriotic American businessman gives him that job.
A game which enriches scoundrels and bankrupts honest men will find scoundrels willing to enrich themselves at America’s expense. If there’s hatred to be had in all this, it should be toward these fratricidal monsters who’ve sold our birthright for a bowl of soup. There is no race or nation so perfect as to be devoid of traitors and quizlings. On the positive side, we have a real opportunity here to quietly take notes and names.
Don’t expect a lot of sympathy when Mexicans move back into what they regard as theirs in the first place.
I don’t. But they shouldn’t expect a lot of sympathy when a reinvigorated American people reassert their sovereign borders. In your article, you seem to genuinely give a shit about the feelings and entitlements of Mexicans in America who’ve been granted “citizenship” by the ruling regime. This giving of a shit is not reciprocated toward the actual Americans from whom this birthright was stolen. I accuse you of having that curious White Supremacist bias in which Whites are to be treated like adults and deal with tough reality while people of color are to be cared for and protected as inferiors.
You’re sounding like a veritable Lawrence of Acapulco.
Speaking of getting over it, the US will sooner or later will have to entertain the idea of getting over Latin immigration. Allowing the immigration in the first place was a terrible idea, since diversity regularly proves disastrous, but now there is precious little to be done about it. Nativist fantasies notwithstanding, the US is not going to round up thirteen (give or take) million people at gunpoint and force them across the border. If it doesn’t do this, few ilegals will leave.
While White Americans don’t currently have the will to defend their right to exist, it would be foolish to accept this as an inalterable and permanent reality. Our will to live was, after all, only extinguished within the last several decades. It’s unthinkable to the contemporary mind that White Americans could awaken and rally to the defense of their birthright. A historical process has been set in motion in which either one unthinkable or the other must occur. Either one of the most gifted and vigorous nations in history will welcome a hostile foreign invasion and cease to exist, or tens of millions of alien usurpers will be displaced.
Somebody’s feelings will be hurt. Somebody will be clutching a worthless piece of paper asserting his birthright as an American citizen. At some point the multicult music will stop and somebody is going to be left without a chair. These papers asserting that Mexicans are American citizens may matter as much in the future as laws on the books to deport illegal immigrants matter now.
Personally, I already reject the legitimacy of this regime and I reject its alleged authority to declare who is and is not a countryman. I believe that more people share my attitude with each passing day. You scoff at the possibility of Mexicans who aren’t technically Mexicans being deported and you offer some cutesy absurdities like this one about how we would go about reasserting our birthright…
Perhaps at three a.m. you put a lightning cordon of Marines around a ten-block region and then go house to house, kicking in doors and dragging screaming people out. These you would throw into sealed eighteen-wheelers, drive them to the nearest border, and perhaps literally kick them across.
You’re sort of challenging us to engage in cruelty, with the implicit assumption that we’re so broken as a people that we’re incapable of decisive action even when cornered. As a combat veteran, I would think you would be the first to recognize how thin and fragile the veneer of civility can prove to be when human beings are frightened, threatened, and confused. You might just be surprised by the wrath of the awakened saxon.
I do admit that the birthright of myself and my family is not something I’m willing to compromise on in face of even the most absurdly horrific hypothetical scenarios. But I think you’re failing to recognize how rapid and complete an ethnic cleansing can be without a single shot being fired or a single child being rounded up. Perhaps you’ve never visited Detroit.
Okay, so there were plenty of shots fired at Whites and the government actually did try to round up our children in buses. But you get the idea!
As you admitted yourself, they’re here for the jobs. They’re a highly mobile group of people who arrived very rapidly for short term gain. With some relatively minor and humane tweaks in America’s political, economic, and cultural milieu, the polarity of the magnet can be reversed and the bulk of the migrants will quietly deport themselves.
The underlying problem is that no solution, or attempted solution, has enough support to get put into effect. Business wants the labor, politicians eye the vote, polls show young Americans as being much less worried about the whole question than their elders [For now].
Conservatives—those, anyway, who are not profiting by immigration—talk of putting the military along the border, but support seems lacking [For now]. On Fox News I see people urging the characteristic American solution: high-tech this and that. Anyone with experience with dispersed guerrillas will see the prospects of success [Agreed].
As is so commonly the case in semi-democracies, whatever might work is politically impossible, and whatever is politically possible won’t work.
I agree with your analysis of the present political reality, but I don’t believe you’re taking into account the possibility that maybe, just maybe, the slumbering giant of White American identity will awaken. If that happens, and only if that happens, these disorganized and poverty-stricken foreigners in our midst will be the ones up against steep odds.
Best wishes and best of luck with your recovery, Fred. I’ll be making a toast to your sacrifices tomorrow.