Wednesday, May 22, 2013

Read the latest news about unfettered immigration and you can smell treason in the air

    As the United States Congress attempts to essentially do away with any limitations on immigration whatsoever with a bill that will legalize virtually anyone and make all non-citizens eligible for welfare and free health care, it might be a good time to look at the latest immigration news from around the world.
    In Great Britain, a soldier was beheaded in broad daylight by at least two Muslim extremists. Why? Because the British government was stupid enough to allow people who did not love Britain or who did not fit in with the British to immigrate to that county. We'll soon find out whether the killers were on welfare, but my guess is that they were.
    Of, and just for fun news, an English town has decided to stop displaying the English flag, on the grounds that Muslims might be offended, since England participated in the Crusades.
    Sweden has now endured its third night of rioting in immigrant neighborhoods, relating to the death of a knife-wielding man in Husby, a suburb from which native Swedes have been run off. The riots are made worse by the irresponsible decision of the police not to use machine guns to quell the disorder. The problem? Once again, like Britain, Sweden allowed massive numbers of immigrants who didn't fit in, weren't very employable, and didn't have a true love and allegiance to Sweden to enter the country. They are reaping what they have sown.
    Right here in the good, ol' United States, a Chechen immigrant with ties to the Boston Marathon bombers was shot and killed by law enforcement officers after he attacked them during an interview. Ibragim Todashev was no stranger to violence; he recently put an American citizen in the hospital as a result of a dispute over a parking space.
    Now here's an interesting question for you. How many Chechan immigrants have you even heard of in this country? For me the answer is three. All three have turned out to be murderous Islamic extremists or thugs. But the liberals tell us we must pretend there is no difference in people from different countries, that every potential immigrant must be assumed to be an altar boy. Just because 100 percent of the Chechans we've heard of have turned out to be ultra-violent thugs is no reason to subject other Chechans to increased scrutiny. Oh, no!
    Make no mistake, I support legal immigration. I think that as a society we need as many really smart immigrants who speak English and who love our country as we can get. But these immigrants must be able to support themselves, and be admitted on the basis of how much they will contribute to our society, not based on how cheaply they will pick a pint of strawberries to enrich some dirtbag berry farmer. We mustn't allow prospective failures to enter the country, as all they will do is blame their failure on American society and start killing people. Or maybe well be lucky and they won't kill; they'll just steal, or maybe just suck all the money out of our welfare system.
    There is a bipartisan group of U.S. senators known as the Gang of Eight essentially trying to eliminate America's borders and provide welfare benefits to the world. These men are nothing less than traitors to the American people. There will be another election in 18 months, and I seriously doubt the Gang of Eight can pack the voter rolls with enough illegal voters in that time to save themselves and their allies.
    So I'm looking forward to seeing a few of these guys turned out of office in 2014, provided one of their immigrant allies doesn't murder, behead, or blow me up before then.


Pugnacious said...

I was wonderingjust when you were going to jump into the fray over at Tom's Place. I will address the "unfettered immigration" point in a later post, but I'd like to again refer you to the letter exchanges between Lord Acton and Robert E. Lee on why he decided to defend Virginia and the Confederacy. British historian Lord Acton is also author of the often quoted Power corrupts and absolute power corrupts absolutely. Acton's sympathy for the Southern cause seems to partly founded upon his fears of Farraguat appearing in the English Channel and Sherman landing in Ireland. In Acton's letter he recognizes the problems with arriving at truth from reading historical narrarives from the victor's view only. It would be likened to arriving at the absolute truth of the events that lead to the establishment of Germany's Third Reich from reading only The Rise and the Fall of the Third Reich and ignoring David Irving's definitive work, The Path To War.

And in response to that horrid(provocative, or not) Message from Garcia, it has always been protocol in my business to place $50 bills face down in the cash drawer and $100 bills face up. Not to avoid confusing the two, but to avoid looking at Grant's pug. And Ben Franklin was never even President.

The Lord Acton/Robert E. Lee correspondence:

Pugnacious said...

The actual title of Irving's book is The War Path:Hitler's Germany,1933-1939.

However, another important but lesser kown book of that period is Ben V. Cohen:The Architect of the New Deal, authored by William Lasser. Interestingly enough, the book is published by the Century Foundation, formerly know as the Twentieth Century Foundation, which "housed" and funded members of FDR's "braintrust" that led the US into the WWII imbroglio. Sitting on the Board of Directors of the Century Foundation is Ole Miss' Hodding Carter, III. "Ben" and Hodding know a lot more than they're telling of Huey P. Long's assassination. Lone gunman, my foot! Ben Victor Cohen worked closely with "Wild Bill" Donovan and J. Edgar Hoover. Connect the dots.

Pugnacious said...

That's Grant's MUG, not Pug.

Maybe Tom would entertain the idea of putting a marker at Gettysburg Battlefield with this inscription from the Sage of Baltimore:

The Gettysburg speech was at once the shortest and the most famous oration in American history...the highest emotion reduced to a few poetical phrases. Lincoln himself never even remotely approached it. It is genuinely stupendous. But let us not forget that it is poetry, not logic; beauty, not sense. Think of the argument in it. Put it into the cold words of everyday. The doctrine is simply this: that the Union soldiers who died at Gettysburg sacrificed their lives to the cause of self-determination – that government of the people, by the people, for the people, should not perish from the earth. It is difficult to imagine anything more untrue. The Union soldiers in the battle actually fought against self-determination; it was the Confederates who fought for the right of their people to govern themselves~Henry L. Mencken

Or this at the Lincoln Memorial:

The Great Emancipator holds the record for the largest mass execution in U.S. history, after condemning to death 303 members of the Sioux Nation in Mankato, Minnesota. Ultimately, thirty-eight Sioux men were simultaneously hanged on the day after Christmas, 1862.

Pugnacious said...

Duly noted that Lincoln's Emancipation Proclamation was issued just six days after the mass hangings of the Native Americans at Mankato. Lincoln's Civil War triumvirate. Grant, Sherman and Sheridan, championed the systematic extermination and removal of the Plains Indians. No Treaty Of Dancing Rabbit Creek for those poor souls.

Pugnacious said...

IMHO, Dusting Hoffman's best role ever.

...them ain't helpless women and children waitin' fer you down there, general...

Pugnacious said...


How revolting that Toledano and the others over at Tom's Place "wax poetic" on the "evils" of 19th century chattel slavery, but then laud Lt. Duke and those "fine young men" of the 458th Bomber Group for the terror bombing of German population centers like Magdeburg which the 458th BG incendiary-bombed on the 3rd, 14th and 15th of February, 1945. It was on the 16th of February that RAF's Bomber Command Arthur Harris earned his infamous sobriquet, "Bomber Harris," for delivering the coup de gras to this ancient, unfortified city. It was during this same time period that Dresden was incendiary-bombed with 200,000 civilian dead.

In an interview with "Bomber" Harris, he tells historian David Irving that he "would do it again."

Check out the "railway center" that was the alleged target of the Iron Lady bomber crew.