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Category Archives: Immigration
Here’s a (relatively tame) article on Cartel violence. Decapitations by chainsaw? Check. Peeling off someone’s face and stitching it onto a soccer ball? Check. Slowly boiling people alive? Check. Feeding people to hungry lions? Check. There’s beheading by chainsaw – a … Continue reading
“Salvini’s nationalism and Macron’s globalism are the two competing visions of Europe’s future,” writes Christopher Caldwell in The Spectator (“Macron vs Salvini: the ideological battle for Europe’s future”). The most interesting paragraph in the piece pertains to an incipient, anti-immigration, … Continue reading
If you look underneath the surface, the world of contemporary B-movies (aka ‘straight to video’) contains a plethora of films channeling the zeitgeist’s inner anxieties about illegal immigration. Two recent examples: Occupation (2018): A small group of town residents have … Continue reading
This modern horror tale, written by Katrin Bennhold, begins: MUNICH — All seems well in Bavaria. The streets are clean, unemployment is practically nonexistent, social benefits are generous and a vibrant sense of identity infuses small villages and big cities … Continue reading
Day #2 of the NYT’s Normandy Invasion.
Long day at work… Let me open the NYT to see what happened in the world today.
Was “Hey Jude” written about the Jews, specifically the Jewish sense of self and history? (“Jude” means “Jew” in German.) And anytime you feel the pain, hey Jude, refrain Don’t carry the world upon your shoulders For well you know … Continue reading
Only in the suicidal mind of the white Western progressive is there the close and realizable dream of perfect egalitarianism and racial blindness. Everywhere else in the world, ethnicity and tribal loyalties trump all else. From today’s NYT is a … Continue reading
It’s all about reframing. Some time ago, Sailer equated young male ‘refugees’ going to Europe as like going to Disneyland: free food & apartment, alcohol, skimpily dressed blonde girls, etc. In conversations, I have been using this analogy ever since. … Continue reading