The Genius of West Point Military Academy Fighting Far Right Domestic Terrorism

The US’s top military academy, West Point, has a Combatting Terrorism Center directed by one Arie Perliger, PhD:

Dr. Perliger’s most recent think tank white paper, drawing on data from the SPLC and ADL, is “Challengers from the Sidelines: Understanding America’s Violent Far-Right” which contains this gem of statistical inference on page 98:

the strong correlation between the level of violence and state population size (α=.888**)

This correlation is drawn from the following table:

The statistics 101 student will notice that the list is rank ordered by a number that is not divided by the population.  In other words, it provides no information on which to derive any valid statistical inference.

If this is the level of intellect that is at the pinnacle of the US’s top military academy—it is clear evidence that the decadence born of tyrannical power has vitiated the US military, let alone softer centers of “brain power”.

PS:  I can’t resist passing on this additional gem of a quote about Perliger’s book “Jewish Terrorism in Israel”:

Avoiding the pitfalls that generally confront the study of terrorism—either expressing outrage at such inhumane behavior or dismissing one man’s terrorist as another man’s freedom fighter—the authors dispassionately study the backgrounds, social networks, and motives of the terrorists.

One might contrast this “objective” stance with the rhetoric applied to the US “far right” by Perliger.

Posted by James Bowery on Friday, January 18, 2013 at 12:44 PM in
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Posted by DanielS. on January 18, 2013, 01:16 PM | #

Yes, the thing is, if you’ve got Whites all geared toward the same ends but acting individually, independently or in very small cells, there cannot be enough Federal agents to infiltrate and stop them.

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Posted by Thorn on January 18, 2013, 07:44 PM | #

Add what’s being taught in the West Point Military Academy to this:

http://dailycaller.com/2013/01/17/public-high-school-in-wisconsin-indoctrinates-students-in-white-privilege/

Then add a disarmed White populace in the mix and anyone that knows history can see where we’re headed:

http://westernrifleshooters.wordpress.com/2013/01/18/bracken-you-right-wing-gun-nuts-are-crazy-totally-paranoid/


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Posted by torgrim on January 19, 2013, 05:38 PM | #

Having been a member of the Army years past, I find the two words intelligence and military in the same sentence almost humorous.

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Posted by Brandon on January 24, 2013, 05:49 PM | #

What torgrim said…

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Posted by Thorn on January 27, 2013, 12:45 PM | #

Obama is now using a litmus test for military officers at the highest level to determine who will stay and who will be dismissed.

Nobel Peace Prize nominee Dr. Jim Garrow explains what this litmus test is all about and gives a credible account of how far down the road to a tyrannical dictatorship we actually are. (It’s 20 minutes long but every second is well worth watching):

Obama to Top Brass: Will you fire on American Citizens?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kzT6X3_Bg9o&feature=player_embedded

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Posted by James Bowery on January 27, 2013, 01:42 PM | #

It should be recognized that the original reason for the US Constitution was to suppress rebellions of military veterans that were taking place under the Articles of Confederation.  See Shay’s Rebellion for the exemplar of the kind of rebellion that the Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia was to suppress.

This is the argument Obama will make.

There are two things that should be noted about this argument however:

1) James Madison himself—the instigator of much of this authoritarian approach to Federalism—could not achieve his aim without resorting to the argument, during the debates of the Constitutional Convention, that the justification for suppressing rebellions was the danger that they would reinstitute monarchy or institute some other form of tyranny.  This gets to the heart of “original intent” since this was the decisive argument swaying the vote for the more powerful central government.

2) No one, not even Madison, argued that if a State legislature decided to secede the Federal government had any authority at all to take military action against it or its people.

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Posted by Thorn on January 27, 2013, 08:31 PM | #

Of course Obama is only a symbolic figure of the left. Those surrounding him WILL make their move to circumvent the Constitution in toto— soon. In my estimation, it’s a 50/50 bet they’ll succeed. We shall see how it plays out within the next four years.

Actually , I think AmeicKWA is now in the midst of a marxist revolutionary whirlwind. Most Americanos are too distracted to realise it.

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Posted by Leon Haller on January 28, 2013, 05:57 AM | #

They’re too brainwashed, Thorn.

Anyway, the immigration Amnesty treason has begun! As I stated at AR:

Look, we understand the Big Picture - America was better when it was whiter, and the less white we become, the worse off white Americans will get. So what’s with all this ineffectual internet complaining? Do you people understand that Congress is about to flood OUR NATION with Mexicans - not just illegal bodies, but NEW US CITIZENS? THIS IS THE END OF OUR NATION! Right now, 2013. This is it. Either we mobilize to tell each and every GOP Rep that if he/she votes for this immigration amnesty (actually, it’s worse than amnesty, technically - it’s a mass donation of citizenship to 30 million Mexicans), we will campaign for and give money to ANY primary opponent of his in 2014.

YOU MUST YELL AT YOUR CONGRESSMAN’S CAMPAIGN STAFF! I called mine already, as well as the office of Boehner, telling each that I will give $1000 to ANY primary opponents of theirs if they don’t stop this immigration treason. If AR readers (and all other patriots) don’t act similarly now, the USA is lost (not that we’re actually viable anymore, but there is a big difference between death in 2050 or in 2020).

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Posted by Thorn on January 28, 2013, 09:04 AM | #

Anyway, the immigration Amnesty treason has begun! As I stated at AR:

The way I see it is this second round of Amnesty (or amnesty 2.0) began the minute after Saint Reagan signed the Simpson-Mazzoli Act into law. I say that because our traitorous elected officials deliberately left the Southern border unsecured thus allowing the Mexican peasants to migrate here by the tens of millions.

Now the ruling class will give the White middle class the finger and make their “cheap labor” American citizens ... just as they intended on doing from the get-go.

I welcome alternative explanations; but I do beleive is this massive migration/invasion didn’t happen willy-nilly.

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Posted by DanielS. on January 28, 2013, 09:24 AM | #

Thorn, spoken like a true White Leftist, very good.

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Posted by Thorn on January 28, 2013, 10:27 AM | #

Thorn, spoken like a true White Leftist, very good.

HAHA!

Thanks, DanielS, but let’s not get carried away there.

I just calls ‘em like I sees ‘em. .. and I knew many years ago the resistance to Amnesty 2.0 couldn’t succeed in thwarting the relentless pro-amnesty forces forever….especially given the fact the Dem establishment and the G.O.P. establishment are co-conspirators in making Amnesty 2.0 a reality.

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Posted by Thorn on January 28, 2013, 12:25 PM | #

Amnesties: Past, Present, Future

http://cis.org/Videos/Amnesty-Panel-Discussion-01142013

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Posted by James Bowery on January 28, 2013, 02:31 PM | #

Leon Haller writes:

YOU MUST YELL AT YOUR CONGRESSMAN’S CAMPAIGN STAFF!  I called mine already, as well as the office of Boehner, telling each that I will give $1000 to ANY primary opponents of theirs if they don’t stop this immigration treason.


At this stage of the game, it would be more effective to carrot-and-stick target Rep. Trey Gowdy at (202) 225-6030, the chairman of the House Judiciary Subcommittee on Immigration and Rep. Bob Goodlatte at (202) 225-5431, chairman of the full committee.  Similarly contact your member of the Republican National Committee.

Introduce yourself with the statement:

America is a nation of settlers.  Immigration increases since The Immigration and Nationality Act of 1965 have been acts of treason against the posterity of the founders.

The carrot?

$1000 to and/or phone canvassing for their campaign if there is no “path to citizenship” for illegals as of the midterm election.

The stick?

LH’s threat with phone canvassing as an “and/or”.

Finally, make it clear that you have done your homework by reading, verbatim, the following abstract: from the research paper “Issue Voting and Immigration: Do Restrictionist Policies Cost Congressional Republicans Votes?” authored by U of Houston political scientist George Hawley:

Objective
I test the hypothesis that Latino voters were less likely to support Republican incumbents with strong anti-immigration records in the 2006 congressional elections in comparison to Republicans with less restrictive records. I also test whether non-Hispanic white voters were similarly sensitive to incumbent immigration records when determining vote choice.

Method
To examine these questions, I created hierarchical models in which incumbent immigration records, individual views on immigration, and an interaction between the two were used to predict vote choice in the 2006 midterm elections. Individual-level data were provided by the 2006 Cooperative Congressional Election Study and incumbent immigration records were provided by NumbersUSA.

Results
This analysis found little or no evidence suggesting that Latino voters are less likely to support Republican incumbents with anti-immigration records. There was evidence suggesting that vote choice among non-Hispanic whites was influenced by incumbent records on immigration, but the effect varied according to the respondent’s own views on immigration.

Conclusion
This study found no evidence that incumbent Republicans could increase their share of the Latino vote by embracing less restrictive immigration policies. In fact, doing so may cost them votes among non-Hispanic whites.

Then refer them to CNN’s racial voting bloc calculator and ask them to do their homework by plugging in Hawley’s research results; and test the theory that Republicans can win elections, even in the short term, by liberalizing immigration.

After you have done that send this comment, or your version of it, to your acquaintances.

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Posted by Leon Haller on January 28, 2013, 05:22 PM | #

Thorn,

I’m sure you’re right, but who cares? This treason amnesty is not inevitable! If Obama had pursued this in the first half of his first term, perhaps it would have been. But the GOP controls the House, and thus it can be defeated.

What are you telling all your family and friends to do about it? What are you going to do about it?

This is it. This is the end of OUR America. Literally. We know the USA is doomed - but not necessarily until several decades hence. But if this amnesty goes through, our nation will be not only racially, but literally economically, unlivable by the mid-2020s.

This is like the “Mandela Moment” in South Africa. They had a chance to save themselves - and they flaked out (no other word for it). What will we do?

James Bowery,

Yes, I endorse your approach @13, although I’m not sure I would even get too racial with them. Just mention that this amnesty will do to the entire country what mass immigration has already done to the GOP in CA, and that if they don’t oppose it, you will financially support any Tea Party primary opponent they might face.

Bottom line is that people must get active and COMPLAIN to their representatives. Sounding off on the internet is useless.

I doubt I will be leaving any more comments here or anywhere for a while, as all my free blogger/activist time going forward will be devoted to contacting ALL GOP Congressmen and making the same financial threats (though in reality I can only follow through on this with a few of them - but I will give $1000 or more to any 2016 TP challenger to Marco Rubio, the biggest turncoat since, well, Colin Powell ... love how these minorities put race first over the Republican whites who built their worthless careers ...).

BTW, this confirms something I’ve said at MR for a long time: who really cares about all these ‘metapolitical’ issues? They’re fine to discuss after dinner or over a beer, but really the racial struggle is first and foremost a demographic-electoral struggle to end immigration. I keep advocating that this should be the “nationalist minimum” that everyone, even in Europe, should be focused on. We can have the most perfect theory, but if we’re already colonized and conquered, what will be its practical effect? I don’t understand why my view isn’t the merest commonsense.

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Posted by Thorn on January 28, 2013, 06:44 PM | #

Leon,

I hate to say it but Amnesty 2.0 is for all intents and purposes being implemented as we speak.

Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA)


On June 15, 2012, President Obama signed a memo calling for deferred action for certain undocumented young people who came to the U.S. as children and have pursued education or military service here.  Applications under the program which is called Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (“DACA”) begin on August 15, 2012.

http://immigrationequality.org/issues/immigration-basics/daca/

Unfortunately calling my congressman won’t do any good given the fact my congressman is Sander Levin. My Senators are Debbie Stabenow and Carl Levin—no help there either. Michigan is 77% non-Hispanic whites and Mi 12th congressional district is 75% white and this is what a majority of them vote for. Go figure.

PS,

If you have the time I encourage you to check out the link I provided @ 12. It’s very informative. For example: I learned illegal aliens were still filing applications for amnesty as late as Dec. 2012 under provisions set forth by The Immigration Reform and Control Act (IRCA) ...which, of course, was signed in 1986.

If a new amnesty is signed into law, we can be assured this will only encourage more illegal immigration thus setting up another amnesty 10 years from now. Ground hog day indeed!

PPS,

I no longer have any illusions that America can be restored or salvaged. It’s ovah. Or as Lawrence Auster says: “It’s their country now.”

 

 

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Posted by Thorn on January 28, 2013, 07:09 PM | #

Latest Fox News poll:

66% of Americans favor a path to citizenship for illegal immigrants.

http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2013/01/28/fox-news-poll-66-percent-favor-path-to-citizenship-for-illegal-immigrants-with/

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“It’s their country now.”

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Posted by James Bowery on January 28, 2013, 07:40 PM | #

Fox News does play a key role in setting the bounds of “respectable conservatism” which means Jewish-defined conservatism:  Invade the world, invite the world, in hoc to the world.

They’ve been working diligently to destroy America and this “poll” is no exception.  They don’t publish any scientific details that would allow others to replicate their findings, unlike George Hawley.

The very phrase “a path to citizenship” is so broad as to include deporting illegals so they can “get in line for citizenship” behind everyone else who didn’t break the law.  That’s still a “path to citizenship”.

Their poll concerned a path to citizenship “with conditions” that are hinted at by listing some conditions that may or may not have been agreed to by any or all of those “in favor” of a “path to citizenship”.

From that foxnews.com article:

Majorities of Republicans (56 percent), independents (69 percent) and Democrats (74 percent) believe the government should allow a path to citizenship, as do majorities of whites (63 percent) and non-whites (75 percent).

Fox’s main purpose of this poll is to provide Republican representatives who are feeling pressure fro the RNC and the House “leadership”, with an excuse to tell their constituents to go f**k themselves.  It is only secondarily to support the Jewish-defined conservatism they already push.

 

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Posted by Thorn on January 28, 2013, 07:56 PM | #

Re the truth about “path to citizenship”:

Won’t Get Fooled Again

By Mark Krikorian, January 28, 2013


This latest iteration of the decade-old amnesty con contains the same old “back of the line” baloney as its predecessors. In other words, illegal immigrants will supposedly not be able to cut ahead of those who didn’t break the law. But, of course, that’s nonsense, because the only line they might have to wait in is the line for an actual green card. They will receive nominally provisional immigration status as soon as they submit an application — and with that the right to get a work card, a Social Security number (to replace the one they stole from a legal resident), and a driver’s license. Once they have that, what difference would a green card make?

more:


http://cis.org/krikorian/won’t-get-fooled-again

 

 

 

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Posted by Leon Haller on January 28, 2013, 11:25 PM | #

And we call ourselves men? white men?!

Have none heard of Thermopylae ... Valley Forge ... Rork’e Drift ...

We are called upon to exert ourselves to the fullest, soldiers, in this political battle to preserve something of America! Can we at least mimic with words what our forebears achieved with arms?

This amnesty is EASILY DEFEATABLE!

This is no time for SHIRKERS!

The f———GOP controls the f———House of Representatives! They number 45 in the Senate (meaning the evil Democrats do not have a filibuster-proof majority). 

If enough Republicans threaten their Reps with “Teabagging”, they will get the f———message, and they will vote against amnesty. Republican politicians are cowards, not “principled” haters of whites. I mean, WTF is so hard about this to grasp?! They really do think that if they just suck up to the Mexicans, the GOP will win more victories.

It is up to us and no one else to let them know how wrong they are.

There is no spirit, no heart, no fight left in the West ... Just metapolitical musings and nostalgic whining ...

Man the f—- up, “men”!

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Posted by Leon Haller on January 28, 2013, 11:26 PM | #

typo: that was “Rorke’s Drift” above (better proofing needed)

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Posted by Thorn on January 29, 2013, 07:47 AM | #

I admire your fighting spirit, Leon, but amnesty is going to happen sooner or later. All indications is it will happen sooner. I say that because all the powers that be are aligning on the side of amnesty. Even Fox News (as Bowery pointed out) is fabricating poling data designed to make it appear that a significant majority of Americans are in agreement with those pushing for a “path to citizenship” (read:amnesty) . When Fox is complicit in the process of manipulating amnesty opponents into compliance, it’s a good indication the ruling class is ready to make its move and make sure Comprehensive Immigration Reform (CIR) is implemented.

Congressional Leaders Voice their Support for Amnesty

Pro-amnesty congressional leaders continue to echo President Obama’s calls for comprehensive immigration reform legislation that includes amnesty for illegal aliens. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV), who has previously said he will refuse to consider an immigration bill that lacks a pathway to citizenship, last week issued an official list of his top ten policy objectives for the new session of Congress. (Las Vegas Sun, Jan. 18, 2013; see also Roll Call, Jan. 22, 2013) “Comprehensive Immigration Reform” ranked number one. (Roll Call, Jan. 22, 2013)

Sen. Rubio (R-FL) also continued his campaign for amnesty last week during an appearance on the Mark Levin radio show. (See Mark Levin Recording, Jan. 23, 2013) As described, his proposal—like Harry Reid’s and previous amnesty bills in the past—includes a pathway to citizenship for the roughly 11 million illegal aliens in the United States. (Id.; see also FAIR Legislative Update , Jan. 22, 2013)

Not surprisingly, pro-amnesty Congressional leaders in the Republican-controlled House have also aligned themselves with Sens. Harry Reid and Marco Rubio. House Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) told a group last week that “we’re going to have to deal with [immigration]” and expressed support for the “Gang of Eight,” a bipartisan group of Senators in charge of drafting immigration reform legislation including a pathway to citizenship. (The Hill, Jan. 26, 2013) “I think they basically have an agreement,” Boehner said. (Id.) “I don’t know all the pitfalls in it, but it’s in my view, the right group of members….My theory was, if these folks could work this out, it’d be a big step in the right direction.” (Id.)

During an interview last week, former Vice Presidential nominee Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI) mentioned immigration as an issue where Republicans and Democrats can work together. (Wall Street Journal, Jan. 23, 2013) “I’ve long believed in immigration reform,” Rep. Ryan said, “and I think there are other Republicans who do so as well.” (Id.) The week prior, Rep. Ryan voiced his support for the “principles [Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL) has] outlined.” (Huffington Post, Jan. 14, 2013)

Off Capitol Hill, more Republican leaders are jumping on the amnesty bandwagon, voicing support for proposals like that of Sen. Rubio. Last weekend, former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice urged Congress to “get comprehensive immigration reform back on the agenda” on CBS’ “Face the Nation.” (National Review, Jan. 20, 2013) Rice, who specifically named Rubio as a Republican leader on the issue, insisted that comprehensive immigration reform would give the Republican Party the “broad appeal” that it needed. (Id.; see also FOX News, Jan. 21, 2013)

Former Florida Governor Jeb Bush also weighed in with an Op-Ed in the Wall Street Journal, supporting amnesty and advocating for the DREAM Act. “The U.S. must find a fair way to deal with its 11 million illegal immigrants,” he wrote. “Crossing the border illegally must have consequences. At the same time, we must recognize that children who were brought here illegally have committed no crime and in most instances know no other country.” (Wall Street Journal, Jan. 24, 2013)

Senate Judiciary Chairman Patrick Leahy (D-VT) has indicated his committee will begin hearings on immigration legislation in February. (Sen. Leahy Press Release, Jan. 16, 2013)

source:

http://www.fairus.org/legislative-updates/legislative-update-january-28-2013

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Posted by James Bowery on January 29, 2013, 08:02 AM | #

Leon, clearly the amnesty is defeatable and it takes so little effort to look up one’s Representative’s phone number and/or contact email and send a link to Hawley’s study that there is no excuse for anyone reading these messages to not take that simple step out of a matter of principle even if they strongly suspect (ie: “believe”) that amnesty is inevitable.

Here’s the problem:

Hardly anyone actually is reading these messages.

I’ve already sent queries to VDARE writers asking them to review my suggested course of action and point to any non-501c3 organizations (ie: PACs etc) that are, or could be, coordinating efforts like this.

I have gotten no response as yet but I’m going to keep trying.

How about you?

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Posted by James Bowery on January 29, 2013, 08:04 AM | #

Thorn, that amnesty is “inevitable sooner or later” means what in terms of immediate priorities?

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Posted by Thorn on January 29, 2013, 08:13 AM | #

Given what Arie Perliger’s is teaching in West Point, what are we to make of this?:

Machine gun fire [blanks] from military helicopters flying over downtown Miami Fl.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ri9ioCbqJCU&feature=player_embedded

and its companion story:

Army drill scares residents on Houston’s south side

http://abclocal.go.com/ktrk/story?section=news/local&id=8971311

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Posted by Thorn on January 29, 2013, 08:16 AM | #

Thorn, that amnesty is “inevitable sooner or later” means what in terms of immediate priorities?

I’m not sure I understand your question. Can you clarify or be more specific?

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Posted by James Bowery on January 29, 2013, 08:58 AM | #

There are those of us who are suggesting immediate action regarding the US House of Representatives (and, in my case, RNC members).  Other actions may be more urgent.  The choice of which action is always subject to priorities.

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Posted by Thorn on January 29, 2013, 09:29 AM | #

From my long term POV it really dosen’t matter if amnesty is ever granted or not granted to the illegals.  I say that because the reality is the U.S. Government is not—repeat: NOT!—going to deport the estimated 11 to 12 million illegal aliens (the real number is probably much higher). In the mean time, these illegals are reproducing like rabbits and their offspring automatically becomes American citizens. Add LEGAL immigration to the equation and over time, the same result will occur even if amnesty is defeated. With Amnesty implemented, AmeriKWA will implode in 15 years. Without amnesty it will implode in 20 years. IOWs even if we stop amnesty in its tracks, we will eventually arrive at the same conclusion: the dispossession of whites—it’s just of matter of time as to how soon we get there.

Immigration, Reconsidered
By Selwyn Duke


While the Obama administration has chosen the southern side in the Mexican-Arizonan border war, most Americans stand with their countrymen. They are troubled by the strain illegals place on services, the drugs and thugs moving north, and blue-collar job prospects moving south. Then there is another factor: the political and cultural one. 


It’s well known that, should amnesty be granted to the 12 to 30 million illegals living among us, Barack Obama and his fellow travelers would capture virtually all their votes. Moreover, given the illegals’ allegiance to their homelands and today’s multiculturalist message, it’s clear that even if they do learn English, “assimilation” won’t be high on their vocabulary list. Thus, amnesty not only would radically transform the political landscape, but it would also constitute a cultural tsunami. Even pundit Bill O’Reilly recognizes this, saying a couple of years ago (I’m paraphrasing), “If all the illegal aliens are granted amnesty, America will change culturally almost overnight.” 


But is the focus on illegal migration excessive?


What do I mean? Well, how about this proposal: What if instead of granting amnesty in one fell swoop, we did so incrementally, say, to 20 percent of illegals a year for the next five years? That would still have the same ill effects, you say? OK, how about one million illegals a year until the job is done? I can hear it now: “Whoa, Duke, all you’re proposing is to trade a knife through the heart for a death by a thousand cuts. A bad idea implemented more slowly is still a bad idea. And illegal means illegal.” But wait—if Congress passed an amnesty plan, it wouldn’t be illegal.


And neither would the individuals thus made citizens.


Now I can hear some thunder, “Are you nuts?! This simply makes it a death by a thousand legal cuts! A bad idea implemented legally is still a bad idea!” Well, guess what.


I agree with you.


You see, a death by a thousand legal cuts is not actually my position. Rather, if you’re the average conservative American, it’s yours. And what I put forth wasn’t actually a proposal. Rather, it was a reality. It’s called legal immigration. 

read more>>

http://www.americanthinker.com/2010/07/immigration_reconsidered.html

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Posted by James Bowery on January 29, 2013, 03:15 PM | #

Nonsense.  Any of a variety of things could challenge the status quo including, of course the application of fifth generation warfare to simply shut down the beast which, in the perception-mutilation of the ADL and SPLC—hence the US government as exemplified in the main post—is lumped under the heading “far right domestic terror”.  Fifth generation warfare is simple to pull off: Based on the plausible promise of sortocracy, just cut off the supply lines to the cities—analogous to blocking trade with countries like Iraq—and the immigrants lose their Alpha of State protection as the government loses legitimacy and collapses.  The moment that happens, the immigrants bolt for the door along with all the others who are exercising tyrannical power over America under the Alpha of State’s protection.

So what you’re really saying by implication of your failure to respond to my question—is that something like a fifth generation warfare cut off off urban supplies is in order.

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Posted by Thorn on January 29, 2013, 03:33 PM | #

Marco Rubio was on Rush Limbaugh’s show today explaining his version of “immigration reform” (which is no different than McCain/Kennedy 2007 version: essentially it extends a path to citizenship for virtually all the illegals). No surprise there; but what’s most noteworthy is El Rushbo all but COMPLETELY jumped on board with Rubio’s plan. For all practical purposes, the King of Talk Radio is supporting what McCain/Kennedy proposed in 2007!

Ironically, the only thing that stands in the way of amnesty is Obama. All parties agree on the terms on granting “a path to citizenship” however the argument/debate has shifted: Obama wants to keep the Southern border relatively unsecured whilst the bipartisan commission wants to secure it before “a path to citizenship” program is implemented.

And why wouldn’t Obama want to keep the Southern border open? Answer: he does. Afterall the invasion is gaining steam again. Last year (2012) credible estimates put the number of new illegals aliens that crossed the border then successfully eluded arrest at 800,000. What better way to bring down America than to allow this invasion to continue?


http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2013/jan/29/arrests-signal-9-percent-jump-illegal-immigration/

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Posted by Thorn on January 29, 2013, 03:55 PM | #

So what you’re really saying by implication of your failure to respond to my question—is that something like a fifth generation warfare cut off off urban supplies is in order.

I think the seeds of modern-liberalism will definitely sow its own destruction. When the implosion happens, we need to be prepared to pick up the pieces and rebuild or build a Euro-centric state or White Zion as Leon terms it. As it stands now, the only question is how long can can the Fed keep propping up this house of cards? How many more tricks does it have up its sleeve? I’m constantly amazed how creative they are in keeping this economy from collapse. But the Chinese and EU are starting to complain about the debasing of the dollar.

China Just Threatened a Currency War if the Fed Doesn’t Stop Printing

Submitted by Phoenix Capital Research on 01/29/2013 10:41 -0500


The tension between Central Banks that we noted yesterday continues to worsen. This time it was China and the EU, not just Germany, that fired warning shots at the US Fed.

A senior Chinese official said on Friday that the United States should cut back on printing money to stimulate its economy if the world is to have confidence in the dollar.

Asked whether he was worried about the dollar, the chairman of China’s sovereign wealth fund, the China Investment Corporation, Jin Liqun, told the World Economic Forum in Davos: “I am a little bit worried.”

“There will be no winners in currency wars. But it is important for a central bank that the money goes to the right place,” Li said.

Speaking at the same session, French Finance Minister Pierre Moscovici voiced concern that the euro was becoming overvalued as a result of quantitative easing and other stimulus actions taken by other nations’ central banks.

“Certainly, the level of the euro is high and creates some problem,” he said, attributing the single currency’s recent gains partly to the return of confidence created by the European Central Bank and euro zone governments in starting to overcome Europe’s debt crisis.

http://www.reuters.com/article/2013/01/25/us-davos-currencies-idUSBRE90O10620130125

So first Germany begins pulling its Gold reserves from the US, and now China and the EU are saying publicly that the Fed’s policies are damaging confidence in the US Dollar.

This does not bode well for the financial system. The primary role of Central Banks is to maintain confidence in the system. If the Central Banks begin to turn on one another it is only a matter of time before the system breaks down.

Remember, every time the Fed debases the US Dollar it forces the Euro and other currencies higher, hurting those countries’ exports. The Fed has recently announced it will be printing $85 billion every month until employment reaches 6.5% (obviously the Fed is ignoring the mountains of data that indicate QE doesn’t create jobs).

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Posted by Thorn on January 30, 2013, 08:34 AM | #

Oh,  and BTW, even though I do think the treason lobby will continue their treasonous activities (and get away with it), I ask everyone to use the tools at NumbersUSA to file a protest against treasonous amnesty/immigration policies with your senators and congressman.

Just click on the TAKE ACTION tab. The process is practically effortless and only takes a couple minutes from start to finish.

https://www.numbersusa.com/content/

PS,

Pass it on.

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Posted by Firepower on January 31, 2013, 10:23 AM | #

A West Point seriously implementing doctrines of Perligers who never engage in actual combat of any type anywhere…is the seat of impotent military strategy.

Which, is what we’ve seen for decades.
Those who defeated two great powers in WW2 declined into stalemate (I’m being kind) in Vietnam and ultimate failure since then.

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Posted by Thorn the mediocre on February 01, 2013, 01:26 PM | #

Be careful what you say, how you say it, and whom you say it to… and as always, CYA.

In Amerika Law No Longer Exists: The Extermination Of Truth

By Paul Craig Roberts

http://www.vdare.com/articles/in-amerika-law-no-longer-exists-the-extermination-of-truth

“The United States is a nation of laws: badly written and randomly enforced.”—Frank Zappa  

 

 

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Posted by Thorn on February 01, 2013, 01:53 PM | #

Interesting Bit of History - Tennessee after WWII

“The Battle of Athens (sometimes called the McMinn County War) was a rebellion led by citizens in Athens and Etowah, Tennessee, United States, against the local government in August 1946. The citizens, including some World War II veterans, accused the local officials of political corruption and voter intimidation. The event is sometimes cited by firearms ownership advocates as an example of the value of the Second Amendment in combating tyranny.”

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_Athens_(1946)


This movie clip lasts less than fourteen minutes and is well worth the time.


The Battle of Athens: Restoring the Rule of Law

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U5ut6yPrObw

 

 

 

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Posted by James Bowery on February 01, 2013, 02:18 PM | #

Congressman John Doe,

You need heavy artillery in the immigration battle this year.  I’m giving it to you now.  Use it relentlessly in the House battle.

The best scientific evidence available contradicts the conventional wisdom regarding the impact of immigration liberalization on Republican prospects with Hispanic voters.  Quoting from the research paper “Issue Voting and Immigration: Do Restrictionist Policies Cost Congressional Republicans Votes?” authored by U of Houston political scientist George Hawley:

“Objective
I test the hypothesis that Latino voters were less likely to support Republican incumbents with strong anti-immigration records in the 2006 congressional elections in comparison to Republicans with less restrictive records. I also test whether non-Hispanic white voters were similarly sensitive to incumbent immigration records when determining vote choice.
...
Conclusion
This study found no evidence that incumbent Republicans could increase their share of the Latino vote by embracing less restrictive immigration policies. In fact, doing so may cost them votes among non-Hispanic whites.”

http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/ssqu.12000/abstract

How can it be that an underemployed guy sitting in the middle of the cornfields, like yours truly, can do his homework on immigration and electoral politics, yet the Republican leadership cannot?  Or have they?

If they have done their homework on immigration and electoral politics then ask them for me, please:  “Why are you risking lower turnout from your base in the next election cycle just so you can do to the US hat has already been done to California?  Are you working for the Democratic Party?  If not, who are you _really_ working for?”

Sincerely,

James Bowery,
Delegate to the Iowa State Republican Convention 2012 from the 5th Congressional District

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Posted by Suburban_elk on February 01, 2013, 02:35 PM | #

Accountability is a big word.

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Posted by Lapidarian on February 01, 2013, 02:39 PM | #

Suburban_elk
aka d_taber_minneapolis

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Posted by Lapidarian on February 01, 2013, 02:46 PM | #

An obscure blog, what the hell.

Dylan Taber.

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Posted by Thorn on February 01, 2013, 03:39 PM | #

I can’t believe the G.O.P. is so stupid that they actually think they will ingratiate themselves with Hispanic voters by pushing for amnesty. I say that given the fact that so many experts, including Heather MacDonald, wrote pieces explaining why backing an amnesty policy would not increase the G.O.P.‘s share of the Hispanic vote. Not one bit. Moreover Heather MacDonald’s piece wasn’t hidden away somewhere; it was published in the NRO, a magazine read by all GOP pols, strategists and pundits.

Why Hispanics Don’t Vote for Republicans


By Heather Mac Donald

November 7, 2012 12:20 P.M.

http://www.nationalreview.com/corner/332916/why-hispanics-dont-vote-republicans-heather-mac-donald

Again, I can’t believe the Repblicans are that stupid. All I can figure is allot of money must be changing hands behind the scenes….and allot of threats an intimidation is being dealt out too…by the usual suspects.

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