The Invasion

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Behold the spectacle:

- In California, the US federal government is bringing in federal agents with riot gear to protect the illegal aliens that are being bused into Murrieta, CA from the protesters waving American flags who are trying to defend their community from an invasion.

- In Texas, the US federal government is handling the invasion by dropping off illegal aliens at Greyhound bus stations and giving them free bus tickets paid for by the US taxpayer to travel anywhere they want to go in America.

Now let’s jog your memory:

- In 1986, President Ronald Reagan signed the IRCA amnesty into law which legalized three million illegal aliens and inspired millions of more illegal aliens to cross the Mexican border.

- In 1996, the Republican-controlled US Congress passed the Immigration Act of 1996 which stated that “immigrants unlawfully present in the United States for 180 days but less than 365 days must remain outside the United States for three years unless they obtain a pardon. If they are in the United States for 365 days or more, they must stay outside the United States for ten years unless they obtain a waiver.”

George W. Bush was elected president in 2000 and 2004 and failed to force the existing immigration laws during the eight years while he was in office. 

- In 2006, the Republican-controlled US Congress passed the Secure Fence Act, which was supposed to build a physical double layered fence along the Mexican border. The border fence was never completed.

- In desperation, Arizona, Alabama, Georgia, and South Carolina passed laws in 2010 and 2011 which attempted to deter illegal aliens from settling in those states. The Obama administration sued all four states to protect illegal aliens and the Republican-controlled Supreme Court decided in Arizona v. United States in 2012 to gut Arizona’s immigration law and crush appeals from the Southern states.

- In 2012, Obama issued an executive order which implemented the DREAM Act which had been repeatedly defeated in Congress, and which is the immediate cause of the rumors in Central America that has inspired the present invasion.

Just the other day, Obama announced that he is going to issue a new executive order which will implement amnesty for millions of more illegal aliens because Congress refused to pass “comprehensive immigration reform.”

What are you going to do now?

Reform our immigration system? It is already against the law for illegal aliens to be present in the United States for more than 18o days. Build a border fence? The border fence was supposed to have been built years ago. Take action at the local and state level? The federal courts have gutted everything from Prop 187 to Arizona’s immigration law. Defeat amnesty for illegal aliens in Congress? You won every battle. Elect a Republican president? Republican presidents are controlled by the US Chamber of Commerce and conspire to weaken enforcement of immigration laws.

What do you do when you the federal government brings in thugs in riot gear to defend the invaders from the people of the states? How do you respond to the federal government using the law as a means to plunder you to reward foreign lawbreakers?

Well, you can either submit to the despotism, or you can revolt against it. Take your choice. There’s no third option.

Note: If you choose to revolt, you might want to stop waving the federal flag. Why do you wave the flag of your enemy? It’s not your country. It’s their country now.

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  • Anon

    More busing.

  • Logan Smith

    “Well, you can either submit to the despotism, or you can revolt against it. Take your choice. There’s no third option.”

    Damned straight!

  • Afterthought

    Just putting my ear to the ground, I hear rumblings. Not sure how they are going to manifest, but a lot of folk on the right are in a cantankerous mood. If the Dems win again in 2016, then 2017 would be the flashpoint as decent whites give up on America en masse.

    It is hard to let go of America, because it was so good. Unfortunately, our forebearers traded it in for an Empire. Like all empires, it requires partnerships with elites of the conquered, and before you know it the lines between our elites and theirs is gone.

  • Henry Higgins

    Excellent article Brad.

    How do we revolt? To do so mustn’t there be some notion of what we’re trying to install in place of what we have now?

  • http://countenance.wordpress.com/ Question Diversity

    “If the Dems win again in 2017″

    And if they don’t, if Jeb Bush becomes the next President, we can all breathe a lot easier. We’re saved.

    (Insert laugh tracks here)

  • Ted Cunterblast

    Fed riot quads arriving in SoCal tomorrow to crush (murder?) Americans protesting Central American insurgents.

  • Jim Richardson

    The Don’t Tread on Me types, need to do what they did on Cliven Bundy’s ranch. If they do it and succeed, it will spread.

  • JohntheSecond

    I can’t for the life of me understand any white man who volunteers to be a soldier for this rotten empire.

  • Afterthought

    That would be a worst case scenario, yes.

    I’m trying to think positive here.

  • Afterthought

    They don’t want to be homeless and broke on the street?

    In the days of family farms, things were different.

  • Afterthought

    In computer programming there is this concept of a “fork” where you take what you already have as a point of departure for future changes.

    The key is separation. We can work out the minutiae later.

  • Logan Smith

    Don’t even joke about that. Go and knock on some wood, for God’s sake.

  • Logan Smith

    Why not join the police force or fire station? There’s plenty of things a strong man can do, that doesn’t require conquering foreign lands for an empire.

  • BobWhitakerisokay

    Camp of the Saints.

  • Stephen Dalton

    I hope the tipping point comes soon, and I hope it’s in favor of people like us, or we’re doomed to disposition.

  • Jim Richardson

    True. I was just on a Breitbart thread posting the Mantra and oh boy, did that upset the patriotard RINOs over there. I was being a big bad wascally wacist they shrieked.

    Rainbows… Rainbows everywhere!

  • Afterthought

    There are 500,000 opening in the police and fire departments right now? Because that is the active duty force size.

    I’m just trying to point out why people do what they do. Only about 5 to 10% were into the whole empire thing, the rest were there for financial reasons.

  • TJ

    Police are tools and enablers of tyrants. pretty much worthless actually. By the time you need one it’s too late. You’re more likely to be victimized by one.

  • http://www.awpn.net/ Celestial Time

    “He that lives upon hope will die fasting.”

    —Benjamin Franklin

  • TexWood

    Afterthought, “If the Dems win again in 2016, then 2017 would be the flashpoint as decent whites give up on America en masse.”

    Question Diversity, “And if they don’t, if Jeb Bush becomes the next President, we can all breathe a lot easier. We’re saved.”

    Question Diversity, you miss the point. It’s not that things would ACTUALLY BE better under Jeb Bush or some neo-con. But to the masses, the lemmings you work and went to high school with. To them, normal, decent white folks the point remains valid; Bush republican is us…..”liberal” democrat is them; football team mentality. If liberal democrat s elected again, back to back, then look for that flashpoint. A very valid point indeed.

  • Afterthought

    I want to applaud these whites for using practical politics to solve problems rather than electoral politics.

    2014: the most racially polarized election in US history.

  • http://countenance.wordpress.com/ Question Diversity

    Even the “yay red team” people I know, most of those are co-workers, really don’t want yet another Bush.

  • http://countenance.wordpress.com/ Question Diversity

    There’s a salient point in that, and it sorta goes back to the mild contretemps that Jack Ryan and I had on his Cliven Bundy thread.

    People who defended Bundy are now also doing what they can to defend the border from the flood of Hispanics.

    What this means is that they didn’t believe Cliven Bundy’s own rather quaint and old fashioned and plain ole wrong opinions about Hispanics.

    And what that means in turn is that Cliven Bundy’s remarks on Hispanics are irrelevant, even though they were still wrong.

  • Logan Smith

    I think that a lot of “tea party” type conservatives are or have become disillusioned with the Republican party, due to their dis-honourable ways of winning elections.

  • Stephen Dalton

    Ben Franklin was wrong CT. Read I Corinthians 13.

  • Omen

    The key to overcoming that is to fight offensively. Instead of defending against charges of racism, go on the attack – and there is plenty to attack. Call them baby killers for supporting Hussein’s illegal drone program. Call them imperialist scum for sending “advisors” to Iraq. Call them facists for ignoring the law…call them tyrants for overthrowing Ukraine’s government. They’ll be too busy defending themselves to attack you. And if they do, the people will ignore it based on the logic that fair is fair.

    They key is to fight fire with even more fight. Destroy them before they can destroy you. Attack them first and often. Stop fighting with one hand behind your back. Take the gloves off.

  • Joe V.

    If radical left wingers were to be trolling this site posing as lunatic fringe right wingers, they would be impossible to distinguish from the real McCoys.

    Love or hate the US, it’s not an ‘empire’. Anyone saying this is either engaging in left wing agitprop or is a useful idiot of those that do. None of you have a clue as to what an empire is; the US sure as hell ain’t one. The US has gotten involved in conflicts abroad which it really should not have and people can debate the motives and influences based in how they political biases cause them to interpret events but none of the US military adventures abroad have had anything to do with imperialism. The only US wars which could be reasonably construed as imperialist would be the Mexican War and Spanish-American War.

  • http://www.awpn.net/ Celestial Time

    Really? Go ask some of the older White Nationalists and other pro-Whites how long they’ve been hoping for a tipping point or the Big Awakening. Hope is nothing more than failed ambition. You’re gonna have to get your hands dirty and work your ass off in order conquer and stay ahead of people who are doing a hell of a lot more than just hoping for your demise.

  • Nevsky

    Sometimes it seems like the patriotards on Breitbart get it, and then they publish an article “proving” that Hispanics are becoming conservative in Texas and how Texas will forever remain a red state, and all the borderhawks began singing kumbaya in the comments.

  • Sam

    More traitors!

    HHS Bankrolled Catholic and Baptist Church from 2010 to 2013 to Prepare for Obama’s 2014 Invasion!

    http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/3179022/posts

    A month or two ago news broke that Obama’s HHS was calling for private contractors to help transport illegal aliens throughout the interior United States. What made this already big news even bigger is the fact that the original call for proposals came out in January, long before the bulk of the illegal alien surge began.

    The breaking news you’re about to read is ten times bigger, because the following proves the Obama administration was bankrolling America’s churches back in 2010. And the tens of millions were flowing in to prepare for the invasion currently underway.

    The following is a small taste of what’s out there in grant records. This is just the tip of the iceberg, folks.

    Between Dec 2010 and Nov 2013, the Catholic Charities Diocese of Galveston received $15,549,078 in federal grants from Health & Human Services for “Unaccompanied Alien Children Project” with a program description of “Refugee and Entry Assistance.”

    Last year, the Catholic Charities Diocese of Fort Worth received $350,000 from Department of Homeland Security for “citizenship and education training” with a program description of “citizenship and immigration services.”

    Between September 2010 and September 2013, the Catholic Charities of Dallas received $823,658 from the Department of Homeland Security for “Citizenship Education Training” for “refugee and entrant assistance.”

    From Dec 2012 to January 2014, Baptist Child & Family Services received $62,111,126 in federal grants from Health & Human Services for “Unaccompanied Alien Children Program.”

  • Stephen Dalton

    What bitterly ironic about these grants is the Catholic Church is being hounded because Catholic medical institutions won’t give money for contraceptive, and the Baptists have always demanded strict separation of church and state. Yet both of these groups are receiving money from the FedGov to aid these so-called immigrants. Both groups need to get off the federal dole now, and stop aiding and abetting the destruction of our country!

  • Stephen Dalton

    CT, all the hard work won’t be effective until the tipping point comes.