Category Archives: Immigration

Pope Francis To Cross Mexican Border In Solidarity With Illegal Aliens

“The Roman empire did not die any differently, though, it’s true, more slowly, whereas this time we can expect a more sudden conflagration … Christian charity will prove itself powerless. The times will be cruel.” — Jean Raspail, The Camp … Continue reading

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40,000 Join PEGIDA March Against Immigration In Germany

I know that I am wasting my breath here (prepare to be sidetracked into all the points on which we differ from PEGIDA), but if we had 40,000 angry people marching through the streets in this country, we would be … Continue reading

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Paris Terrorist Attack

Do you remember the time that angry Muslim slashed the throat of Dutch filmmaker Theo van Gogh in the Netherlands in 2004? Here’s the latest example from France of what happens when Third World immigration, multiculturalism, and creeping Islamization collide with … Continue reading

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PEGIDA

Over the past month, I have been quietly watching the growing protest movement against the Islamization of Germany that has emerged in Dresden. More than 17,000 Germans recently turned out at a PEGIDA demonstration – Patriotic Europeans Against The Islamization … Continue reading

Posted in Activism, Europe, Germany, Immigration, Politics, Race Relations | 39 Comments

The Obama Amnesty

I wish I had something more substantial to say in response to the Obama amnesty. Instead, I will just say that nothing has changed over the past year: there’s no chance the system will ever be reformed, you are wasting … Continue reading

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Live Thread: The Amnesty

Obama is supposed to be announcing the amnesty on television tonight at 7 PM CST. Note: In other news, it is my birthday.

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The Amnesty, Etc.

In the US system, even if you win the election, you lose. The system cannot be reformed. #secede Note: See also the federal judges who recently struck down gay marriage bans in Missouri and South Carolina plus Obama’s latest post-election … Continue reading

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Cartersville & Calhoun, GA Demonstrations

SNN has coverage of the League of the South’s demonstrations in Cartersville and Calhoun, GA. This included a hostile confrontation with several MS-13 gang members who were told to go back to Central America. Note: I’m told there were about … Continue reading

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Ebola In Texas

The League of the South is going to need some new signs if this outbreak begins to spread … how about “Ebola Kills Southern Workers”? Note: In case you have forgotten (we haven’t), it was recently proven that AIDS was … Continue reading

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Apopka Immigration Hurts Florida Workers Demonstration

Editor’s Note: I counted 20 people on our side in Apopka. More had planned to come but were deterred by the bad weather which didn’t clear up until around noon. It looked for a while like we were finally going … Continue reading

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