Pat Buchanan on Judicial Monarchy

I agree with the point Pat Buchanan is making here, but I dislike Pat’s characterization of the problem as a “judicial monarchy.”

To my knowledge, no monarch in human history, even the Neros and Caligulas (or even fictional caricatures like King Joffrey Baratheon), ever decreed anything as silly as “gay marriage.” It’s unfair to lay “gay marriage” at the doorstep of King George III. Rather, this is the bitter fruit of the proposition nation that the American Founders built on “self-evident truth” that “all men are created equal.”

Note: It’s no coincidence that all the Western countries which are in the throes of cultural decline and demographic suicide are liberal democracies. That’s the inevitable outcome of the republican form of government.

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Yankee Pride

This Yankee in California is fed up with illegal immigration:

Note: A new Gallup poll shows that the number of Americans who say that illegal immigration is the most important issue in the country is spiking to a near all time high and Westerners are the most concerned about the issue.

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Oracle Protesters Turn Back Illegal Alien Buses

I’m noticing a trend here … the Bundy Ranch, Murrieta, CA and now Oracle, AZ. Instead of putting their faith in their “elected representatives,” White people in the Southwest are starting to stand up to the federal government themselves. They are having some success with this and their actions are inspiring others elsewhere:

“Protesters waved “Return to Sender” signs, shoved a group of mariachi musicians and waited for a bus of immigrant children that the local sheriff told them would arrive. At one point, they briefly halted a bus before realizing it was carrying children from a YMCA.

The bus of Central American children never arrived, ending a day of protest in a small Arizona town that drew more than 100 people on both sides of the immigration debate. …”

Sen. Jeff Sessions, my elected representative, had this to say in an open letter which was hand delivered to every member of the US Congress:

“The action the President is reportedly contemplating would be a nullification of the Immigration and National Act by the Executive Branch of government. Indeed, it would be an executive nullification of our borders as an enforceable national boundary. By declaring whole classes of illegal immigrants beyond the reach of the law, it would remove the moral authority needed to enforce any immigration law, creating the very open-borders policy explicitly rejected by Congress and the people. And it would guarantee that the current illegal immigration disaster would only further worsen and destabilize.”

He’s right, of course, but powerless to do anything to stop the “executive nullification” of our borders. Federal judges and executives who refuse to enforce the law have destroyed any possibility of reforming the system through legislative means.

Note: The important thing here is that this needs to spread. A coalition of anti-illegal immigration groups has planned a “National Day of Protesting Against Immigration Reform, Amnesty, & Border Surge” on July 18 to July 19. The League of the South is not sponsoring this effort, but it might be worth checking out.

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Ain’t That America: Thor Is Now a Woman

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Well, the Green Lantern came out of the closet last summer, so why not give Thor a sex change and show us some grrl power? The new Thor is a tranny who wields Mjölnir to bust  through gender stereotypes and the glass ceiling of American comic book heroes!

All I can say is … Ain’t That America.

Note: In related news, comic book icon Archie Andrews will die taking a bullet for his gay best friend, which will put an end to his 76 year run.

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The Data of Hate

Here’s an interesting analysis of Stormfront members by the New York Times.

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Billionaires Lament Failure of Comprehensive Immigration Reform

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Warren Buffett, Bill Gates, and Sheldon Adelson have published a joint editorial in the New York Times lamenting the failure of the House to pass Marco Rubio’s comprehensive amnesty bill which is dead until the next session of Congress.

“AMERICAN citizens are paying 535 people to take care of the legislative needs of the country. We are getting shortchanged. …”

Imagine an unlimited supply of cheap labor coolies from places like India and China displacing even “high tech workers” in Silicon Valley:

“A “talented graduate” reform was included in a bill that the Senate approved last year by a 68-to-32 vote. It would remove the worldwide cap on the number of visas that could be awarded to legal immigrants who had earned a graduate degree in science, technology, engineering or mathematics from an accredited institution of higher education in the United States, provided they had an offer of employment.”

Mark Zuckerberg poured millions into media buys in Republican districts to push “comprehensive immigration reform.” George Soros has spent more than $100 million dollars on pro-amnesty front groups. Michael Bloomberg, who is worth $27 billion dollars, is a strong supporter of “comprehensive immigration reform.” Last month, Rupert Murdoch wrote an editorial in the Wall Street Journal called “Immigration Reform Can’t Wait,” and Sheldon Adelson wrote an editorial in Politico after Eric Cantor’s defeat in Virginia. The Koch Brothers have long supported amnesty for illegal aliens.

Whether Left or Right, Republican or Democrat, Jew or Gentile, the billionaires in this country – the “1 percent” who rule the American oligarchy - overwhelmingly support amnesty for illegal aliens. The GOP establishment, the Obama administration, the Left, the SPLC, and the “1 percent” are on the same side of this issue.

Are they are on your side?

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Creative Loafing: Georgia Should “End” All Confederate Memorials

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Last November, I organized a protest of the removal of the Tom Watson statue from the grounds of the Georgia State Capitol in Atlanta.

Gov. Nathan Deal said at the time that the removal of the Watson statue was only “a safety issue” and that it needed to be moved due to renovations on the steps on that side of the Capitol. In March, the Republican-controlled Georgia state legislature passed a measure sponsored by Rep. Tyrone Brooks to erect a statue to Martin Luther King, Jr. on the grounds of the Georgia State Capitol.

Gov. Deal signed that bill into law in May. Rep. Tyrone Brooks of the Georgia Association of Black Elected Officials, who orchestrated both the removal of the Tom Watson statue and the erection of the new Martin Luther King, Jr. statue, was indicted by a federal grand jury on 30 counts of mail, wire, and tax fraud.

When the Tom Watson statue was being removed, I was asked by Joeff Davis, a reporter from Creative Loafing, why the League of the South and Council of Conservative Citizens had organized the protest. I compared the removal of the Tom Watson statue to the destruction of Buddhist monuments by the Taliban in Afghanistan.

Joeff Davis showed up at the Tom Watson protest and interviewed several of us for a documentary he was making about the story. At the time, I elaborated at length on why we were opposed to the removal of the Watson statue, and I repeatedly said that it was another step down a slippery slope in a broader campaign of cultural genocide that would incite further attacks on Southern and Confederate monuments.

I remember standing there at the Georgia State Capitol and explaining to Davis that we would be back to defend the remaining Confederate monuments:

“From Confederate Memorial Day to streets named for Ku Klux Klan founders, the state of Georgia should pull the plug on its official support of Confederacy celebrations, say two Valdosta activists in a recent open letter to Gov. Nathan Deal and the entire General Assembly. …

The letter is the brainchild of Mark Patrick George, a Valdosta State University sociologist who runs a project studying a local lynching spree of the early 1900s, and the Rev. Floyd Rose of the Lowndes/Valdosta chapter of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference.

“We contact you today to respectfully call for an end to the state of Georgia’s endorsement, promotion and support of all Confederate holidays, events, and its management of historic sites and monuments related to the Confederacy. We also call for an immediate change to all state roads and highways currently named for Confederate leaders,” says the letter, sent on June 23.

Who is Mark Patrick George (mpgeorge@valdosta.edu)?

“Dr. George is an activist sociologist who teaches courses in Race/Class/Gender, Sexuality, and Masculinity Studies. His scholarly attention and community organizing work focuses on antiracist, antisexist, and anti-heterosexist initiatives in the deep South. In addition to his academic pursuits, he serves as the Coordinator for the Mary Turner Project and the Education Committee Chairperson for the Lowndes/Valdosta Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC). In his spare time he enjoys gardening, cooking, making documentary films, and canoeing.”

Here’s an excerpt from Mark Patrick George’s “On The Ground: Struggles and Lessons of Antiracism Work”:

“The fact that oppressions are not only interconnected but overlap and fuel one another is not going away on its own, nor will the fact that many of us are oppressive and destructive because of the sexism, heterosexism, classism, racism, and other “isms” we live out as we do our change work. Therefore, it may be time for us to acknowledge that although we may be oppressed along one social category we can simultaneously be oppressive if we enjoy class, male, Christian, and heterosexual social privilege …

It’s about changing the belief that difference is deviant, something threatening, and something to be feared and squashed. In fact, change efforts typically make the case that this practice drives the oppressive systems we want to change, whether we talk about it in terms of Eurocentricity, monoculturalism, patriarchy, heterosexism, or class exploitation.”

At its core, the opposition is driven by an anti-White, anti-Southern, and anti-Christian animus, which causes leftists to lash out in rage at Confederate monuments. In Mark Patrick George’s case, he is also anti-male, anti-heterosexual, and anti-middle class, which is all part of the same “oppressive system” he “wants to change.”

Note: “Racism” is a bogus sin which was conjured into existence by twentieth century leftists and popularized in the 1930s. Several other examples are mentioned by George here such as Eurocentricity, heterosexism, classism, sexism, and monoculturalism. Among our other failings, see also nativism and xenophobia.

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Australian Woman Who Married a Bridge Celebrates One Year Anniversary

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All you need is love:

‘I have struggled this year – coming back to Australia without him was tough, in particular the sense of displacement, from building a life on the other side of the world that I hoped we could live together,’ Ms Rose wrote.

‘To facing my family and friends with only a conceptual husband, who can’t leave the banks of his river home. Trying to figure out how – and indeed if – I can fit back into Australian culture, or if I will find my place in this country again. …”

The moral of the story: there are no limits to concepts like “equal rights” and “marriage equality” which demonizes and destroys the ability of any society to distinguish, or “discriminate,” between the normal and the absurd.

Note: On a more serious note, a judge in Australia has decided that incest should no longer be taboo, an academic conference in the UK has concluded that pedophilia is natural and normal for males, and a federal judge in Utah has weakened that state’s ban on polygamy. The Huffington Post thinks “polyamory” might be the answer to your dating woes.

In Canada, the Canadian Supreme Court recently legalized prostitution for violating the rights of prostitutes to free expression, and the New York Times published an article called “What It Takes To Legalize Sex Work.” In Denmark, the Danish parliament has passed a law that forces churches to conduct “gay marriages.”

In the long term, you can have either the restraint on the sex drive that exists under a traditional Christian moral order, which channels sex into natalism and heterosexual monogamy, or you can have an Americanized liberal democracy, which elevates the “liberty” and “equality” of the individual above all other values.

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Ain’t That America: Obama Shoes

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In this farce of a country, illegal aliens are showing up on the Mexican border wearing Obama shoes as they trample America’s laws:

Note: Is this the greatest country in the world or is it the flophouse of the Third World complete with soccer balls, teddy bears, and hot meals?

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The Cost of the Union: Federal Judge Strikes Down Colorado Gay Marriage Ban

I’ve already explained at length why the average citizen no longer has any “voice” under the American system of government. The system that exists is anti-White, anti-Southern, anti-Christian, and anti-conservative. There is a logic to the way it unfolds that is purely destructive to everything we value.

You can’t be pro-American and pro-White, pro-South, pro-Christian, and pro-conservative without a conflict of interest. As long as the American system of government holds sway, the only fate awaiting people like us is certain doom.

Americanism has poisoned our culture.

Note: See the previous posts on Utah, Oklahoma, Texas, Idaho, Oregon, Kentucky, Virginia, Wisconsin, Michigan, Indiana, Ohio, and Pennsylvania.

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