The Mafia Is Muscling In On The Refugee Racket In Italy. But The Refugee Racket Is ALREADY A Mafia

“Michael thought about his father’s organization. If it continued to prosper it would grow into what had happened here on this island, so cancerous that it would destroy the whole country. Sicily was already a land of ghosts, its men emigrating to every other country on earth to be able to earn their bread, or simply to escape being murdered for exercising their political and economic freedoms” —The Godfather, Chapter 23

Many immigration patriots or members of the Alt-Right began as libertarians, or may even still describe themselves as such. [ Libertarians wrestle with the alt-right, By David Weigel, Washington Post, August 24, 2017] And one thing that can be said about libertarians: they are constantly discussing first principles—What is the role of the state? What is its purpose? And in the end, is it anything other than a protection racket, or a Mafia?

Of course, the move to the right usually comes when a libertarian starts to seriously consider questions of demographics, culture, ethnicity and immigration. After all, “property” is simply borders on a small scale.

If a government does not enforce national borders, that government ceases to fulfill its function as a guardian of the collective property rights of the entire community. Instead, it simply functions as a parasite, capturing wealth and redistributing it to the “connected.” It becomes a criminal syndicate. And when the government is directly funding mass immigration, it is in essence operating no differently than a criminal gang flooding a community with drugs, destroying the larger society in order to increase private wealth for a very few. Read more >>

John Derbyshire On Homonationalism, Heteronationalism, And Alabama’s Roy Moore—American Original

The Germans have a word for it: "homonationalism"—polls suggest support among homosexuals for the immigration-patriot AfD party is higher than among Germans at large, basically because of gay-bashing by Merkel-imported Muslim “refugees.” [ The gay men turning to the far right in Germany, By Atika Shubert, Nadine Schmidt and Judith Vonberg, CNN, September 14, 2017] We’ll see: There's a federal election coming up in Germany tomorrow, Sunday September 24th. Meanwhile, here's a guy who won't be signing on to homonationalism any time soon: Roy Moore, former Chief Justice of Alabama, and a candidate for election Tuesday September 26 in that state. Whatever else you can say about Moore, he is an American original. I hope he does well.

Tuesday's election is a Republican Party primary. You'll recall that U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions was junior senator from Alabama until being plucked from that position to be Trump's A-G in February this year. That left an empty seat in the Senate, so Alabama's then-Governor appointed his state A-G, Luther Strange, to fill the seat.

Jeff Sessions' Senate term ran to January 2021, though. Four years is a long time for Mr. Strange to sit in the Senate without having been elected, so there'll be an election for this Senate seat December 12th.

So far, so good: a special election for this Senate seat in December, so the parties need candidates to run in that election, one Democrat and one Republican.

There were primaries last month to decide the candidates. A chap named Doug Jones, a bland center-Left type, won the Democrat primary. For the Republicans, there's to be a runoff between two guys: that's the election next Tuesday, a runoff primary to decide the GOP candidate.

Luther Strange, the current Senator, is of course one of the candidates. The other is the aforementioned Roy Moore, the one I started off by saying will never be described as a homonationalist.

Moore is a piece of work, a little bit of Americana. His moment of fame--his aristeia, the Greeks would have said--came in November 2003, when he was Chief Justice of the Alabama state Supreme Court. He had installed a massive granite monument inscribed with the Ten Commandments in the state judicial building in Montgomery. A federal judge ordered him to remove it. Moore refused, and was himself removed from office. Read more >>

John Derbyshire: Trump’s UN Speech A Pleasant Surprise—Especially On Immigration, Refugees

Adapted from the September 22 Radio Derb, available exclusively on

President Trump opened his address to the United Nations General Assembly this week with a gracious tribute to those foreign leaders who had offered help with America’s recent hurricane and flood disasters. (No doubt these were connected somehow with the activities of the Trump administration. Don't laugh: It was an article of faith in imperial China that natural disasters were a reflection of disorder in the human world. Those of you who have read the greatest novel ever written about China, Tibet, Wall Street, Buddhism, and Italian Opera will know that this belief can by no means be dismissed as a mere archaic superstition).

Then Trump gave a comprehensive survey of the foreign scene. I was pleasantly surprised to find that my own response was less negative than most. And his hints on immigration and refugees were positively welcome.

I was inclined to negativity, being a U.N.-hater. My ideal of a speech by a U.S. President to the U.N. would be one announcing, in as few words as possible, our withdrawal from the whole U.N. circus and the revocation of all diplomatic privileges for U.N. employees, with those who are not U.S. citizens being placed under 24-hour deportation orders.

The U.N. is an archaism. It accomplishes nothing that could not be done just as well with traditional diplomacy, brought up-to-date by online conferencing services. The typical U.N. functionary is the nephew or mistress of some banana republic dictator-of-the-week, with a high school education and a lavish expense account. These people do nothing useful. To the contrary, they are a nuisance to the inhabitants of Manhattan.

The whole thing needs to be scrapped, or at least moved to some location where its pointlessness is more in concord with its immediate surroundings: Haiti, perhaps, or Brussels, alongside the European Union headquarters. Read more >>

The Fulford File | KUSA’s Rittiman Queried Tom Tancredo On And Border Patrol Corruption—Claims To Want...

In a recent interview, KUSA Colorado interviewer Brandon Rittiman asks former Rep. Tom Tancredo (thinking of running for Governor of Colorado)
[W]hy he’s so vocal in his support of VDARE, a group that acts as a platform for white supremacists.

He disputes that characterization, so we went over a few headlines and quotes from VDARE’s website such as “Baylor Football’s Black Rape Culture” and “Saboteurs Even In The Border Patrol–Are They Hispanic?” and “Do We Need More Hispanics?” -- a VDARE article that argues we don’t in part because “Hispanics who manage to stay in school do as poorly as blacks.” [ Links very much added by me]

Balance of Power: Tancredo for governor?

By Brandon Rittiman, KUSA, September 17, 2017

(Tom, who is on the VDARE Foundation’s Board, has defended us against the cancellation of our Colorado Springs conference, a repression of debate that naturally doesn’t bother Rittiman at all).

Still, Rittiman [Email him] is more enterprising than most reporters—he actually read our site, doing a site search, he says in the interview, for words like “white” or “black.” Most reporters just copy and paste what the SPLC says—and SPLC never includes links to the originals. Read more >>

Pat Buchanan: Trump—American Gaullist

See also For What It’s Worth, Trump Great On Immigration, Refugees At U.N. Today, by Peter Brimelow

If a U.S. president calls an adversary "Rocket Man ... on a mission to suicide," and warns his nation may be "totally destroyed," other ideas in his Read more >>
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