Saturday Forum

A Pennsylvania Reader
Re-Reads Alien Nation And Finds It “Timely” And
“Important”; etc.

From:

 Jason
Brown

Years ago as a college student I read

Peter Brimelow`s 
Alien Nation
[Now available as a free
download

here
].
I enjoyed its content, moved by his
compelling arguments, and overall I thought it held a
timely prediction for things to come. Then I promptly
forgot about it and moved on with life after
graduation. 

With the current developments regarding immigration,
I reread the book. It remains timely and very, very
important. That

Senator Edward Kennedy
would reappear with the same
old stories regarding why we should have more and more

unrestricted immigration
is frankly very chilling. 

My only regret is that Alien Nation has not
been updated to account for 2007 realities. The
pro-immigration forces might try to say that Brimelow`s
book was written some time ago and that`s all "water
under the bridge
".  But recent facts and figures
about immigration would expose the endless
mindless rhetoric
of perpetual immigration. 

Unlike

1965
, today there is a real opportunity to hear both
sides on immigration policies. Thanks in part to

talk radio
and informed websites like VDARE.COM the
details about the risks for America on unconstrained
open borders are spelled out.

Keep up the good work and please continue to inform
us about the problems of unlimited immigration.

[PermaLink] [Top]
[Letters Home]

An Australian Reader Says
The U.S. And His Country Are Walking Down The Same
Disastrous Path Paved By Immigration

From:


RD 

Like the United States,

Australia
is also rapidly degenerating into a mere
cohabitating space for the world`s tribes.

Australian culture and national identity are
disappearing under the weight of unremittingly high
levels of non-Western immigration. Mass immigration from
Asian countries, in particular, has the most profound
impact.

Most notably, it is the "overseas Chinese"
who have emerged in recent decades as one of the largest
and

most ethnocentric migrant
groups in

Australia
.

In the United States and Canada, Australia`s rapidly
growing Chinese immigrant population has been accused of
spying for Beijing. Several years ago, a high-profile
Chinese defector warned that Beijing was using its "overseas
Chinese
" spy rings in Australia to turn the country
into a political colony of China. Read these two stories
for more details

here
and

here
.

Australia risks turning into a Chinese colony not
only politically but also demographically. For China,
losing 20 million people to Australia would hardly be
noticed. However, for Australia, such an influx would be
enough to completely overwhelm Australia`s founding
European-descended majority.

Considering the presently high levels of

Chinese immigration into Australia
, such a scenario
is not unrealistic.

In 1996,

nativist
Australian politician

Pauline Hanson
warned that

Australia
was "in danger of being swamped by
Asians
".


Hanson
was immediately vilified as a "racist"
and a "xenophobe".  Yet, considering the
presently high levels of Chinese and

other Asian immigration into Australia
, such a
scenario is not unrealistic.

If the Chinese were asked whether they have a right
to oppose mass immigration on such a scale that it would
fundamentally alter their nation`s ethnic and cultural
makeup, its “No” answer would be unequivocally
clear.

However, Australians are told they must accept this
Asian immigration deluge or else face the same level of
intense vituperation directed against

Ms. Hanson
a decade ago.


RD is an
undergraduate student from Adelaide, South Australia.


A second generation
Australian, he supports a return to an official
assimilation policy.


[PermaLink] [Top]
[Letters Home]



A
California Reader Says Illegal Aliens Have Ruined The
Job Market and Health Care For Her Children

From:

Daun Dunlap  [e-mail
her
]

Re: Don Collins` Column:

Contemplating Son of S. 1348, A Democrat Broods About
His Party`s Symbol

As a native and a

California
resident, I realize more than most of the
nation the vastness of the illegal immigration problem.

Even our most well educated children have trouble
finding jobs that were

at one time available to most high school graduates.

They cannot get restaurant jobs in local restaurants
because, although they are honors students in Latin,
they

cannot speak Spanish
.

Two nearby hotels, the Ritz-Carlton and the St. Regis,
rejected their applications. It is easier for hotels to
hire low-paid Mexicans

Our family owns a small

construction company
and we do not hire illegal
aliens. Therefore we are underbid for a lot of jobs
including

government contract work. 

The irony is that the job always costs the customer more
because it is done improperly and the actual costs end
up well over the bid.

And the worst, at a recent

emergency room
crisis our son was unable to get the
attention he needed because

nurses
were busy tending to anchor babies with
colds. These services are free to aliens. We, on the
other hand, pay $1,000 a month for

insurance
.

I`ve

witnessed
the impact of open borders for too many
years not to know the truth about the dangers of our
current immigration policies.


Dunlap is a controller
for an electrical engineering contractor. She lives in
southern California.

[PermaLink]
[Top]
[Letters Home]

A Southwest Reader and
Professional Translator Agrees That Aliens Won`t Learn
English

From:

Tiburcio

Re: Joe Guzzardi`s Column:

Can`t Learn Or Won`t Learn? Either Way, Aliens Won`t
Be Speaking English


I just read Guzzardi`s
column and wanted to comment that Mexicans have a hard
time with their own language as well as English. 


I interpret for

Spanish-speaking participants
in unemployment
appeals hearings.  Many of those who write in to request
a hearing cannot even spell Spanish correctly, writing
things like "
Llo voy a querer una audencia, por
que lla hase muncho tiempo que no recivo nada." 
(Translation of the mangled sentence: “I am going to
want an interview because for a long time I have not
received anything.”
)


The corker is asking
them to say and spell their names, which seems like
asking them to voluntarily have a

molar extracted
without Novocain. They can`t
conceive of the concept of "
deletrear"
(“
spelling“) so someone
will say MA-NUEL GAR-CI-A very slowly in syllables and
think they`ve spelled their name.  Many of them don`t
even know that each letter in Spanish has its own name,
and will try to spell their names with just the sounds,
such as MUH AH NNN U E LLL.


With examples like
that how can

their children
have a high regard for any kind of
education? 


This country is in big
trouble when the illegal aliens who demand their

"rights" are

illiterate even in their native language.

[PermaLink]
[Top]
[Letters Home]

A Missouri Reader Says
Resentment Is The Primary Reason Aliens Won`t Learn
English

From:

James Zikes

The primary reason

Mexican adults
cannot master a moderate ability to
converse in English is their well-internalized
resentment.

Mexican immigrants today, illegal or legal, object
to learning English because they have been pumped full
of

Mestizo supremacy
and

Reconquista ideology
, telling them that America is
their rightful land.

But it is not their rightful land. Their ancestors
and mine fought the

Mexican-American War
and they lost.

I would like to learn a foreign language but I
guarantee it won`t be Spanish. I oppose the idea that I
should learn Spanish just because the aliens are
invading our country.


Zikes is an
electronic technician.

[PermaLink]
[Top]
[Letters Home]

A Reader Questions Randall
Burns` Take On The Brain Drain

From:

A Reader

Re: Randall Burns` Blog:

A Reader Asks About Balkanization And Brain Drain

Why
in the world is Burns suggesting the US fund and staff
programs designed to help the

high-IQ
individuals of foreign hellholes?

I
quote:


"The

`brain
drain`
issue
is
a real one. It is sad that in today`s world, many
talented people would rather accept menial employment in
a highly developed country than skilled employment in
their own countries. Part of the issue there is the

corrupt nature
of many poorer countries. Such
countries often don`t create attractive social and
economic niches for many types of talented people.

Is
he suggesting that we go through the trouble and expense
of removing illegal aliens for the costs they impose on
us, only to incur other costs and expenses by making
sure their home countries are better places to live?

Trying to make the world a better place is why we have
this immigration problem in the first place. It is time
that we shut the economic, political and social door on
the

rest of the world
. It is time for us to stop
supporting to rest of the world and to let it fall to
its appropriate level. If that creates more death,
disease and overall misery, then fine. I don`t care
anymore.

Randall Burns
replies: I don`t think a "damn the world" approach will get a sensible immigration policy. If specific groups in the Third World need to be compensated with the wealth of America`s corrupt elite to get a sane immigration policy, so be it."

[PermaLink]
[Top]
[Letters Home]