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Tucker Carlson delivers a very clear statement of the facts on his Fox News show:

Tucker Carlson: The truth about demographic change and why Democrats want it

Native-born Americans of every race and class are being systematically disenfranchised. We need to start talking about it
By Tucker Carlson | Fox News

Last week, we said something on television that the usual chorus of hyperaggressive liars is now pretending was somehow highly controversial. Ordinarily, we’d ignore all of this. Once you’ve been denounced as a White supremacist for quoting Martin Luther King Jr., you realize such criticism is all just all another form of social control. Honestly, who cares what they think?

But in this one case, we thought it might be worth pausing to restate the original point, both because it was true and worth saying, and also because America badly needs a national conversation about it.

On Thursday:

Now, I know that the left and all the little gatekeepers on Twitter become literally hysterical if you use the term “replacement,” if you suggest that the Democratic Party is trying to replace the current electorate, the voters now casting ballots, with new people, more obedient voters from the Third World. But they become hysterical because that’s what’s happening, actually. …

So this matters on a bunch of different levels. But on the most basic level, it’s a voting rights question. In a democracy, one person equals one vote. If you change the population, you dilute the political power of the people who live there. So every time they import a new voter, I’d become disenfranchized as a current voter. So I don’t understand. I mean, every wants to make a racial issue out of it. “Oh, the White replacement.” No, no, no. This is a voting rights question. I have less political power because they’re importing a brand new electorate. Why should I sit back and take that? The power that I have as an American, guaranteed at birth, is one man, one vote, and they’re diluting it. No, they’re not allowed to do that. Why are we putting up with this?

At least one prediction came true right away, all those little gatekeepers on Twitter did become hysterical. They’ve spent the last four days jumping up and down furiously, trying once again to pull the show off the air. Once again, they will fail, though it is amusing to see them keep at it. (They get so enraged. It’s a riot.)

But why all the anger? If someone says something you think is wrong, is your first instinct to hurt them? Probably not. Normal people don’t respond that way. If you hear something you think is incorrect, you try to correct it. But getting the facts right is hardly the point of this exercise. The point is to prevent unauthorized conversations from starting in the first place. “Shut up, racist! No more questions!” You’ve heard that before.

You wonder how much longer they imagine Americans are going to go along with this; an entire country forced to lie about everything all the time. It can’t go on forever, but you can see why they’re trying it.

Demographic change is the key to the Democratic Party’s political ambitions. Let’s say that again for emphasis, because it is the secret to the entire immigration debate: Demographic change is the key to the Democratic Party’s political ambitions. In order to win and maintain power. Democrats plan to change the population of the country. They’re no longer trying to win you over with their program. They’re obviously not trying to improve your life. They don’t even really care about your vote anymore. Their goal is to make you irrelevant.

That is provably true. And because it’s true, it drives them absolutely crazy when you say it out loud. A hurt dog barks. They scream about how noting the obvious is immoral, that you’re a racist if you dare to repeat things that they themselves proudly say. Most people go along with this absurd standard and dutifully shut up; they don’t think they have a choice. But no matter what they’re allowed to say in public, everyone understands the truth: When you change who votes, you change who wins. That fact has nothing inherently to do with race or nationality. It’s the nature of democracy. It is always true. You can watch it happen for yourself and you probably have.

… Mass immigration increases the power of the Democratic Party, period. That’s the reason Democrats support it. It’s the only reason. If two hundred thousand immigrants from Poland showed up at our southern border tomorrow, Kamala Harris wouldn’t promise them health care. Why? Simple: Poles tend to vote Republican. That’s the difference. Democrats would deport those migrants immediately. No hand-wringing about how we’re a nation of immigrants. Hundreds of thousands of likely Republican voters massing in Tijuana would qualify as a national crisis. We’d have a border wall by Wednesday.

For Democrats, the point of immigration is not to show compassion to refugees, much less improve our country. It’s definitely not about racial justice. Mass immigration hurts African-Americans, perhaps more than anyone else. Immigration is a means to electoral advantage. It is about power. More Democratic voters mean more power for Democratic politicians. That’s the signature lesson of the state of California.

Between 1948 and 1992, the state of California voted for exactly one Democratic presidential candidate.

To be more clear about the phrasing, in the ten presidential elections from 1952 through 1988, LBJ in 1964 was the only Democrat to carry California.

The streak ended in 1992, before the Proposition 187 election of 1994 that is always blamed for Republican troubles. Note that the Republicans usually won by fairly narrow margins, and in 7 of those 10 races they had two California superstars, Nixon or Reagan, on the ticket. But still …

… Analysis of the 2012 presidential election, for example, showed that if you lived in the state of California in 1980, you probably still voted Republican. Your views hadn’t really changed. But as your state swelled with foreign voters, your views became irrelevant. Your political power, the power to control your own life, disappeared with the arrival of new people who diluted your vote. That was the whole point.

That’s not democracy, it’s cheating. Imagine watching a football game where one team decides to start the third quarter with an extra 40 players on the field. Would you consider that fair play? The Democratic Party did something very much like that in the state of California. They rigged the game with more people. They packed the electorate. As a result, Americans who grew up in California lost their most basic right in a democracy, the right to have their votes count.

… You’ve heard a lot lately about the necessity of Black political power. In California, that power is evaporating due to mass immigration. …

The left becomes unhinged if you point out that American voters are being replaced by Democratic Party loyalists from other countries. You’re absolutely not allowed to say that, but they’re allowed to say that. And they do. They say it all the time. They’ve done studies on it, written long books about it, talked about it endlessly on television, often in the ugliest racial terms. They’re not ashamed at all, they don’t think they have to be ashamed. In the fall of 2018, a columnist for The New York Times wrote a piece that was literally entitled “We Can Replace Them”. …

… It’s shocking if you think about it, and that’s why you’re not allowed to think about it. Thinking about what Kamala Harris is planning, Kamala Harris herself would like you to know, is deeply reprehensible and an affront to our values. In other words, submit to our scheme or you’re immoral.

If you heard prominent people talk like this in any other country, you’d be confused. A nation’s leadership class admitting they hope to replace their own citizens seems grotesque. If you believed in democracy, you would work to protect the potency of every citizen’s vote, obviously. You wonder if people even debate questions like this in countries that don’t hate themselves, like Japan or South Korea or Israel.

Go to the Anti-Defamation League’s (ADL) website sometime if you’d like a glimpse of what an unvarnished conversation about a country’s national interest might look like. In a short essay posted to the site, the ADL explains why the state of Israel should not allow more Arabs to become citizens with voting rights:

“With historically high birth rates among the Palestinians and a possible influx of Palestinian refugees and their descendants now living around the world,” the ADL explains, “Jews would quickly be a minority within a bi-national state, thus likely ending any semblance of equal representation and protections. In this situation, the Jewish population would be increasingly politically — and potentially physically — vulnerable.

“It is unrealistic and unacceptable,” the ADL continues, “to expect the State of Israel to voluntarily subvert its own sovereign existence and nationalist identity and become a vulnerable minority within what was once its own territory.”

Now, from Israel’s perspective, this makes perfect sense. Why would any democratic nation make its own citizens less powerful? Isn’t that the deepest betrayal of all? In the words of the ADL, why would a government subvert its own sovereign existence? Good question. Maybe ADL President Jonathan Greenblatt will join “Tucker Carlson Tonight” some time to explain and tell us whether that same principle applies to the United States. Most Americans believe it does. Unfortunately, most Americans don’t have a say in the matter.

Most Americans aren’t even allowed to have the conversation. … The leaders making these changes have no sympathy for their victims. They blame the country for its own suffering. You always hate the people you hurt.

That’s all true. Every honest person knows that it’s true. As long as we’re here, we’re going to keep saying it out loud.

This article is adapted from Tucker Carlson’s opening commentary on the April 12, 2021 edition of “Tucker Carlson Tonight.”

This is not to say that you would never agree to dilute the value of your vote by admitting immigrants: As I pointed out in 2005, I think of the issue as much like corporate management issuing new stock:

When I was getting an MBA many years ago, I was the favorite of an acerbic old Corporate Finance professor because I could be counted on to blurt out in class all the stupid misconceptions to which students are prone.

One day he asked: “If you were running a publicly traded company, would it be acceptable for you to create new stock and sell it for less than it was worth?”

“Sure,” I confidently announced. “Our duty is to maximize our stockholders’ wealth, and while selling the stock for less than its worth would harm our current shareholders, it would benefit our new shareholders who buy the underpriced stock, so it all comes out in the wash. Right?”

“Wrong!” He thundered. “Your obligation is to your current stockholders, not to somebody who might buy the stock in the future.”

That same logic applies to the valuable right of being an American citizen and living in America.

The Democrats are like a crooked corporate management conspiring with outsiders to boost their power by selling their allies stock too cheap, thus defrauding the current shareholders.

I’d like to someday see what Tucker could do with making that analogy comprehensible.

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  1. “Truth is not a defense”.

    • Replies: @Richard B
  2. I think we just find our next president.

    Tucker 2024!!!!!

  3. Moses says:

    It will be interesting to see how this unfolds.

    ADL will go all out to smear and destroy Tucker.

    Das ist verboten to notice that Whites are being replaced by 3rd world Blacks and Browns, and also verboten to notice that said Blacks and Browns vote 9:1 for Dems.

    Race matters.

    There’s good reasons the 3rd world is mostly a sh*thole — the people there made it so.

  4. anonymous[390] • Disclaimer says:

    You are way too kind Steve. We all know very well Tucker is grabbing this from you. At least this time he isn’t copying word for word like has before.

    “Instead, the dilution of the voting power of American citizens is praised lavishly…”

    https://www.takimag.com/article/rigging_elections_steve_sailer/#axzz4NUm1LZD7

    “Your political power, the power to control your own life, disappeared with the arrival of new people who diluted your vote. That was the whole point.”

    • Agree: L. Guapo
  5. On Monday, Jonathan Greenblatt of the ADL was still whining about Tucker’s show from last Thursday on Twitter. He hasn’t said anything about Monday’s monologue yet. Tucker is acting inside Greenblatt’s OODA loop.

  6. Mr. Carlson has done a great job framing this as a non-racial issue. His point about immigration and blacks has been made by the VDare folks for years and is a good point. Maybe Tucker has even convinced himself that race is not a factor in this issue, that it’s just about the dilution of good Americans of all races/ethnicities’ votes.*

    However, “the Poles”? Really? I don’t agree. They may be white as can be, and the ex-East-Bloc factor may have given them a slightly more conservative bent. Most of the people from Europe I’ve met over the years, whether immigrants or visitors, lean lefty Socialist. You’ve got your occasional John Derbyshire’s and Mark Steyn’s, but they are a minority. Most are like our commenter Jonathan Mason here – quick to come over for the (formerly) much-greater economic freedom, yet quick to point out what we are doing wrong and vote for MORE Government Healthcare!, MORE Socialism, LESS guns, so we can be more like the “rest of the developed world”, as with that wonderful NHS in the place they left.

    Fuck ’em all. Shut the doors.

    Yet, at the end there, Mr. Carlson pointed out the ADL and Jewish-left’s hypocrisy just as you told him to, Steve. He’s aware enough to have seen this on his own, of course, but I wonder if he read your post.

    Great job, Tucker!

    .

    * along with the 2nd half of it, the Big-Biz push for the cheap labor, and then the real impetus, IMO, for all of this by the elites, the crushing of the White middle class to prevent competition and end any remaining political power of it.

  7. Why does he claim that the support of the immigrants for the Democratic Party would be “the only reason they support it” (my italics)? – Pure rhetoric? – Don’t shy away from oversimplifying your message as long as it helps to get it across?

  8. notsaying says:

    I don’t agree with Tucker Carlson about certain things but sometimes he is absolutely right and is even inspiring by saying things other people don’t.

    This is one of those times. Good for him.

    I hope he keeps bringing this topic up. I suspect the people who disagree with him will squeal tomorrow and then go silent. They don’t want to call attention to this obvious but mostly ignored phenomenon.

    There is also a business aspect to pumping up the immigration numbers; among other things, GDP goes up and businesses get new customers who spend more money. But the people already here have to live with greater costs for housing and more competition for jobs and other negatives that always get ignored. The Democratic and Republicans business owners and stockholders and landlords also work very hard to get the government to keep immigration numbers high. I wish Tucker would call them out, too.

  9. Lol!

    1. The United States is a democracy.

    2. Over the centuries, immigrants have almost totally replaced the indigenous population.

    3. Economic growth demands a growing population.

    4. The Republican party is failing to sufficiently adjust its policies to appeal to a changing electorate.

    5. The analogy of issuing stock is false on numerous counts, the most important would be that the the executives of the company would probably be holders on the current stock themselves having obtained stock which is issued cheaply to THEM as a performance incentive. Companies issue new stock so as to be able to expand the business, but they also buy back stock so as to increase the earnings per share.

    6. The Republicans want to reduce the franchise by making it more difficult to vote. This is the equivalent of buying back stock. However a democracy is not simply a profit making enterprise, and restricting the franchise will not increase the overall wealth and happiness of the entire population. Perhaps they would now like to increase the voting age to 35?

    7. Democracy requires that at any time approximately half the population allows itself to be governed by a a political party that it did not vote for.

    8. The Republicans have had control of the House, Senate, Supreme Court, and the White House within the last 4 years with such disastrous results that a record number of voters turned out in November to give them the boot.

    9. Tucker Carlson is an amusing polemicist who has a certain knack for reading off a teleprompter in an impassioned way. His success at this has made him rather rich, and his experience of life is no longer the same as the average working American voter.

    10. The Republicans veer strongly towards representing the interests of large corporations, rather than representing human needs as a whole in a balanced way.

  10. kihowi says:

    Conservatives watch the horse disappear over the horizon and start a tentative discussion on stable doors.

  11. Twitter’s going to reach the ‘Carlson Singularity’ tonight. What an explosive speech the adage that during an era of lies truth is revolutionary comes to mind. The best part was using ADL’s support for Israel’s immigration policy to make his point. That’s broaching the holiest of holies the JQ! What a magnificent Lion Tucker is, the most interesting thing to see will be how the Republican establishment handles this megaton explosion.

    Roaar Roaar

  12. @Moses

    The ADL is jealous of its reputation as a powerful organization. I get the impression they like being seen as the modern KGB.

    If Tucker can keep his show despite their protests and even mock them along the way, that’s a big deal.

    I think it’s fair to say, Tucker went as far on this issue as any host has in the last 40 years of American TV. I can’t think of any network pundit who framed it this strongly.

  13. That was a very good commentary by Tucker Carlson. About the only thing that I would have added is that the Democrats have the connivance of the Chamber of Commerce Republicsns in implementing their replacement scheme because the migrants represent a cheaper and more docile labor force.

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
    , @AndrewR
  14. El Dato says:
    @Moses

    Let the discussion pivot to Jewish Control of the Media, you say?

    Sure the Tweets Won’t Get Through and the NYT will Truth Harder, but that’s dangerous, isn’t it?

  15. El Dato says:
    @Jonathan Mason

    Economic growth demands a growing population.

    Wrong. Economic growth comes from deeper “capital infrastructure” and energy sources, making it possible to “do more with less personally invested time while maintaining what exists”.

    The Republicans want to reduce the franchise by making it more difficult to vote. This is the equivalent of buying back stock.

    Wrong.

    “It’s so hard to vote. I have to, like, look at lists, be able to read and have Id. Muh Muh”

    Every sane country has voter ID. This has nothing to do with “buying back stock” which is akin to reducing your future leeway (cash) for immediate benefits (stock price of stock that you own and are going to dump).

  16. @JohnnyWalker123

    I think we just find our next president.

    Tucker 2024!!!!!

    How about Steve?

    Carlson
    Sailer

    or

    Sailer
    Carlson

    Not gonna happen, but send him money. Seriously, do it. He doesn’t have a multi-million-dollar TV contract, even though he is just as good.

  17. utu says:

    The whole Tucker’s write up is disingenuous. Reducing the immigration issue to partisan interests in American politics is jejune amounting to treating his audience as morons. People will detect falsity of his arguments.

    Democrats do what Republicans wish but might be too timid to voice and vice versa. Democrats do Republicans job on immigration which is what Chamber of Commerce Republicans always advocated for. In return Republicans might do Democrats job on foreign policy and help procure a war or two.

  18. @Jonathan Mason

    In regards to 10. When America gets its “like other advanced countries healthcare” many will be shocked to find they pay more money for less care.
    And the Republicans gained seats in the House during the last election.

    • Replies: @James J O'Meara
  19. Anonymous[416] • Disclaimer says:
    @Jonathan Mason

    Tucker Carlson is an amusing polemicist who has a certain knack for reading off a teleprompter in an impassioned way.

    I’m guessing you haven’t watched the show. He is at his best one-on-one with someone he vehemently disagrees with. No one, I mean no one, can slice and dice an opponent like Tucker can. Particularly great were his slicing and dicings of Max Boot and John Bolton. Boot was left sputtering like a fool. Tucker had on Bolton when there was talk of Trump picking him as NSA and Tucker tried to prevent this. Stupidly Trump went ahead and picked Bolton.

  20. @Achmed E. Newman

    Nothing wrong with socialism – capitalism has failed us. Look to China if you want to see why, or any hollowed out rural town in the South or Mid-West. I want a country that focuses all of its energy on two goals:

    (A) Does this action make our citizens less safe?
    (B) Does this action help a family on a single income be able to afford to raise three children?

    Those two pieces of the rubric is all that are necessary. Capitalism will rarely provide for meeting those goals. We should have nice things – beautiful national parks, great schools, litter-free commons, libraries and museums and statues of our accomplishments, a comfortable living to everyone willing to work for it.

    Socialism isn’t the problem – the lack of nationalism is.

  21. So what does Tucker Carlson want?

    It is only a relatively short period of time since the Republicans were in charge of all branches of government and they did not attempt to bring in new immigration legislation propose something like a moratorium on immigration for 10-years.

    President Trump desperately wanted to solve the DACA issue once and for all, but apparently he was unable to get sufficient support in Congress to achieve even that modest goal.

    https://www.npr.org/2020/07/10/889950540/trump-says-upcoming-immigration-measure-will-include-daca?t=1618313544465

  22. guest007 says:

    Of course, what is not said is how much the cheap-labor Republicans helped the Democrats change the demographics of California in the past and are helping change the demographics of Arizona, Texas, Georgia, and North Carolina today. The cheap labor Republicans want immigrants to help build housing.

    The immigrants also helped make neighborhoods unlivable for whites/Asians and thus create white/Asian flight and demand for more expensive housing in neighborhoods/cities that can “nimbyfied” against low wage immigrants (See Marin County).

    • Agree: Alden, Harry Baldwin
    • Replies: @Firefinga
    , @3g4me
  23. KenH says:

    Tucker almost knocked it out of the park last night except the real threat is the one million “legal” immigrants who arrive every year since they can vote. That’s why formerly ruby red Virginia is now blue and why other red states are purple and likely to go blue in the next 2-3 election cycles.

    Tucker seemed to be blaming illegal immigration for the change which is partly correct due to birthright citizenship but legal immigration has become an existential threat to white people and to America as it was founded.

    Either way it was heartening to see Tucker triple down on ideas the ADL doesn’t want voiced. Donald Trump probably would have cucked on this subject.

  24. TTSSYF says:
    @Jonathan Mason

    We had almost no immigration from the mid-1920s through about 1965.

    We need to take a breather from ALL immigration — legal or illegal for at least 20 years, and probably more like 50.

    • Agree: donut, beavertales, Forbes
    • Replies: @Juvenalis
  25. Spud Boy says:
    @Jonathan Mason

    “1. The United States is a democracy.”

    The United States is a democratic republic.

    I won’t even bother with the rest of your list since #1 establishes your ignorance.

    • Agree: TWS, William Badwhite
    • Replies: @J.Ross
  26. @Hateful Hornytoad

    (C) Does the action make the citizens less free?

    I guess you had to strike out (C) to get (A) and (B), huh? It’s not that I don’t agree with your (A) + (B) as goals for a nation. As goals for the government, yes (A) is one, if you’re talking control of the nation’s borders and a common defense. As for the rest*, it’s not the government’s job. Had the US government not been turned into, and let to be turned into, a huge Feral Beast over the last arguable 90 years, actual Capitalism would have been humming along just fine, as it did for the rest of our history.

    Yes, the lack of nationalism is a problem. There is a cascading effect when you have people that don’t care about the nation pushing for the importation of more people who have even less reason to be Nationalists. Additionally, 55 years of hard-core Socialism has had the dysgenic effect of producing even more irresponsible non-Nationalist Americans (people just too stupid to even understand the concepts here.)

    .

    * There is no reason all those nice things you mentioned, with the exception of the National Parks, could not be provided by private individuals and organizations, as they often have been. Great schools, hahaa! You don’t get it. Socialism does not say that YOU get to decide what you get to have, Hornytoad.

    • Replies: @AndrewR
  27. When is Tucker going to set his sights on the movement to depopulate the world by a few billion folks with the Killer Vaxxes?

    Great Replacement, Great Reap, Great Reset.

    • Troll: guest007
  28. @Dieter Kief

    He doesn’t want to go too far, Dieter. I’m just not sure if it’s because he has convinced himself that it’s just about the dilution of the votes for the D’s, or that he knows that he’d better hold back on any talk of a racial component.

    Hopefully, that’s just for now. At some point, he may say “screw it” and see if he can become a non-stupid, non-egotistic, principled version of Donald Trump. (Even then, he could leave out the anti-white racial factors in the actions of the left, but then, “screw it” – they’ll hate him either way.)

  29. It isn’t so troubling that the Democrat Party ownership is dedicated in maintaining their position through population replacement as it is that the entire Establishment (Left, Right, Libertarian, all of them) is unalterably dedicated to maintaining their position By Any Means Necessary. It is an Us against Them, with every corporate and government (redundant?) employee moving into support for the Establishment.

    Gotta replace the military as well, so if the Marines and other white boys who form the point at the tip of the spear won’t take the jab, they will be quietly discharged and replaced with wokesters. Bet on Spanish orders at the squad level when it comes time to abandon posse commitatus and bring you deplorable plebes to heel. Not too long. Not tomorrow either.

    And Tucker may believe in the words he speaks and the positions he takes, but he is a part of the game. He is a role player, necessary as a counterpoint so the Establishment can claim that all points of view are welcome. Now that Mr. Limbaugh (whom I found very entertaining for decades, but never Important) is gone, Tucker has the role. He is an actor, on a stage. All of them are. Never forget that.

    • Agree: photondancer, Spect3r
    • Replies: @The Wild Geese Howard
  30. Tucker was MIA on election fraud.

    No court has ruled that a great replacement has taken place, therefore it cannot be the case.

    • Replies: @guest007
  31. @Jonathan Mason

    How I see it from the outside.

    1. 1. The United States is a democracy.
    Debatable. I’ve heard it was supposed to be a republic. Present establishment serves rather narrow oligarchical interests than popular interests (your point no. 10)

    2. Over the centuries, immigrants have almost totally replaced the indigenous population.
    Exactly. Previous population lost land and its way of life. So, is the present population of the States obliged to suffer similar fate? If yes, why?

    3. Economic growth demands a growing population.
    Maybe. But what if this results in transferring profits from such growth to even narrower elite and immiseration of this growing population? Not to mention that life in places where population grows is simply not nice.

    4. The Republican Party is failing to sufficiently adjust its policies to appeal to a changing electorate.
    Not for lack of trying (see: “Natural conservatives” and the rest) Maybe this newcomers simply don’t see Republicans as able to serve their interests? Besides from what I’m seeing top Republicans rather like changing electorate (again point no. 10). USA simply doesn’t have a party that represents its middle class, at least on national level – where I can observe things. I don’t know how it works locally.

    The rest I don’t have opinion on, apart from no. 10, on which I strongly agree with you.

    TLDR: liquidate your pro-immigrants or you will replicate European experience with minorities and ethnic conflicts. Also: USA has gone mad.

    • Agree: TWS
  32. @Moses

    Let’s see how the left responds to the idea of letting all the White South Africans who want to move here, into the United States, with voting rights quickly following. Good luck with that. “Those are the wrong kind of African immigrants!” True, they can speak, read and write in English and have actual job skills. And they tend to go to church on Sundays!

    • Agree: Charlesz Martel
    • Thanks: Achmed E. Newman
  33. @Achmed E. Newman

    You’re both right and wrong.

    You’re right that most whites, including Poles, wouldn’t vote Republican if Republican means unrestricted neo-liberal capitalism yada yada. Cultural code of European whites is a welfare state- but for them, not for Gypsies & other coloreds.

    Who cares for Democratic or Republican “values”- if they exist at all? That’s just a smokescreen.

    The core issue is nationality anchored in race.

    Whites, if they massively immigrate in the US- are automatically on the white, European side of the Kulturkampf. They are on the side of Columbus, Jefferson, Mozart, Edison, ….

    This is primarily a culture war for the “soul of America”. It is about who is American”.

    And all other things don’t matter, as Jared Taylor had said long time ago…

    https://www.amren.com/news/2015/07/an-open-letter-to-cuckservatives/

    An Open Letter to Cuckservatives
    …………………..

    Let’s consider your principles. Do you dream of a traditional, religious, free-market society with small government, low taxes, and no gun control, where same-sex marriage is illegal, and abortion, divorce, prostitution, and illegitimacy are scorned? There are such places: the tribal areas of Pakistan and Somalia.

    And what about countries that violate your principles–with high taxes, huge government, clogged markets, a weak church, strict gun control, and sexual license of all kinds? There’s Scandinavia. And yet if you had to leave the United States you’d much rather live in Denmark than in Waziristan.

    Do you see the pattern? Even when they violate your principles, white people build good societies. Even when they abide by your principles, non-whites usually don’t.

    • Agree: Joe Magarac
    • Thanks: RadicalCenter
    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
  34. If two hundred thousand immigrants from Poland showed up at our southern border tomorrow, Kamala Harris wouldn’t promise them health care. …Poles tend to vote Republican. […] Democrats would deport those migrants immediately. […] Hundreds of thousands of likely Republican voters massing in Tijuana would qualify as a national crisis. We’d have a border wall by Wednesday.

    Okay, but what’s the downside?

  35. jb says:
    @Dieter Kief

    Yes, my primary complaint about Carlson is that he has a rhetorical tic that involves raising valid and extremely important points and then oversimplifying and overstating them for effect. I think this costs him influence with educated people who are on the fence. It bothers me and I’m already solidly on his side! For example the statement you reference could be rephrased something like this:

    Mass immigration increases the power of the Democratic Party, period. Do you think the Democrats are don’t understand this? Do you think it doesn’t enter into their calculations? If two hundred thousand immigrants from Poland…

    This hits just as hard as what he actually said, but it’s something you could defend in a debate against someone capable of remembering that two minutes ago you were talking about business interests and the Cult of Compassion as drivers of liberal enthusiasm for mass immigration.

  36. Firefinga says:

    “Replacement” is a “white supremacist conspiracy theory” as long is hasn’t reached certain irreperable points, from that moment on it’s being lauded and embraced by the very same people calling it a “conspiracy theory” and they call the “replacement” the just thing as revenge/remedy for “systemic racism” – they know exactly what they advocate for.What else is new?

    Also, the steady influx of Latinos will eventually have the worst effects for blacks (as seen in California), but since when does the DNC really care about them apart from being loyal voting-sheep? BLM is tha last hurrah of blacks in the USA. Many haven’t realied that, yet.

    • Thanks: Joe Magarac
    • Replies: @Alden
  37. After that monologue, getting fired might be the least of Tucker’s worries now. The ADL could have him JFK’ed.

  38. Firefinga says:
    @guest007

    Cheap labor is one of the very few bipartisan issues of both establishment parties. Upper middle class white liberals love to have their Latino gardéners and housekeepers, too. Hell, they even thinks it’s the morally right thing to do to give Maria and Jose those jobs, additioanlly it helps to fight “white supremacy” by increasing the “brown” population share.

    • Agree: Achmed E. Newman
    • Replies: @guest007
  39. guest007 says:
    @James Braxton

    If there had been a single intelligent administrator at DHS during the Trump Administration, the Administration would have started a systemic Environmental Impact State on the current immigration policy and any proposed policies. However, the Republicans refuse to use the existing laws to help in their policy goals.

    • Agree: James Braxton, Mr. Anon
  40. Mentioning demographic replacement is forbidden only if you are against it.

    Gleeful gloating about it is permitted.

    Example: Vice President Biden in 2015 prematurely predicting it for 2017.
    https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2015/06/30/joe-biden-a-good-thing-when-whites-absolute-minority-in-2017-census-bureau-projects-majority-minority-nation-in-2044/

    • Agree: ben tillman
    • Replies: @Etruscan Film Star
  41. Arclight says:

    It’s bad enough that the Dems have been following such an obvious playbook for decades. What’s worse is the Republican response to all of it – half of them understand perfectly well what’s going on but looked the other way so long as the Chamber of Commerce kept stroking campaign checks, and the other half are too dumb to recognize what was going on right in front of their faces and periodically bleat “diversity is our strength” as though importing tens of millions of people who lack even a high school education is a value add proposition.

  42. Anonymous[220] • Disclaimer says:

    In the UK, the Blair/Brown ‘New Labour’ regime attempted to pull off the same trick, basically dismantling the derisory and vestigial immigration controls which existed in the UK, and instituting a full-on full blown Economist style ‘open borders’ free for all.

    No doubt, part of the attraction was of importing a permanent vote farm to ensure an automatic, in built permanent Labour Party hegemony in the UK.

    But, alas, it all blew up in their faces. Part of this Devil’s calculus was that the proles, the drones, the white industrial working class would keep being their performing seals their masters relied upon and vote Labour in their droves ‘they’ve got nowhere else to goi’ opined the truly odious Peter Mandelson, pompously and condescendingly over the vote fodder.
    But unluckily for Mandelson, they’ve broken the habit and taboo of generations and found ‘somewhere else to go’ – the Conservative Party.

    Thus the ‘clever-clever’ scheme was not so clever after all.

    • Replies: @Anon
  43. Does tucker read your blog? Where else could he have gotten the ADL comparison piece? Have they ever featured your stuff on their show before?

  44. The banks want new account holders, the cel phone companies want new subscribers, the real estate developers want new renters, the supermarkets want new sales growth, the municipalities want an increased tax base, the car lots want new buyers…. mass immigration is a Ponzi growth scheme which benefits the few.

    It’s a juicy story that’s been laying right before our eyes for decades, yet few journalists want to pick it up off the sidewalk.

  45. Bucky says:

    As Mr. Unz himself proved, increasing hispanic immigration which pushed out black populations had the effect of lowering crime. Hispanics are often unfairly demonized. They have a functional culture and are good additions to America.

    Tucked too is playing the PC game where you’re not allowed to criticize blacks at all but are allowed to go after hispanics. All the riots of last summer were due to white and black populations. Hispanics were not rioting. Neither were african immigrants.

    The main problem in america is the black problem. The only real solution is dilution.

  46. @Diversity Heretic

    I can’t say for sure from memory, DH, but I’d bet money that Mr. Carlson has brought up the other side – the R’s and the Big-Biz/Chamber of Commerce cheap labor scheming – before. It’s just that right now he sees the D’s efforts at the forefront. Of course, it IS the replacement of White people that the D’s want, but the dilution of the vote and apportionment of votes goes along with that, and is what Mr. Carson is focusing on.

    BTW, I read iSteve’s excerpts above, with that MOST IMPORTANT part at the end, but I didn’t see the whole clip – t will have to go up on Peak Stupidity today – but I did see that clip of Julian Castro. It’s about 75% of the way. Did you see that part? It reminded me of some details that Mr. Carlson may not have thought of, may not have had time for, or whatever, and that is the following:

    The addition of tens of millions per decade left-wing voters are one thing. Illegal aliens SHOULDN’T be able to vote, but many can (“Motor Voter” laws). However, they have children will will then be majority D-voters. More to my point, when illegal aliens are counted in the census – they are not exactly living in the shadows – then apportionment of representation goes up for States that count them. The US Constitution unfortunately does not specify the census should count only citizens. (Hey Indians are excluded, though, and it doesn’t distinguish between dot- and feather-. Could that loophole be exploited? Anyone, anyone, Jack D?)

    • Replies: @Desiderius
    , @TWS
    , @Bill Jones
  47. @Jonathan Mason

    See what I mean?

    Whoever conducted Mr. Mason’s immigration interview, you should have given him the white slip. Yeah, I know, if you woulda’ known then what you know now … Whatever, ya fiyad!

  48. Hans says:

    Here’s the U.N. page with the document discussing replacement migration, but you gotta be faster than light! –
    https://www.un.org/esa/population/publications/migration/migration.htm

    Here’s a fine page with excerpts from Coudenhove-Kalergi’s writings. Ooops! – http://www.balder.org/judea/Richard-Coudenhove-Kalergi-Practical-Idealism-Vienna-1925.php

    It’s a pity he didn’t quote jewish gal Barbara Lerner Spectre. She’s explained that we can’t “survive” without millions of third worlders – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8ERmOpZrKtw

    • Replies: @photondancer
  49. @Achmed E. Newman

    Tucker has to tread a fine line. So far he has done so–as Laurence Olivier’s Crassus said in the movie “Spartacus”–“with the skill of a mountain goat.” At some point though The Usual Suspects will nail him on something. Last year at this time I predicted that Tucker would be 86’d by January. Thankfully I was wrong, but am still sticking to my prediction that eventually he will go the way of his predecessor, O’Reilly.

    In this country it’s all about who controls the megaphone–and it isn’t Tucker Carlson, despite his popularity. And no one knows this fact better than Tucker Carlson.

    Sad…really sad.

    • Agree: Achmed E. Newman
  50. @Jonathan Mason

    1. The United States is a democracy.

    Gee, the DDR was democratic and a republic, and look where it got them.

    2. Over the centuries, immigrants have almost totally replaced the indigenous population.

    Which indigines? North America has had a few waves of indigines.

    3. Economic growth demands a growing population.

    So improving living standards of those already here doesn’t count?

    [MORE]

    5. The analogy of issuing stock is false on numerous counts, the most important would be that the the executives of the company would probably be holders on the current stock themselves having obtained stock which is issued cheaply to THEM as a performance incentive. Companies issue new stock so as to be able to expand the business, but they also buy back stock so as to increase the earnings per share.

    Dilution is the solution to pollution. Companies issue new stock for a number of reasons, such as allowing management to exercise stock options for shares, most of which are quickly sold into the markets for cash. Companies often buy back shares to boost the value of executive held shares first, and boosting of earnings is merely a means to that end. Companies nowadays issue shares only if they can’t borrow.

    7. Democracy requires that at any time approximately half the population allows itself to be governed by a a political party that it did not vote for.

    How do you describe what happened from January 2017 to January 2021?

    8. The Republicans have had control of the House, Senate, Supreme Court, and the White House within the last 4 years with such disastrous results that a record number of voters turned out in November to give them the boot.

    A record number of votes were found or created to change that.

    9. Tucker Carlson is an amusing polemicist who has a certain knack for reading off a teleprompter in an impassioned way. His success at this has made him rather rich, and his experience of life is no longer the same as the average working American voter.

    Then again, the average American voter does not know what it is like to have the American version of the Tonton Macoute show up on his doorstep and menace his family, nor do many, if any, on the left side of the MSM. Maybe it is time for the right to start showing up in their neighbourhoods with guillotines … symbolic, of course.

    10. The Republicans veer strongly towards representing the interests of large corporations, rather than representing human needs as a whole in a balanced way.

    A quick query of the Federal Election Commission campaign finance databases would demonstrate that the love is not being returned.

    • Replies: @RadicalCenter
  51. @ginger bread man

    Where else could he have gotten the ADL comparison piece?

    From VDare. Obviously, Steve Sailer’s writing is ON VDare, so I understand, “no duh”, but I also mean that that site has many writers who have brought up this Big-Jew-Org hypocrisy for years. They mention the ADL, and they mention the $PLC, etc too.

    Steve had this all laid out for Tucker in a timely manner, but VDare is more widely known I would say.

  52. @Moses

    Honesty impels me to point out that moldova, which is 100% white, is also a s*** hole.

  53. @Dave Pinsen

    The ADL is a plaything of billionaire donors. It doesn’t represent average Jews. This will not end well.

    • Agree: Joe Magarac
    • Replies: @Joe Magarac
    , @Hans
    , @Ron Mexico
  54. “You’ve heard a lot lately about the necessity of Black political power. In California, that power is evaporating due to mass immigration.”

    BC that’s the important thing, not The Great Replacement of the White Race who created the USA!!!

  55. @Jonathan Mason

    Pardon me, Jonathan, but where did I read the Tucker Carlson thinks the Republicans are so great?

    Be nice, I’m scanning this on a cell phone while doing a couple of other things, and maybe I missed it.

    • Replies: @AndrewR
    , @Jonathan Mason
  56. Gunner says:
    @Achmed E. Newman

    200,000 Poles would have little sympathy for black whiners and tranny madness. THAT is what would scare Democrats, not their alleged economic conservatism.

  57. AndrewR says:
    @JohnnyWalker123

    No. He’s unquestionably a coward because he isn’t calling out because he pretends the GOP isn’t on board. Even leaving the racial aspect out in order to avoid undeniable allegations of racial prejudice, the GOP and big corporations love immigration because they tend to work for less money. And if we’re totally honest, much of the GOP is happy to have open borders because a divided population is easier to control, and because “conservative” Jews hate whites too.

    Really if you want to bring up the racial aspect you should point out that open borders hurt the red men, both in the past and now. Every immigrant that comes into the US makes it that much less likely that the Lakota or Chippewa will return to their old ways and get their old land back.

    While the Democrats are viciously hostile to the very idea that whites have legitimate ethnic interests, they do at least pretend to care about the red man. For years, the media has inundated us with propaganda about what happened (or allegedly happened) to the “Native Americans” on every single Thanksgiving and Columbus Day. So if Democrats care about the red man then they will want to limit immigration. Spoiler alert: they don’t actually care about the red man at all except as a weapon to use against whites. The same is true of Asians and blacks, of course. Even the poor Palestinians are victims of “white supremacist colonizers.” This is really how the left describes Zionists.

  58. Still hoping you live to see the Promised Land, Moses.

  59. Many of Tucker’s points are ones Steve has been making for what, 20 years?

    However, when Carlson starts pulling his punches by making the false distinction between voting rights and race, I don’t think he got that from Steve.

  60. @Achmed E. Newman

    It could be, but not by passive voice users.

    In any event the southern border is for replacing blacks. H1Bs, the Ivy League, and HR departments are for replacing us with said Indians (i. e. Brahmins).

  61. Currahee says:
    @Moses

    “Race matters.”
    Yes it does; but Tucker can’t say that because he would be instantly vaporized.

    • Replies: @Aeronerauk
  62. AndrewR says:
    @Diversity Heretic

    That gigantic omission is precisely why this monologue was not “very good.” By putting all the blame on the Dems, he reveals himself to be a GOP shill.

  63. 22pp22 says:
    @kihowi

    What Tucker Carlson did showed immense courage. Who else in America today has that much courage? No one!

    • Agree: Abe, Traddles
    • Replies: @northeast
  64. AndrewR says:
    @Paperback Writer

    Jesus.

    By pinning this all on the Democrats, he lets the GOP off the hook. It’s reprehensible. I get that it’s Fox News, but still.

    Perhaps they told him that the only way he would be allowed to get away with broaching this subject is by intentionally lying about who is responsible.

    • Replies: @Paperback Writer
  65. @Dieter Kief

    Fighting fire with fire.

    The core issue is bad faith and Prisoner’s Dilemma failure of regular Americans in the face of defamation from the likes of the ADL (another HRE competitor) and the rest of the Unruling Class. Tucker attempting to give them taste of their own medicine, since re-establishing baseline deterrence is only way out.

  66. Travis says:
    @Jonathan Mason

    The Supreme Court Overturns Trump Administration’s Termination of DACA

    the U.S. Supreme Court issued a 5-4 decision finding that the Trump administration’s termination of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) was (1) judicially reviewable and (2) done in an arbitrary and capricious manner, in violation of the Administrative Procedure Act (APA).

    This was one of several Federal Court decisions which prevented Trump from using executive orders to reduce immigration. The federal courts also blocked from de-funding the police when he issued an executive order which cut law enforcement funding to sanctuary cities. https://www.jurist.org/news/2020/05/federal-appeals-court-blocks-trumps-attempt-to-withhold-funding-from-sanctuary-cities/#

    One would think that the leftists would actually want the feds to cut funding for law enforcement, since this is what BLM and other leftists want. But the federal courts blocked the Trump administration from defunding the police in sanctuary cities. The courts would have blocked him from increasing police funding of sanctuary cities as well. Nothing Trump tried to do would have been acceptable, both reduced funding and increased funding of law enforcement was blocked by leftists courts when Trump attempted such actions.

    • Agree: Thomasina
  67. The adl used to be really big, but then it lost an over $1 million libel judgment (for something that really wasn’t its fault), and hunkered down for years, while the splc blew past them.

    Meanwhile, Abe Foxman was getting up in years.

    The group hired Jonathan Greenblatt to rescue it in 2015, and he has been rabid in pursuit of restoring its once lustrous profile. But that requires scalping big, gentile White men. Greenblatt fervently hopes that Tucker will be one of them.

  68. Amazing to see so many people offering interpretations of Tucker Carlson as if he were an Old Testament prophet spouting Jeremiads about the ruined cities of America from somewhere in the desert. Like a latter-day Basil Fawlty, he doesn’t mention the War, or if he did he thinks he got away with it.

    Why doesn’t he invite some top Democrat figures on his show and ask them if it is true that the main reason for promoting immigration is to get more future votes for Democrats?

    Why doesn’t he invite some top Republican strategists on his show and ask them why not many immigrants vote Republican once they have qualified to vote?

    Personally I am happy to see the award of immigrant visas at least partially based on merit, special skills, and family wealth. The United States might be able to get more immigrants like Prince Harry and John Oliver, both of whom were only able to achieve their lifelong ambition of making into the United States through marriage.

    The United States could also offer a retirement visa that would give instant access to Medicare to qualified overseas applicants who agreed to spend at least six months a year in the United States.

  69. Tucker’s life is about to get a hell of a lot more interesting.

  70. @Paperback Writer

    The ADL is a plaything of billionaire donors. It doesn’t represent average Jews. This will not end well.

    Nobody really represents “average” Jews, but does the ADL represent ruling class Jews (in general). Also I’d say no. Not since the B’nai Brith jettisoned it years ago and Abe Foxman took over.

    Does AIPAC have an official opinion about Carlson, or is he beneath their notice?

    Is Carlson pro-Israel?

    • Replies: @Paperback Writer
  71. @Paperback Writer

    There are only two parties of any consequence in the United States.

    If you are against one you are probably for the other.

    However Mr Tucker is perfectly at liberty to declare a pox on both their houses, except that he sings for his supper on behalf of the Murdoch organization.

    PS. I am always nice.

    • Thanks: Liza
  72. @Nicholas Stix

    Keep in mind, too, that as cowardly as Fox typically is, for the last few years, since Rupert Murdoch effectively retired, Tucker’s boss has been Rupe’s liberal son, Lachlan.

  73. Richard B says:
    @Redneck farmer

    “Truth is not a defense”.

    Certainly not to the hostile elite, or to their useful idiots and paid proxies.

    However, for some, living a lie is simply intolerable.

    Unfortunately, for many such people, they’re responding symptomatically by going crazy, instead of responding more intellectually, where they might hang on to their sanity a bit longer, or maybe a lot longer.

    For this reason I wish I could contribute to your fundraiser Steve.

    You certainly deserve it. But, alas, I’m simply one of many who can’t, for obvious reasons. Well, at least they’re obvious to me. Maybe that’ll change. Until that happy day, the best I can do is express my gratitude.

  74. peterike says:
    @Achmed E. Newman

    the real impetus, IMO, for all of this by the elites, the crushing of the White middle class to prevent competition and end any remaining political power of it.

    Yes, but the elites are rapidly replacing the white middle class with an Asian middle class. This is why the Jewish elites that run the Ivies let in so many Asians. And now, so many non-whites of all kinds. They are building a non-white elite, one which is hostile to legacy white Americans. Asians are very good at this, as they follow power and are inherently ruthless. Even many (most?) of the blacks let into the Ivies are non-Americans. The important thing is to make sure the new elite has no emotional connection to legacy white America.

    You see it everywhere. Non-whites are quickly displacing whites in the media, which functions as the enforcer class for the elites. Non-whites are displacing whites in academia, in Big Law, in politics, in Big Tech, everywhere that power resides. And in entertainment, as well, for the psychological effect. Look at the numbers of Jews and Indians in the Biden administration.

  75. Richard B says:
    @Buzz Mohawk

    Carlson
    Sailer

    or

    Sailer
    Carlson

    Not gonna happen

    Sad, but true. Kind of reminds me of what Bob Dylan said about Charlie Sexton.

    “I’d like to see him become a star. But the whole system would have to break down for that to happen.”

    On the other hand, our system is breaking down. So….

    • Agree: Buzz Mohawk
  76. Anonymous[337] • Disclaimer says:
    @Nicholas Stix

    Well hes nearly 90 years old and his son is not overly left. Australians seldom are.

  77. Travis says:

    Once the 1990 immigration act was passed the die was cast and the demographics of the United States was doomed. This act created the diversity visa and the H1 B1 visa program. From 1965-1985 Legal immigration into the US averaged less than 400,000 per year. After 1990 legal immigration has been over 950,000 million immigrants per year

    At this point going back to the Immigration act of 1965 , Hart–Celler, would reduce immigration by over 50%. The Hart-Celler immigration act imposed of 20,000 immigrants for each nation. Overall, the 1965 law continued to limit the amount of available visas per year, establishing a cap of 170,000 annual visas in the Eastern Hemisphere, allowing no more than 20,000 from each individual country. Furthermore, the law established an annual cap of 120,000 visas in the Western Hemisphere, which was the first time any numerical limit had been placed on immigrants from that area. It imposed a quota of 20,000 on Mexico, yet prior to 1965 we had no cap on Mexican immigration. In the decades before Hart-Celler was passed, as many as 450,000 Mexicans had been legally entering the United States each year via work permits issued by the “bracero” program. On top of that huge influx, over 50,000 Mexicans annually entered the U.S. as permanent residents.

    Without Hart-Cellar we would not have had any caps on Mexican immigration. The end of the bracero program was actually a liberal reform that put an end to the systemic exploitation of Mexican workers. But once Hart-Celler went through, there were less than half as many visa slots allotted to the entire hemisphere as had been received in some previous years by Mexican migrants alone.

  78. @Grahamsno(G64)

    Ok – but for iStevees, these things are all well worn-in old hats, no?

    • Replies: @Grahamsno(G64)
  79. Juvenalis says:
    @TTSSYF

    Hart-Celler 1965 Immigration Act was terrible but most drastic changes to the demographic makeup of the U.S. driven by immigration, legal and illegal, from Mexico, Central America, Caribbean. 1921-1965 national quotas put no limit whatsoever on immigration from within the entire Western Hemisphere. (1965 act did for first time set Western Hemisphere cap, at 130,000—abolished when George Bush signed Immigration Act of 1990. Ted Kennedy wanted to fix things he couldn’t get through in 1965, like “diversity lottery”.)

    And the law would have to actually be enforced, as laws mean nothing if tens of millions of illegal aliens are free to flood in and receive de jure amnesty from Reagan or de facto amnesty within a generation from “birthright citizenship” for 5-10 anchor babies each. 


    When Emergency Quotas Act enacted in 1921 followed by Johnson-Reed in 1924, population of Mexico was 14 million. When national quotas last revised by McCarran-Walter in 1952, population of Mexico was 25 million. In 1965, population of Mexico was 40 million, which more than doubled to 81 million by 1990; 100 million in 2000; 112 million in 2010, now 130 million. Similar patterns across Central America/Caribbean, which were evidently not seen as threats by immigration restrictionists in 1920s-1950s who heavily restricted Asians and put quota limits on European nations.

    Third World population bomb is the real problem (yet Mexico nothing compared to African population time bomb already at 1.35 Billion facing Europe! America too when Black Africans hit 4 Billion by 2100! Entire population of North America is 369 million; all South America totals ‘only’ 433 million!)

  80. The only answer to the Great Replacement is the Great Separation.

    • Disagree: Desiderius
  81. Richard B says:
    @Nicholas Stix

    Good point.

    I think there are two possible reasons for this.

    1. to keep people listening to Tucker instead of acting for themselves.

    2. controlled opposition.

    Both are important. But, the second one is arguably the most important. Why?

    Because no elite wants to completely eliminate the enemy. As Nietzsche once said, Anyone who spends a lifetime fighting an enemy has a real keen interest in making sure their enemy – stays alive!

    And the explanation for this is that by keeping their enemy alive they can display their power by being able to turn the heat on, and off.

    In other words, they’ll let Tucker speak until he goes a bit too far. They’ll then issue an aggressive and threatening public statement as a warning to, well, the public (turning on the heat). Then they’ll let him continue speaking (turning off the heat). At least that’s what they’d do if they’re smart.

    Because if they don’t, if they get people to stop listening to Tucker, they might get them to start acting for themselves. Thus posing a threat to the elite’s ability to continue turning on and off the heat. But the hostile elite isn’t all that smart.

    What they are is desperate and not a little crazy. That’s what comes from spending a lifetime fighting an enemy. YOu can’t think straight.

  82. @JohnnyWalker123

    No we don’t need Tucker for President….The problem is so much deeper than that. What is needed is a profound metaphysical transformation of the Historic Native Born White American Majority. The rot has to be ripped out of our People’s brains. What you are advocating is very superficial and won’t work.

  83. Blubb says:
    @Moses

    Can you please not try to speak German when you clearly don’t speak German? It hurts my eyes.

    How can one even manage to make mistakes in such a short sentence? Unforgivable.

    • Replies: @Moses
  84. Mr. Anon says:
    @Jonathan Mason

    1. The United States is a democracy.

    It is not. It is the illusion of one.

    2. Over the centuries, immigrants have almost totally replaced the indigenous population.

    And we are supposed to be happy about that?

    3. Economic growth demands a growing population.

    It had better not. If so, it is nothing but a recipe for eventual death, like the collapse of a bacterial colony.

    6. The Republicans want to reduce the franchise by making it more difficult to vote. This is the equivalent of buying back stock. However a democracy is not simply a profit making enterprise, and restricting the franchise will not increase the overall wealth and happiness of the entire population. Perhaps they would now like to increase the voting age to 35?

    The Republicans (some of them) want to make it more difficult to vote for people who shouldn’t be voting. What is wrong with that? As to raising the voting age – I’d certainly be open to that. And why are you using stock analogies that you just said were inappropriate in your previous point.

    7. Democracy requires that at any time approximately half the population allows itself to be governed by a a political party that it did not vote for.

    Getting sold-out and tyannized is not the same thing as being governed. Or – if it is – then the Hell with democracy.

    9. Tucker Carlson is an amusing polemicist who has a certain knack for reading off a teleprompter in an impassioned way. His success at this has made him rather rich, and his experience of life is no longer the same as the average working American voter.

    He is amusing. You are not. And he seems to reflect my opinions far better than you do. Doesn’t sound out of touch to me.

    10. The Republicans veer strongly towards representing the interests of large corporations, rather than representing human needs as a whole in a balanced way.

    And you think the Democratic Party doesn’t? Then you are a fool.

    But then we all knew that already.

    Whereever it was that you came from………….you need to go back.

    • Agree: 3g4me
  85. Travis says:

    While most of the blame for our doomed demographics lies with the 1990 immigration Act, the collapse of white fertility, which began in 1965 is a big part of the current mess.

    White fertility collapsed in the 1960s to below replacement levels and the fertility rate of white females has been below 2.1 since 1965. Black fertility remained above 2.5 until 1990 and did not fall below 2.1 until 2010. https://www.prb.org/us-fertility/ This is the main reason the Black population doubled between 1970 and 2010 as the white population failed to grow.

    Year – Whites – Blacks
    1970 – 180 M – 21 M
    2020- 195 M – 43 M

    In 1970 there were over 7 Whites for every Black. By 2020 the ratio has fallen to 4.5 to 1
    in 2020 about 10% of Black Americans are Immigrants and 8% of White Americans are immigrants. The doubling of the Black population in America is mostly due to their higher fertility rates while the increase in the white population is 100% due to immigration since 1970.

    Without immigration the white population in America would be 180 million and the Black population would be 35 million for a ration of 5 to 1 , still far lower than the 1970 ratio due to extremely low white fertility levels.

    • Thanks: Lot
  86. @Jonathan Mason

    Why doesn’t he invite some top Democrat figures on his show and ask them if it is true that the main reason for promoting immigration is to get more future votes for Democrats?

    And why don’t I tryout to play centerfield for the Philadelphia Phillies? They could use some depth there.

    My question, like yours, answers itself.

  87. @Jonathan Mason

    Mason, you left out “the attempted coup”.

  88. @Jonathan Mason

    Jonathan – I get that Tucker was singling out Democrats. I really do. But it’s not as if he lauds the Republicans for their foresightedness. Give the guy credit for bravery.

  89. Mr. Anon says:

    No. He’s unquestionably a coward because he isn’t calling out because he pretends the GOP isn’t on board. Even leaving the racial aspect out in order to avoid undeniable allegations of racial prejudice, the GOP and big corporations love immigration because they tend to work for less money.

    Carlson has pointed out that the GOP establishment is on board with the immigrationist agenda. Numerous times.

    • Agree: Dan Hayes
  90. Alfa158 says:
    @Jonathan Mason

    1. The United States is a democracy.
    It used to be a Republic. That is because the people who founded it knew that a democracy eventually devolves into two wolves and a sheep having an election to decide what’s for dinner tonight.

    2. Over the centuries, immigrants have almost totally replaced the indigenous population.
    How did that work out for the indigenes? Maybe we should learn from that?

    3. Economic growth demands a growing population.
    Only if economic growth is measured by consumption of toilet paper. Economic health is simply going to have to become sustainable with a stable or shrinking population. If the US grows by 3% a year the population in fifty years will be 1.4 billion people. I’m an environmentalist, and how do you think that will work out for the environment? A growing population is only necessary for growing the profits of greedy plutocrats. Especially those in the toilet paper industry.

    4. The Republican party is failing to sufficiently adjust its policies to appeal to a changing electorate.
    The original electorate isn’t changing. The usual suspects are replacing the electorate with one that works for peanuts and votes reliably their way.

    5. The analogy of issuing stock is false on numerous counts, the most important would be that the the executives of the company would probably be holders on the current stock themselves having obtained stock which is issued cheaply to THEM as a performance incentive. Companies issue new stock so as be able to expand the business, but they also buy back stock so as to increase the earnings per share.
    Corporations also increase earnings by their version of the Great Replacement: firing existing workers and replacing them with immigrants. I’m sure you’re OK with that.

    6. The Republicans want to reduce the franchise by making it more difficult to vote. This is the equivalent of buying back stock. However a democracy is not simply a profit making enterprise, and restricting the franchise will not increase the overall wealth and happiness of the entire population. Perhaps they would now like to increase the voting age to 35?
    The Republicans want to restrict voting to real, living people who are eligible to vote which makes it more difficult for the Democrats to steal elections. Real voters won’t have the slightest difficulty in still voting and nothing they are proposing does so.

    7. Democracy requires that at any time approximately half the population allows itself to be governed by a a political party that it did not vote for.
    It does not require the population to be governed by a party that won with fake, and duplicated votes.

    8. The Republicans have had control of the House, Senate, Supreme Court, and the White House within the last 4 years with such disastrous results that a record number of voters turned out in November to give them the boot.
    Things were going pretty well until the Chinese flu hit. The Republicans gained seats in congress anyway.

    9. Tucker Carlson is an amusing polemicist who has a certain knack for reading off a teleprompter in an impassioned way. His success at this has made him rather rich, and his experience of life is no longer the same as the average working American voter.
    His thoughts are his own and he can defend them himself. He has huge ratings because he reflects the opinions of real working Americans, not the oligarchs who run our society.

    10. The Republicans veer strongly towards representing the interests of large corporations, rather than representing human needs as a whole in a balanced way.
    Wall Street donated overwhelmingly more to Hillary and the Biden than it did to Trump. Large corporations, not working Americans are trying to boycott Georgia.

  91. @AndrewR

    What I said to Jonathan. I agree with you that the R’s are just as blameworthy, but Rome wasn’t built in a day. He’s taking on some very big lobbies here. Let him create an opposition force bit by bit. If he hasn’t taken on the “cheap labor lobby” by next year, I’ll be with you.

    • Replies: @AndrewR
  92. @Jonathan Mason

    The United States could also offer a retirement visa that would give instant access to Medicare to qualified overseas applicants who agreed to spend at least six months a year in the United States.

    200 proof Mason.

  93. @anonymous

    Sailer drives the narrative on Tucker and The Babylon Bee, eh? Not exactly Gramsci’s “march through the institutions”, but it’s a start. I’m a big fan of all three. I’ll get truth wherever I can.

  94. @kihowi

    lol very true.

    But still oddly inspiring to see someone state–tentatively, as you note–the truth, even at this late hour.

  95. 3g4me says:
    @guest007

    @22 guest007: Asians are not Whites’ friends, merely another grifting group who want to replace us. Asians make neighborhoods unlivable for Whites. Another foolish Sailer commenter who thinks HBD applies only to blacks.

    • Agree: L. Guapo
    • Replies: @guest007
  96. The ADL Pushes Mass Legal Immigration and Mass Illegal Immigration.

    The ADL Pushes Multiculturalism and White Genocide.

    The ADL wants to continue to use Mass Legal Immigration and Mass Illegal Immigration as demographic weapons to attack and destroy all the European Christian nations such as the USA, England, France, Germany, Australia, New Zealand, Canada and all the rest.

    The ADL is a nasty anti-White thug for the evil and treasonous JEW/WASP Ruling Class of the American Empire.

    The ADL is a bunch of nasty, hypocrite evil boobs and the ADL must be removed from power.

    Tweets from 2014:

  97. Mr. Anon says:
    @Jonathan Mason

    President Trump desperately wanted to solve the DACA issue once and for all, but apparently he was unable to get sufficient support in Congress to achieve even that modest goal.

    The DACA issue was caused by an illegal executive order issued by Obama. The way to solve the issue was to issue a new executive order rescinding the previous one, and telling the courts to stuff it if they ruled that he couldn’t do it and reply that the President’s job is to execute the law and that he would forthwith start doing so.

    Your ignorance of American affairs proves that you should never have been granted citizenship. You need to go back.

    • Agree: Achmed E. Newman, TWS
    • Replies: @ben tillman
  98. Anon[370] • Disclaimer says:

    JUDGE RIAD: [at tribunal] [through interpreter] Professor, what you said about the rekindling of the memory- I had the feeling at the outset, when you spoke, that it was something that was almost automatic, that these communities were living together under the Tito regime, and once that regime fell apart, the differences somehow came to the surface.

    But after Tito, there were six or seven years during which there was really no conflict, and then suddenly it took off again. So this rekindling of the memories was something artificial, perhaps. It was something that was provoked. I just would like you to clear that up for me.

    PROFESSOR GARDE: [at tribunal] [through interpreter] The possibility of rekindling memories was willingly and systematically exploited by the people in power, and guided in the direction that suited them.

    https://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/shows/karadzic/etc/script.html

  99. @Jonathan Mason

    1. The United States is a democracy.

    No, it is not. In a democracy, there is a social consensus on everything that matters. Any society in which voting matters is not a democracy.

    2. Over the centuries, immigrants have almost totally replaced the indigenous population.

    That depends on what you mean by “immigrants” and “indigenous population”.

    3. Economic growth demands a growing population.

    But what demands economic growth?

    4. The Republican party is failing to sufficiently adjust its policies to appeal to a changing electorate.

    The changing electorate votes to take what Republican voters have. Capitulation is the only possible adjustment. What would be the point of that?

    5. The analogy of issuing stock is false on numerous counts, the most important would be that the the executives of the company would probably be holders on the current stock themselves having obtained stock which is issued cheaply to THEM as a performance incentive. Companies issue new stock so as to be able to expand the business, but they also buy back stock so as to increase the earnings per share.

    The analogy of stock ownership is a perfect analysis. The people who built the country own it. Both the value of their shares and their voting interest are diluted by the issuance of new shares to immigrants.

    6. The Republicans want to reduce the franchise by making it more difficult to vote. This is the equivalent of buying back stock. However a democracy is not simply a profit making enterprise, and restricting the franchise will not increase the overall wealth and happiness of the entire population. Perhaps they would now like to increase the voting age to 35?

    We do not have a democracy. And restricting the franchise will as a matter of absolute certainty increase the overall wealth and happiness of the population per capita.

    7. Democracy requires that at any time approximately half the population allows itself to be governed by a a political party that it did not vote for.

    No, democracy requires that there NEVER be a case in which anyone rules over anyone else. The demos rules itself collectively.

  100. I wrote a film noir script scenario about Mickey and Tucker in 2019:

    It was a dark and stormy evening some years back when the Kaus and the Carlson parted ways.

    Mickey and Tucker have a past, see. Tucker blocked Mickey from hammering Murdoch and his mob when they needed hammering.

    Mickey don’t like no mug getting in between him and some business that needed to be done. Tucker said with a shrug it sounds like fun but I got business with the Murdoch mob and what they say goes.

    Mickey got riled up and left the joint. Tucker got a big show with the Murdoch mob and some mugs say Tucker was right to cool the jets of Mickey. Kaus was right to do what he did, I says.

    https://www.unz.com/isteve/the-answer-is/#comment-3041341

    Tweet from 2019:

  101. @Bucky

    Hispanics are often unfairly demonized.They have a functional culture and are good additions to America

    The main problem in america is the black problem. The only real solution is dilution.

    Oh please.

    — “A functional culture” is not some sort of gold standard. American culture/people have outperformed Latin American people/culture since time immemorial. That difference in competence is why American has been “rich” and “nice”.

    The Hispanic influx has dragged down the average competence of Americans and America and we are slumping toward the mediocrity of Mexico or Brazil.

    — The “solution” to–really the acceptable management of–our black problem is having a coherent, proud, self-confident white-American nation firmly in charge–as it was in 1960–and self-confident in maintaining itself in charge, having strong eugenic fertility.

    That nation can issue the “behave or leave or separate” message to obstreperous blacks. American whites have been dragging the American black boat anchor along for a few centuries. We went a good century after the end of slavery and still had the highest standard of living in the world.

    We’ve been doing your Latin American heavy “dilution” now for 50+ and life is inarguably shitter for actual American in everything outside of technological improvement and we’re having the year of the black, the blackification of everything.

    Minoritarianism and immigrationism are cancers.

    Nationalism–national racial/cultural confidence–is what wins and creates a better life for a nation’s people.

    • Replies: @bucky
    , @AndrewR
  102. 8. The Republicans have had control of the House, Senate, Supreme Court, and the White House within the last 4 years with such disastrous results that a record number of voters turned out in November to give them the boot.

    No, the results were the best in 90 years. The vote was entirely due to Trump’s offensive personality, lies from the mass media, and a widespread conspiracy to rig the election in other ways.

    • Agree: Gary in Gramercy
  103. @Bucky

    As Mr. Unz himself proved, increasing hispanic immigration which pushed out black populations had the effect of lowering crime. Hispanics are often unfairly demonized. They have a functional culture and are good additions to America.

    They are not a good addition. In the aggregate, they consume more than they produce.

  104. Hans says:
    @Paperback Writer

    I know. I’m sure this is the century the average jews will finally stand up and say enough.

  105. @AnotherDad

    Other countries offer the same so that they can attract more affluent retirees who will spend foreign currency in their country.

    The antonym of Republic is dictatorship or monarchy, not democracy. Democracy means that the citizens get some kind of say, by means of voting, in who forms the government.

    Obviously the individual citizen has very little say by means of a vote in any kind of democracy, but it seems to be better than all the alternatives. At least if a majority of people are disgusted with the government they can try somebody else.

    Another feature of democracies is that governments agree to abide by the result of elections and to leave office peacefully. The United States is still clinging on to this (just about).

    • Replies: @Thomasina
  106. Tuck’s diatribe sounds better in the original Lakota.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
  107. Moses says:
    @utu

    I stopped reading at “ jejune” lol.

  108. Anonymous[735] • Disclaimer says:

    Tucker pointed out the hypocrisy over at the ADL, and that is what shifts the window. ADL knows it, and that’s why they were freaking out to begin with. They know that Jewish NGOs and Jewish CEOs are behind the dramatic shift in the population. In fact, they are behind every policy in the 21st century, because they are a mafia which controls puppet politicians (not every Jew is in this mafia, but most powerful Jews are.)

    That’s why it is pointless to hammer the diluted vote angle. It was more true the further back in time you go. But the mafia has moved past the bribing electorates stage. To get what they want, they create fake controversies/ media circuses (Russiagate), they blackmail (Epstein/ Maxwell), they assassinate (Epstein, too many judges and prosecutors to name) and they commit blatant election fraud (2020).

    More to the point, the Republicans Tucker is shilling for are just as much puppets for this mafia as the Democrats. Name one Democrat policy that has been stopped by Republicans when in power. Paused sometimes, but never stopped. They are false opposition.

    There is no political solution. Turn off the tv, cut the cable, homeschool your kids, form networks of like minded people, hunker down and wait for collapse.

  109. Matra says:

    Thirty years too late. Pat Buchanan made speeches like this one when running for president in 1992 & 1996. If Con. Inc & people like Rush Limbaugh with his 18 million or whatever listeners had done the same or followed up on them the country might’ve been saved, but they had other priorities. Even 9/11 did nothing to dent pro-immigration enthusiasm. The hysterical reaction and mass demonstrations to the Sensenbrenner bill in 2005 suggested it was getting late in the day to address the issue. Looking from the outside today mass immigration of Hispanics seems like a lesser problem than white liberal & black radicalisation.

    • Agree: Lot
  110. @Redneck farmer

    Interesting point to try to make in an immigration debate, because it’s another example of Jews (Rand, Friedman, etc.) convincing the American cattle that “surprisingly” they’re better off without access to healthcare. Don’t believe the health statistics from the whole world. Don’t notice that NOT ONE SINGLE COUNTRY with “socialized” medicine has ever repealed it (Maggie Thatcher wasn’t that dumb). Don’t notice that your healthcare is better and cheaper now that you’ve retired and moved to Costa Rica.

    Above all don’t look at Israel. Guns (“surprisingly, disarmed people are safer”), immigration (“surprisingly, diversity is our strength”), health care… it’s always laissez faire for thee, national socialism for me.

  111. The ADL is going to try to get Tucker fired, no doubt about that. I would not be surprised if they’ve been working with outfits like Media Matters to dig up dirt on Tucker for the last 4 years at least. So far they have yet to find anything really damning.

    Tucker needs to worry less about his job though than his personal safety and that of his family; that was demonstrated 2-1/2 years ago when Antifa got onto to his property and terrorized his wife. The people who despise Carlson won’t dirty their own hands, but it’s not out of the realm of possibility that they could indirectly arrange some kind of attack on his home or a carjacking or merely a roughing up on the sidewalk outside the Fox studio. And since Carlson resides in DC, any police “investigation” will fail to turn up any leads or suspects.

    • Replies: @RadicalCenter
  112. @Achmed E. Newman

    You & me both, Achmed:

    “A Tucker Carlson run for president in 2024? Permit me to make a bold prediction. At some point in the next four years, probably even next year, Tucker Carlson will be deplatformed. He may even lose his bank account.”
    [Last graf here https://www.johnderbyshire.com/Opinions/USPolitics/dirtyelection.html ]

  113. guest007 says:
    @Firefinga

    In any essay in support of unlimited immigration, an affluent white liberal always mentions cheap restaurants and food trucks as a benefit. Of course, those white liberals would never work in such establishments, would never let their children work in such establishments, and would consider any non-Latino white working in such establishments a loser, but, on whole, the white liberals considered them a net benefit.

    • Replies: @Malcolm X-Lax
  114. guest007 says:
    @3g4me

    Steve has written many times about Asian flight from Los Angeles and into the suburbs where the Asians can act as political blocks and gain power. Asians will move into any suburb that is majority white. Asians will not live in majority black or majority Latino neighborhoods. The Asians may own businesses in majority black neighborhoods but those Asians live elsewhere.

  115. anon[299] • Disclaimer says:

    It’s a hoot to see Tucker quoting Zionazi genocidaires. But his analogy is awfully convoluted. Let’s sort it out in context.

    On the one hand you have Jew supremacists saying, “Keep these vermin out, they’ll cramp our style with their universal human rights.” On the other hand you have partisan statists saying, “Let these lumpen in, they’ll prefer our Dem® brand of half-assed, distorted, perverted, bowdlerized bullshit human rights.”

    I think the Jew supremacists know what they’re doing, the Dem party apparatchiks do not. Jew supremacists know that good-faith interpretation of human rights would end their regime. Dem dupes seem to think that immigrants will settle for their half-assed, distorted, perverted, bowdlerized bullshit human rights. That’s a big mistake. Immigrants in general, Latinos in particular, know their rights in a way that US party dupes can’t comprehend. They’re not going to sit still for infantilizing US political ritual.

    Immigrants will use their right to solidarity and go over the head of their government to the world. They will see through Democrats’ derisory piecemeal reforms and use their rights as a checklist: where’s this, where’s that, where’s this other thing? They know rights are not binary, they must be fulfilled, they are greedy objectives like revenue and profit, MORE MORE MORE! Immigrants aren’t going to be satisfied with economic rights. They are going to exercise their right to peace and oppose impunity and blowing shit up. That will end the USA as we know it.

    So while Dem apparatchiks may be misguided, the lesson here is, never stop the enemy while he is making a mistake. What immigrants will get you is this.

    https://ohchr.org/EN/ProfessionalInterest/Pages/UniversalHumanRightsInstruments.aspx

  116. Trinity says:

    I said this on the other thread that featured Tucker Carlson, a lot of posters were denouncing Tucker’s lack of criticism of Jewish power and influence. “Small steps to the Moon” I stated. Well, Tucker took that small step.

    Inviting GreenBLATT on the program to explain his hypocrisy when it comes to Israel’s immigration stance. PRICELESS.

    I also noted that I wondered IF Tucker might happen upon this website every once in awhile and someone said something akin to fat chance or “no way.” hehe. Maybe or maybe not.

  117. Travis says:

    we are reaping was we sowed. The lack of white births since 1970 has created the current demographics of America. There are not enough White Christians to win Presidential elections against the minority coalition formed by the Democrats.

    Soon the elections will not even be close. Look at the demographics of those under the age of 40. The average white American is over 45 years-old while the average non-white is 31 years-old. Over the past decade more whites have died than were born. There are less whites living in America in 2020 than 2010. This was the first decade in which the white population has actually declined in America.

    in 1990 there were 120 million Whites under the age of 40
    in 2020 there are 87 million Whites under the age of 40

    the young white population has fallen over 27% since 1990. This is our future. Whites are just 52% of the under 40 population in America and 49% of those under the age of 20. Our military and police forces will soon be majority non-white, this will make the current Awakening look like paradise in 20 years time. The best option is for whites to relocate to white states to escape the coming racial reckoning. Joe Biden may be the last white President. The children of today will be taking vengeance against the whites who kept them locked inside during their youths, closed their schools. these Lockdowns will not be forgotten. Their will be consequences to those who imposed them on Young Americans. Whites will be blamed for the clampdown on young Americans and the shuttering of schools and social activities which has destroyed the childhood of millions of mostly non-white children in America. The chickens will come home to roost and the coming racial reckoning will be far worse than what is seen today when whites are the minority in America in a few years time and the youth of today are in charge.

  118. Forbes says:
    @Dieter Kief

    Of course it’s rhetoric–that’s what wins.

    Bleeding heart liberals always tug on heart-strings. You have to win over the emotions. People don’t abandon their closely held beliefs due to logic. You don’t reason someone out of a belief they didn’t reason their way into.

    • Replies: @Paul Jolliffe
  119. AndrewR says:
    @Paperback Writer

    The sad thing is that he of course is known for being one of the few Republicans to take on corporations. But I guess this is a bridge too far. Don’t hold your breath. Maybe when he’s old and near retirement he’ll stop caring but he loves all that fat salary he pulls. He’s not gonna risk his job.

    • Replies: @Paperback Writer
  120. AndrewR says:
    @Achmed E. Newman

    Americans often overfetishize freedom.

    If you’re constantly in danger, in pain, or hungry, how much will you really appreciate your “freedom”?

    Yes, it’s possible to simultaneously make people less free without making them any safer or richer. But it sounds like you’ve been reading a bit too much Ayn Rand.

    The citizens of the Third Reich were not free in many of the ways they had been during the Weimar Republic, but they were vastly more prosperous, and I dare say happier. As for safety, they were much safer from Soviet aggression in 1935 than in 1925.

    • Agree: Hateful Hornytoad
    • LOL: Chris Mallory
    • Replies: @Mark G.
    , @Charlesz Martel
  121. @utu

    Democrats do what Republicans wish but might be too timid to voice and vice versa. Democrats do Republicans job on immigration which is what Chamber of Commerce Republicans always advocated for.

    No. Sixty years ago, no one in the Chamber of Commerce was clamoring for cheap imported labor. Now, it’s a race to the bottom for these (and so many other) people who see the country as a commons to be exploited.

    One huge difference between Trump and all the other candidates from both major parties over the last several decades is that he insisted on running the country as a going concern with the intention of turning a profit perpetually, instead of simply liquidating and divvying up its capital among worthless parasites.

  122. This dilution of voting power argument is for suckers.

    When there are only ten voters, marginal influence is -.010. So-so.

    When there are 200M voters, MI falls to 2.5 x 10^-17, i.e. your vote doesn’t matter.

    • Replies: @Jenner Ickham Errican
  123. AndrewR says:
    @Achmed E. Newman

    As I’ve pointed out before, one doesn’t have to frame the entire thing in white victimhood. It’s useful – and true – to point out that blacks and reds (two groups which, if anything, have more right to the US than whites do) are harmed by open borders.

    Especially reds. Will the Cherokee and Chippewa ever get their old land back if the borders stay open? Liberals don’t really care about any group but Jews, of course, but they will at least pretend to care about non-white groups. Pointing out how something harms whites will just be met with sadistic attacks. Libs don’t even pretend to care about whites, so they can’t be accused of hypocrisy. Pointing out how something harms blacks or reds will invite at least some cognitive dissonance among libs.

  124. Tucker did a good job expanding the Overton window in that clip and prior. But there are other contributing factors other than “those damned wiley Democrats are at it again!” boomercon bait to be discussed with regard to the demographic shift.

    Libertarian types are responding “so, it doesn’t really bother me if whites are shrinking as a percentage of the population – it’s just because whites are educated and when you get educated you delay having kids.” They’re casting the phenomenon as a choice, and especially one made by the internalization of feminism by white women who think that a middling degree in sociology from a large State University with an 80% acceptance rate followed by ten years of aimless cubicle farm in medium sized regional city toiling away for peanuts as fungible producer-consumer units is a fulfilling existence rather than what is propagandized to them in every form of media. Carrying a substantial debt load for four plus years of a “college experience” is also a contributor to delayed marriage and childbearing by making household formation more expensive.

    [MORE]

    Large scale multinational, multicultural, and multiracial immigration is destabilizing and unsustainable. It is particularly so when the immigrants and their children are immediately given preferential treatment over the core native population because they qualify for de jure and de facto preferences in hiring/contracting/subsidized lending/admissions to educational institutions due to minority racial status. This is before accounting for the effect of immigration-caused labor surpluses have upon wages/compensation and working conditions (as we know, this is no longer simply at the bottom, no skilled sector), and the correlating effect that immigrants’ demand for the basic commodities of a middle class life (i.e., housing, health care) has on the cost of entry to the middle class. The conditions into which these racial and outsider preferences are heaped are: 1) long term de-industrialization and offshoring of manufacturing; 2) hollowing out of middle class communities; 3) decreased social trust and participation in non-governmental “mediating institutions” of mutual aid and benefit; and, 4) an opioid and substance abuse pandemic.

    Further, elite opportunities not reserved for minorities are now substantially all captured by legacies/elites and Tiger-mothered, cram-schooled Asian grinders, so the talented children of the white working class essentially have no shot at becoming part of the Ruling Class and thereby voicing its concerns in the places of power. See, for example, the phasing out of standardized aptitude testing as a competitive advantage in favor of the scions of the ruling class (and a means of obscuring the gross favoritism shown to non-white, non-Asian applicants to elite institutions).

    To put a cherry on top, the news and entertainment media then engage in constant campaigns of white humiliation, moral flagellation and denigration. Blacks beat Asians in the streets, and we are lectured that this is a product of White Supremacy.

    All of this is to say that the demographic shift is not an organic phenomenon, it is not neutral and is certainly not beneficent. It is the product of collusion between generally large business interests which benefit from cheap labor or labor arbitrage and a correlating ever-expanding consumer market on the one hand (the Chamber of Commerce’s clients), and the patrons of the U.S. welfare state on the other itself in search of an ever-expanding base of pliable clients. As we have seen recently, these two constituencies – although perceived to be in conflict – are now likely fused together.

    We’re having our nation abolished so that capital interests can import the third world in order to cut down our trees for cut rate labor costs, turn the pulp into toilet paper, and then sell the toilet paper to an expanding number of foreign asses for the sake of eternal quarterly growth. The new Americans will of course exercise their franchise in trade for bread and circuses while preventing any challenge to the hegemony of the privileged ruling class.

    • Thanks: New Dealer
  125. Dmon says:
    @Jonathan Mason

    “The Republicans have had control of the House, Senate, Supreme Court, and the White House within the last 4 years with such disastrous results that a record number of voters turned out in November to give them the boot.”

    What a disaster! Implementation of sane policies at the southern border (to the extent possible in the face of massive bipartisan opposition), first real rise in wages for the bottom 20% in half a century, a few more American jobs, end of NAFTA being used as a Chinese loophole to dodge tariffs, stabilization of long-festering foreign policy problems in the middle east and Korean peninsula, no new wars. In short, a massive alliance of its’ sworn enemies was briefly and slightly impeded in its’ all-out effort to hasten the collapse of western civilization and the leading country thereof.

  126. Thomasina says:
    @AndrewR

    “No. He’s unquestionably a coward because he isn’t calling out because he pretends the GOP isn’t on board. Even leaving the racial aspect out in order to avoid undeniable allegations of racial prejudice, the GOP and big corporations love immigration because they tend to work for less money.”

    Tucker HAS called out the GOP, the big corporations, the Chamber of Commerce, Big Ag, etc. He knows both sides of the aisle are to blame.

    I’m sure Tucker could go on for hours, but he’s only got so much time every night, and by the looks of it, he’s only getting started. He had on Senator Josh Hawley last night. Hawley is going to try to get enough support to go after the monopolies (Big Tech, media, banks), break them up. Tucker wished him good luck, said he understood why they’re going after Hawley, and then asked Hawley to let him know what senators were not wanting to go along.

    There are many on this comment board who, when someone does something good, it’s never enough, or they didn’t do it the right way. Makes you seriously wonder if they’re truly on side or whether they are quite happy with the status quo and want to pull down and discredit anyone who tries to do something.

    Tucker is a coward for saying what he said? You had better watch last night’s program again. Who else has even come close to saying what he said? He should be highly commended.

    Go Tucker!

    • Agree: YetAnotherAnon, ziggurat
    • Replies: @e
    , @Alden
  127. @JohnnyWalker123

    Yes young master Carlson is working out just fine. In the last days of Bill O’Reilly I despaired that there was no obvious successor in the FOX News lineup. But then Tucker took off his bow tie and put on his big boy pants and – the king is dead – long live the king.

    • Replies: @JohnnyWalker123
  128. @Dian 'the AA Mathemagcian' Abbot

    “You’ve heard a lot lately about the necessity of Black political power. In California, that power is evaporating due to mass immigration.”

    Once the White middle class and economically middle class working class have been disposed of, they are next. At least that’s how I read the situation.

  129. Anonymous[199] • Disclaimer says:
    @Dave Pinsen

    I thought it was hilarious when Lachlan thanked Greenblatt for the ADL award they gave to Pops; a real passive-aggro slice of mau-mau life right there… Greenblatt looked especially impotent when replying, “Well, we wouldn’t give him the award now!” If the ADL starts publicly rescinding its own promotional material, like a newspaper printing corrections, the pupils will be edified.

    • Agree: Dave Pinsen
  130. Trinity says:

    It really goes far beyond voting power. FORCED ASSIMILATION IS A FORM OF GENOCIDE.

    Face it, “the migrants” are breeding machines and Whites are not at the moment. So many Whites out there ( baby boomers) who fell for the “population control” narrative back in the day and never even had kids or who only had 1-2 children. I am happy to say that I am starting to see more younger Whites deciding to have babies, well at least where I live, don’t know about the rest of the country.

    • Agree: ben tillman
  131. @anonymous

    As much as I like and admire both Steve and Tucker, this is a conclusion that would be reached by any honest person simply observing reality. And it’s not coincidental that both Steve and Tucker (and I) are all native Californians who remember how California used to be.

  132. @John Derbyshire

    @Achmed E. Newman

    You & me both, Achmed:

    “A Tucker Carlson run for president in 2024? Permit me to make a bold prediction. At some point in the next four years, probably even next year, Tucker Carlson will be deplatformed. He may even lose his bank account.”
    [Last graf here https://www.johnderbyshire.com/Opinions/USPolitics/dirtyelection.html ]

    Derb – this may happen, but it would almost certainly have an opposite effect upon Carlson’s popularity in that deplatforming by media/Big Tech would be interpreted as evidence that those institutions fear what Carlson has to say. Maybe the lesser Murdochs are trying to move Fox towards MSNBC, but Tucker picking up stakes and landing somewhere else would devastate Fox financially. Would they really take such a hit to the golden-egg-laying goose they’ve inherited? (spoiled brat scions have done such things, but still . . .)

    Thus far, we’ve only had full-spectrum deplatforming for actual, explicit Holocaust enthusiasts (who may themselves be “glow in the dark” operatives).

    Unless the powers that be can eliminate things like web hosting, Tucker will have some sort of platform to which loads of interested people will migrate. He’d get a big boost from the attempted cancellation.

    • Replies: @Brutusale
  133. @AndrewR

    Tucker takes on the ADL for their hypocrisy on live TV in 2021. That is no coward.

    • Agree: Alden, ziggurat
    • Thanks: JohnnyWalker123
  134. Thomasina says:
    @Hateful Hornytoad

    CRONY capitalism has failed us. Crony capitalism allows powerful monopolies, tax havens, the buying of politicians, the rigging of elections, the offshoring of jobs, manufactured inflation through endless money printing, gross inequality, corruption everywhere, corporate ownership of the people, media in the hands of six corporations.

    It is because of the above that capitalism has been destroyed. The people have been lied to, truth has been omitted or twisted.

    The corporate and financial elite control the country. They must be removed, all of them.

  135. bucky says:
    @AnotherDad

    You and I both know that is not going to happen ever. If you want to rely on your magical time machine, then why not go back to the first slave ships and prevent any African migration at all?

    More importantly, the elite know that the clock cannot be turned back. The only way is forward.

    Latino migration is not the reason why for the blackification of everything.

    For a brief period there was a flourishing of Latin American sensibilities in American pop culture, Selina and Gloria Estefan and Shakira. I would gladly prefer to hear Latin American music over the airwaves vs the current state of pop music which is all programmed hip hop junk.

  136. Anonymous[199] • Disclaimer says:
    @Achmed E. Newman

    I’ve met guys from Mumbai, Mombasa, and Manila who are far more reactionary than any run-of-the-“right-wing”-mill European, Polish-inflected or otherwise. Self-delusion and romantic liberalism are inherent vices of the continent. I am surprised Pat Buchanan did not do more speaking engagement on the Lagos business-traveler circuit, they love that “amen corner” real talk. Europeans have also made Israel softer…

  137. F. Galton says:
    @utu

    Good points, but I think your binary Democrat/Republican discussion is a bit too cynical and too simple.

    Here’s a model of American politics for your consideration:

    Quadrant 1, upper left = Democrat Establishment
    Q2, upper right = Republican Establishment
    Q3, lower right = working class, middle class, and some upper middle class conservatives
    Q4, lower left = the unwashed, and typically swarthy masses

    The problem for those of us in Q3 (and I think it’s fair to say that the Unz Review comments section is a Q3 space), is that we don’t trust the Q2s because we suspect they’ll just change to a Q1 when it’s convenient, like they’re changing a coat. You’re saying Tucker is an opportunistic Q2 – fair enough; I believe he does come from an old stock, wealthy WASP family. But let’s give Tucker a chance and be skeptical rather than cynical. This comes up a lot, but the solution is for the Q3s to seize control of the Republican party from the Q2s, or create their own party. Tucker’s message is supporting this cause, so I say roll on, Tucker. Keep speaking truth to power!

    I agree with those that have said that Tucker is reading iSteve. Well done, Mr. Sailer. You are the most influential writer that hardly anybody has heard of.

    And lastly, Tucker’s a huge money maker for Fox, so if they boot him he’ll be on another network by 5pm that day. It’d take a dead girl or a live boy to get him off the air at this point.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  138. @Bucky

    In my town, it’s no blacks shooting anybody, a white occasionally shooting his mother-in-law, and one Hispanic killing one Hispanic every day of the year.

  139. SafeNow says:

    I watched Tucker’s “Replacement” explanation in full last night. He begs the question of what replacement means. (And I do mean begging the question, not raising the question.) Tucker defned “replacement” as “replacing X’s votes with Y’s votes.” (Caldwell calls imported voters “reinforcements.”) Tucker stops there. There was no detailing of WHAT actual things the reinforcements, the vote-diluters, would actually vote for.

    Apart from things voted for, the other unsayable: Describing the cultural and proficiency differences possessed by the replacers. Mr. Trump dared to say “not sending their best people.” Not so Tucker. These qualities are quite contagious, and erode the culture and proficiency of those who were here before. “Good enough” becomes prevalent. Examples abound. Roger Ebert used to say that you don’t hire Fred Astaire and then strap a piano to his back. The US is strapping a piano (the second one) to its back.

    • Replies: @ATBOTL
  140. @Jonathan Mason

    Economic growth demands a growing population

    How long can that go on? It’s not an eternal, sustainable solution. Do you want to turn Earth into human feeding troughs? Even then there will eventually be no more room at the empty troughs.

    • Agree: S. Anonyia
    • Replies: @anon
  141. Thomasina says:
    @Jonathan Mason

    “At least if a majority of people are disgusted with the government they can try somebody else.”

    I’m guessing you didn’t see the last election. Do you honestly believe that Biden won? Honestly? The United States is a republic, not a democracy. You might be allowed to cast a vote (for the two people who are chosen beforehand by the elite), but you are definitely not allowed to question the vote-counting.

    Both the Republicans AND the Democrats wanted the outcome they got – Biden – who will further the cause of globalism and corporate domination.

    • Agree: Buzz Mohawk
  142. Ron Unz says:
    @kihowi

    Conservatives watch the horse disappear over the horizon and start a tentative discussion on stable doors.

    The major conservative attack on high immigration levels was launched almost exactly thirty(!) years ago when Peter Brimelow published his 13,000 word cover story in National Review, then by far America’s most influential conservative publication.

    During those subsequent three decades, Republicans—often “rightwing Republicans”—have mostly controlled the Senate and the House, and also held the White House nearly half the time. Trump largely won his presidency based upon that issue.

    But also during those three decades, immigration levels have greatly increased, so that the numbers over the last few years would have seemed almost inconceivable back in 1992. Therefore, with a few small exceptions here and there, it’s clear that the anti-immigration side has suffered thirty years of almost endless defeats.

    Regardless of whether their goals were correct or incorrect, I think the most plausible conclusion from this reality is that the anti-immigration side just hasn’t been very competent or has been following the wrong political strategy or that the political battle was always hopeless. Or perhaps some combination of all three.

    I prefer not to blow my own horn, but consider the contrasting case of Spanish-almost-only “bilingual education,” which had been a comparably important public issue at that the same time.

    It had been around for decades, was growing very rapidly, and was considered so powerfully entrenched as to be totally invulnerable. But I saw its weak point, and starting in spring 1997, I broke its back in just twelve months, then spent another few years in smaller mopping up actions. As a result, “bilingual” mostly vanished so long ago that many commenters on this thread probably only have the vaguest notion that it had ever once even existed.

    https://www.onenation.org/

  143. Zorost says:

    It’s great that so many conservatives are figuring out that we are being replaced. 30 years too late to do anything about it, but at least you all are catching up. There will be no more Republican presidents due to demographic change plus rampant unpunished voter fraud, so we cannot vote our way out of this. Part of their plan is to send turd world immigrants to all white states to turn them non-white, which they are already doing, so moving away will not solve the problem.

    I wonder how long it will take conservatives to figure out the only solution to this mess. Hopefully not another 30 years

  144. @John Derbyshire

    My perusal of Tucker google search results this morning has CNN, Washington Post, Huffington Post and The Hill at the top of the page with associated white supremacist rhetoric.

    They have no need to debate or refute him. Simply label it white supremacist then ignore/censor all substance.

    • Agree: Polistra
  145. unwoke says:

    “To be more clear about the phrasing, in the ten presidential elections from 1952 through 1988, LBJ in 1964 was the only Democrat to carry California.
    The streak ended in 1992, before the Proposition 187 election of 1994 that is always blamed for Republican troubles.”

    How ironic that LBJ was the only Dem to carry Cal in those golden years. And the very next year after that lopsided ’64 election, LBJ put pen to the Immigration & Nationalization Act which changed America forever. At the time, most voters in California or around the rest of the country probably didn’t realize how fateful that bill was. If they had worries, Johnson sought to reassure them, commenting: This bill that we will sign today is not a revolutionary bill. It does not affect the lives of millions. It will not reshape the structure of our daily lives, or really add importantly to either our wealth or our power…For it does repair a very deep and painful flaw in the fabric of American justice. It corrects a cruel and enduring wrong in the conduct of the American Nation” Whether LBJ was lying again as he was wont to do or he really believed it, it didn’t turn out that way. So California probably paved the way for its own decline by making an exception in its voting pattern in that ’64 election. Much of California’s, & the rest of the nation’s Replacement problems come from illegal immigration, but changes in legal immigration policy set the tone. And that ’64 election marked the turning point.

  146. @John Derbyshire

    If that happens then I hope Ron will give him a home here.

  147. jamie b. says:
    @Achmed E. Newman

    …see if he can become a non-stupid, non-egotistic, principled version of Donald Trump.

    And gawd, is that really asking too much?

  148. @Bardon Kaldian

    Exhibit C: The Union of Socialist Soviet Republics. Other than the Stans, that was a white society. How’d that work out for them for 70 years? Socialism is a precursor to Communism.

    See, Bardon, you are right and wrong too, or is that Jared Taylor?

    No, immigrants from Europe are NOT into Jefferson, which is the problem, and they are probably not into Columbus. (Yes, Mozart and Edison) The Swedes and Germans that came 140-100 years ago were not either, nor were the Italians and Irish. That was a problem. It took a half-century of assimilation to get them sorta with the program on liberty, as it was. Try that with Somalians. (With them and the Pakis, you confuse anarchy with a free society – or Jared does. Too bad he/you don’t get that one thing.)

    No doubt I’d take 1980s Denmark over Somalia or Pakistan. However, I’d take 1980s America over any Socialist society.

    • Replies: @Bardon Kaldian
  149. e says:
    @anonymous

    In fairness to Carlson, he DOES read sociology, and is particularly conversant in what Charles Murray and Heather MacDonald have written. In fact, the latter has been his guest many times over the years.

    That he reads Sailer wouldn’t surprise me at all. Good for him if he does, but let’s understand that a buy like Lou Dobbs has been on the subject even when years and years ago he was on CNN, when CNN was not the total mouthpiece for the CIA and the corporations that they are now.

  150. northeast says:
    @22pp22

    Lou Dobbs has that courage, and look where he is now…gone!

  151. @Buzz Mohawk

    Sounds good to me.

    Though I assume Tucker would have to select a Trump (Don Jr.?) as vice president.

    • Replies: @Mr. Anon
  152. @Hateful Hornytoad

    Look to China if you want to see why,




  153. Wilkey says:
    @Jonathan Mason

    7. Democracy requires that at any time approximately half the population allows itself to be governed by a a political party that it did not vote for.

    A successful democracy has safety valves. The first and most important safety valve is that most of the power in a democracy is delegated to the individual. We have the rights of free speech, religion, assembly, property, to share our views with the public (i.e., the press), and to make major life choices – including how our children are educated.

    The Left would deny us most of those rights.

    The second major safety valve is, when decisions cannot be made my the individual, to move the authority to a level as close to the individual as possible. That would be the city, county, or state governments.

    But when you see all of the pressure placed on local government decisions from the federal government or business, which is increasingly oligarchic and “multinational” in character, the local governments don’t have much power, either. Georgia does not have the power to set perfectly reasonable election laws, and Arkansas doesn’t have the power to protect children from Dr. Mengele.

    People in a single nation can live more or less harmoniously when (and only when) they allow people in different jurisdictions to live under different laws. If St. Louis doesn’t want to have police then fine, let them do without police. They just need to stop attacking places like Ferguson which would prefer to not let the inmates run the asylum.

    8. The Republicans have had control of the House, Senate, Supreme Court, and the White House within the last 4 years with such disastrous results that a record number of voters turned out in November to give them the boot.

    Oh, FFS.

    Things were going quite well, actually, until China unleashed COVID on us and the Democrats decided to fan the flames of Mogadishu-apolis.

    Illegal immigration was down and real wages for the working class were up for the first time in decades. Trump did not even attempt to start a single war.

    • Agree: Ron Mexico
  154. @Mr. Anon

    The DACA issue was caused by an illegal executive order issued by Obama. The way to solve the issue was to issue a new executive order rescinding the previous one, and telling the courts to stuff it if they ruled that he couldn’t do it and reply that the President’s job is to execute the law and that he would forthwith start doing so.

    Hear! Hear!

  155. @Currahee

    Yes, and for the life of me I cannot understand why commenters here keep trashing Tucker for not bringing up the JQ or inherent black criminality/anti social behavior. Might as well demand he talk about the brain volume of each race.

    Yeah, he’s real cowardly for trying to inch the Overton Window near single handily. Meanwhile the real heroes comment anonymously on an obscure blog. Give me a break.

  156. @Achmed E. Newman

    I worry most about letting in people from Norway. Look how they wrecked Minnesota.

  157. Wilkey says:
    @Ron Unz

    But also during those three decades, immigration levels have greatly increased, so that the numbers over the last few years would have seemed almost inconceivable back in 1992.

    If you simply asked to return immigration levels to pre-1990-ish levels of immigration you would be called a racist. People simply do not grasp how massively the immigration rates have grown since 1990. The 2000s saw more illegal immigrants than we had in total immigration, legal and illegal, in the 1970s and early 1980s.

    And those of us living in the West, who are apparently beginning yet another era of drought, are on the frontlines. California’s population has more than doubled since 1970. Colorado’s and Idaho’s are up over 150%. Utah’s has more than tripled. Arizona’s has quadrupled. Nevada’s has sextupled. Yet God isn’t giving us any more water.

    And the pace of immigration is only increasing. We could see as many as 2 million illegal immigrants this year, if Resident Biden continues at the rate he’s going. That’s on top of the 1.5 million or so legal immigrants Biden wants to bring in.

    If legal and illegal immigration hit 3 million this year – not at all an unlikely number – we would have more immigrants than the populations of 15 US states – including Arkansas, Kansas, or Mississippi.

    • Replies: @Ron Unz
  158. @John Derbyshire

    As I indicated earlier, last year around this time I figured him to be ousted by January of this year. I still think that at some point in the future he will go the way of his predecessor, O’Reilly, who now spends time peddling his books. The difference is that if/when Tucker is sacked, his curtain will continue to stay very much aloft.

  159. @Dieter Kief

    But this is Tucker the biggest star of cable news, he has blasted the Overton window and now the replacement theory can be discussed openly by Republican Politicians without getting shitcanned as Steve King did. This’s huge let’s see what the ADL/MSM does I have a feeling that they know that to get into a fight over this gives Tucker’s polemic more credibility and they might just ignore it.

    I predict that some women will come forward and try to me too him but it won’t work because that weapon has been abused so much that it has lost all credibility. I hope that Tucker doesn’t have many skeletons in his closet.

    • Replies: @Dieter Kief
    , @ATBOTL
  160. Wilkey says:
    @John Derbyshire

    Tucker Carlson will be deplatformed. He may even lose his bank account.

    At which point his income would be amply supplemented by envelopes stuffed with $100 bills, by me and countless other Americans. And if the Post Office stopped delivering them we would drive to wherever it is he lives to deliver them ourselves.

    And yes, John, I sent you money when NRO unjustly fired you, and I have sent Steve money, as well. I don’t care that both of you are probably richer than me. You deserve every damn penny of it.

    Tucker Carlson will not be deplatformed. We will see to that.

    • Replies: @Matthew Kelly
    , @Corvinus
  161. Anon[337] • Disclaimer says:
    @Anonymous

    Yes, well put.
    For more, see the first part of Douglas Murray, The Strange Death of Europe. (Everyone ought to know about that book, but maybe someone out there doesn’t.)

  162. @Jonathan Mason

    7. Democracy requires that at any time approximately half the population allows itself to be governed by a a political party that it did not vote for.

    It also requires the party in power not to think it has the authority to plunder and/or exterminate those who did not vote for them. Otherwise known as limited power and constitutional rights. The Democrats are now seriously failing that test.

    Their position is that of Erdogan. Democracy is a trolley car. You take it where you want to go then get off.

    • Replies: @Jonathan Mason
  163. Brutusale says:
    @Bucky

    Replacing blacks with Hispanics only changes the type of crime. Instead of assault and murder you get DUI/vehicular homicide and statutory rape.

    • Replies: @Bucky
  164. “Some party hack decreed that the people had lost the government’s confidence and could only regain it with redoubled effort.

    If that is the case, would it not be be simpler, If the government simply dissolved the people
    And elected another?”

    We note that the defamers among the ADL pushed for the 1965 Hart-Celler act, aka import the turd world immigration reform, ‘cuz ‘murka too white.

    Israel – do as we say, not as we do.

    • Replies: @Hibernian
  165. @ben tillman

    As Mr. Unz himself proved, increasing hispanic immigration which pushed out black populations had the effect of lowering crime. Hispanics are often unfairly demonized. They have a functional culture and are good additions to America.

    They are not a good addition. In the aggregate, they consume more than they produce.

    The overclass is determined to make up these losses with volume!

  166. Anonymous[362] • Disclaimer says:
    @Ron Unz

    It had been around for decades, was growing very rapidly, and was considered so powerfully entrenched as to be totally invulnerable. But I saw its weak point, and starting in spring 1997, I broke its back in just twelve months, then spent another few years in smaller mopping up actions. As a result, “bilingual” mostly vanished so long ago that many commenters on this thread probably only have the vaguest notion that it had ever once even existed.

    Why do you oppose bilingual education? I don’t necessarily disagree with your position but am interested to know the reasons for it.

    Do you see it making a comeback now, through charter schools?

  167. @Wilkey

    I’d have to imagine TPTB might be concerned that should they deplatform Tucker, it will only make him more powerful. Thanks to guys like Unz and whoever’s running Substack, he’ll still have a place to “spew his racist vitriol” or whatever–this time, sans as the hall monitors at Fox News. And if even only a fraction of his large audience follows him to one of these places, just imagine what other hate-facts they might be exposed to! Can’t have that.

  168. MB says: • Website
    @Hateful Hornytoad

    “Nothing wrong with socialism – capitalism has failed us. Look to China if you want to see why, or any hollowed out rural town in the South or Mid-West.”

    Snicker.
    Can we please distinguish between the appearance of capitalism, i.e. fascism and capitalism?
    Beginning with the Fed Reserve which price fixes the value of money.
    IOW crony capitalism ain’t capitalism. It’s corporatism or big business in bed with big govt. (Yo, we lookin’ at you, Amazon with your sweetheart deals with the US Post Ofc. Likewise Google started out with govt. money and a contract.)

    Not only does Socialism not work, it can’t work because “Thou shalt not steal” is a constant and any economic system built upon theft will end up cannibalizing itself if not flaming out in trying to take over a world of limited economic resources.

    Just because Bernie and Elizabeth have some genuine criticisms of the present system doesn’t mean that the same is what they say it is, and therefore the solution is more of the same govt. meddling in the economy which got us there in the first place.

    • Agree: El Dato, Mark G.
    • Replies: @Mr. Anon
  169. @Ron Unz

    Mr. Unz, with due respect, I want to point out that it seems disingenuous here for you to conflate Conservatives with Republicans. You follow politics, so I don’t see that as confusion. Maybe you are just using the common term, meaning making the common mistake that many Americans do, confusing the GOP with actual Conservative.

    You started with Peter Brimelow. Yes, he saw this issue as existential early on, and he is an actual Conservative. Mr. Brimelow is not a high official (or any, for that matter) in the US Feral Government. Let’s look at the Executive branch: The last Conservative even RUNNING for that office, with big arguments I want to leave out about Old Ronnie*, was Barry Goldwater, and the American people screwed up royally in 1964! Prior to that, how far do you have to go, before anyone on this thread was born, I would say.

    Then the legislative has never had an overwhelming GOP majority, one that could override Clinton vetoes, just as an example, and never an actual Conservative majority at all. That Contract with America deal, left to rot by Newt, was the last hope I ever saw in a Conservative legislative branch.

    There were no big defeats to the anti-immigration side, because we were never let into the battle to begin with.

    .

    * I maintain that Ronald Reagan was a true Conservative, at least when he got into office. He made 2 very large boo-boos based on trust in the other side, one being his signing of the 1986 amnesty bill.

  170. @John Derbyshire

    John, Tucker is not invincible and, sure, he’s clearly in the crosshairs of a whole bunch of the crazed wokesters.

    But he has a better than even chance, I would argue, of surviving the assault.

    1. He has both an instinctive of conscious sense of where he can push, and how he can “modulate.” It’s a unique talent.

    2. He fights back. He will not allow the specious arguments to derail him. He aggressively goes after the attackers with strong arguments. He puts the opposition on defensive.

    3. His personal life is impeccable. There will be no sexual harassment issues and such like.

    4. Above all, he is indispensable to Fox News. Without him, they become much weaker. It would take a gigantic gaffe or amazingly out of character utterance for him to be in danger. He also takes positions that management agrees with.

    So yeah, it could happen, but I put my money on No.

  171. TWS says:
    @Achmed E. Newman

    Indians are counted in the census. It’s part of how they get federal funds

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
  172. @Achmed E. Newman

    I have a problem following your train of thoughts.

    As someone who grew up in a Communist country, I can assure you it had nothing with Socialism of the Scandinavian (or German, whatever) type. These are democratic states where you are-or have been – free to express yourself; you got free elections.The best thing is a welfare state- Socialism is, in European sense of the word- a welfare state.

    In Communism, you were living in some kind of stupid dictatorship no one believed in. All political processes were framed, you were lied to in your face & not free to say anything about controversial issues (which differed from country to country). True, there were pockets of liberty, but still… I poked fun at Marxism in high school, but I was unharmed because my philosophy prof was a magnanimous man. For instance:

    Prof: Well, what do you think about writing an assignment on Lenin’s Materialism and Empiriocriticism?

    Me: No way, I’ve read it and it’s worthless. Lenin is third rate as a philosopher.

    Prof (theatrically, addressing the whole class): Do you hear him! Do you hear him!

    Me: Lenin is dull. Give me something more demanding.

    Prof (resigned): OK, you pick.

    Me: How about Bloch’s The Principle of Hope? That’s Marxist.

    Prof (glowing): Alright, go.

    It turned out I made a mistake. Lenin was bad, but at least readable. Bloch was atrociously free-associating rubbish, with virtually everything not wrong- but silly, absurd, easy to ridicule. In my presentation I pointed out some supposedly good stuff, threw in some Heidegger and religion, and cautiously referred to Bloch’s mistakes about physics. And then, it was over & we were all happy.

    A few decades earlier, and with a different teacher- I would have been expelled from a gymnasium.

    You just don’t confuse Socialism with Communism. These are worlds apart.

    As regards white immigrants- they have always, historically, been disseminators of European culture. Even now, all people I know are simply Western in their habits of thought, sympathies, knowledge, mental focus…. It is true they don’t know much about American history, but they are not anti-American. Nobody in his sane mind is against Columbus; true, people idolize Indians, but these are Indians from German 19th C fantasies; in contemporary Kulturkampf, no one of sane mind thinks that whites are guilty, while browns & blacks are “noble” or righteous; no one thinks, seriously, that- women are oppressed, it’s good to be gay, there is a systemic racism preferring whites; white culture is “toxic”; masculinity is “toxic”- actually, hardly anyone thinks of masculinity. If you are a man, that’s who you are; if woman- also.

    So I think you are very wrong re what most Europeans- even considering differences between east & west- think. Radical feminism, negrolatry, “toxic” blah blah, human resources (hahhha….what a stupid idea), hate speech (hahhhah), …

  173. BSDN says:

    Tucker’s comments are priceless, as well the further discussion of them.
    Ron and Steve deserve many thanks for providing that.
    Donation/pittance sent.

  174. e says:
    @Thomasina

    Agreed.

    Carlson has called out both parties.

    Remember, he does work for a company, Fox, which wanted Trump and his anti-global, anti-illegal immigration policies, defeated.

  175. epebble says:
    @Travis

    You have to be careful in comparing population statistics from 1970 to 2020. A lot of “White” population has been reclassified as “Other races”, “Two or more races” and “Hispanics” in 2020. The decrease that you see is not so much real as an artifact of “running away from whiteness”. There were very tangible benefits in identifying oneself as White in 1970 (and disadvantage/ unpleasantness in being non-white); The situation is reverse now.

  176. @Paperback Writer

    “This will not end well.”
    Not end well for who / whom?

    • Replies: @Paperback Writer
  177. @Travis

    Good point about white fertility

    Even if immigration was reduced to zero the demographics of America will continue to become less white because the most fertile Americans are non-white, most white women are over 45 and no longer fertile while the majority of the non-whites are under the age of 30 and will remain fertile for many more years.

    While the US has 99 million white females only about 30 million of them are capable of getting pregnant and 10% of these females choose to mate with non-white males, thus white fertility would need to reach 2.6 births per female keep the white population stable, but white fertility rates are trending down each year. Without a white baby boom in the near future the white population will fall below 165 million in a few decades as the boomers die and whites will be just 40% of the US population as we approach 400 million Americans.

    • Replies: @Alden
    , @Jonathan Mason
  178. @Ron Unz

    Ron Unz says:

    Regardless of whether their goals were correct or incorrect, I think the most plausible conclusion from this reality is that the anti-immigration side just hasn’t been very competent or has been following the wrong political strategy or that the political battle was always hopeless. Or perhaps some combination of all three.

    I say:

    Thank you Mr Unz for the Unz Review but I think the Immigration Issue will be the wedge that pounds the snot out of the Ruling Class and I think the monetary extremism emanating from the Fed is a sign that the Ruling Class knows their hold on power is only purchased by buying off voter cohorts with electronically conjured up dollars. When the asset bubbles in stocks and bonds and real estate pop that will be when the Immigration Issue will be used to dislodge the JEW/WASP Ruling Classs from power.

    The JEW/WASP Ruling Class of the American Empire which controls the Republican Party and the Democrat Party has made mass legal immigration and mass illegal immigration the main battering ram and demographic weapon to attack and destroy the European Christian ancestral core of the USA and they have used all their power to keep the nation-wrecking immigration invasion floodgates open.

    The proud patriotic White Core Americans who have fought the mass immigration extremist fanatics in the JEW/WASP Ruling Class have done the best they could with the forces at their command.

    The battle is not ‘hopeless’ and the White Core Americans with any brains or ‘competence’ understand that the best political strategy is to dislodge the JEW/WASP Ruling Class from power using the Immigration Issue as a wedge to pound the snot out of the plutocrat slobs in the Ruling Class and their minions.

    White Core Americans who want to deport the upwards of 30 million illegal alien invaders and implement an immigration moratorium and deport as many foreigners as possible will win just like William the Conqueror won England and the JEW/WASP Ruling Class of the American Empire will suffer the fate of the Saxons who got their heads lopped off on Senlac Hill in the Battle of Hastings in 1066.

    The Reagan/Bush Republican Party must be demolished and the remnants of the Trump Republican Party must be obliterated.

    Trump has called for the USA to be invaded by mass legal immigration “in the largest numbers ever” and Trump refused to deport the 30 million illegal alien invaders in the USA.

    Trump won the 2016 Republican Party presidential nomination by using the Immigration Issue to crush the donor-controlled Republican Party politician whores such as Jebby Bush and Marco Rubio and Teddy Cruz and Trump used the Immigration wedge issue to rhetorically pound all kinds of Hell out of Hillary Clinton in the Great Lakes states crucial to Trump’s electoral college victory in the 2016 presidential election.

    [MORE]

    The only thing keeping the JEW/WASP Ruling Class of the American Empire in power is electronically conjured up dollars from the privately-controlled Federal Reserve Bank and when that goes the Immigration Issue will destroy and dislodge the JEW/WASP Ruling Class.

    The Ruling Class is in the last ditch and they are using monetary extremism — asset purchases, dollar swaps, balance sheet ballooning, zero interest rate policy, mortgage-backed securities purchases, government debt purchases, dot plots, jawboning, green smoke emanating from the New York Fed building to give some religiosity and mumbo-jumbo magic to the electronic conjuring up of cash and much more besides — to retain power and to remain in power and the asset bubbles are bubbling and they will pop.

    Depose the Ruling Class and deport the foreigners.

    This battle and war will be won by White Core America.

    Trump and the Trump Republican Party push nation-wrecking, sovereignty-sapping mass legal immigration and Trump and the rancid Republican Party refused to deport the 30 million illegal alien invaders in the USA when Trump and the rancid Republican Party had the chance.

    This is how you handle a JEW/WASP Ruling Class politician whore like Jebby Bush on the Immigration Issue:

  179. Slightly OT. Apparently, a portion of the electorate want no enforcement of law and 1984 surveillance instituted.

    https://www.nytimes.com/2021/04/13/opinion/letters/minnesota-police-killing.html?action=click&module=Opinion&pgtype=Homepage

    What to Do About Killings by the Police

    After the death of a second Black man, readers call for federal action and suggest ending most traffic stops.

    To the Editor:

    Re “Minnesota Police Kill Another Man as Tensions Build” (front page, April 13):

    President Biden is right to call for an investigation into the policing crisis. It should be done at the federal level. Whether the crisis is rooted in poor training, poor hiring practices, systemic racism or police paranoia, we, the citizens, have had enough.

    None of us are safe. Especially people of color. The police over the last few decades seem to have developed an us-against-the-world mentality, overly aggressive to the point of occasional brutality. The militarization of the police is partly to blame.

    Citizens are not the enemy. We should not be treated as if we are in an occupied country. Whether by executive order or rapid emergency legislation, immediate action is required.

    David Olson
    Portland, Ore.

    To the Editor:

    Let’s put an end to traffic stops. Traffic stops seem to be one of the most challenging jobs for the police and seemingly the most deadly for Black men. End these stops, unless the police are chasing violent criminals or dangerous driving moves.

    With a license plate number there’s a significant chance you can find whomever you’re looking for and send a summons or ticket in the mail.

    Stop arresting nonviolent offenders. No one wants his arms yanked behind his back, or being humiliated and barked at; no one wants to go to the police station or jail.

    I have never been questioned or arrested, but if the police approached me and started barking orders, didn’t tell me why, and started trying to put handcuffs on me, I’d probably fight back. It’s human nature. What should not be human nature is the repeated murder of unarmed Black men.

    Denise Roberts
    Atlanta

    To the Editor:

    I am sickened by the senseless killing of young Black citizens in America. Minor infractions are not so urgent as to warrant a stop, let alone an armed confrontation. Some creative thinking could reimagine the “pull over now” approach that instantly raises adrenaline levels.

    Link phone numbers to driver’s licenses so warning texts can be sent on the spot; follow up with summonses if there is no response. Flag a car by GPS and place a lock on the wheels later if the driver fails to cooperate in a timely manner.

    Editors’ Picks

    Trusting people to respond responsibly when given a fair chance could increase compliance, aid a shift in culture and reduce the frequency of potential conflicts.

    Will Rose
    Montpellier, France

    From Unbridled Democracy:

    The principal gift of Western Civilization to the world is not democracy. It is the rule of law. This is law based on reason and not emotion, prejudice, bias, or wishful thinking. Republics that are not fully democratic are the political entities most likely to establish the rule of reason through law.

  180. Anon7 says:

    It also bitterly divides communities, like the recently announced plan to move 250 illegal kids sent across the border to Albion, MI.

    Half the white people think it’s about being nice, and the other half think it’s about being replaced.

    If white people voted their own interests… oh, that’s why the Media/Dems/Lefties do it.

  181. AndrewR says:
    @AnotherDad

    Brasil has many problems, but they did elect a very nationalistic leader. A very corrupt one, yes, but a nationalist nonetheless.

    Brazilians have never obsessed over race like we do. Sadly, that is starting to change (obviously in a “woke” fashion), but overall Brazilians of all races are less racist than Americans. American-style self-hatred is almost unknown among Brazilian whites, while American whites have terminal self-hatred.

    I can see why you and many on this site do not love the apathy towards miscegenation that Brazilians have, but apathy is a lot better than thinking that it’s a moral duty.

  182. El Dato says:
    @Dave Pinsen

    The message is simple: it’s a moral failure to not take action against this hate.

    President Biden: Demand action from Tel Aviv now or forcefully impose a no-fly zone over Palestine!

  183. Alden says:
    @Jonathan Mason

    You are an excellent argument for closing the borders and deporting every person in this country not born here of 2 parents born here with all 4 grandparents born here

    In heraldic terms, 4 native born quarterings.

  184. ATBOTL says:

    Rest assured, the organized Jewish community is preparing a powerful, coordinated offensive against Tucker, that will play out across many domains. If you have followed Jewish power for decades, you notice a pattern. When organized Jews clash with someone, they are often caught flat footed and lose ground at first. But then a huge apparatus kicks into gear and the target comes under heavy attack from all directions. You see this phenomenon at times like the clash between AIPAC and George H. W. Bush after the Gulf War, or the second intifada, when sympathy for Palestinians was being aired in the media for a few months.

    • Agree: JohnnyWalker123
    • Replies: @Dave Pinsen
  185. anon[148] • Disclaimer says:
    @Sir Launcelot Canning

    Mason the Troll cannot explain economic growth in Japan. This should not surprise.

  186. @Grahamsno(G64)

    1) Skeletons are scary stuff. I don’t like them (cf. Robert Johnson, Devil at the Crossroads).
    2) It will be very interesting indeed, whether what you see coming – Republicans – – and other media people maybe? – – walking in TC’s footsteps – will happen.
    Ok, the ALD might avoid an open fight with TC in order to keep the flames low. But this tactic is risky on their side.

  187. @Joe Magarac

    I agree. There was no need to execute ALL of the Republican congressman and senators who supported the attempted coup d’etat. Just a few figureheads would have been enough to get the point across.

    • Replies: @Anon
  188. @Ron Unz

    Dear Mr. Unz,

    Thank you for the work you did to limit bi-lingual education. I have been aware of your work for as long as I have been reading UR, which is almost as long as the webzine has existed. I thank you even though I have not been a Californian since I was eight years old, because what you did had repercussions throughout America that last to this day.

    Truly, it is better for people to learn the language of their adopted country. My Transylvanian wife did this. By the time I dated her, her English was so good that I would have had trouble guessing where she was from. She spoke English, Hungarian and Romanian fluently. Alas, I still speak only English fluently, but I have learned some of the others from her.

    The Republican party does not seem to be much different from the Democrat party with regard to immigration.

    Truly, the two parties don’t seem to be very different at all, except in their strategies and tactics for gaining or holding power.

  189. @James J O'Meara

    The problem is Americans don’t want to pay the taxes other countries do. If a plan was out that was pay say, 6% of what you make, and we’ll cover most things until, say 75, I would support it. But most Americans wouldn’t. They really think someone else should pay, and they should have unlimited money spent on them, though not other people.

    • Replies: @Lockean Proviso
  190. @kihowi

    I believe it was Larry Auster from VFR who said (paraphrasing) that “A Conservative is only alert to the onrushing danger when it’s almost too late to do something about it, while a Reactionary senses the danger immediately and sounds the alarm.”

    Which is why I identify as a reactionary. After all, what part of the shitshow that is modern America do I wish to conserve- the Kardashian Krap on TV? Our joke of a Medical/Educational/Political system? Our fine cuisine? Our insufferable hipster twerps? The ongoing Third Worldization of our formerly great cities?

    • Agree: 3g4me
  191. @TWS

    I know, TWS. For you and Desiderius, I was making a lame joke there at the end. The original Constitution had this language (note it excludes Indians “not taxed”):

    Representatives and direct Taxes shall be apportioned among the several States which may be included within this Union, according to their respective Numbers, which shall be determined by adding to the whole Number of free Persons, including those bound to Service for a Term of Years, and excluding Indians not taxed, three fifths of all other Persons.

    • Replies: @Desiderius
  192. Alden says:
    @Firefinga

    Many thought the Rodney King riots quickly followed by the OJ acquittal was the Last Hurrah for black power. Almost 30 years ago and the blacks are roaring back.

    After The Rodney riots real estate prices in S California went way down. So TPTB started replacing their black pets uses against Whites with Hispanic Asian and Mideast pets used against Whites.

    The OJ trial convinced even a few communist Jewish White women that it’s wrong for a 10 out of 12 black jury to acquit a black man who murdered a woman and a Jewish man.

    But those events were almost 30 years ago. A new generation of White hating Whites is here. The White liberals who were outraged at the riots and the OJ trial have forgotten

    There will be no backlash. The demographic steam roller crushing Whites will continue. And conservatives will rant and rave against black and brown babies being aborted and other people’s tattoos and dyed hair.

  193. ATBOTL says:
    @Grahamsno(G64)

    Steve King had the worst possible way of talking about controversial issues. His strategy was to spit out incoherent word salads, full of ellipsis, as a way of not being pinned down on a non-PC position. He used a lot of colorful language too. The problem was this incoherent way of speaking made it easy to read all kinds of things into it.

    Tucker deploys a carefully measured ballet of baiting and cucking, in grammatically correct, lucid prose. He has been very tactical in not giving ammunition to the other side here.

  194. Bucky says:
    @Brutusale

    Umm, that also happens in black populations. In any event, it is preferable.

    Hispanics are also by and large more pleasant to work with.

    • Replies: @Brutusale
  195. Mr. Blank says:

    I like how he points out “they’re allowed to discuss this, but you aren’t.”

    That’s always been the most infuriating thing to me about immigration. The other side talks openly about their plans and goals, boasting about what they’re going to do. They don’t even attempt to hide it. Then they attack you because you noticed, and had the temerity to say, “hey, wait a minute, I’m not on board with this at all.”

    Then they’ll gaslight you and insist “nobody is saying” precisely the things they are on record as saying. If you try to spread the word to other people who might not agree with it, you’re spreading baseless “conspiracy theories.”

    That’s what largely changed my mind on the immigration issue: Witnessing the appalling level of dishonesty and bad faith coming from immigration advocates.

  196. @Bardon Kaldian

    Mr. Kaldian, I shouldn’t have started this argument here, so we can continue on a thread in which it applies more. My point was that we are not benefiting from the political mentality of 95% of the immigrants that come in. I include Euros in that. The exceptions are people that come in very small numbers, such as Buzz Mohalk’s wife, and seriously assimilate. Even then, you have your Jonathan Masons, from the Mother Country of the ideas of liberty and limited government for nearly a millennium, no less.

    • Thanks: Buzz Mohawk
  197. Currahee says:
    @ginger bread man

    Steve too toxic for prime time.

  198. Alden says:
    @Hernan Pizzaro del Blanco

    And how many White children do you have? None probably due to inability to do the deed. Or don’t you know it takes a man and a woman to make a baby? Probably not . Or at least a sperm an egg and a Petri dish. But an egg can’t make a baby by itself. A woman can’t make a baby with out a sperm.

    Do what my husband and his 2 brothers did. 11 White children and 17 grandchildren between the 3. And more grandchildren on the way.

    The MEN OF UNZ a very few probably have one or two White kids because that’s all they can afford. Most of the MEN OF UNZ don’t have children for various reasons. Repressed gay, poverty, ugly creepy weirdos no woman would go near. Can only get it up lurking outside middle schools leering at 12 and 13 year olds.

    Let’s have a childbearing contest. How many of the MEN OF UNZ have 2 or more White children? I’d estimate none, none at all. What percent of the White woman hating MEN OF UNZ are 60-90 years old and have no White children ? I estimate about 85 percent of the MEN OF UNZ have no children because of poverty, repressed gay, only interested in 11-16 year old girls whatever their fertility problem is.

    If you want more White children, do what my husband and I did. If, if you are physically, emotionally and financially capable. But you are not.

  199. @Dieter Kief

    It may not be the only reason individual Democrats support it, but as for the Democratic Party? Tucker’s exaggerating less than you seem to think: see Obama’s quiet termination of the “wet-foot/dry-foot” policy that granted preferential immigration status to some Cubans fleeing communism (note that this is a group conspicuously less likely to vote Democrat than most other refugee groups), 8 days before he left office.

    • Replies: @Dieter Kief
  200. Mark G. says:
    @AndrewR

    The citizens of the Third Reich were not free in many of the ways they had been during the Weimar Republic, but they were vastly more prosperous, and I dare say happier. As for safety, they were much safer from Soviet aggression in 1935 than in 1925.

    The German economy was faltering right before World War II with the German government starting to run large yearly deficits due to the combination of all the social welfare spending along with high levels of military spending. Hitler’s philosophy inevitably led him into an aggressive foreign policy that ended with a Soviet invasion that made the German people much less safe in 1945.

  201. mirror says:
    @Jonathan Mason

    A real waste of text. There is no response to the truth. Nice try

  202. Hibernian says:
    @this space for rent

    “Some party hack decreed that the people had lost the government’s confidence and could only regain it with redoubled effort.

    If that is the case, would it not be be simpler, If the government simply dissolved the people
    And elected another?”

    Bertolt Brecht

    • Thanks: Joe Magarac
  203. syonredux says:
    @Jonathan Mason

    2. Over the centuries, immigrants have almost totally replaced the indigenous population.

    If you mean Amerinds, they are the indigenous inhabitants of North America, not the USA. If you are talking about the USA, as recently as the 1970s, approx half the population was descended from people who were present in 1790.

  204. @Hernan Pizzaro del Blanco

    While the US has 99 million white females only about 30 million of them are capable of getting pregnant and 10% of these females choose to mate with non-white males..

    About 10 million of those choose to mate with other women, and about another 10 million are such that no man would want to mate with them due to their personality, so we are down to about 10 million.

    Obviously what is needed is a a plan for substantial financial rewards to be given to women who have children, BUT to qualify for the huge childbearing subsidy, both parents would have to pass a kind of prenatal IQ test and produce a marriage certificate.

    You could use the same test that they use for qualification for post office workers, just to make sure that it is non racial and then set the passing score high enough to eliminate Blacks and Hispanics, and low enough to eliminate Asians. Obviously a few ringers will still slip through the net, but you would still end up giving white birth rates a boost.

    This law would be called the Intelligent by Design law.

    • LOL: epebble
    • Replies: @Art Deco
    , @Corvinus
  205. Barnard says:
    @Achmed E. Newman

    Since Peter Brimelow was purged from National Review there had never even been close to majority in Congress in favor of the positions he holds on immigration. He would probably know a lot better than I would, but the high water mark for true immigration in both the House and Senate combined at any one time was probably never over 150. A lot of people running for Congress don’t care about immigration and would go along with whatever the party and big donors wanted as long as the could focus on issues that were more important to them.

  206. Mr. Anon says:
    @MB

    Can we please distinguish between the appearance of capitalism, i.e. fascism and capitalism? Beginning with the Fed Reserve which price fixes the value of money. IOW crony capitalism ain’t capitalism. It’s corporatism or big business in bed with big govt.

    Ah, I see, we are confusing true capitalism (perhaps we should call it scientific capitalism?) with actually existing capitalism. Real capitalism has never been tried.

  207. Mr. Anon says:
    @JohnnyWalker123

    Though I assume Tucker would have to select a Trump (Don Jr.?) as vice president.

    Why? We don’t need any more Trumps running for high office. There were too many Trumps in the public eye to begin with (we only voted for the one).

    After George H.W. Bush came “W”. After Bill Clinton came Hillary. After John Kennedy came Bobby and then Teddy.

    Dynasties don’t get better with time.

    • Replies: @JohnnyWalker123
  208. Mr. Anon says:
    @Travis

    Without Hart-Cellar we would not have had any caps on Mexican immigration. The end of the bracero program was actually a liberal reform that put an end to the systemic exploitation of Mexican workers. But once Hart-Celler went through, there were less than half as many visa slots allotted to the entire hemisphere as had been received in some previous years by Mexican migrants alone.

    So they just came illegally. Your contention is ludicrous. Hart-Cellar was no boon nor any improvement – it was the beginning of the subversion of our immigration policy.

    • Replies: @Travis
  209. ATBOTL says:
    @SafeNow

    Tucker cucked on the replacement being “not about race,” but the important part here is not what Tucker said initially, it’s the confrontation with ADL and AJC, ie the organized Jewish establishment.

    The real issue that Jewish power is mostly smoke and mirrors. If goyim simply ignore their whining and we don’t turn on each other, they can do nothing to stop us from taking our country back. Lachlan Murdoch standing up for Tucker is a huge event.

  210. Tucker Carlson for President.

    …whether he wants the job or not.

  211. @Patrick Boyle

    Honestly, I always felt Bill O’Reilly was a bozo. Tucker Carlson is just so much more insightful, smarter, and more original. He represents a vast improvement over O’Reilly.

  212. @Jonathan Mason

    ‘2. Over the centuries, immigrants have almost totally replaced the indigenous population.’

    If so, wouldn’t the moral be that we should take steps to keep it from happening to us as well?

  213. @War for Blair Mountain

    Baby steps.

    First, Tucker Carlson becomes president.
    Second, President Tucker Carlson ‘Red Pills’ the public.
    Third, the rot is removed from the public forum.
    Fourth, we win.

    • Agree: ziggurat
  214. O/T — New thread ?

    “Don’t Do That”: Reporters Tell Police Chief Not To Use The Term “Riot”

    https://jonathanturley.org/2021/04/13/dont-do-that-reporters-tell-police-chief-not-to-use-the-term-riot/#more-171817

  215. Not to take away Tucker’s thunder, but the great Pat Buchanan was passionately talking about all this 30 years ago.

    • Agree: Paul Jolliffe
    • Replies: @northeast
  216. Alden says:
    @Achmed E. Newman

    Are you familiar with Reagan’s way of upholding the most important conservative principles when he was governor of California.

    1 Homosexuality Reagan aggressively lobbied for, and happily signed one of the first state laws de criminalizing homosexuality.

    2 Abortion Raegan lobbies for, and happily signed making abortions much easier to get in California years before Roe vs Wade 1973.

    3 No Fault Divorce. Raegan lobbied for, and happily signed the No Fault Divorce Law, making it very easy and cheap to divorce. No attorney needed, just pay a small fee, fill out some papers, half a day waiting for your 15 minute appearance in front of a judge.

    I have no interest in other people’s abortions and divorces. But gays abortion and divorce seem to be an obsession with dam fool idiot conservatives.

    Raegan was Governor when the affirmative action law was passed. Did nothing to prevent it or prevent the Jews of California from filing and winning lawsuits that affirmative action state workers had to pass any sort of objective test.

    As President. Candidate Raegan promised to close down the federal department of education, a vile anti White abomination pushed through by Carter’s backers. Raegan could have easily have just closed it down by executive order The department was only a couple years old at the time. But Reagan broke a promise to all the dam fool conservatives who voted for him. Furthermore, closing the dept. of hate Whites education would have been very easy at the time.

    Reagan also signed a bill giving free medical care for anyone legal or not who showed up at any American emergency room. 1 remember that one very well. Because of a massive propaganda blast in every media outlet.

    Then the amnesty bill, the first of many. He, Grinch Jesse Helms and the rest promised that they would pursue the second part of the amnesty bill; strict border and labor law enforcement to punish and prevent the employment of illegals.

    Massive layoffs of all the White American men who created Silicon Valley technology and replacement by Asians and Indians.

    Conservatives are dam fool idiots who will believe anything.

    Raegan did end the inflation of the Carter years. The one good thing his administration did.

    Reagan was pro gay, pro abortion and pro easy divorce thus leading to single motherhood as governor. Those are the three things the conservatives care about the most isn’t it?

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    , @Hibernian
  217. @Abolish_public_education

    marginal influence

    Your formula only makes sense if all voters vote randomly, or unanimously, regardless of background. But they don’t. E.g., a greater proportion of non-Whites in the electorate means the Bill of Rights is increasingly in danger:

    https://www.unz.com/isteve/manifest-density/#comment-3434907 (#139)

  218. jon says:
    @Dave Pinsen

    Just checked Greenblatt’s Twitter. Still no response to Tucker’s latest bomb, but he does have one post calling out the anti-semitism of “dual-loyalty” charges, and another highlighting Memorial Day in Israel, honoring the country’s fallen soldiers.

  219. Simple: Poles tend to vote Republican.

    In the late 20th century, Polish-Americans were found to be the most Democratic-voting of white ethnic groups. (I don’t think Jews were included in the study; possibly some were counted as Poles.) This probably was explained by where they lived, the industries they worked in, and the unions to which they belonged; nothing specifically Polish. Poles coming directly from Poland would be less impressed by “I’m from the government and am here to help you.”

    Likewise, Russian Jews who came here in the ’80s and ’90s– the Yakov Smirnoff type– were far more likely to vote Republican than Russian-Jewish-Americans. For many years, Japanese-Americans in Hawaii were (and still are) Democrats, while those in California were Republican. (Japanese-Canadian-Americans, if Sen Hayakawa was any indication, even more so.)

    Democrats plan to change the population of the country. They’re no longer trying to win you over with their program. They’re obviously not trying to improve your life. They don’t even really care about your vote anymore. Their goal is to make you irrelevant.

    Again, this is not “replacement”, but swamping. What’s being replaced is the almost-half-or-so of the time Congress and the Presidency reflected you.

    By the way, Biden is the first president since Bush II with two American-born parents. He will soon enough be replaced by someone with no American-born parents. That would mean four American-born parents-of-presidents of four presidents in four (or, heaven-help-us, five or six) terms.

    This is most inappropriately appropriate. I.e., it fits our times. It’s the times themselves that are inappropriate.

  220. GSR says:
    @KenH

    Legal immigrants cannot vote or are not supposed to be able to. They are not citizens.

    • Replies: @New Dealer
  221. Anonymous[735] • Disclaimer says:
    @F. Galton

    You could at least label your quadrants properly.

    II. __________ I.

    III. _________ IV.

  222. Alden says:
    @Travis

    And how many White children do you have? None I’m sure. Have you ever done the deed that makes a baby? I doubt it.

    All the damage was done to Whites between 1953 Brown vs Topeka and 1973 Griggs vs Duke Power. In between were the 1964 civil rights for all but Whites act, the 1965 unlimited non White immigration act and 1968 act that made it illegal to hire Whites.

  223. jon says:
    @ginger bread man

    The “immigration for thee, but not for me” stance of most high profile jews/jewish orgs has been a meme on social media and the web for as long as we have had social media and the web. You just aren’t hanging out in dark enough corners, I guess. I don’t doubt that Tucker (or his writers) is reading iSteve, but this isn’t irrefutable proof.

  224. Art Deco says:
    @Jonathan Mason

    About 10 million of those choose to mate with other women, and about another 10 million are such that no man would want to mate with them due to their personality, so we are down to about 10 million.

    It’s hard to tell if you’re particularly serious here, but, just for the record, about 1.5% of the adolescent and adult female population is enmeshed in lesbianism at any one time, and unadulterated lesbianism is unusual. Women given to lesbianism switch back and forth while they can, more often than not.

  225. Corvinus says:

    “The Democrats are like a crooked corporate management conspiring with outsiders to boost their power by selling their allies stock too cheap, thus defrauding the current shareholders”.

    LOL. Mr. Sailer has a knack during tin cup time for amping up the rhetoric. Let us do some actual NOTICING, shall we?

    Newcomers arrive
    Newcomers are unwelcome
    Newcomers assimilate
    New newcomers arrive
    Old newcomers are unwelcome toward new newcomers
    Ad infinitum

    “Native-born Americans of every race and class are being systematically disenfranchised. We need to start talking about it”.

    Absolutely!

    https://thetriad.thebulwark.com/p/reading-the-republican-autopsy

    Meanwhile, Conservatism Inc. is doing its part to devalue and delegitimize democracy, seeding the ground for moving past both the popular vote and the Electoral College.

    The Big Lie is actually the biggest insight to come from the Republican autopsy. Republicans and their enablers discovered that if they make false, evidence-free claims often and loudly enough, then the vast majority of their voters will believe them.

    And then, once Republican voters were onboard, they found that the rest of the party elites would either join them or stay silent. Only a handful of Republicans dared to object. And those figures are in the process of being either defeated or coopted.

    By insisting that Trump was the real winner of 2020, Republicans have created a trifecta of preconditions within their base going into 2024:

    1. There is a pent-up demand for retribution.
    2. These voters will not believe that election results unfavorable to them are legitimate.
    3. These voters will be primed ahead of time to demand that elected Republicans satisfy their desired outcome, by any means necessary.

    Which is to say: Republicans are already well on their way to marshaling the political will to do whatever the law even theoretically might allow in pursuit of power.

    And even though the success of such a gambit is a longshot given all of the various failure points, since political power is derived from their voters, many Republicans politicians will be incentivized to embrace the challenge anyway, since they will gain power within the party from the voters who have been primed to demand such a fight.

    The difference between the 2020 and the 2024 elections will be the difference between a reactive Republican party focused on trying to flip the Electoral College and a proactive Republican party prepared to move past the Electoral College to the next pathway to victory.

    • Troll: Desiderius
    • Replies: @Colin Wright
  226. @peterike

    Here’s a good example:

    Brahmins didn’t get to be top dogs by NOT knowing how to play dominance games. @primalpoly studies them so one would hope he’d have a trick or two up his sleeve.

  227. Corvinus says:
    @Wilkey

    “and I have sent Steve money, as well. I don’t care that both of you are probably richer than me. You deserve every damn penny of it.”

    Don’t forget Trump!

    https://www.businessinsider.com/gop-committee-says-unchecking-recurring-donation-box-defecting-from-trump-2021-4

    The National Republican Congressional Committee debuted a bright-yellow prechecked recurring-donation box on its donation page with a startling ultimatum.

    The message from House Republicans’ campaign arm — which caught the eye of many reporters on Wednesday — told people that it needed to know it hadn’t “lost you to the Radical Left” and that if they opted out of making their donation a recurring one and “UNCHECK this box, we will have to tell Trump you’re a DEFECTOR & sided with the Dems.”

    A New York Times investigation published Saturday pulled back the curtain on how the Trump campaign, facing a financial crunch in summer 2020, deployed a strategy known as “the money bomb” to solicit high amounts from recurring donations. It did so by making the fine print on prechecked donation boxes smaller and more confusing and by making the recurring donations weekly instead of monthly.

    Thousands of donors — many of them older Americans — who thought they had given a few hundred dollars were stunned to see thousands of dollars drained from their bank accounts by the Trump campaign. A spike in refund requests and surges in fraud claims to their credit-card companies ensued. In total, The Times found, the Trump campaign ended up refunding over 10% of the donations, about $122 million, raised through WinRed.

    Many Democratic campaigns and outside groups from across the political spectrum also solicit recurring donations, WinRed pointed out after The Times published the article, and deploy dramatic, all-caps warnings about what will happen if the reader doesn’t donate by midnight. But experts have said the Trump camp’s tactics in making the fine print less obvious crossed an ethical line.

    • Troll: GeneralRipper
  228. Alden says:
    @Thomasina

    I agree. I believe ADL will get Carlson. If necessary there will be a car accident. ADL is one of the most powerful organizations in America. They got Pollard pardoned and funded school desegregation, affirmative action unlimited non White immigration and the gay and tranny movements.

  229. @Hans

    “Average Jews”? There’s no such thing. Like the children of Lake Wobegon, we’re all above average.

    As for me, my very first vote was for Reagan in 1980, and I’ve only gotten more conservative since. It’s the other guys I have to convince. It’s going slowly; we’re a notoriously stubborn people…

    • Replies: @Paperback Writer
  230. @Achmed E. Newman

    The people with their boots to our neck are a lame joke. Don’t underestimate the power of a lame joke unopposed. You can bet Marc Elias would be making someone pay their lawyers to stop him from using that clause were the shoe on the other foot.

    • Replies: @Hibernian
  231. @Buzz Mohawk

    Sometimes I feel Tucker lifts content directly from Steve.

  232. @Jonathan Mason

    The one thing Greta Thunberg is right about is that perpetual economic growth is a fairy tale.

    It’s also a scam in the long run.

    The current relatively low fertility rates in wealthy countries are probably nature’s way of correcting overpopulation. The problem is that they aren’t falling equally among all groups and in poorer countries.

  233. Anon[369] • Disclaimer says:
    @Jonathan Mason

    I agree. There was no need to execute ALL of the Republican congressman and senators who supported the attempted coup d’etat. Just a few figureheads would have been enough to get the point across.

    Was it Mao who said, “Shoot ten, teach a thousand”? This principle worked well for Mobutu Sese Seko leading up to the Ali-Foreman fight from September through October 1974 when Kinshasa went from high crime to no crime because Seko had a handful of the most notorious criminals executed to send a message to the rest of the criminals. They got the message, loud and clear. Norman Mailer, who covered the fight, said Kinshasa was probably the safest city on earth during that time.

    • Replies: @iDeplorable
  234. @AndrewR

    I’m confused, I thought you were criticizing him for not taking on the Republicans. Or are you saying the corporations and the Republicans are the same? Not true anymore. One of the head-spinning things that’s happening is how the corporations, even the old-school ones, have become part of the forces of wokeness (i.e., look how Coke folded under Stacey Abrams’ whip).

    If Tucker doesn’t take on the corporations which are now ganging up with BigLaw against state legislatures (in other words, the electorate of Red states) then I’ll agree he’s worthless. I think they’re a lot worse than that crappy shell of a political party.

    But so far he’s done good, IMO.

    • Replies: @AndrewR
  235. Cue the shrill voice of Roberto Planta and Dirigible Dirigido:

    La canción del inmigrante

    We come from the land of the mud and bricks
    From the overhead sun where the rattlesnake clicks
    The honey of the Dems
    Will pull our ships to new lands
    To fill the hoard, sing and cry
    “Santa Ana, I am coming!”

    On we sweep with threshing oar
    Our enabling wind will be that Oakland whore

    Ah-ah, ah!
    Ah-ah, ah!

    We come from the land of the sticks and straw
    From the stagnant pools of the crocodile’s maw

    We come from the land of rice and beans
    No Frigidaires or washing machines.
    How bright your streets so gold
    Can whisper tales of gore
    Of how we scammed the DACA law
    We are your overlords

    On we sweep ‘cross Rio Bravo!
    Our only goal will be the Yank
    centavo.
    So now you’d better stop and give us all your doting
    For peace and trust can win the day despite all your voting.

    • LOL: Achmed E. Newman
    • Replies: @Gary in Gramercy
  236. @Ron Mexico

    For anyone and everyone.

    Kamala Harris tweeted about poor Daunte.

    Rashida Tlaib has called for open rebellion.

    They are pulling down the very foundations of our society.

    • Replies: @anon
  237. @Joe Magarac

    Not since the B’nai Brith jettisoned it years ago and Abe Foxman took over.

    I didn’t know that. Foxman was the guy who set the ADL on its disastrous course. He’s nuts. Nathan Perlmutter was the last sane leader in the Jewish community.

  238. jon says:

    Reading some of the comments to this article, it’s no wonder we are losing so badly:
    Tucker avoids race.
    Tucker is controlled opposition.
    I won’t promote Tucker because he sold out on election fraud, or on Hunter’s laptop, or whatever other unrelated issue.
    Tucker didn’t go far enough.

    None of that matters. This is an important issue, and no one in MSM media will talk about it. Now the guy with one of the biggest platforms out there did. People will pay attention, people have to pay attention. Spread this to everyone – all your normie friends and family will at least listen because it isn’t on Unz or VDare or whatever other fringe site.

  239. @Ultracrepidarian

    Tuck’s diatribe sounds better in the original Lakota.

    Ultracrepidarian“.

  240. @The Alarmist

    Fair point about big companies donating more to Dems and less to Republicans. Whatever the distribution of corporate political donations, though, the Republicans have joined the establishment Democrats in consistently making sure that big corporations and banks are well taken care of before the US Citizenry. We are at best an afterthought for the Republicans, and an outright avowed enemy for the establishment Dems.

    His tenth point has been amply proven. The Trump/Republican-Congress tax bill of 2017 gave PERMANENT tax rate cuts to corporations, but only temporary (“sunsetted”) tax cuts to individuals and families. You know, actual human beings.

    My wife and I will see our top federal marginal income-tax rate go back up around 2025, while struggling mom-and-pops like Amazon, Google, and Bank “of America” will keep their new lower rate. Thanks, Republicans. Good thing you’re not elitist plutocrats who don’t give a damn about the American people like the Democrats.

  241. @Corvinus

    ‘…Newcomers arrive
    Newcomers are unwelcome
    Newcomers assimilate
    New newcomers arrive
    Old newcomers are unwelcome toward new newcomers
    Ad infinitum…’

    And what do you see as the ideal population for America?

    Evidently, 330 million isn’t enough. Indeed, given the typical characteristics of an immigrant — young, has yet to have children, comes from culture where many children are the norm — you can seal the border right now and figure on going to 400 million or thereabouts before we level off.

    So 400 million isn’t enough? What is? At what point would you agree we should stop letting people in?

    Or is the the plan to just keep letting people in until things here have deteriorated to the point where there’s no reason to leave Nigeria or Bangladesh or Brazil or wherever and come here?

    Maybe it is the plan. Is that what you want? It would appear to be.

    We could have stopped immigration in 1970. If we had, our population would have leveled off at about 200 million. We could stop right now — and level off at 400 million, give or take.

    Or we can stop…when? What is enough? Let’s hear it.

    I mean, you’re so damned smart. You know what would be a good idea. What is that number you’re shooting for? How do you plan to keep the US from just sinking until no one has a reason to come here any more? Or is that what you want? Total degradation?

    Why? Can you explain to me why? I mean, I might accept it. Maybe there’s some logic to your desire. What is it?

    • Replies: @Corvinus
  242. @Corvinus

    In this view, Justin Trudeau is an undemocratic, hence illegitimate, leader. If we’re a banana republic, Canada is a maple syrup monarchy. Truly, the Timbit Nation.

    “greater proportion of non-Whites in the electorate means the Bill of Rights is increasingly in danger:“

    Meanwhile, in reality…

    In reality, imposing a white Bill of Rights upon a nonwhite population is white supremacism by definition. Which is why we argue for white separatism. They can have any kind of government they want, in their own territory.

    No good can come of two or more races living together. It never has.

    • Replies: @Corvinus
  243. @Achmed E. Newman

    The assumption from EVERYONE in the “conservative” realm was that, hey, sooner or later the immigrants will be “assimilated,” contribute to the economy, and thus become less leftoid as time inevitably passed.

    The Dems had a more sinister idea, and the ruthlessness to bring it fruition, always camouflaging it, even to this day, as compassion.

  244. @Reg Cæsar

    El abogado de Jaime Pagina tiene un mensaje portigo: cesar y desistrir. (Sr. Pagina puede robar de Howlin’ Wolf, Muddy Waters o Willie Dixon, pero nadie puede robar de Jaime Pagina. Sr. Pagina es El Rey de Los Ladrones.)

  245. @Achmed E. Newman

    Carlson should be using the word Nation.

    here’s a piece of the Cambridge English Dictionary definition

    a country, especially when thought of as a large group of people living in one area with their own government, language, traditions, etc.:
    All the nations of the world will be represented at the conference.
    The Germans, as a nation, are often thought to be well organized.
    Practically the whole nation watched the ceremony on television.
    [ S ]
    a large group of people of the same race who share the same language, traditions, and history, but who might not all live in one area:

    The word “Country” should almost never be used.

  246. @Sgt. Joe Friday

    Tucker moving his family far from DC would be a wise first step.

  247. @jon

    Tucker didn’t sell out on Hunter — he pushed that story hard.

    Tucker’s take on election fraud wasn’t one on his shining moments, but on the other hand the main purveyors of this idea — one that is highly plausible, indeed, almost certain — were the the mentally compromised Lin Wood and a somehow-suddenly-devoid-of-competence Sidney Powell.

    As for avoiding race, his spin has always been color blindness, largely because he believes it, but also because he thinks it’s morally correct. I have no doubt he knows exactly what we know — blacks make up the criminal class, have generally low IQs, all the usual uncomfortable truths — but what’s the upside of going there for him given where he is?

    Remember — he’s a noblesse oblige Episcopalian.

    There are other fights to fight, as you note, and he may be the perfect guy to fight that fight now.

    • Replies: @Ed
  248. northeast says:
    @John Up North

    You can add Boston radio talk show host David Brudnoy to the list of people arguing for reduced immigration 30 years ago along with Samuel Francis, Lawrence Auster & many others.

    • Agree: TTSSYF
  249. SFG says:

    He is correct, and I have no complaints.

    You can oppose open borders for Israel and the USA. There is no contradiction, whatever Greenblatt thinks.

  250. SOL says:

    At least he is getting the message out there…

  251. “Your obligation is to your current stockholders, not to somebody who might buy the stock in the future.”

    Translation: Just like the current stockholders, those who are already here (and have generations upon generations having resided here) have a proven track record of being citizens. Whereas the would be, newbie citz haven’t yet proven themselves that they’re gonna fit in, adapt, or get acclimated to the place (e.g. the US).

    Also, on a side note of noticing, this current dilemma of letting unproven people in to help with the future wouldn’t be necessary if the native birthrates were at above replacement levels.

  252. J.Ross says:
    @Spud Boy

    Ya naa naa naa naa, ya naa naa naa, hey hey hey, he’s a wanker!

  253. @Hans

    This train has jumped the track. Let’s hope Bismarck was right about the United States.

    • Replies: @Anon
  254. @Gary in Gramercy

    What I said to Hans. I’m not optimistic.

    PS I may not be average but my income sure as hell is.

  255. @Alden

    2 Abortion Raegan lobbies for, and happily signed making abortions much easier to get in California years before Roe vs Wade 1973.

    No, he did not. The law he signed gave more leeway to the hospital committees which made the final decision whether to allow a “therapeutic” abortion. It was in no way elective. (Except in a corrupt hospital.) Protestants of all stripes generally supported loosening the strict laws passed by old progressives with the full support of Catholics.

    Reagan’s primary influence on the bill was his refusing to sign it unless the clause allowing “fetal deformity” as a reason was removed. Hardly “pro-choice”. A detailed account of the sausage-making behind this bill (and of the New York legislature’s repeal of elective abortion in 1972) is found in Daniel K Williams’s Defenders of the Unborn: The Pro-Life Movement before Roe v. Wade.

    3 No Fault Divorce. Raegan lobbied for, and happily signed the No Fault Divorce Law, making it very easy and cheap to divorce.

    In his first year, he followed the advice of the American Bar Association, which had pushed this “reform” for quite a while. He long maintained that these two bills were the ones he most regretted signing. (He also warned of potential abuse of Simpson-Mazzoli, yet signed that anyway. He was actually a moderate on all these issues at the time he signed these bills.)

    California was the pioneer in this degradation of marital law. The last state to fall? New York, in 2010.

    By the way, Reagan didn’t initiate his own divorce, even though he would have been thoroughly justified in doing so. Jane Wyman was messing around with another actor. Yet she was the one who filed.

  256. @Dian 'the AA Mathemagcian' Abbot

    Much of Tucker’s mainstream viewership feels good about feeling bad for Blacks. Republicans are the Democrats from 10-20 years ago. Tucker is working with what he has and within the prescribed limits of his platform. That’s not a criticism; he’s doing as much as is possible on a prime time show. We’re lucky to have him…and Steve too.

    • Agree: Ed
  257. OT: culture wars kerfuffle down under

    https://www.smh.com.au/national/indigenous-academic-apologises-for-calling-african-crime-study-racist-20210413-p57iud.html

    The SMH is pretty woke so this article is unusual in that it’s sympathetic toward the beleagured academic, possibly due to him being African. Had the study been authored by a white person I suspect the attackers would have doubled, not backed, down.

    Note also the appearance of the ‘indigenous’ academic who started the pile-on.

  258. @Mr. Anon

    Well, I meant that Donald Trump Sr. is still the kingmaker in the party. So perhaps if Tucker Carlson committed to selecting Don Jr. as his running mate early on, Trump Sr. would campaign for Tucker and help him clinch the nomination quickly?

    The Trumps may not be a particularly cerebral clan of individuals, but they at least have powerful personalities and seem highly adept at social dominance. So an alliance between the Trumps and Tucker Carlson could potentially be quite beneficial to both sides. Though obviously, Tucker would have to be the “ideas guy,” with the Trumps left to do the PR/sales/marketing.

    While the Trumps have their flaws, at least they seem vaguely interested in the welfare and success of this country. They’re vastly superior to the Bushes, Clintons, and other scum&vermin who infest our capital. Don’t forget that Trump brought in Stephen Miller, who did a lot to restrict immigration.

    With all that said, if Tucker can easily clinch the nomination without any assistance from the Trumps, there’s no urgent need to include them.

    My biggest fear is that the Republican electorate picks a “safe” choice, like Jeb, Rubio, Kasich, or Haley. That’d set us back 10 years.

    • Agree: Paul Jolliffe
    • Troll: Corvinus
    • Replies: @Dave Pinsen
  259. Brutusale says:
    @Alec Leamas (hard at work)

    If somebody with deep enough pockets (Hello President Trump!) would just get to work on a true haven for free speech in all media, the lesson that Substack is currently teaching will gain many more adherents. Think Greenwald will ever take a paycheck again?

    Fox needs Carlson more than Carlson needs Fox.

    Cut out the network/publisher/distributor middlemen. That’s all they are. Does it really surprise anyone that they’re all Jewish?

  260. @jon

    You want Tucker to march around with tiki torches?

    Tucker’s Polish example indicates that he knows it’s partly about race. But he’s smart to say it’s not. Let the left “actually” him on that. What good will it do them? They’ll just be acknowledging that racial groups have persistent political biases. Which means Republicans are perfectly within their rights to call for immigration of groups that vote >70% Republican for years to compensate for previous Dem-leaning immigration. Let the next Republican President say he’s only giving visas to countries whose emigrants have historically voted >70% Republican.

  261. The solution to the immigration problem is very simple: just vote Democrat in large enough numbers that they do not need to keep pushing for more immigration. After all, all they want is to win elections, isn’t it?

    In fact, this could have been done twenty, thirty years ago. Imagine that: the Democrats getting such landslide victories that they realize they can afford to stop all immigration and even build a huge fence on the border with Mexico!

    Everybody would be happier now. And no Trump! I wonder why that didn’t happen. Anyway, there’s still time.

  262. Hibernian says:
    @Alden

    What could we expect of a Hollywood actor on social issues? He was conservative on foreign and military policy and so so on economic policy despite his pro free enterprise rhetoric.

  263. Corvinus says:
    @Reg Cæsar

    “In reality, imposing a white Bill of Rights upon a nonwhite population is white supremacism by definition.”

    LOL, in YOUR fantasy world. The fact of the matter is that the Bill of Rights was created for PEOPLE, not exclusively whites. **

    “Which is why we argue for white separatism. They can have any kind of government they want, in their own territory.”

    You mean YOU and YOUR ILK.

    “No good can come of two or more races living together. It never has.”

    According to Who/Whom?

    **However, according to Alt Right leader Vox Day, specific Europeans, most notably the Germans, the Irish, the Italians, and the Polish, lacked the ability to comprehend and put into practice Anglo-Saxon ideals. Yet, those same people whose ancestors had been deemed “unfit” for American inclusion by nativists in the 1850’s and 1890’s claim to possess the inherent qualities required to perpetuate Western Civilization. Nativists held those groups in contempt for “alien ways of life”, yet by the power of magic dirt, those groups have transformed themselves into one of the natives. The stench is indeed unbearable. To quote, “The American civic heritage does not “transcend ethnicity”, as I [Vox Day], or any other American Indian, can tell you. And it is restricted by geographic extent. The Chinese, the Portuguese, and the Swedes are not Americans…[Moreover], there is nothing exceptional about America except its superior founding stock and its geographic advantages, both of which are now significantly reduced.”

    You have to go back.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    , @Mr. Anon
  264. frankie p says:
    @War for Blair Mountain

    Yes, you’re entirely correct here. The constant cries for “(Conservative with traditional values)” for president in 2024 are missing the point. The reclaiming of the nation will be a bottom-up process, not a top-down one. The high levels of federal government inhabit the same habitat as all of the poison that’s killing the US: corporate power, big finance, media, Hollywood, academia. These are all chock full of and controlled by (((our friends))). The pressure on a pretzeldent from these entities is relentless; we can see what it did to Trump. No, only the transformation that you refer to, from the bottom up, will result in positive change.

    Frankie P

  265. @Brian Reilly

    Bet on Spanish orders at the squad level when it comes time to abandon posse commitatus and bring you deplorable plebes to heel.

    There is already video of Puerto Rican officers lecturing national guardsmen how they have to deploy to DC before January 6th and get ready to shoot YT cuz, “democracy!”

  266. @JohnnyWalker123

    None of the adult Trump kids have Trump’s political instincts or media savvy. Don Jr. is like a middling daytime Fox News guest.

    • Replies: @Paul Jolliffe
  267. Corvinus says:
    @Colin Wright

    “Evidently, 330 million isn’t enough. Indeed, given the typical characteristics of an immigrant — young, has yet to have children, comes from culture where many children are the norm — you can seal the border right now and figure on going to 400 million or thereabouts before we level off. So 400 million isn’t enough? What is? At what point would you agree we should stop letting people in?”

    Had you been paying closer attention rather than acting like a spoiled brat, you would have NOTICED my consistency in my position on this fine opinion webzine–we should limit immigration to the U.S. and enforce its laws on that front, especially for those companies that willfully hire and protect those who should not be here. But both political parties lack the gumption and will. What I object to is the notion that those from Guatamala or Kenya or Vietnam are other than able to immerse themselves into the American body politic. Because race realism.

    “We could have stopped immigration in 1970. If we had, our population would have leveled off at about 200 million. We could stop right now — and level off at 400 million, give or take.”

    This is mere speculation on your part.

    “How do you plan to keep the US from just sinking until no one has a reason to come here any more?”

    Why don’t YOU ask Daddy Warbucks, aka Trump, to fund your running for a House seat. With enough of your kind elected, you can make the requisite changes to save your country. You’ve got the whole world in your hands, why not actually do something about it rather than perpetually lament?

    • Troll: Colin Wright
    • Replies: @Colin Wright
  268. Ed says:

    Tucker should have you on his show, Steve.

    • Replies: @Colin Wright
  269. Hibernian says:
    @Desiderius

    Marc Elias’ extreme rhetoric apparently backfired in the Miller-Meeks vs. Hart election dispute. Hart finally, reluctantly, conceded.

    • Replies: @Desiderius
  270. Corvinus says:
    @Jonathan Mason

    “Obviously what is needed is a a plan for substantial financial rewards to be given to women who have children”

    Follow the Russian model! “Free stuff” in the form of housing and education, direct cash payments to women who pop out more chilluns (and even adjusting their work schedules to meet maternal demands!), and programs to dry out the Vodka swilling man-childs running amok. It is worth pointing out that a society in which individuals are encouraged to have children by governmental intrusion is not a free society, unless you are a closet librul who advocates these forms of welfare and social engineering!

  271. Ed says:
    @kpkinsunnyphiladelphia

    He had an exclusive with Hunter’s business partner for two nights I think.

    People on here will complain about anything (comment isn’t directed at you). Tucker is doing his best. In thus environment he’d probably be gone a year ago since big Corp won’t advertise on his show.

  272. @beavertales

    mass immigration is a Ponzi growth scheme which benefits the few.

    The entire Western world is a Ponzi scheme.

    The OG Bitcoiners are already whispering about an, “atomic swap,” to crash Bitcoin and skyrocket Monero and Pirate Chain.

  273. @Ed

    ‘Tucker should have you on his show, Steve.’

    I think not. At the moment, the course of wisdom would be for Carlson to tack as close to morally impeccable centritude as his conscience will permit.

    …without, of course, giving an inch.

  274. Interesting discussion, but it is nowhere as clear-cut as people seem to think that the Democrats main motive for its open borders policy is the partisan one of winning at future elections. (I mean I know Washington has great restaurants and all that, but really?).

    It is not even all that clear that the national Democratic party espouses open borders at all. In 2019, Sen. Bernie Sanders said, “If you open the borders, my God, there’s a lot of poverty in this world, and you’re going to have people from all over the world” , so it sounded like he was not committed to open borders.

    The EU has open borders and all signatories to the Schengen Agreement allow residents of member countries to live in, work in, retire to, go to school and college in, and receive health care through government sponsored insurance plans in any member country.

    Australia and New Zealand have a pretty reciprocal agreement too, and citizens of each country can move to the other with few formalities.

    And then there is South America with its 2002 Mercosur (Southern Common Market) Residence agreement which involves about a dozen countries, some unilaterally, and others bilaterally, some as full members and some as associate members.

    In a further contrast to the European free movement regime, where EU migrants must demonstrate employment or sufficient resources after three months, there is no such requirement in South America.

    Considering the large degree of informality already existing in the South American labor market, affecting up to 47 percent of all nonagricultural workers according to the International Labor Organization, this condition renders the agreement meaningless for large segments of the population. If a migrant chooses to become a permanent resident after two years, he or she must then prove enough resources to sustain him- or herself in the host state.

    The Mercosur Residence Agreement is valid for Brazil, Argentina, Paraguay, Uruguay, Bolivia, Chile and Peru. Peru and Ecuador became part of the Agreement in 2011. However these countries also have many residents from other associate or suspended countries like Colombia and Venezuela.

    The US certainly does not have any kind of open borders policy at its airports. For example Haitians still have Special Protected Status, but that doesn’t mean that they can just jump on a JetBlue to Fort Lauderdale at the Toussaint L’Ouverture airport in Port au Prince as long as they can afford a ticket.

    So, just as a matter of interest, which countries are the Democrats negotiating open borders agreements with, and when will they be made public?

    I could see that there could be some room for better relationships with Mexico. I imagine many Americans might want to go to medical school there, or to get medical and dental treatment there, but that would be just a start, and already exists informally, to some extent.

    • Troll: New Dealer
  275. 4588620

    Maybe you are basing your opinion here on other words by iSteve and Tucker than last night’s clip. People here have just been debating whether Tucker got his ideas from iSteve, so this doesn’t make any sense regarding this post at least.

  276. Anonymous[102] • Disclaimer says:
    @Travis

    And guess who signed the Immigration Act of 1990 into law?
    That staunch, rock-ribbed conservative Republican we all know and love George HW Bush. sarc.
    Daddykins Bush could have vetoed the bill as it did not pass the House with a veto-proof majority, but I’m sure it never even occurred to him for a second to do that.
    As an aside, the only two states where both senators voted against the Immigration Act of 1990 were ultra-conservative AL… and get ready for this one… CA.

  277. jon says:
    @jon

    From the comments to this post, I can see I should have put quotes around the list. My point was that other people on this site are attacking Tucker for a bunch of what I consider to be BS complaints. He raised an important issue, and he did a great job with it. He may have pissed some of the people on here with something he did in the past, or he may have even lost their trust, but none of that matters. This is a great story on a major platform, and we need to push the hell out of it while we can.
    I sent it to some of my more normie acquaintances, it goes over a lot better than a link to this place or VDARE.

  278. @Hateful Hornytoad

    nationalism and diversity are incompatible

  279. @Travis

    In my long life I witnessed three events I thought at the time disastrous for the United States, although the first two were barely noticed. First, the 1990 Immigration Act – if one understands arithmetic, far worse in consequence than 1986 IRCA. IRCA was a blow to west-coast blue-collar employment, but deterrence failed from the 1990s when Clinton quietly collaborated with NGO lawfare to diminish border and interior enforcement. Second, 2001, Clinton I and Bush II, accession of China to the World Trade Organization. Third, Bush II, 2003, the stupid Iraq War, burning the entire stock of moral and material capital gained from the Cold War. Harder to pinpoint, but Obama’s embrace of Wall Street and imperialism immediately on taking office, and compensatory leftish race hustling in his second, inseminated woke capital that came to term in 2020.

    Three of those killer blows came from the Bushes.

  280. AndrewR says:
    @Paperback Writer

    I mean ok maybe I’m a couple years out of date with regard to the political orientation of big corporations but I think we’re really splitting hairs. Corporations are publicly simping for Democrats now. Yes, they never publicly simped for Republicans, but this makes the Republicans look especially bad. And why not attack the corporations now if you want to attack Dems?

    If Tuck wanted to be real real then he would lay all the cards out on the table.

    But I guarantee he’s clearing every monologue with the entire Fox chain of command. He’s not ever gonna piss Lachlan off.

  281. MBlanc46 says:

    No, it can’t go on forever. But nor can the USA go on forever. It’s far from unimaginable the Woke Authoritarianism will last as long as the USA.

  282. @Bardon Kaldian

    Agree: “Bloch was atrociously free-associating rubbish, with virtually everything not wrong- but silly, absurd, easy to ridicule.”

    Agree: ” You just don’t confuse Socialism with Communism. These are worlds apart.”

    Few on this website would agree with both propositions.

  283. @GSR

    They’ve been coming by at least a million per year since 1990. They can become citizens after five years in country, if legal immigrant by marriage to a citizen then after three years. You complete the math.

    Whatever’s in the new Democrat immigration bill is likely more lenient, IIRC naturalization after three years. Why not make it 90 days?

  284. @Hans

    U.N. link is dead. What was the document about? I didn’t see it on DESA’s publications webpage.

  285. Ron Unz says:
    @Wilkey

    If you simply asked to return immigration levels to pre-1990-ish levels of immigration you would be called a racist. People simply do not grasp how massively the immigration rates have grown since 1990.

    Well, wasn’t that my exact point? Conservatives/Republicans have *allegedly* made immigration one of their top issues for thirty years. They’ve controlled the House, the Senate, and the White House for much or most of that period. Yet immigration levels today are *enormously* much higher than they were at the beginning of their efforts.

    These days things gotten so ridiculous that that merely having a single FoxNews cable host strongly oppose high immigration and avoid being immediately purged from television is considered a huge political victory, worthy of congratulations all around.

    Doesn’t this tend to prove that for the last thirty years either (1) anti-immigration activists have been incompetent, (2) they’ve been following the wrong political strategy, or (3) their cause was always hopeless?

    Since the response to my candid remarks was less hostile than I’d expected, I might as well go a little further in my candor…

    As many of you probably are aware, hardcore WNs are always denouncing those they sometimes label “Cartoon Nazis,” namely those small groups which organize public protests dressed in Nazi uniforms, wearing Swastika armbands, and giving Hitler salutes. Although the hardcore WNs may quietly agree with much of their agenda, they regard those political tactics as disastrously counter-productive, so much so that they rather reasonably suspect many of those individuals are secretly controlled by the ADL, the FBI, or other ideological enemies.

    Similarly, I’ve been following the activities of most of the various rightwing anti-immigration pundits and groups since the early 1990s, and in my candid opinion their political strategies have been exactly as misguided and counter-productive as the people who dress up in Nazi uniforms and carry Swastika flags. I’m obviously not claiming that these activists are “cartoon Nazis”, but merely that their approach to their own issue is just as disastrously wrong-headed. Perhaps I’m entirely mistaken, but three decades of unbroken, total failure suggests that perhaps I’m not.

    If you haven’t been successful in thirty years of effort, maybe you should ask yourself whether you might be doing something wrong…

  286. Muggles says:
    @Ron Unz

    Yes, good point Mr. Unz.

    A thought on this I have had just recently.

    That the next right-populist GOP contender for president should make it a major campaign point to actually enforce US immigration law.

    Isn’t’ enforcing the law what conservatives favor?

    A policy of deporting anyone found here who can’t demonstrate US citizenship or legal immigration status of some kind. Period.

    Set up check points. Have rewards and immigration agents at schools, hospitals, ERs, jails, homeless shelters, etc. “Be a snitch and get rich!”

    Of course every detainee gets a hearing. Then, absent timely proof of legal status, out they go.

    If those in politics who don’t favor zero borders are already being accused of doing this sort of thing, I admit rather unpalatable, then why not just do it? Are Republicans going to lose votes over this? Also it is a good way to fracture racial politics.

    American blacks and Hispanics who are here legally generally don’t favor illegal immigration.

    We need to seriously think about the ADL/Israeli option on this. No other nation on the planet permits unregulated illegal immigration, other than in war time.

    We are a nation of Legal Immigrants. So we can vote and enjoy the benefits of citizenship and burdens of maintaining peace, prosperity and order.

    If not the GOP, then some even worse political avenue or party will do it. Back to the 20th century!

    (You may now all talk amongst yourselves about this…)

  287. @Corvinus

    LOL, in YOUR fantasy world. The fact of the matter is that the Bill of Rights was created for PEOPLE, not exclusively whites.

    Antifa begs to disagree. On this point, they’re right.

    “No good can come of two or more races living together. It never has.”

    According to Who/Whom?

    You offer no counterexamples.

    You mean YOU and YOUR ILK.

    Our ilk and our kith and our kin.

    The fact of the matter is that the Bill of Rights was created for PEOPLE, not exclusively whites.

    It was created for Anglo-Saxons, and their “adjacents”. Ask this Huguenot:

    • Thanks: Jenner Ickham Errican
    • Replies: @Corvinus
  288. Wilkey says:
    @Ron Unz

    Doesn’t this tend to prove that for the last thirty years either (1) anti-immigration activists have been incompetent, (2) they’ve been following the wrong political strategy, or (3) their cause was always hopeless?

    I think what it largely proves is how hard it is to fight for a cause when all the money to be made is on the other side of it. What business, industry, or institution stands to gain much from less immigration? Arguably the only organizations whose goals would benefit from less immigration are environmental groups, and they have been bought out by billionaires.

    The destruction of civic institutions that brought the middle class together hasn’t helped much, nor has the shift of tens of millions of white mothers into the workforce.

    • Agree: ziggurat
    • Replies: @Ron Unz
  289. Numbers USA good, FAIR lame for decades. The grouplets to the right of once centrist FAIR are a waste of oxygen. CIS not bad, has maintained credibility, but is weak in magnitude.

    The main problem is recruiting and maintaining talent. There is no bench: value-neutral social science on immigration policy has been nearly impossible in academia since the 1970s, and more impossible every decade since. Even though advocating decent policy positions approved in polls by American majorities, why work in a policy field that constantly brings on brutal social stigmatization (especially in the D.C. environment) when instead you could work on protection of migratory geese or even on behalf of Mugabe or Kagame?

    Miller is an independent anomaly because he combines intellectual talent and drive with a persona not welcome in virtue-emanating policy shops of the left or right.

  290. Mr. Anon says:
    @Corvinus

    LOL, in YOUR fantasy world. The fact of the matter is that the Bill of Rights was created for PEOPLE, not exclusively whites. **

    For people who all happened to be white. You’re the one living in a fantasy world, nitwit.

    **However, according to Alt Right leader Vox Day,………..

    There is no Alt Right leader, you moron.

  291. @Joe Magarac

    The Globalist strategists (whoever they are) have had their way, so far, by pitching to a long-established CivNat mindset: We whites are here to calm the waters, let us reason together. The middle way is always best, everyone has something useful to contribute. Denying that all races are indistinguishable population units is hateful. Dialogue will wash us clean of racial disharmony, &c.

    That works brilliantly … until it doesn’t. At some point a majority of whites, after enough evidence, will be dragged kicking and screaming to the realization that their triumphant ethnic opponents are not open to dialogue, wouldn’t know how to participate in dialogue. None of CivNat whites’ comforting principles are even a mental category on the other side. In desperation, Reasonable Whites will either give up or recognize that they are now the oppressed underclass. And that their status didn’t just happen through a reorganization of the planets in their spheres; that oligarchs and their political and bureaucratic servants have put the boot in.

    I don’t know the day or the hour, but it will arrive, and whites will no longer be smiling through tears but fighting back.

  292. @James J O'Meara

    another example of Jews (Rand, Friedman, etc.) convincing the American cattle

    Oh, yeah… Ayn and Milt are representative of American Jews, who vote for the candidates they endorse. How’d Alf and Wendell and Tom do with them, or Barry, Dick, Ron, and Dubya?

    Don’t believe the health statistics from the whole world.

    Because Bulgaria’s, Thailand’s, and especially Cuba’s are so much more trustworthy than ours.

    However, applying the Helms Amendment to a nationalized health delivery system would be the quickest way to end one particular scourge. How would our Jews view that scheme?

    My guess is about 85% of them would embrace your views on health care. Thus, you really owe them an apology.

  293. Hi There says:

    Tucker Carlson didn’t state anything new, but he sure did state it beautifully. It was clear, powerful, engaging. And I’m kind of shocked to hear someone of public note say what he said. Bravo, Tucker!

  294. Not Raul says:

    Trump gave the Presidential Medal of Freedom to the wrong guy.

  295. Not Raul says:
    @Ron Unz

    If you haven’t been successful in thirty years of effort, maybe you should ask yourself whether you might be doing something wrong…

    The same point applies to the USA embargo of Cuba.

  296. @KenH

    Ken, immigrants didn’t hurt in turning Va blue, but the main factor ultimately was the California and NY-based defense contractors, GE, Lockheed Martin, Boeing, they all moved their corporate staffs into No. Va. to be close to their congressmen and Pentagon. ExxonMobil led the charge. They turned the state blue by emptying out Blue states they themselves turned into inhospitable, unaffordable shitholes and sure enough, turned No. Va. into a shithole. Except for a few gated developments, pricey neighborhoods in Tyson’s Corner and a couple of others in close to McLean , Virginia being one, it’s ugly now. And, the woke are WRECKING a formerly world class public education system complete with the best magnet schools in the country. And they’re deliberately fucking it up. And now San Fran’s technical and financial sectors are moving hundreds of thousands into Texas. Musk just declared HE’S moving to Texas, too. So as they infiltrate these states, as they then allow Mexicans to infiltrate that state, when it’s all filled up and unlivable, they’ll move on to another nice clean red state.

    Democrats are a pestilence. You know, (((democrats))).

    • Replies: @KenH
  297. @beavertales

    mass immigration is a Ponzi growth scheme which benefits the few.

    As I’ve said for years, one of the main goals behind repressive tolerance is driven by the corporatist belief that it will maximize their demographic reach and thus their overall revenue.

  298. anon[194] • Disclaimer says:
    @Paperback Writer

    Kamala Harris tweeted about poor Daunte.
    Rashida Tlaib has called for open rebellion.

    Great! Let’s get more cards on the table where everyone can see!

    • Replies: @Paperback Writer
  299. @Anti-Commie

    Good point. Obama’s action would otherwise make no sense.

  300. @Ron Unz

    I think the Trump presidency suggests you’re wrong, or perhaps not right in the way you think. Is it not the case that a total outsider without institutional support was able to reduce immigration levels and make some headway toward border enforcement essentially because he lacked institutional support? Doesn’t that suggest that, rather than failing strategically at the national level, the problem has been that immigration has been crowded out at the institutional level by other issues?

    In a sense 2016-2020 could be seen as the years when people finally lifted up th e issues they cared about that institutions had ignored for so long.

    But why were these issues ignored at the institutional level? You’re really suggesting that is the fault of VDare, Coulter, et al?

  301. @Redneck farmer

    If we don’t introduce competition and incentives in conjunction with socialized medicine, then those taxes will be higher. But as it is now, the healthcare oligopoly is creaming off fat profits and we already pay higher costs that are built in to goods and services from companies with healthcare plans for their employees (unlike say Wal Mart, which already has a lot of hourly employees on Medicaid and subsidized Obamacare). So we’re already paying a healthcare tax, both through higher taxes and higher costs. We should trade reforms and antitrust for a deal on public payment of healthcare.

  302. @guest007

    That’s why I laughed when Hillary Clinton once said “A taco truck on every corner sounds great to me!” Hillary Clinton wouldn’t live within 20 miles of a town with a taco truck on every corner. I have. They’re not very nice.

    • Replies: @black sea
  303. @peterike

    rapidly replacing the white middle class with an Asian middle class. This is why the Jewish elites that run the Ivies let in so many Asians.

    Your premise is that the Jews are self-defeating for as they replace the European whites, they replace themselves, but I wonder if you’ve thought through the implications of that premise.

    • Replies: @ben tillman
  304. @Nicholas Stix

    Are you sure?

    How different is Tucker’s position from Sailer’s CivNat ideas? I fail to see much difference.

  305. @Nicholas Stix

    Tucker is essentially then the Murdoch family insurance policy. If things ever get too uncomfortable for them, then they loosen his leash just a bit. How much we hear from him is entirely a product of the family’s fortunes.

    How much proof does one need to see that we are insignificant inconsequential producer-slaves to an oligarchy of preening imbeciles? Or, if you’re more philosophical, nothing ever changes..

    • Thanks: Nicholas Stix, David In TN
  306. Sir, we would very much like to print one of your articles, but any way we tried to contact you about the publishing rights (and payment) failed to get the least reaction.

    Please let me know which address would work. Thank you very much in advance.

  307. black sea says:
    @Malcolm X-Lax

    To paraphrase another regular commenter, “Taco truck” doesn’t mean what you think it means.

  308. @RadicalCenter

    One of the many “privileges” of being an American citizen abroad is to find that the treaties to prevent double taxation are written by the US in such a way that most of the actual protections are for corporations. The US reserves the right to tax its individual citizens and permanent residents in any way it chooses, including actual double taxation that would otherwise be disallowed by treaty.

  309. @James J O'Meara

    Don’t notice that NOT ONE SINGLE COUNTRY with “socialized” medicine has ever repealed it (Maggie Thatcher wasn’t that dumb).

    Mr. O’Meara, you don’t just up and “repeal it” That’s laughable. It’s not only that the Big Socialist governments that implement national health care are too big to be told what to do. It’s also that, as if it were by design, and program that produces dependencies by the citizens on the government has an automatic bunch of supporters. It’s not that they have to like being told what’s good for them, with no choices in how medicine will run in that country, but it’s that they have given all responsibility to The State, and responsibility can only be given back (which it won’t be). It won’t be taken back by the now-irresponsible dependents.

    That statement above has me ready to write a post I had in my head anyway. It’s about people with no imagination, that can’t even conceive of individuals, patients, doctors, businessmen, and yes, even insurance salesman, doing their work or getting treatment without ANY government involvement. UNPOSSIBLE! INCONCEIVABLE! you say. Bullshit. That was America of half a century ago (make it 6 decades, really).

    People who push this Government-run healthcare system either have no imagination, no memory, or never had American grandparents to talk to. There is no going back before a revolution and/or SHTF, one. Yeah, James, I also noticed that no country ever voted Communism out either. You’d think they would … hmmmm…

    • Replies: @Alden
    , @Nicholas Stix
  310. @RadicalCenter

    The problem is that the rules in pretty much all US states … perhaps most US political jurisdictions … is that the laws are written to ensure the two major parties are always the ones in charge and the only ones who can win. The challenge is not to start a third party doomed to fail, rather it is to act like a virus and infect the party most likely to be susceptible to the “disease” of populism.

    The Republican party, as shown by Trump, is the party most susceptible to populists. Trump was unfortunately a faux populist, kind of like a weak, run-of-the-mill virus that the body politic’s “immune” mechanisms could easily shut down. In fact, the US parties have demonstrated they are pretty much immune to all so-called legitimate votes that oppose them. Populists in the US need the real deal in there, like a mRNA vaccine that seizes control of the cells of the body plotic and turns them against the host.

    If you have time, go to one of your local GOP meetings and sign up to cover one of the precincts not covered by someone (there are many empty precinct tables), act like you are part of the problem, and start bringing friends with a similar mind to cover the others, and take control of the local party apparatus. Then do everything you can to make this go viral.

  311. @Hibernian

    There was no dispute, only attrition.

  312. Ron Unz says:
    @Wilkey

    I think what it largely proves is how hard it is to fight for a cause when all the money to be made is on the other side of it.

    I’m not necessarily disagreeing with that, but consider the broader political landscape. And since individuals often have a difficult time recognizing their own situation, let’s focus on a somewhat different issue.

    Over the last thirty years there have been numerous organized groups working to protect Christian values in American society and the sanctity of traditional marriages. I’m sure their leaders claim they’ve generally done a good job, or at least as good a job as was possible given the enormously powerful opposition that they faced. They also probably claim that they’re very close to finally turning the tide and winning a sweeping victory for their cause. Perhaps they’re right about these things, but I think that the empirical evidence tends to point in the opposite direction.

    Back in the early 1990s, the four big social/ethnic issues that conservatives focused upon were immigration, affirmative action, multiculturalism, and bilingual education.

    I wiped out bilingual education so thoroughly that it’s been totally gone and forgotten for about twenty years.

    Meanwhile, immigration, affirmative action, and multiculturalism are *vastly* stronger and more extreme than anyone would have even imagined possible back then. For example, back around 1995 conservatives would sometimes make satirical jokes about putting Harriet Tubman on our twenty dollar bill, but these days many of the conservative Republicans in Congress have endorsed that proposal and it’s now scheduled to happen. So I think you should apply my analogy about “Christian values” to this situation.

    Presumably, immigration activists will continue doing the same sorts of things they’ve done for the last thirty years and will probably continue to get the same results. But back a few years ago I actually came up with a political strategy that would solve the whole immigration problem. I do think it would probably work and I’m pretty sure that nothing else will:

    https://www.unz.com/runz/a-grand-bargain-on-immigration-reform-2/

  313. Alden says:
    @Achmed E. Newman

    Medicare Medicaid county hospitals and associated clinics state law mandates that all businesses over a certain size have company medical insurance, for all employees including part timers, state university medical and nursing schools, billions of dollars of taxpayers money given to universities for medical research every year. The covid hoax lockdown masking schools closed down every government office but the post office closed double masks laws that masks be worn even after negative covid test and vaccine. CDC state health departments, it’s all socialized medicine or national health as it’s called in Europe. Our country hosoital systems get most of their money not from the county but from the federal taxes

    Every fresh off the boat immigrant with fake or genuine ID claiming they are 65 is entitled to Medicare. In some states more than half the babies born are born on federal or as the Europeans call it national health Medicaid

    Europeans call it national health . We call it county hospital clinic system, Medicare Medicaid government mandated employer health insurance billions in government grants every year what’s the difference?

    [MORE]

    European workers pay taxes for their national health and are charged either nothing or a very low fee for treatment and medicine . Europeans and immigrants who don’t work and don’t pay income pay taxes are charged either nothing or a low fee for treatment and medicine.

    Europeans also have private insurance. But everybody, even tourists and American military is entitled to national health care. One thing Europeans just cannot comprehend is an American with no health insurance not in Medicare Medicaid paying $150, $200 for a dr visit like you pay for a car repair or hair cut.

    American workers pay taxes that pay for medical treatment for non workers and immigrants. Plus American workers pay thousands a year in so called private or actually employers health insurance.

    American non workers and immigrants pay no income taxes and no private insurance fees and get the same treatment and medicine as the workers who support the entire system of Medicare Medicaid county hospital clinic system medical schools and billions of dollars in government grants for medical schools research equipment and hospital construction. CDC is a national health or socialized medical system.

    It’s not 1780 when the local Dr set a broken leg for a couple chickens or a bushel of potatoes anymore

    I saw the bills at UCLA hospital . Medicaid paid $1,1 000 for a normal childbirth and 24 hour hospital stay for mom and baby. And they are kicked out exactly 24 hours after birth even if it’s 3 AM. Employer Insurance companies paid $15,800 for a normal childbirth and exactly 24 hour stay. That was my last job a few years ago employer insurance is probably more. Medicaid is probably the same.

    And it takes years and an army of clerks to get payment out of either Medicaid or the insurance companies ; years. Drs have told me 40% of the cost of their practice is chasing Medicare Medicaid and insurance companies for money owed.

    There are counties and Indian reservations in America bigger than many European countries. They have the national health. America has the very comprehensive county hospital clinic system. When Europeans tell you we have no health system and people die in the streets because we don’t have a national health system, tell them about the county health system mandated for every county by state law back 170, 200 years ago when the territory became a state. And we had the CDC before most European countries had national health in the late 1940s.

    The English national health is supposed to be pretty bad. Due to extreme affirmative action for blacks and browns and discrimination against White British. Some of the hospital housekeeping administration jobs were eliminated. So some claim it’s Indian and African sanitation standards. The difference between Northern Ireland part of the UK and the Irish Republic, not part of the UK is astounding.

    It’s not easy for the English to get jobs in England due to extreme affirmative action for blacks and browns. So they go to the continent to get work. And they are astonished at how good the national health is on the continent or even right across the N Ireland Irish Republic border.

    Spain is as full of English retirees as Florida is full of American retirees. After a lifetime if English national health care, they are astonished and very grateful for the Spanish version of national health care.

    Other than England Scotland and N Ireland, Europeans are satisfied with their national health systems.

    My opinion is that much of the complaining about American health care is just liberal media lies and agenda. American media finds nothing good about America and everything bad.

  314. anon[223] • Disclaimer says:
    @Ron Unz

    Another theoretical argument in favor of your “Grand Bargain” might be that as the poor get richer, they tend to have less kids, so raising the minimum wage might sharply lower the fertility of the non-White population in America, which will halt the demographic change that Conservatives are so worried about.

  315. @Ron Unz

    Over the last thirty years there have been numerous organized groups working to protect Christian values in American society and the sanctity of traditional marriages. I’m sure their leaders claim they’ve generally done a good job, or at least as good a job as was possible given the enormously powerful opposition that they faced. They also probably claim that they’re very close to finally turning the tide and winning a sweeping victory for their cause. Perhaps they’re right about these things, but I think that the empirical evidence tends to point in the opposite direction.

    * * *

    Meanwhile, immigration, affirmative action, and multiculturalism are *vastly* stronger and more extreme than anyone would have even imagined possible back then. For example, back around 1995 conservatives would sometimes make satirical jokes about putting Harriet Tubman on our twenty dollar bill, but these days many of the conservative Republicans in Congress have endorsed that proposal and it’s now scheduled to happen. So I think you should apply my analogy about “Christian values” to this situation.

    In both cases, the common thread is that the politicians whom conservatives elect to represent their interests actually service the donor class which holds (previously tacitly) contrary views on these issues common among the milieu of the oligarchs.

    As for the former, the conservatives won battle after battle on the field of democratic competition. So much so that there was a period in the 1990s and early 2000s in which Democrats had to pretend to hold the conservatives’ view with regard to marriage in order be electorally viable. In 2006 I recall watching oral argument on CSPAN before the New York Court of Appeals which rejected arguments that the New York Constitution included a right to same sex marriage. Even the mighty Barack Obama had to pretend that marriage was between man and woman with “God in the mix.”

    The conservatives’ only true loss (which was total) was in the Supreme Court, betrayed by a Reagan appointee representing the cultural interests of the oligarch class. This theatrical defeat snatched from the jaws of a hundred victories is not the sort of thing one sees in a functioning polity. The ruling class showed its face in Obergefell, foreshadowing what was to come in the Trump administration.

    Likewise, immigration, affirmative action and the like are buoyed by oligarchic interests contrary to not only existing law but broad public sentiment. On immigration, our GOP champions are perennially proposing a bait-and-switch of some form of present amnesty in exchange for promises of future border security in service of their paymasters who want the cut rate labor supply flow to continue. We’re not getting what we demand because the political machinery is captured by a class that will have things its way.

    • Replies: @Ron Unz
  316. midtown says:
    @Ron Unz

    I think you are massively overstating the GOP interest in reduced immigration, especially legal immigration. Just fighting illegal immigration has been a huge battle against the Chamber of Commerce caucus, which is at least half the GOP politicians. Others are just clueless. Defeating amnesty proposals have in themselves been big victories. Offensive victories will be much more difficult.

  317. @peterike

    Your comment reminds us again that there is no future for the white “elites” who are collaborating with the anti-white project.

  318. @Stan d Mute

    He did not state or imply any premise that Jews are replacing themselves.

  319. Brutusale says:
    @Bucky

    Nobody drunk drives at nearly the rate of feather Indians and Hispanics. Per NHTSA:

    EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
    Background
    This report describes the differences among racial and ethnic populations in the frequency of
    occurrence of characteristics or behaviors associated with fatal motor vehicle crashes. Leading
    cause of death data1
    from 2002, the latest year available, showed that 6.8 percent of deaths from
    all causes were attributable to motor vehicle traffic crashes for Native Americans and more than
    4.7 percent for Hispanics or Latinos. For the non-Hispanic White population, the percentage of
    those dying from traffic crashes was just below 1.6 percent, and for Black or African Americans
    and Asians and Pacific Islanders, the percentages were 1.8 percent and 2.5 percent, respectively.
    The Native American population is comparatively small and does not appear to be growing
    proportionally. However, the Hispanic-Latino portion of the United States population in the year
    2050 is projected to be double that population in 2000, according to projections by the U.S.
    Census Bureau.
    Findings
    Drunk driving continues to play a major role in the motor vehicle traffic crash experience across
    race, ethnic, age and gender divides. Data showed that the percentage of fatally injured drivers
    who were drinking was highest for Native Americans (57%) and Hispanics or Latinos (47%).
    This trend appeared to be independent of such socioeconomic influences as education levels or
    the proportion of female-to-male drivers in the population of drivers killed.
    Fatally injured Native American and Hispanic drivers, followed by African American drivers,
    were less likely to hold valid licenses than White or Asian and Pacific Islander drivers.
    Moreover, these Native American drivers were more likely to have had prior driving while
    intoxicated (DWI) convictions and license suspensions, but African American drivers were the
    most likely to have had speeding convictions and convictions for other moving violations.

  320. Anon[526] • Disclaimer says:
    @Paperback Writer

    There is a Providence that protects drunkards, children, and the USA. – Bismarck

    That one?

    I love the company he puts the USA in.

  321. @Jenner Ickham Errican

    It’s valid regardless of the non/homogeneity of the population.

    The influence (i) of one vote falls off at 1/n (hyperbolic). Incremental votes lessen influence at 1/n^2 (di/dn).

    For n <~ 6, an extra vote dilutes in a noticeable way. When n ~ 10^8, the influence is infinitesimally small, and an extra vote diminishes it by ~0.

    The way to neutralize dilution is to make n a large number.

    Regarding the possibility that the new vote(s) will be a non-White Hispanic bloc (58:42 bigger:big government), so what? Their ratio is only a little less offensive than the White one (66:33).

    Small government types (who don’t vote anyhow) are only ~1% of the adult population.

    • Replies: @Jenner Ickham Errican
  322. TWS says:
    @Bucky

    Hispanics don’t commit crime whites and blacks commit crime you’re only Hispanic when you’re a victim.

  323. Sooner or later, they will come up with an Overton defenestration.

    Be sure to have a pile of dirty laundry ready at ground level. That’s what saved the guy in Prague.

  324. Travis says:
    @Mr. Anon

    The Hart-Celler immigration Act was not an improvement when passed in 1965 but would be a huge improvement over the current immigration laws. Passing Hart-Celler today would not be possible, as it would eliminate the diversity visa, eliminate the H1B visa program and impose a quota of 20,000 max immigrants from every nation. Would reduce legal immigration from the current 1.1 million per year to under 400,000 per year.

    My point was that Hart-Celler would be a big improvement over our current immigration laws because it would reduce immigration by 60% and impose stringent quotas on Asia, Africa and Latin America. China would have a max quota of 20,000. So would India. All of Latin America would have a max quota of 120,000 immigrants per year. This is would be a huge improvement over today.

    Any Republican who attempted to re-instate Hart-Celler would be branded a racist. No GOP politicians would ever attempt such a quota system today and the elimination of the H1B visa program.

  325. KenH says:
    @Jim Christian

    A great many media outlets on both sides of the aisle have credited third world immigrants for turning Virginia blue. Right after Dems gained control of both legislative chambers in 2018 there were a number of stories on how the fast growing immigrant vote made that a reality.

    I don’t live in Virginia but apparently you do so you see this all on the ground and believe the media is overstating the effect immigration has had on Virginia’s state politics and understating the impact of mostly white leftist Americans moving in from blue states.

    The major corporations you listed can’t amount to more than a few thousand people and not all of those are Democrats since corporate locations don’t have as many employees as you might think. But there’s also been a large number of people coming in from other states to work in the always expanding federal government and that probably accounts for a lot more than a few major corporations.

    (((Democrats))) are a pestilence.

  326. KenH says:
    @Ron Unz

    Perhaps I’m entirely mistaken, but three decades of unbroken, total failure suggests that perhaps I’m not.

    Most of the right wing, anti-immigration groups operate on shoe string budgets with virtually no allies in major institutions, in the halls of government and mainstream media. So it isn’t a wonder that they can’t change the paradigm.

    If Jewish billionaires and NGO’s suddenly become anti-immigration then you’d see those same marginalized groups become household names overnight and be given favorable (((media))) coverage and millions of dollars in donations.

  327. @Ron Unz

    I wiped out bilingual education so thoroughly that it’s been totally gone and forgotten for about twenty years.

    I didn’t live in California, but I do remember that battle. I thank you for your great efforts, Mr. Unz, though at the time I didn’t know of the names involved in this political effort.

    Since, from your comments here (your site in general, not this post), you seem to be just A-OK with the massive Hispanic immigration, I ask you if you think this bilingual education will ever come up again. I say it won’t – big portions of California, Texas and S. Florida* won’t need bilingual education, as why in the hell would anyone even want to speak English anymore?

    As for the rest of this comment, what’s been going on for 30 years is very obvious: The right has been too nice and civilized to fight dirty, but the left fights dirty all the time. I think the right may learn to fight dirty, but it’ll probably be long after they’ve lost the country.

    .

    * Granted, it’s been that way since I can recall, at least by the late 1980s.

    • Replies: @Ron Unz
  328. @AndrewR

    What Americans REALLY fetishize is their Constitution.

    What really matters is the character of our leaders. This is true in every country.

    The legal profession, having grown up fetishizing the “free press” (They watched too many “Adventures of Superman” re-runs as kids), of course loves this fetishization. But anyone who has spent time in either or both our civil and criminal legal systems, knows what a crock they are.

    The real way to win a civil suit is by practicing “lawfare”- making the other side spend so much that they hate their own attorneys more than they hate you.

    The criminal system? Don’t make me laugh. Get a lawyer who knows the judge, and plead out or do a pre-trial intervention.
    The old joke “If you can’t get a lawyer who knows the law, get one who knows the judge!” is actually very good advice.

    In France, one is guilty until proven innocent. And yet France is not a police state. How can that be without our Constitution to protect one?

    In France, at least until the 80’s or 90’s (EU rules came in) it was trivially simple to purchase suppressors ($12 starting price!), cane guns, etc., with no paperwork or police checks, even as a foreigner. People weren’t misusing these items. In America, punishment starts at 5 years imprisonment for these felonies.

    Oh course, as France becomes more Arab, these rights will disappear, just as they will/are disappearing in the U.S. Our Constitution hasn’t changed on gun rights, but somehow our rights keep getting whittled away. Save me, Oh Constitution!!

    If you spend enough time living and working in other countries, not just being a tourist, you will learn that many of the bromides Americans take for granted are just regurgitated propaganda that have been force-fed to Americans since birth.

    It is becoming increasingly apparent to more and more people that the race of your fellow citizens (and non-citizens, apparently) has a much bigger impact on one’s quality of life than the Constitution does.

    Multi-culturalism was a pipe dream which is now rapidly morphing into a nightmare.

  329. @Ron Unz

    I remember being so physically thrilled when that NR article came out that I spent the next hour at my desk reading and rereading it. I felt that finally, something was going to happen, that a call to arms had been sounded.

    I had lived in Miami between 1975 and 1980, then again in 82-83 and 85-86. I saw what the Hispanic tidal wave had done to that city. All my Anglo friends swapped horror stories. The Mcduffy riots ( the most expensive civil disturbance in American history to that point) were an anti-Cuban riot to a tremendous degree, although the actions of the police were the spark. The blacks hated the Cubsns for displacing them and the Cubans openly think all blacks are scum- still do, in fact. Clueless Jews in Miami Beach and Aventura and Kendall had no idea- still don’t. WASPS fled to Broward county (Ft. Lauderdale and environs).

    Here, finally, was an article that attacked the feel-good notion of perpetual racial enrichment, which from my point of view was really barely concealed mutual contempt.

    And- NOTHING. NADA. ZIP. Not a goddamned thing happened.

    I knew what a joke bilingual education was. Total immersion is the way to go.

    If only we could have had another Ron Unz for the immigration battle.

    Another great article was in the Atlantic about Wasau, by Roy Beck (of “Immigration Gumballs” fame), if memory serves.

    But the entrenched view and the Deep State were and are just too strong.

    We all know what has to come after.

    There will be blood, unless one thinks that 190 million Whites, historically the greatest organized killing machine in history, will roll over and die.

    Very bad times ahead, and all was utterly avoidable with a smidgen of foresight.

  330. Corvinus says:
    @Reg Cæsar

    “Antifa begs to disagree. On this point, they’re right.”

    Thanks for your red herring. I suppose you want some Grey Poupon with it?

    “You offer no counterexamples”.

    Everywhere, everyday, men and women of different races interact with one another in positive manners. It’s who we are.

    “Our ilk and our kith and our kin.”

    You mean YOUR ilk, kith, and kin/

    “It was created for Anglo-Saxons, and their “adjacents”. Ask this Huguenot:”

    Jay doesn’t say “Anglo-Saxons”. As far as “adjacents”, does that mean Southern/Eastern Europeans are included, when they weren’t even viewed by nativists as being capable of understanding republican principles? Smells like magic dirt to me…

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
  331. vinteuil says:
    @Jonathan Mason

    There are only two parties of any consequence in the United States.

    If you are against one you are probably for the other.

    Stupidity just doesn’t get much stupider than this.

    I mean, Jeezus.

  332. @Abolish_public_education

    Regarding the possibility that the new vote(s) will be a non-White Hispanic bloc (58:42 bigger:big government), so what? Their ratio is only a little less offensive than the White one (66:33).

    Not sure why you’re talking about “bigger:big government”—if you followed my link I provided voter polls showing diverging (Whites vs. the rest) aggregate racial support or lack thereof for the First and Second Amendments of the Bill of Rights. Your “influence of one vote” red herring misses the point of racial demographic swamping and the potential legislative outcomes thereof. Care to actually address/rebut my point?

  333. @Jenner Ickham Errican

    Your point seemed to be that a large influx of [non-White] foreigners who are indifferent to #1,2, .. 10 will inevitably kill the BoR.

    It has been on life support for a long time.

    With BoR defenders like native-born Whites, who needs anti-BoR, non-White immigrants?

    White non-Hispanics are only slightly less sucky than White-Hispanics on the freedom (big/small government) issues. (It makes little difference to me which group dominates politically.)

    I hope that more clearly addressed your concerns.

    • Replies: @Jenner Ickham Errican
  334. @Dave Pinsen

    “Don Hr. is like a middling daytime Fox News guest.”

    In other words, an ideal VP candidate – or, as John Nance Garner said “the vice presidency isn’t worth a bucket of warm spit.”

  335. @Forbes

    “You don’t reason someone out of a belief they didn’t reason their way into.”

    Jonathan Swift’s wisdom from the 18th century is as true today as it was then.

    Here’s another of his relevant gems, expressed with his usual concision:

    “When a great genius appears in the world, you may know him by this sign; that the dunces are all in confederacy against him.”

  336. AndrewR says:
    @Ron Unz

    I admire your dedication, Mr Unz, but dare I say it hasn’t mattered in the long run. Cali is a Democrat one-party state with pretty much the worst views on anything of importance in the US.

    And please explain how a group can “follow the wrong political strategy” for decades but still be competent.

  337. @Corvinus

    Everywhere, everyday, men and women of different races interact with one another in positive manners.

    Individually. Collectively, it’s another kettle of fish. If they outnumber us, it’s no longer our country. It’s theirs. That’s how democracy works.

    It’s who we are.

    Who is this “we”?

    • Replies: @Corvinus
  338. @Corvinus

    ‘…At what point would you agree we should stop letting people in?’

    I note you avoid answering my most essential question. At what point? What is the limit?

    • Replies: @Corvinus
    , @James Forrestal
  339. @Ron Unz

    I broke its back in just twelve months, then spent another few years in smaller mopping up actions. As a result, “bilingual” mostly vanished so long ago

    It’s still going strong in Canada. (Other than Quebec.) Which is a good argument against “official English”– English has been official there for over 150 years. Fat lot of good that’s done them.

    But I saw its weak point…

    The weak point is that nobody wants to cover the costs of immigration. So raise the immigrant’s minimum wage to well over the income tax threshold, and require him or his employer to fund his health care and his children’s education fully.

    In other words, standards.

  340. Ragno says:

    For those dismissing the “cuck” Tucker Carlson, here’s tonight’s show, featuring two breaking-news bombshells: Biden to pack court, and Babbitt killer walks without even being ID’d.

    This is possibly the most courageous and straight-shooting 35 minutes of television journalism ever broadcast in this country – every remaining American patriot is in this man’s debt right now. And God save & protect the United States of America, because we’re in deep deep trouble.

  341. Ron Unz says:
    @Alec Leamas (hard at work)

    In both cases, the common thread is that the politicians whom conservatives elect to represent their interests actually service the donor class which holds (previously tacitly) contrary views on these issues common among the milieu of the oligarchs….The conservatives’ only true loss (which was total) was in the Supreme Court, betrayed by a Reagan appointee representing the cultural interests of the oligarch class…Likewise, immigration, affirmative action and the like are buoyed by oligarchic interests contrary to not only existing law but broad public sentiment.

    It’s absolutely true that actual voters have little power compared to that of the judges and the wealthy elites, but both of those latter tend to be swayed by the media. Basically, the MSM tells them what’s “good” and “right” and they then tend to do that regardless of the laws or the will of the people.

    Thus, our most crucial victory in the English Wars was winning the MSM and clobbering the bilinguals in that arena. Once we did that, everything was downhill. For example, everyone had been 100% sure that our initiative would be struck down by judges or at least tied up in the courts for years as always happens to every “controversial” initiative. Nope! It passed in June and by September pretty much all the schools in California were teaching English.

    Liberal Reed Hastings was president of the CA State Board of Education, and he’d initially opposed our initiative. But the MSM coverage persuaded him it was a “good” thing, so he fought the crazy bilinguals when they tried to water it down in Sacramento, and later even donated some money for a similar “English” initiative in Massachusetts. Our MSM coverage was so enormously positive that all the bilingual activists were constantly claiming that the media was biased against them.

    And that’s exactly the primary target of my immigration strategy. I think there’s a pretty good chance my plan would win over the entire American MSM, and once you’ve won the MSM, picking up the judges and the wealthy donors is fairly easy. It’s really a good plan, but the stupid Republicans/conservatives would never support it in a million years.

    Naturally, the Trump strategy was absolutely 100% the opposite. And you can tell me whether or not it ended up working.

    • Replies: @anonymous
    , @Antiwar7
  342. Ron Unz says:
    @Achmed E. Newman

    Since, from your comments here (your site in general, not this post), you seem to be just A-OK with the massive Hispanic immigration, I ask you if you think this bilingual education will ever come up again.

    Well, Hispanics mostly seem like fine people to me, but immigration levels are much too high and should be very sharply reduced. I’ve written quite a few articles on exactly that point over the last decade or so. Then about five or six years ago, I came up with the clever political strategy to actually achieve that result which I linked upthread.

    As for bilingual ed, it’s absolutely dead as a door-nail, and has been for about twenty years, no thanks to the stupid Republicans.

  343. @Abolish_public_education

    Your point seemed to be that a large influx of [non-White] foreigners who are indifferent to #1,2, .. 10 will inevitably kill the BoR.

    I showed with polling data that the Bill of Rights is in danger from a changing electorate (though not “inevitably kill[ed]”).

    It has been on life support for a long time.

    With BoR defenders like native-born Whites, who needs anti-BoR, non-White immigrants?

    Huh? The BoR, while not perfectly robust, is still in strongly in effect, thanks to White voters (still a majority of the electorate) being more for the Amendments than against. In the zero-sum game of voting (e.g., does the Commonwealth of Virginia ban ‘assault weapons’ or not?) your non-sequitur mathematical formulas do not address the issue of divergent racial voting choices in the context of increasing non-White immigration and population ratios.

    I hope that more clearly addressed your concerns.

    My “concern” is that you did not back up your initial assertion:

    This dilution of voting power argument is for suckers.

    Again, I showed with data that demographic voting ‘blocks’ (not absolute blocks, but mathematically crucial) do matter on real laws. Obviously this backs up Tucker Carlson’s point, which you seem unable to grasp. Perhaps you were shortchanged by your (public?) education…

  344. anonymous[223] • Disclaimer says:
    @Ron Unz

    I see your point about the MSM, but I really think the situations were completely different here.
    For one, your argument was that Hispanics would do much better if they had english learning, and this was a policy designed to benefit them, with positive effects for the reminder of Americans. The downside is all the highly-paid administrators who made bank of bilingual learning would lose their jobs, and no one, not even the bilinguals liked them particularly. One the issue of who would been benefited/hurt was figured out, it was simply a matter of academic debate, whether it would work or not.

    The difference here is the arch-immigration argument is that they believe that immigration of foreigners makes America worse off, whether they believe it’s in racial or economic terms, and think it should be stopped.

    It’s much harder to argue in favor of immigration restrictionalism since even if it helps the vast bulk of Americans, the immigrant advocates claims it would hurt the large numbers of would-be Americans, and people like Reed Hastings, who tend to be utilitarian, would immediately go to the other side. After all, CA has like the highest poverty rate, and yet the state’s leaders and billionaire class are still committed to supporting mass immigration. They aren’t stupid, but they believe that whatever losses that may accrue to the Americans would be countered by a benefit in the rise of living standards of the immigrants coming here.

    That’s just my thoughts, I could be wrong.

    • Replies: @Ron Unz
  345. @Anon

    Was it Mao who said, “Shoot ten, teach a thousand”? This principle worked well for Mobutu Sese Seko leading up to the Ali-Foreman fight from September through October 1974 when Kinshasa went from high crime to no crime because Seko had a handful of the most notorious criminals executed to send a message to the rest of the criminals.

    Pinochet did this as well, quite successfully. We need something similar here – doesn’t need to be a lot of people. A few of the more obnoxious verbalist “elites” and then some Twitter tough guys chosen at random. The rest will learn quickly (not all, certain parasitic “subgroups” seem to be very slow to grasp that they’re enraging the host).

    • Replies: @Corvinus
  346. Antiwar7 says:
    @Ron Unz

    It’s absolutely true that actual voters have little power compared to that of the judges and the wealthy elites, but both of those latter tend to be swayed by the media. Basically, the MSM tells them what’s “good” and “right” and they then tend to do that regardless of the laws or the will of the people.

    A brilliant observation. Thanks.

  347. Ron Unz says:
    @anonymous

    The difference here is the arch-immigration argument is that they believe that immigration of foreigners makes America worse off, whether they believe it’s in racial or economic terms, and think it should be stopped.

    It’s much harder to argue in favor of immigration restrictionalism since even if it helps the vast bulk of Americans, the immigrant advocates claims it would hurt the large numbers of would-be Americans, and people like Reed Hastings, who tend to be utilitarian, would immediately go to the other side.

    I would strongly disagree. If you haven’t already done so, you really should read my article in which I laid out my analysis:

    https://www.unz.com/runz/a-grand-bargain-on-immigration-reform-2/

    Consider the close analogy of sharply raising the minimum wage, which is an element of my proposal. It obviously hurts would-be future immigrants by eliminating the jobs they would initially obtain, which is one reason pro-immigration libertarians so strongly denounce and oppose it.

    But how many prominent Democrats or liberal activists would publicly oppose a large minimum wage hike for that reason? I’d say about 0.00%.

    Indeed, after I unveiled my proposal a few years years, free market economist Tyler Cowen denounced it as being “diabolically clever”…

  348. Corvinus says:
    @Reg Cæsar

    “Individually. Collectively, it’s another kettle of fish.”

    LOL, it’s individually AND collectively.

    “If they outnumber us, it’s no longer our country. It’s theirs. That’s how democracy works.”

    Who is this “they”? Who is this “us”? “Our country”? You speak in code. And, no silly goose, that’s NOT how democracy works.

    “Who is this ‘we’”?

    Americans.

  349. Corvinus says:
    @iDeplorable

    “Pinochet did this as well, quite successfully. We need something similar here…”

    Ah, yes, another armchair warrior. Why don’t you volunteer? Duty calls, right?

  350. Corvinus says:
    @Colin Wright

    “‘…At what point would you agree we should stop letting people in?’ I note you avoid answering my most essential question. At what point? What is the limit?”

    I don’t have the magic number. 100,000 per year–still too much? Perhaps you would prefer “zero” for a period of 10-20 years? Is that really politically doable?

    • Replies: @Colin Wright
  351. @Corvinus

    ‘“‘…At what point would you agree we should stop letting people in?’ I note you avoid answering my most essential question. At what point? What is the limit?”’

    I don’t have the magic number…’

    You still don’t answer the question!

    You’re willing to accept a shit hole with 1.5 billion inhabitants who hate each other? Fine.

    You want to mine the border and machine gun anyone who makes it across? Also fine.

    In both cases, you would at least be accepting the moral consequences of your position.

    But you won’t take a position. This is intellectual cowardice. It’s precisely the sort of intellectual muffinry that led Hitler to think he could get away with invading Poland, the Egyptian people to think that if they revolted, Obama would support them, etc.

    It’s a form of cowardice that is functionally equivalent to evil. It leads to immigrants continuing to come in — and to the last ten million being herded into the sea at the point of a bayonet.

    • Replies: @Corvinus
  352. @Dave Pinsen

    On Monday, Jonathan Greenblatt of the ADL was still whining about Tucker’s show from last Thursday on Twitter.

    That shows a lot of chutzpah coming from the director of a semitic supremacist anti-White hate group.

  353. @Colin Wright

    …At what point would you agree we should stop letting people in?’

    I note you avoid answering my most essential question. At what point? What is the limit?

    Here, let me translate “Corvinus’ ” incoherent, histrionic pilpul and low-effort evasions for you:

    1. None of the goyim’s business.

    2. All goyim are basically the same, so why does it matter which type of goyim live in America? It’s not as if Somalians, mestizos, etc. were invading the settler-colonialist state in Palestine — now that would be like anudda shoah all over again.

    • Replies: @Corvinus
  354. @Achmed E. Newman

    “Yeah, James, I also noticed that no country ever voted Communism out either.”

    Nicaragua did.

    • Replies: @anon
    , @Achmed E. Newman
  355. anon[139] • Disclaimer says:
    @Nicholas Stix

    Sort of.

    Because Nicaragua never went full Castroite.

    But not really.

    How many years now has Sandinista Daniel Ortega been in charge?

  356. @Nicholas Stix

    Nick, Communism ended in Nicaragua only after years of war between the Sandinistas, supported by the USSR, and the contras, supported by the Reagan Administration. The country had a vote in 1984, in which the Sandinistas won. It all ended in ’88, as this proxy war ended with the ending of the Cold War.

    I’m not sure which election you mean, but you could write me a link.

  357. Corvinus says:
    @Colin Wright

    “You still don’t answer the question!”

    Actually, I did answer it, you just don’t like my response!

    “You’re willing to accept a shit hole with 1.5 billion inhabitants who hate each other? Fine.”

    What “shithole” are you even babbling about?

    “You want to mine the border and machine gun anyone who makes it across? Also fine.”

    Including children?

    “In both cases, you would at least be accepting the moral consequences of your position.”

    Strawman.

    “But you won’t take a position”.

    Again, I did take a position, you just don’t prefer it!

    “It’s a form of cowardice that is functionally equivalent to evil”.

    False equivalence.

    “It leads to immigrants continuing to come in — and to the last ten million being herded into the sea at the point of a bayonet.”

    According to Who/Whom? Damn, I thought you would make it 3 for 3 when it comes to rheological fallacies. There’s always your next post!

    • Replies: @Colin Wright
  358. ATBOTL says:

    Let’s check in with quasi-government Israeli media…

    JEWISH TELEGRAPHIC AGENCY: Why did Tucker Carlson talk about Israeli immigration policy? What you need to know about the white supremacist ‘open borders for Israel’ meme.

    https://www.jta.org/2021/04/16/united-states/why-did-tucker-carlson-talk-about-israeli-immigration-policy-what-you-need-to-know-about-the-white-supremacist-open-borders-for-israel-meme

    …The contradiction only works in white supremacists’ imaginations. In reality, while American Jews tend to sympathize with immigrants and refugees, few Jews actually call for “open borders” in the U.S. And many Jews and Jewish groups, including the ADL, are particularly critical of Israel’s restrictive refugee policy, which has been a topic of heated debate there for a decade.

    In the “open borders for Israel” meme, white supremacists take substantive debate beyond the pale of legitimacy. Beyond critiquing policy, they suggest (falsely) that Israel’s immigration system is one more piece of a Jewish conspiracy to destroy white society, and that Jews are playing a dishonest double game by advocating separate policies for the United States and Israel…

    …Pro-Israel advocates say there’s a reason to differentiate between immigration policies in Israel and the United States. They note that Israel’s immigration system does privilege Jews, offering them automatic citizenship, because Israel was founded in part as a safe haven for Jews after centuries of lethal persecution. By contrast, the United States was founded, in theory, on the promise of equality for all. And unlike the Jews who founded Israel, white people in America are not a persecuted minority.

    In Israel, non-Jewish Israelis are afforded individual equality under the law. An Arab Israeli sits on the Supreme Court and, following Israel’s most recent election, an Islamist party may act as kingmaker.

    “Tucker is wrong because the ADL opposing a [Palestinian] ‘right of return’ is about preserving a single, functioning refuge for an oppressed people,” tweeted Gilead Ini, a senior research analyst for the right-wing pro-Israel media watchdog CAMERA. In a subsequent tweet, he wrote, “Surely Tucker understands the difference between what’s described above and the situation of, say, Americans of English descent.”

    “Right-wing pro-Israel” Israeli Jew Gilead Ini, who works for the Likud Government controlled CAMERA propaganda agency, explicitly states he wants a Jewish Israel and an America open to everyone in the world. This is how most “right wing Israelis” think about us. I can think of one difference between Israeli Jews and Americans of English descent, Israeli Jews are a majority and Americans of English descent are not. Zionist Jews will defend anti-white double standards with unrelenting fanaticism. They will never accept that white people have a right to our own countries.

    Anyone who is not pro-Palestinian is anti-white.

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
  359. @Corvinus

    ‘“You still don’t answer the question!”

    Actually, I did answer it, you just don’t like my response!’

    Really? You answered my question? I asked what would be the largest population for the United States you would find acceptable.

    Point me to your answer.

    Betcha still don’t answer the question!

    • Replies: @Corvinus
  360. @ATBOTL

    “By contrast, the United States was founded, in theory, on the promise of equality for all.”

    According to the Preamble, the US was founded for the benefit of “ourselves and our posterity.”

    • Replies: @Corvinus
  361. ATBOTL says:

    Here’s a zionist Israeli Jew on twitter expressing support for anti-white double standards:

    Yonatan יונתן يوناتان
    @__jacker__
    Replying to
    @PeterBeinart
    Israel was established as a state for Jewish refugees in order that they have the chance to determine their own political fate. It was *designed* to protect Jews, who had been a persecuted minority for 2000 years.

    The American white population don’t have such a backstory.
    8:03 AM · Apr 14, 2021·Twitter Web App

    Tons of comments like this anywhere Jews are talking about this incident. Here are some more clumsy and ridiculous hasbara tweets from right wing Israeli Jews…They want to be clear to the goyim that Israel and goyim nations are NOT to be held to the same standard:

    Mimi
    @MiriamL99472550
    Replying to
    @PeterBeinart
    @TuckerCarlson
    Tucker is pissed because the liberal Jews went after him. So he formed a false narrative about the Arab/Israeli conflict. What he should have said is that Muslim countries maintain their majority by limiting nonMuslims or refusing them citizenship.
    1:17 PM · Apr 13, 2021·Twitter for Android
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    Israeli spy Shawn (שושנה)Dreyfus, JD, LLM
    @DreyfusShawn
    ·
    Apr 13
    Replying to
    @MiriamL99472550

    @PeterBeinart
    and
    @TuckerCarlson
    Tucker was using the ADL’s statement to slam the leftist cnt who currently runs that sham organization. Tucker clearly was aware of what he was doing and it was NOT making an actual comparison bw Israel and the US. Face with rolling eyesFace with rolling eyes
    Tip
    Mimi
    @MiriamL99472550
    ·
    Apr 13
    I agree, I understand, but in America people don’t know that and they will take what he said at face value. This is why I wanted to make it clear that his example or narrative was not historically correct.

    Interestingly, they are afraid to attack Tucker directly. I sense fear among right wing Jews. They realize how bad it will look if all Jews are against Tucker. So they are committed to defending him, even as he treads on ground they dread him treading on. This is Tucker’s white power hour now. Tucker can steer his audience to forbidden topics, while always having some Jews feel forced to defend him. If FOX fires Tucker, he will just go on other platforms and say more radical things than he is saying now. I bet RT would love to have Tucker and would let him get away with a lot more truth.

    This is the beginning of the white backlash against Jews going mainstream. Conservative Whites in America are at the breaking point right now. There is nowhere left to go for them but explicitly white identity politics. The last year, with anti-white riots, harassment and propaganda on a daily basis was the last straw. No professional conservatives in good standing did not support Tucker. Noticing the Great Replacement, with some fig leaf caveats, and noticing Jewish hypocrisy are now the mainstream on the right. That’s a stunning advance for the white nationalist cause and it puts us a hair’s breadth away from a mass white nationalist movement replacing colorblind conservatism. This year is going to be crazy.

  362. Corvinus says:
    @Colin Wright

    “I asked what would be the largest population for the United States you would find acceptable.”

    You are now asking a different question. Here is the one you asked–“At what point would you agree we should stop letting people in?’ I note you avoid answering my most essential question. At what point? What is the limit?”’

    I stated, “I don’t have the magic number. 100,000 per year–still too much? Perhaps you would prefer “zero” for a period of 10-20 years? Is that really politically doable?”

    I don’t have a hard or soft number for EITHER question. That is my answer. Don’t like my honest response? That’s your prerogative.

    “You want to mine the border and machine gun anyone who makes it across? Also fine.”

    So, including children?

    • LOL: Colin Wright
    • Replies: @Charlesz Martel
  363. Corvinus says:
    @Steve Sailer

    Our posterity includes different races and ethnicities, who came from there to build a better there here.

    It’s who we are.

  364. Clearly “Corvinus” [more like Béla Kun, amirite?] subscribes to the “stork” theory of human reproduction. The long-discredited canard of semitic intellectual supremacism is really taking a beating today…

    Though one wonders if he would be quite as willing to stridently shriek the same sort of ignorant, hate-filled rhetoric in the direction of the settler-colonialist ethnostate in Palestine…

    • Replies: @Corvinus
  365. @Corvinus

    There’s a saying that goes something like this (This is a JOKE, so everyone calm down, OK?)

    A woman asks a soldier trying to control an insurrection,

    “How can you shoot women and children?”

    And the soldier replies:

    “Shoot a little lower and lead a little less!”

    Thank you, I’ll be here all week!

  366. Corvinus says:
    @James Forrestal

    “Clearly “Corvinus” [more like Béla Kun, amirite?]”

    Bela Lugosi, friend.

    “subscribes to the “stork” theory of human reproduction.”

    Actually, I do not. A man and woman make babies. You’re thinking cartoon characters. Go figure.

    “The long-discredited canard of semitic intellectual supremacism is really taking a beating today…”

    I didn’t realize Tucker and iSteve are Jewish.

    “Though one wonders if he would be quite as willing to stridently shriek the same sort of ignorant, hate-filled rhetoric in the direction of the settler-colonialist ethnostate in Palestine…”

    The fact of the matter is that the Palestinians are getting the short end of the stick.

  367. Paleoconn says:

    Somebody on zman reported an antisemitic act on the ADL site. description: Tucker and Steyn’s beat down of Greenblatt. Hilarious. I might just do the same.

  368. Corvinus says:
    @James Forrestal

    So, you basically erected a strawman and drew false conclusions to make your “point”. Too bad you didn’t go after the tri-fecta by adding ad hominem into the mix. There’s always next time, my white friend!

    • Replies: @James Forrestal
  369. @Corvinus

    And the ignorant, hate-filled semitic supremacist Béla Kun, after endlessly spewing forth his logorrheic anti-White rants, whines “B-b-ut it’s not fair to notice my ignorance, my hatred, or my virulent semitic supremacism!!!”

    Toxic semitism indeed.

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