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Should We Ban Muslim Immigration?

Chaim Amalek Why ban anyone? Just institute policy of balanced, reciprocal immigration: America takes in no more people from any given country than that country took in from America the previous year. Problem solved.

Michael Allen Chaim Amalek I don’t have a problem with limiting immigration period, but I still would love to know why these pollsters refuse to ask people how they would identify Muslims to ban? Are the pollsters afraid the logical question would cause massive pants wetting or emotional torment among the choose-to-be ignorant crowd? All the more reason to ask the question.

Chaim Amalek What’s the difficulty? If a migrant comes from Saudi Arabia, then the migrant is a Muslim. No Christians live in Saudi Arabia. Or they could simply ask “Do you believe that there is no God but Allah and that Mohammed is his prophet?” Anyone who answers “yes” is a muslim, and no Believer would dare answer no.

Michael Allen Chaim Amalek ” No Christians live in Saudi Arabia.” Really? You stand by that? Better tell these folks… You do realize that’s self-identification, right? You do realize people can lie in that process quite easily, right? People of all faiths and non-faiths lie all the time. The world simply doesn’t live in your perfect order.

Chaim Amalek I don’t require perfection. No filter is 100% effective, and if it works even just part of the time and you want to keep out muslims, then it works. Possibly well enough. Now regarding my statement, OK, let’s amend it to “there are practically no Saudi nationals who are Christian”. According to the article, the Christians in Saudi Arabia are generally guest workers and ex-pats.

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2Kevins With Grace & Steel: A Talk With Kevin MacDonald on Trump and the AltRight; The Bonfire of the Pundits, etc.

Kevin Michael Grace writes: Episode 41 of my podcast is now posted here (with copious links). In Part 1, I speak with Kevin MacDonald, professor emeritus of psychology at California State University-Long Beach, editor of the Occidental Observer and author of the Culture of Critique series on Jewish evolutionary strategies. He begins by confessing his astonishment at the difference one year can make. In 2015, Jewish influence—political, social, cultural, financial—was a no-go zone for all but the bravest of commentators (such as MacDonald). Today, the Anti-Defamation League is in a panic, while Jewish Twitter users have taken to self-parenthesizing (putting ((( before and ))) after their names, so that it “echoes”).

So why did the world go 180 in 12 months? Two interrelated reasons. The first is the candidacy of Donald Trump, and the second is the Rise of the Twitter Trolls. MacDonald is keen on the first and ambivalent about the second. Like me, he was thrilled by The Donald’s “America First” speech and impressed that Trump has doubled down on this theme, despite hysterical opposition and the usual slanderous drivel that the America First movement of the 1930s was America’s own Adolf Hitler Fan Club.

MacDonald said that he didn’t know whether his work had influenced the AltRight. My own investigations have persuaded me that it has. In any event, he admits to being rather horrified by the fashy memes and low humor that characterizes so much of this nascent movement. I’m horrified as well (genuinely so, not merely pro forma) but must acknowledge that they have succeeded where the genteel have failed. “The extreme always seems to make an impression,” as J.D. says in the wonderful, prescient Heathers. In the Internet Age it would appear that the extreme is the only thing that makes an impression.

I conclude my talk with MacDonald with a joke from Seinfeld, one of my favorite TV shows and, I suspect, one of his as well. To wit, Hillary Clinton’s use of the “Uncle Leo” defense to accusations of criminal behavior with regard to her illicit email server: “I’m an old woman. I’m confused. What’s my name? Will you take me home?”

In Part 2, we discuss the Bonfire of the Pundits. They’re wrong about everything, but there’s more of them than ever. Why are they so wrong? The great Canadian Marshall McLuhan knew why. When admirers said he could see into the future, he corrected them. Where he had the advantage over others was his ability to recognize the present, unlike almost all rivals who persisted in extrapolating from the recent past. This also explains why the pundits still don’t understand the reason for Trump’s popularity. It’s not because he’s a blowhard reality TV star. Instead, Trump has elucidated positions that voters didn’t know they supported until they heard him speak.

Much of Part 2 is a gloss on Paul Farhi’s Washington Post piece, “We Have Reached Peak Punditry.” Perhaps for self-preservation, Farhi has buried his lede, which is that punditry is now female-occupied territory. Which means out with analysis and in with “Muh feels.” Also “muh boobs.” This new breed of pundit loves to show them and to row about them. I suspect it’s only a matter of time before these ladies take to dashing wine in each other’s faces, the universally recognized reality-TV signifier of disapproval.

Years ago, I had something of a broadcast punditry career myself and was even paid for it. Here are some tips for those seeking to join the pundit class. You should sit on your jacket to prevent it from bunching up around your chin. If you must look around, do so with your head and not just your eyes. The key to winning any encounter is simply to talk the most. But the secret is to interrupt and talk over your adversaries without seeming a bully. Finally, never agree to take part in a panel from a remote location. This engenders such powerful physical and psychological alienation that everyone watching you will point and ask, “Who’s the stiff?”

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The Epidemic Of Immigrant Mass Murders

Ann Coulter writes: With the media frantically hiding the content of Donald Trump’s terrorism speech from last week, he should respond to every question with the central point of that speech: How does this kind of immigration make our country better? How does it make the country safer?

Media: Show us your tax returns!

Trump: Show me how our immigration policies are good for the people who already live here.

Media: Tell us why you fired Corey Lewandowski!

Trump: Tell me how our immigration policies are making the country safer for the people who already live here.

Media: How are you going to match Hillary’s corporate fundraising?

Trump: How are our immigration policies helping the people who already live here?

Sooner or later people will say, “That’s a good question—why is this necessary?”

When the Third World immigrants admitted under Sen. Teddy Kennedy’s 1965 Immigration Act—as well as their children—commit mass murder, the government and media tell us it’s a gun problem. Or it’s “our” culture. Or it’s “homophobia.” Or we have to keep admitting millions of Muslims because otherwise the ones already here will REALLY hate us.

Isn’t that extortion? We’ve already admitted millions of Muslim immigrants, but if we don’t take in millions more, the ones we’ve admitted will go on killing sprees?

How did we get in the position where we’re screwed if we’re not in the good graces of the Muslim community? Maybe we should stop doing that.

As any competent health professional will tell you, prevention is always better than a cure. No one says, Go ahead and have sex with that syphilitic whore—we’ve got a cure! You don’t need to worry about a leaky roof—we’ve got mops!

They know that’s not a good argument, which is why the media refuse to tell you what Trump actually said in his terrorism speech.

Like defendants with a losing case being forced to cough up bits of discovery, it took the FBI a week to release a redacted transcript of the Orlando shooter’s 911 call pledging allegiance to ISIS. Even then, the first version came from George Orwell’s Ministry of Truth: “I pledge allegiance to (omitted), may God protect him (in Arabic), on behalf of (omitted).”

That was too much even for Speaker Paul “That’s Not Who We Are” Ryan, prompting the FBI to produce the full version of at least one of Omar’s calls. (It turns out, he wasn’t pledging allegiance to Wayne LaPierre or Phyllis Schlafly.)

To hide the epidemic of immigrant mass murders, all the lists have to include massacres from a time when there weren’t many immigrants here—before Kennedy’s Immigration Act had fully kicked in and overwhelmed our country with the Third World. Fox News ran a chart compiled by Mother Jones magazine that includes mass shootings from the 1980s. Why not the 1960s? Why not include Bonnie and Clyde?

Could we look at mass murders from the last decade?

Those include:

  • 2016: Orlando, Florida, second-generation Afghan immigrant Omar Mateen—49 dead;
  • 2015: San Bernardino, California, first- and second-generation Pakistani immigrants Tashfeen Malik and Syed Farook—14 dead;
  • 2015: Chattanooga, Tennessee, Kuwaiti immigrant Muhammad Youssef Abdulazeez—5 dead;
  • 2014: Isla Vista, California, half-Malaysian immigrant from England, Elliot Rodger—6 dead;
  • 2013: The Boston Marathon, Chechen immigrants Tamerlan and Dzhokhar Tsarnaev—4 dead;
  • 2009: Fort Hood, Texas, Palestinian second-generation immigrant Nidal Hasan—13 dead;
  • 2009: Binghamton, New York, Vietnamese immigrant Jiverly Wong—13 dead;
  • 2007: Virginia Tech, South Korean immigrant Seung-Hui Cho—32 dead.

In the same time period, about a half-dozen mass murders were committed by American white men in their own country, where—despite Teddy Kennedy’s best efforts—they far outnumber Vietnamese, Pakistanis and Afghans. Read on.

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“MADE IN USA!” | Donald Trump Rally | Phoenix, AZ | June 18, 2016

0:33 – “Go fucking cook my burrito, bitch!”

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