Friday, July 6, 2018


When Democrats Cry 'Abolish ICE,' They Really Mean 'Abolish Borders' 

By Mark Krikorian, July 4, 2018 

Are we going to have immigration limits or not? 

That's the question underlying the calls for the abolition of Immigration and Customs and Enforcement (ICE), the bureau within the Department of Homeland Security responsible for upholding our immigration rules away from the borders. 

The push to #AbolishICE is threatening to become a litmus test for Democratic politicians. It has been embraced by presidential hopefuls like Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-N.Y.) and Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.), as well as other far-left figures such as New York Mayor Bill de Blasio, actress-turned-New York gubernatorial candidate Cynthia Nixon, and a number of House members. 

Despite the efforts of some senior Democrats to try to tamp down the anti-borders fervor of their base for fear of political backlash, the energy in the Democratic party is clearly on the far left. In the words of activist Sean McElwee, a co-founder of 

"I believe that every Democrat running in the 2020 Presidential Election will have to articulate a vision of a world without ICE." 

The most charitable interpretation of the #AbolishICE craze is that it's the left's version of the silly call by some on the right to abolish the IRS. If taxes are still going to be collected, and immigration laws enforced, then changing the initials of the agency doing the work is nothing but a political stunt. 

Even if it were simply a political stunt, the push to #AbolishICE would tell us something significant. Republicans who call for dissolving the IRS do so as a way of signaling the depth of their opposition to taxes. Likewise, #AbolishICE is a Democratic candidate's way of communicating to voters that he dislikes immigration limits and the enforcement required to make them meaningful. 

But the Democrats calling to eliminate ICE aren't simply engaged in empty posturing. The event that sparked the cascade of Democrats calling for the abolition of the immigration-enforcement agency was the upset victory of socialist Alexandria Ocacio-Cortez in a New York congressional primary. Her call for dissolving ICE is not just about the initials, but about the very laws that these overworked and underappreciated federal officers enforce. 

Under the heading "Immigration Justice / Abolish ICE", her campaign website argues "It’s time to abolish ICE, clear the path to citizenship, and protect the rights of families to remain together." The second item in this list means amnesty for illegal aliens, while the third point effectively means that illegal aliens with U.S.-citizen or legal-resident relatives will get to stay. 

The push to abolish ICE is the outgrowth of the growing belief on the left that no illegal alien should ever be deported unless they've been convicted of a non-immigration crime. Ocasio-Cortez alluded to this when she wrote that "We have to replace ICE with an updated INS-like structure that handles crime through the same court system we’ve had for well over 100 years." 
This is gibberish, of course, since INS agents did precisely the same thing as ICE agents working on immigration, most of which did not involve criminal violations of immigration law but civil ones, which are handled by deportation, not imprisonment. 

But this view predates the Democrats' latest socialist sweetheart. Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) said back in 2013 "Our view of the law is, if somebody is here without sufficient documentation, that is not reason for deportation." This is objectively false but shows how #AbolishICE grew out of mainstream Democratic party thought. 

And more: During one of the Democratic presidential primary debates, Both Hillary Clinton and Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) promised not to deport any illegal aliens who didn't have criminal convictions. Here's what they said to Univision anchor/activist Jorge Ramos: 

“RAMOS: And that you won't deport immigrants who don't have a criminal record? 

“CLINTON: That's what I'm telling you. 
. . . 
“RAMOS: And can you promise not to deport immigrants who don't have a criminal record? 

“SANDERS: I can make that promise.” 

The point of abolishing ICE is to end all non-criminal deportations of illegal aliens. That would mean that every foreigner who manages to slip past the Border Patrol or who overstays a visa would be permitted to stay forever, so long as he isn't convicted of an especially heinous crime. 

That would render our entire body of immigration law meaningless. The numerical caps on various categories and the requirements to qualify would be irrelevant because there would be no agency to enforce them. #AbolishICE means nothing if not unlimited immigration and open borders. 

Unlimited immigration is a defensible, if misguided, goal. But its proponents are not arguing for it honestly, explaining to voters why they should o
pen America's borders to the world's poor. Instead, they're trying to fool voters by hiding behind a hashtag. 

Che Guevara's boiling contempt for Mexicans – and AMLO's love for Che

Nobody had a greater loathing for Mexicans than the left's much-vaunted Argentine Castroite "revolutionary," Ernesto "Che" Guevara.
"Mexicans are mostly a rabble of illiterate Indians" – that's how the great Che summed that nation's people up.  Guevara makes President Trump with his controversial remarks about individual Mexicans who commit crimes look like a piker.  Guevara hated all of them.
So why the heck is Mexico's socialist president-elect, Andrés Manuel López-Obrador, so eager to suck up to this Argentine thug?
That's the finding of the great writer Humberto Fontova, who dug up some of the details about AMLO's grotesque fascination with this loathsome bounder associated with the romance of the Cuban revolution.  He didn't find a pretty picture.
Turns out AMLO, as he is known, actually named his kid after the Beast of el paredón, the latter being the walls Cuban peasants were lined up against and shot dead at by Guevara himself and his Marxist minions.  Guevara got his rocks off on that kind of work, because he was believed to be a psychopath.
Fontova found this tidbit from last year:
"We have a son named Jesus Ernesto.  The first name is for Jesus Christ and the second for Ernesto Che Guevara ... an exemplary revolutionary who gave his life for his ideals[.] ... Fidel Castro is a giant.  He maintained Cuba as sovereign and free[.] ... Yes, he (Donald Trump) stokes racism[.] ... Trump shouldn't forget Mexico is an independent country. ... No border walls and no chasing our fellow countrymen who migrated to the United States."  (Andrés Manuel López-Obrador in an interview with Univision's Jorge Ramos.)
So here we have a guy who hated Mexicans and now the Mexican president-elect, who supposedly represents all of those Guevara-loathed Mexicans, naming his kid after him.
It suggests that he, too, loathes Mexicans.  Would that explain why he wants to ship so many of them out of there as "a human right"?
What we have here is not just the Chicano-Mexican leftist romance of Che, as Fontova notes in his piece.  We also see a weird desire to "change" the native country from what it is to something different, in the name of serving far-left ideals.  Obama had that hankering, too, in the U.S., and to many on the right, it was obvious that he, too, hated his country.  Wasn't it a coincidence that the Obama campaign had Che Guevara banners on its walls?  Or that he posed gladly with a mural of Che Guevara on his first trip to Cuba?
Now we have AMLO actually naming his kid after Che.  Che hated Mexico, and he most certainly hated the U.S.
What a grotesque spectacle to see socialist leaders of these countries sucking up to such a hater.

Speaking at the University of Missouri in Columbia during a 2008 speech, then-Senator Obama said, "We are five days away from fundamentally transforming the United States of
Many believe that this fundamental transformation was pursued for the eight years Obama was in office.  
Few would say that at the time that a fundamental transformation was already going on in Chicago.  For more than fifty years, the Chicago Democrats were using population removal to get votes and guarantee the outcome of elections.  Just as an iron curtain once fell across Europe, a red curtain had already fallen across Chicago's 50 wards.
The roots of transformation
What are the origins of this program to transform the nation?  The roots of Obama's politics are to be found in the uni-party politics of Chicago.  It has been the aim of the national Democratic Party to use Chicago as a model and then impose that political model on the United States.
The Chicago model requires, first of all, population replacement.  Population replacement leads to voter replacement and then cultural replacement.  Once population replacement is accomplished, voting will eventually reach a point where it becomes irrelevant.
After population replacement, any opposition party to the Democrats can never get enough votes to stop the fundamental transformation of the United States from a constitutional republic to a socialist democracy.  Democrats will always have a guaranteed majority once population is replaced.  Today, uncontrolled immigration and redefining citizenship are the keystone to unlocking that guaranteed majority.
The ongoing debate over Obama's natural-born citizenship status is an example of how the subject of voting and citizenship is viewed by the Democrats.  What should have been a discussion about constitutional qualifications became one about racism.
This accusation of racism nullified the issue in the minds of many, who had a foggy idea about citizenship to begin with.  The debate also showed that Democrats want votes no matter where they can get them.  They want votes up to the point where votes become irrelevant, as is now the case in most Chicago elections.
Englewood and Daley College
What we intend to show here in summary form is how the accumulation of individual lives and the political decisions made by men produce social changes that some may not desire and others maliciously intend.  Just like the accumulation of individual coccolithophores over time made the white cliffs of Dover, so population replacement has altered forever Englewood and Daley College.
If we take as examples a Chicago neighborhood and an educational institution in the city, we see how a plan for fundamental transformation was carried out.  Both of these examples show how population replacement eventually led to voter and cultural replacement.  Population replacement and voter replacement became cogs in the uni-party state that continues to run Chicago, making the city the most segregated in the nation.
The destruction and transformation of Chicago's Englewood community was perhaps the first and best example of how population removal led to voter removal and the transformation of values.  What happened over the course of about 50 years was that a viable community, often rivaling Chicago's Loop in terms of wealth, shopping, and cultural attractions, was transformed into a wasteland that encouraged broken families, poverty, and drug addiction.
The ruling Democrats in Chicago could see this transformation happening before their eyes and did nothing to stop it.  They did little to stop redlining, the exodus of the white working class to the suburbs, or the influx of poor blacks from the South.
In short, Chicago's ruling elites built a plantation where blacks migrating from the Southern states would be housed in projects and made to vote Democrat.  In many ways, black leaders became the capos of a plantation that assured that Democrats would win election after election in Chicago.  Can anyone point to an example of how Jesse Jackson improved, over the long run, the lives of many blacks living in Chicago?
Local urban election victories would be in turn translated to victories on the national level by other segregated U.S. cities.  Chicago became the model for Democratic victories at the polls.  By the time Barack Obama ran for office, the formula for victory by controlling urban minorities with the help of progressive whites was well in place.
If we move from the example of how a neighborhood experienced population replacement for the sake of voter and cultural replacement, the transformation of Daley College on the southwest side of Chicago becomes a good example of how and institution can also be fundamentally transformed by removing one population and replacing it with another.
Daley College, originally named Bogan Junior College, was established to serve the white ethnic communities on the southwest side of the city.  As Latino immigration increased in the '70s and '80s, a political decision was made to turn what was now Daley College into an all Latino school.  That meant replacing the faculty and forcing out the white ethnic students.  After an all Latino administration was put in place, little by little, Daley College was transformed into an all Latino institution.  Population replacement also led to value and cultural replacement.
Where once there were students speaking Polish and Lithuanian, students fleeing communism, there are now Mexican students speaking Spanish and demonstrating in favor of illegal immigration and socialism.
Ethnic cleansing in the U.S.
What happened at Daley College and Englewood was nothing short of ethnic cleansing, yet few in Chicago would recognize it as that today.  Most Chicagoans know little of the history of Englewood or Daley College.
Liberalism and ignorance may be in the water they drink.  Yet to participate today in that structure set up by the Democrats is to participate in its evil, the same way the Germans of the 1930s participated in the growing evil of their politics.
Across the nation, controversy over illegal immigration, the watering down of citizenship, and the relentless attack on U.S. history seems to many to be unending.  Unfortunately, even those with a good heart and a desire for justice are attracted, perhaps in their innocence, to the illusions of the Democratic Party.  Sometimes, we imagine that these misguided citizens outnumber those who are in politics not for patriotism, but for power.  The structure of evil that is the Democratic Party is oblivious to them.
For the Democrats, the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob must be replaced with the ideals of the progressive state.  If the Democrats have to use Islam or the wisdom of the great theologian Nancy Pelosi for that removal, they will.  In many cases, the ruling Democratic Party in large U.S. cities distorted the values of freedom and justice to the point where they became the false values of multiculturalism and diversity.
There are some who may argue that Chicago politics is just ordinary urban politics found in a U.S. city that has undergone wave after wave of European immigration.  Furthermore, the fundamental transformation of Chicago has brought prosperity to some.  Walking along the lakefront, it may be hard to argue against that point of view.  To make a counter-argument, you must go to Englewood and Daley College to see the spiritual and physical devastation the Democratic Party's quest for power has wrought.
Beyond that, there is the religious question, which may be at the heart of U.S. political history.  How did Catholic immigrants end up supporting a progressive politics that was opposed to their faith?  Even when some Catholics resisted the transformation of their neighborhoods, as in the case of Father Lawlor, they were betrayed by Catholic politicians.
"Undocumented immigrants" will become undocumented Democrats
It is obvious to many who call themselves deplorables and those living in the heartland that the election of Donald Trump help saved the nation.  The Chicago model of fundamental transformation could no longer proceed unstopped.  Nevertheless, the Democratic Party is still focused on its goal.
As always, the world goes on.  Yesterday's topless towers of Ilium give way to today's Magnificent Mile.  The uni-party, headed by the Democrats, still runs Chicago.  Chicago politicians are not yet done with their hope for a fundamental transformation.
The Democrats still plan to have the same power structure for the nation that we see in Chicago.  Illegal immigration is the first step toward population and voter replacement, just like in Englewood and at Daley College.  Illegal aliens will become undocumented Democrats.
Nevertheless, in many small towns across the heartland, citizens are becoming aware that population and cultural replacement is in store for them.  They want nothing to do with it.  In 2016, they took matters into their own hands.  Donald Trump and the deplorables have frustrated the plan for national, uni-party control.  It remains to be seen for how long.
Further reading from the author: A Winter of Words and What We Found When We Came Home.




"Congress must prioritize four repairs for the immigration system before contemplating any DACA-style amnesty negotiation, said Brat:

1. Ending chain migration and the visa lottery;

2. Mandating employer use of E-Verify;

3. Construction of a southern border wall; and

4. Interior enforcement of immigration law."


"The new talk about amnesty for drug-dealers is even crazier.  This is just an admission of what anyone who cares to already knows: Mexico is run by a collection of drug cartels and other violent outlaws.  This collection of criminals has killed thousands of public officials, policemen, and reporters – all in the name of preserving a criminal status quo that no one even feels like pretending does not exist anymore.  They even write songs glorifying them."

"Mexico is already a failed state, crippled by a poisoned, stratified culture and a corrupt government that have somehow managed to turn a nation so blessed with resources and hardworking people into such a basket case that millions of its citizens see their best option as putting themselves in the hands of gangsters to cross a burning desert to get cut-rate jobs in el Norte."

Billionaire Mexicans tell their poor to JUMP U.S. OPEN BORDERS and LOOT THE STUPID GRINGO… and loot they do!

Billions of dollars are sucked out of America from Mexico’s looting!

1) Mexico ended legal immigration 100 years ago, except for Spanish blood.
2) Mexico is the 17th richest nation but pays the 220th lowest minimum wage to force their subjects to invade the USA. The expands territory for Mexicans, spreads the Spanish language, and culture and genotypes, while earning 17% of Mexico's gross GDP as Foreign Remittance Income.


Understanding LA RAZA / UNIDOSus: The U.S. tax dollar funded Mexican fascist party which is the fastest growing political party in America

Only in America could critics of a group called "The Race" be labeled racists. Such is the triumph of left-wing identity chauvinists, whose aggressive activists and supine abettors have succeeded in redefining all opposition as "hate."

Mexican president-elect López Obrador embraced by Mexico’s business titans


By Don Knowland
6 July 2018
Mexico’s president-elect Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO) met on Wednesday behind closed doors with the Business Coordinating Council (Consejo Coordinador Empresarial, CCE), comprised of organizations representing the commanding heights of Mexican business. After the meeting, CCE members gave AMLO their “vote of confidence,” according to Gustavo de Hoyos Walther, president of the Employer Confederation of the Mexican Republic (Coparmex), the nation’s largest employers’ organization.
At a press conference afterwards, López Obrador said “it was a very cordial meeting, very good,” and that we are “coordinating to work together.” He expressed his “satisfaction with the attitude of the business sector” and thanked them “for their responsible attitude and mutual trust.”
AMLO went on to emphasize that “we are not going to impose anything, we are going to argue and convince. [O]ur movement has the majority, [but] it will not act in an overbearing manner: nothing by force, everything by reason and right. We are going to act with a lot of responsibility … We are in a time of reconciliation and national unity.”
Appearing with AMLO after the meeting, CCE president Juan Pablo Castañón, who until recently had been one of the most vocal critics of López Obrador, glowingly turned to his former nemesis and enthused that “the attitude has been one of confidence, of certainty, of serenity, of joint work and of a vision of the future. It is a great opportunity to work with your team [in the transition period].”
López Obrador’s picks for his chief of staff, Alfonso Romo, himself a prominent businessman and major investor, and future secretaries of Finance, Carlos Urzúa, and Labor, Luis María Alcalde, also attended the CCE meeting with AMLO. Shortly before the conclave, Romo told the press that AMLO’s early objective is to give “a lot of confidence” so that Mexico becomes a “paradise for investment.”
After the meeting, Alejandro Ramírez Magaña, president of the secretive Mexican Business Council (Consejo Mexicano de Negocios, CMN), which is composed of a select group of 60 billionaires and business tycoons such as Carlos Slim, the richest man in Mexico, said that López Obrador’s speech, was “very conciliatory, and we received it with optimism.” The relationship between AMLO and the business sector, he said, “will be very positive and will involve everyone.”
This comes scarcely two months after López Obrador had accused notable members of the CMN of comprising a “mafia of power” that had “trafficked in influence” with the government and interfered with his two prior presidential campaigns. Ramírez Magaña, who is CEO of Cinépolis, the largest cineplex chain in Mexico and Latin America, and CMN members Claudio X. González Laporte, chairman of Kimberly-Clark, Eduardo Tricio Haro, a major shareholder in Citibánamex and Aeroméxico, and Mexico’s second richest man, Alberto Baillères González, responded by effectively declaring themselves enemies of AMLO in inserts they published in major Mexican newspapers.
Baillères González, who had flat-out told his employees in May to vote for the candidate who had the best chance of defeating López Obrador, said in a letter Wednesday that he will “collaborate institutionally” with the new government, and congratulated AMLO for his victory in the elections.
Tatiana Clouthier, a key member of López Obrador’s transition team, on Wednesday posted on Facebook a video produced by CMN entitled “I believe in Mexico,” wherein these and other prominent CMN members offered him their support and to work with him.
The video includes Ramírez Magaña, who emphasizes that “entrepreneurs recognize and respect” AMLO’s triumph, González Laporte, Tricio Haro, Carlos Danel of Gentera, the largest microfinance company in Latin America, María Asunción Aramburuzabala, billionaire head of Tresalia Capital, and Daniel Servitje, from Grupo Bimbo, the world’s largest baking company, also appear with similar messages. The business titans commit themselves to continue investing in the country and generating “quality jobs.”
Following AMLO’s meeting with the CCE, González Laporte reiterated that the employers’ organizations have great “confidence” in him, and said that they will continue with their investments “in an environment of trust.”
González Laporte expressly gave the go-ahead to AMLO’s program to support 2.6 million young people, with the purpose of integrating them into working life through training. At the press conference on Wednesday, López Obrador explained that this program consists of “hiring young people as apprentices to have a job. Entrepreneurs will act as tutors. The government will transfer state resources to the companies to pay the payroll of these young people.”
In reality, this a program to develop large pools of trained but low-paid labor at government expense.
After the meeting, Coparmex head Walther stressed that his organization would begin working intensively in the coming weeks on the so-called “salary issue” with Graciela Márquez Colín and Luisa María Alcalde, who López Obrador has proposed to occupy the Secretariats of Economy and Labor and Social Welfare. This is a reference to AMLO’s proposal to selectively raise certain wages, which Comparmex has until now opposed.
At the meeting with the CCE Wednesday, AMLO’s team and the business leaders also pledged to invest in the largely poor, rural south of the country, in order to bring it into “the world of the 21st century.” Mexican capitalism undoubtedly eyes this area as a large pool of untapped labor.
Wednesday’s lovefest went on and on. Virtually no major sector of the Mexican economy failed to chime in, promising to work together in response to Lopez Obrador’s rapprochement with big business.
Bosco de la Vega, president of the National Agricultural Council (CNA), indicated that López Obrador’s message that he would not accept the seasonality of agricultural products under a renewed North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) was “good news.” De la Vega likewise confirmed that there is a “great vote of confidence” in AMLO from the sector he represents.
Similarly, the president of the Mexican Association of the Automotive Industry, Eduardo Solis, said that he will meet in three weeks with the next Secretary of Economy to work on building up the domestic car market, adding that no automaker would leave the country.
Mexico’s business elite had long accused AMLO of being an angry, radical left populist, who would resort to “authoritarian” measures, undoing privatizations and even carrying out expropriations in order to pursue his “socialist” agenda. As they and the new government undertake close cooperation on every aspect of his economic program, those fears are dissipating like a puff of smoke.
None of this will lead the pseudo left, that has almost uniformly supported López Obrador, many in the most glowing terms, to see him for what he is—yet another bourgeois politician who is embracing Mexico’s ruling oligarchy with open arms.

Should We Invade Mexico?

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One fact a lot of Americans forget is that our country is located 

right up against a socialist failed state that is promising to 

descend even further into chaos – not California, the other one. And the Mexicans, having reached the bottom of the hole they have dug for themselves, just chose to keep digging by electing a new leftist presidente who wants to surrender to the cartels and who thinks that Mexicans have some sort of hitherto unknown “human right” to sneak into the United States and demographically reconquer it. There’s a Spanish phrase that describes his ideology, and one of the words is toro.