Category: lack of immigration enforcement

A Lack of Self Awareness

Something is missing.

This is a good podcast as far as it goes, particularly with respect to the DACA fiasco.

But something is missing.  I did not hear the comment: “We here were naïve about Trump, we exhibited poor judgment, we were wrong and others who long ago identified the truth about Trump were right.”

But, no, they cannot do that.  But let me ask one question to the readers here.  Some of the readers of EGI Notes are, I assume, also readers of Amren (and other standard “movement” sites).  So, the question to you, dear readers, is this: Which site, months before the election, correctly identified Trump as an unworthy buffoon and beta race cuck; and which enthusiastically pro-Trump site told you that Trump was “the last hope for White America?”

You know the answer to that, don’t you?  You also know that you – and by “you” I mean the “movement” rank-and-file – will do nothing about it, and will continue to support a leadership that has let you down time and time again.

Truth be told, many years ago, the Legion Europa project attempted to reason with the “movement.”  Years ago, when I was interviewed by Robert Griffin for his book, I outlined the types of activities that racial activists can do – centered around those that look to the Legionary movement for inspiration and/or those also centered around community activism – to actually make a difference.  What happened?  The Legion Europa project was either ignored or attacked; the advice in Griffin’s book went for nothing, as if I was speaking to the wind. The “movement” did not like the message, no, actually, the “movement” did not like the messenger, so it was all for nothing.

And old saying: “Every nation gets the leadership it deserves”  The same applies to racial activists – all of you get the leadership you deserve.  And now, the American “movement” sits around and scratches its collective (empty) head and wonders how they got fooled once again by a false “man on white horse” hero.

And so, the “movement” talks about “pattern recognition” – without recognizing the patterns inherent in its own failures.

Can you recognize any patterns?  Good luck with that.

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Answering Trump: 9/14/17

Answering a liar and idiot.

Donald J. Trump‏Verified account @realDonaldTrump 2h2 hours ago

The WALL, which is already under construction in the form of new renovation of old and existing fences and walls, will continue to be built.

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Consider this.  This fat fraud, this lying huckster, this orange-hued carnival barker, this outrageous fraud, promised to BUILD A WALL, build a new coherent structure along the border between the USA and Mexico, an optimized security barrier.  But now, what do we have?  Oh, we are going to “renovate” some of our “old and existing fences and walls.” Hey, Don, maybe Orban can spare some left over chicken wire from his grand Hungarian fence (you know, the one that grinning invaders lift up and crawl under).  If I wanted to be vulgar, I’d call this butterball Trump a lying sack of shit, but to maintain standards at this blog, we’ll just say he’s a champion huckster, a con man, a hustler, whose only “4-D chess” is being played against his own base.

Donald J. Trump‏Verified account @realDonaldTrump 2h2 hours ago

Does anybody really want to throw out good, educated and accomplished young people who have jobs, some serving in the military? Really!…..

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Does anyone want that?  Yes, you despicable fat bastard, you omega male lousy cuck, you pitiful White-hating incompetent, a sizable fraction of your base, your voters, your supporters, want that. That’s why they voted for you, you pathetic weakling.  Really….

Donald J. Trump‏Verified account @realDonaldTrump 2h2 hours ago

…They have been in our country for many years through no fault of their own – brought in by parents at young age. Plus BIG border security

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Yes, also the children firebombed in Dresden or atom bombed in Hiroshima and Nagasaki were killed “through no fault of their own.” That’s life.  American children are being dispossessed from their own country “through no fault of their own” as well.  How about them?  Or do they, and their Trump-voting parents, not matter?  And the “BIG border security” turns out to be what? Some ad hoc “renovations?”

The Right should keep the pressure up on this issue; the omega male weakling jellyfish Trump may flip flop once again if he sees what’s left of his base abandoning him. What a moronic buffoon.

The Roaches Get Ready To Scurry

Pathetic obese, Jew-connected cuck.

Amnesty, courtesy of the Cuck Emperor.  Fake “border security” in exchange for amnesty – where have we ever heard that before?  Yeas, that’s right – the other “man on white horse” hero, Ronald Reagan.  Behold treason:

That bill would offer a path to citizenship to hundreds of thousands of young undocumented immigrants brought to American as children who graduated high school or obtained a GED and pursued higher education, served in the military or worked lawfully for several years.
The meeting comes one week after Trump announced plans to phase out the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, and surprised Republicans by cutting a deal with Democratic leaders on hurricane relief, government funding and extending the nation’s debt limit.
The dinner also followed a flurry of bipartisan meetings at the White House. Trump, at a meeting with moderate Republicans and Democrats Wednesday afternoon, pushed for action on a legislative fix for DACA, but supported pairing it with border security, according to Rep. Kurt Schrader, D-Oregon.
It’s unclear how far any agreement can proceed on Capitol Hill without buy in from Republicans controlling both chambers.
In a statement Wednesday following a DACA meeting between Pelosi, House Speaker Paul Ryan and other top lawmakers, Ryan spokeswoman AshLee Strong said GOP leaders believe “any solution needs to address border security and enforcement, which are the root causes of the problem. Discussions among the Republican conference will continue in the coming weeks.”

Good to see Ryan is further to the right than Trump on this.  But, hey, look at the Antifa issue – Pelosi is further to the right than Trump.  It’s not really hard to be on Trump’s right these days.  Even Karl Marx could probably manage it.

Antifa good, White patriots bad:

The White House signaled that President Donald Trump plans to sign a joint resolution passed by Congress Tuesday condemning white supremacists, neo-Nazis and Ku Klux Klan members in the wake of violence sparked by a white nationalist rally last month in Charlottesville, Virginia.

Let this all come to pass, and I WILL hold the “movement” accountable for its blind Trump worship, its endless bad judgement and obsessively repeated “man on white horse” escapades, its fervent embrace of ethnic affirmative action, and its patent dishonesty in refusing to acknowledge its error with Trump.  I’ll wait.  The other shoe will drop soon enough.  Meanwhile, enjoy the spectacle of Roissy’s homoerotic fervor, sweatily writing about Trump’s “compliance game” and “poon commandments,” while Alt Righters scribble about “4-D chess,” and the Alt Wrongers, like roaches exposed to light, scurry away to their HBD hovels.

I’ll wait.  And when the far-left, anti-White, omega male cuck Trump unleashes betrayal on the base, Der Movement will be exposed, at least here, as the travesty it really is.

In Der News: 9/10/17

News, news, news.

Also see this.

And then we have this.

The pivot could also be reflective of the new environment Trump created in the West Wing after dismissing divisive, nationalist figures like former chief strategist Steve Bannon. With Bannon gone, the more moderate faction of the West Wing, consisting of New Yorkers like economic adviser Gary Cohn and senior adviser Jared Kushner, will likely hold more sway over the president’s decisions. 

Jewish liberalism in control.  “4-D chess,” indeed!

 

First, I was warning about “Vox Day” on my blog long ago.  Right again.

If opposition to the mixed economy and the welfare state is not an essential trait of the Right, then what is? On this matter, I follow Jonathan Bowden, who argued that the essence of the Right is the rejection of egalitarianism as the highest political value.

Agreed.  That’s good sense and any reasonable interpretation of political history.

I also think there is something slightly absurd about debating whether a world-historical phenomenon like National Socialism merits being included in a contrived, ephemeral, marginal, and increasingly ridiculous category like the Alt Right. It is like debating whether King Lear merits being classed among Saturday morning cartoons.

Well said.

My view is that we should abandon the Alt Right “brand” entirely.

Of course, I agree, but for different reasons than Greg, and this is something often discussed here and need not be gotten into with this post.

Are We Getting Closer To Being Checkmated?

Is Trump “playing 4-D chess” against his own base?

Read this, emphasis added:

WASHINGTON — House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., said Thursday that she believed President Trump would sign a DREAM Act legalizing young unauthorized immigrants after her meeting with him Wednesday.

“The president both yesterday in the meeting and today made it very clear he wants Congress to act, to get this done,” Pelosi told reporters.

Pelosi added that Trump wants border security measures attached to any bill focused on the immigrants, but that “it does not include a wall.”

The best description of Trump from AltRight.com comments: “instinct without intellect.”  The man has no core, he cannot be trusted, my own instincts about him are proven correct time and time again, and I will hold Der Movement responsible for their irresponsible “man on white horse” worship of this vulgar ignorant buffoon.

Trump and DACA

DACA.

Read this.  That’s important news.

I guess we’ll now hear homoerotic frenzies from Trump fanboys, and loud cries about “4-D chess,” but another explanation is simply that Trump is under pressure from the base – as brought to his attention by commentators and perhaps by Bannon’s whispers in their (back door) phone calls – to fulfill his campaign promises, as opposed to his natural inclination to cuck.  Thus, it are Trump’s critics on the Right, not Trump and his fanboys, who are responsible for this development.

Of course, we’ll see how the System attempts to block this.


And for what it is worth, a viewpoint that Trump’s action will backfire.


In the end, I do not think any of these people – by “these people” I mean those who want some sort of control of immigration – know what they are doing.  It is half measures, ad hoc approaches, reactionary reversal of policies without any overarching strategy to preserve even the current American racial demographic situation.


We’ll need to wait and see how this all plays out.  But the Right needs to keep the pressure on; instead of homoerotic paens to “the god emperor,” the Right needs to press for more and more immigration control and restriction, and less and less of the alien influx.

Rotten Orange News: Behold the Buck Negger

Pathetic Trump.

These days, the person the “Buck Negger” is “negging” the most is his own Attorney General, Jeff Sessions.  You remember Sessions – the anti-immigration right-winger who was one of Trump’s earliest and most loyal supporters, and who gave up a safe Senate seat to take the job that the “Buck Negger” is trying to force him out of with a campaign of withering public humiliation and ridicule. That’s the same Sessions whose elevation to Attorney General was claimed by Roissy to be sufficient to justify the “Buck Negger’s” election to the Presidency.

Trump: groveling to DACA “dreamers” while attacking, in the most despicable and disloyal fashion, the most anti-immigration member of his cabinet. Mysteriously, Trump worshippers like Roissy, who squeal in delight when Trump makes off-hand comments to aging French hags, have nothing to say so far about the Sessions fiasco.  Is that a shiv too far?

Read this, emphasis added:

President Trump has been on a Twitter and verbal tirade against Attorney General Jeff Sessions the last few days — as if dumping the AG would solve the president’s problems with the Mueller snooping expedition. It’s sad to see such anger toward one of candidate Trump’s earliest and most enthusiastic supporters.

Tucker Carlson declared on his Tuesday show that it would be “Nuts” for Trump to ditch the one man in Washington who fully supports his program of law and sovereignty. But it’s worse than that — throwing Jeff Sessions under the bus might make Trump’s vital immigration enforcement constituency take a more critical look at what the president has actually done.

Candidate Trump promised to end the DACA amnesty immediately, but instead has allowed the program to continue and add new beneficiaries who get work permits and an open door to everything America offers.

Plus, there’s been no push from the White House to get universal e-Verify through the Congress which, as a comprehensive job blocker for illegal aliens, would be a very strong preventative for unlawful entry.

Trump’s immigration enforcement failures seem more egregious in light of his rotten treatment of Jeff Sessions. And would the loss of Sessions signal a flip-flop of Trump toward mass amnesty in the near future?

The basic purpose of Rotten Orange News is to inoculate Der Movement against future infections of The Man on White Horse Syndrome.

I doubt it’ll work though.  To the naive, to the weak-minded, to the gullible, to the quota queens and other incompetents, an imaginary top-down “quick fix” is too alluring to ignore.

It’ll happen again, no doubt.