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In the middle of a rip-roaring comment section at Sailer’s, istevefan wrote,

Consider this. We have had more immigrants since 1965, than any other nation in history. Yet the people in charge are clamoring for an ever increasing number of immigrants. Even Trump is suggesting we need “record” immigration.

Well what does this indicate? If a nation is devouring more immigrants than any other nation in history, and still needs an ever increasing number of them to continue to be a going concern, then what does this say about that nation? Either that nation must be able to stand on its own, or it needs to be dissolved.

And if the US truly needs people, which I dispute, what else does this indicate? It shows something is the matter with our nation in which citizens don’t find the environment conducive enough to have many children. So if a nation has such an environment where the natives don’t reproduce, and it must continually prop itself up by siphoning off people from other nations, this too suggests the nation must be fixed, or dissolved into new nations.

Finland only has 5.5 million people, and yet by all accounts it’s a very nice country to live. How does Finland do it, when America with her 330 million people must have even more people to keep the lights on?

It’s a simple question for the globalist shysters which will be dutifully ignored.

In the meantime, allow me to go on record here, right now, in support of dissolving the US into smaller regions which honor the ideals of self-governance and internal sustainability.

Olorin responded to istevefan,

Endlessly expanding immigration is being used to prop up an unsustainable money/debt regime.

Unless money is fundamentally restructured, politics will never be.

He then quoted John Adams,

All of the perplexities, confusion, and distress in America arises, not from the defects of the Constitution or Confederation, not from want of honor or virtue, so much as from downright ignorance of the nature of coin, credit, and circulation.

I’m not a religious man, nor given to superstition. My instinct is to agnosticism on matters that can’t be observed from the material plane. But the surfeit of almost preternatural wisdom and warnings from the Founding Fathers of America makes me wonder if there was divine intervention which guided their thoughts and attended the birth of America with a cosmically mysterious baptismal ordination.

Too bad about us turning our backs on that providence.


I still don’t understand how the Founders knew all this. They really were a cut above.

Yes, they were, and that is why the Fuggernaut wants to tear down their statues. The lowly can’t bear the rule of the divinely-touched.

Ingrates and ignoramuses, every last one of them.

PS GBFM read this post with a single tear streaking his cheek.


Paracelsus links to a book we should all read,

One book perfectly sums up how America was destroyed through banking.

“The Secrets of the Federal Reserve” by Eustace Mullins

If that is too long, you could read Senator Charles Lindbergh, Senator McFadden, or Rep. Traficant’s speeches to Congress about the Federal Reserve. There were the vigilant few vocally opposing what has become this current system. But, they are usually met with intense criticism by people who call them conspiracy theorists. Thomas Jefferson knew what a central bank would lead to, which caused War of 1812. Andrew Jackson repealed the Second Central Bank’s charter and was almost assassinated. Lincoln issued interest free Greenbacks and was assassinated.


Ocasio-Cortez’s I.Q. wavers from double to triple digits on a good day. She is too goddamned stupid to do any meaningful damage to the system at large. I even doubt she is controlled opposition like Ben Shapiro, because she throws on those glasses and a skirt suit and pretends like she understands what she is doing. She strikes me as more Legally Blonde than House of Cards.

She’s so dumb she might be smart enough to put Globohomo against the breaking wheel.


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