Donald Trump wants more than $3 billion over the next year and a half to start building his wall on the border with Mexico, one of a number of controversial requests the White House will roll out as part of its budget “blueprint” on Thursday. Related: Trump’s Controversial Budget Is Unlikely to Pass Congress The president… Continue Reading →
CNN host Chris Cuomo objected to Rep. Steve King’s white nationalistic pleas of having more babies being born in western Europe and America “to rebuild our civilization” away from the brown people with weird beliefs, “It sounds like you’re trying to white cleanse our population.” Rep. Steve King from Iowa was always considered an extremist nut… Continue Reading →
Wilders understands that culture and demographics are our destiny. We can't restore our civilization with somebody else's babies. https://t.co/4nxLipafWO
— Steve King (@SteveKingIA) March 12, 2017
And then there’s this:
This is an actual struggle for the future of our nation. We can’t afford to hand it over to the Nazis.
Read what Jefferson Beauregard Sessions III said in praise of this 1924 law. Bannon and Co. really believe this stuff:
In seven years we’ll have the highest percentage of Americans, non-native born, since the founding of the Republic. Some people think we’ve always had these numbers, and it’s not so, it’s very unusual, it’s a radical change. When the numbers reached about this high in 1924, the president and congress changed the policy, and it slowed down immigration significantly, we then assimilated through the 1965 and created really the solid middle class of America, with assimilated immigrants, and it was good for America. We passed a law that went far beyond what anybody realized in 1965, and we’re on a path to surge far past what the situation was in 1924.
The Atlantic writes:
Asked about the interview, Sessions’s spokesperson Sarah Isgur Flores wrote in an email, “As Attorney General, Sessions will prioritize curtailing the threats that rising crime and addiction rates pose to the health and safety of our country and that includes enforcing our existing immigration laws.”
Representative Albert Johnson, a Washington Republican described by the historian Edwin Black as a “fanatic raceologist and eugenicist,” used his stewardship of the immigration committee to ensure that racist pseudoscience provided an “empirical” basis for immigration restriction. Immigration historian Roger Daniels put it even more bluntly, writing in Guarding the Golden Door that Johnson’s “racial theories” would “in slightly different form” become “the official ideology of Nazi Germany.”
When the law passed, its primary Senate author, Rhode Island Senator David A. Reed, expressed relief in The New York Times, writing that “the racial composition of America at the time is thus made permanent.”
Again, this is how they're going to profit: ICE rounds them up, private prisons lock them up. Ka-ching. https://t.co/p0onGdbalL
— Joy Reid (@JoyAnnReid) February 23, 2017
— Fusion (@Fusion) February 24, 2017
— David (@Snowhawk04) February 23, 2017
— Los Angeles Times (@latimes) February 23, 2017
— BЯΣƬ (@crewislife) February 23, 2017
Listening to Mark Halperin earnestly explain how Trump has a mandate for mass deportation, I am appalled at how easily these media types fall into acquiescence with the latest outrage — and how they are willing to use language to distort and normalize this.
- There was no mandate for ethnic cleansing. People who voted for Trump wanted him to keep terrorists out. As far as I can tell, we don’t have any Mexican or Central American terrorists.
- This is the longtime philosophy of Bannon and Miller, Trump’s advisors. They are literally white supremacists. I’m not exaggerating.
- Almost 3 million more people voted to not do this.
- Most people do not understand that the “criminals” targeted by Trump can be anyone — because just being in the country illegally makes you a criminal. In fact, illegal immigrants have a lower crime rate.
- This used to be America.
The ideological leader of the Trump movement is Sessions, hailed by Bannon for “developing populist nation-state policies” from his somewhat isolated perch in the Senate. Bannon, who avoids the spotlight, gives away the game in his praise of Sessions. “In America and Europe, working people are reasserting their right to control their own destinies,” he wrote in a recent statement to the Washington Post, blasting the “cosmopolitan elites in the media that live in a handful of our larger cities.” Given the demographics of Trump’s support—given the demographics of Europe—this definition of “working people” can mean only one thing: white people. And “cosmopolitan elites” has a long history as a euphemism for Jews and other minorities.
Go read the whole thing. Horrifying.