I left a comment on a video by a Libertarian race realist, pointing out the fallacy in the argument “America is a nation of immigrants” that is often used to justify the recent sudden mass immigration from Mexico, Asia, and third world countries. Here’s what I wrote:
The so called native Americans themselves originally migrated to North America from East Asia, and what’s more they were in large part of European ancestry, too. This is from a ScienceNordic article:
“A Danish-led international research team has mapped the hitherto oldest genome of an anatomically modern human: the genome of a boy buried at Mal’ta near Lake Baikal in south-central Siberia some 24,000 years ago.
Surprisingly, the genetic material reveals that the boy was European, which means that a European culture reached all the way east to Lake Baikal.
The really sensational news, however, is that a large proportion (about a third) of all living Native Americans are descendants of the Mal’ta people. In other words, Native Americans have partly European ancestry.”
There’s also a difference between migrating to a continent where there’s no states or countries, but different tribes and populations living separately, like it was in North America back then, and invading an existing country. There was plenty of room in the huge area of North America for others than just native Americans, and contrary to what most people believe, there was no intentional genocide, although the European settlers could’ve of course dealt better with the situation so that there would’ve been no unnecessary casualties among the native American population.
The United States of America, however, is a country that has been built by white Europeans, so the situation now is completely different than it was before the European settlers. All those who are now migrating there wouldn’t even come if it wasn’t for the opportunities for a better life provided by the society, built by white Europeans, or like it so often is with third worlders, the welfare system.
Do you all see the fallacy in “we’re a nation of immigrants”? You could say that North America is a continent of immigrants, but the country USA is not really a nation of immigrants, or at least wasn’t in the way it’s now becoming with the wave of mass immigration from Mexico especially. I mean the recent sudden mass immigration from Mexico, for example, is not comparable to the gradual migration of Europeans during centuries.
It’s also very significant where the migrants come from. If they come from white, especially western, countries they will integrate much better to the American society than people of other races and cultures. Homogeneity is strength, not heterogeneity like the multiculturalists claim.
Here’s the article I mentioned:
Also, where white Europeans actually the first people to set foot on North America, long before the native Americans? Read more about that here.
The so called “refugee crisis” has been engineered by the Jesuits, the rulers of the EU through their disciples, like Herman van Rompuy, Jose Manuel Barroso, Mario Draghi, and many others, to create a war between islam and Europeans; classic divide and rule tactics. They’re pushing for open borders through their frontman Pope Francis, who for that was awarded the Charlemagne Prize of 2016 for his contributions to “European unity”, i.e., to the advancement of the federalization of the EU superstate.
The Jesuits also have an organization called the “Jesuit Refugee Service”, which has also on its part promoted the mass immigration of muslims and third worlders to Europe under the pretext of “helping”.
Europe has the power to save and protect people. It’s a just question of political will to provide safe ways for people to enter Europe without risking their lives. It’s time to defend and apply the very Refugee Convention that Europeans set up after World War II and to act upon our founding values.
- Jean-Marie Carrière, Regional Director of JRS Europe
Race is an important aspect of individual and group identity. Of all the fault lines that divide society — language, religion, class, ideology — it is the most prominent and divisive. Race and racial conflict are at the heart of the most serious challenges the Western World faces in the 21st century… Attempts to gloss over the significance of race or even to deny its reality only make problems worse.
- Jared Taylor