End game: the left, illegal immigration, and the ongoing coup
Progressives have always detested the founding and have long embraced the self-serving assumption (insofar as it gives them the rationale for counter-revolutionary impulses) that the US is an illegitimate, colonialist nation built on stolen land and stolen labor. And Obama, steeped in this doctrinaire academic leftist cant, was nurtured and molded and in many ways created — as the moderate “pragmatist” and “post-racial” President — to be the left’s trojan horse, its Manchurian candidate. He is both figurehead and marionette for an ideology that has subsumed him and others who follow it with his same religious zeal. A servant posing as a king.
What we’re witnessing now — with collaboration from the Supreme Court and many within the GOP longing for kickbacks from the US Chamber of commerce, whose push for amnesty is a repudiation of our laws, laws written and passed by the very politicians who now call us “nativists” and “racists” for wishing to see them enforced — is part of the logistical endgame. The left has sent out the message that our borders are open. And they are secreting anchor children into various parts of the country, knowing full well that by the time we’re able to stop them the electoral map will be forever changed, and the soft-socialist, bureaucratic, command-and-control regime they desire, run by elites who manage we subjects, will have the veneer of legitimacy once the ballot box is overwhelmed by those who are able to vote for other people’s money.
The move to crush the middle class, which is what Alinsky, via Marx, advocated (that is, the bourgeois capitalism that comes with free market, self-interested enterprise and the mobility of wealth), is being systematically completed through executive fiat, bureaucratic legislation, currency manipulation, and the importation of government dependents with a low history of assimilation and a long history of straining resources and Balkanizing communities.
The center cannot hold, as the Cloward-Piven strategy postulates. Which, in the mind of the Utopian statists, will lead to a great revolt in which the people rise up and socialism is begged for — even as the monied are at once demonized and protected, later to become part of the liberal fascist ruling cabal that has long been the end game of socialist political schemes.
Too, we’re seeing, in the various fomentings of envy from an Administration that laughs at our bitterclinging, that the importation of a particular set of illegal immigrants — those who are called in and then invited to join the reconquista movement — are yet another way the left intends to create crisis, strife, and ultimately violence, that they will then step in and claim to protect us from.
One need only listen to rhetoric like this, from Jose Angel Gutierrez, a one-time professor and a lawyer, to get the gist of what it is the elites will use to distract us as they maneuver through the various racial strife to form a borderless banana republic, one in which the governmental and public sector class runs things while the rest of us beg for the crumbs they’ll generously toss us:
Of course, it’s ironic (and believe me, not lost on this agitator, who gets rich off of his separatist advocacy just as surely as the race hustlers get rich off of their demands to “heal” perpetual oppression as a permanent victim class that must never be allowed to transcend that victimization) that Gutierrez has the freedom to stand in the US and spout what is essentially a call to overthrow the US government — or at least return the land governed by the “gringos” who must be eradicated, by attrition if not in other ways, to those to whom he says it “belongs,” a stance that is conveniently willing to bracket slaughter of indigenous peoples by the Spanish, or the various intertribal conflicts among the “natives” to the continent (which identification, of course, is always stopped arbitrarily, and never goes back to, say, hominid, or amoeba, or crystaline formations).
And in fact, the freedom to “migrate” that he claims is most vituperatively prevented by those he would claim are owners of all the lands of the Americas outside the Europeanized US.
He is a poser, but he serves a function, which is why the left — Bill Clinton gave this man the Medal of Freedom — embraces him: he will cause the kind of racial strife and agitation that, conjoined with progressive policy, will provide the logistical reformation of the electorate while at the same time distracting us with the reconquista rhetoric.
The elites have no fear from people like this. And that’s because people like this will form coalitions with the elites to keep up the agitation. Just look at the academic feminist movement, or the race industry, or the LGBT movement, or any other of the secular identity group movements aimed at disrupting our civil society so that those in power can pillage us while we are fighting too many battles to keep track of: Never reaching reconciliation — that is, remaining in a state of perpetual complaint — is what provides these grievance groups their justification for being. There can never be an “end” to what they claim to be striving for or they’d lose their already strained claim to usefulness.
Right now, we’re seeing citizens rise up to try and prevent the forced importation into communities of unvetted, undocumented immigrants; some Governors are joining them, including several who were supportive of Obama’s immigration policies when they thought it wouldn’t affect their states.
Obama played them for suckers, too. He is a rank ideologue. And as a lame duck, his politics have but one remaining purpose: to put in place policies, regulations, and poison pills that will lead to the inevitable destabilization of the US, to it’s “fundamental transformation.”
That is, if we lack the will to fight back.
And we have plenty of establishment GOPers and useful idiots among the “libertarian” crowd who prefer being looked upon as thoughtful iconoclasts “intolerant of intolerance” — as well as a media and academic infrastructure poised to shame and marginalize constitutionalists — who will make that fight far more difficult to wage.
And yet, what other choice do we have?
If we can’t get through the establishment GOP a presidential candidate that will run on sealing the border and rolling back federal control, then we simply must use a convention of the states to wage our own war against the federal government. We can at that time draft amendments that would ensure the sanctity of the franchise and prevent vote-theft and other electoral misbehavior. We can prevent the “legalization” of those who have not assimilated and who do not intend to assimilate.
Many of us now being called “nativists” and “racists” (by both left and some on the right) have long been in favor of an increase in seasonal work visas, etc., and view our immigration needs, from the perspective of national sovereignty, in terms of the importation of high-skilled labor and those who are willing to follow our laws, join our civil society, and assimilate within our American (legal) culture.
Practically speaking, the Constitution gives us a remedy to go around the federal Leviathan and reclaim our country before it is lost, logistically, forever (Argentina was not too long ago one of the world’s wealthiest countries; so the idea that it Can’t Happen Hear is dangerous, absurd, ignorant, and obscene). On the level of epistemology, however, we’re going to need to root out the leftist tropes that inform the way we think and are meant to propagate and eventually institutionalize as essential truths ways of thinking that I’ve been at pains to point out lead inexorably and inevitably toward collectivism.
This occurs at the smallest level of language, continues on through ideas about who controls meaning, finds its zenith within identity narratives and the robbing from the individual his ability to articulate legitimate heterodoxical thought outside the official group narrative, as well as his ability to mean outside of some consensus “interpretation” of his will as appropriated and controlled by some motivated political faction.
I would of course be willing to do my part to educate the American electorate, pointing out to them how certain of their embedded kernel assumptions — which are no more the incoherent assertions pushed as truths by the left — are enabling the left’s coup. And in fact, I once did this, to a rather large audience.
But that was before I realized that much of what passes for political commentary, even on the right, is nothing more than a new kind of self-interested tribalism — and that intellectual debate was not really the aim of this medium.
So I can try to find another medium, I suppose. Or I can continue to pressure this one. But either way, if we don’t learn why it is that we continue to drift leftward at the very structural level of our current cultural milieu, we’ll be left fighting small skirmishes while the war against us — our founding principles, the primacy of the individual, the citizen sovereign and the government as servant — is being won despite our best local efforts to fight back. And that’s because the why and the how of the thing are crucial for understanding how to combat the thing itself.
— Which, I realize this hasn’t been the most popular and lucrative of messages on the right. But that doesn’t make it any less necessary — and I’m of the opinion that if I can teach freshman college students already infused in faulty theoretics to re-examine their core beliefs using nothing more than a children’s book, then just about anyone with any intellectual curiosity can learn what it is that is eroding our epistemic foundation.
update: if you agree with any of what of written, or at least think the subject is worth some serious discussion on the right and that I’m worthy of being a part of that discussion, I urge you to go ahead and share or RT this. I’m always happy to answer questions — too happy, some would argue, which is why they find it easier to ignore me than to engage me, I guess. But since linking is now a networking thing alone, and I’m out of the preferred network, backdoor, grass-roots attention is my only means of communication to a potentially new audience.