Posts Tagged ‘ diversity ’

Rivers of Blood

Rivers of Blood

Once again, the words of Enoch Powell appear prescient, although perhaps in not quite the way the late British parliamentarian and classicist intended. In the same week that Swedes have been besieged by aggrieved jihadists imported by their own government, Londoners experienced yet another subsidiary benefit of multiculturalism. This time, in the form of...
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Too Much Of A Good Thing

Too Much Of A Good Thing

Video of Frank Gaffney’s speech can be found on Urban Infidel. One of the unofficial mottos of the United States, this phrase-which is minted on this country’s coins and emblazoned upon our paper bills-embodies the common heritage of the American nation, which was created from the union of thirteen distinct, unique former British colonies....
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Europe’s Doormat

  Dogmatism and obfuscation mark virtually any media discussion of the subject of immigration-a pattern which holds true both domestically and abroad-but Sky News managed to conduct a good interview of Nigel Farage, standard bearer for the UK Independence Party, nonetheless. The Week provides a brief summary of what caused  two caring English foster...
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Shop Honour on Cyber Monday

Shop Honour on Cyber Monday

I’m keeping the unique spelling in deference to the European sensibilities of Mrs. Ayaan Hirsi Ali, apostate, courageous fighter for human rights the world over, and founder of the AHA Foundation. As many of you might know, perhaps through the dogged coverage of this issue  on Atlas Shrugs, the epidemic of honor killings has...
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Multiculturalism Revisited

Multiculturalism Revisited

The debt crisis currently afflicting the developed world, particularly Western European nations like Greece and Italy, has been the top news story for much of this year. However, even as we debate whether Greece should remain part of the European Union, or whether Silvio Berlusconi should be forced to resign, you might recall that just...
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The Decline and Fall of the New York Times

The Decline and Fall of the New York Times

William McGowan, author of Gray Lady Down: What the Decline and Fall of the New York Times Means for America, spoke to American Rattlesnake about immigration and how it has been covered by the newspaper. He explained the basic premise of the book, and how the New York Times has betrayed its long journalistic tradition as...
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Changing Tides

Changing Tides

For someone who up until relatively recently had a rather anemic record in support of immigration enforcement, Orrin Hatch has proven himself to be a reliable voice in the United States for more robust immigration controls.
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