In praise of traditional and, when necessary, lethal masculinity | Non-Intervention2 – Michael Scheuer

January 23, 2019 by · Leave a Comment 

My preference was for President Trump to have declared a national emergency on 19 January 2019, and then ordered the U.S. military and the Corps of Engineers to immediately complete the construction of an effective wall along the entire length of the southern border. Indeed, if such a declaration was likely to have been hamstrung indefinitely by the federal courts, I would have – with regret and deep concern – supported a presidential declaration of martial law for the period necessary to complete construction. Nearly 80,000 narcotics-killed Americans in 2018 – most from drugs brought in over the southern border – strikes me as an emergency requiring and justifying such action. The border wall also would greatly reduce the ease of trafficking children into and out of the United States, a trafficking meant to harvest blood and body parts from children, and to supply the Democratic Party, the Tech Barons, Hollywood, and, apparently, much of the bipartisan governing elite with the human material required to satisfy their pedophilic appetites.

Source: In praise of traditional and, when necessary, lethal masculinity | Non-Intervention2

If Walls Don’t Work, Why Did Castles Have Them? – PaulCraigRoberts.org

January 17, 2019 by · Leave a Comment 

Indeed, why the Great Wall of China, why Hadrian’s Wall, why the Constantinople wall, why were there walled cities, why the Israeli Wall that keeps Palestinians out of Palestine?

Walls do work, according to President Obama’s former Border Patrol Chief, Mark Morgan: Link

During the Obama regime, US Senator Schumer and US Rep. Pelosi agreed with President Obama that Walls do work and supported building a wall. Why do they oppose a wall now? The answer, obvious on the surface, is that with the presstitutes lined up against The Wall, Democrats can use the issue against Trump. However, this answer is not as good as it looks. Polls show that Trump has a far higher approval rating than the presstitute media and that Americans want the wall. So the question becomes: why have the Democrats lined up against the American people by opposing a wall? Why do Democrats oppose Americans having their own country as a place where American citizens live? Why do Democrats want America to be up for grabs by everyone who can illegally cross the border?

Source: If Walls Don’t Work, Why Did Castles Have Them? – PaulCraigRoberts.org

A Border Barrier Solution

January 15, 2019 by · Leave a Comment 

Rational discourse has been the overriding casualty of the border war. The break down in language is more than semantics. It has elevated into a divergence of culture that no longer shares a common value system or a cherished dream. The camps of discontent reside in separate and distinct jurisdictions. Government has failed at every level. People have become so polarized that trust in a community of citizens has been discarded for the purity of totalitarian globalism. The continued controversy over a border barrier differentiates more than a line between two countries.

Read the entire article on the Totalitarian Collectivism archives

John Derbyshire: Is Trump’s Wall Really Immoral? What Would We Take Instead? | Articles | VDARE.com

December 22, 2018 by · Leave a Comment 

So there’s going to be at least a brief government shutdown over the Democrats’ refusal to fund President Trump’s Wall. Good.I cheered on the Wall when Trump put it at the front of his campaign in 2016. And of course we should have a secure barrier to separate us from the semi-barbarous countries to our south, most of which are not so much nation-states as criminal enterprises.

Still, I’m starting to worry that Trump’s need for a Wall—and he really does need it, if he’s not to be thrown out of office in 2020 to jeers of derision and hoots of contempt—I’m worrying that this Wall obsession is crowding out real patriotic immigration reform.

Last week I expressed my fear that the enemy—I mean, the open-borders nation-killers in Congress, the courts, and the media —might calculate that it would be worth giving Trump a wall, and maybe even four more years in the White House, if, in return, they got a total Amnesty for twenty or thirty million illegal aliens, perhaps with expedited citizenship, and big expansions of guest-worker programs, chain migration, refugee settlement, and so on.

Source: John Derbyshire: Is Trump’s Wall Really Immoral? What Would We Take Instead? | Articles | VDARE.com

Donald Trump Celebrates House Victory for Border Security Funding Bill

December 21, 2018 by · Leave a Comment 

President Donald Trump celebrated the passage of a government funding bill that included an additional $5.7 billion in border security funds.

“Thank you to our GREAT Republican Members of Congress for your VOTE to fund Border Security and the Wall,” Trump wrote about the vote, in which House Republicans passed the bill with a 217-185 vote.

Source: Donald Trump Celebrates House Victory for Border Security Funding Bill

News With Views | To Build The Wall Or Not Build The Wall

May 25, 2018 by · Leave a Comment 

Each year, Mexico’s drug cartels move $64,000,000,000.00 (billion) in heroin, meth, ecstasy, MJ and dozens of other drugs across the 1,952-mile border with the United States. (Source: Fox News, February 13, 2017, Cartels send $64B in drugs into US annually.)

In other words, millions of Americans pay hard cash to the tune of $64 billion each year to get high by various methods. Year after year after year!

The addiction rates, the MS-13 murder rates, drug overdose rates and the endless tragedies cost 10 to 13 teen lives every hour in the USA. The precise number of teens who die from drug overdoses every year remains unknown. However, in 2016, 47,000 lost their lives to a drug overdose. (Source)

Source: News With Views | To Build The Wall Or Not Build The Wall

Trump’s Border Wall Would Use 0.034% of Federal Spending

January 11, 2018 by · Leave a Comment 

“The Trump administration is asking Congress for nearly $18 billion to construct more than 700 miles of new and replacement barriers along the Southwest border, its most detailed description yet of the president’s vision of a wall separating the U.S. from Mexico,” the Wall Street Journal reported on Friday.

That $18 billion would equal just 0.0338 percent of the $53.128 trillion the Congressional Budget Office currently estimates the federal government will spend over that same 10-year period.

Source: Trump’s Border Wall Would Use 0.034% of Federal Spending


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