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Wednesday, September 02, 2009

Am I Guilty of Turning Criminal Alien Invaders into “Bogeyman”?

By Nicholas Stix

A blog poster has charged me with insufficient kindness towards, and a lack of collaboration with the criminal alien army of invasion and occupation.
My Oak Park, IL writer friend Jim Bowman posted a blog entitled, “Belated sighting of elephant in room”.

Now and then an obvious truth is restated:

“The budget shortfall for 2010 would mark the second straight year of trillion-dollar deficits. Along with the unemployment numbers, the deficit may complicate President Barack Obama’s drive for his top domestic priority, overhauling the U.S. health care system.

“‘It throws a wrench in health-care reforms,’ Maya MacGuineas, president of the bipartisan Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget, said in an interview. ‘No matter the specific numbers, they’re a constant reminder that we’re in bad, bad shape.’”

And a Republican goes further:

“‘If anyone had any doubts that this burden on future generations is unsustainable, they’re gone,’ said Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell, adding that economic stimulus funds should be diverted to pay down U.S. debt.”
Oh that golden stimulus, oh that golden stimulus. Liquidate that!

I responded as follows.

“Along with the unemployment numbers, the deficit may complicate President Barack Obama’s drive for his top domestic priority, overhauling the U.S. health care system.”

People act as though “Obama’s” various plans were mutually contradictory, but they aren’t. Obamacare is designed to: 1. Push the older whites who paid into the Medicare system out of government health care, on behalf of legal and illegal immigrants; and 2. Together with O’s other plans, and onerous taxes and inflation, wipe out whatever hard-earned wealth the white working and middle classes have managed to accrue, so as to “equalize wealth.” (He’ll use rich whites until he no longer needs them.)

Meanwhile, “Obama” plans to amnesty and naturalize all illegals presently here, and invite and airlift in tens of millions others, in order to disenfranchise all whites, so that the latter cannot do anything politically or otherwise to defend themselves against his predations, and those of his supporters.

As he said earlier this year, he must enact all parts of his agenda, and must do so immediately. The reason, which he did not give, was so that his intended victims would have no time to effectively rally forces against him.

A reader named John Powers wrote the following reply, which he thought put me in my place.


Wouldn’t taxes and inflation also effect immigrants? I think you (Stix) should find another bogeyman.
JBP


To which I responded:

What taxes do most “immigrants” pay? (When their defenders, like John, use the term, it is as a euphemism for illegal aliens.) I can't say zero, because most pay negative taxes. Millions of illegals also defraud the taxpayers out of billions of dollars each year in Earned Income Tax Credits.

In California, every illegal immigrant eats up $8-12 in services for every dollar he pays in services. Legal immigrants also eat up more in services than they pay in taxes. And no “service” today is more expensive—for white American citizen-taxpayers, that is—than health care.

John claims that inflation would also “effect [sic] immigrants [sic].”

You know what, John, I hadn’t thought of that. Lessee.

Inflation would eat up tens of thousands of dollars in home equity that the average illegal immigrant adult has spent decades building up.

Inflation would eat up tens of thousands of dollars in savings that the average illegal immigrant has spent decades building up.

Inflation would eat up hundreds of thousands of dollars in retirement accounts and annuities that the average illegal immigrant has spent decades building up… in a Bizarro World, alternate universe!

What do you have against white Americans, John?

“Reparations by Way of Health Care Reform”

“AP: California Faces Imminent Insolvency: Immigration Not a Factor”

“The EITC and Illegal Immigration”

That was the last I heard from John Powers. After all, it took him only a few seconds to toss off his morally superior remark, while it took me some time to formulate a sarcastic argument, edit it, and dig up supporting citations, and anti-American types like him aren’t much for facts, logic, or principles. He’s likely long since moved on to other right-of-center blogs, where he left his drive-by remark.

For the record, I consider the invaders’ American collaborators just as bad as they are, and equally worthy of harsh punishment.

2 comments:

Michael said...

“... said Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell, adding that economic stimulus funds should be diverted to pay down U.S. debt.”

What funds is McConnell talking about?! The "stimulus funds" are merely authorized expenditures, nothing more. They aren't existing cash assets idly sitting in some TARPed bank account. The near trillion dollar stimulus spending will, and can only, be funded by current Federal borrowing.

If "stimulus funds" haven't yet been spent, it only means we haven't yet borrowed the cash to blow through the amounts the stimulus bill authorized. What McConnell is really saying is we should create more U.S. debt to reduce U.S. debt; i.e., he's talking budgetary nonsense.

With even opposition leaders such as McConnell demonstrably incapable of clear financial thinking, we are truly doomed.

1492 said...

Mr. Stix, I appreciate your retort even if "John Powers" never reads it.

And for the record, I think the collaborators are much worse than the invaders. The invaders aren't voting for amnesty, or for politicians who obstruct the enforcement of our immigration laws. The invaders didn't create sanctuary cities or pass the 1965 immigration act. As you said, who could blame them for coming when so many traitorous Uhhmericans are welcoming them with open arms?

I actually got banned from another anti-immigration website for saying this. Apparently the immigrants will stop coming if we just shame them enough, and putting the onus on America-hating politicians and voters is "blaming Whitey".