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Thursday, December 28, 2017

The Refugee Mafia

 

 

Excerpted by Nicholas Stix


The Refugee Mafia
By James Kirkpatrick
Volume 28, Number 1 (Fall 2017)
Issue theme: The Refugee Crisis and Its Impact on the West


Michael thought about his father’s organization. If it continued to prosper it would grow into what had happened here on this island, so cancerous that it would destroy the whole country. Sicily was already a land of ghosts, its men emigrating to every other country on earth to be able to earn their bread, or simply to escape being murdered for exercising their political and economic freedoms.

The Godfather



Many immigration patriots or members of the Independent Right began as libertarians, or may even still describe themselves as such. And one thing which can be said about libertarians is they are constantly discussing first principles. What is the role of the state? What is its purpose? And in the end, is it anything other than a protection racket, or a Mafia?

Of course, the move to the right usually comes when a libertarian starts to seriously consider questions of demographics, culture, ethnicity, and immigration. After all, “property” is simply borders on a small scale.

[Read the whole thing at The Social Contract.]

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

jerry pdx
I don't agree with calling it a "mafia", that implies something is happening secretively outside the boundary of legality. The "Refugee Corporate Industrial Complex" is more appropriate and there's no secrecy about it, they are completely open about their plans. The mass export of 3rd world humans to the 1st is being choreographed by multi national corporate and government interests and touted as creating some kind of great diverse global melting pot utopia. This unholy alliance based on mutual interest has a variety of common goals: More people from the 3rd to the 1st world to prop up sagging birth rates which expand labor, consumer & tax bases, prop up pensions plans and government welfare infrastructure, the stock market and real estate industry. The UN lays out the immigration agenda right here: http://www.un.org/en/development/desa/population/publications/pdf/policy/InternationalMigrationPolicies2013/Report%20PDFs/z_International%20Migration%20Policies%20Full%20Report.pdf