Thursday, June 20, 2013

Racist, Daily Caller Capocon Matt K. Lewis "Exposes" Whites' Evil Motives for Wanting to Keep Their Country: Next, He Will Expose Somalians' Evil Motives for Wanting to Keep Somalia Black and Muslim

Posted by Nicholas Stix


I left the following comment at The Daily Caller:


Mr. Lewis,


Why do you hate white people?



Lewis is getting his brains beat out in the comments section. I'll bet he sees every criticism as a confirmation of his superior virtue. His blog could have come straight from the DNC. Or the RNC.


During the 1980s, a dissident East German landed in jail for creating a photo (I think using himself as model) in which the same face was split between Hitler and Stalin. As Sidney Zion used to say, "It's the two parties against the people." The weird thing, however, is that back then they weren't using the same talking points. That's because the GOP hadn't yet fully surrendered to racial socialism.



Exposing anti-immigration reform motives and canards

By Matt K. Lewis

June 20, 2013, 9:33 A.M.

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    My colleague (and alter ego) Mickey Kaus has asked his readers to create videos pushing back against immigration reform. It's an innovative idea, but also one fraught with danger, inasmuch as it exposes their true motives. The first video is in.

    Here are a couple of screen grabs, with my commentary below:






    First, I don't care what Ted Kennedy said in 1965. Second, I couldn't care less about preserving the "ethnic mix" of America.

    To paraphrase what Rev. Samuel Rodriguez said at the Faith & Freedom Coalition conference, conservatism isn't about conserving pigmentation, it's about ideas. As long as America is free and virtuous, honors the rule of law, and advances the values of Western Civilization, why does ethnicity matter?

    And why is this being pointed out, anyway?



    It's fun to fear monger the fact that whites will likely lose majority status, but it's hard to blame immigrants when white Americans are dying faster than they are having babies. The problem, of course, is that whites have stopped having babies. (So get to it!)

    Of course, it's not just the user-generated videos that are providing fodder. Here's a recent tweet from David Frum that deserves comment:



    Presumably, Frum is referring to the post-World War II era. This is problematic for several reasons. First, immediately after WWII, the U.S. essentially had the world market to itself, inasmuch as most of our international competitors had been destroyed in the war. You think that might be a factor in the rise of middle class wages?

    Second, there are many reasons why our economy has shifted since the Ozzie & Harriet days, including advanced technology which empowers American companies to produce goods more efficiently (i.e., with less overhead and less workers.)

    And, of course, there is the inconvenient fact that the statistics pointing to a decline in middle class wages are misleading. They do not account for government transfers or in-kind benefits (which have risen dramatically since the 50s). Additionally, family arrangements have changed, but government's methodology of counting "tax units" instead of "households" skew the data.

    The interesting thing about this debate is how conservatives leading the charge for immigration reform (mainly Rubio, but also Rep. Paul Ryan, et al.) are being cast as traitors, while a good Democrat like Mickey Kaus — and a "conservative reformer" like Frum — are among those pushing back hardest. And often, from the left.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

When it comes down to it, a reason the "immigration enthusiasts" are so fanatical on the subject is a hatred, or at least dislike of white people. It makes them feel better about themselves. I've seen it for decades.

David In TN