By nation of origin of our people, by 2050, America will be a Third World country. Our great cities will all look like Los Angeles today. Los Angeles and the cities of the Southwest will look like Juarez and Tijuana..
The temptation is to think that Vicente Fox, who heads a country 46% of whose people would like to live in the United States, is but another failed Third World visionary prattling on for the benefit of globalists who have been beavering away on their impossible dream for generations..
The crisis of the West is a collapsing culture and vanishing peoples, as a Third World that grows by 100 million people, the equivalent of a new Mexico, every 18 months, mounts the greatest invasion in history of the world. If we do not shake off our paralysis, the West comes to an end.
Neoconservatives are the boat people of the McGovern revolution.
Peoples of European descent are not only in a relative but a real decline. They are aging, dying, disappearing. This is the existential crisis of the West.
Chicano chauvinists and Mexican agents have made clear their intent to take back through demography and culture what their ancestors lost through war.
A civil war is going to break out inside the Republican Party along the old trench lines of the Goldwater-Rockefeller wars of the 1960s, a war for the heart and soul and future of the party.
Nine days after an attack on the United States, this tiny clique of intellectuals was telling the President of the United States.. That if he did not follow their war plans, he would be charged publicly with a decisive surrender to terrorism.
The Bush Doctrine is a prescription for permanent war for permanent peace, though wars are the death of republics.
If Iraq collapses in chaos and civil war, there will be a ferocious fight in this country over who misled us and who may have lied us, into war. Into the dock will go the neoconservatives whose class project this was.
If war is the continuation of politics by other means, terrorism is the continuation of war by other means.
As China is the one nation with the size, population, ideology and power to contest the United States for hegemony in Asia, is war inevitable? Answer: No more inevitable than was war between Germany and Great Britain in 1914.
If the success of the Bush presidency hinges on the outcome of the war in Iraq, that war is even more critical to the cabal that exploited 9/11 to maneuver us into it.. All the neocon eggs are in the Baghdad basket.
Through its support of mass immigration, its paralysis in power to prevent 12-20 million illegal aliens from entering and staying, its failure to address the anchor-baby issue, the Republican Party has birthed a new electorate that will send it the way of the Whigs.
The dirty little secret is that Congress no longer wants the accountability that goes with the wielding of power.