Who Opened the Borders in the First Place?
really don't know why Ted Kennedy did what he
did on immigration."
BECK, CEO & Founder of NumbersUSA
Well, first of all,
it's important to know something basic about the
Kennedys--all of them. They were supremely
political creatures, and masters at knowing
which way the winds were blowing. True, at
times they also helped to guide those winds but
keep in mind that even their most accomplished
member--JFK--is revered today for things he had
little to do with, and in some cases was quite
ambivalent about. Consider that photos of
JFK are still on the wall of many an elderly
black woman's living room, along with Lincoln,
Martin Luther King ...and Malcolm X if she's
'edgy'. Yet JFK had little to do with
civil rights issues, considering them at most
distractions from his primary agendas. It
was LBJ who actually rammed through serious
civil-rights legislation, yet you'll search far
and wide before finding a black living room with
a photo of LBJ on the wall.
Teddy Kennedy was a distant third among the
three Kennedy brothers in the 1960s, and he knew
it. If it weren't for his brothers, he
wouldn't have been a senator in the first
place. And he knew it. So, how to
distinguish himself and burnish his own
civil-rights cred after Jack's assassination and
LBJ's ascent to the throne? LBJ, after
all, had altered the course of history with his
landmark Civil Rights Act of 1964. How
could the weakest Kennedy compete?
Well, it turns out that there were forces
waiting in the wings for just such an
opportunity. Forces which had been at work
for decades, anticipating such a chance and
laying the groundwork--social, political, and
legal--for action. Several decades of
:mass-media programming (television, movies,
magazines, newspapers, books) softened
Americans' views of immigration and especially
of selective immigration to the point where
anyone who suggested that the nation should
consider its own welfare when setting
immigration policy was instantly reviled as a
fascist and racist: written out of 'polite
to say that Ted Kennedy, much less the majority
of Americans, didn't know and didn't much care
about the details of the Hart-Cellar
Act. The main objective of which was
the disempowering, disenfranchising, and
ultimately the dispossession of the people who
had created the United States of America and
made her great.
So, who was behind the opening of the borders,
and what was their motivation?
Here I refer readers to a recent essay at The
Correction: As of January 2018, TheRightStuff.biz has been 'deplatformed' so that link no longer works.
I found what I believe to be the same file here on a blog by the same name:
mind you, the issue is critical. Whites
are in the process of becoming a minority in
America--indeed, in all white countries--and
it's hardly by mistake. More to the point,
the grievances (real and imagined) of various
non-white groups are being systematically stoked
to white-hot anger in the ((controlled)) mass
media with the result that once whites lose
power they will be subjected to unimaginable
depredations, up to and including slavery.
Never mind that the vast majority of these
grievance-mongers and their ancestors never even
lived in America until these recent immigration
revisions. It won't matter. Only one
group of people--who call themselves white only
when it's convenient--will prevail with their
notorious 'divide and conquer' strategy over the
people who once made America the greatest nation
Read more about the single most important issue facing our nation from the redoubtable John Derbyshire at VDARE.COM.
What say you?