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Saturday, May 14, 2016

The country left him

Fred Reed observes that what passes for the United States of America today is not the country he knew:
Mail arrives in my inbox all the time, telling me that by going to Mexico I have sold out, fled, abandoned the United States. I’m a coward and a traitor, just like Lord Haw Haw, and Kim Philby, and probably hate America more than Barack Obama does.

It is is irrational. They think that just because I went to Mexico, I left the US. They don’t understand. I didn’t leave the United States. It left me. It was a bait-and-switch operation. I signed on to one country, and they slipped another in under me....

Now, I used to be fond of the United States. Granted, I wasn’t much of a patriot. The word nowadays seems to mean one who doesn’t so much love his country as to dislike other people’s. I figured live and let live. A lot of other countries struck me as fine places. But America was my favorite. It just suited me. I liked the people in their wild variety and the countryside and the music and the brash independence. It wasn’t perfect. Still, given the sorry baseline for comportment in human agglomerations, it was about as good as you could get.

I’m still fond of the United States. I just can’t find it.
Change the people, change the nation. That's the real proposition. The irony, of course, is that the addition of all those people "yearning to breathe free" have turned the USA into a place that is considerably less free than many other countries. The extent to which this has taken place, and the way it was accomplished, is documented in some detail here.

The United States of America is now a triple misnomer. It is not united, the Several States are no longer sovereign states, and genuine Americans are now a minority. It should be no surprise that the country - it cannot be reasonably described as a nation - is no longer recognizable to an oldtimer like Fred.

I seldom get harassed in this way, probably because my story is pretty straightforward. I warned nearly everyone around me for nearly a decade about what was happening to no avail, and was frequently told that if I didn't like it, I should just leave. So I did.

And nothing I have seen in the 20 years since has made me regret that decision.

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68 Comments:

Blogger Todd Miller May 14, 2016 6:01 AM  

Fred Reed says "... in the Old Country they didn’t have these funny little Japanese cars with itsy-bitsy four-bangers. Nope. They had great virile monsters thirty feet long with eight huge cylinders like buckets."

Yeah that's not serious. He goes on to sound like a Grumpy Old Man, talking about the Blues in Chicago was somehow great but hiphop is awful.

The real decline we see is due to mass 3rd world immigration targeted only to White countries combined with forced integration. Someone should coin a term for it.

Blogger WrenchTurner May 14, 2016 6:01 AM  

I've been saying "Change the people, change the country for over ten years". It's sad to see the country I grew up in disappear. I'm only 41.

Blogger WrenchTurner May 14, 2016 6:02 AM  

Hey Todd Miller I like to say "displacement isn't just for ships anymore".

Blogger Cecil Henry May 14, 2016 6:16 AM  


My country was my home. Now it’s a hotel. And I’m the waiter. ITs a crime.

The West including America is a culture created by a specific people and it will be destroyed if that people is dispossessed.

Europeans everywhere have the self-evident right to secure their homelands for themselves, without regard to the claims others make upon it.

Change the people, destroy the nation. That's a crime, NOT a policy option.

Anonymous Bobby Farr May 14, 2016 6:20 AM  

On the flip side, should those of us who expatriated and who are of at least partial American ancestry consider returning if Trump is elected, the border is walled, legal immigration is frozen and mass deportations begin to occur (all big ifs)?

Anonymous Moonbear May 14, 2016 6:23 AM  

Hmm, Integration is good... Work is good...

Forced work is called slavery, what then is forced integration? Can we come up with some sort of term for that? Obviously Genocide is the real official term for it, but since they apparently are kosher with genocide like other leftists we know about; Will they at all recognize the evil they commited before the war knocks on their door?

They seem to be pensive towards integration, and that the migrants need work to integrate; What if we call the new ghetto no-go zones they are creating for Gulags?

#GulagsForMigrants

:)

Blogger JACIII May 14, 2016 6:27 AM  

There are still pockets here of folks sliding by under the radar, but it gets ever more difficult as the rot sets in deeper and deeper to live as a free man without popping up like a whack-a-mole for the empowered to take a swipe at.

Yeah, you can still do "X". Just don't get caught.

All this monitoring of folk is to signal a reaction at a lower baseline of what is now perversely considered deviant activity.

Anonymous Bluey May 14, 2016 7:02 AM  

I'm an aussie in my early 30's and I feel very much like the country I grew up in is gone. I don't recognise the place full of Sudanese gangs, riots by minorities in the CBD of major citys, or the political correctness circle jerk this place has become.
Don't let the USA become the festering hole it is here.

Anonymous Bobby Farr May 14, 2016 7:04 AM  

@8 The demographics of the USA are much, much worse than those of Australia.

Blogger AdognamedOp May 14, 2016 7:08 AM  

Oh yeah, like yall displaced niggas are fairing any better in your overseas shitholes.

Blogger TontoBubbaGoldstein May 14, 2016 7:08 AM  

'Murrica.
Love it or leave it!



*Couldn't resist*

Blogger Aeoli Pera May 14, 2016 7:10 AM  

The United States of America is now a triple misnomer.

I'm not sold on the "of" part either. Prepositional nation? Sounds suspiciously familiar...

Blogger Aeoli Pera May 14, 2016 7:19 AM  

Moonbear wrote:Hmm, Integration is good... Work is good...

Forced work is called slavery, what then is forced integration? Can we come up with some sort of term for that?


Replacement. White flight. Ethnic resettlement. La Raza. Reverse colonization. "White people go where the good schools are."

If we want to go with the Red Nationalism angle, LaFond says “Caught between two fires” is an old saying of theirs for this.

Blogger Aeoli Pera May 14, 2016 7:21 AM  

Oh oh, Reconstruction.

Blogger Ahazuerus May 14, 2016 7:33 AM  

Fred really is a grumpy old curmudgeon.

That's his value. Way I see it, if you're old and not grumpy, you're either stupid and/or a useless coward.

But, you know, I'm old and grumpy, too.

Blogger Noah B May 14, 2016 7:35 AM  

The Untied States has never been a nation proper, only temporary alliances of nations, even since its founding. The North and the South were never united, and although the North won the Civil War and the division of free state vs. slave state slowly faded, new divisions arose as quickly as the old ones disappeared.

And so the Untied States is today, an multi-ethnic, multi-lingual state with diametrically opposed ideologies competing for dominance, all while it imagines itself to be a global superpower. Only two things make it "exceptional" - the widespread global use of its currency (now rapidly diminishing) and its large stockpiles of fissionable materials.

Blogger VD May 14, 2016 7:39 AM  

Only two things make it "exceptional" - the widespread global use of its currency (now rapidly diminishing) and its large stockpiles of fissionable materials.

Also, its large physical size mitigated the effects of diversity. That's why Europe is heating up so much faster. It's physically smaller with 40 percent more people, so a much smaller number of immigrants is setting off the Europeans, while Americans are only beginning to wake up after 50 years of relentless invasion.

Blogger Doom May 14, 2016 8:01 AM  

What he asserts in a national way, I am seeing in a relationship way. I mean, women. I have women screaming all the time that men owe them marriage. Even that I owe women something. What they fail to see is that without getting something in return, some reasonable expectations, that... no, I don't owe them anything. I think these two are very familiar, and more connected than might seem to many of the folk who have become regulars these days. Moderates, or such. This has become an odd place. While I haven't been booted I am not sure why not. I know if the mob had it's way I would be gone.

Anyway... same same.

Blogger clk May 14, 2016 8:01 AM  

I really enjoy reading fred... if you go to his site read his post --

Capitalism and the Minimum Wage: “I Got Mine, Screw You

Fred is one of my more favorite liberal, progressive writers....

Blogger JACIII May 14, 2016 8:02 AM  

VD wrote:Only two things make it "exceptional" - the widespread global use of its currency (now rapidly diminishing) and its large stockpiles of fissionable materials.

Also, its large physical size mitigated the effects of diversity. That's why Europe is heating up so much faster. It's physically smaller with 40 percent more people, so a much smaller number of immigrants is setting off the Europeans, while Americans are only beginning to wake up after 50 years of relentless invasion.


Yep. Saw a dude in a dress with a rag on his head at the local gas station. Not a common sight in these parts.

Clerk - Did he say "ten dollars"?
Local - Fucked if I know, I'm just glad he didn't blow up.

Anonymous Jim bob May 14, 2016 8:08 AM  

Fred isn't a coward for moving to mexico. That's just smart arbitrage since America is now just a more expensive version of Mexico. He's a coward for writing "Saxon begins to hate" type screeds about how REAL SOON NOW some other white guys are gonna finally do some violence in retaliation for all this bullshit.

Anonymous Bobo May 14, 2016 8:46 AM  

We defected to Costa Rica a coupla years ago, to the gringo coast. Lots of loud happy kids riding their bikes around the neighborhood and at the beach club, all white. It's like a suburb of the US, set back in the 50s.
Like America, without the US govt.
And $3/hr housekeepers.

Anonymous Ha May 14, 2016 9:09 AM  

The USA is corrupt, incompetently governed, and overrun with Latino immigrants...

So he moved to Mexico.

Yeaaaaahhhhh, that makes sense.

Blogger Dire Badger May 14, 2016 9:19 AM  

Some of us are Ornery bastards that choose to stay and fight evil. Not to deride your decision to leave, but many of us consider staying the harder, and more important, path.

I am pleased that you continue to support the fight from afar, however.

Anonymous Baron Silas Greenback May 14, 2016 9:36 AM  

I have two questions VD, semi on-topic, but I've been thinking about the 2nd one for a couple of days: 1) In what countries can an ex-pat legally own firearms? and 2) How much ammo do the Swiss have at their home when they are providing their military service? (I'm thinking it is a reasonable "bare minimum")

Anonymous Kel-Tec PF9 May 14, 2016 9:39 AM  

VD isn't always on about Italy the way Reed is about Mexico, that's why he doesn't get the same flack.

Anonymous A Visitor May 14, 2016 9:50 AM  

"Think I’m exaggerating? When I used to have the police beat for the Washington Times in the Yankee capital, the cops told me, dead serious, that if I ever shot an intruder, I should shoot him again to make sure: You can’t afford to have two stories, they said, especially if he’s black which, in Washington, was pretty much a foregone conclusion. They’ll hang you, said the cops."

That's just typical Washingtonian liberalism. That's nothing new under the sun.

"In the country I grew up in, you got on an airplane by walking up these funny little steps with wheels on them. Then you sat down. That’s all you did. I know, I know: You don’t believe this. It’s true. You just walked on. Further, the stewardesses were not merely civil but — so help me — friendly and pretty. Flying was actually enjoyable. The seats were big enough that you didn’t sit with your knees beside your ears and your feet in your pockets."

Well, the stewardesses no longer being pretty and funny you can chalk up due to a lack of customer service. I remember when I was coming back from a stint with our embassy in Nicaragua seeing a bunch of Qatar or Emirates (couldn't get a good enough of a look at the uniforms) stewardesses in Houston. For Arabs, they weren't half bad looking. Their uniforms definitely made them look prettier than they would have otherwise.

"Today, getting aboard is like going into max security at some ghastly penitentiary."

I had to smile at this. Doing background investigations at the federal level, one time I actually went to a federal pen to do an interview. Although I didn't have to go through it, all the people visiting the inmates had to go through the body scanner just like the airport.

"It’s hard to be pleasant when the odds are even that the next official you deal with will be an ill-mannered lout who knows he can get away with it."

Got pulled over for speeding on Thursday. Despite being pissed about getting pulled over, the cop was polite and courteous. Shocking I know.

Anonymous A Visitor May 14, 2016 9:50 AM  

"Yet further still, in the Old Country they didn’t have these funny little Japanese cars with itsy-bitsy four-bangers. Nope. They had great virile monsters thirty feet long with eight huge cylinders like buckets. "

Well when you have the EPA MANDATING gas mileage (and then they become a victim of their own success) and you can't tap our own gas reserves because of some moose (and Heaven forbid you actually do offshore drilling right off the coast of Florida where there's a cornucopia of oil and natural gas to last us through the next century alone), you really can't drive pre-OPEC cars Fred. Sorry brah.

"In the music of the new country, the whites whine and the blacks grunt angrily and the lyrics seem to have been written by a retarded computer. From Tampa Red to Eminem is a long way down."

Evidently Fred has never listened to Texas country or trance.

"Change the people, change the nation. That's the real proposition."

Shhh, Vox! You might start getting Fred to reflect that Mexicans aren't all magical after all.

@1 "The real decline we see is due to mass 3rd world immigration targeted only to White countries combined with forced integration. Someone should coin a term for it."

Population replacement? Genocide? Oh wait, that latter would require R2P! R2P! Quick! Where are some ACPs that we can lend to the UN? Shoot!

@2 I've been saying it for the last eight or 9. I'll be 30 in December.

"My country was my home. Now it’s a hotel. And I’m the waiter. ITs a crime."

@4 That's a great and true analogy. 3rd worlders who make no attempt to assimilate simply view us as a gas station and ATM.

@5 You guys are always welcome. If all those if's are met, please do. We'll need the manpower!

@8 There's a few countries on my bucket list. Your is among them. I knew an Aussie in grad school; she fought in the Second Gulf War. It always brought a smile to my face, seeing her pull up in her car with the bumper sticker, "Aussie veteran! And proud!" in the middle of eastern Texas. We had a memorial for ANZAC day and then had (I forget what flower you all have pinned to shirts that day) flowers pinned to the lapels of our suits.

Do me a favor: fight the good fight to the extent you can there, mate. We're in this together!

@10 What?

@17 Fissionable materials? Did he mean like Oak Ridge?!? Giggity! Furthermore going off what you said Vox, that's what people Stateside who've never left (or gone anywhere beyond tourism) really get. Case in point, a sibling of mine was upset 8 or 9 years ago when Sarkozy (as worthless as he was) signed the law banning niqabs in the streets of France. She didn't understand that the Declaration of Independence (which has no legal binding power here) did not exist there. I furthermore have told her repeatedly, "Wait until you have to deal with them on a daily basis. Then your tune will change and fast."

@20 LOL

@22 If Nicaragua weren't under the grip of Ortega, I'd recommend you head west and move to San Juan del Sur.

Anonymous Steed May 14, 2016 9:52 AM  

Sure, every country has baseline of cac going on so why bother. But even a dung beetle knows when to fold `em and move on. On the other hand, some of us are too broke to make the move.

Anonymous BGKB May 14, 2016 10:04 AM  

The sad thing is that Freed gets to meet higher class Mexicans than we do in the states.

#GulagsForMigrants Pinochet helicopter rides across the border for alien felons Mexico won't take.

That's his value. Way I see it, if you're old and not grumpy, you're either stupid and/or a useless coward

Leftists always say that racists will die off. I point out that as people get old they start to notice things like its never the STR8 White Church Going Christian Men committing bashings but almost always blacks.

VD isn't always on about Italy the way Reed is about Mexico, that's why he doesn't get the same flack

VD doesn't have to lie about Italy like Reed does about age of consent.

Blogger DaveofSpades May 14, 2016 10:09 AM  

I mean this as an honest question: where in the world can I move that I can bring my guns? It's pretty much the only thing keeping me here.

Blogger ZhukovG May 14, 2016 10:20 AM  

Maybe Vox doesn't talk up Italy because he doesn't want a bunch of ilk to move there and destroy the property values.;)

Blogger praetorian May 14, 2016 10:23 AM  

in the Old Country they didn’t have these funny little Japanese cars with itsy-bitsy four-bangers. Nope. They had great virile monsters thirty feet long with eight huge cylinders like buckets

My land cruiser is my waifu.

Anonymous Eric the Red May 14, 2016 10:23 AM  

TPTB are grinning, their plans are going along smoothly. Whites are not only not coming together, but as the darkies invade white countries, many whites then voluntarily leave to go live in darkie countries.

Two generations from now, white societies will be forgotten history. All because a majority of whites couldn't think outside the box enough to attack their enemies. (Please understand, I'm included in my own disgust).

Blogger kmbr May 14, 2016 10:30 AM  

**many whites then voluntarily leave to go live in darkie countries. **

Typically, they aren't "on the march" in darkie countries like they are here. Case in point, in many LA and SA countries, they have what's called the "gringo line". Like, say, at the MVD, you go first, get preferential treatment.

They kinda know their place. Until ofcourse, a strong left wing gets organized.

Ultimately, the left IS the problem.

Blogger Mr.MantraMan May 14, 2016 10:37 AM  

Speaking of brown countries leading the way into utopia, Venezuela is making the rounds of the dissident press and even up to Drudge.

No one wants us whites anymore, colored bigots and angry fems as the new ruling elite, damn the future is so bright I gotta wear shades.

Blogger RC May 14, 2016 10:39 AM  

@Bobo - Costa Rica is on my short-list. Would you be open to communicating with a fellow Ilk regarding your experiences? If so, please drop me an email: asldigfhwolie@gmx.com.

Blogger Random May 14, 2016 10:49 AM  

Wheelchair-bound Senior Web Developer seeks relocation advice for leaving US. Job-hunting tips appreciated, visa sponsorship a definite plus. Eastern Europe, Hungary or Poland optimal.

Blogger DaveofSpades May 14, 2016 11:34 AM  

I mean this as an honest question: where in the world can I move that I can bring my guns? It's pretty much the only thing keeping me here.

Blogger Jourdan May 14, 2016 12:15 PM  

I agree with Fred Reed. I can see the signs of the country I once knew and loved everywhere, but the people are totally different and the culture flat-out, batshit insane.

It's depressing, but it's not like we weren't warned. Hell, even the Founders had a suspicion that what they were building wouldn't last.

Anonymous KPP May 14, 2016 12:16 PM  

@39

10 Best Countries for Gun Owners
http://www.gunsandammo.com/network-topics/culture-politics-network/best-countries-gun-owners/

Overview of gun laws by nation (Wikipedia)
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Overview_of_gun_laws_by_nation

Of course, even the more lenient countries may not stay that way. The anti-gun forces are everywhere and to hold them back long term you need a strong pro-gun subculture underlying the culture at large.

Anonymous DarkEden May 14, 2016 12:19 PM  

I've often said I'm a patriot to a country that no longer exists. I guess I'm not the only one.

Anonymous Napoleon 12pdr May 14, 2016 12:21 PM  

Dire Badger wrote:Some of us are Ornery bastards that choose to stay and fight evil. Not to deride your decision to leave, but many of us consider staying the harder, and more important, path.

I am pleased that you continue to support the fight from afar, however.

Yup. I've got nowhere else to go, my ancestors came over a century before the American Revolution. May as well make a stand here.

Anonymous mature-Craig May 14, 2016 1:29 PM  

genuine Americans

hmm

Blogger James Dixon May 14, 2016 1:31 PM  

> Some of us are Ornery bastards that choose to stay and fight evil.

If I saw any plan to fight the evil, I'd be interested. It looks more to me like people just holding on until hell breaks loose, then hoping to rebuild afterward.

Now, that's not a bad thing, but it's not the same thing as taking the fight to the enemy. Vox can come back and help pick up the pieces too, and in the meantime is family is living in relative safety.

Why haven't I left? Not enough money and no place to go that looks particularly better than here, though we are considering moving farther south for retirement.

Anonymous mature- Craig May 14, 2016 1:34 PM  

In Israel all of the citizens are required to serve in the army, I think that would be a good idea if the USA adopted that policy

Blogger Noah B May 14, 2016 1:54 PM  

"He's a coward for writing "Saxon begins to hate" type screeds about how REAL SOON NOW some other white guys are gonna finally do some violence in retaliation for all this bullshit."

He could always pen an article under his own name announcing the beginning of his one man guerrilla campaign against the globalists. Because that would be smart.

Blogger Remo - Vile Faceless Minion #99 May 14, 2016 2:22 PM  

Yeah if you ever encounter one of those "Merica! Love it or leave it!" types and you respond with "I left - now leave me alone" you get a stare akin to a deer in the headlights, they simply cannot respond immediately as to their programming the rest of the world is basically 'here be dragons'. After a minute or two of computing a response you may get a "Youza traitor!" or such which is about as eloquent as those who just a minute prior, told you to leave, can get.

Blogger praetorian May 14, 2016 2:49 PM  


In Israel all of the citizens are required to serve in the army, I think that would be a good idea if the USA adopted that policy


Not until we restore our nation. Otherwise you are just providing cannon fodder for the globalists.

Anonymous Sam the Man May 14, 2016 3:02 PM  

Baron Silas

I know a wee bit about Swiss gun laws:

1) Since around 2007 Swiss soldiers no longer have any rounds with them at home. The last issue was 50 rounds of 5.6x45 GP90, which was in a sealed tin that you were not allowed to open or use. This was not an issue as at any federal range (1000s of them) you can purchase GP90 (5.6mm) or GP11 (7.5) for around .35 cents (US) a round.

There is a small caveat: You must shot it that very day at the range, either in a Obligatory shoot, Field shoot or one of the sponsored range competitions such as the General Weber shoot. Other than shooting at these official 300 m courses and zero rounds the ammunition cannot be used for any other purpose. They count the number of rounds issued and any left over are returned for a refund. It is prohibited to remove either GP11 or GP90 or the brass for same off of the range.

If you like 300 M rifle, 50M small bore, 25 and 50 M pistol, it is pretty nice. if you just want to plink AKA American style, you will need to belong to a private club and this is expensive.

You can buy commercial ammunition at any dealer, but it is about twice as expensive. There is no limit on the quantity held. Pistol and ammunition for non "free weapons" requires you to show your weapons acquisition permit.

As for a foreigner coming into the county and buying and using arms, it is not all that hard to buy a manually operated rifle such as a JG11, K11 or K31. These are so called free weapons and do not require a weapons acquisition pass, which is a new requirement since 2012. All you have to do is execute a contract with the seller and have proof that you are eligible to own arms in your own nation. (unless you are from the Balkans, not so with folks from these lands unless they get permanent residency)

Bringing in arms from overseas is difficult, as you have to pay the customs duty as if you bought it in country. The only exception is if you are coming in to shoot an official match and the arm is then leaving, in which case it can be entered duty free.

To buy an AR-15, PE90, PE57 you need the weapons acquisition permit and this requires a permanent residency or citizenship status. Unlike other countries getting permanent living permission depends on your neighbors.

There are .50 BMG shooters, three gun and black powder competitions, albeit all are highly completion based and more regulated than US types of shooting.

It is arms friendly but you have to observe a lot of cultural habits to become accepted into the shooting club culture. The easiest way to do this is to first join an overseas shooting club or be able to demonstrate skill in rifle marksmanship. A US NRA rated master or high master will find acceptance in short order. Also be prepared to learn a German dialect. There is a social aspect to Swiss shooting culture, you will rarely go to a match without a meal and drinking afterwards.

Once you do that, and become a certified range officer, you can draw your own SIG 550, full automatic and P75 pistol (sig 220). That said you are not authorized to shoot it on full automatic and must return with it to the arsenal issue from for inspection every 3 years. Nor may you buy it , which is what the retiring soldiers can do after 10 years of service, though in that case they have the full automatic function blanked.

To hunt you must join a Hunting society which is about as complex as it is over to border in Germany. You must demonstrate competency with arms and traditions.

That is a start.

Blogger Were-Puppy May 14, 2016 3:11 PM  

@15 Ahazuerus

Way I see it, if you're old and not grumpy, you're either stupid and/or a useless coward.
---

There is definitely some old grumpies out there. There is something about being old that makes them that way.

Anonymous Mr. Rational May 14, 2016 3:24 PM  

DarkEden wrote:I've often said I'm a patriot to a country that no longer exists.
It sucks to become a nation-in-exile without moving.

Blogger Thordaddy May 14, 2016 3:28 PM  

Self-annihilation.

Blogger SciVo May 14, 2016 4:21 PM  

clk wrote:I really enjoy reading fred... if you go to his site read his post --

Capitalism and the Minimum Wage: “I Got Mine, Screw You


My favorite of his is Gelding, By Lily: The Sorrowful Rise Of Neuter Man.

Blogger Mastermind May 14, 2016 4:21 PM  

lol @ a hypocrite like Fred Reed crying that "his country left him." Fred Reed supported and made excuses for the Mexican invasion. I hope he rots in hell.

Blogger RobertT May 14, 2016 4:24 PM  

My profession is pretty much tied to the United States, so expatriating isn't in my future, and I'm certainly disappointed in what the U.S. has become. I agree with everything in this post ... but in what ways is Italy an improvement over the U.S.? Or Reed's Mexico? Or Australia? Or Canada? I'm thinking, "out of the frying pan, into the fire."

OpenID ymarsakar May 14, 2016 4:35 PM  

America has had internal traitors ever since the Democrats in 1830 thought slavery was a good idea to promote white nationalism and political supremacy. That hasn't changed since, even though they lost one war.

Anonymous Bob Smith May 14, 2016 6:33 PM  

@39 in addition to the post by @41:

possibly Svalbard

Anonymous BGKB May 14, 2016 6:38 PM  

Freed Reed is missing out, he says he can't get 12yo Mexican girls into his van with icecream because it melts. He could be getting paid to do that in Atlanta.
http://www.thedailysheeple.com/atlanta-police-force-children-into-creepy-truancy-van_052016

Not to be outdone Philly cops pretend to be google employees.
http://www.thedailysheeple.com/caught-philadelphia-police-disguised-this-mass-spy-vehicle-as-a-google-streetview-car_052016

Blogger Chent May 14, 2016 6:53 PM  

@VD

Also, its large physical size mitigated the effects of diversity. That's why Europe is heating up so much faster. It's physically smaller with 40 percent more people, so a much smaller number of immigrants is setting off the Europeans, while Americans are only beginning to wake up after 50 years of relentless invasion.

Not to mention that Muslims are not Mexicans. I know both people and they are different. The smugness and anger of Muslims with respect to Western people and their goal of changing society to implant sharia are absent in Mexicans.

Anonymous Sam the Man May 14, 2016 7:43 PM  

Mastermind

Fred Reed was an older man without any female company in the US of A. By moving to Mexico he made his VA disability go a wee bit farther, found and married a very nice Mexican woman who could not find a suitable husband due to her illegitimate daughter. Win-win situation for all involved.

He found a degree of happiness and support he could not locate in his own country. Not a hypocrite, a chap who had a very realistic view of what he could not achieve in the US and moved to a location where he could.

Oh yeah, before you make fun of his disability (near blindness, realize he got that in Vietnam fighting for the US of A.

Blogger weka May 14, 2016 7:46 PM  

If you live in Rural (small town) NZ or Europe or Australia or Canada it is still a high trust environment. If you live in large cities anywhere it is not: possible exception is highly Confucian cities such as Singapore and Hong Kong. Just back from there: kids roam freely around the streets and everyone looks out for them.
But if you are a foreigner or otherwise outside the pale, you will be shunned.
Live where the crowds are not.

Anonymous Bluey May 14, 2016 9:12 PM  

@62
yes and no, recent Australian governments have had policies of putting refugees into country areas. Means that places like Shepperton (small rural city in Victoria), have areas that are not advisable for white people to go.

Blogger Tom K. May 14, 2016 9:33 PM  

Not all of America is overrun yet. Quite a few states still have mostly white populations. Of all the Southern border states, Arizona's Anglo population is nearly 60%, but in my northern town it's 90%. The percentage of Dindus is 0.3%. I moved her from Vegas where the black population was over 10% and before the crash most of them were employed and productive members of society. Still, they committed most of the violent crimes and robberies.

It's nice to live among a majority white population, even if a large number of them are featured on "The People of Wal-Mart"!

Better white trash than. . .

Blogger Tom K. May 14, 2016 9:54 PM  

Not all of America is overrun yet. Quite a few states still have mostly white populations. Of all the Southern border states, Arizona's Anglo population is nearly 60%, but in my northern town it's 90%. The percentage of Dindus is 0.3%. I moved her from Vegas where the black population was over 10% and before the crash most of them were employed and productive members of society. Still, they committed most of the violent crimes and robberies.

It's nice to live among a majority white population, even if a large number of them are featured on "The People of Wal-Mart"!

Better white trash than. . .

Blogger Were-Puppy May 14, 2016 11:54 PM  

@59 BGKB

Walmart has a bunch of those type spy vehicles

Anonymous Rhetoric Man May 15, 2016 11:28 AM  

“Europeans everywhere have the self-evident right to secure their homelands for themselves, without regard to the claims others make upon it.”



Cecil, you were noticeably silent regarding the post on white genocide. Interesting, to say the least.

Now, Europeans, or whites, also have the self-evident right to enable people other than European or non-white to settle in their homelands, without regard to your beliefs.

America is still united, although fractured (but again, when has it ever been 100% united?), the states have never been completely free, but free enough to enact their own laws, and “genuine Americans”, well, now, that’s a vague term. America is still a home to tens of millions of people. Just ask them.

Anonymous Quartermaster May 15, 2016 7:52 PM  

@1
"Rape" would suffice.

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