Thursday, 13 November 2014

Royalty Unhinged: Why Obama must be opposed on "immigration reform".

     It is very necessary for us to be resolved in this matter of King Barry's initiative in the area of what is styled "immigration reform" in these times.   The entire matter has become essentially a power play by Progressives to further deteriorate the body politic of the United States of America.
   It is a matter of some head-scratching, morbid humour to note that the left in America has swung back and forth, wildly, depending on the style of the moment, the time of the month for Margaret Sanger's followers, and how the Yankees wanted to deal with the "African Problem".
     Sanger's great desire was to eliminate the Negro Race from the Continent, along with Mexicans of any kind, most Southerners, Jews, and broad swaths of people of eastern and southern European ancestry.  This early-model Hillary felt that Mongolians  and all other funny looking people who ate a lot of rice needed to be kept out of the United States at the very least, if not off the face of Planet Earth.   Ergo, the prototypical founder of Planned Parenthood and mother of was integral in the establishment of organisations that were dedicated to getting rid of the inferior masses.

Formal photograph of an African-American man, with beard and mustache, around 50 years old
W. E. B. Du Bois in 1918
     But, a sister-ideology was afoot, also leftist.  It was more interested in the destruction of the British Empire and its royal house, along with the United States of America.   So, it was more important to them to intertwine various ethnic and racial groups into a cadre of hatred for America.   These folks, mainly out-and-out card carrying Communists under the control of the Kremlin worked tirelessly to build this matrix of sedition.
    As is extracted from Wikipedia's general synopsis, we pass along:

     Du Bois rose to national prominence as the leader of the Niagara Movement, a group of African-American activists who wanted equal rights for blacks. Du Bois and his supporters opposed the Atlanta Compromise, an agreement crafted by Booker T. Washington which provided that Southern blacks would work and submit to white political rule, while Southern whites guaranteed that blacks would receive basic educational and economic opportunities. Instead, Du Bois insisted on full civil rights and increased political representation, which he believed would be brought about by the African-American intellectual elite. He referred to this group as the talented tenth and believed that African Americans needed the chances for advanced education to develop its leadership.

     We point out the critical phrase, "....which he believed that would be brought about by the African-American political elite.  He referred to this group as the 'talented tenth' and believed that African Americans needed the chances for advanced education to develop its leadership."
     Booker Tecumseh Washington knew that the white cohort in the Old Confederacy controlled much of the coming and going of the Black Man, and that they also controlled the funds that would be required for building the institutions that could and would improve the conditions for everyone, amicably, and without useless confrontations.

     The two paths taken by the two Negro leaders could be summarised by the fact that DuBois received the Lenin Peace Prize and Washington had almost a million people who were drawn to his funeral's affairs....compsed of equal numbers of White and Black folks.
The interment of Dr. Booker Tecumseh Washington
1915, Tuskegee Institute Campus
     Another thing about the good Dr. Washington was that he mobilised what would to-day be billions of dollars from people of good will, without the Jesse Jackson - Al Sharpton shakedown routine.   He had people like the Ogdens, the Carnegies, and many more, along with broad support from the Georgia and Atlanta and Southern middle class.  He was a sociological foil against the dunces in the Klan as well as the social reformers, especially from the North, who were representing anarchists and radical labour reformers.
     We bring these things up so as to point out the fact that this entire issue is much more ideologically driven rather than by being impulsed by race or ethnicity.
     As we have pointed out, for instance, in the Republic of Texas during the General Elections just past, the vote for Republican candidates, running Republic-wide, it is reasonably calculated that around 44% of all Latinos voted for the Republican candidates.   There is some thought that as many as 20% of all people of Black-African ancestry in Texas actually did vote Republican.
     So, connecting up what seem to be disparate dots, we point out now that the avalanche of the results during the last General Elections, pretty much all across the nation, we assert that there is no need to insult the "Hispanic vote" with such a useless measure as some kind of immigration reform.    It is pure demagoguery.  For Republicans to tell other Republicans that it is necessary to be more "inclusive" by permitting people to be legalised as legal residents without having complied with even the most basic elements of communitarian insulting.   The implication that those of us who oppose closing the border to all save those involved in legal crossing is some kind of "discrimination" insulting.   We assure all who care to listen to reason that the path of Booker Washington was better....and we lost its inertia to those who preferred a quicker path, and a more contentious path, driven by elites shepherding the least productive.
      Our path is better and shows better results.   Furthermore, to grant access to this country by executive fiat to people who have chosen not to obey the rules of access is also insulting to those who have complied.  It is also a clear and obvious violation of the established powers within the United States Constitution concerning the separation of those powers between the Executive, Legislative, and Judicial branches of the central government. 
     It is all insulting to those of us who have committed the sin of having been born to colonial lineages of this country.   We are the ones who have committed no error, been kind to the visitor in the times past, and who have never offended against even the un-documented.
We leave this now for further consideration and comment to-morrow.
El Gringo Viejo