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By Rémi Tremblay on 09/29/2022

Quebec National Conservative Legault Set For Re-Election—Too Bad He’s Only An Opportunistic Immigration Patriot

See also: The “Great Replacement” Comes For The QUEBECOIS DE SOUCHE (And Anglos Too)

Chances are Quebec’s incumbent Premier François Legault, of the Coalition Avenir Quebec, will enjoy an easy win in the provincial (= U.S. state) election on Monday, October 3. He got VDARE.com’s attention back in 2018 when he won an unexpected victory with the help of a Trump-style dramatic immigration patriot feint. But, also like Trump, his performance in office has been disappointing. it has become clear that Legault is basically a civic (albeit French-speaking Quebec) nationalist who keeps the Identity card, the defense of the French language and our collective survival, up his sleeve to play when necessary. As a French-speaking Quebecois, I think this isn’t good enough and I will vote for the explicitly separatist Parti Quebecois, which has recently abandoned its flirtation with leftist Wokeism and is now—too late!—better on immigration than the CAQ [Parti Québécois would reduce immigration to Quebec if elected, by  Frédéric Lacroix-Couture, Montreal Gazette, September 5, 2022] But still, as English Canada’s flagship Toronto Globe and Mail just put it, “Quebec is the one [Canadian] province where immigration is a ballot-box issue in provincial elections”[Parties promise to limit immigration in Quebec election, by  Konrad Yakabuski, September 30, 2022]. So much the worse for English Canada!

Since spring, Legault has been surfing on a popularity wave ranging from 40 to 50 percent, the remainder of the vote being split between four parties [A debate and week later, polls show little change in CAQ appeal, by Daniel J. Rowe, CTV News, September 21, 2022]. Except for some Anglo or multiethnic ridings (= U.S. House District), nowhere in Quebec is unwinnable for Legault and his CAQ.

In effect, both personally and politically, Legault seems to have reincarnated the hegemonic National (Quebec) Conservative, implicitly crypto-separatist, Union National party of Maurice Duplessis, premier of Quebec 1944-1959. This may be a sweet spot: the French-speaking Quebecois are, in fact,  cautious non-Leftists. In this election campaign, all Legault had to do was sit, wait, and avoid any faux pas. That’s what he did.

But again, that won’t help identitarians and nationalists who see their homeland slipping away.

In May, nationalists were enthused by the CAQ’s apparent shift toward an openly nationalist agenda and its emphasis on “pride” (not the kind associated with rainbow flags). “The CAQ wants to promote the idea that they are proud people; proud of themselves, proud to be Quebecers,” CTVNews reported of the party’s convention:

It is the main message the party is choosing

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Article By Patrick J. Buchanan on 09/29/2022

Asked, "What is an American?" many would answer, "An American is a citizen of the United States."

Yet, at the First Continental Congress in 1774, 15 years before the U.S. became a nation of 13 states, Patrick Henry rose to proclaim that, "British oppression has effaced the boundaries of the several colonies; the distinctions between Virginians, Pennsylvanians, New Yorkers, and New Englanders are no more. I am not a Virginian, but an American."

Henry was saying—more than a dozen years before our constitutional republic was established—that America already existed as a nation, and he was her loyal son.

In an 1815 letter to Thomas Jefferson, long after both men had served as president, John Adams wrote:

"As to the history of the Revolution, my Ideas may be peculiar, perhaps Singular. What do We mean by the Revolution? The War? That was no part of the Revolution. It was only an Effect and Consequence of it. The Revolution was in the Minds of the People, and this was effected, from 1760 to 1775, in the course of fifteen Years before a drop of blood was drawn at Lexington."

Adams was saying that America was conceived and, as an embryonic nation, grew within the hearts of the peoples of the 13 colonies, two to three decades before the Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia.

In short, our country came to be before our republic came to be, and long before what we today call "our democracy" came to be. A country is different from, and more than, the political system that it adopts.

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Earlier: ANN COULTER: Rich Martha’s Vineyard Liberals Have Shown Us The Way On Illegal Aliens

The massive news coverage of Gov. Ron DeSantis’ “political stunt” of sending 50 illegal aliens to Martha’s Vineyard reminds me of the media’s “political stunt” of referring to illegals as “legal asylum-seekers.”

Number one: They broke into our country. They’re illegal aliens. Number two: All asylum claims are frauds. Every single one.

Asylum is nothing but a conveyer belt to bring the worst people on Earth to our shores. You say you turned your own country into a hellhole? Fantastic! Come right in!

No one gets asylum from a well-run country. Why would we want to admit people who have demonstrated the wisdom, foresight and diligence to produce a functioning society? Rewards await only those who’ve participated in the creation of complete disaster zones. (Just think of what these great thinkers could do for our country!)

Take the Venezuelan illegal aliens whom DeSantis sent to Martha’s Vineyard. Biden’s press secretary and human kewpie doll, Karine Jean-Pierre, repeatedly referred to the briefly loved illegals as “people who are fleeing communism, who are fleeing hardship... desperate people—people who are trying to come here because they’re fleeing communism themselves.”

How did Venezuela become communist again?

As the Martha’s Vineyard Times explained (once the illegals were safely expelled and the island fumigated), Venezuela’s “humanitarian crisis” resulted from that country’s “complicated political and socioeconomic history.”

Actually, it’s not that complicated. Poor people in Venezuela voted for it. Oh boy, did they vote for it.

The ridiculous peasant Hugo Chavez promised Venezuela’s poor that he would take vengeance on

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By Rémi Tremblay on 09/29/2022

Quebec National Conservative Legault Set For Re-Election—Too Bad He’s Only An Opportunistic Immigration Patriot

See also: The “Great Replacement” Comes For The QUEBECOIS DE SOUCHE (And Anglos Too)

Chances are Quebec’s incumbent Premier François Legault, of the Coalition Avenir Quebec, will enjoy an easy win in the provincial (= U.S. state) election on Monday, October 3. He got VDARE.com’s attention back in 2018 when he won an unexpected victory with the help of a Trump-style dramatic immigration patriot feint. But, also like Trump, his performance in office has been disappointing. it has become clear that Legault is basically a civic (albeit French-speaking Quebec) nationalist who keeps the Identity card, the defense of the French language and our collective survival, up his sleeve to play when necessary. As a French-speaking Quebecois, I think this isn’t good enough and I will vote for the explicitly separatist Parti Quebecois, which has recently abandoned its flirtation with leftist Wokeism and is now—too late!—better on immigration than the CAQ [Parti Québécois would reduce immigration to Quebec if elected, by  Frédéric Lacroix-Couture, Montreal Gazette, September 5, 2022] But still, as English Canada’s flagship Toronto Globe and Mail just put it, “Quebec is the one [Canadian] province where immigration is a ballot-box issue in provincial elections”[Parties promise to limit immigration in Quebec election, by  Konrad Yakabuski, September 30, 2022]. So much the worse for English Canada!

Since spring, Legault has been surfing on a popularity wave ranging from 40 to 50 percent, the remainder of the vote being split between four parties [A debate and week later, polls show little change in CAQ appeal, by Daniel J. Rowe, CTV News, September 21, 2022]. Except for some Anglo or multiethnic ridings (= U.S. House District), nowhere in Quebec is unwinnable for Legault and his CAQ.

In effect, both personally and politically, Legault seems to have reincarnated the hegemonic National (Quebec) Conservative, implicitly crypto-separatist, Union National party of Maurice Duplessis, premier of Quebec 1944-1959. This may be a sweet spot: the French-speaking Quebecois are, in fact,  cautious non-Leftists. In this election campaign, all Legault had to do was sit, wait, and avoid any faux pas. That’s what he did.

But again, that won’t help identitarians and nationalists who see their homeland slipping away.

In May, nationalists were enthused by the CAQ’s apparent shift toward an openly nationalist agenda and its emphasis on “pride” (not the kind associated with rainbow flags). “The CAQ wants to promote the idea that they are proud people; proud of themselves, proud to be Quebecers,” CTVNews reported of the party’s convention:

It is the main message the party is choosing

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By Patrick J. Buchanan on 09/29/2022

Asked, "What is an American?" many would answer, "An American is a citizen of the United States."

Yet, at the First Continental Congress in 1774, 15 years before the U.S. became a nation of 13 states, Patrick Henry rose to proclaim that, "British oppression has effaced the boundaries of the several colonies; the distinctions between Virginians, Pennsylvanians, New Yorkers, and New Englanders are no more. I am not a Virginian, but an American."

Henry was saying—more than a dozen years before our constitutional republic was established—that America already existed as a nation, and he was her loyal son.

In an 1815 letter to Thomas Jefferson, long after both men had served as president, John Adams wrote:

"As to the history of the Revolution, my Ideas may be peculiar, perhaps Singular. What do We mean by the Revolution? The War? That was no part of the Revolution. It was only an Effect and Consequence of it. The Revolution was in the Minds of the People, and this was effected, from 1760 to 1775, in the course of fifteen Years before a drop of blood was drawn at Lexington."

Adams was saying that America was conceived and, as an embryonic nation, grew within the hearts of the peoples of the 13 colonies, two to three decades before the Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia.

In short, our country came to be before our republic came to be, and long before what we today call "our democracy" came to be. A country is different from, and more than, the political system that it adopts.

France was France

By Ann Coulter on 09/28/2022

Earlier: ANN COULTER: Rich Martha’s Vineyard Liberals Have Shown Us The Way On Illegal Aliens

The massive news coverage of Gov. Ron DeSantis’ “political stunt” of sending 50 illegal aliens to Martha’s Vineyard reminds me of the media’s “political stunt” of referring to illegals as “legal asylum-seekers.”

Number one: They broke into our country. They’re illegal aliens. Number two: All asylum claims are frauds. Every single one.

Asylum is nothing but a conveyer belt to bring the worst people on Earth to our shores. You say you turned your own country into a hellhole? Fantastic! Come right in!

No one gets asylum from a well-run country. Why would we want to admit people who have demonstrated the wisdom, foresight and diligence to produce a functioning society? Rewards await only those who’ve participated in the creation of complete disaster zones. (Just think of what these great thinkers could do for our country!)

Take the Venezuelan illegal aliens whom DeSantis sent to Martha’s Vineyard. Biden’s press secretary and human kewpie doll, Karine Jean-Pierre, repeatedly referred to the briefly loved illegals as “people who are fleeing communism, who are fleeing hardship... desperate people—people who are trying to come here because they’re fleeing communism themselves.”

How did Venezuela become communist again?

As the Martha’s Vineyard Times explained (once the illegals were safely expelled and the island fumigated), Venezuela’s “humanitarian crisis” resulted from that country’s “complicated political and socioeconomic history.”

Actually, it’s not that complicated. Poor people in Venezuela voted for it. Oh boy, did they vote for it.

The ridiculous peasant Hugo Chavez promised Venezuela’s poor that he would take vengeance on

By Peter Brimelow on 09/27/2022

[Research by Edwin S. Rubenstein]

August’s job report was as usual vigorously spun by the Regime Media and the Biden White House [US hiring slows but remains strong, as economy adds 315,000 jobs, by Max Zahn, ABC News, September 2, 2022]. But data released since then—illegal border crossings, inflation, Federal Reserve interest rate hike—has been a series of hammer blows. Basically, American workers are earning less and facing recession. And, as usual unreported by anyone except VDARE.com, the fact is that those vigorously spun job numbers also contain the news that immigrants are continuing to edge out American workers.

Et tu, Breitbart? Even the generally excellent Breitbart Business Digest echoed the Regime Media’s endless flow of Democrat talking points after the September 2 release of August’s jobs data: “The morning after President Joe Biden delivered his Dark Brandon at the Gates of Hell speech, the Labor Department delivered a jobs report that was pretty close to perfect” [Breitbart Business Digest Dark Brandon vs. the Labor Market, by John Carney, September 2022].

That was because the Payroll Survey suggested a hiring slowdown, supposedly a sign that inflation is cooling. But the parallel Household Survey, regularly ignored by pundits for reason we don’t understand, showed hiring still surging. And more important from VDARE.com’s perspective: the Household Survey showed continued immigrant displacement of American workers

Employers added 315,000 people to their payrolls last month, down sharply from the 526,000 they hired in July. But the Household Employment Survey reported employment rose by 442,000 in August, more than doubling its anemic 179,000 gain in July.

Household Survey figures are invariably above Payroll Survey

By Michelle Malkin on 09/27/2022

Earlier: Unequal Justice: Biden Regime Prosecutor Drops Charges Against Leftist Kritarch Who Helped Illegal Alien Escape ICE

Not all open-borders subversives hide behind black bandanas and hurl Molotov cocktails. Sometimes, they wear three-piece suits or silk dresses. Most insidiously, the saboteurs of American justice wear black robes, wield gavels and enlist other officers of the court to help them perpetrate crimes instead of punish them.

Nothing shocks me anymore after 30 years of covering immigration anarchy, but my disgust with American apathy toward the erosion of this once-sovereign nation deepens every day. Take the case of United States v. Shelley M. Richmond Joseph and Wesley MacGregor. She’s the Massachusetts state court judge and he’s the former court deputy who collaborated to hide and free an illegal alien criminal being sought by a federal U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agent in Joseph’s Newton, Massachusetts, courthouse in 2018.

A year later, federal prosecutors charged these two government human traffickers with obstruction of justice after they conspired to let Dominican national Oscar Manuel Peguero aka Jose Medina-Perez—a fugitive who had been wanted on narcotics possession and drunk driving, had been deported twice before and had been barred from reentering under federal law—out a back door when ICE issued a detainer and warrant of removal.

Judge Joseph’s lawyers admitted the truth of prosecutors’ allegations on how she ”purposefully” helped Peguero/Medina-Perez ”evade” the ICE agent by ”concocting a ruse.” While informing the federal agent that the illegal alien would be sent to the courthouse lobby, she cooked up an excuse for him to head ”downstairs to lockup” and ”then exit the courthouse through a rear sally-port exit.” Joseph directed

By Pedro de Alvarado on 09/26/2022

Earlier: Stand And Deliver: In 2020, President Trump Proposed Missile Strikes On Mexican Drug Cartels

Everyone and his dog talks about Russia’s invasion of Ukraine or China’s coming invasion of Taiwan. But for America First patriots, the No. 1 security question is at our southwest border with Mexico, and not just with the Great Replacement Invasion of illegal aliens. What’s occurring inside Mexico should be of greater concern than developments in Eastern Europe and the Far East. For nearly two decades, the Mexican government has been losing a brutal drug war against drug cartels, which are not only smuggling tons of deadly narcotics and other drugs across the border, but also establishing cartel branches in American cities. There’s a real question whether the Mexican government is even trying [Abrazos no Balazos? The Mexican State-Cartel Nexus, Texas Public Policy Foundation, September 2022 ]. Why is this not a political issue in the U.S.?

A little history:

Toward the end of 2006, Mexico’s President Felipe Calderón launched a war against the cartels that had been terrorizing the country for some time. He deployed 6,500 army troops to his home state of Michoacán to kick off a massive campaign to neutralize them [Mexican troops begin broad drug sweep, Associated Press, December 12, 2006].

But despite that effort, and those of subsequent presidents Enrique Peña Nieto and Andrés Manuel López Obrador, the cartels are still a strong presence in Mexico.

The Sinaloa and Jalisco Nueva Generación cartels are the titans of drug trafficking. They’ve been fighting for at least a decade to claim the spot as the top dog of organized crime in Mexico. The latter has gained prominence in recent years for its jaw-dropping ability to dish out violence against its rivals [Mexico’s deadliest cartel is dropping bombs from a drone onto rival camps in new turf war, by Imogen Braddick, New York Post, January 12, 2022].

But whichever cartel is in control, one constant has been the Mexican government’s inability to bring these murderous criminals to heel. Then again, several cartels, such as the Gulf Cartel, are made up of former members of the Mexican military and law enforcement, which makes neutralizing the already powerful syndicates even more difficult [Mexico Kills Zetas Founder As Cartel’s Decline Continues, by Michael Lohmuller, Insight Crime, May, 12, 2014].

One of the most embarrassing examples of the Mexican government’s ineptitude: its

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