From: Herbert Chen, M.D. (e-mail him)
Re: Peter Brimelow's Blog: No Obama National Day Of Prayer…Because There's No Nation?
In addition, the country has taken away power from the haves who produce the wealth and given it to the minorities (many of them immigrants) who have no vested interest in America other than as a market place and Mid-Eastern Bazaar.
There is no doubt in most Americans' minds that in the US that the wealth is generated by the white majority. But the power to tax the producers is wholly owned by the consumers of our wealth, i.e. the underclass.
No good can come from this imbalance of power.
I would point out this happened before when Juan and Evita Peron assumed power in Argentina in the 1950s using the elective power of the huge number of new immigrants that had been lured to Argentina in the 1930's and 40's.
Chen, who practices in a state carried by Obama, wrote a previous letter urging the federal government not to invite the entire world to America. Read it here.
From: D.J. Staub (e-mail him)
Re: Patrick Cleburne's Blog: That CRASH! Was Obama Dropping Enforcement
I am with Cleburne on this issue.
While I very much appreciate the excellent work that Joe Guzzardi has done in fighting mass immigration and the destruction of America, my worry is that his rosy prognosis that amnesty will not happen under Barack Obama's administration could weaken the fight against illegal and legal immigration.
My sense is that the U.S. is getting very close to the point where you will be overwhelmed by people from the Third World and unable to fight your dispossession and ultimate destruction.
If you continue on your present pathway to national suicide, you will find yourself in a position similar to that now experienced by South African whites and will suffer a similar outcome.
I have three children and not a day goes by that I do not think of the dark and cruel world that we are preparing for our children and grandchildren.
Patrick Cleburne replies: Regarding Staub's comment on Guzzardi, remember that VDARE.COM is a coalition. Some temperaments need hope to fight on. Some gloomy Nordic types and the Japanese take pleasure in doomed but suitably glorious combat. We need everyone!
From: Roger Chaillet (e-mail him)
Cleburne does not understand that there are zero differences between the current administration and the former ones.
For example, they all share a devotion to open borders, permanent war and ardently support NAFTA and free trade, massive expansions of the surveillance state, the welfare state and the warfare states.
If Cleburne needs more proof, he should ask himself why Michael Chertoff was the only US attorney to have not been replaced by the Clinton administration?
Chaillet is the winner of the 2003 VDARE.COM War Against Christmas competition. His recent letter about how the Bush family is creating a booming real estate market in Dallas is here. Previous letters are archived here.
From: Mark Doane (e-mail him)
Re: Today's Letter: A Tennessee Reader Says Don't Annex Mexico—Expel California!
Letter writer Kit Brewer suggested that we give Mexico what it wants and let them have California.
Brewer seems oblivious to the fact that hundreds of millions of Central and Latin Americans would love to come to America if they could. Many have already tried.
If we gave California away, its new Mexican residents will bleed the state dry and they will soon head for Arizona, Texas, Utah and the entire Southwest. If we follow Brewer's logic, once those states are overrun, we should give them up too.
Essentially Brewer suggests that we give America to Mexico one piece at a time, without resistance, the whole time paying for our dispossession.
The real question is whether Anglo-Protestant civilization will survive in North America, or whether we will be absorbed by the failures south of us.
To save ourselves we have to cut off welfare instead of conceding territory.
Doane, who lives near Chandler, works evenings in a grocery store. He writes that he "worries every night if an illegal alien will one day take his job." His previous letter explaining how a city becomes a sanctuary is here.