London: The Answer Is STILL An Immigration Moratorium—And Muslim Expulsion
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After London, I'm reposting what I wrote after Manchester two weeks ago, which in turn reposted what I wrote after San Bernardino two years ago, which in turn reposted what I wrote after Virginia Tech ten years ago. Nothing has changed and the answer is still the same: an immigration moratorium and Muslim expulsion. See you here again after the next Muslim Massacre, which on current form will be later this summer.

Five years after 9/11, I announced that was going to stop memorializing its anniversary:

It's a game. America's elites didn't really care. They just just got on with their agenda(s).

After Monday's Manchester Massacre—which happened within 10 miles of where I grew up and where my ancestors lived humbly and homogeneously for as long as records exist, back into the seventeenth century—I am on the verge of making a similar announcement. The answer to this continuing Muslim mayhem is obvious (see below). And it's equally obvious the West's Political Class has absolutely no intention of changing course. So I might as well keep reposting what I wrote after the 2015 San Bernardino massacre:

San Bernardino: The Answer Is An Immigration Moratorium—And Muslim Expulsion

ByPeter Brimelow

There is one indisputable fact about Wednesday’s shootings in San Bernardino: if the family of Syed Rizwan Farook had not been allowed to immigrate 30 years ago and if he had not been allowed to import his fiancée Tafsheen Malik from Pakistan in 2014 as part of the ongoing “family reunification” scam, they would not have been able to murder 14 innocent Americans in 2015.

There are, of course, plenty of native-born American criminals. But, ignored by the Mainstream Media, mass murders by immigrants have quietly but unmistakably become a real Trend. A quick count shows 60 cases in the last 30 years, for a total of 472 deaths, 183 wounded. (For example, see here and here). Maybe it's because some of these immigrant killers come from chronically violent parts of the Third World. Maybe, as our Brenda Walker has suggested, it’s because of the very real but rarely-discussed psychological stress of transcultural migration. We don't know. And nobody in the American elite is asking.

Indeed, to a remarkable extent, the Main Stream Media has succeeded in evading completely any connection between the San Bernardino massacre and the inflammatory word “immigrant”—in favor of its (and Obama’s) pet cause of gun control. As of the evening of December 3, a Google News search on “San Bernardino” + “immigrant” produced just 92,200 results, many of them unrelated. But a Google News search on “San Bernardino” plus “gun control” produced an amazing 3,600,000 results. And a Google News search on “San Bernardino” plus “immigration control” produced no mentions at all within the past 24 hours.

Americans know from bitter experience that, now that the immigrant non-whiteness of the San Bernardino mass murderers has been established, the whole episode will go straight down the Orwellian Memory Hole. If it is left to the American elite, nothing will change.

Thus my first three paragraphs above are, in fact, adapted (e.g. the Google news searches are new) from the first three paragraphs in Virginia Tech Massacre: Gun Control—Or Immigration Control? which I posted on on April 18 2007, after Korean immigrant Seung-Hui Cho killed 32 people. On present form, I will be still recycling them in 2023. [More]

The only real question: where is Donald Trump? Sure, right now he seems inexplicably dormant. But with his elite enemies locked into extreme denialism, his road to rebound could not be easier to take.

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