How Conservatives Betrayed America


The following is an excerpt from Vox Day’s new book, Cuckservative: How “Conservatives” Betrayed America.

For most of the 50 years since the Immigration and Nationality Act of 1965, it has been an article of faith for Democrats and Republicans alike that more immigration, and more diversity, was good for this “Nation of Immigrants”. But in 2015, a well-funded American presidential candidate called this 50-year narrative into question for the first time by vowing to deport all 12 million illegal immigrants within two years, shut down the annual $53 billion flow of remittances to Mexico and other Latin American countries, and use the money to fund an impenetrable wall across the length of the southern border. As a result, Donald Trump shot to the top of the polls and shocked the world by becoming the leading candidate for the Republican presidential nomination.

Nor was Trump the only outsider to use immigration as a way to surmount the many challenges posed to those who take on the American political establishment. In the Democratic Party, former First Lady and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton was widely assumed to be the rightful successor to Barack Obama, but U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders, the socialist from Vermont, correctly called into question the false assumption that immigration creates new jobs for native workers and rode that pro-labor position into early leads in the Iowa and New Hampshire polls.

These developments indicate a massive shift in public opinion over the course of the last decade. David Brooks of the New York Times observed that there hadn’t been much difference between how Democrats and Republicans viewed overall immigration levels during the Bush 43 administration, before lamenting that 84 percent of Republicans and 44 percent of Democrats now believe they are excessive.

What is now taking place in Europe is a microcosm of what is happening, on a larger scope and timescale, in the United States of America. Although the European population of 508 million is larger than the U.S. population of 320 million, the 28 member nations of the E.U. fit into about half the land taken up by the 50 united States. Moreover, unlike the heterogeneous American “nation of immigrants”, the European nations are homogeneous and distinct, with long histories, traditions, and collective memories that stretch back for centuries. That is why a much smaller number of immigrants arriving in a much shorter period of time has triggered the powerful nationalistic response that is already overturning governments and will ultimately shatter the European Union.

That is why it is important to realize that the same divisive process is well underway in the United States, albeit at a larger order of magnitude. And one of the tragic ironies of American politics is that it is the very group of people who most proudly proclaim their loyalty to the U.S. Constitution and to the traditional values of America’s founding fathers, conservatives, who have helped lead the way to America’s decline and eventual collapse. They have done so by forgetting the central purpose of the very document they revere.

The Preamble to the Constitution of the United States of America contains an extremely important phrase that is almost always ignored by those who appeal to it, or to the men who wrote it, in defense of immigration. It states:

We the people of the United States, in order to form a more perfect union, establish justice, insure domestic tranquility, provide for the common defense, promote the general welfare, and secure the blessings of liberty to ourselves and our posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America.

The key phrase is this: “to ourselves and our posterity.” The blessings of liberty are not to be secured to all the nations of the world, to the tired and huddled masses, or to the wretched refuse of the teeming shores of other lands. They are to be secured to our children, and their children, and their children’s children.

To sacrifice their interests to the interests of children in other lands is to betray both past and future America. It is to permit an alien posterity, like the newly hatched cuckoo in another bird’s nest, to eliminate our own, and in doing so, defeat the purpose of the Constitution. It is, like the cuckolded husband, to raise the children of another man instead of one’s own sons and daughters.

It is, in a word, cuckservative.

Note from Vox Day: Cuckservative was published this week by John Red Eagle and myself. Presently it is the #1 bestseller in Politics on Amazon. If you are a Man of the West, I would encourage you to read it, as it will explain to you how the nations of the West have been betrayed, and how many of the arguments that have been used to justify immigration for decades, from economics to theology, are absolutely and utterly false. Cuckservative: How “Conservatives” Betrayed America is 190 pages, DRM-free, and sells for $4.99 on Amazon.

134 thoughts on “How Conservatives Betrayed America”

    1. Lies. Compare the annual rate of commission of crimes by immigrants to the US with that of native US non-Hispanic Whites and you’ll find that while East Asian immigrants still commit fewer crimes than native Whites, pretty much all the other groups commit more, and in the case of African immigrants, several hundred percent more. And the Asians aren’t compatible with our national character either, with a massive consensus among opposing our constitutional right to bear arms, which should bar them from gaining citizenship.

  1. I feel like I’m in 1920’s Germany. Hmmmm, either vote for the commies or the nazis. What a dilemma…

    1. You are in post 1933 Germany. The Reichstag Fire has already taken place (Twin Towers “terrorist” attack). The Enabling Acts have already taken place (“Patriot” Act). In fact, Poland (Iraq and Afghanistan) has already been invaded. Next stop, hellfire and national captivity.
      You gotta know where you’re at, man. Know where you’re at.

      1. So that means 911 was staged by the Bush administration and blamed on Bin Laden as an alleged terrorist?
        That means the Patriot Act granted Bush absolute totalitarian power?
        I guess that’s why he’s not been in office for 7 years.

        1. You’re still thinking that presidents are anything more than tools and puppets. The people that really run this country (who don’t run for office because they don’t have to) have got you mentally right where they want you still.

    1. That and their foreign policy is based on a dubious Biblical interpretation of the Book of Revelations (Dispensationalism).

  2. The quote from the Constitution doesn’t hold water if it is supposed to represent an exclusionary statement that other people than Americans don’t have rights.
    The Declaration of Independence states “all men are endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable rights…”
    Further, there is a difference between admitting barbarians from the Middle East and civilized men from, say, the United Kingdom or South Korea. This “intra-western” immigration is good, as opposed to shipping in thousands of people who act and think like it’s the year 900.

    1. One of the most damaging and dangerous legal movements was the idea, which has only existed in the past decade or so, that laws are not universal, and that legal theory can be applied on a piecemeal basis. The idea put forward (by conservatives, by the way) that the constitution is not a list of rules and restrictions on the operation of government, the way the founding fathers wrote it, but is instead a list of privileges and benefits that “American citizens” individually benefit from.
      In other words, the natural state of order is that we are all slaves, and then the government comes along and bestows special rights and privileges to each of us. Some of us have a few more than others, which is why it’s perfectly ok for Congressmen to participate in insider trading (legally this is A-OK) and rich billionaires to receive bailouts for any risky business ventures they made, all guaranteed by the American taxpayer.
      The converse view to this, the one put forth by the founders, is that we all enter the world with a few basic rules that apply to us all (we must pay taxes, must obey the laws, refrain from harming or defrauding others) and that these rules apply universally and equally to everyone, by a limited government that is empowered to interfere in our individual liberty only to the extent required to preserve these few items needed for public safety and the efficient operation of business.
      This revisionism has been almost universally adopted as true, and I will even hear liberals say things such as “oh but since that person is not a citizen they don’t have the right to free speech.”
      Let’s be crystal clear, the bill of rights are nothing more than limits on government power. That’s why they are worded “Congress shall make no law infringing” instead of “People in the geographic area of Massachussets are free to speak their mind in public”. A tourist from London has every much “right” to speak their mind in the public square as the guy born in Boston. Why? Because government is forbidden from regulating free speech. It has nothing to do with what rights the speaker may or may not have. It is simply a matter of the government being unable to restrict speech. Of anyone. For any reason. (note: yada yada yelling fire in crowded theater exception)
      Of course, the reason the revisionism is popular is because it allows governments to easily circumvent rules through loopholes. Can’t torture in the USA? That’s ok, it’s fine to do once international borders are crossed because the constitution suddenly stops limiting government power (note that this would make it completely legal for the government to take any citizen out of its territory, and then do whatever it wanted, including kill you. And since government territory is an imaginary thing, it could create ‘international zones’ in every state where you could be taken and held indefinately, tortured, or killed. )
      Can’t wiretap a phone? That’s ok, we just “duplicated the digital stream” and took a copy of all data passing through the pipes without ever “tapping” anyone’s line. Can’t bypass the corrupt judicial system and bother with a show trial, even though the feds with 95%+ of their cases? That’s fine, just revoke a person’s citizenship and the governmental restrictions no longer apply. Can’t spy on private Americans? Just get another nation to do it from outside your borders and you do the same for them, and trade notes (Note: US gov’t ignores this and spies anyway)

      1. Yup.
        And claim the federal government has say in marriage practices by ignoring the 10th.
        That illegal immigrants are entitled to welfare (and other entitlements) and not only allowed but encouraged and taken to vote.
        Erroneously apply amendments to situations they were not written to address should it ever make it to the SCOTUS or hell, just let them rewrite the law.
        Create bureaucracies like the DOE, EPA, and NSA to bypass individual freedoms daily without per-instance oversight and costing citizens legal fees to fight illegally placed and unconstitutional regulations. (Usually to only find the corrupt court system backs it all to the hilt).
        Fun times…hey, remember how at one time all these were worst-case theoretical scenarios?

      2. Of particular importance is that the Declaration declared that we are endowed by our Creator with certain inalienable rights, not “endowed by the government” or endowed by the Constitution 20 years later.
        The Constitution is intended as a foundation for a government that respects those inalienable rights. It doesn’t itself claim to be a bestower of them (the 9th Amendment).
        The article is wrong to attribute national borders to those inalienable rights.

        1. “The article is wrong to attribute national borders to those inalienable rights.”
          If you can’t control the borders, it’s not a nation: let’s just declare the NAU and be done with it.
          The immigrants of yesterday came from mostly Europe (with a common law tradition, or with a idea of how bad totalitarianism is), and wanted to / forced to forsake their former identities to become ‘American’.
          The immigrants of today (including the illegals) come from a civil law / Marxist tradition, expect the USA to acclimate to THEIR traditions, or simply are the Free Crap Army. They are not the same quality of past immigrants.

        2. You are reading the phrase wrong. The phrase is not intended to say that national borders are irrelevant, but to say the rights spoken of in the Declaration of Independence (Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness) were endowed by our Creator, and not by our Government.
          Further, the Declaration held these truths to be “self-evident” meaning that they transcend the need for codified law to be respected.
          In the United States, the Constitution is ostensibly supposed to support those self-evident, inalienable rights. Merely because people in another country don’t have a legal document to support those self-evident, inalienable rights does not mean that they do not inherently possess them; it means that their government simply does not respect them. And it is not necessarily the job of the U.S. to make that government respect those rights.

        3. The DoI is not and never has been law.
          While rights are not granted by governments, neither are they granted by anyone. They are won by politics and arms.
          If invaders attempt to take advantage of the prosperity and power of the US, to vote in our elections, to advocate reduction of our freedoms of speech, religion and arms, then they are our enemies we have the right and obligation to exclude them and to kill them if they persist, and the Constitution clearly states that adherence or support by US citizens for enemies of the US is treason and may be punished by death. Enemies of the only legitimate people of the United States, those for whom the Constitution was expressly instituted — the descendants of the voting population at the time that the Constitution was ratified — are enemies not only of the United States but of the nation for which it stands. These enemies include all those who have diluted the voting power of the Founders’ posterity as well as all those who have instituted laws which have taken rights and privileges from the posterity of group that won them.
          All men are not created equal, still less women etc. – some people and peoples are better than others, it is the root of injustice to treat them as if they were equal, and it is treason to claim that we who are the posterity of the Founding Fathers are not the exclusive nation from which the sovereign powers of the United States derive.

    2. Well many people who migrated during the Ellis Island phenomenon were from then-barbarous i.e. third world areas

    3. “The quote from the Constitution doesn’t hold water if it is supposed to
      represent an exclusionary statement that other people than Americans
      don’t have rights.”
      “We the people of the United States” = Citizens = people who have an allegiance to and a vested interest in the prosperity of the United States as a country, and a political voice (defined by voting).
      Not the Free Crap Army, not resident foreigners. Citizens.
      While resident foreigners may enjoy the same RIGHTS as citizens in the US, they should not have a political say in governance until they become full citizens.
      “The Declaration of Independence states ‘all men are endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable rights…’ ”
      It is correct to say that true freedom is found only in Christ; given,however, that a majority of Congress and Americans say they believe in God, and the current direction of the country pointed in the opposite direction tells me all I need to know about their actual convictions.
      The ‘Christian Right or Left’ are not any better because they are always on the lookout for ‘God’s candidate’ (which in reality is the God of the Warm Fuzzies), which makes them no different from the typical US voter.

      1. It should be clarified that all the Declaration is doing is making a statement. That mankind has certain right and that the American people where disengaging themselves from the British because they did not honor those rights.
        The Declaration never stated any obligation the American people had in regards those same rights for peoples in other countries, or that it had to let people into our nation because their own country did not respect their rights, nor did the Declaration ever establish any obligation on the American people on individuals who where in this country contrary to the laws of this land.
        The fact that America has turned a blind eye to illegal immigration for so long, or even offered asylum to others from tyrannical nation, is because America, the nation of people, was being magnanimous. But magnanimity has it’s limits.

  3. They’ve been bought out by the Koch Brothers. If you really read up on the Koch’s you’ll notice that they’re both socially liberal.
    Look at the last two Presidential candidates the Koch’s backed – McCain and Romney. They lost because they’re both RINOs and GOP voters sensed it.
    Oddly enough, redpill superhero Donald Trump also backed both of them. Because Trump = Koch Brothers = George Soros. They are liberals in disguise infiltrating the American Right and sabotaging it from the inside, using their money to do so, of course. Like all limousine liberals, they’re cowards who use money to do anything.

      1. They’re playing up the act, so that the Koch’s can keep investing the next loser for the Dems to easily beat. It’s like a champion boxer feuding with an easy to beat scrub – it enables an easy fight.
        Plus the dramatic exposure… Libs love drama.

        1. Kinda like what Jesse Ventura said about all that shit being an act and then when the cameras are off they go to dinner together and bullshit about it

    1. Trump is doing a crappy job helping out the Left, he’s literally moved the Overton Window against their narrative so much they are going insane in real time.

      1. “Dey took our jerbs” is what the ‘redneck’ characters in South Park said when they got mad about immigration.

  4. Over the past century there have been only 3 conservative Presidents – Harding, Coolidge, and Reagan. The rest of the Republicans and most Republican members of Congress have been big-government moderates at best.

      1. Not really – a moderate like Nixon without the ethics baggage. Certainly made little attempt to shrink government or lower taxes.

        1. He spent most of his time on the golf course…and god bless him for it. That who governs least governs best.

        2. Most people didn’t pay the 90% rate, the laws were full of loopholes that were eliminated in the 1980s when taxes were lowered. In the post-war years, the country had become accustomed to big government. Ike was a moderate, but even if he had he inclination, there was only so much he could have done.

    1. Reagan signed an amnesty for illegal immigrants.
      When he was governor of California, he legalized no-fault divorce and abortion.

      1. But was told the Culkressives would build a wall and limit illegal immigrants from receiving welfare.

      2. True. The man wasn’t a conservative. He was a modern liberal, though not a radical. That said, In his defense on the divorce issue, by ’69 civil marriage was hanging by a thread. It had been originally undermined in the 19th century, and thereafter the rot set in. It’s was only a matter of time after that. By the Sixties, it had reached it’s final destination. Reagan helped to give it the coup de grace.

    2. Harding was a party hack. Like most Presidents since the rise of Jacksonian democracy. Coolidge was a welcome change. A true gentleman, and a true conservative. But he was the exception. Reagan was a liberal who’s party left him behind on the road to our progressive future.

  5. One of the problems with America is that we have no true right-wing party: we have progressives, progressive-lite (GOPe), and moderate (conservatives). Anything to the right of the ‘moderates’ is immediately labeled under ‘Nazi anti-Semitic fascist Know-Nothing racist misogynist’.
    If Reagan was alive today (disclaimer: I have fuzzy memories of Reagan), I have a feeling we couldn’t answer what exactly has been ‘conserved’ in this country, and his reaction would short and profane.

    1. Exactly. That’s a very important last point you made. Conservatives of today would be aghast at what a conservative believed in only 50 years ago. Set aside the racial policy, and just look at family/sexuality policy positions from 50 or 100 years ago. Present policy is completed at odds with our past. But folks still think they’re conserving something. Mind boggling.

  6. Converted a sale here. I bet this covers a lot of the same ground as Ann Coulter’s most recent book (which was great and highly recommended), but I liked Vox’s Return of the Great Depression, so I’ll give it a shot.

  7. As far as I’m concerned if you call yourself a politician in any sense of the word you deserve to be taken out and back and put down like the traitor you are. The left is actively trying to fuck america while the right is standing by and letting it happen and occasionally joining in. Gun control is a prime example of this. Every single one of the cock suckers who are for gun control do so because they don’t want the public to have the means to revol….. sorry, i mean they “care about american lives”. Really? yeah, no they care about us which is why they drove us tens of trillions of dollars in debt, illegally spy on us, actively seek the destruction of the bill of rights, import scum from third world countries to replace the nuclear family that THEY destroyed with their women’s lib bullshit, let the education system fall to shit, promote diversity to the point of violating common sense, fleece the working public that makes this country run (for the moment) to provide for parasites with socialist welfare programs and high taxes, and generally turned a once great nation into a heaping pile of shit all to make a few bucks. But no, when it comes to stuff like gun control THEN they start giving a shit and “caring about us”.

    1. I’d say the biggest cause of most of this country’s problems is the long-entrenched political class that literally rules for life. You have people in Congress and on the courts who have been in power for decades. They don’t have to care about how the laws would impact them as private citizens, because they are shielded from those laws.
      The best thing that could happen to the Constitution, and it could be done by a convention of states, is the imposition of term limits for Congress and the courts.

      1. Doesn’t matter, the ruling elite owns the political sock puppets and everyone who doesn’t enter elected office already corrupt will almost inevitably be completely corrupted in no time. The system itself is truly rotten and the trained monkeys who occupy slots in the political hierarchy are effectively interchangeable in virtually every way; everything else is simply theater and entertainment for the masses.

        1. There’s always going to be money involved in politics no matter what rules are in place. The prospect of having to actually live under the laws they pass, or the rulings they issue, in spite of money, could serve as a powerful incentive to legislate wisely.
          And yes I include the courts as a legislative body, because effectively that’s what they’ve become.
          A good read on this would be the story the late former Senator George McGovern penned about trying to run a restaurant, and being hobbled and ultimately driven out of business by the laws he helped put into force.

      2. “I’d say the biggest cause of most of this country’s problems is”… Drum roll please…
        ….America is still a British Colony.

        1. No, he’s not. The idea that the USA is still a British colony is pseudo-legal gibberish peddled by “sovereign citizens” and other ignoramuses.

        2. Ad hominem attack. A sure sign of someone operating on emotion and not on research. More often a feminine foible, but men of course can succumb to it too, especially in this day and culture.
          At any rate, if you want FACTS instead of emotion, you can check out AMERICA IS STILL A BRITISH COLONY and A COUNTRY DEFEATED IN VICTORY by James Montgomery, which is online, or the works of The Informer, some of which is online. Or you can continue with your knee-jerk ad hominem feminine tendencies.

        3. Peddle your bullshit somewhere else, son. Just the simple fact that the United States is a member of the United Nations, a privilege only afforded to independent and sovereign nations, is proof enough that you are full of it. In addition, I know whereof I speak. I’ve been an attorney for over 17 years. When I took the oath, it was to the Constitutions of the United States and the state where I live. No mention was made of the United Kingdom or any of its institutions. You’re a perfect example of the saying that while everyone is entitled to his opinion, not all opinions are equally valid. You’re simply an uneducated troll peddling conspiracy theory nonsense. Begone.

      3. Yes an article 5 convention of the states is the only thing that will save the country as Washington is incapable of reforming itself

      4. “The best thing that could happen to the Constitution, and it could be
        done by a convention of states, is the imposition of term limits for
        Congress and the courts.”
        Eer so Congressmen would agree to limit their terms? Seriously?

        1. They wouldn’t.
          Hence the need for a convention of states to propose such an amendment as per Article 5.
          The states could then ratify said amendment and it would be legally binding.

        2. I don’t see that happenning. Aren’t state governors connected to Washington politicians?
          The only area where article 5 would be successfully applied would be a ban on Muslim migrants.

    2. The issue is why did Europeans had to “flee” Europe and come to America? Why were they afraid of “community” so much to leave a prosperous Europe?
      Why not stay and fight if there are social or economic issues?
      Many Americans say that the American White Man/Woman is better than their European family because they emigrated? Perhaps they were cowards who should have stayed and fought. Its offensive to even think that the Colonists would take up arms against their White brothers.
      Fight for the right of negroes to be free from the elite rich? Import millions of non-Whites and praise “melting pot”? A melting pot for Whites ONLY.
      The main issue why the USA is going to sh*t is because of individualism and the libertarian mind-set which only worked because the USA was White. This time around it will not be to our advantage since minorities are 100% TRIBAL and non-individualistic.
      Its all about race and genetics. It was race that made Europe the prosperous continent it was and is. The “founders” tried to recreate but inject “diversity” (with slavery for cheap labor). Results are coming to fruition with mongrels, minorities and idiot Whites that cannot sustain a WHITE civilization.
      Again, the biggest obstacle is “individualism” and “freedom”. Those two concepts have destroyed any “community” sense, because community is needed to resist an invasion.
      Keep running White man.

    3. Like a politician, Trump says what people want to hear. Were he to become president, he won’t do shit.

      1. I don’t think people wanted to hear that all muslims should be banned from entering the country lol, and i actually don’t know about that, I can see him making some pretty drastic changes if he gets in.

        1. If he was dumb enough to believe the public wanted to hear something like that he wouldn’t be in the position he’s in right now. He’s probably realizing that all his popularity comes from saying off the wall shit so to stay relevant he’s got to keep it going.

        2. I don’t know, people seem to be enjoying what he’s saying. Are you sure you’re not contradicting yourself here?

        3. You can still gain popularity by saying stuff regardless of whether or not people like or agree with it you know.

  8. Reminds me of what the late George Carlin once said:
    “This country was bought and sold a long time ago.”

  9. But we need to import tens of millions of low IQ foreigners so they can out breed us and take over our country because without them our country would not be Vibrant!

        1. LOL. I guess you can be whatever you want as long as you “identify” as such right? Bruce Jenner “identified” as a woman so he must be right? You’re just one of those sorry wannabe white Mexicans ashamed of your nationality. You really let the gringo make you feel ashamed of what you really are. You’re weak. We don’t need you.

        2. It’s not my fault other Mexicans still refer to me as “El Guero” or “El Menonita” or that they attempt to talk to me in English even though Spanish is my mother tongue. And it’s not my fault a substantial part of my family is blonde with green eyes even though I only got the clear skin. And judging by how many caramel skinned girls I’ve dated, they have no problem with it. And yet, even though I’m not a Mexican citizen (you’re so wrong on that one), I did grow up, first in Mexico, then a few minutes from it. I still have friends and family down there. In fact, I am planning to retire in Mexico one day, which is something ROKers are planning on doing, moving out of the U.S.. So yeah, I do rip on nonsense like narcocorridos and the obsession with the Virgin of Guadalupe, but in all I do have pride in my heritage. Also, country music and NASCAR suck. But what about you? Are you one of those Brown Pride acolytes?

        3. It’s not bad as long as it’s not forced. As in anything from learning how to speak German to learning Korean cuisine to dating Brazilian women.

        4. I see, thats the problem that it is forced. When I travel to the US I see how the three major groups: Whites, Blacks and Latinos keep it to themselves. You get some mingling here and there, but by the most part each group resents the other two. My opinion as a foreigner.

        5. That’s true, but when you travel to say, Latin America, you actually see more mingling of races. True, there’s still discrimination, but at least even when that happens, at least there’s more honesty. Like for instance, gays are still put on TV as effeminate, every now and then, there’s someone with blackface, natives are still savage Indians, and blondes are still dumb. Also, there’s less political correctness, as shown by Molotov, a Mexican rock band and one of my personal favorites. They have a song called Matate Tete, where they basically taunt someone to kill themselves, which in the U.S. would have both liberals and conservatives up in arms.
          BTW, if you don’t mind asking, where are you from?

        6. I’ve been to Mexico a few times, not on resorts. Definitely, almost zero PC crap. It was a relief to be away from the Western Liberalism. As a white man, you do stand out in the crowd though, many think you’re an American (insult to me since Im no American). Im very familiar with Molotov, been listening to them since 1998.

        7. No. I’m light skinned, mediterranean looking myself. But statements like yours make you look like you’re ashamed of being of the Mexican culture. I’m not with all that anti- Colombus , Native pride bullshit either. Maybe I jumped the gun. My apologies.

        1. Well, no wonder that is all you see. Get a grip on your situation. Dude, that’s a victim mentality which is what is wrong with nearly every male these days. It gets tiring listening to people in male bodies talk about how they can’t do anything about what is going on around them. Sad indeed.

        2. Au contraire, rather than being the victim, I see myself as someone who will not succumb to such idiocy. The only reason I live where I live is, work. Fortunately, I don’t plan to live here forever. Those aforementioned people, we will just leave them behind.

        3. Kudos on your ideas of not forcing culture. A guy like you gives me some hope. I’m lucky that my ancestors came here in the early 1900’s and avoided some of the BS.

        4. If only the dumbasses that I live with flying either the Dixie and Mexican flags on their pickups while they endanger everyone else on the road understood that. As you can see, if there’s one thing that does not see ethnicity or skin color, it’s idiocy. If anything, if I become a victim, it will be of a fiery car crash where I might die engulfed in flames.

        5. Hey, it’s no different than the tools flying Harley Davidson shit and they don’t own a sickle. Posers and fakers abound. Be well.

  10. It’s funny how “immigration” is equated with illegal entry. For some reason, legal immigrants are frowned upon. We are “stealing jobs” and so on. But illegals – deserve their place here.

    1. Only one political entity in the US is equating people opposed to illegal entry as the same as against “legal” immigration.
      Why is being against illegal immigration but completely for legal immigration being painted as one and the same?
      Why is being against illegal immigration considered racist?
      Why is the argument framed in those terms and who is doing so?
      For example: all Hispanics do not come here illegally, do not make up the entirety of people who do come here illegally, but one entity is determined to sell it as if both are true to paint any opposition to illegal immigration as racist against Hispanics. Why?
      And why fall for it? It is just the same tired and typical politically correct word-games, but it continues to be effective. Tell a lie long enough and even the originator may begin to believe it.

    2. Legal or illegal doesn’t matter. What matters are demographics. The fact of the matter is, most of the US is now either Muslim or Mexican. Both have shown no interest in integrating and are both spreading their own cultures (Islam and La Raza). They all need to go back or the host culture dies. Everything else (jobs and so on) is just rhetoric to support that.

      1. Really? Most of the U.S. is either Muslim or Mexican?? Really?? Show me the stats, doc. Although there are lots of us here in California, even here Mexicans are not the majority. Whites still take that cake. The Muslim statement was absolutely ridiculous, and I mean that in the truest sense of the word. How many fucking ragheads do you really know? Abu down at the liquor store? Don’t try to pass off a bullshit opinion as fact. Despite what anyone may say, the US is still white by majority. I don’t buy any of that shit that whites are to be beaten as a population in this country. No racism from me, these are facts.

        1. If these are facts, then you’ll have no problem finding stats to back them up. Show me you’re not just a hysteric woman troll and I’ll reply with stats of my own.

        2. What an imbecile. Some “red pillers” are just as brainwashed as your average American leftist.

        3. What’s the matter, Cristian? All talk, no brains? Grow a pair and back up your statements or admit you’re a troll.

        4. I don’t have time to sit here and argue. Anyone with any common knowledge knows Islam is not even a factor as far as religion in the US. The United States is a Protestant nation by majority…easily. Catholicism and other Christian denominations follow up as the major faiths. Don’t pass your beliefs off as if they’re fact. By the way, fuck Islam. I don’t defend it, but I do defend reality and facts.

  11. It is pretty simple. Native-born European and American women (i.e., “white women in these countries) will no longer reproduce at replacement rate. They abort their babies, use contraception like it was candy and embrace their pathetic careers. Meanwhile, the ruling elites who control the large corporations in Europe and the U.S. and their puppets who hold the reigns of government benefit in every way possible by banging out their never-ending drumbeat requesting more and more immigration to their once sovereign lands: lower labor costs (more profits), barren-uterus native women spending more money from their make-work careers on useless consumer goods, the native men increasingly marginalized/cuckholded, while the aforementioned mega-rich elites are largely sheltered from the culture-destroying fallout in their gated compounds (which they could care less about anyway: look at their rhetoric and particularly their actions).

    1. “while the aforementioned mega-rich elites are largely sheltered from the culture-destroying fallout in their gated compounds”– not unlike how the Elites rode out the Dark Ages in their castles and villas as Europe burned.

  12. The book is very good. If you liked the excerpt published above, I would recommend you buy it.

  13. Not going to read that one.
    But rumors are already flying that they aren’t going to give the nomination to trump even if he is most popular with the people. That would pretty much implode the republican party.

    1. That wouldn’t surprise me in the least. Considering the clown car that the majority of the Republicans are on, there’s a huge chance that he’s handed the presidency to another Democrat. If the last tent years are a hint, it’s going to get worse before it gets better.

  14. Slightly off topic but I banged a Latina who wanted to role play that she was an illegal immigrant and I was Donald Trump. She would say: “Papi, help me make an anchor baby!”

  15. This is easily the most important book published this year.
    Vox Day is hardly a stranger a to game.
    From some of the comments I’m seeing a few of you could benefit well from checking out the link above.
    Regardless. Game while vitally important to the future of the West (and no I’m not kidding) is only one small part of a big and powerful picture.
    “History has never been decided by majorities. History is decided by minorities who fight.” — William S. Lind

    1. You are right. Which is why small movements that share the same objectives and values like the Game community and Submissive Wives movements need to join forces.

  16. Cuckservative is also someone who’d attack me – a Russian immigrant – for critisizing Liberalism, yet would turn a blind eye on his bearded Muslim neighbour holding up a sign “Behead those who insult Islam”.

  17. America is not a country of immigrants. Most americans were born here and have always been a part of the American culture
    Trump 2016!

  18. Much of blame goes to the social conservatives. They hijacked the GOP and essentially became right wing progressives, and like all progressives, they pushed too hard, alienating people.
    They lost every battle in the culture war, none of which really had to be fought, and now here we are. Socially conservative political action actually functioned to push the culture left. It gave the left wing progressives a way to win. A majority of American’s were never going to accept what are essentially Catholic rules.
    Abortion, contraception, evolution, drugs…none of this was/is important. It’s
    comical how they deify Regan. Today, Regan wouldn’t be “strong enough on abortion”. If Trump came out as rabidly pro-life, the cuckers would be okay with
    Vox has said only three issues still matter: Immigration, the 2nd amendment, and sound money. And he’s right. None of the social shit matters.
    Sadly, the cucks are deeply embedded. The GOP will need to be utterly destroyed to get rid of them.

    1. Whoah there buddy! Back the train up a second.
      You have a skewed understanding of our past.
      Prior to the 1960s, practically EVERYBODY was socially conservative. The “social issues” weren’t issues at all until the Left subverted our traditions in a series of revolutions. The Right didn’t start it. The Left did.
      There weren’t social issues to disagree over, because everybody was more or less in agreement on principles that hadn’t changed in millennia.
      The GOP could be all about taxes and the size of government when the other issues weren’t issues.
      And why did they become issues in the first place?
      Because the Left purposefully worked to subvert and discredit traditional values and beliefs that had existed in the West for two millennia. They largely succeeded in that effort because no one really thought the upheavals of the 60s would last. They thought it an aberration, and didn’t bother to fight back for a couple of decades, by which time the battle was already lost.
      It was Gramsci’s vaunted March Through the Institutions, put into practice.
      Fighting back against that revolution didn’t cause the revolution. That’s a ridiculous thing to say.
      If you think immigration is important, why do you think it’s an issue? Because (notwithstanding Ted Kennedy’s betrayal in ’65) we aren’t replacing our own population. Weren’t not having enough children. Why? Because of abortion and contraception.
      If you think fiat currency is important, why do you think it’s an issue? Because deficit spending requires funny money to pay for it. Why the massive deficit spending? To pay for the social breakdown among the poor, and the older generations who didn’t bother to have kids to care for them in their old age, because they chose to live selfish lives. All of which was greatly enabled by……… abortion and contraception!
      60 years ago the present Democratic party platform would have scared the hell out of your average Democrat. They’d have called a Communist platform. And they’d have been right.
      I don’t know how old you are, but the present world is a VERY new and very different arrangement from the historical norm.

  19. Mark Levin listen, learn it, love it. Repeal the 17th Amendment and term limit Congress and and Senate critters. Culkocrats and Culkgessives are pussy’s when you tell them to shut up.

  20. Trumps vow is absolutely legal and was last used by Jimmy Carter during the Iran hostage saga.
    8 U.S. Code § 1182 – Inadmissible aliens Page 138
    (f) Suspension of entry or imposition of restrictions by President
    Whenever the President finds that the entry of any aliens or of any class of aliens into the United States would be detrimental to the interests of the United States, he may by proclamation, and for such period as he shall deem necessary, suspend the entry of all aliens or any class of aliens as immigrants or nonimmigrants, or impose on the entry of aliens any restrictions he may deem to be appropriate.

  21. Let’s compare ….
    Proudly multi-cultural societies like the former Yugoslavia and Austro Hungarian Empire split at he first sign of weakness, followed by ethnic cleansing. [To call a Croat or Serbian a Yugo, you’ll probably get punched in the face.]
    Compared to….
    Rome had ethnic Italian, Spaniard, Celtic, Greek, Arabic, Germanic, African, Dalmatian, and Barbarian Emperors. However, they were all assimilated to the one dominant culture [Latin]. The loyalty was so absolute that Greek Byzantines 1,000 years after Rome fell referred to themselves as Romans. Russia to this day calls itself the Third Rome.
    Bottom line: Assimilation creates civic pride. Multi-culturalism creates a tinder box

    1. For the record: I don’t care about ethnicity as long as it is subservient to loyalty to America. I’m 100% in favor of reverting back to ruthless Assimilation of immigrants.

      1. Loyalty to my country is one thing. Subservience to bullshit laws and taxes to feed the weak are another.

  22. Nationalism is going the way of the dodo…sad. Now it is only a word that people immediately associate with Nazis and socialism.

    1. I think the reverse is happening. Nationalism is experiencing a big revival. If Trump doesn’t win in the US, the pressure the ultra-leftist Sanders or Clinton will create will lead to an even more radical and committed nationalism among the rightwing.

      1. It should be. I know it already exists among anyone I wish to spend any significant time. Life’s too damn short. Problem is, there are so damn many beta males around these days that look for a woman to lead them.
        Why do you think most are afraid of Trump? And I mean it when I say afraid; scared to their weasely little cores.

  23. Hahaha, in Rome we never let the military come in to the capital because it would be seen as totalitarian, but every time it did it sure upset the order of things. It’s a natural moment, but those who have power now don’t even wish to tempt fate with the chance of them losing it, and they are being irresponsible for that err.
    It’s only a matter of time before the US’s own Caeser crosses the Rubicon and triggers a civil war of their own.

  24. The US government cares about keeping its power and nothing else.
    Look at the image. We’re probably all on some terrorist watch list.

  25. The left has mastered “world” liberalism .RE: either you pony up your cash and feed another mans kids..- or your a racist bigot. Most media supports this non-sense. Its sick and demented.

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