After fifty years of denial, obscurantism, anti-racist propaganda and thousands of mild alcoholic drinks and other expensive cocktails exchanged by useless politicians, some of our media finally start to accept the facts : there is anti-Americanism, even in the United States of America.
Furthermore, many studies published by diverse media source now confirmed a well eluded fact : anti-Americanism is more present in immigrants than in strain Americans.
Example : Nearly 70 percent of Mexican-Americans – including those born in the United States – owe their primary loyalty to Mexico, not the U.S., according to a poll commissioned by the Center for Immigration Studies. No shit Sherlock.
The same studies many other groups of population all possessing at least two nationalities, or at least coming from a progeny of fairly recent immigrants show similar results.
Of course, such publications drew immediate and highly voiced criticism from many anti-racist organizations. You know, the ones that believe one American shooting a Muslim is a hate crime but terrorist attacks killing three thousand Americans is of course, not.
Note that these so-called anti-racist organizations reacted not initial study nor to the fact that 70% of Mexican consider themselves anti-American, but to the publication of this data. We already knew that left-wing extremists had a hard time with reality.
Now these studies lead to a primary question : is immigration responsible for anti-Americanism ? Are immigrants less prone to patriotism than strain citizens ?
As always we shall base our opinion on factual data and not some left-wing fabricated media-whoring to determine the best answer. It helps to actually have a brain when studying sociology (take notes Ron Paul).
Many nationalists seem to believe that to maintain an adequate level of patriotism, immigration should be restricted to very strict circumstances, or even banned altogether.
If it’s been proven that a vast majority of immigrants are far from maintaining an adequate level of patriotism in the USA, does that mean all immigration everywhere is as bad, or are these consequences simply a result of a much deeper problem strongly linked to our ethnomasochistic political decisions ? You may already know the answer.
Take most European countries for example, or Asian countries (Korea, Japan, India, China…). Having much less freedom to express their cultures, sometimes even leading judicial persecution (in some of these countries the mere fact of displaying a foreign flag is against the law), and facing much much more anti-immigration and ethnocentrism than in the USA, you would tend to believe that the immigrants would be even less adherent to their new nation right ?
Once again, the simplistic, fantasist and somewhat delusional views of Ron Paul and other liberal hypocrites don’t exactly coincide with the reality of factual evidence.
It’s been proven that in ethnocentric and patriotic nations, immigrants tend to try their best to fit into their new culture. On the other hand, in a country like the United States of America which lacks ethnocentrism like no other, immigrants will of course be unpatriotic.
What chance do you have for an immigrant to become patriotic when the country which is receiving him automatically places himself in the seller position (ethnomasochism) instead of the buyer position (ethnocentrism) ?
What chance do you have for someone that immigrates say from Mexico to the USA to be patriotic when all he sees from the strain Americans, including the media, is ethnomasochism and anti-Americanism ?
On a side note, I’m not trying to sound like a left-wing hippie at all and furthermore I believe that all immigrants committing offenses or unpatriotic acts should be deported and dispossessed, as in every other country in the world.
The goal of this article is not to provide yet another hippie ethnomasochist alter-dicksucker globalist view on immigration, but to clarify the correlation between immigration and anti-Americanism.
Many of you already know, as I explained it in my article Ron Paul is the most hypocritical candidate, that Ron Paul had seen his popularity grow significantly since the last few years, not only in “American” media and European media. If I predicted the first case, see They all want change, the latter is for the least astonishing, especially for someone seen by our “American” media as the savior of our nation.
Maybe it’s Ron Paul’s opposition to any form of American patriotism that appeals the foreign so much ? Or maybe they like his ideas on free trade and small government ?
But if they support anti-patriotism in America, free trade in America and small governments in America, wouldn’t that mean that they also support those ideas in their own countries ?
Most of the medias supporting Ron Paul now are also the ones supporting the European nationalists groups, and honestly I don’t see any similitude in their programs.
Ron Paul and the European nationalist parties are both labelled as anti-system, or anti-establishment. In both cases, this is an incorrect label as neither Ron Paul nor the European nationalist parties are actually proposing anything fundamentally different than what’s in effect in their respective countries.
So now let’s review Ron Paul message :
- Strong emphasis on morals and principles : ethics above patriotism
- For free trade and against any border restrictions
- Supporting globalism against nationalism
- A very limited government
- For government transparency
- Against cultural ethnocentrism
And now let’s review the commonalities of many European nationalist programs :
- Strong emphasis on patriotism and ethnocentrism : patriotism above ethics
- For important border restrictions and against free trade
- Supporting nationalism against globalism
- A strong state/government
- Zero government transparency : control of the medias, control of mails/phone calls of citizens and applying even more the “reasons of state” (basically meaning that governments can’t be condemn for any crime/violation because they are acting in the best interests of the citizens)
- For cultural ethnocentrism, and even the prohibition of American culture
It’s obvious that not only are there very few similarities (if any) between Ron Paul’s program and the European nationalist ideas, but they are actually opposite.
The only subject that they agree on is that they are both justifying and supporting anti-Americanism and anti-American terrorism.
This information is all verifiable, I can even provide you every political program of each party for the most recent years and you can compare for yourselves (if you read the languages).
Moreover, next time you see any foreign or “American” media supporting Ron Paul’s ideas, know that they are also supporting the opposite for their country. They just agree with anti-Americanism.
The same goes for any opposition to American governments.