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The suicide of the West is well underway with puppets in politics moving it along at a record pace. The great replacement is a key feature, this podcast explains the concept for the unfamiliar:

https://spotifyanchor-web.app.link/e/6jDbpdnx1Jb

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From today’s Pirate Wires Daily:

“Stay woke

Mike Solana

Editor in Chief

In France, hate crimes targeting gay men have skyrocketed since 2016, increasing anywhere from 13% to 16% a year. Why? How? Both great questions. But as the panicked news cycle broke, a quick keyword search of the words “Islam,” “Muslim,” and “immigrant” strangely turned up zero results. Once again, we find the average good guy western man demanding solutions to a problem he refuses to name: immigration from violent, backwards cultures, in such enormous quantities as we’ve seen across the western world, has begun to change the western world. Here at home, a sensible immigration policy (small amounts, only the smartest) would benefit the country. But it’s important to keep in mind nobody’s moving here because they love our culture. People only move here for our economy, there are billions more who want to come, and a policy of open borders will not Americanize the third world. It will however break America.”

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Climate catastrophe. Yeah. Like asylum. Same stuff.

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Not sure what you are talking about.

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Sure, opening our borders to millions of people from the third world makes tremendous sense. Not. The age of mass migration is over. Importing millions of people who will work for next to nothing just to be here destroys the wages of working class Americans and drives up housing costs when we can't house our own citizens. People cannot overpopulate their home country and just expect to move to greener pastures. There are no more green pastures. Voluntarily reduce your country's population to an environmentally sustainable level and stav there.

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How about they have to fend for themselves? No government borrowing from banks to provide everything to the replacement class. Simple. If they do not want a merit-based go at it, then stay away. See this reveals the fraud.

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I sense that you are the perfect person to read the reviewed book!

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I'm excited to read Johnson's book. I've lived in border states my entire life, and grew up about 60 miles from it in SE New Mexico. I've had so many encounters with border patrol over decades, and also family who have been border patrol agents. I think I had not really thought very much about borders, at least not with intention, until the last years of President Obama's term (in NM women and children were bussed to the old border patrol training school in Artesia for detention!). I moved to TX in 2015, and began to really reflect on this and became active in a number of protests. I also come from family who survived the Trail of Tears, so migration, emigration, borders, reservations, forced relocation and its role in genocide etc. have really shaped my life!

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OH my , this book is for you then, Jane. Thanks for sharing.

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May 16Liked by Todd Miller

Great review of a book I'll have to read. Consistent with "Build Bridges, Not Walls," and the understanding that a better world still is possible (but the rest of us better get to work on it fast).

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Well, we know you're on it, Ted.

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May 16Liked by Todd Miller

Hi! I'm working on a book project with a similar idea rooted in the Cold War. I love the "Who cares" posture. Fearmongering over crime makes at least some sense, since being the victim of a crime is bad, but immigration is an unadulterated good. There is no issue that's more made up to be "an issue."

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Immigration IS (a) good. It's a rare good that's really "unadulterated," though.

And this one really isn't. Maybe I'm mincing words.

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Oh definitely look forward to seeing your book, Tana! And thanks. Couldn't agree more about the "issue".

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