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11-07-2007, 04:00 AM
The Death of the West – How Dying Populations and Immigrant Invasions Imperil Our Country and Civilization
Author: Patrick J. Buchanan
ISBN: 0-312-30259-2
Publisher: St. Martin’s Press


This book is a study of the problems facing Western civilization by an American patriot and nationalist, Mr Patrick J. Buchanan, a former candidate for the President of the United States.

Mr Buchanan begins the book with an introduction about the subject matter, and an important chapter named ‘Endangered species’ where he discusses the dangerous and potentially fatal population declines of the indigenous populations of Europe, especially in Russia, and he talks about Japan as well. There is then an explanation of the reasons for this decline to page 49, named ‘Where have all the Children gone?’, especially in the USA, due to aggressive feminism, sex propaganda and Marxist-liberal propaganda against housewives and the family unit.

The most important parts of the book in relation to Marxist-liberalism are in the chapters ‘Catechism of a Revolution’ and ‘Four who made a revolution, about how this sickening Marxist-liberal extreme left wing cancer destroying Western civilization from within developed, and who was responsible for it. This cancer and disease includes de-Christianization, Multiculturalism, propaganda against patriotism and nationalism, artificial guilt for Western civilization about slavery although it was the West that freed the slaves and double-standards in the reporting of crime, eg a white against black crime will get more coverage while a black against white crime is virtually ignored, and all this is forced down through brainwashing in schools and universities. The origin of this is clear – communism, and the German Frankfurt school of thought. As Communists realized that workers did not really care for their world struggle, they decided to attack the basic roots of the West, namely the unit of the family and the Christian church.

The main part dealing with immigration are chapters ‘The Coming Great Migrations’ and ‘La Reconquista’. For Europe, Mr Buchanan discusses the Islamification of the old continent through mass immigration, government sponsored euthanasia, falling birth rates and he concludes that although Europe seems to be slowly waking up to this, eg through anti-immigration parties such as Mr Jean-Marie Le Pen’s Front National in France, Mr Jorg Haider’s Freedom Party in Austria and Mr Christoph Blocher’s Swiss People’s Party in Switzerland and the fact that some governments steal their tactics, the governments of Europe were very late in waking up to this danger. As well, there is a section about a similar situation in Israel. ‘La Reconquista’ is about the taking back of American states in the south by the Mexicans through mass immigration, just like with the Arabs in Europe, and the economics and US politics behind this.

The last parts before the ending are about the assault on the past and the Christian church in the USA, in chapters ‘The War against the Past’ and ‘De-Christianizing America’, such as the renaming of schools with the name of ‘Columbus’, the removal of Christian symbols from schools and government offices and courts despite the fact that Christianity is the religion shared by most of the American people, the glorification of the Aztecs who sacrificed their own people to their own dirty, false, jungle blood thirsty and pagan gods, how the Marxist establishment screamed in outrage at the film ‘The Patriot” just because a black man is shown heroically fighting for America in the Revolutionary war, challenging their Marxist views on race and history, how the Marxists began their brainwashing propaganda in the 60s hippies generation (Mrs Hillary Clinton, just one example), How the old Southern flag was banned from government buildings despite support for it in state referendums, to name just some. This can be summed up best by the famous Mr Alexander Solzhenitzyn, who said “To destroy a people, you must first sever their roots.”

A key chapter dealing with why the events described in the last parts happened is ‘Intimidated Majority’, on why Christians and “conservatives” are so reluctant to stand up to the Marxist threat, and issues such as anti-white racist affirmative action, multiculturalism, immigration, etc – a fear of being called ‘racist’, ‘bigots’ and ‘xenophobes’.

The book ends with the chapter ‘A House Divided’, where Mr Buchanan offers his opinion on what solutions should be taken to restore that the West was several decades ago. In the afterward, he mentions the dramatic events that have shaken up the Marxist establishment all over the west following his 2001 publication of his book – the entrance into the second round of the French presidential elections of Mr Jean-Marie Le Pen, the murder of Pim Fortuyn in the climate of hate and hysteria created by the establishment after Mr Le Pen’s excellent showing and thus his party, the List Pim Fortuyn, entered the Dutch government, and the British National Party’s 20 percent showings in Oldham, thus brining the issues most closest to the survival of Western civilization to the spotlight – he concludes by asking whether the government elites will address them.

This book is a must read for any American patriot, or anyone concerned with the survival of Western Christian Civilization in the 21st century. It is well researched, Mr Buchanan quoting official UN statistics in his chapters on immigration an birth rates.

He ends his book with the stirring words – Seated on his coffin in the wagon carrying him through the Virginia countryside to his place of execution, the old abolitionist John Brown was heard to say softly, “This is a beautiful country.” And so it is. And that is why we must never stop trying to take her back.”

11-07-2007, 04:05 AM
I do not care which color a person has, but i care how free he wants to be. So, if Europe would be populated tomorrow by Japanese, my only worry would be that they select a Shogun. It's also fact that humans are one species, with a rather small gene pool. So mix up or die out.

11-07-2007, 06:24 AM
The last thing I want to see is Sweden turning into zimbabwe or Spain turning into nigeria or even belgium turning into japan.

There are different racial groups. Race is real. Recent science has proven this. I have articles all over the place from the bbc to every standard scientific magazine. Caucasoids, negroids, capoids, australoids. etc. And all of the unique peoples and cultures should be preserved. Otherwise the world will become a marxist reality and ugly place. Yes it's hard to admit that the shit is hitting the fan in Europe with immigration but it is. And it's mainly the marxist govts. and globalist scum like the EU's policies that have done this.

If people don't want to face reality then they can fuck off.

Other than that, I see nothing wrong with having some world day festival when all of the unique cultures can get together and share their traditions. The olympics sort of does this already.

11-07-2007, 07:09 AM
The question is do Eurogenic peoples have a right to exist and not be genocidally race-replaced through importation of incompatibles (who on the average are not as intelligent, conscientious or honest as native Europeans (but more aggressively fecund)) into their own homelands. Dealing with someone who is the same as you has manifold advantages. Imagine the diamond trade if there were in addition to hassidic jews also nigerians and affirmative action. I somehow doubt that deals would be done with handshakes anymore. Security and anti-theft might (just maybe) cost a bit more under such conditions.

My ideal kind of "diversity" is what we have now with bears. Polar bears in the far north and grizzlies and browns in the South. No one would dare say (with a straight face) that he wanted "diversity" among bears and that means we've got to import grizzlies to the north so that they can breed with polars and one day all northern bears are a light brown color and the polars are gone. That's not diversity. That's planned extinction of a subspecies.

11-07-2007, 07:25 AM
I think an additional concern about the mass migrations is that many of these immigrants come from cultures that are historically very unfree. It's the same thing we are seeing with the Iraqi people and the complete illiteracy that population has of representative government. Many come to this country illegally to enjoy our welfare state entitlements and also to send money back home. The American Dream often thought of as getting rich, not individual rights.

Republicanism and similar governments are the capstone of many, many decades of slow progress within the population. America was the culmination of that progress, with its focus on ordered liberty, individual rights, and small government. The worst thing about diversity is that it pretends that all things are equal - a representative government in Britain is ultimately no different from a dhimmitude in Morocco.

Diversity is a fog that ironically prevents us from seeing the very real differences between countries, cultures, and people. Instead of seeing the advantages and the disadvantages between certain cultures, we mindlessly celebrate the fact that they are different with no attention paid to how they are different.

One historical situation comes up that I often like to ask about diversity. In this situation, you are the British provincial governor of India. It is an old and widely practiced Indian custom that, when a local Indian man dies, to throw his still-alive wife on his funeral pyre so she can join him in the afterlife. The wife is rarely, if ever, willing to do this. The British weren't leaving anytime soon, so some decision had to be made. As governor, what do you do? This was a real issue faced by the British, so it's an interesting question to ask yourself.

11-07-2007, 08:35 AM
The problem of immigrant assimilation has been almost continual since colonial times. In the mid-nineteenth century, the discussion was about how German and Irish immigrants were diluting America's English heritage. Then in the late nineteenth century, the discussion revolved around East Asian immigrants and how alien they were to America's western ways. Then in the early twentieth, it was about how Italians were diluting northern European heritage. I say for better or worse, the horse is long gone from the barn.

11-07-2007, 08:56 AM
Interesting. I do not believe in, or understand the stpud theories of racial supremacy, but I observe that there is a difference between the races.

On the subject of immigration, while there is not much threat coming from small minorities from other countries who genuinely embrace the culture of your country, there is a threat that needs to be addressed when you face mass immigration from people who refuse to assimilate, and are here out of historical and religious greivances. Although of course, there is also the economic reason.

The solution is not to attack the immigrants. No one can blame them on the reason that they want to come here for a better life. It is to attack the scumbag Marxist left wing politicians who encourage this mass immigration because they hate Christianity and wish to see it destroyed so that Communism will succeed. Once they are removed and nationalists come to power, here is the offer to legal immigrants - love the country or leave it. For those who leave voluntarily, money should be awarded. Naturally, all illegal immigrants should be deported, and legal immigration should be halted, or at least drastically reduced.

And about all this 'diversity' and multi-culturalism - I believe in true human diversity, though meaning seperate cultures living in different countries, namely meaning cultural segregation. When you put different cultures together, in one country, it becomes cultural genocide. There are currently 5000 cultures in the world, and by the end of the century there will only be 800. This is part of a globalist scheme to make the economic market an easier place to manage.. go figure...


11-07-2007, 09:16 AM
I believe in assimilating. When my great-grandparents got here in the late nineteenth century, they chose to make learning English top priority because they did not want to live in a linguistic ghetto, and their kids spoke almost entirely English. It sickens me when I hear even legal immigrants talk about "my country" and they don't mean the United States.

11-07-2007, 09:22 AM
They have the right to talk about their country, but should go back to their countries to talk about it.

11-07-2007, 09:32 AM
Best political book I ever read.

11-07-2007, 09:39 AM
They have the right to talk about their country, but should go back to their countries to talk about it.

This French Nazi has what to do with us?
Immigrants are welcome here, and our country is stronger because of it.
I do notice that you seem to be promoting this French Nazi in several threads. To what point?


I want to get Ron Paul elected, and see this country return to a Constitutional Republic.
What some French wacko says or does is not relevant.

11-07-2007, 09:45 AM
I am American. I just simply have an interest in the nationalist parties of other European nations.

I simply think that there is too much immigration, especially from countries which have a historic or religous greviance against us. Anything wrong with that? How would the Poles have liked it if millions of Germans and Russians before the war immigrated to Poland, brining National-Socialist and Communist ideas? Would the Poles have a right to complain?

I am not a National-Socialist. I believe that the Allied men who fought for freedom and democracy in WWII were absolutely right. By comparison, do you want me to tell you about the leftists and liberals which worked with Hitler during WWII?

Do you resort to the liberal insults of 'National-Socialist' that Mr. Buchanan mentioned in his book? Have you read his book? Do you have any useful insight about the book, or the themes of it? If you don;t, then please stay out.

Thank you.


11-07-2007, 09:51 AM
Fine, I do believe in freedom of speech, I just wonder what your purpose is in promoting this crap.
Be it known to you also, that I will speak out against the Hate mongering you are promoting.

11-07-2007, 09:58 AM
Fine, I do believe in freedom of speech, I just wonder what your purpose is in promoting this crap.
Be it known to you also, that I will speak out against the Hate mongering you are promoting.

Attacking something as hate mongering without specifying where and why it's hate mongering, is hate mongering. Go back to Stormfront!

11-07-2007, 10:00 AM
I have promoted no hate against any religious or ethnic group.

If you haven't noticed, this is a section for GENERAL POLITICS.

I will be willing to debate with you, if you drop the old 'you are a Nazi id you do not agree with me' tone.

11-07-2007, 10:01 AM
Thanks johngr! It is ironic that our friend is of a similar mindset of the Nazis he despises.

11-07-2007, 10:07 AM

Nazi occupation not inhumane - Le Pen

Amelia Gentleman in Paris
Thursday January 13, 2005
The Guardian

The French government last night threatened to prosecute the outspoken far-right leader Jean-Marie Le Pen after he declared in an interview that the Nazi occupation of France during the second world war had not been "particularly inhumane".

In an interview given to an extremist rightwing paper, Rivarol, on the eve of Europe-wide ceremonies to mark the liberation of Auschwitz, Mr Le Pen made light of the tragic consequences of the German invasion of France.

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"In France, at least, the German occupation was not particularly inhumane, even if there were a few blunders," he was quoted as saying by the newspaper.

He made no mention of the 76,000 Jews who were deported from France to concentration camps during the occupation, of whom only 2,500 survived.

CRIF, an umbrella organisation for a number of French Jewish groups, said the remarks were shocking.

"These comments taint the memory of all victims of Nazism - deportees and resistants, and the entire French population, which was subjected for more than four years to the most atrocious of occupations and humiliations," the group said in a statement. In the same interview, timed to coincide with the start of commemorations to mark the end of the second world war, Mr Le Pen described the Gestapo as a police force which had been there to protect the French nation.

Former members of the French resistance will be equally distressed by his remarks, which gloss over the fact that thousands were killed or deported by the Gestapo.

"It's not only the European Union and globalisation we have to free our country of. It's also the lies about its history, lies that are protected by exceptional measures," Mr Le Pen was quoted as saying.

France's justice minister, Dominique Perben, last night asked the Paris prosecutor's office to open a preliminary inquiry into the remarks immediately.

"I am amazed by the offence which Mr Le Pen is causing to the victims, to their families, to former fighters, to the deported, to everyone who suffered during this black period of our history," he said.

"These comments are unacceptable, and Mr Le Pen must explain himself in court."

Although he has toned down his racist rhetoric in recent years, Mr Le Pen is renowned for his extremist positions, and is infamous for having declared in 1987 that the Nazi gas chambers were "a detail" of history. He has been convicted of racism or anti-semitism at least six times.

France was startled in 2002 when Mr Le Pen beat the socialist leader for a one-on-one runoff against President Jacques Chirac, after mounting a powerful anti-immigration and anti-European campaign.

Shocked that a rightwing extremist had managed to secure a substantial share of the vote in the first round of the elections, mainstream French voters of all political persuasions rallied around President Chirac in the second round, giving him 82% of the vote.

France's junior minister for war veterans, Hamlaoui Mekachera, said he had read Mr Le Pen's comments with astonishment. Richard Serero, the director-general of France's Licra anti-racism league, said: "These comments are shabby." It was pointed out that the Gestapo had been "declared a criminal organisation at Nuremberg".

French prosecutors have already opened a judicial investigation into comments made by Mr Le Pen's second-in-command, Bruno Gollnisch.

Last year Mr Gollnisch questioned whether the Nazis had in fact used gas chambers in the Holocaust.

11-07-2007, 10:12 AM

Austria’s Forum against Antisemitism reported 143 antisemitic incidents in 2005 including one of physical assault. Dissension within the FPÖ culminated in a split and the formation of a new party, Alliance for the Future of Austria (BZÖ), led by Jörg Haider. Under its new chairman, Heinz-Christian Strache, the FPÖ reverted to being a radical opposition party and intensified its racist and antisemitic rhetoric. British Holocaust denier David Irving was arrested on 11 November in Vienna.

11-07-2007, 10:43 AM
Attacking something as hate mongering without specifying where and why it's hate mongering, is hate mongering. Go back to Stormfront!

I am not the one from stormfront. That crap is what this guy is promoting.
As for another of his idols, that he mentioned earlier.


Joerg Haider: High ambitions
Austria's most controversial politician, Joerg Haider, has more than once said he wants to be the country's leader.

His resignation as head of the far-right Freedom Party just weeks after it entered government would seem to be a surprising way of going about it.

But analysts are already saying Mr Haider's latest move is part of a masterplan to give his party greater power and eventually propel him to the top spot.

... in the Third Reich they had an orderly employment policy ....

Joerg Haider, June 1991
Mr Haider's rise to prominence has horrified many around the world and in Austria who regard him as an ambitious, racist opportunist.

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