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Pat Buchanan: Caravan Puts Trump Legacy on the Line

Pat Buchanan: Caravan Puts Trump Legacy on the Line

Authored by Patrick Buchanan via Buchanan.org:


Our mainstream media remain consumed with the grisly killing of Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi in the Saudi consulate in Istanbul, and how President Donald Trump will deal with Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman.

Understandably so, for this is the most riveting murder story since O.J. Simpson and has strategic implications across the Middle East.

Yet far more critical to the future of our civilization is the ongoing invasion of the West from the Third World.

Consider the impact of the decision by Chancellor Angela Merkel in 2015 to throw open Germany’s doors to 1 million refugees from Syria’s civil war.

Last weekend, in a crushing blow to Merkel, the Christian Social Union, the Bavarian sister party of her CDU, won its smallest share of the vote in half a century, 37 percent. Her coalition party, the SPD, saw its share of the Bavarian vote fall to a historic low of less than 10 percent.

The right-wing Alternative for Deutchland saw its support rise to 10 percent and has become a force in German politics. Some conservatives are urging the CDU to adopt the AfD hardline on illegal immigration.

The message sent by the Bavarian electorate is the message voters across Europe have been sending to their own capitals for years: You are failing in your first duty — defense of the homeland from foreign invasion. Mass migration of unassimilable peoples and cultures from a global South represents an existential threat to our Europe.

As Merkel’s chancellorship approaches its end, French President Emmanuel Macron, her progressive EU partner, has seen his approval fall to below 30 percent.

The U.S.-led NATO alliance may guard the Baltic and Black Sea regions against a Russian invasion from the east. But in Central, Southern and Western Europe, the more feared invaders are the peoples of Africa and the Muslim world, whose numbers are expected to triple or quadruple by this century’s end.

And as their numbers grow, so, too, does their desperation to escape, even at risk of their lives, the poverty, wars and repression of their homelands to cross the Med and fill the empty spaces left by a depopulating Europe.

It also now appears that the U.S. elections, not three weeks away, may be affected by another immigration crisis on the U.S. border.

As of Thursday, a caravan of 4,000 refugees without visas had crossed from Honduras into Guatemala and was heading toward Mexico. By Election Day, it will either have been stopped, or it will be here. And this caravan is a portent of things to come.

According to The Washington Post, during FY 2018, which ended last month, 107,212 members of “family units” crossed over into the U.S., “obliterating the previous record of 77,857 set in 2016.”

Citing DHS figures, the Post adds, “Border patrol agents arrested 16,658 family members in September alone, the highest one-month total on record and an 80 percent increase from July.”

When Trump, under intense political fire, ended his “zero tolerance” policy of separating refugees from their children, this message went out to Mexico and Central America:

Bring your kids with you when you cross the border. They will have to stay with you, and they cannot be held for more than 20 days. Thus, when they are released, you will be released to await a hearing on your claim of asylum. The odds are excellent that you can vanish into the U.S. population and never be sent back.

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Enraged, Trump has threatened to cut off aid to El Salvador, Honduras and Guatemala if they do not stop the caravans and has warned Mexico he will use the U.S. military to secure our border.

Unwanted mass migration is the issue of our time, as there is no foreseeable end to it before it alters America irremediably.

As these migrants are almost all poor, not highly skilled, and do not speak English, most will join that segment of our population that pays no income taxes but qualifies for social welfare benefits like food stamps, medical care and free education in our public schools.

They are thus a net drain upon the resources of a nation that is already, at full employment, running a deficit of $779 billion a year.

These migrants, however, are a present and future benefit to the Democratic Party that built and maintains our mammoth welfare state, and which, in presidential elections, routinely wins 70 to 90 percent of the votes of people whose trace their ancestry to Asia, Africa and Latin America.

Not without reason, Democrats believe that if they can change the composition of the American electorate, they can control America forever.

If Donald Trump was elected on any one issue, it was immigration and his promises to secure the border, build the wall and halt the invasion.

How he deals with the impending crisis of the migrant caravan may affect both the fate of his party in November and his presidency in 2020.

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Buchanan is like the guy who walks into the middle of a conversation and just can’t make any sense of it. What he’s missing are the causes of mass migration in Europe and the US. Buchanan rants against “unwanted mass migration” in Europe, but says little about unwanted mass invasion by European and US militaries in the Middle East and Africa, where these migrants come from. If we hadn’t destroyed their homes and cities, they’d still be living in them — people rarely leave their homeland unless under duress. As for the mass migration from Latin America, we don’t have… Read more »

Rastislav Velka Morava
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A response to your post is that two wrongs do not make a right, or one wrong does not justify another wrong.

The Globalist Internationalist Bankers and Corporations (and those dumb Democrat voting tools) can be made to house these illegal aliens in their own homes and gated communities, at there own dime, as they are the ones encouraging this and profiting from it.

You will then see just how quick they will reconsider…

Martha
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Martha

“..can be made to house these illegal aliens in their own homes and gated communities, at there own dime…..”
That will NEVER happen. What? You cannot seriously expect that the very same people who make the laws/rules/regulations “legalizing” that which is obviously illegal will be the people who allow themselves to pay the price for their machinations. It’s called just-us for a reason.

Zachary Guadamour
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I agree with you a 100%. It should be pointed out that the US needs undocumented workers to gather their crops, work in disgusting slaughter houses worst than what Upton Sinclair described in the Jungle, clean our houses, and cook our food. Their contributions to SS are what keeps it afloat. Taxes are withheld from their wages, and they have no way of getting a refund because they are in the US without documents.

Nexus789
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Nexus789

A new slave class.

Rastislav Velka Morava
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Rastislav Velka Morava

Or in other words, those that are responsible for these wars you mention are the same people pushing for the acceptance of these economic illegal migrant swarms..this one just in time for the mid terms:)

John Burns
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A plan designed to send migrants in their tens and hundreds of thousands north into the stable countries of Europe could not have been more ideal than to bomb, kill and ravage the Middle East. As global warming continues so shall droughts in central and northern Africa and all of the areas we have been so eager to destroy, this will make the current migrant problems look like a a Sunday school outing. The whole problem needs to receive earnest and widespread political attention.

Martha
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Martha

You DO know that the Soviets could make it rain or not rain on their May Day parade as early as the early 1930s, yes?

“The whole problem needs to receive earnest and widespread political attention.”
You’re interpretation of events is sorely lacking. You are akin to an abused person who begs his abuser to help him out of the abusive situation.

john vieira
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Realize that Agenda 21 is being implemented???

Smokingeagle
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Smokingeagle

I totally agree with your comment. In absolutely every country where the US has interfered, meddled, instigated and funded coups, installed puppet leaders, stolen countries’ natural resources, staged “incidents” to manufacture consent for yet another war among its own citizenry and that of other Nato members, and imposed sanctions to deliberately weaken with intent to subjugate them, it has left nothing but environmental, economic, social disarray, hardship, misery, death and disease in its wake. You’re right. Chickens do come home to roost, what goes around comes around, and if not punished directly for its innumerable sins, which include crimes against… Read more »

John Burns
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A disquieting prognosis but a fair one nonetheless. Perhaps referenda need to be held to see what the majority think of this impending problem. To see how this scenario has been planned for us, read: The Coudenhove-Kalergi plan – The genocide of the Peoples of Europe.

john vieira
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Another “Conspiracy Theory” growing ‘teeth’ !!!

Patsy Lowe
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Patsy Lowe

No mention of Hillary Clinton’s involvement in the forcible removal of a Democratically elected President Zeylaya. He wanted to raise workers wages from 31 cents an hour and that set off alarms in Washington D.C. Clinton and Obama installed a pro corporate guy and it has been down hiil ever since for Hondurans.

James
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The native peoples of Europe and North America will be no less victims of the criminal policies of the U.S. elites than the people of Latin America, North Africa and the Middle East if this invasion is not stopped. Why is it that those supposed ‘bleeding heart’ pro-refugee activists have, in my experience, almost never have had a word to say about America/Israel’s wars against Syria, Libya, Iraq, Lebanon, Ukraine, Yemen, Afghanistan and their subversion of Nicaragua, Venezuela, Ecuador, Peru, … whilst claiming the supposed high moral ground on refugee rights? Unfortunately, the left-wing governments of Latin America have foolishly… Read more »

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