No, not that type of wasp, the White Anglo Saxon Protestant type of wasp. It occurred to me recently that most of the world’s people, and the solution proposed for most of the world’s problems, is to ship all the peoples of the world to America. Hmm… that’s one idea certainly, but is it the best idea?
The world is a big place. Wouldn’t it be best to make the world a great place, rather than to ship all the world to one place?
Wouldn’t that be better for the world? In regards to environmental destruction and such, not to concentrate the entire population of the world in Europe and America? Not to mention the relief in cultural conflicts? How would you make the world a “great place”? Most of the people in the world do live in eternally corrupt hellholes. I can certainly see why they wish to leave. The masses in those places are used as a human commodity.
Isn’t it odd though that whenever tensions boil over in these hellholes (as they regularly do), that the only 3 places the resulting refugees wish to come to are North America, Europe and Australia?
It’s especially ironic with Muslim refugees as they consider everyone else to be the “infidel”. But the last place in the world they want to go is another Muslim country.
But whether it is India, China, Mexico or any other place, the preferred destination is always Europe or America. Their leaders do not view them as valuable beings, desiring to create a society for them where they are each free to reach their highest ambitions. No, they are used and abused by the elites in each country, whether it be for economic or military gain. Human chattel.
North America, Europe and Australia are the only places during the last several hundred years where liberty has existed on a wide scale. You can find pockets in other places and other times, but for the most part Asia, Africa, Central and South America have not experienced wide scale freedom. Nor are they likely to in the near future.
There is nothing wrong with those continents geographically. They are rich in natural resources and stable climates for agriculture. Their people have roughly the same intelligence and ability as everyone else. But for some reason the majority of the globe has never experienced widespread freedom and opportunity for the people.
Why would something as important as human liberty be limited to just 3 geographic areas and for the most part one race of people? (or culture) What could possibly be the common thread that would cause relative heaven on earth to only exist on 25 % of the world’s land mass? What could possibly be the reason poverty, tyranny and discord is the order of the day for 75 % of the world?
Oh that’s right, it was the White Anglo Saxon Protestant that settled North America, Europe and Australia! It was the WASP that brought freedom and opportunity to 3 continents (Yes, yes, sometimes after much cheating, swindling and slavery). But it is the land of the free and the home of the brave that people want to come to. If America was truly such an awful place, people wouldn’t risk life and limb to come here, now would they? (And of course its not really about being white, its about being Christian. Whether black, brown or white, its about the shared values of being a Christian that we have an instant feeling of brotherhood with. The values that made 1/4th of the globe great.)
No, in the end America’s balance sheet of good to evil looks pretty damn good.
Yet these other cultures utterly reject the means, methods and principles that made this country great. Western values are continuously derided and scorned. They skip the countries 300 miles away as their new home, the ones with similar geography, language and religion. And instead travel 10,000 miles (sometimes in a perilous journey), to come to a completely foreign land where absolutely nothing is familiar and they carry the hate for their new country on their sleeve! All the while accepting the welfare, benefits and safety of their new home!
These traveling ingrates immediately set out to recreate their the hellhole they just left, in the land they just arrived in! Tearing down the institutions and culture that made this country great. It never seems to occur to them, “Hmm… if we barely escaped the old world with our lives, perhaps we shouldn’t try to recreate that world here!” Is it possible? If 3 continents on the globe are clearly above the rest, is there something we could learn from them? Wouldn’t you want to model your life after a winner instead of a loser?
Social scientists have looked at this for centuries (when they aren’t studiously ignoring it in their politically correct enclaves). A now deceased political columnist named Charley Reese is where I heard about this phenomenon some 20 years ago. There is a good half of this country itself that rejects it’s own values! They’re called Democrats! And in this upside down world we live in controlled by the leftist media, white Christians are made to feel as if there were something wrong with them, or that they have something to feel guilty about. Hogwash.
“The civilization of Europe, America and Australia exists today … only because of the victories of civilized man over the enemies of civilization … stretching through the centuries from Charles Martel in the 8th century and those of John Sobieski in the 17th century …”
“During the thousand years that included the careers of the Frankish soldier and the Polish king, the Christians of Asia and Africa proved unable to wage successful war with the Moslem conquerors; and in consequence Christianity practically vanished from the two continents; and today nobody can find in them any ‘social values’ whatever, in the sense in which we use the words, so far as the sphere of Mohammedan influences are concerned …”
“There are such ‘social values’ today in Europe, America and Australia only because … the Christians of Europe possessed the warlike power to do what the Christians of Asia and Africa had failed to do — that is, to beat back the Moslem invader. If Europe … had not been able to defend itself … there would have been no ‘social values’…and no sociologists to discuss them.”