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By Lydia Brimelow on 02/20/2024

Tucker Carlson's Interview With Lydia Brimelow On New York Attorney General Letitia James's Attack On VDARE.com

LYDIA BRIMELOW: Many thanks to Tucker Carlson!

Transcript

Tucker [00:00:00] Illegal immigration into the United States is at its highest levels ever. Tens of millions of people have come here illegally over the past 15 years, and none of them will ever leave. Mostly they come from the poorest countries on the planet. We don't know anything about them, really. We don't know if they're pro-America. We don't know if they're hostile to the people who already live here. We don't know, in the case of the recent arrivals, what they're going to do for a living as robotics eliminate low skilled jobs. So what's happening right now at the border that what's often mentioned on TV is really undersold as a story. This is changing America forever, and almost certainly for the worse as we're watching it. And no one is doing anything about it.

The governor of Texas occasionally makes noises about it—it's over his border that this human wave is flowing, and yet he's taken no real steps to stop it. There are some media outlets that let you know that it's happening in general terms, but they don't seem particularly outraged by it. We're sitting here as our country is destroyed and no one's responding, and at some point you have to ask why? Are the majority of Americans in favor of this? Of course not. In fact, no one's in favor of this. No one will defend this in public. No one will explain why we need it. Why it's a good idea. How it's going to help this country. How your grandchildren will live in a better place because of it. People are just silent, like it's not even happening. And again, you have to ask why. And the answer, of course, is really simple because they're afraid, they know they'll be punished if they say anything about it. The story of Peter and Lydia Brimelow explains why they're afraid. Peter Brimelow has been a journalist for 50 years. Worked at a whole bunch of what are now called mainstream publications. Was an editor—Barron's, Forbes, National Review, Dow Jones, a legitimate old school journalist. And in the late 90s, he began to ask questions about our immigration scheme. Is this really good idea, is it helping America? And of course, no one could answer those questions because the answer is obvious. No, it's destroying America; as it destroyed California, so it will destroy your state. That's certain. But for asking that question, he was fired from his jobs and shunted off into what we call the fringes. But he didn't stop. He started a website called VDARE. He runs it now with his wife, Lydia.

And for the crime in the supposedly free country of

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Earlier: Tucker Carlson’s Interview With Lydia Brimelow On New York Attorney General Letitia James's Attack On VDARE.com Lydia Brimelow is the Publisher of http://VDARE.com and President of the VDARE Foundation. On the podcast she talks about her recent appearance on Tucker Carlson, update on the NY AG continued lawfare against VDARE, how Trump being attacked helped bring awareness to their case, r...
Post By Steve Sailer on 02/23/2024
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Article By Gregory Hood on 02/22/2024
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Article By Ann Coulter on 02/21/2024

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After House Republicans demanded a border bill in exchange for Ukraine funding, guess which one was intentionally tanked? Pro-open-borders Republicans like Sens. Mitch McConnell, James Lankford, and Lindsey Graham teamed up with Majority Leader Chuck Schumer to offer a pretend ”border security” bill that would only make things worse.

Once again, voters are being told, Yeah sorry, something came up and we couldn’t get to the border, but if you’ll just give us $60 billion for Ukraine today, we’ll definitely get to your issue tomorrow ...

By now, protecting our border has lost out to defending every other country’s border so many times that we currently have 750 military bases around the world. There are only 195 countries in the world.

But as long as we have troops spread out across the globe, why not stick our nose into every interregional bar fight? Since 2001, the U.S. military has been involved in combat in at least 25 countries. Name five. That’s how important these military interventions are to the average American.

We’re always told that there’s no reason we can’t wage pointless wars abroad, and protect our border at the same time. They’re not mutually exclusive! But somehow they always are.

First of all, we don’t have unlimited taxpayer dollars

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By Lydia Brimelow on 02/20/2024

Tucker Carlson's Interview With Lydia Brimelow On New York Attorney General Letitia James's Attack On VDARE.com

LYDIA BRIMELOW: Many thanks to Tucker Carlson!

Transcript

Tucker [00:00:00] Illegal immigration into the United States is at its highest levels ever. Tens of millions of people have come here illegally over the past 15 years, and none of them will ever leave. Mostly they come from the poorest countries on the planet. We don't know anything about them, really. We don't know if they're pro-America. We don't know if they're hostile to the people who already live here. We don't know, in the case of the recent arrivals, what they're going to do for a living as robotics eliminate low skilled jobs. So what's happening right now at the border that what's often mentioned on TV is really undersold as a story. This is changing America forever, and almost certainly for the worse as we're watching it. And no one is doing anything about it.

The governor of Texas occasionally makes noises about it—it's over his border that this human wave is flowing, and yet he's taken no real steps to stop it. There are some media outlets that let you know that it's happening in general terms, but they don't seem particularly outraged by it. We're sitting here as our country is destroyed and no one's responding, and at some point you have to ask why? Are the majority of Americans in favor of this? Of course not. In fact, no one's in favor of this. No one will defend this in public. No one will explain why we need it. Why it's a good idea. How it's going to help this country. How your grandchildren will live in a better place because of it. People are just silent, like it's not even happening. And again, you have to ask why. And the answer, of course, is really simple because they're afraid, they know they'll be punished if they say anything about it. The story of Peter and Lydia Brimelow explains why they're afraid. Peter Brimelow has been a journalist for 50 years. Worked at a whole bunch of what are now called mainstream publications. Was an editor—Barron's, Forbes, National Review, Dow Jones, a legitimate old school journalist. And in the late 90s, he began to ask questions about our immigration scheme. Is this really good idea, is it helping America? And of course, no one could answer those questions because the answer is obvious. No, it's destroying America; as it destroyed California, so it will destroy your state. That's certain. But for asking that question, he was fired from his jobs and shunted off into what we call the fringes. But he didn't stop. He started a website called VDARE. He runs it now with his wife, Lydia.

And for the crime in the supposedly free country of

LATEST

Article By Patrick Cleburne on 02/23/2024
Earlier, by Peter Brimelow: A Guilty Elite: Immigration Beyond Economics There has been a major outbreak of the Toilet Paper fallacy—the misconception that an increase in U.S GDP caused by immigration is automatically a Good Thing for all Americans. As long ago as June 1992 in his National Review essay “Time To Rethink Immigration.” and again in his 1996 book Alien Nation Peter Brimelow noted that ...
Radio derb By John Derbyshire on 02/23/2024
02:52  Totalitarian justice in New York.  (Show me the man …) 10:26  White men need not apply.  (That's your problem right there.) 18:57  Zones of white exclusion.  (TV scriptwriting, Google's chatbot.) 28:51  Economics is a pseudoscience.  (Krugman flips.) 34:42  AI's existential risk.  (For whom?) 35:15  Muslims in Japan.  (They're finding out.) 37:09  The unbreakable Amy Wax.  (U. Penn.'s sanct...
Post By James Fulford on 02/23/2024
Earlier: Tucker Carlson’s Interview With Lydia Brimelow On New York Attorney General Letitia James's Attack On VDARE.com Lydia Brimelow is the Publisher of http://VDARE.com and President of the VDARE Foundation. On the podcast she talks about her recent appearance on Tucker Carlson, update on the NY AG continued lawfare against VDARE, how Trump being attacked helped bring awareness to their case, r...
Post By Steve Sailer on 02/23/2024
Earlier: David Leonhardt In The NYT: The Misguided War On The SAT Yale became the second Ivy League college, after Dartmouth, after four years of test-optional admissions during the COVID/George Floyd eras, to go back to making it mandatory for applicants to submit test scores. Why? Because the anti-test conventional wisdom is stupid. From Raj Chetty’s shop, Opportunity Insights, a study of 12,000+...
Article By Gregory Hood on 02/22/2024
UPDATE: Since the impeachment, there’s been talk about ”tabling” the indictment and not going through with an actual trial. See These Republicans Demand a Full Senate Impeachment Trial for Mayorkas, by Virginia Allen, Daily Signal, February 22, 2024 and Will Schumer defy history and ditch Mayorkas impeachment trial?, by Emily Jacobs, February 22, 2024. Crossposted from Amren.com, where you can comm...
Post By Steve Sailer on 02/22/2024
The New York Times news section runs one of its classic upside-down articles with the first paragraphs devoted to bolstering the craziest imaginings of its paying subscribers—Nazis are so powerful that they have taken over even Google!—and then works its way around to the actual facts later on after most people have stopped reading: Google Chatbot’s A.I. Images Put People of Color in Nazi-Era Un...
Post By Steve Sailer on 02/22/2024
Will Stancil is running for Minnesota’s lower house on a platform of opposing far-right extremism in Minnesota’s 84% white district 61A. When Will is elected President of America in 2056 over GOP incumbent Dwayne Elizondo Mountain Dew Herbert Camacho, you will be able to say you were present at the creation (well, at least present in cyberspace) of the most characteristic political career of the 2...
Post By Steve Sailer on 02/22/2024
Earlier: If Blacks Really Suffered From Racism In America, They’d Head For Black Majority Countries—And They Don’t From the New York Times news section: Blaxit: Tired of Racism, Black Americans Try Life in Africa February 16, 2024 in News Jes’ka Washington lives in a six-bedroom house on a hill with avocado trees and a spectacular view, not far from the rabbit farm she runs. For less than $50,0...
Post By Steve Sailer on 02/22/2024
Earlier: Artificial Stupidity Is The Key To Successful Artificial Intelligence From a Google executive responding to all the hilariously woke images created by Google’s Gemini (formerly Bard) AI system, such as an American Indian lady 17th century physicist: Jack Krawczyk@JackK We are aware that Gemini is offering inaccuracies in some historical image generation depictions, and we are working to...
Article By Ann Coulter on 02/21/2024

Subscribe to Ann Coulter’s Substack UNSAFE.

After House Republicans demanded a border bill in exchange for Ukraine funding, guess which one was intentionally tanked? Pro-open-borders Republicans like Sens. Mitch McConnell, James Lankford, and Lindsey Graham teamed up with Majority Leader Chuck Schumer to offer a pretend ”border security” bill that would only make things worse.

Once again, voters are being told, Yeah sorry, something came up and we couldn’t get to the border, but if you’ll just give us $60 billion for Ukraine today, we’ll definitely get to your issue tomorrow ...

By now, protecting our border has lost out to defending every other country’s border so many times that we currently have 750 military bases around the world. There are only 195 countries in the world.

But as long as we have troops spread out across the globe, why not stick our nose into every interregional bar fight? Since 2001, the U.S. military has been involved in combat in at least 25 countries. Name five. That’s how important these military interventions are to the average American.

We’re always told that there’s no reason we can’t wage pointless wars abroad, and protect our border at the same time. They’re not mutually exclusive! But somehow they always are.

First of all, we don’t have unlimited taxpayer dollars

MORE...
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