Allan on August 19th, 2014

Mass immigration (both legal and illegal) is driven in part by the interests of U.S. billionaires for whom cheap labor is more important than the future of our nation.

Examples include Bill Gates, the Koch Brothers,  Mark Zuckerberg, Paul Singer, George Soros, Michael Bloomberg, Sheldon Adelson and too many others.   (Notice that the list includes both Democrats and Republicans).

One prominent billionaire pushing open borders is not an American.  I refer to Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim, one of the richest men in the world.

The latest issue of the Social Contract magazine contains articles about these open borders billionaires.    My article in that issue is about Carlos Slim, Mexico’s richest man and a promoter of mass Mexican emigration to the United States.  Not only does Slim promote such emigration, he also profits from it.

For the entire article, click here.

Article published on The Social Contract,  Summer 2014 issue.

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On August 11th, 2014, an official signing ceremony was held at Mexico’s Palacio Nacional,  the ceremonial capitol building.

Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto signed into law a 21-part package of reforms to the Mexican energy industry.

This historic legislation is designed to open up the energy sector and make PEMEX, the government oil company, into an autonomous and more productive one.

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Article by Allan Wall, published on, August 18th, 2014.

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There’s plenty of money to be made off illegal immigration.

Cheap labor profiteers make a bundle by hiring illegal alien  workers, and passing on the social costs to the American taxpayer.   But that’s not the only way to make money off illegal immigration.

Another method is to operate  a “non-profit” social services organization.    Then you can make a contract with the United States government and be paid directly by Uncle Sam to provide services to illegal aliens or refugees.    Bingo – you’re a dispenser of “charity” to the needy.

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Article by Allan Wall, published August 10th, 2014, on VDARE.COM.

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Allan on August 10th, 2014

Australia is a country that has much in common with the United States, including many of the same problems. We share a common Anglo-Saxon heritage,  with its many positive features that have formed successful societies, which others wish to join.

On the negative side, Anglo-Saxon societies in recent years have displayed a particular propensity toward suicidal multiculturalism and mass immigration, with predictable results. So in both the U.S. and Australia there is mass immigration, failure to assimilate, ethnic discord and a disdain for the core majority population.

One problem Australia has solved, however, is the entrance of illegal aliens.  What can we learn from Australia’s example?

For the entire blog entry, click here.

Blog entry by Allan Wall, published on VDARE.COM on August 6th, 2014.


Allan on July 24th, 2014

“Who Would Jesus Deport?” is a question/slogan used in articles, a cartoon, t-shirts and there’s even a Facebook page with that name.

The question/slogan “Who Would Jesus Deport?” is derivative of the question/slogan “What Would Jesus Do?”

Both questions have the same initials - WWJD.

Is it wrong for the United States government to deport illegal aliens?

Is it wrong for Christians to support the deportation of illegal aliens?

Is the way this slogan is used  valid?

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Article by Allan Wall, published July 23rd, 2014, on VDARE.COM.

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Germany won the 2014 World Cup, held in Brazil.  The World Cup is an international soccer tournament held every four years.

The Mexican team was eliminated by the Netherlands team, and there was a controversial call in the game.   Mexican player Rafael Marquez fouled Dutch player Arjen Robben.   After studying  videos and still photos of the incident, it seems to me that it really was a foul.  Of course, soccer players tend to over-dramatize things, and that’s what Arjen Robben did.

It’s true that soccer is the most popular sport in the world  However, it is not true that soccer is the most popular sport in every single country in the world.  In this  blog entry, I have linked to a map showing the favorite sport in every country in the world.  There are plenty of other countries, besides the U.S., in which  soccer is not the most popular sport.

In fact, the world’s two most populous countries are China and India, and soccer is not the favorite sport in either country.  In China it’s ping pong, in India it’s cricket.

Anyway, the map helps to put things in perspective.

For the entire blog entry, click here.

Blog entry by Allan Wall, published July 23rd, 2014, on VDARE.COM.


Allan on July 21st, 2014

The World Cup, that quadrennial international soccer tournament which draws so much attention worldwide, was held in Brazil, from June 12th to July 13th.  Thirty-two national teams competed in stadiums in 12 Brazilian cities.

In this year’s World Cup, the final game was Argentina vs. Germany.  Team Germany was triumphant, 1-0.

In the past, every World Cup held in the Western Hemisphere (known in Spanish as the continent of América) had been won by a team from the Western Hemisphere.  But Germany broke that tradition, so it’s no longer true.

Of course, out of 32 teams there can be only one winner at the end.  That’s the whole point.  Yet, for particular reasons, some teams and their fans were more disappointed than others.

For the entire article, click here.

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The ongoing, facilitated-by-government illegal alien invasion continues.   But simultaneously  there is growing awareness and more open resistance among ordinary Americans.   Maybe Americans are awakening from their apathetic lethargy?  

What our government is doing now in the area of immigration is extreme and harmful. And the illegal alien invasion is no longer just a border phenomenon –  it’s affecting communities throughout the country.

And though the Mainstream Media tries to keep it under wraps, there are various alternative and local media outlets which are letting the cat out of the bag, so to speak.

As a result, more Americans are waking up.

For the entire blog entry, click here.

Blog entry by Allan Wall, published July 16th, 2014, on VDARE.COM.



The invasion of illegal aliens from Central America continues.  It’s a humanitarian disaster and a threat to our national sovereignty.    Obviously, the Obama administration is facilitating it, but where is the GOP?  If the Republican leadership were seriously opposed to this, wouldn’t they be doing more to stop it?   That tells you something.

Most of the illegal aliens (including unaccompanied children and adolescents) in this wave are from the Central American nations of  Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras.  These nations are poorer than Mexico, and owe much bigger proportions of their GDPs to migrant remittances than Mexico does.

In order to get to the United States,  these Central American illegal aliens cross the entire country of Mexico, which can be very dangerous.  Some of them don’t arrive to the U.S.-Mexican border, but obviously, plenty of them are arriving.

For the entire article, click here.

Article by Allan Wall, published July 15th, 2014, on VDARE.COM.

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Soccer’s quadrennial international championship tournament, the World Cup, is drawing to a close.

What can be learned from it?

For one thing, it shows that nationalism is alive and well.   Soccer fans travel thousands of miles to cheer on their national teams. Some of them wear bright colors of their national flags, or stereotypical national costumes.

Many Mexican fans traveled to Brazil to cheer on the Mexican team.   But all of them didn’t fly directly from Mexico.   Some of them flew from another country.  And what  country was that?

Read my article and find out.

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Article by Allan Wall, published on July 11th, 2014, on VDARE.COM.

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