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Slouching Toward Servitude
zolatimes2.com ^ | 4/26/02 | Robert L. Kocher

Posted on 04/26/2002 5:55:35 PM PDT by RLK

The new Socialism/Marxism: "From each who have something that can be taken, to support each according to the mess they are making."....

...What is well into fruition is a reconquest and conversion of Southwestern United States by force of numbers and occupation. After a given proportion of local American populations are Mexican immigrants, the legal and administration of various American states will be overwhelmed and Mexicanized or coopted while momentum of the social demography will work to smuggle more illegal immigration as well as subvert attempts to stop it. This will, in practice, eliminate the borders between the countries in certain areas and allow unlimited mass migration to pour through those points. From thence the population can redistribute the wealth or anything else through participatory democracy. That essentially parallels what happened in South(ern) Africa, which subsequently became a hellhole. The African lesson should be heeded. In 10 years California and Texas will become de facto socialist provinces of Mexico that have massive national political leverage in the United States. These provinces will have numerous senators, representatives, and enormous numbers of electoral votes. This will, in turn, provide unresistable leverage in accessing and redistributing individual incomes in the remainder of the United States through input into taxation and direction of expenditures.

Analysis published here


TOPICS: Constitution/Conservatism
KEYWORDS: immigrationmarxism
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1 posted on 04/26/2002 5:55:35 PM PDT by RLK
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To: RLK
I was in Houston today, on the West Side. It used to be such a nice community there. Alief and the Sharpstown area were really great places just a few years ago.

Now, you see hundreds of mexicans walking around across yards, and parking lots. They do this because they cant get a car easily as an illegal alien.

The area is teaming with dirty people who do not look like they are from America. It looks very dangerous there, yet only a few years ago, friends and I biked the area regularly. Now, you wouldn't dare.

This is the "New America". A place that looks like a bombed out third world nation, and that is what Southwest and parts of the West side of Houston have become.

Ghetto isn't a good enough word to fit what I saw today. Its absolutely horrible there. And, the city has obvisouly given up trying to enforce laws, and keep the area clean.

As REPUBLICANS seek to open the border and allow in millions of alien mexicans and other latins, won't many other areas take on this bombed out border town appearance?

And then, to top it off, a two wheeled cart with the word "TACO" on the side of it was being pushed up and down the streets there by a hispanic male....just the same kind of junk you see over the border...but, whats the difference?

The West side of Houston looks more like mexico than America.

2 posted on 04/26/2002 6:07:36 PM PDT by antidemocommie
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To: glock rocks; Iowa Granny; Snow Bunny; Travis McGee; A Navy Vet; meadsjn;30Carbine...
ping
3 posted on 04/26/2002 6:39:27 PM PDT by RLK
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To: RLK
To what extent do you think that George Bush's religious beliefs affect the way he makes decisions regarding "helping the hungry have-nots" and the current Mexican immigration nightmare? Just how confused are religious conservatives, particularly Southern fundamentalist Evangelicals, when it comes to George Bush?

Is it possible that the giddy mental state of unconditional positive reinforcement produced during prolonged hymn singing, group prayer, and other euphoric practices, has, to some degree, permanent effects and has clouded people's thinking?

4 posted on 04/26/2002 7:29:10 PM PDT by Mortimer Snavely
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To: RLK
From where I sit...a member of the working class my entire life...I have always been in SERVITUDE to BIGBROTHERTOTALITARIANRULE...We are beasts of burden and taxed on our every need...we operate in a system of USURY to feed the MAMMOTH BEAST OF TOTALITARIANGOVERNMENT....the worker ants labor tirelessly to feed the GRASSHOPPERS OF POWER....and that is why....idontvoteforanyofthem
5 posted on 04/26/2002 7:49:50 PM PDT by freedombelle
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To: RLK
yup.
9 posted on 04/26/2002 8:26:34 PM PDT by glock rocks
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To: freedombelle
In 1959, which was probably before most people on this forum were born, I was working as an assembler in a farm implement factory putting together bean windrowers and front ends to combines. I have also worked hand construction labor and run Caterpillar tractors. I used to be violently anti-union. I have changed from that considerably in recent years which will be explained in a forcoming economics analysis. I see that the otdinary working people are getting a lousey deal from both political parties. The Democratic party was the party of labor many years ago. Now they are the party of abortions, gays, and lesbianism who couldn't care less about labor and in fact want to see the economy of the country completely destroyed as an act of perverse sadism. The Republicans are just plain stupid, Bush included.
10 posted on 04/26/2002 8:32:23 PM PDT by RLK
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To: freedombelle
.the worker ants labor tirelessly to feed the GRASSHOPPERS OF POWER.

How do you say "It's a Bugs Life" in Spanish?

Seriously though, the Mexican steamroller has already flattened much of Sacramento's politics and brought with it the 'servitude' attitude that accompanies many whose faces once adorned Save the Children commercials. Just think, for 37cents a day, you can support someone who will vote Democrat the rest of their lives. If there is a problem here, it is simply that a Republican/American would not want to put an end to the illegal invasion immigration.

11 posted on 04/26/2002 8:47:40 PM PDT by budwiesest
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To: RLK
In 1959, which was probably before most people on this forum were born,

You Go Grandpa! (Class of '53).

12 posted on 04/26/2002 8:54:20 PM PDT by budwiesest
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To: RLK
"From each who have something that can be taken, to support each according to the mess they are making,"

RLK, is that your coinage? Pardon me for not citing more of your essay, I would have to do so much cut and pasting that it would be too tedious, the best I can do is flag individuals to read it.

Therein lies the problem.

FR readers represent perhaps the top 5% of our society in terms of an understanding of freedom and the generation of a high standard of living and individual rights. Yet even on FR I doubt that more than a tiny % will take the time to read your essay.

I agree with all of your premises, I see a tide coming in which will sweep away the last islands of individual property rights, and hence freedom. Clearly the West, and America, has already passed the tipping point beyond which the unproductive takers cannot be stopped from voting tax increases on the wealth producers. And I see no solution.

And of course you correctly identify the problem with the Mexican flood. We are today Serbia writ large in this way, our Southwest is Big Kosovo. The Kosovo Serbs also enjoyed their cheap Albanian maids and gardeners, and in time were swallowed by them as the Southwest will be by Mexicans. Again, I see no solution.

If there is any small consolation to be found, it is that history does not long move in straight lines, and we may have a massive breach which will result in an entirely new set of opportunities and dangers. Of course, the risk is that the man on a white horse is more likely to ride to the rescue than a new Thomas Jefferson.

For me, I consider myself to be a free agent, a Ronin in a chaotic period, hoping to land upon islands of sanity and stability and freedom in an insane and increasingly unstable insane world.

Of course, such "islands" will become "tax havens" for the "rich" who are "attempting to evade their global duty", and will be ruthlessly saught out and crushed to prevent their serving as symbols to the global serfs of the possibility of resistance to central control.

I only hope that my children will be able to experience some of our legacy of freedom before the last vault is looted and the last book from the library is burned to heat the last can of spam.

PS: stand by to be angrily condemned by the Bush Beatification Society.

13 posted on 04/27/2002 12:02:57 AM PDT by Travis McGee
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To: PatrioticAmerican;nunya bidness;Squantos,wardaddy;harpseal,wardaddy
Please invest the time to read RLK's valuable essay.
14 posted on 04/27/2002 12:04:41 AM PDT by Travis McGee
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To: JohnHuang2;Sabertooth;dennisw;lent;Jefferson Adams;river rat;B4ranch;carry okie;Luis Gonzalez
bttt
15 posted on 04/27/2002 12:06:38 AM PDT by Travis McGee
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To: antidemocommie;GeronL;Tancredo Fan;marine inspector;hollywood
I saw a latino man at Seaworld in San Diego last weekend wearing a hat with AMEXICA embroidered across the front, the letters were in red, white, blue, orange and green.
16 posted on 04/27/2002 12:09:47 AM PDT by Travis McGee
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To: Travis McGee
"Yet even on FR I doubt that more than a tiny % will take the time to read your essay."

Bush is God's Anointed President. Why in the world should people need anything else except his press releases?

17 posted on 04/27/2002 6:19:09 AM PDT by Mortimer Snavely
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To: Travis McGee
"From each who have something that can be taken, to support each according to the mess they are making,"

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It's all mine. I go systematically go through the premises and slogans of the left and give them realistically-based psychoanalytic interpretations.

18 posted on 04/27/2002 7:36:46 AM PDT by RLK
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To: Travis McGee
A good essay. As you mentioned, we will be having our own PLO soon.
19 posted on 04/27/2002 8:33:42 AM PDT by PatrioticAmerican
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To: antidemocommie
This is tongue in cheek, right? This anti-Mexican prejudice is really getting tiresome. The vast majority of Mexicans come here to work. They are good people who are doing jobs that most lazy Caucasian kids won't do. I have yet to see Mexicans in the street agitating for socialism or to change anything about the government of the United States. Get over it. The Mexicans I know in this country are good, hard working, family-oriented people. I say, let them come.
20 posted on 04/27/2002 8:42:35 AM PDT by jayef
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To: PatrioticAmerican
Damn Mexican agitators.
21 posted on 04/27/2002 8:43:08 AM PDT by jayef
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To: jayef
Q: How do you say lebensraum and anschluss in Spanish?

A: Aztlan and reconquista.

22 posted on 04/27/2002 8:56:00 AM PDT by Mortimer Snavely
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To: jayef
"I have yet to see Mexicans in the street agitating for socialism or to change anything about the government of the United States."

Run a Google search on "Aztlan" and tell me what you come up with.

23 posted on 04/27/2002 8:58:19 AM PDT by Mortimer Snavely
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To: antidemocommie
Yesterday I arrived at the airport in Houston and was astounded by one of the messages in the terminal building.

It said, "Inappropriate remarks about the security procedures may result in your arrest!".

Sorta sent a chill up my spine to think I was living a scene from some big brother movie.

Also 90% of the security personnel were minorities while 90% of the random searches were being performed on docile looking white guys.

Scary

24 posted on 04/27/2002 9:02:07 AM PDT by FireTrack
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To: jayef
They are good people who are doing jobs that most lazy Caucasian kids won't do.

Racist.

25 posted on 04/27/2002 9:04:07 AM PDT by sarcasm
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To: Mortimer Snavely
Good point. I will get back in line now and shut up.
26 posted on 04/27/2002 10:18:48 AM PDT by Travis McGee
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To: PatrioticAmerican
I think it will more resemble the KLA in our own Southwestern "Big Kosovo".
27 posted on 04/27/2002 10:19:44 AM PDT by Travis McGee
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To: FireTrack
"Inappropriate remarks about the security procedures may result in your arrest!".

Es Ist Verboten Staat Sekuritat Zu Kritisieron!

28 posted on 04/27/2002 10:21:43 AM PDT by Travis McGee
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To: jayef
most lazy Caucasian kids

Are you a self-hating white, or an anti-white minority racist?

29 posted on 04/27/2002 10:23:29 AM PDT by Travis McGee
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To: FireTrack
This country has gone to Hell. We are a bunch of sheeple for the most part, and we have been brainwashed to agree with government no matter what government says.

The truth is we have certain inalienable rights that government cannot take away under any circumstances, ever.

Most people dont have the time to consider all the things we Freepers think about, so when government says "jump little sheeple!", the sheeple respond "yes! i will jump for you Mr government official!", never considering the demands of government.

30 posted on 04/27/2002 11:07:06 AM PDT by antidemocommie
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To: jayef
You forgot one word:"ILLEGAL".

If they do not enter into my country just the same way everyone else is forced to by law, then they are not welcome, and I will gladly turn in any business that hires them.

This is my country and your country. We are not playing "We are the world" here. We have to preserve our Language, Borders, and Culture.

Let the hard working mexicans stay in mexico and fix up that joint. Right now, it looks like a 3rd world banana republic. It needs some hard working mexicans to turn it around.

And, until we deport a few million illegals, we should not allow any mexican immigrants to enter the USA for work, or resident status.

31 posted on 04/27/2002 11:11:04 AM PDT by antidemocommie
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To: sarcasm
"They are good people who are doing jobs that most lazy Caucasian kids won't do."

"Racist."

Stop telling the truth.

32 posted on 04/27/2002 11:15:31 AM PDT by Jakarta ex-pat
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To: Travis McGee
Woohoo! MegaYugoslavia with nuclear weapons!
33 posted on 04/27/2002 11:17:53 AM PDT by adx
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To: RLK
[Bush] lacks a REFLEXIVE coherent frame of reference to respect for individuality and freedom.

Your statement sums up Bush pretty well. I've noticed that about him also.

Thanks for writing and posting your essay.

34 posted on 04/27/2002 11:30:15 AM PDT by Mulder
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To: Travis McGee
Blessings of the Party upon you.

Buy more. Buy now. Buy more now. Shop, consume, improve your credit rating, and fret not.

35 posted on 04/27/2002 12:11:50 PM PDT by Mortimer Snavely
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To: Mortimer Snavely
Things are so bright I gotta wear shades.
36 posted on 04/27/2002 1:33:05 PM PDT by Travis McGee
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To: adx
I don't think that nuclear weapons will be useful in this context.
37 posted on 04/27/2002 1:40:56 PM PDT by Travis McGee
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To: Travis McGee
I don't think that nuclear weapons will be useful in this context.

I wasn't thinking so much as using them to suppress a seccession attempt, but considering what would happen if the US fragmented into multiple nuclear powers. Of course, I would hope that somebody would have the sense to remove US nukes from its former territories before they get their hands on them.

38 posted on 04/27/2002 1:46:47 PM PDT by adx
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To: RLK
The tragedy in all of this is that most Conservative and moderate Americans are asleep as to the basics of what constitutes a Nation. They stare at the TV bemused by the idiotic incantations about the "strength of diversity," a "nation of immigrants," and other silly phrases that have little or no relevance to the American experience, but which are universally--or nearly universally--treated in the media as profound concepts, that define America.

I have tried to tackle the need to awaken with various essays. The most in point, I suppose is Immigration & The American Future. But the tactics and methodology that are being used against us are analyzed in several essays on parallel subjects, including The Battle Over Patterns Of Personal Identification; Destroying Cultural Continuity; Myths & Myth Makers In American "Higher" Education; and Politics 2001.

There are links in the above to many other essays on issues that will be suggested in those listed. If anyone can put any of this material to use in the cause; that is what it is there for.

William Flax

39 posted on 04/27/2002 1:50:19 PM PDT by Ohioan
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To: Mortimer Snavely
Looks like a serious threat to me. I'll ask my cousin-in-law if she's ever heard of it. I wonder how many Mexicans have ever heard of it. You're a paranoid joke.
40 posted on 04/27/2002 1:53:42 PM PDT by jayef
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To: Mortimer Snavely
I'm terrified beyond belief.
41 posted on 04/27/2002 1:54:24 PM PDT by jayef
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To: jayef
The Serbs living in the Serbian province of Kosovo used to enjoy the low wage Albanian maids and gardeners, and also thought it was laughable that they could ever lose control of Albanian immigration, and eventually lose the province.

But they did.

42 posted on 04/27/2002 2:05:09 PM PDT by Travis McGee
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To: Travis McGee
Be careful. jayef and the other sheeple twits like him will be upset that you're using logic and facts which contradict their preconceived (and inaccurate) notions.

Sorry to say, the essay RLK wrote is exactly on target. And when the illegal aliens have effectively taken over "aztlan," they'll turn it back into a third-world barrio, to perfectly match the rest of Mexico. They're not smart enough to actually maintain (much less improve upon) the areas they've taken over. Their modus operandi is clear- overwhelm the local population, the local population leaves because they can't stand the filth and crime that the mexicans bring with them, and the mexicans then follow, looking for a handout, for under-the-table work, or for something good to steal.

Examined from another viewpoint, I don't have to respect the Mexicans. They're here illegally, their culture is one of being conquered (repeatedly), and have contributed nothing to the betterment of humanity. Funny thing- they hate it when you point out to them that, when they use the expression "la raza" (the race), they're describing themselves as "the race" in the language of their last conquerors...

Their only claim to fame is filth and corruption.

Is that racist...? Possibly. Is it accurate? Definitely.

FReegards,

43 posted on 04/27/2002 2:35:15 PM PDT by Capitalist Eric
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To: jayef
You're quite right of course. The transformation of the Southwest through illegal immigration into a corrupted copy of corrupted Mexico is beyond the realm of the conceivable. Nothing to be concerned about at all, obviously, because Bush has got Hispanic relatives.
44 posted on 04/27/2002 3:04:29 PM PDT by Mortimer Snavely
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To: Travis McGee
Well done, thou good and faithful consumer, enter now into the joys of foreign built consumer items.
45 posted on 04/27/2002 3:06:27 PM PDT by Mortimer Snavely
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To: Mulder
[Bush] lacks a REFLEXIVE coherent frame of reference to respect for individuality and freedom. Your statement sums up Bush pretty well. I've noticed that about him also.

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%That's why I voted a write-in vote for Alan keyes. I remember the debate between Bush, McCain, and Keyes. Bush and McCain were demanding companies produce medicines at various prices. Keyes blasted out, "What about involuntary servitude in this demand?" Beavis and Butthead laughed it off and drowned him out. But Keyes' first REFLEXIVE impulse was to demand accountability. Nobody is going to pull any stunts without serious questions on his watch.

47 posted on 04/27/2002 3:32:04 PM PDT by RLK
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To: jayef
Since you're from S.Carolina, you obviously can't see how bad it's gotten out here.

Therefore, I must conclude that for you, ignorance is a viable excuse.

Nothing else could explain your blatant stupidity on this subject. Hang out (for about a year) in S.California, Arizona, New Mexico or Texas, and then we'll see if you've learned anything...

BTW, clean up your act, lest you end up being banned. (And that wouldn't be much fun- it would be one less person for me to laugh at...)

48 posted on 04/27/2002 3:34:36 PM PDT by Capitalist Eric
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To: RLK
That's why I voted a write-in vote for Alan Keyes. ...

I wish I had done that or voted for Harry Browne. I was sucked into voting for the "conservative" Bush.

It won't happen again.

49 posted on 04/27/2002 3:38:16 PM PDT by Mulder
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To: Travis McGee
I'm so pissed, I'm speechless. I'm overcome with a terrible need to go shooting.

OTH, the essay is great reading.

50 posted on 04/27/2002 3:40:38 PM PDT by Marine Inspector
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