The Buchanan Side of Diversity 05.09.2007

Pat Buchanan has an article up that talks about what he thinks are the causes of the Virginia Tech massacre.

Almost no attention has been paid to the fact that Cho Seung-Hui was not an American at all, but an immigrant, an alien. Had this deranged young man who secretly hated us never come here, 32 people would heading home from Blacksburg for summer vacation.

Had he not been deranged, he wouldn’t have started killing. Had you run him over with your truck when he first deigned to put alien feet on this sacred soil, he wouldn’t have started kiling.

What was Cho doing here? How did he get in?

Because his parents were here. He got in because he was 8, and generally, the U.S. frowns upon forcing parents to give up their young children.

Cho was among the 864,000 Koreans here as a result of the Immigration Act of 1965, which threw the nation’s doors open to the greatest invasion in history, an invasion opposed by a majority of our people.

Ooh, invasion. Mr. Buchana, do you happen to be a regular visitor of the Utah Republican Party?

The devil made those Koreans invade our country! And by invade, I mean come here to study, to live, and to contribute to society.

Damn the weakness of these modern times! In the golden days, before 1970, if I were an invader, I’d crush my enemies, see them driven before me, and hear the lamentations of their women!

In stories about him, we learn he had no friends, rarely spoke, and was a loner, isolated from classmates and roommates.

Oh shit, Comic Book Guy is going to kill us all.

What happened in Blacksburg cannot be divorced from what’s been happening to America since the immigration act brought tens of millions of strangers to these shores, even as the old bonds of national community began to disintegrate and dissolve in the social revolutions of the 1960s

Sure it can. With a modicrum of logical thinking, you’d see that there are two attributes at work here:

  1. Cho was a crazy person, suffering from mental instabilities that plague many, many a blue-blooded, burger munching, football watching, rifle shooting American.

  2. Cho was Korean.

I, for one, tend to think that your average crazy person is more likely to do me harm than your average Korean.

But documents no matter how eloquent and words no matter how lovely do not a nation make. Before 1970, we were a people, a community, a country. Students would have said aloud of Cho: “Who is this guy? What’s the matter with him?”

Before 1970, students would have said aloud of Cho: “Who is this guy? What’s the matter with him? He should be in the colored classroom over their with the rest of that lot.”

Teachers would have taken action to get him help — or get him out.

In the pre-1970 days, teachers would crush their enemies, see their students driven before them, and hear the lamentation of their future socioeconomic success.

Those were real teachers.

Since the 1960s, we have become alienated from one another even as millions of strangers arrive every year. And as Americans no longer share the old ties of history, heritage, faith, language, tradition, culture, music, myth or morality, how can immigrants share those ties?

Shit, you mean other people besides immigrants can, what was it, have no friends, speak rarely, be a loner, and stay isolated from classmates and roommates?

Perish the thought! I thought all Americans stood around the roasted turkey and sang songs of joy and jubilation in our awesome sense of togetherness.

Many immigrants do not assimilate. Many do not wish to. They seek community in their separate subdivisions of our multicultural, multiracial, multiethnic, multilingual mammoth mall of a nation. And in numbers higher than our native born, some are going berserk here.

Damn Little Italy. Damn the French Quarter. Damn the Latino markets. If they were truly American — and by truly American I mean not crazy psycho killers invading our country — they’d live in our cities, drink our water, pay our taxes, contribute to our economy, and enrich our society.

Oh wait, they do. Shit.

Now, a series test questions. Given the following passages, say which attribute most likely contributed to the actions described.

A. Crazy psycho batshit insane.

B. Immigrant.

The 1993 bombers of the World Trade Center and the killers of 9-11 were all immigrants or illegals. Colin Ferguson, the Jamaican who massacred six and wounded 19 in an anti-white shooting spree on the Long Island Railroad, was an illegal. John Lee Malvo, the Beltway Sniper, was flotsam from the Caribbean.

I’m going to have to go with A.

Angel Resendez, the border-jumping rapist who killed at least nine women, was an illegal alien. Julio Gonzalez, who burned down the Happy Land social club in New York, killing 87, arrived in the Mariel boatlift.

Yeah, still A.

Ali Hassan Abu Kama, who wounded seven, killing one, in a rampage on the observation deck of the Empire State Building, was a Palestinian. As was Sirhan Sirhan, the assassin of Robert Kennedy.

A. And Oswald doesn’t count because it was never proven, and he’s still alive, and it was actually the magic bullet that circled around, killed John Kennedy, then traveled through time, appearing right behind Robert Kennedy’s head and striking him dead. I mean, i twas Sirhan Sirhan.

Gamil al-Batouti, the copilot who yelled, “I put my faith in Allah’s hands,” as he crashed his plane into the Atlantic after departing JFK Airport, killing 217, was an Egyptian.

A. And of course he was Egyptian. He was flying an EgyptAir plane. He was from Egypt.

I see now. By immigrant, you really mean “people who don’t live in the U.S.”

Mohammed Reza Taheri-azar, the UNC graduate who ran his SUV over nine people on Chapel Hill campus and said he was “thankful for the opportunity to spread the will of Allah,” was an Iranian.

A. Oh, very definitely A.

Juan Corona, who murdered 25 people in California to be ranked with the likes of Ted Bundy and John Wayne Gacy, was a Mexican

What was that about Ted Buny and John Wayne Gacy?

Where does one find such facts? On VDARE.com, a Website that covers the dark side of diversity covered up by a politically correct media, which seem to believe it is socially unhealthy for us Americans to see any correlation at all between mass migrations and mass murder.

Actually, I bet the real reason is that the media believes it’s idiotically retarded to make a concrete and all-encomppassing correlation between migrations and mass murder.

But are we really a better, safer, freer, happier, more united and caring country than we were before, against our will, we became what Theodore Roosevelt called “a polyglot boarding house for the world.”

Yes. And no.

Well, I’m not sure about the first. We are in a country that created the likes of Pat Buchanan.

Crazy? Check.

Psycho? Check.

Batshit insane? Checkity check check.

Next time you see Pat Buchanan angry, or lonely, or sad, or even a little constipated, be careful. He too might shoot you in the face.