August 7, 2013

A Confederacy of Whores v. D.A. King

The New York Times profiles former VDARE.com contributor D.A. King:
National Push by a Local Immigration Activist: No G.O.P. Retreat 
By JULIA PRESTON 
ATLANTA — He says the United States is filling up with immigrants who do not respect the law or the American way of life. He refers to Latino groups as “the tribalists,” saying they seek to impose a divisive ethnic agenda. Of his many adversaries, he says: “The illegal alien lobby never changes. It’s the Wall Street wing of the Republican Party joining forces with the Chamber of Commerce, the far left and the Democrats in an effort to expand cheap labor and increase voting for the Democratic Party.”

As Jonathan Swift might have said if he were alive today: "When a true patriot appears in the nation, you may know him by this sign, that the whores are all in confederacy against him."
D. A. King, who quit his job as an insurance agent a decade ago to wage a full-time campaign against illegal immigration in Georgia, is one reason this state rivals Arizona for the toughest legal crackdown in the country. With his Southern manners and seersucker jackets, he works the halls of the gold-domed statehouse, familiar to all, polite and uncompromising. 
Now, like other local activists around the country, he is looking beyond Georgia to stop the House of Representatives from following the Senate and passing legislation that would open a path to legal status for illegal immigrants. 
As lawmakers return to their home districts for the August recess, advocates like Mr. King are joining forces with national groups that oppose legalization and favor reduced immigration for an all-out populist push. ...
The zeal of militants like Mr. King is a problem for the House speaker, John A. Boehner of Ohio, and other Republican leaders, who are hoping to steer their divided caucus to pass a House version of legislation to fix the broken immigration system, which could include legal status for those who lack it — though probably not citizenship. 
Mr. King’s “respectful but firm” message for the speaker, he said in an interview, is that “any vote for legalization would be a matter of very great consequence for the people who voted for conservative congressmen from Georgia.” 
Mr. King says his wrath grew slowly, beginning in the 1990s with a feud with Mexican neighbors who disrupted the quiet of his leafy street. In Mr. King’s account, they parked fleets of run-down vehicles on their lawn and at one point housed 22 people in a jerry-built warren of rental rooms in the basement. 
He took the neighbor to court over code violations, and the conflict boiled for seven years until the family moved away. 
A visit in 2004 to the Southwest border convinced Mr. King that the country was facing “what was easily described as an invasion.” Returning to Georgia, he made common cause with the struggling father of a teenage boy killed in a car accident by a reckless driver who was an illegal immigrant. He named his organization the Dustin Inman Society, after the boy. 
... He nonetheless spared little in his description of Senator Marco Rubio, the Florida Republican who was one of the authors of the Senate bill, calling him a “smarmy and dishonest” turncoat. During the Senate debate, Mr. King designed and paid for thousands of bumper stickers as well as three large billboards along a commuter highway near Atlanta. 
“Help us stop RubiObama amnesty!” one big sign read, with President Obama’s name joined by his hallmark red-white-and-blue letter to that of Senator Rubio.
His billboards instructed drivers to call a senator from Georgia, Johnny Isakson. Mr. Isakson, who supported a comprehensive bill in 2007, voted against the Senate legislation this year. 
In Georgia, Mr. King has not been afraid to take on many adversaries, including the farmers and growers, business organizations, labor unions and Latinos. A big-shouldered former Marine, he often shows up with his own placards at rallies called by his opponents — just to let them know he is watching. 
“I was taught that we have an American culture to which immigrants will assimilate,” Mr. King said. “And I am incredibly resentful that’s not what’s happening anymore.” 
Mr. King, 61, runs his one-man operation from the small guest room of his home on a tree-shaded cul-de-sac in the Atlanta suburb of Marietta, equipped with an aging desktop computer and a chair that he acknowledges “needs a new coat of duct tape.” He lives on small donations, and to keep it all going he spent down his savings, ran up his credit cards, refinanced his house three times and “sold the stock my grandmother left me.” 
... Mr. King wants a lot more enforcement before the House does anything else on immigration. He sees the Senate bill as a scheme by Democrats to create legions of new government-dependent voters for their party. He feels certain House Republicans will ultimately reject it. 
“The tribalists will not make any difference with any Republican who has enough sense to get on an airplane every Monday and fly to Washington,” Mr. King said. 
... But Jerry Gonzalez, a Latino leader in Georgia who is one of Mr. King’s oldest rivals, pointed to new demographics that House lawmakers would have to consider. The number of registered Latino voters in the state grew to 184,000 in 2012 from 10,000 a decade earlier, with more than 200,000 legal immigrants eligible to become citizens. 
“If the Republican Party gets stuck with D. A. King and his extremist xenophobic narrative, they are setting themselves up for future failure,” said Mr. Gonzalez, executive director of the Georgia Association of Latino Elected Officials, or Galeo. 
Iron-Eyes Boehner,
chief of the Oompa-Loompa tribe

Louis XIV had inscribed on his cannons "The final argument of kings." Electing a new people is the final argument of the confederacy of whores. And absolutely none of them feel the slightest shame about importing ringers to win American elections.
One worrisome sign for Mr. King is that his donations are not increasing. But he is forging ahead, putting up new billboards on Georgia highways — and planning one with the face of John Boehner.

19 comments:

IHTG said...

I thought it was a Confederacy of Dunces...?

Whiskey said...

Bottom line "Whiteness failed" to paraphrase SBDL.com. Whites don't want a White ethnic state, because of the advantages non-Whites have over Whites.

NE Asians are smarter, so Whites want lots of NE Asians. Blacks are more charismatic, dominant, and masculine, so Whites want more Blacks in the country, and elected one President given the first opportunity to do so. Hispanics are more "vibrant" (read: ruthlessly tribal) than Whites so Whites want more of them.

D.A. King might as well be Canute's men at the sea. No way do even most Whites want a majority White nation, anywhere on the planet. This is as true as the successful canonization of Ray Lewis in the NFL, to the idolization of LeBron James and Barack Obama by Whites, of their own free will, with no one putting guns to their heads.

This is at heart the complete weakness of White people -- White guys are not as smart and clannish as the NE Asians nor as charismatic/dominant and violent as Africans nor as tribalistic as Latinos. And most White women don't like their men very much save when they exhibit those attitudes in real life and fiction: Bill Clinton, Walter White, Edward Cullen, Scott Peterson, Drew Peterson, Don Draper, etc.

Bottom line is that even if we built a giant massive wall around the entire US (which will never happen), already the kids born in the US (who are citizens by that fact) are majority non-White as of 2011. For 2012 the numbers doubtless will be even more disparate. And in fact the House of Reps is waiting to roll over, because most Whites don't like themselves very much or rather their men: too intelligent, not cruel enough, too "nice" and respectful, too law abiding. White guys just pale against tribal unity or violent/anarchic-charismatic dominance.

At this point Camp of the Saints looks prophetic, and so does Enoch Powell. Anyone thinking any other outcome is likely is delusional. This is the cost of defeat, which was pretty much accomplished in 1986 thanks to Reagan.

Anonymous said...

Boehner may well be a true believer. His daughter married a construction worker from Jamaica. I've long suspected the number of true believers among the top .1% is among the highest of any demographics. Take W. for instance too.

Maguro said...

It's a Confederacy of Douchebags.

Matthew said...

A new poll shows US Rep. Tom Cotton, an amnesty opponent, leading Sen. David Pryor in the 2014 Arkansas senate race after only just announcing, and Lindsey Graham has already attracted three challengers, including a state senator and the first female Citadel graduate.

This is the kind of news we need. These are the kinds of stories that will stiffen the spines of vascillating House members and get them to oppose amnesty.

A very large share of the Republicans who voted for cloture on the 2006 amnesty bill are now gone from office. Some (Ted Stevens and Craig Thomas) are dead. Some (Larry Craig and Trent Lott) are disgraced. Some (Arlen Specter) are dead and disgraced. Some intended to leave and cast a pro-amnesty vote to ensure ex post facto bribes from the business lobby. But some lost (Arlen Specter, Gordon Smith, Bob Bennett, and Norm Coleman).

2014 will bring a new class of ex-congressmen who betrayed their party and lived to rue the day. I'm guessing it will be an especially large one.

Anonymous said...

As a Canadian, I find it very strange that America deploys troops all over the world safeguarding the borders of other countries while having a totally open, broken and vulnerable border right on its own national territory. For example the USA keeps 28,00 troops (still!) in South Korea to protect its 160 mile border with the north while having almost no troops at all protecting its 1,954 mile border with Mexico. If the USA protected its southern border to the same extent as it does Seoul's, it would work out to about 342,000 troops deployed in the southwest. Very strange.

jody said...

good man.

i like how his long time rival points to the growing legions of mexicans, mostly who will vote democrat, and says "See, you were wrong," perhaps not realizing that it proves king was exactly correct.

almost like the city council in detroit ganging up on the few lone holdouts who were trying to stop the destruction of of the city, and saying "Look at how many blacks we have aligned against you, looks like you are wrong," again probably not realizing they are merely proving the last holdouts were correct.

the argument from mexican agitators seems to be, open the border and let us all in so we can outnumber you and beat you down and outvote you and take over your country, otherwise we'll get together in a big group and outnumber you and beat you down and outvote you and take over your country.

huh? so what's my option here?

Anonymous said...

1. This guy sounds like a real hero. Good for him.

2. Jody is right about Jerry Gonzalez's argument. It reminds me of how Andy Vidak's 50-point loss of the Hispanic vote in California is supposed to demonstrate the necessity of being pro-amnesty.

In fact, the take-away drawn by any conservative Republican with a brain should be, "Don't let Hispanics develop a critical mass in your district."

3. Cultural Marxism means never having to admit that you *are* the Man. Here you have this Jimmy Stuart-esque citizen-activist, but no, it's the Mark Zuckerbergs of the country who are apparently the scrappy underdogs fighting to overthrow the un-diverse, white-bread order.



Hepp said...

"Boehner may well be a true believer. His daughter married a construction worker from Jamaica."

Yeah, that's pretty indicative.

"I've long suspected the number of true believers among the top .1% is among the highest of any demographics. Take W. for instance too. "

Well, Trivers taught us that the most convincing and successful liars are those that fool themselves.

Jack Hanson said...

So how do we donate to this guy?

Anonymous said...

Jody

Great comment

cinc210 said...

I was reading about two construction companies own by the workers One was into healthcare construction, and it seems to have benefits for the workers. This may be another way of killing the illegal immigrant cat by having companies own by the workers since they will look at more of the workers well being.

Anonymous said...

The state of Georgia is only 10 percent Hispanic, its not Texas or California by a long shot. There are some cities where the Hispanics are 30 percent but there is a town John Creek which is 30 percent Asian and Asians probably only make up 5 percent of the state. Outside of Texas or Arizona of Florida Republicans don't have to deal with Latinos much.

Anonymous said...

The best way to fight this, is to have some Republicans require if you want money for price supports for agricultural, then R and D in robotics should be done and this can be government money as well. Speed up robots from 10 years to 5 years for farm workers and then apply to maids and janitors as well, then a lot less business would want Hispanic workers since in the long term the robots are cheaper. The right has moan about illegal immigration for 30 years but the best thing is to stop the job magnet by replacing in major illegal immigrant industries by robots or a lawn mover that can do the work without an immirgant.

Anonymous said...

Well, what is interesting is the manufacturing association is on board for the gang of 8, some of its engineers but as I mention before some low skilled manufacturing uses illegal immigrants, food processing and garment work are number one in this respect. Years ago I got a job temp a temp agency, the company employed mainly Hispanic immigrants. On the other hand, even low 9 per hr jobs in manufacturing are asking for high school or GED, so in a sense there support for more Hispanic or Asian immigrants is a condradction.

Anonymous said...

On one side the main media outlets and a rapidly hardening consensus among billionaires (including the Koch brothers), on the other a lone arranger digging himself into a financial hole because white Americans won't give meaningful support to so called 'populist' immigration control.

Did Boehner move to a black area and send his daughter to school there? Fact is a surprising number of well educated white women go for men who don't appear to have anything going for them, except that they're reasonably well spoken, and black. As I heard the parent of one such girl rhetorically ask: 'what are you going to do?'

Anonymous said...

Did Boehner move to a black area and send his daughter to school there? Fact is a surprising number of well educated white women go for men who don't appear to have anything going for them, except that they're reasonably well spoken, and black. As I heard the parent of one such girl rhetorically ask: 'what are you going to do?'
8/8/13, 9:50 AM
The black that his daughter married might have been smarter than Boehner, that not surprising. Boehner own a bar I think or the family did.

countenance said...

This mentions his relatively small war chest. If he spends what he has effectively, it can make a big impact. FAIR is spending $200K in and around Paul Ryan's district thumping him for his support of amnesty and open borders while various cities in and near Ryan's district have high unemployment rates. If that leads to an immigration patriot primarying Ryan and beating him in 2014 on the immigration issue, and it is know that immigration is the reason, it's going to have a big effect and resonate far and wide. Remember, Paul Ryan is the head of the House Budget Committee and was his own party's nominee for Vice-President last year. Take him out and all the RINO/Plutocrat open borders types will be running for the hills.

Anonymous said...

This mentions his relatively small war chest. If he spends what he has effectively, it can make a big impact. FAIR is spending $200K in and around Paul Ryan's district thumping him for his support of amnesty and open borders while various cities in and near Ryan's district have high unemployment rates. If that leads to an immigration patriot primarying Ryan and beating him in 2014 on the immigration issue, and it is know that immigration is the reason, it's going to have a big effect and resonate far and wide. Remember, Paul Ryan is the head of the House Budget Committee and was his own party's nominee for Vice-President last year. Take him out and all the RINO/Plutocrat open borders types will be running for the hills.
Better said than done, both VP and Republican candidates for Presidents have Paul Ryan's thinking. The elite will fight back as they have for about the last 13 years form when W became president Rino, some of the best guys are considred rinos like Pete Wilson or Jan Brewer the worst are sometimes hardcore right wingers like Jeff Flake and Grover Noruqist.