Thursday, December 06, 2012

The Nativists had a point

Back in the 19th century, a powerful group of native-born White Protestant Americans were not happy about the massive numbers of Catholics --my people-- (and Jews) arriving in the country. The Nativists.

The 1965 Immigration Act, which opened the floodgates of Third World immigration and which has transformed America into an increasingly unrecognizable place increasingly inhospitable to its founding peoples, was sponsored and authored by Jews and Catholics: Celler, Hart and the execrable Theodore Kennedy.

The historical people, the White Anglo-Saxon Protestants, are now objects of suspicion and scorn.
The Nativists had a point.

If I were the Consul of New America, I'd certainly relieve the Church of any obligation to fund things against its ecclesiastical conscience, but I'd put these chaplains to the treason lobby on notice that aiding and abetting illegal immigration would be a hanging offense.

They might miss Obama.


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