Thursday, July 3, 2014

Sam Francis on Immigration

Over at the Unz Review, Ron Unz is performing yet another public service by archiving and making available a number of writings by the late, great Sam Francis. Francis coined the term "Anarcho-tyranny," which is the situation that obtains when the government ignores actual crime and criminals but instead carefully regulates and harasses law-abiding citizens.

And what better example of anarcho-tyranny can be found than our current practice of not deporting illegal aliens and giving them all sorts of freebies, while enforcing all sorts of anti-discrimination laws and anti-self-defense policies to make it impossible for Americans to protect themselves against the resultant tide of Third-World criminals?

For more on the concept of Anarcho-Tyranny, go HERE. For more Sam Francis columns on this and other subjects, go HERE.

Note that the column below is from ten years ago, but it's just as timely now, if not more so.

Anarcho-Tyranny—Where Multiculturalism Leads
BY  • DECEMBER 30, 2004

In Europe, if not in the United States, some people are beginning to grasp that just maybe they made a mistake when they decided to welcome millions of immigrants over the last several decades.
The most recent European to get it is former West German Chancellor Helmut Schmidt, who has been making noises about the damage he and his colleagues have inflicted on their own societies.
Interviewed in a Hamburg newspaper last month, Mr. Schmidt confessed, “The concept of multiculturalism is difficult to make fitwith a democratic society” and that importing thousands of Turkishgastarbeiter, or foreign guest workers, into Germany over the last several decades was a bit of a boo-boo.
Quibcag: Again, not literally a quibcag, because it's too serious for a cute illustration. The actual illustration was found on the net, and is probably a much more accurate depiction of the refugee "children" that Obama and Pelosi and their ilk are welcoming to our country.

1 comment:

  1. Sam Francis wrote a lot of great paragraphs. However, if you only ever get to read five of them, these five, from his essay entitled, "Racialpolitik," from the February 1995 issue of Chronicles, should be it. Sam single handedly (or should that be single pen-dedly?) took on and eviscerated the notion that this or any other country is or should be or can be a "proposition nation" or "credal nation."

    I tried to submit all five paragraphs in this comment, but it exceeded your 4096 character limit. So here's the URL: