How hard is this, people? Why can't the talking heads grasp this principle? Sometimes it's easier to look at a principle as it manifests in another country, so as to make it more objective. Prince Albert II is the ruler of Monaco. His primary concern should be the welfare of the people of:
B. West Virginia
Got it? Good for you! Now, the problem is, how do we get our politicians, pundits and social justice warriors to understand this? How do we get the idiots running San Francisco to comprehend that their responsibility to do what they can to keep people like Kathryn Steinle from being murdered is actually more important than their self-presumed duty to provide a nice place for people like Juan Francisco Lopez- Sanchez to hang out when he's tired of being in his own country, Mexico. [link]
Seriously, how do we explain this to people? The same people — liberals, neocons, flaky libertarians — keep telling us that it's our responsibility to provide sanctuary for anybody on Earth who wants it, and that our government is doing the right thing, somehow, when it lets in thousands and thousands of "refugees" who do indeed rape and murder, and that if we object to that, we're racists or bigots or whatever the insult of the week is.
Essentially, these people are saying that we have no right to ask our government to give us minimal protection by even attempting to keep criminals from walking right over the border and setting up operations.
And as for any attempt to preserve Western Culture by screening immigrants, forget that. Our elites have told us time and time again that all cultures are equal.
And now, from Unz Review [link], Philip Giraldi:
Quibcag: The first one is illustrated by somebody's rendition of Girls und Panzer (ガールズ&パンツァーGāruzu ando Pantsā) and if you're wondering how on Earth I made that connection, it's because I was intrigued by the notion that Edmund Burke might have been a gamer, with particular reference to that anime, which is advocated by this site [link]. The second is an old one, and I have no idea where I got the illustration. But if Solzhenitsyn has any influence left, I like passing this quote around, because it turns multiculturalism over on its head.