With the smashing success of Ann Coulter’s new book ¡Adios, America! and the rise of the Trumpenkrieg, there is a lot for immigration restrictionists to celebrate about. However, it may be too little too late. White babies born today are already a minority. Also, Whites are projected to be a minority by the year 2045. So how did we get here? For those of you high time preference goys who are too lazy to invest the time to read the masterpiece that is Kevin MacDonald’s Culture of Critique, I will attempt to summarize his findings about the influence of Jewish intellectuals and organizations in fighting for a liberalized immigration policy.
The first question I am sure that some of you may be asking is, Why would Jews want a multicultural society? Multiculturalism serves both internal and external Jewish interests. Internally, it serves the interests of Jews because it allows for Jews to overtly advocate for policies in their interests rather than in a cryptic manner (similar to the NAACP and NCLR), thus legitimizing the preservation of a minority culture in the midst of a majority’s host society. Externally, it benefits Jewish interests because they simply become just another group in a sea of various ethnic groups, thus making it difficult to unite society in opposition to Jews. Historically, Jews have not fared well in ethnically homogeneous societies.
Now let us venture into the echoey history of American immigration policy.
One of the very first advocates for multiculturalism was Horace Kallen. In 1915, Kallen wrote an essay titled Democracy versus The Melting Pot, where he refuted sociologist Edward A. Ross, a Darwinian, who argued that different groups would be in competition for resources (the term “melting pot” was actually popularized by one Israel Zangwill in 1908). Kallen advocated that different ethnic groups should be allowed to remain genetically and culturally cohesive while participating in American democracy. Kallen is credited with coining the term “cultural pluralism”. It is also noteworthy that Kallen went on to be involved in several important Jewish organizations: The American Jewish Congress (AJCongress) and The Zionist Organization of America (ZOA). Kallen’s ideas became very popular in Zionist circles, especially with Supreme Court Justice Louis D. Brandeis, who was a prominent leader in the American Zionist movement and the ZOA.
So with that background information out of the way, let the games begin!
Immigration Act of 1924 (Johnson-Reed Act)
In 1921, the Emergency Immigration Act was passed and established quotas that used a National Origin Formula. This act was later revised in 1924 with the Johnson-Reed Act. It faced considerable opposition from Jewish organizations that advocated to open up the borders.
Our good goy buddy Edward A. Ross noted that Jews had a powerful interest in immigration policy:
Hence the endeavor of the Jews to control the immigration policy of the United States. Although theirs is but a seventh of our net immigration, they left the fight on the Immigration Commission’s bill. The power of the million Jews in the Metropolis lined up the Congressional delegation from New York in solid opposition to the literacy test. The systemic campaign in newspaper and magazines to break down all arguments for restriction to calm nativist fears is waged by and for one race. Hebrew money is behind the National Liberal Immigration League and its numerous publications. From the paper before the commercial body or the scientific association to the heavy treatise produced with the aid of the Baron de Hirsh Fund, the literature that proves the blessings of immigration to all classes in America emanates from subtle Hebrew brains.
Let us take a look at who the Director of the National Liberal Immigration League is. Why, it’s Nissim Behar, Sephardic Jew and ardent Zionist. Behar was an irritation to Louis Marshall of the American Jewish Committee (AJCommittee) because they wanted to downplay the fact the it was only Jews involved in advocating opening up the borders. Herbert Friedenwald, the AJCommittee secretary, wrote that is was “very difficult to get any people except Jews stirred up in this fight.” The AJCommittee fought actively against any bill that restricted immigration to White persons. Louis Marshall, of the AJCommittee testified before the House Committee on Immigration and Naturalization in 1924 stating that the bill echoed sentiments of the KKK and that “we have room in this country for ten times the population we have.” Similarly Rabbi Stephen S. Wise of the AJCongress testified at House Hearings saying “the right of every man outside of America to be considered fairly and equitably and without discrimination.” Also notable were the Representatives who were opposed to immigration restrictions: Sabath, Jacobstein, Celler, Dickstein, and Perlman (all heebs).
Luckily, the evil goyim won out. Calvin Coolidge signed it into the law and their efforts preserved White America for almost 40 years. Round 1 to the goys in the hood!
Jewish Anti-Restrictionism from 1924 to 1965
As you can imagine, this caused a great deal of Yiddish butthurt throughout the land that they lost the 1924 immigration battle. To quote a writer from the Jewish Tribune in 1927, “We regard all measures for regulating immigration according to nationality as illogical, unjust, and un-American” (Oy vey!). Remember Representative Dickstein from the previous immigration battle, well between the years of 1933 and 1938, he introduced several bills to increase the number of refugees from Nazi Germany but the shitlord restrictionsists prevailed. Shitlords in the State Department such as Wilbur Carr and William Phillips were extremely influential in minimizing the entry of Jewish refugees during the 1930s. Jews became concerned that immigration restriction was anti-Semitic due to the 1924 Act which favored immigrants from NW Europe over SE Europe, where many Jews immigrated from and because of the refusal to accept refugees from Germany during the 1930s.
Another immigration battle ensued with the McCarran-Walter Act of 1952. The 1952 Immigration Act would retain the nation of origin quotas from the 1924 Act. Once again, they were at it again. Groups like the AJCommittee and Communist Party USA (CPUSA) both opposed the 1952 Act. CPUSA at this time was a hotbed for Jewish radicalism with about 40% of membership estimated to be Jewish. The AJCommittee played a major role in influencing recommendations for President Truman’s Commission on Immigration and Naturalization (PCIN). The PCIN was chaired by Philip Perlman and the staff of the commission contained a high percentage of Jews. The PCIN report was endorsed by the AJCongress in their publication the Congress Weekly. Senator McCarran accused the PCIN of being a bunch of pinko commies and the House Un-American Activities Committee (HUAC) opened a can of McCarthyist whoopass by releasing a report stating that “some two dozen Communists and many times that number with records of repeated affiliation with known Communist enterprises testified before the Commission…” The report referred particularly to communists associated with the American Committee for the Protection of Foreign Born (ACPFB) which was headed by Abner Green (heeb). Over two dozen commies from this organization met with the PCIN.
Even with all this, President Truman vetoed the bill but the veto was overriden. Later on, Based Senator McCarran (author of the bill) went on to state that subverting the national origins system “would, in the course of a generation or so, tend to change the ethnic and cultural composition of this nation.” Round 2 goes to the goyim once again.
Immigration and Nationality Act of 1965 (Hart-Celler Act)
The final showdown would be with the Hart-Celler Act. Remember Celler from the 1924 debate? Yeah, well, he was the author of this immigration bill which abolished the National Origins Formula. The bill also deëmphasized the criterion that immigrants should have needed skills. Finally, the bill also allowed for family-based emphasis regulations that have allowed for the “chaining” phenomenon where a single immigrant can generate over two dozen visas for in-laws, cousins, etc.
In the Senate hearings for the 1965 bill, Senator Jacob Javits would play a prominent role. Javits was Jewish. He had previously authored an essay in 1951 entitled “Let’s open the gates” that proposed an immigration level of 500,000 per year for 20 years without regard for nations of origin. In 1961, he proposed a bill to destroy the national origins quota system. He also aimed at removing barriers due to race and ethnicity.
Emmanuel Celler, the author of the bill as mentioned previously, has been battling for 40 years now for open borders immigration. Jewish organizations (American Council for Judaism Philanthropic Fund, Council of Jewish Federations & Welfare Funds and B’nai B’rith Women) filed briefs in support of the 1965 Act. Also, organizations like the ACLU and the Americans for Democratic Action filed briefs (both had large Jewish memberships).
Both the House and Senate voted overwhelmingly in favor of the 1965 Act. The heebs won and the rest is history.
I agree with Kevin MacDonald’s belief that Europeans must start thinking of themselves as a group from here on out. We do not have the luxury to be individualists anymore. We should be thinking purely in identitarian terms from here on out. This is much more difficult than it sounds. Firstly, people of European descent have financial incentives to support their own dispossession. Also, people of European stock (especially Northern and Western European, like the majority of US Whites) have evolved to be extremely individualistic. We have built extremely individualistic societies over the centuries. Sadly, we have invited large numbers of ethnic groups who are nowhere near as individualistic as we are and they have no problem viewing themselves as a group. If we do not think of ourselves as a collective, then we will lose out in Darwinian resource competition to other ethnic/racial groups.
MacDonald, Kevin. 1998. Culture of Critique
MacDonald, Kevin. 1998. Jewish Involvement in Shaping American Immigration Policy, 1881-1965: A Historical Review
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