Thursday, December 6, 2007

Why the HBD movement scares me

Posts like these on vdare are disturbing when they begin to imply that the US is Christian, white nation and that's it.

"Cho was among the 864,000 Koreans here as a result of the Immigration Act of 1965, which threw the nation's doors open to the greatest invasion in history, an invasion opposed by a majority of our people. Thirty-six million, almost all from countries whose peoples have never fully assimilated in any Western country, now live in our midst."

My parents came over in that wave. I was born in the US and consider it my home and will die to protect it. Why do people destroy their cause by saying things like this?

I understand restricting mexican immigration because they do not have the skills necessary for our economy. I understand restricting Islamic immigration because they attacked us on 9/11. But saying that unless someone is a white Christian he won't fit in the US?


Sleep said...

I wouldnt exactly call VDare a Human Biodiversity site. I've never even seen that term used by anyone other than you and Steve Sailer. Most VDare people aren't the type that reads about IQs and genes and all that. I would say they are best described as an alliance of persons seeking *cultural* homogeneity for the United States even if it means keeping high-IQ Asian and Indian immigrants out. And there are probably 100 VDare supporters for every "HBD realism" supporter (or whatever that new euphemism was supposed to be). After all, many VDare columnists are famous enough to be known to the general public. So no, I don't think they're smothering their cause. Though I think blaming the Koreans as a whole for Cho is pretty ridiculous. Whoever wrote that would probably not say it out loud on the television.

PTL said...

I understand restricting Korean immigration because too many Americans have died for them in the 50s with no retribution of the like what so ever.

More seriously, I understand restricting East Asian immigration because they are culturally different aliens and because the high or low ranking, but especially the high ones, job posts they hold could be in the hands of Americans or European immigrants who are culturally alike.

By the way, East Asians are a very ugly people. I understand restricting East Asian immigration because it's making America uglier.


I understand you are in favour or against immigration.
I just don't understand how you being a Korean think you're better than all the other Third Worlders.

Is it because you make more money? Are you that materialistic? You think you should be here basd on that fact? That is disgusting you see. And that's Korean, or better, East Asian trait that is the best argument that can be used in order to prevent the entry of other Koreans in America.

Don't think you're different or better than the other Third Worlders just because you make more money. You don't fit better than them and if you fit, that is because America is that sick.

PTL said...

Of course you can't blame Koreans for the deeds of one man that happened to be Korean, that's ridiculous.

But also ridiculous is the notion that Koreans have somewhat more rights to be in the United States than Mexicans, blacks or any non-European peoples.

Anonymous said...

Oh what do you know? As an Asian male you're just a pawn in the elitist white's race game (And Michelle Malkin is the prototypical Asian female ready to sell you down the river in a heartbeat for him!)

Welcome to America. Enjoy your stay.