Thanks to Mike Enoch for this graphic. Mike tweeted earlier today that phone lines at the White House are swamped, so use this online contact form if they still are. Trump has made at least one tweet about the “caravan.”
Anyone who’s read the prophetic novel “The Camp of the Saints,” written by a prominent French author and published in 1973, surely thought of that book’s soul-scouring look into our present future when the first small column of only about 1350 third-worlders was recently reported wending its way through Mexico toward our southern border.
It’s only 1350 persons, just as an initial small flurry of snow is only the beginning of a blizzard.
But a group marching openly toward our border, preaching the righteousness of their purpose and expecting quite correctly that when they arrive they will be granted some kind of entry, with at the very least the opportunity to try again if they are returned to the non-U.S. side of the border, is a significant change in the sneak-in-if-you-can (but try again if you can’t) style in which the third world has been allowed in recent decades to flood into the U.S. through our southern border.
A nation obviously has the right to protect itself from invading hordes. What will likely be needed soon if not already is an arrangement comparable in serious intent to the former East Germany’s two stout walls or fences with a no-man’s land in-between that was mined and under rifle fire directed against any non-permitted entrants, which very effectively kept people in the Communist territory during the Cold War.
The kind of assault represented by this small column now approaching our border could grow momentously very quickly, and our country is obviously not prepared for that. Not prepared militarily at the border, and not prepared morally anywhere, since nearly every institution of our country has been commandeered by anti-whites who openly call for White Genocide, calling it “diversity.”
“Diversity” means chasing down the last white person
Anyone who hasn’t read “The Camp of the Saints” may want to. Look for it mis-shelved under “fiction.”