Thursday, June 12, 2008

Immigration, Integration, and the illusion of Inclusion : Introduction

The demands of a normal life have led to a recent decrease in posts but fear not, the party has just begun. Now I don't know about you, but I have had it up to here with the preposterous excuse of a "debate" on immigration. Sanity no longer prevails as fanatics, terrorists, and blithering racist idiots have seized control of the discourse(exhibit A on the right), or maybe it was always this way and people are just now beginning to notice it. This will be a series of posts on the topic of immigration, and its not going to be pretty. We'll be covering everything from migration trends to the rise of neo-nazism and the scape goating of minorities in post-cold war Europe, and America. Oh, and the ultimate guide to the manufactured Danish hate cartoon crisis will be up as well. Now we've all heard terms like "parallel societies," "Eurabia," "Islamification," "ghettoization" and other equally farcical rubbish from the usual suspects. And just to show we're going to be absolutely unhindered in political uncorrectness, the collaboration of judeofascists and neo-nazi shaboos goyim will also be scrutinized. Yes, indeedy...theres going to be a lot of toes stepped on.
So what exactly is integration? Glad you asked. Got a job? Speak the language? Law abiding citizen? Yeah? Guess what, you're integrated. Working at it? Great, keep it up. Assimilation? No thanks, I have no desire or wish to become a carbon copy of anyone else(didn't work out too well for Jacko), I have my own identity and regardless of where I am, thats not going to change. The days of European illiterates languishing like drugged critters on Ellis Island are over, so don't expect intelligent, educated, and above all, hard working people to become third class citizens, at least not quietly. Don't get me wrong, I am opposed to illegal immigration(the Middle East has a massive problem with illegals = askheNAZI terrorists and the KKK(Krusader Kool-aid Krew) in Iraq), but don't let people into the country and then proceed to make their lives hell. This brings us to the topic of the next post, which is the myth of multiculturalism...

7 comments:

George Carty said...

I can understand Islamophobia, but I can't understand racism - when I read about anti-Mexican bigotry in the United States I'm left thinking "What are they afraid of? There ain't no such thing as a Mexican Shari'ah!"

DrMaxtor said...

But Islamophobia IS a form of racism, George. The rhetoric against Mexicans in the US is the same as that of Muslims in Europe. Mexicans are accused of wanting to "take over" the South Western US. "La Raza," "reconquista," "MeCha," "brown berets" etc.
The common threat : brown and black folk.

George Carty said...

I think the proportion of Muslims who are are Islamists is far greater than the proportion of Mexican immigrants who want to establish an anti-White racist regime in the American Southwest.

Islamophobia may be evil for the same reason that racism is evil (because both ideologies lead in extremis to genocide), but that does not mean that Islamophobia is a form of racism...

George Carty said...

By the way, if Islamophobia is a form of racism, are anti-Semitism and Christianophobia also forms of racism?

If not what is the difference?

DrMaxtor said...

We've been through this before George, there is no such thing as "Islamism." Islamist is up there with jihadist and now wahhabist in my book. Totally stupid meaningless word that attempts to Anglicize an Arabic word, advertise it as intellectual and with deep meaning while actually only superficially pretending to bypass the connotations that are invariably associated with it by its religious context. In reality, it's those connotations and the religious context which are being manipulated to put the religion of Islam in new, hateful, bigoted, misrepresented terminology.
Antisemitism is indeed racism, and a part of Islamophobia, particularly aimed at Arabs who are the largest group of Semites in the world. I don't know what "Christophobia" is, but if it encompasses homogenizing an entire group of people as a "race" for relentless attacks, then that is racism.

George Carty said...

In my view the word "Islamist" has been misused by bigots, but shouldn't be abandoned altogether. I'd define an "Islamist" as a "person who would like to live in a Shari'ah state". How is that a bigoted definition?

George Carty said...

As for Christianophobia, that is definitely not racist because it is simply fear of hatred of the Christian religion itself.