Jared Taylor said at the AR Conference that he was a liberal until he realized a simple fact:

The answer to "Can't we all along together?" is "NO."

I LOVE short, straight statements like that.

I would like some American Renaissance member to judge whether this Bob's Blog entry is a pretty good summary of AR's view:

- Immigration Law IS Discrimination

President Carter's head of the INS stated flatly that, is it were up to her, she would let everybody into the United States without restrictions.

Nobody objected.

NOBODY objected.

Remember that this was in the late 1970s, when Pat Buchanan was saying that Americans died in World War II specifically to open Europe up to third world immigration, Joe Sobran was pro-immigration, and the official conservative doctrine was "free movement of good, services, and LABOR."

What if somebody were being appointed to the Civil Rights Commission and said that, as far as they were concerned, slavery was OK.

Do you think anybody would mention it?

They would say, as they have said in hearing after hearing, "You can't enforce civil rights law if you don't really BELIEVE in it."

Liberals and respectable conservatives agree that, to be a true American, you must believe that we are a nation of immigrants.

Liberals and respectable conservatives agree that a true American agrees that all mankind is ONE.

In fact, the official doctrine is that we are " a nation founded on the principle that all men are created equal." That's the PURPOSE of America.

Immigration law is founded on the idea that WE have a right to be here and THEY don't.

Immigration law is founded on the principle that there is a "we" and a "they."

So how can Real Americans and all the Little Americans in Europe who insist on the same ideas of "democracy" America does turn around and keep "them" out?

From the Wordist point of view, the "undocumented workers" marching to demand that all of Mexico be allowed into the United States are true Americans.

All who oppose them are NOT true Americans.

We don't BELONG here.

They do.

Remember, from the liberal and respectable conservatives' REQUIRED view of what constitutes an American, there is no "us" and "them."

You cannot argue for immigration restrictions and at the same time be a "real American" from the Wordist point of view. According to liberals and respectable conservatives you are un-American if you do not believe that an American is somebody who sincerely believes that this nation is dedicated to the proposition that all men are created equal, that all men are ONE.

Immigration law is based on the Preamble to the United States Constitution: "We the people of the United States and OUR posterity."

In July of 1863 Abraham Lincoln changed that preamble and substitute the preamble to the Declaration for it: "All men are created equal."

For Lincoln, that is what the Civil War was about: "We are now engaged in a great civil war to test whether a nation so dedicated can long endure."

National Review practically has a hernia insisting that it is Lincoln Magazine. Liberals swear by Lincoln's words.

Then NR expresses outrage and puzzlement that US immigration law is not enforced.

In Lincoln's day, there were no immigration laws. In the Gettysburg Address, he tacitly promised there never WOULD be.

How in the HELL can Big America and all the Little America's who insist they are just as multiracial enforce immigration laws?

Immigration law requires an "us" and a "them."

There will be no "us" and "them" until we learn to DISCRIMINATE again.