Uncle Sam to the Rescue: Thinking Ahead on the Refugee Crisis


Those who’ve been paying close attention to what’s happening with Germany’s self-inflicted (Merkel-inflicted?) economic migrant invasion are familiar with the iconic village of Sumte which has been ordered to accept as many as 750 immigrants, over seven times its current population! The situation is surreal. After all, if the oligarchs have moved past that previous point where “White Genocide” was understood to be an abstract gradual thing and have moved on to genocidal population displacement as a concrete and immediate thing, what are the European people to do?

I know that the easy answer (idly accepting the erasure of one’s nation, community, and family) isn’t the honorable and Christian answer. I honestly don’t understand the collective German mind well enough to know how this will play out, though I suspect that working-class and East German frustration will boil over into a full-blown political crisis when the full social and economic ramifications of this seemingly limitless mass migration manifest in their daily lives.

There are only two options for saving the West’s political coalition; a draconian round-up and removal of the millions of recent migrants . . . or an American mass-migration bailout package. America and Canada are the only members of the NATO coalition socially, economically, politically, and logistically capable of absorbing this sort of shock to the system without coming undone. Nobody appears to be considering that potentiality, and I may very well be missing something. But it appears to me that we’re heading for the immigration equivalent of the bailout predicament we experienced back in 2008, where the political class panics and forces a wildly unpopular imposition on the American people in the name of precluding global anarchy.

It’s unthinkable, but the other alternatives are even more unthinkable, in my estimation. Russia Today is already crowing about the impending mayhem: “Migrant crisis pushing Germany towards ‘anarchy and civil war.” They may be getting a bit ahead of themselves, but it’s difficult to see how there will be anything other than chaos, especially as it dawns on the economic migrants that they will not receive the experience afforded to previous waves of migrants. They’ll become sullen, aggressive, and even violent with each passing day that they spend in makeshift accommodations in repurposed warehouses in unwelcoming and unimpressive small towns sprinkled about the countryside. The coming winter will do nothing to lift their sour moods.

Even if the German people keep their cool, remain friendly, and ensure that all of the “refugees” are humanely attended to, this situation is going to deteriorate. The very word “humane” implies the bare minimum of food and shelter that humans require to subsist. These people, even the legitimate refugees sprinkled among them, didn’t come all that way for food and shelter. They came for a dream of prosperity, of a first-world lifestyle, and of esteem. The economic migrants came with fantastical expectations about the Western European experience which simply can’t be delivered. It’s an experience which was explicitly promised to them by relatives who arrived earlier in smaller migrations and by pathologically irresponsible politicians like Angela Merkel.

Over the years, I’ve made a habit of offering milquetoast predictions when others were panicking. I predicted that Peak Oil was decades away and fuel prices would be heading down while Sebastian Ronin and others were whipping themselves into a blind panic. I took the unpopular position during the economic crisis of 2007 that America’s economic fundamentals were generally solid and that we weren’t in for an imminent collapse. While I do have a survival bug-out bag, it’s more of a camping hobby project than something I plan to rely on any time soon.

Generally, I tend to believe things are more stable than many on the hard right presume. But this looks like a powder keg to me which is going to politically rock the Western allies to their foundations and result in either a sweeping solution or a startling dissolution. If they are all dropped off in the American heartland, especially if it’s months after the bloom is off of the humanitarian rose and it’s clear we’re welcoming in millions of angry and disgruntled middle-class Muslims in order to bail out the European Union’s political coalition from unraveling, it won’t be pretty.

Perhaps I’m getting ahead of myself and being overly speculative. But what if? And how would we respond?


  • Uncharted waters.

  • Christian Talour

    I think you’re right in the long-term. This is probably just the “tip of the iceberg” and mass migrations will become the status quo rather than just a phenomenon.

    I don’t know if we’re going to bail Europe out of this particular crisis as much as Americans will be shamed into accepting more migrants in the future because “this is the new normal,” and if we don’t the elites will argue we’re “stuck in the past.” They’ll say nation-states are outdated and borders antiquated. The migrants will be labeled “pioneers” of a new post-national age who defy the old system by illegally moving across the globe. The migrants will become “transnational.”

    I can’t help but think that all the aid Christians have sent to the third world might have been preparation for this moment when the elites will argue it’s “unfair” for us to live in prosperity while the exploding southern hemisphere lives in poverty. By creating a demographic explosion with aid they have now produced a situation in which they can easily guilt first world Euroethnics into allowing for invasion.

    • The real slap in the face on all sides is how it’s actually the rapidly increasing prosperity, mobility, and access to information which is actually increasing the likelihood of mass migration.

      They’re spending thousands of dollars and relying on smartphones to crowdsource migration strategies with their hyper-mobile and hyper-connected migrant friends around the world.

      The leftists are crowing about poverty and “climate change” driving people here, but what’s actually happening is that a new generation is now empowered with the resources and information necessary to get here which previous generations lacked.

      We on the Right would do well to step over the Leftist/humanitarian arguments that they’re supposedly being driven here by poverty with the economic statistics confirming that the conditions in their home countries have rapidly improved in the past decades and that the migrants evidently belong to a rather healthy and well-fed middle class from the Global South. This is not some Camp of the Saints-style march of the starving and dying.

    • Christian Talour

      Good points. I hadn’t really considered the role of technology in this situation. Probably because it’s intentionally ignored by most media.

  • AnAnon

    America can last a good long while, at current conditions. hundreds of millions of people coming north will change that however. I personally doubt that we’ll be accepting many, despite the calls of many Europeans that this is our mess and that we need to take “our fair share”.

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By: Matt Parrott


Matt is a founding member of TradYouth and is currently the project's Chief Information Officer. He's been active in the White Identity cause for years, primarily as a blogger but also as a street activist and regional organizer.
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