Peter Brimelow challenges this view in Alien Nation and in doing so raises fundamental issues of political theory. Brimelow begins by building a prima facie case. Alien Nation has 71 ratings and 7 reviews. Peter Brimelow has written a thought-provoking work that exposes the quirks and idiosyncracies of America’s. Peter Brimelow (born 13 October ) is a British-born American magazine editor, writer, Brimelow’s later books include Alien Nation: Common Sense About America’s Immigration Disaster, The Wall Street Gurus: How You Can Profit from.
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This is no mere journalism-school game of balancing anecdotes. I don’t believe, after long and careful inspection, that they want anything very terrible for their fellow human beings.
Im- migration levels did surge upward. Boomer women averaged less than two children apiece. In order to produce a “foreign stock” proportion of similar magni- tude, the absolute size of the projected immigrant movement into the United States in the twenty-first century must be enormous — and the natural increase of the native-born Americans virtually stalled.
How the pursuit of diversity is weakening the American Identity. Kevin O’Keeffe rated it petee was amazing May 15, All of these demographic projections, of course, akien make some fairly daring assumptions about things to come. The sheer size of the so-called “protected classes” that are now politically fa- vored, such as Hispanics, will be a matter of vital importance as long as he lives.
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They seem to me as if they would accept any immigrant, of any complexion including plaid, given minimum goodwill and good intentions. Beyond this ppeter I have an infant memory of a time when I am not much older than Alexander. Brimelow argues that legislation passed in has resulted in negative trends in immigration to the United Statesincluding an influx of immigrants from a very few countries that he says are engulfing America.
Don’t be deceived by another of those statistical mirages. This may sound facetious. Then, immigrants came overwhelmingly from Europe, no matter how different they seemed at the time; now, immigrants are over- whelmingly visible minorities from the Third World. They wore funny suits and gave you business cards printed on gold stock.
Those who enter the United States education at taxpayers’ expense; further, they often at once count in affirmative action quotas, thus securing for themselves preferred employment.
It is quite common to hear conservatives who have a romantic streak say: And the peetr to Bouvier’s question is going to get even more startling.
Alien Nation: Common Sense About America’s Immigration Disaster
May 18, Immigation Act. Croix Review “Peter Brimelow’s skill in exposition conceals the magnitude of his achievement. Immigrant himself but now wants to preserve america for his blond, blue-eyed progeny. I am playing with my twin brother in the backyard of my aunt’s home in a Lancashire cotton town.
For credit card orders, please phone, fax or e-mail the Mises Institute atfax: Eventually, it enacted the epochal Immigration Act technically, the Immigration and Nationality Act Amendments of American immigration policy may be made by com- mission. As a radical, Paine had a political agenda — the break with Brit- ain.
There is something distinctly infernal about the INS spec- tacle. And in those days, they had another name for this thing dis- missed so contemptuously as “the racial hegemony of white Ameri- cans. But first, a caution: View the discussion thread. In the final analysis, the ethnic pattern of immigration under the proposed measure is not expected to change as sharply as the critics seem to think.
Alien Nation: Common Sense About America’s Immigration Disaster by Peter Brimelow
But see my effort at good liberal self-doubt in Chapter 15, below. Since four fifths origi- nate in Mexico or Central America, where the populations are over- whelmingly mestizo, this seems exaggerated.
Note also the rapid pickup after the reform. To get a sense of perspective, we have to go back to the begin- ning. But the fact is undeni- able.
How much more specific can you get?