July 24, 2003 letter to:
I went on my first trip to Ireland and the UK this summer and learned a lot about the region. Belfast is a nice small town with a center that is easy to get around. It still retains its friendly character.
Dublin on the other hand is crowded and becoming like many American cities; overrun with a diverse mix of immigrants who will soon dissolve the Irishness of Dublin. The city that James Joyce described so well may soon be indistinguishable from New York, Cairo, Calcutta or even Abuja, Nigeria.
While seeing the sights in Dublin I noticed posters which said, "A united Ireland by 2016." The poster invited people to a meeting on July 3, 2003. It appeared interesting so I attended. The meeting, organized by Sinn Fein, also commemorated the death of Jackie Griffith who was shot by the British in 1943. During the question period I said that if the Republic of Ireland allowed large numbers of Asians and Africans to immigrate the people of the North might be reluctant to unify with them. The host acknowledged that this was a problem that they would need to address. But there was something wrong with the way he said it. He seemed to imply that the problem was not immigration but rather getting the Irish to accept it.
After the meeting I shared my concerns with him. I said that
if immigration continued at its current pace, the Irish could
soon be a minority in Ireland. I asked him if he was concerned
about the future of our people. He asked me what I meant by
"our people." I responded "whites or Irish."
At this point he become somewhat agitated and told me that he
does not care about the whites or the Irish, "the only
thing that matters is that we have a socialist government in
a united Ireland." At this point I realized what kind of
person I was talking to and left.
By attending that meeting I learned that Sinn Fein is a recklessly dangerous group. It favors immigration in the hope that the immigrants will vote for Sinn Fein candidates in the future. Sinn Fein leaders are too short sighted to see that this will be the greatest disaster to ever hit Ireland, far worse than the potato famine. If they have their way the Irish will be a minority in Ireland by the year 2020. Then Catholics will face even more discrimination than they allegedly face in Northern Ireland. And if there is no war to stop the immigrant invasion there may not be any real Irish in Ireland by the end of the century. The people of the North, regardless of their religious or political affiliations, will make it very clear that they will not vote to unite with a Republic of Ireland in which the Irish, and white people in general, will soon be a minority.
Socialists claim they want to help the poor and middle class. However in a diverse community, whether it is socialist or capitalist, the rich will benefit more from the short-term effects of immigration (cheap labor, increased housing prices). In the long term the rich will also be hurt as they lose political power and maybe more. Just ask any white refugee from Zimbabwe.
Please do what you can to stop non-white immigration and educate
the Irish people about the dangers they face.
May 6, 2003 letter to Bill O'Reilly after he criticized high school students for practicing freedom of association.
Dear Bill O'Reilly;
Mr. O'Reilly, you should be ashamed of yourself for wanting to deny freedom of association to those kids in Taylor County Georgia. Would you dare criticize a Blacks Only Prom? I admire the students for having the courage to do something they knew would be controversial. Last year they tried an integrated Prom and apparently learned that it was unpleasant. When will the rest of America learn this lesson?