American Citizenship’s Not Worth a Warm Bucket of Spit
By Wayne Allensworth
US citizenship is becoming something else to apologize for. After all, it’s not “inclusive,” reflecting the retrograde notion that normal people should prioritize the wellbeing of their fellow citizens over foreigners. Setting such priorities is probably “racist,” to boot. Establishing hierarchies of value is apparently another example of “whiteness” in action, on a par with the rule of law, the presumption of innocence, math, and the value of objective evidence.
With that in mind, check this out:
“U.S. President Joe Biden on Friday revoked a 2019 proclamation by former President Donald Trump that sought to bar the entry of immigrants who could not prove they had health insurance or could cover health care costs.
In an announcement by the White House, the Democratic president said the suspension imposed by his Republican predecessor ‘does not advance the interests of the United States.’
Trump issued a proclamation in October 2019 requiring all prospective immigrants to show proof of U.S. health insurance within 30 days of their arrival in the United States or enough money to pay for ‘reasonably foreseeable medical costs.'”
It appears that certain “immigrant advocates” were complaining that the Trump proclamation made it tougher to immigrate to the US, which they believe should be a “human right” like abortion, “gay marriage,” and “transgender” surgery for children. Actual Americans appear to have few “advocates” whose primary activity is protecting their interests, especially not in the US government. Washington is chock-full of lobbyists, but real Americans are hard pressed to find many denizens of the globo-capital who are willing to seriously lobby for their interests.
Dear readers, did you really believe that defending the interests of actual Americans was what the government was for? Au contraire, you bigoted Euro-centric Neanderthals! Babylon on the Potomac has more pressing concerns to deal with than those of lowly Americans, especially if you are a member of the American ethnos, the dreaded “non-Hispanic white” census category that automatically entails banishment to the globo-state’s outer dark.
Sleepy Joe recently had the servants set out the best silver and china to greet some of his favorite humanoids–a group of “undocumented Americans,” a category unknown to our unenlightened ancestors:
And he wasn’t done yet. According to Breitbart, Biden has taken $2 billion from Americans’ healthcare programs to help deliver migrant youths and children to their illegal-immigrant parents throughout the United States. The “redirected funds,” which reportedly includes money intended to replenish the country’s Strategic National Stockpile of medical supplies, will approach $9 billion by October. Bottom rail on top now!
“Cactus Jack” Garner, one time speaker of the House of Representatives and FDR’s somewhat recalcitrant vice president (1933-1941), once famously described that office as being “not worth a bucket of warm spit” (though the story is that Cactus Jack actually mentioned another bodily fluid). We can now confidently say the same about American citizenship, the devaluation of which is indicative of the bizarre, topsy turvy situation we and other whites in Europe and the Anglo-sphere find ourselves in, with the state actively working against the nation. Whether the managerial regime is undercutting citizenship or replacing the national core, we should have no illusions about what is happening. It’s past time for us to re-evaluate what “patriotism” means under such circumstances.
Wayne Allensworth is a Corresponding Editor for Chronicles Magazine. He is the author of The Russian Question: Nationalism, Modernization, and Post-Communist Russia, and a novel Field of Blood.