By Lawrence Auster
The writer demanding situations and questions the arguments which were made in help of persevered large-scale immigration to the us. He means that "a huge majority of american citizens are afflicted through present immigration and wish to see it diminished, yet they're at a loss for words and intimidated through the endless movement of cliches, myths, catch-phrases and fallacies, disseminated by means of the inside track media and different robust associations, which are used to advertise it. within the following pages i'm going to severely study a couple of those slogans from various angles... i'll search to show the fake premises, the misleading assertions, the illogical leaps of idea, and the brain-numbing sentiments during which the immigrationists have saved the United States in thrall." (EXCERPT)
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So, to repeat the question: wouldn’t it be better to “stop being America” now, when the country still has a salvageable political system, way of life, and national identity, than to “stop being America” later, when things will have gotten infinitely worse? Conclusion As we come to the end of this essay, it is time to admit that the task we have set ourselves may be ultimately futile. Even if we succeeded in exploding the entire open-borders ideology, there are many people who would still feel the same irresistible compulsion to embrace, or surrender to, the grand immigration project and everything it implies.
But if they remain culturally separate from the larger society, their values will have no effect on us in any case. Does the presence in Brooklyn of tens of thousands of Hasidic Jews, the most sexually straightlaced people on the planet, have any “uplifting” effect on their underclass black neighbors? Does the abstemious lifestyle of the Amish people in rural Pennsylvania improve the morals of the white yuppies who tour the Amish country on their weekend jaunts? By the same token, can anyone seriously believe that millions of Muslim or Buddhist immigrants will reinvigorate the moral and religious traditions of decadent Westerners?
Will, by some mysterious osmosis, “teach” white and black families how to live more ordered lives. The solution to America’s moral crisis is not to adopt Mexican-style familism as opposed to contemporary American anomie. It is to reconstitute the traditional morality—the balance of order and freedom unique to Western culture—that we have lost. Such a moral restoration requires profound cultural and political changes that would False Parallels with Other Cultures | 25 be very difficult to achieve even in the best of circumstances.
Huddled Clichés: Exposing the Fraudulent Arguments that Have Opened America's Borders to the World by Lawrence Auster