Book review: State of Emergency: The Third World Invasion and Conquest of America, by Patrick J. Buchanan

Buchanan has finally seen the light (August 31, 2006)


If I remember correctly, the last time Buchanan ran for President, he seemed to welcome the hordes of Mexican invaders to this country because they were good Catholics (which they are not). In this book, however, Buchanan demonstrates that he now gets it. Not only are his facts straight, but his writing is crisp and persuasive. Only someone ideologically motivated to hate America could possibly take issue with the points he raises.

My only beef is that he has missed the bigger issue: Bush and his cronies are trying to merge the U.S., Canada, and Mexico into one country, and they can’t do that without unrestricted immigration. Thus, immigration isn’t the issue, per se, it’s merely the means to an illegal and traitorous end.

I’m not saying we can continue to ignore the immigration issue, but in trying to reintroduce rational thinking into our immigration policies, we can’t divert our gaze from the larger treachery that fuels the Bush administration’s insane drive to subsume the U.S.