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Pat Buchanan: The New Blacklist

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posted on Feb, 18 2012 @ 11:29 AM
If the ADL hates him, then he must be a real good guy.

Good luck to him.

posted on Feb, 18 2012 @ 11:40 AM
Some of Pat Buchanan's notable quotes:

"We may deny the existence of ethnonationalism, detest it, condemn it. But this creator and destroyer of empires and nations is a force infinitely more powerful than globalism, for it engages the heart. Men will die for it. Religion, race, culture and tribe are the four horsemen of the coming apocalypse." - Suicide of a Superpower

"We borrow from Europe to defend Europe. We borrow from the Gulf states to defend the Gulf states. We borrow from Japan to defend Japan. Is it not a symptom of senility to be borrowing from the world so we can defend the world?" - Suicide of a Superpower

"We are trying to create a nation that has never before existed, of all the races, tribes, cultures and creeds of Earth, where all are equal. In this utopian drive for the perfect society of our dreams we are killing the real country we inherited — the best and greatest country on earth." - Suicide of a Superpower

"With perhaps 4 million illegal aliens having broken in in Bush's five-and-a-half years in office, and our border states being daily breached by thousands more, can anyone say President Bush has protected the states of this Union against that invasion? In an earlier America, this dereliction of constitutional duty would have called forth articles of impeachment." - State of Emergency

"The Bush plan is economic treason against the American worker. That "civil rights leaders" are silent about the dispossession of the black working class, that unions are not marching to denounce this sellout of blue-collar and white-collar America, only tells us that the amorality of the transnational corporation has infected both. Solidarity be damned, it is all about money now." - State of Emergency

"In half a lifetime, many Americans have seen their God dethroned, their heroes defiled, their culture polluted, their values assaulted, their country invaded, and themselves demonized as extremists and bigots for holding on to beliefs Americans have held for generations." - The Death of the West

"The Bush National Security Strategy is the imperial edict of a superpower out to exploit its present supremacy to make itself permanent Lord Protector of the universe." - Where the Right went Wrong

"Terrorism is the price of empire. If we do not wish to pay it, we must give up the empire." - Where the Right went Wrong

"U.S. dominance of the Middle East is not the corrective to terror. It is a cause of terror. Were we not over there, the 9/11 terrorists would not have been over here." - Where the Right went Wrong

"Free trade is the serial killer of American manufacturing and the Trojan Horse of World Government. It is the primrose path to the loss of economic independence and national sovereignty. Free trade is a bright shining lie." - Where the Right went Wrong

"Globalization is the economic treason that dare not speak it name." - Where the Right went Wrong

"America did not listen [to Booker T. Washington's concerns]. Millions of jobs in burgeoning industries went to immigrants who poured into the United States between 1890 and 1920. These men and women enriched our country. But they also moved ahead of and shouldered aside black men and women whose families had been here for generations and even centuries. Not until immigration had been dramatically cut in the Coolidge era, and World War II created an all-consuming demand for industrial workers, were black Americans brought by the hundreds of thousands north to the manufacturing cities of America. And when they were, a Black middle class was created upon which the civil rights movement was built. When immigration stopped, Black America advanced, as Frederick Douglass, Booker T. Washington, and A. Philip Randolph said it would." - State of Emergency

posted on Feb, 18 2012 @ 11:42 AM
reply to post by Misoir

It's hard to disagree with most of that.

posted on Feb, 18 2012 @ 12:20 PM
reply to post by Blackmarketeer

Of course you used the leftist site Alternet. I'm not surprised, as the Left is notorious for pandering to multiculturalist breakdown of society. And why? Because the Left has communist and socialist insurgents embedded who deliberately want to break down the fabric of cohesive society through excessive multiculturalism. Back in the 90's Buchanan said that people were immigrating in such large quantities without integrating, in other words they won't learn the English language or blend in in other ways.
So Alternet took some of Buchanan's ideas, and nothing there is shown as being actual quotes, but perhaps a paraphrasing...what's new with that.
Here are some actual quotes from his book on his website

From Suicide of a Superpower and an obvious reference to the increasing welfare state

We have accepted today the existence in perpetuity of a permanent underclass of scores of millions who cannot cope and must be carried by society — fed, clothed, housed, tutored, medicated at taxpayer’s expense their entire lives. We have a dependent nation the size of Spain in our independent America. We have a new division in our country, those who pay a double or triple fare, and those who ride forever free

Here's another one and we know it is a fact that seculars have been successful at driving elements of Christianity out, such as attacking the Ten Commandments in front of courthouses, etc.

If [Christopher] Dawson is correct, the drive to de-Christianize America, to purge Christianity from the public square, public schools and public life, will prove culturally and socially suicidal for the nation.

How about this one

How can Notre Dame credibly teach that all innocent life is sacred, and then honor a president committed to ensuring that a woman’s right to end the life of her innocent child remains sacrosanct?

only a die hard fan of POTUS would defend this agenda

Mexico is moving north. Ethnically, linguistically and culturally, the verdict of 1848 is being over-turned. Will this Mexican nation within a nation advance the goals of the Constitution — to “insure domestic tranquility” and ‘make us a more perfect union’? Or have we imperiled our union?

Yes, this is called Reconquista and is in the literature of the radical MEChA group and many other groups fostering the retaking of the Southwest using illegal immigration.

Here's the website if you want to read his actual words and not the regurgitated vomit projectile of Alternet.

posted on Feb, 18 2012 @ 12:27 PM
reply to post by Misoir

good quotes Misoir.Places it squarely on the backs of the NWO Globalists.

posted on Feb, 18 2012 @ 04:33 PM
reply to post by Blackmarketeer

Ummmm yah Clinton was busy pandering to minorities to get votes for the Democrat Party. It is so transparent. Why do libs fall for this? That is what they felt they needed to strengthen the Democrat Party for Socialism.

posted on Feb, 18 2012 @ 06:50 PM

Originally posted by 2manyquestions
I may not agree with Pat's views, I may not agree with MSNBC's views,... but one thing is clear, and that is that MSNBC is a privately-owned business and they can fire or hire anyone they like. Was I thrilled when FOX decided to cut "Freedom Watch" with Napolitano? Nope, but .... he obviously expressed views that were contrary to FOX network beliefs and they have every right to fire or hire someone if they feel that person is not representing their views the way they'd like. If you were running a company and one of your employees kept expressing to customers that the products you sell are harmful to them (true or not), would you keep that employee around for long? Probably not. It would make zero business sense. If the network feels that Pat's views are harmful to their business model, they have the right to let him go even if we think it is wrong. These are not public/taxpayer-owned networks. If they were, things would be different. Maybe I'm wrong and I'm sure someone will correct me, but that's how I see it.

I wonder if Fox and MSNBC just wanted to do a swap?

It'll be interesting to see, who ends up where....

posted on Feb, 18 2012 @ 07:10 PM
reply to post by Misoir

Being of mixed decent,I find what Pat Buchanan said,dead on.

From Xenocentrism,to "white guilt",I find the blurring of the word and meaning of "racism" at an all time high.

Too bad Pat has become victim to it.

edit on 18-2-2012 by sonnny1 because: (no reason given)

posted on Feb, 18 2012 @ 10:04 PM
reply to post by ThirdEyeofHorus

Those quotes came straight from Buchanan. Does it matter what Web site talks about them? You're attacking the Web site instead of addressing those comments made by Buchanan.

No one will contest Buchanan was a sharp and smart man, and for all the good insightful things he has said he comes back and makes a really ignorant racist comment.

Chris Wallace of FOX also says this about Buchanan:

Fox News host Chris Wallace said today that recently-departed MSNBC contributor Pat Buchanan has said things "I'm not particularly fond of" and "has said some very incendiary things about Israel, about Jews, about blacks, about other minorities." Wallace also rebutted Buchanan's claim that he was "blacklisted," saying that management has a right to fire him and groups have a right to protest his comments if they're offended.

Fox News' Chris Wallace: Pat Buchanan "Has Said Some Very Incendiary Things," Wasn't "Blacklisted"

Wallace also states he doesn't believe Buchanan is being "blacklisted", but does say he thinks his latest book was "pretty unpleasant".

Or, since you like to attack a quote made by Buchanan based not on the quote itself but on what Web site reports it, then maybe you'll accept this same report from Glenn Becks Web site:

Chris Wallace: Buchanan got what was coming.

A news network has every right to fire a commentator when they cease being a commentator and become instead a source of drama or offense to a part of their viewership.

posted on Feb, 19 2012 @ 12:33 AM
reply to post by Blackmarketeer

OH blah blah blah Chris Wallace says blah blah blah

I do not watch Chris Wallace. Not since he declared his tingly leg feelings for Barack. I also refuse to watch Keith Olbermann. Anderson Cooper at least keeps things more professional.

But I'm sure Chris Wallace finds anything truthful unpleasant.

The website seems to have paraphrased their view of his ideas. Did you see where they say they have quoted him?

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posted on Feb, 19 2012 @ 12:42 AM

Originally posted by Drew99GT

Originally posted by Misoir
reply to post by OutKast Searcher

Allow in mass amounts of third world people and you will have a third world nation. I do not find anything wrong or controversial in stating the obvious.

That's the goal of globalization though! Pat thinks the coming 3rd world status of the United States is a result of liberal anti-racist immigration policies of liberal politicians. He may be partially right, but the main reason the powers that be want the United States to be brought in line with the rest of the world is an equalization of labor costs and a globe full of responsible development. ie, tyranny. UN Agenda 21. The Earth can't sustain 7 billion people that live like the average middle class American. Or so they say.
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You swallowed the Big Lie whole.

posted on Feb, 19 2012 @ 12:54 AM
Pat Buchanan is a jew-hating racist, always has been, always will be. He will forever be the neo-con insider of Reagan and Bush, and I blame him as much as any other neo-con for the mess this country is still in. He should just crawl into a hole and die already, nobody needs to be reminded by his idiotic xenophobic comments about what an a-hole racist he really is while he pretends to only be concerned for America (white America that is).

PS to the poster above, Chris Wallace hates Obama and makes no pretense otherwise, you seem to be confused about who he is - maybe you got him confused with Chris Mathews.

Msnbc let Buchanan go because he wrote a book that offended a lot of people, so naturally they let him go, just like CBS fired Don Imus for his racist comments.

They aren't being censored, they're just no longer employed by those companies. If Imus or Buchanan wanted to go back on the air, they can go start their own radio station/tv network, or get hired somewhere else. That simple. All this raving about him being "blacklisted" that's just Buchanan being a drama queen and playing the victim card. Nice to see all the brainiacs here falling for it hook, line, and sinker.

posted on Feb, 19 2012 @ 08:19 AM
reply to post by oxykerfluffle

That is just patently wrong. Do you honestly think he could have a career in media - on nationally renown programming- for some 20 plus years if he was a racist or a bigot?

The simple fact it that we are at a point in the history of the U.S. that we must deal with some uncomfortable truths, much like Europe has been experiencing these last ten years. A lot of what Buchanan says has tapped into a vein or undercurrent of what a lot of people think about the future of the U.S., the impact of globalization and the undue influence of Israel on American policy. We can either deal with it in a straight forward manner, much like Buchanan calling it out for what it is, or we can tip toe around it in an effort to be politically correct and drag it out for decades, thus further stirring xenophobic animosity and crippling our country.

It's not racist or bigoted to speak plainly or truthfully.

What's so hilarious is that you call him both a "Jew hater" and a "neocon". Neocons are notorious in their unyielding and illogical support of both foreign wars and Israel. How can he be both? Guess what though, he's neither. Or did you even know he wrote a book called Where the Right Went Wrong: How Neoconservatives Subverted the Reagan Revolution and Hijacked the Bush Presidency?

Pat Buchanan is a true patriot.

posted on Feb, 19 2012 @ 11:20 AM
reply to post by kosmicjack

Well Don Imus had an even longer career in radio before he was fired over ONE racist comment. Buchanan has made many subtle racist comments. Buchanan was also not a host, just a guest commentator on MSNBC, so he spent much less time on the air than did someone like Imus, so his 'ratio' of air time to racist comments was much higher.

As far as being a neocon and 'supporting Israel' versus a neocon who makes racist comments about Jews - keep in mind neocons are first and foremost corporatists seeking to expand the military-industrial state, expansion of the government, preemptive war, and globalism that just so happens to tie in so well with the ambitions of Israel. Buchanan is in his heart and soul a NEOCON, and he uses xenophobia to push that agenda. He might make some occasional worthwhile comments but he is as trustworthy as Paul Wolfowitz or Karl Rove.

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