Message from qatal zanjiun in Nick Fuentes Server #realpolitik
the emperor is not relavant because the monarch does not have real power
the people is awakening
nationalism is rising
abe administration is stable
with high approval rate
I understand, but in terms of the cultural Identity of Japan he is crucial no? Wouldn't a countersignaling emporer basically be similar to Pope Francis for catholics?
abe has the will to reform the constitution
japanese monarch does not show attitudes about policies
hyping up the emperor is just a meme
and japanese monarch is not cucked as european ones
But would not an emp that aligned with Abe's positions give him more political power than he already has?
japanese society is pretty conservative due to the residual of pre-Meiji fedual structure
except the leftist intellectuals, artists, journalists and teachers which are worse than western left
my innitial take aways from the Wohl vs. Fuentes debate:
1. I think Wohl enjoyed himself - enjoyed the challenage
2. He was consulting some resource from his computer
2b. But because he did not know Nick's position prior to the debate & because many of the points Nick used were never broadcasted on his show there is no way he prepared the resource himself
2c. I suspect the consulted resource was some ADL talking points to argue popular (((conspiracy theories)))
3. I don't think Wohl is aware of ZOG
3b. There were some things (like the nuclear program) that he might know about but I don't think he knows the full extent of it
3c. Because Wohl believes honestly that anything Nick suggests is unsubstantial he is confident that the debate will go in his favor
4. It looked like Wohl heard anti-Israel points he had never heard before
4b. Might have the effect of red pilling Wohl on Israel if even a little bit
5. Trump has met Wohl personally so via grape vine there is a chance that Trump might see the debate or at the least hear about it
fuck off shlomo
I am much smarter than him
'he screwed up the timeout role
Immigrants are more likely to have a university degree than natives, but, according to data from the OECD college-educated immigrants have skills much closer to those of natives who *just finished high school*.
if immigrants who has a university degree should be let in no matter what, then it becomes "anyone has graduated from a college in the world can become us citizens"
@Huge Brain Oliver Imo the best way to argue for lower immigration is to promote high skill immigration instead of low skill immigration. You have to consider our interests and politics of immigration as it stands currently.
More wealthy immigrants are less likely to have replacement level birthrates. So the indian guy who comes here on an H1-B visa is less likely to have a kid than a Mexican coming here through and H2-B visa or coming in illegally.
If we were to put our support behind things like the RAISE Act (https://www.cotton.senate.gov/?p=press_release&id=765) we would be able to cut immigration levels in half, and be able to mitigate the effects of demographic replacement of whites, while at the same time protecting white blue collar workers from a loose labor market
yes raise act
I mean high quality immigrants still have assimilation problem and we cannot have too many
if it gets to the point where our doctors are getting replaced by foreign doctors that's a problem that is BIGGER than anyone taking a lowskilled labor job
the law should let people in based off of demand for people for whatever sector, they have predictons for which sectors are going to grow and which ones arent. They can also forsee a need for more people in x field, as we see now in a demand for computer science and eldery care
@🎭🎵 You have to understand this though, there's always going to be a high demand for foreign labor if that labor is cheaper than the native alternative. Like with H2-B's for instance, there isn't a massive shortage of labor supply in the H2-B sector, yet there is such a high demand. The reason why? Nine of the top 10 sectors occupied by H2-B workers have had stagnant or declining wages for the past two decades
I'd also argue that low skill natives being replaced and having their wages fall is the worst thing that can happen, low skill workers are generally low income earners as well. If you take away their source of income or diminish it, you're hurting people who need it the most. As opposed to a middle or upper class white collar worker who has a fairly good income
a limited amount is ok but importing a master class will be worse