Tuesday, April 28, 2009

WHY?

Huntington


WHY MEXICO?

Samuel P Huntington saw a new threat to the United States: Mexicans.

"In The Hispanic Challenge, Huntington claims that 'the single most serious challenge to America’s traditional identity comes from the immense and continuing immigration from Latin America, especially from Mexico.'" - The Huntington Challenge: Why The Hispanic Challenge should be ...

Huntington and Hispanic immigration: "The extent and nature of this immigration differ fundamentally from those of previous immigration, and the assimilation successes of the past are unlikely to be duplicated with the contemporary flood of immigrants from Latin America.

"This reality poses a fundamental question: Will the United States remain a country with a single national language and a core Anglo-Protestant culture?" - Civilizations (print)

Samuel Phillips Huntington (April 18, 1927–December 24, 2008) was an American political scientist who gained prominence through his Clash of Civilizations (1993, 1996) thesis of a post-Cold War new world order.

The Lockerbie Appeal starts on 28 April 2009. A case of swine flu is discovered at the same time.


WHY SCOTLAND?

Lockerbie appeal to hear new witness statement

Scotland swine Flu Psy Op

aangirfan: The Vincennes and Lockerbie and Heroin

Faslane, Devonport and nuclear leaks

April 14-15: FEMA’s Interagency Continuity Influenza Pandemic Tabletop Exercise

CIA Link to Cuban Pig Virus Reported



Ocean Acidification Risks Mass Extinction of Sea Life

US Cities Increasing Use of Armed Mercenaries to Replace Police

"Labour members have demanded the result of the Edinburgh East candidate selection process be overturned after accusing officials of presiding over a postal votes scandal." - Oh Dearie Me

Madeleine: The veil briefly lifts

Barney Frank

THE FOLKS IN CONGRESS



Cameron?

Cameron or someone else?

The Importance of Cyprus

THE CLASSIC PHILOSOPHER

Amnesty tells us some of the bad things about Obama...

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1 comment:

subrosa said...

Another selection of articles I could well have missed. Thank you. You save me so much time.

 
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