Immigration & globalization: now problems

Immigration is one of the paramount issues facing the West in the 21st century. Each nation must cope with the consequences of mass immigration in the past two decades and attempt to manage the hordes on their borders seeking to enter — and their elites who want them (to lower wages and provide a more malleable politics). There are no easy solutions.


  1. About immigration
  2. Into the US
  3. Into Europe
  4. Into Britain
  5. Into France
  6. into Germany
  7. Into Sweden
  8. About demographics
  9. About globalization & free trade

(1)  About immigration

  1. Must our population grow to ensure prosperity? — Spoiler: no!
  2. How to use refugees as geopolitical weapons, brutal but effective.
  3. A Harvard Professor explains the populist revolt against immigration & globalization — By George Borjas, Professor of economics at Harvard.
  4. An anthropologist explains the disruptive politics of immigration — By Maximilian C. Forte, Professor of Sociology and Anthropology at Concordia University.
  5. Stratfor: Is the West Being Overrun by Migrants? — By the famous sociologist and historian Ian Morris.

(2)  About immigration in the US

  1. Migration from the south into America: new people, new foods, new political systems.
  2. Immigration as a reverse election: our leaders get a new people.
  3. Look at immigration policy to see our government respond to its masters.
  4. The numbers about immigration that fuel Trump’s campaign.
  5. Immigration to the US surges. It’s good news for Trump.
  6. “California lets illegals vote!” A typical story from the Right’s misinformation machine.

(3)  About immigration in Europe

  1. Is Europe sliding towards civil war?
  2. Europe’s elites use immigration to reshape it.
  3. Sociologist Wolfgang Streeck explains the politics of the migrant crisis reshaping Europe.
  4. Politics of the EU: “Vanity and Venality” — by Susan Watkins (editor of the New Left Review).

(4)  About immigration in Britain

  1. Brexit was logical, neither racist nor irrational.
  2. An anthropologist looks at Brexit: The World Changed Overnight — By Maximilian Forte, Professor of Sociology and Anthropology at Concordia University.
  3. The reactions to Brexit show its true significance.
  4. Immigration: a cause of Brexit, denied by the Left.
  5. A UK engineer explains: elites oppose Brexit because they import cheap workers. — By Andrew Fentem at The Register.

(5) About immigration in France

  1. The Rioting in France and the Decline of the State — About the 2005 riots by immigrants.
  2. Prescient, from January: France volunteers itself as a front line in the clash of civilizations.
  3. Is Europe sliding towards civil war?
  4. Stratfor: After Paris, France Contemplates a Reckoning.
  5. Stratfor: In France, New Attacks Come From Old Problems.
  6. Stratfor: France’s National Front Defeated, For Now.
  7. Stratfor: France’s State of Fear and Its Swing to the Right.
  8. Stratfor: Getting to the Root of France’s Muslim Dilemma.
  9. Causes and effects of the Nice attack.

(6)  About immigration in Germany

  1. Stratfor: Why Germany Cannot Stop the Flow of Migrants.
  2. Stratfor: How immigration will change German politics, which will change Europe.
  3. Stratfor: Germany Does an About-Face on Greece, hoping to save Europe.
  4. Stratfor: The Refugee Crisis Redefines German Politics. It could get ugly.

(7)  About immigration in Sweden

  1. Recommended: Torching Utopia: Sweden tries mass immigration.
  2. Horrific news from Sweden about sexual assaults by immigrants.

(8)  About demographics — immigration is often said to be the cure

  1. More news about Russia’s demographic collapse.
  2. A rocky road lies ahead to a far smaller world population — and a better world.
  3. Why Japan can become an economic star of the 21st century — Fewer people are the solution to several 21st century challenges.

(9) About globalization & free trade

  1. Globalization and free trade: wonders of a past era, now enemies of America?
  2. Cheap Imports Backfire on America’s Retailers & What’s Left of Our Economy.
  3. A Harvard Professor explains the populist revolt against immigration & globalization.