Kyrgyzstan has a right to determine who its citizens are. So does Serbia, and American Indian nations. The current crisis in Kyrgyzstan is another example of what happens when too many ethnic aliens in a nation threaten control of the territory and oppose the government where they are dwelling.
It looks likely that the Uzbeks want control over the southern province of Kyrgyzstan. The UN and the US and the UN share an air base in northern Kyrgyzstan. One might think they would side with Kyrgyzstan, the secular government. But, with IslamaBarry in the White House, we cannot be sure. After all, Washington is an Islamic government already.
Uzbeks, a far more aggressive Muslim people than the Kyrgyz, belong in Uzbekistan. Let them go there, and live there, if they must be opposed to the Kyrgyzstan government. The UN is claiming 400,000 Uzbeks living in Kyrgyrzstan have been displaced, and have become “refugees” in their on country of Uzbekistan! Does Uzbekistan plan to make “Palestinians” out of the displaced Uzbeks in Kyrgyzstan? As noted before, the struggle is over who should control the the territory of Kyrgyzstan. Is there a question that it should be the Kyrgyz?
Look what happend to Serbia. Hundreds of thousands of Albanian Muslims moved into the historically significant Serbian province of Kosovo. The Albanians and the terrorist Kosovo Liberation Army (which included Turk and Arab Muslims) finally convinced the world that Kosovo deserved to be an independent “nation.” The United States, no less, Clinton–followed by Bush–supported the Albanians!
Is the world going to demand that Kyrgyrzstan give over their territory that happens to be occupied by Uzbeks–whose presence in Kyrgyrzstan we really do not presently know the history of? Perhaps Uzbeks are planning a mass “immigration” to Kyrgyrzstan in order to claim control of the territory–and the Afghan heroin traffic.
Israel claim its homeland, but the squatters (the Jordanian, the Syrians, and the newer Arab terrorist groups) refused to leave. Indeed, their respective “Arab” countries would not allowe them repatriation. King Hussein, of Jordon, said in 1960 Associate Press interview (quoted in Michael Curtis,The Palestinians, People, History, and Politics, 1975):
Since 1948 Arab leaders have approached the Palestine problem in an irresponsible manner… They have used the Palestine people for selfish political purposes. This is reidiculous and, I could say, even criminal.”
The so-called “Palestinians” don’t want their own state so much as Israel to have no state. To this end, Barry Soetoro, the alien, lying, black African Communist Muslim traitor just authorized $400 million dollars of American tax payers money to be sent to Hamas, or, the government of “Gaza strip,” as if the politically fabricated “Palestinian” identity is some ancient, indigenous entity.
Interestingly, there are some unthinking conservatives who see the American Indian reservations as somehow similar to “Palestinians,” or, also, the “balkanization” of American unity. They see the emphasis on the various ethnicities in southestern European Balkans as the cause of endless and hopeless dispute, as if these people have no right to be who they are, and to preserve who they are. Why, American Indian reservations need to be dissolved, and the Indians just blend in with the rest of the great melting pot.
This analogy is so mistaken that it is hard to believe conservatives cherish the notion. While Communist Democrats and other liberals love to use the Indian separateness as a ploy for racial agitation and disruption of American society in any way possible, conservatives often have no concept or respect for the historical significance of the Indian treaties, and the Indian reservations.
Indians did not invade someone else’s land. Indians did not try to take over someone else’s government by migrating into their territory. Indians were corralled onto reservations, often nowhere near their own homelands. Nevertheless, Indians are essentially on our own homelands, and we cannot be compared to Uzbeks living in Kyrgyzstan, or to Albanian Muslims who migrated to Kosovo, or least of all “Palestinians.”
But, America should surely compare itself to Kyrgyrzstan and Serbia. Look at our Mexican problem on the southern borders. Look at our Arab Muslim problem in various large communities like Dearborn, Michigan. When mass numbers of aliens migrate, and live in a foreign country, they eventually claim the territory on which they live. Possession is nine tenth’s of the law, as they say. Just by being there, they claim all for themselves.
Conservatives who think Indian reservations should be dissovlved need to think again. Do they want to see America dissolve? Does America now feel as out-numbered and out gunned as the Indians were? Does America feel obligated to give up all her hard-earned land to foriegners–just because the foreigners stepped across the borders? Is that all it takes?
“Remember the Alamo!” the patriotic Americans used to say. Remember Kosovo! I say, today. Remember what it means to be a nation. Whatever you are, whatever you have, if you are not willing to fight for it, it will be taken from you. And even if you are willing to fight, you may be outnumbered, and it will still be taken from you.
You may in fact end up like an Indian. You have yourself. Your beliefs. But there may be another world built on top of you. And yet, America let Indians be Indian, as much as possible, for ever. No other people, no other modern government, has ever let something like happen. Modern tyrants eliminate unwanted people. America never did that. America stopped short, intentionally. They just wanted Indians out of the way. They couldn’t send us to another country, or back to our own country. We were in our own country! And Americans didn’t even mind to much if the Indians joined them in the new nation, but the Indians never wanted to. So, that’s that.
In the end, the strong rule over the weak, the rich over the poor, and the many over the few. Historically, America has tried to give place to the few, to honor the few. In a way, the American Indian stands as the greatest example of this in history. We’re still here. We still have some land. Now if we can just stop the interracial reproduction, we may still be able to stand our ground.