“White Nationalists treat Mediterraneans like Republicans treat Mestizos.”
The 1924 US immigration Act was aimed at restricting the Southern and Eastern Europeans, among them Jews who had migrated in large numbers since the 1890s, as well as prohibiting the immigration of Middle Easterners, East Asians, and Indians. Thanks to it, the quotas for immigration from Southern Europe were so restrictive that there were more Italians, Greeks, Hungarians, Portuguese, Romanians, Spaniards, Chinese, and Japanese who left the United States than those who arrived as immigrants. Alas, white Christians are crazy, and after their saner periods they cannot control their ethno-suicidal impulses. A good example of this is precisely how the Italian mafia infected a previously Nordic, genuinely white nation.
Recently, at home, I watched a few scenes from both the first two Godfathers and Goodfellas. Tommy DeVito (interpreted by Joe Pesci in Goodfellas), inspired by a mafia fellow of the real US world, is one of the most repulsive characters I have ever seen on the big screen. Presently I can no longer tolerate watching the whole film. I find that Italian subculture nauseating. That’s why, at the beginning of the second Godfather film, set in the year when I was born, Senator Geary’s words after he attended the First Communion celebration for the son of Michael Corleone, the head of the Corleone crime family, are notable. That’s my favourite line of all mafia films I’ve ever seen.
After the public ceremony, Senator Geary meets with Michael in his office. The Corleone family had obtained control of several casinos in Nevada. Geary offers to help Michael obtain a disputed gaming license in exchange for an exorbitant bribe, and this is how he addresses the godfather in front of his private gang:
Because I intend to squeeze you. I don’t like your kind of people. I don’t like to see you come out to this clean country [I remember how I loved these words while watching the film in the middle 1970s!] with your oily hair, dressed up in those silk suits, passing yourselves off as decent Americans. I’ll do business with you, but the fact is that I despise your masquerade, the dishonest way you pose yourself. Yourself and your whole fucking family.
Unfortunately, since many white nationalists are dense or dishonest enough to see “white” when a non-snatched individual sees “brown” or “olive,” I only will be able to share this soliloquy with non-“snatched” folks.