State of Emergency: The Third World Invasion and Conquest of America

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In this passionate bestseller, Patrick Buchanan documents the mortal peril America faces from massive, uncontrolled immigration from the Third World. Pat Buchanan is sounding the alarm. Since 9/11, more than four million illegal immigrants have crossed our borders-and more come in every day. Politicians in Washington either lack the political will or can't agree on how to uphold the rule of law. The "melting pot" is cracked beyond repair, and the future of our nation is at ...
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In this passionate bestseller, Patrick Buchanan documents the mortal peril America faces from massive, uncontrolled immigration from the Third World. Pat Buchanan is sounding the alarm. Since 9/11, more than four million illegal immigrants have crossed our borders-and more come in every day. Politicians in Washington either lack the political will or can't agree on how to uphold the rule of law. The "melting pot" is cracked beyond repair, and the future of our nation is at stake.

State of Emergency reveals the frightening truth about the effects of uncontrolled immigration and warns of the end of our culture as we know it. With his trademark passion and eloquence, Buchanan details the roots of the crisis and lays out a practical plan for immigration reform and border security. With an estimated ten to fifteen million "illegals" already here and untold millions more poised to cross our borders, and with Congress seemingly paralyzed, few books could be as timely-or as important-as State of Emergency. It is essential reading for all Americans.

About the Author:
Patrick J. Buchanan, a founding member of three of America's foremost public affairs shows, NBC's The McLaughlin Group and CNN's The Capitol Gang and Crossfire

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Conservative political commentator Patrick J. Buchanan insists that America's melting pot has been shattered beyond repair, that the assimilation and Americanization of immigrants that we once took for granted no longer occurs. In State of Emergency, the senior adviser to three American presidents sounds an alarm about the continuing flood of illegal and legal immigration. He argues that sealing and securing our borders must be our highest priority.
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  • ISBN-13: 9780312374365
  • Publisher: St. Martin's Press
  • Publication date: 10/2/2007
  • Edition description: First Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 320
  • Sales rank: 638,241
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.71 (d)

Meet the Author

Patrick J. Buchanan, America's leading populist conservative, was a senior adviser to three American presidents, ran twice for the Republican presidential nomination, in 1992 and 1996, and was the Reform Party candidate in 2000. In his 1992 challenge to President George H. W. Bush, Buchanan was the first national leader to put the issue of America's broken and bleeding Mexican border and the Third World invasion of the United States onto the national agenda. No figure in politics or journalism has done more to alert the nation to this existential crisis. The author of seven other books, including the bestsellers Right from the Beginning; A Republic, Not an Empire; The Death of the West (Thomas Dunne Books 2002); and Where the Right Went Wrong (Thomas Dunne Books 2004), Buchanan is a syndicated columnist and a founding member of three of America's foremost public affairs shows, NBC's The McLaughlin Group, and CNN's The Capitol Gang and Crossfire. He lives in McLean, Virginia.

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State of Emergency

The Third World Invasion and Conquest of America
By Buchanan, Patrick J.

Thomas Dunne Books

Copyright © 2006 Buchanan, Patrick J.
All right reserved.

ISBN: 0312360037

Chapter One

How Civilizations Perish

Why was the border guard so thin? Did the Romans not notice . . . that their way of life was changing forever?1

--Thomas Cahill, 1995

Civilizations die from suicide, not by murder.2

--Arnold Toynbee

Civilizations, Arnold Toynbee believed, arose when "creative minorities" devised solutions to the great crisis of the age. They perished when they failed to resolve that crisis.

After the collapse of the Roman Empire and the barbarian invasions, Toynbee concluded, the Catholic Church had solved the crisis of the age: disunity and chaos. It had done so by creating a new religious community out of which grew a new civilization and culture.

Thus began the history of Christendom.

From the fifteenth to the twentieth centuries, the West wrote the history of the world. Out of the Christian countries of Europe came the explorers, the missionaries, the conquerors, the colonizers, who, by the twentieth century, ruled virtually the entire world. But the passing of the West had begun.

Spain's empire was the first to fall. America delivered the coup de grâce in 1898. But it was the ThirtyYears' War of 1914-1945, the Civil War of Western Civilization, that inflicted the mortal wounds.

By 1918, the German, Austro-Hungarian, and Russian empires had collapsed. World War II bled and broke the British and French. One by one, after war's end, the strategic outposts of empire--Suez, the Canal Zone, Rhodesia, South Africa, Hong Kong--began to fall. Within three decades, Europe's headlong retreat from Asia and Africa was complete.

From 1989 to 1991, the Soviet Empire fell and the Soviet Union split into fifteen pieces, half a dozen of them Muslim nations that had never before existed. Now, the African, Asian, Islamic, and Hispanic peoples that the West once ruled are coming to repopulate the mother countries.

By the Toynbeean concept of challenge and response, the crisis of Western civilization consists of three imminent and mortal perils: dying populations, disintegrating cultures, and invasions unresisted.

History repeats itself. After the Roman republic spread out from the town on the Tiber to rule Italy and "the Middle Sea of Earth" from Spain to Jerusalem, from Carthage to Hadrian's Wall, the conquered peoples made their way to the imperial capital. Rome became a polyglot city of all the creeds and cultures of the empire. But these alien peoples brought with them no reverence for Roman gods, no respect for Roman tradition, no love of Roman culture. And so, as Rome had conquered the barbarians, the barbarians conquered Rome. In the fifth century, beginning with Alaric and the Visigoths in 410, the northern tribes, one after another, invaded and sacked the Eternal City. And the Dark Ages descended.

And as Rome passed away, so, the West is passing away, from the same causes and in much the same way. What the Danube and Rhine were to Rome, the Rio Grande and Mediterranean are to America and Europe, the frontiers of a civilization no longer defended.

In How the Irish Saved Civilization, Thomas Cahill writes: "To the Romans, the German tribes were riffraff; to the Germans, the Roman side of the river was the place to be. The nearest we can come to understanding this divide may be the southern border of the United States. There the spit-and-polish troops are immigration police; the hordes, the Mexicans, Haitians, and other dispossessed people seeking illegal entry."3

In his Fall of the Roman Empire: A New History of Rome and the Barbarians, Oxford's Peter Heather challenges previous historians and attributes the fall of the empire to Rome's refusal to block a great horde of refugees that arrived at its border late in the fourth century:

"In 376 a large band of Gothic refugees arrived at the Empire's Danube frontier, asking for asylum. In a complete break with established Roman policy, they were allowed in, unsubdued. They revolted, and within two years had defeated and killed the emperor Valens--the one who had received them--along with two-thirds of his army, at the battle of Hadrianople."4

At first, "this sudden surge of would-be Gothic immigrants wasn't seen as a problem at all," writes Heather. "On the contrary, Valens happily admitted them because he saw in this flood of displaced humanity a great opportunity."5 The Roman historian Ammianus wrote of how warmly the Goths were welcomed: "The affair caused more joy than fear and educated flatterers immoderately praised the good fortune of the prince, which unexpectedly brought him so many young recruits from the ends of the earth. . . ."6

What Valens had done was the Christian thing to do, but it had never been the Roman thing to do. Valens has his modern counterpart in George W. Bush. For in May 2006, Republican senators at Bush's urging joined Democrats to offer a blanket amnesty to 12 million illegal aliens and permit U.S. businesses to go abroad and bring in foreign workers. Senators had been shocked by the millions of Hispanics marching in America's cities under Mexican flags. And as was the emperor Valens, President Bush was hailed for his compassion and vision.

Just as Rome's time came, so today comes the time of the West. From Algeria, Tunisia, Morocco, Mauritania, and the old French colonies of the sub-Sahara, they cross the Mediterranean. From the mandated lands Europe tore from the Ottomans, an Islamic invasion is mounted that is changing the character of the Old Continent. And the future the militant imams have in mind for Europe is not the same as that dreamed of by the bureaucrats of Brussels.

In 2005, there came a fire bell in the night. Children of Arab and African peoples France once ruled burned and looted the suburbs of Paris and three hundred cities. Prophets without honor had warned of what was coming.

In 2005, 750,000 more Russians disappeared from the face of the earth, bringing Russia's population down to 143 million. Due to an anemic birth rate and early deaths, another 10 million will vanish in the next ten years. Meanwhile, Chinese workers and traders in the thousands annually cross the Amur and Ussuri rivers to work and live, slowly repossessing the lands lost to the czars and the world's last great storehouse of natural resources: Siberia and the Russian Far East. In the Caucasus and Central Asia, holy warriors take up arms to drive Mother Russia back whence the Cossacks came centuries ago.

And, above all, it is happening here. In the eighteenth century, America began her restless, relentless drive to dominance from the Atlantic seaboard over the mountains to the great river. In the age of Jackson and Polk, the United States tore Florida away from Spain, and Texas, the Southwest, and California away from young Mexico. By century's end, we had annexed Hawaii, Guam, Puerto Rico, and the Philippines. In 1900, U.S. Marines marched beside British imperial troops to Peking to crush the Boxer Rebellion. In the first half of the twentieth century, America invaded Mexico, built the Panama Canal, intervened in the Caribbean and Central America, smashed Japan's empire, and conquered the Pacific and East Asia.

Now the tape has begun to run in reverse. In 1960, there were perhaps 5 million Asians and Hispanics in the United States. Today, there are 57 million. Between 10 percent and 20 percent of all Mexican, Central American, and Caribbean peoples have moved into the United States. One to 2 million enter every year and stay, half of them in defiance of America's laws and disdain for America's borders. No one knows how many illegal aliens are here. The estimates run from 12 to 20 million.

This is not immigration as America knew it, when men and women made a conscious choice to turn their backs on their native lands and cross the ocean to become Americans. This is an invasion, the greatest invasion in history. Nothing of this magnitude has ever happened in so short a span of time. There are 36 million immigrants and their children in the United States today, almost as many as came to America between Jamestown in 1607 and the Kennedy election of 1960. Nearly 90 percent of all immigrants now come from continents and countries whose peoples have never been assimilated fully into any Western country.

Against the will of a vast majority of Americans, America is being transformed. As our elites nervously avert their gaze or welcome the invasion, we are witness to one of the great tragedies in human history. From Gibbon to Spengler to Toynbee and the Durants, the symptoms of dying civilizations are well known: the death of faith, the degeneration of morals, contempt for the old values, collapse of the culture, paralysis of the will. But the two certain signs that a civilization has begun to die are a declining population and foreign invasions no longer resisted.

Europe, having embraced what Pope John Paul II called a "culture of death," is far down the Roman road to ruin. For death has embraced Europe back. Not one European nation save Muslim Albania has a birth rate among its native-born that will enable it to survive the century in its present form. Birth rates below replacement levels have been the mark of all the great nations of Europe for decades. In many, the population has ceased to grow and begun to die.

Here in America, the self-delusion about what is happening and the paralysis in the face of the crisis have no precedent. What can be said for a man who would allow his home to be invaded by strangers who demanded they be fed, clothed, housed, and granted the rights of the firstborn? What can be said for a ruling elite that permits this to be done to the nation, and that celebrates it as a milestone of moral progress?

We are witnessing how nations perish. We are entered upon the final act of our civilization. The last scene is the deconstruction of the nations. The penultimate scene, now well underway, is the invasion unresisted.

Copyright © 2006 by Patrick J. Buchanan


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Table of Contents

1 How civilizations perish 1
2 The invasion 7
3 Coming to America 19
4 The face of America : 2050 36
5 Suicide of the GOP 51
6 Roots of paralysis 68
7 A grudge against the Gringo 93
8 The Aztlan plot 119
9 What is a nation? 138
10 The return of tribalism 164
11 Eurabia 187
12 "A nation of immigrants"? 220
13 Last chance 245
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 17, 2006

    what is wrong with our country

    State of emergency is more then a book it is our countries downfall. For so long America has been called a melting pot but its hard to melt when know one is stirring the pot immigration has finally being recognized in this country as a threat which is an understatement it could be our vary demise. In the novel State of Emergency Buchanan tells us of how our country is suffering from the immigration of third world nations in to America. Reading in the novel things such as ¿one in every twelve illegal aliens the U.S border patrol had apprehended was a criminal¿. It¿s hard to believe what is happening to America but when you read things like that you begin to wonder. Some major themes of the Novel of course is immigration and the issues we have with our border and the criminal problems we are having because of it. Messages you get from this novel are to secure the border stop the illegal immigration and get our country back. Things I like about the book was the information about the border and the exact numbers that are given to show how out of hand our border has become also how Buchanan has a time line of which major cities will lose the battle to illegal immigration. I also like how Buchanan tells how the immigrants do not affect the economic situation if the were to be gotten rid of the good hard working legal citizens would do the jobs that illegal have made un-workable. People should read this book because not enough people know what is happening to our nation the white people that have formed and nourished our country are slowly becoming the minority. By having more people read this novel it will have more of in impact on votes in the government to allow us to get control of our border. Another reason why people should read this book it show¿s how the criminal out break is ruining our cities like Los Angeles how gangs like MS 13 are ruining our country Buchanan also explains how it could all stop if more people would open there eyes to our dilemma. Other recommended works would be Tom tancrados In Mortal Danger my overall rating is one of the best books I¿ve ever read

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 22, 2006

    TOO MUCH SENSE

    GREAT INFORMATION! The question is, what do we do about it? I'm sick to death of weak-kneed politicians who refuse to do anything about this problem that Pat covers so well! I see civil war headed our way in the future. This book just makes too much sense...so the corrupt politicians will keep their blinders on.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 19, 2006

    Everything this guy says makes so much sense.

    Pat's done extensive research to support his claims of the perils associated with mass legal and illegal immigration. What an intriguing history lesson as well. I found myself nodding in agreement to topics including the irony in Mexico's own immigration policy towards Guatamala and the relative magnitute of one countries (Mexico) entrance into the US compared to all other immigrant groups in our country's history. A must read regardless of political party affiliation. Buy this book.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 21, 2006

    A Book Every American Should Read

    This book was hard to put down. Even though Pat Buchanan has written about this subject before, our unprotected borders are more important than ever, and this is a subject that shouldn't be silenced or forgotten. The beginning chapters are important in laying the foundation of how this country was founded and what it has become. Though they can be a bit dry in areas, the 'tribal' aspect unfolding in our society is worth noting. The second half of the book gives many examples of the effects and inequities of illegal immigration and lists measures that can correct it. As usual, Pat Buchanan hits the nail on the head and every self-respecting American should take these measures seriously and fight to have them implemented. Don't be deterred by labels of 'racists,' 'anti-immigration,' and such. There is nothing racist about defending and preserving one's country and culture. Immigration is an issue who's time has come and that needs to be dealt with. This book is a good start.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 27, 2012

    Eye opening

    What an eye opening book that I learned so much from. Mr. Buchanan puts everything in perspective and more. Our elected officials need to WAKE UP and stop thinking about getting re-elected and worry about our country. If we do not wake up NOW our country will be lost forever, America as we know it...GONE! I will buy his other books!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 8, 2006

    Two thumbs up!!

    Let's give away this book to every single person that works in Washington! It's time to wake up. This people that cross the border are taking everything and cover their backs with our laws. We have to stop the flood in one way or another. Pat Buchanan have the eyes to see whats going on in America.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 1, 2006

    Read This Book!

    If you only read one book this year, make it this one. Buchanan exposes the most critical crisis facing this country today - illegal immigration. This 'Invasion of America' poses a threat to national security and the cultural foundation that formed this country. I hope this book serves as a call to action for Americans to contact their politicians in Washington and demand they take tough actions to stop illegal immigration.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 3, 2006

    Interesting, Enlightening and Thought- Provoking

    State of Emergency will appeal to readers who appreciate well-researched nonfiction books dealing with current events issues from a historical perspective. The book's main focus is to deepen the reader's understanding of the many problems that can be created in America by the huge influx of millions of illegal immigrants who do not assimilate into the language and culture of the new nation in which they now live. The author explores the idea of what a nation really is. A nation's strength is supported and enhanced when citizens share a common language, customs, and goals. Buchanan gives a historical overview of what has caused civilizations to fail in the past. For example, he discusses problems created by tribalism, separate cultures living segregated within a country. One's loyalty may be to the tribe, not to the country as a whole. This intense loyalty to one's own ethnic group may cause constant dissention within the nation's own boundaries and weaken that nation's standard of living and potential for growth as a result. The author goes on the suggest that to remain strong and foster a unified culture which is necessary for survival, America must take action to gain control of its own borders. The author's style of writing is easy to follow, and his book is interesting, enlightening and thought provoking. Buchanan's book is also very well-documented. There are fourteen pages of notes used to write the book and two pages of bibliography for those who wish to read more.The book is a great way to gain insight into one of America's most current issues today.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 30, 2006

    Pat Sees What Most in Washington Refuse to See

    I am a county commissioner in North Carolina and our board was the first in the country to pass a resolution (1997) asking the Feds and state for help because we saw what was coming and so did Pat. I have all of Pat's books on this topic and he has been on target with each one. Our founding fathers would be ashamed of the lack of leadership that we have on this issue.

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