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Best Immigration podcasts we could find (updated November 2019)
Best Immigration podcasts we could find
Updated November 2019
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Renaissance Radio
Weekly
 
The official podcast of American Renaissance, hosted by AR editor Jared Taylor.
 
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Mosaic
Monthly+
 
A podcast about the American immigration experience -- past and present.
 
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Jared Taylor and Paul Kersey get a good laugh over what really happened at Western CT State U. They also discuss how Kansas City lost its MLK Street, Congolese in Missoula, Bob’s Burgers & Teriyaki, the prophet Mohammed’s “British values,” mother-daughter felons in Prince George’s County, and the newly declared health emergency in Madison, Wisc ...…
 
The triple decker home is an icon of urban New England that's given a start to generations of immigrants. But what’s life like inside the walls of a three family home?By Alex Nunes
 
You walk by them, maybe you live in one. But do you know the triple-decker home was once a symbol of anti-immigrant sentiment in New England?By Alex Nunes
 
If white children can’t wear sombreros, Jared Taylor and Paul Kersey want to know whether black girls can dress up as Snow White. They also discuss ominous poll findings about free speech, why grammar is white supremacy, “cancellation of removal,” foreign languages spoken at home, why people listen to classical music, battles over monuments, an ...…
 
Jared Taylor and Paul Kersey recount the sad story of Mexico’s latest capitulation to the real government of Sinaloa State. They also discuss the sudden rise in Mexican asylum-seekers, the adventures of Wilber Martinez-Guzman, why “extremism” is so popular on YouTube, why the “nicest place to live in America” may not be for long, and the best l ...…
 
On one of the most controversial holidays in America, Providence's historic Italian-American neighborhood celebrates its identity.By Ana Gonzalez
 
Jared Taylor and Paul Kersey applaud the BBC for its exposé of “pleasure marriages” despite complaints that it was an insult to Islam. They also discuss Twitter’s new censorship rules for politicians, whether Brittany Cooper is right about Donald Trump, the fracas at Georgia Southern University, black family values in Dayton, the tightening vic ...…
 
Connecting with a new place and new people can be tough when you don’t know the dominant language. In this episode of Mosaic, we meet a Chinese immigrant who does it with fun, food, and little bit of fishing.By Alex Nunes
 
Jared Taylor and Paul Kersey laugh at the latest lefty fantasy: cure all root causes of crime and then abolish prisons. But won’t they want to keep them as reeducation camps for “racists”? Taylor and Kersey also discuss the “biased” GRE, Rihanna’s revelations, “racist” math, Chinese polluters, King County follies, election promises in Mexico, a ...…
 
Part II of the Aaron Lopez saga brings us to a burial ground in Newport, where headstones give us insight into the lives of enslaved and free Africans in colonial Rhode Island.By Ana Gonzalez
 
Jared Taylor and Paul Kersey analyze Judge Allison Burroughs’ incoherent decision. They also discuss “Rumors of War,” “Angels Unawares,” yet more ICEcapades, the latest interracial crime stats, Sarah Jeong, Lori Lightfoot, Afghans in Greece, and what happens when you try a hunger strike in Japan.
 
Aaron Lopez flees the Spanish Inquisition and arrives in Newport in 1752 a religious refugee. He quickly becomes a successful entrepreneur and a pillar of the Jewish community. At the same time, he’s actively funding slaving voyages.By Ana Gonzalez
 
Jared Taylor and Paul Kersey explain why the International Society of Anglo-Saxonists joined the boot-lickers. Taylor and Kersey also discuss the right to be forgotten, the latest casualty in the sneaker wars, what Sherikia Hawkins, Ibram X. Kendi and Steven Muhammad are up to, how to get blacks to study physics, and what happened when UNC Char ...…
 
Kamal was one of many Yazidis to leave Iraq after the ISIS genocide. But now he’s in a foreign place where no one outside his home practices his faith.By Alex Nunes
 
Jared Taylor and Paul Kersey analyze the latest House Judiciary Committee talks on whether to confiscate firearms from known gang members and ”white nationalists.” They also discuss the best countries in which to lose your wallet, ICEcapades, good sense from Eric Holder, rogue judges in Massachusetts, Asian intelligence, bashing Bernie Sanders, ...…
 
A Brazilian teenager immigrates to the US with their mom and finds gender-affirming language and community.By Ana Gonzalez
 
Jared Taylor and Paul Kersey salute East European leaders who say no to replacement migration and are working to boost native fertility. Taylor and Kersey also discuss mounting insanity in Canada, people who think it should be illegal to join the NRA, the latest on the border wall, how many black women support Trump, and the latest victims of “ ...…
 
Luis was smuggled into the U.S. when he was just eight years old. He built a life in New Bedford, Mass., but his world came “crashing down” when his parent’s legal status split apart the family.By Alex Nunes
 
Jared Taylor and PK comment on YouTube’s report that it banned 100,000 videos and 17,000 channels in just three months. Wouldn’t stockholders prefer that the company fire its army of censors and let a hundred flowers bloom? Taylor and PK also discuss Ben & Jerry’s new flavor, Jussie Smollett’s latest adventures, Beta-male O’Rourke, Italy’s new ...…
 
Single mom Pichuna and her 8 kids connect with the Armenian community in Providence over their shared histories of being refugees and finding solace in church.By Ana Gonzalez
 
Jared Taylor interviews Frodi Midjord about two exciting conferences he is planning for the fall. Register here: https://www.counter-currents.com/2019/08/the-scandza-forum-returns-to-copenhagen/
 
Estela came to the United States by chance and only planned to stay a couple of months. Nearly fifteen years later, she lives here with her husband, two kids, and an active deportation order against her.By Alex Nunes
 
Jared Taylor and PK celebrate the ground-breaking after the Supreme Court approved use of DoD funds to build President Trump’s wall. Taylor and PK also discuss reinstatement of the federal death penalty, the SAT’s new “adversity score,” rubbing out white men, what NYC’s School Diversity Committee wants, rapists on the loose, what you can’t say ...…
 
Jared Taylor and PK go over the details of the Eric Garner case to explain why Daniel Pantaleo should not have been fired. They also discuss a promising change to “disparate impact” doctrine, idiocy in Illinois, ADL hysteria, dueling DAs in Philadelphia, the "1619 Project," how to stalk your teenage boy, the rising tide of Africans, and the gre ...…
 
A Syrian doctor risks his career and life for his home during a gruesome civil war. Then, he faces a choice: become the enemy or leave everything behind.By Ana Gonzalez
 
Jared Taylor and PK marvel at the people who should know better who tell us ‘Mike-Mike’ was “murdered.” They also discuss Joe Biden’s campaign-trail antics, how ankle monitors work, goofy Richard Gere, goofy Pope Francis, the goofy NFL, Kamala Harris’s plan to take your guns, and the latest attack on an ICE facility.…
 
Three friends from Fall River, Massachusetts, use the struggles of second generation Portuguese Americans as inspiration for careers in comedy (contains a handful of instances of mild swears).By Alex Nunes
 
Jared Taylor, PK, and guest Colin Flaherty marvel at a new movie—in theaters September 27—about rich liberals who get back at the "ratfucker-in-chief" by killing his supporters. Your hosts also discuss reactions to El Paso (including Mexico's threat to sue us for not protecting its citizens), "red flag" laws, and more-than-usually contemptible ...…
 
By the time he was 10 years old, Guillermo knew he wanted to be a drug dealer. At 30, he was sitting in a federal prison in North Carolina, awaiting deportation to the Dominican Republic. *This episode contains explicit language*By Ana Gonzalez
 
Jared Taylor and PK explain why the “art of the deal” that made Guatemala a “safe third country” is so important. They also discuss the continuing fallout from the President’s Baltimore remarks, abysmal ignorance about mass shootings, “kill all white people,” Devonta Allen’s urban renewal program, the horrors of diversity in Britain, and the la ...…
 
After settling in Wisconsin, members of the Brothertown tribe are forced to give up their reservation to avoid a government ordered removal to present-day Kansas, setting in motion an unforeseen legal battle their ancestors will fight more than a century later.By Ana Gonzalez
 
Jared Taylor and Paul Kersey note that the first batch of harmless victims of “overincarceration” released under President Trump’s new, “First Step” sentencing guidelines include rapists, robbers, burglars, and murderers. Taylor and Kersey also discuss a City Journal article on why the jails should stay full, a new study on police shootings, wh ...…
 
Betrayed by his mentor Eleazar Wheelock and wary of all colonists, Samson Occom forms a new American Indian tribe in the mid-1770s and leads his followers on a journey further west.By Ana Gonzalez
 
Jared Taylor and PK take a good look at Congress’s “Resolution Condemning President Trump’s Racist Comments.” Congress shows how quickly it can act: It slapped the President in the face just one day after his tweets. Taylor and PK also discuss “ICE heroes,” Central Americans reverting to type, Area 51, the deportation raids that didn’t happen, ...…
 
The impact of early European immigration on Native Americans in New England is examined through the story of Samson Occom, a brilliant Mohegan Indian from Eastern Connecticut who gains fame on two continents before his story takes a dramatic and unexpected turn.By Alex Nunes
 
Jared Taylor and PK discuss proposed legislation that would rescind 20 medals of honor awarded to Americans who killed the wrong kind of people. They also talk about Kamala Harris’s new giveaway, insanity in Vermont, insanity in Arizona, insanity in law school, AfroFuture Fest, why “the new Atlanta” is “racist,” #ADOS, “infiltrators,” and how F ...…
 
It's May of 1637, and English armies are preparing to attack a large Pequot fort in Connecticut colony. What happens next will change the relationship between indigenous tribes of New England and colonists forever. And it's all thanks to Roger Williams.By Ana Gonzalez
 
Jared Taylor and PK admit they didn’t anticipate something that happens when you let people beat the fare: The subway becomes skid row. Taylor and PK also discuss Nike’s snub to Betsy Ross, Cory Booker’s open-borders plan, California legislation to let illegals play Democrat politics, new data on illegals, Africans marching through Central Amer ...…
 
Gambian refugee Omar Bah starts his life over in Providence, Rhode Island, and turns his struggle into a mission to help other refugees.By Alex Nunes
 
Gambian journalist Omar Bah flees his country after the government orders a national manhunt for him, putting Omar’s life at stake.By Ana Gonzalez
 
Jared Taylor and his co-host laugh at candidate Elizabeth Warren’s libido for reparations—not just for blacks but for same-sex couples and American Indians. The hosts also discuss Donald Trump’s latest hot air on deportations, the Project Veritas Google bombshell, French Facebook’s decision to treat “haters” like terrorists, why you can no long ...…
 
Jared Taylor and PK laugh at the beating Joe Biden got for saying that the Senate of 35 years ago was a better place. They also discuss drivers’ licenses for illegals in New York, Medicaid for illegals in California, the reparations circus and its real-world consequences, glimmers of hope on the southern border, and bad news from South Africa.…
 
Henry Wolff and PK discuss the Black Lives Matter rioting in Memphis after U.S. Marshals killed a 20-year-old. They speculate about why BLM has been on the back burner during the Trump presidency. They cover the whopping $44 million in damages a jury awarded to a family-owned bakery which was defamed as "racist." Finally, they cover the front-p ...…
 
The hosts note that knife crime is so bad in Britain that immigrant parents are sending young men back to Africa. They also discuss the latest wave of YouTube censorship, phony charges of “genocide” against Canada, the crisis at the Mexico border, why the word “owner” is racist, the rising lunacy of white liberals, weekend mayhem in Chicago, an ...…
 
Jared Taylor and PK shake their heads over the what happened to 19-year-old Marlen—and at what her father said afterwards. They also talk about the latest MLK revelations, a new study of white privilege, the truth about serial killers, how much refugees cost us, why the British Army doesn’t like patriots, and how New York City’s new school supe ...…
 
Jared Taylor and PK have a laugh over Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s complaint that urban gardening has been “colonized” by the cauliflower when the “people” want to grow yucca instead. The hosts also discuss how $150 billion left the country, the wisdom of Ben Carson, Nazi runes, what Soros hath wrought, why it’s not OK to be white in New Zealand, ...…
 
Jared Taylor and PK laugh at the latest jab at “white women.” They also discuss the sad sagas of Lars Sullivan and Natasha Tynes, the state of emergency in Deming, shocking frankness about race the New York Times, the latest “sanctuary” outrage, and good news from Europe.
 
The hosts note that fanatics have forced MasterCard to let its shareholders vote on a plan to make sure the company won’t do business with the likes of us. They also discuss the latest phony "racism" panic, Bernie on felon voting, social media censorship and efforts to stop it, good news on asylum and "public charge" deportations, the "Chocolat ...…
 
Jared Taylor and PK congratulate Congresswoman Ilhan Omar on making her position clear. They also discuss other notable Somalis—ex-cop Mohamed Noor and burkini-sporting Halima Aden—and the sad record Somalis have left in Switzerland. Taylor and PK then talk about Judge Richard Moore’s good decision, Judge Shelley Joseph’s bad decision, Bill Cos ...…
 
Radio Renaissance hosts note the separatist implications of arguing that non-whites must be represented by non-whites. Shouldn't the same go for whites? The podcast also covers the antics of two black ladies—Ellen Edwards and Whitney Davis—as well as the fun that was had at Fun Land, the $2 billion spent by illegals to get here, how much we spe ...…
 
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