Last September, white nationalist Theodore Beale (a.k.a. Vox Day) unveiled a plan to create his own online university. Known as “Voxiversity” — yes, he really named it that — this project is “intended to give tens of millions of men and women the ability to thrive and survive in the culture wars.”
Nearly six months later Beale finally released his first Voxiversity episode on immigration, which was apparently so racist that YouTube “disabled some features, such as comments, sharing, and suggested videos”:
In the video, Beale compared immigration to warfare, and actually concluded that, in some ways, immigration is actually worse than war. “What’s interesting,” he said, “when you compare immigration and war, is that interestingly enough, war may actually be less of a problem.”
Beale said that in spite of Germany capturing Paris twice, France still stayed French, because military operations eventually end. On the other hand, “settlers never go home” — something he said he can “attest to” as an “American Indian.”
“Eventually it gets to the point where the native people are so conquered, the native people are so overrun, that they completely lose their identity and are subsumed into the conquering peoples,” Beale claimed.
He cited the Umayyad conquest of Hispania in 711 CE to show how dangerous it is to take in large numbers of immigrants and refugees — which he likened to an invading army.
Since the Umayyad Caliphate needed only 25,000 soldiers to take the region, and it “took the Spanish 781 years” to retake it, Beale predicted that the million refugees who traveled to Europe last year would do even greater damage.
“Now, we don’t know what’s gonna happen, but if it took them 700 years to reclaim their land, it doesn’t seem to bode well for anyone to think that these populations are going to be able to coexist in peace,” he concluded.