The Sickening Hypocrisy of Warren Buffett
by John I. Johnson
BILLIONAIRE Warren Buffett has quietly done a great deal to advance Jewish interests and harm Whites during his long lifetime. Recently he publicly urged Congress, in conjunction with fellow billionaires Bill Gates and Jewish casino owner Sheldon Adelson, to step up the pace of replacement migration. (ILLUSTRATION: Warren Buffett and his staff)
Buffett and his co-authors said, while encouraging Congress to welcome more non-White immigrants who will take jobs from Whites:
“Most Americans believe that our country has a clear and present interest in enacting immigration legislation that is both humane to immigrants living here and a contribution to the well-being of our citizens…. We believe it borders on insanity to train intelligent and motivated people in our universities — often subsidizing their education — and then to deport them when they graduate… Americans are a forgiving and generous people, and who among us is not happy that their forebears — whatever their motivation or means of entry — made it to our soil?… Signs of a more productive attitude in Washington — which passage of a well-designed immigration bill would provide — might well lift spirits and thereby stimulate the economy. It’s time for 535 of America’s citizens to remember what they owe to the 318 million who employ them.”
Buffett often engages in showy public displays of multiracialism with elite Negro basketball stars and such as well.
But look again at the picture which opens this article — there he is with his Omaha office staff, the people he hires and works with every day at Berkshire Hathaway, the company he owns.
I’m mighty tired of people like Buffett. I long ago had my fill of them, in all fields of endeavor.
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Source: Author and National Vanguard correspondents
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