Mark Krikorian, Executive Director of the Center for Immigration Studies (CIS), has once again contributed writing to The Social Contract, a white nationalist quarterly founded by John Tanton. The theme of the journal’s Summer 2013 issue featuring Krikorian’s writing – “Refugee racket” – discusses the supposed problems with the United States’ refugee and asylum policies. The problem Krikorian and the issue’s other contributors have with these policies? They exist.
“[O]ur foreign-policy elite,” Krikorian writes, “views the actual U.S. as a sort of hinterland where they can dump their overseas problems.” Later, the CIS director discusses the policies pertaining to Palestinian refugees, lamenting that “our responsibility extends no farther than buying them bus tickets to Riyadh, not flying them to Rochester.”
Other contributors to The Social Contract’s Summer 2013 installment include white nationalists Wayne Lutton, John Vinson, Rick Oltman, Brenda Walker, the Holocaust-denying Peter Gemma, and regular VDARE.com contributor Edwin S. Rubenstein. Leon Kolankiewicz and Michael Cutler, both Senior Writing Fellows for Californians for Population Stabilization, also supply content for the issue.
Krikorian has appeared in The Social Contract’s pages on four separate occasions dating back to 1996. For someone who deliberately attempts to distance himself and his organization from white nationalists involved in the anti-immigrant movement, his appearance in the journal’s latest issue certainly hinders his efforts.