TBR RADIO’S DIXIE HERITAGE HOUR March 29, 2019 –Tom Kawczynski

TBR Radio's Dixie Heritage Hour

In this week’s TBR Radio Presents: The Dixie Heritage Hour Dr. Ed calls Tom Kawczynski.

Tom was the former city manager of Jackman, Maine, a job from which he was fired for being a white Christian man.

Jackman is a small town in rural Maine with about 1,000 citizens who are almost all white. The feds wanted to dump 40,000 Somali refugees in the area against the will of the citizens. That’s when the massive media campaign against Tom began.

Tom talks about the ways that the feds will change the demographics of an area through Section 8 housing, refugee settlement, forced immigration of foreigners and also forced migration of minorities into white areas.

Since Jackman is near the Canadian border, Tom worked regularly with his counterparts on the other side of the border. Many Canadians are fearful of their central government and the demographic changes it is forcing on its rural communities. Quebec has been systematically over-populated with Africans and Haitians who will soon outnumber the native population while British Columbia and Ontario are being systematically over-populated with Asians. As a result, Canada’s changing demographics will make it so that 10 years from now our nation’s biggest security threat will be at the NORTHERN Border rather than the southern.

Tom and Ed talk about the strengths and weaknesses of the Trump administration, what will happen if the president does not get a handle on immigration and Tom’s four books. His most popular book is The Coming Civil War. In it, he lays out four possible outcomes for America’s future.

We are living in interesting times. This interview tries to make at least a little sense of them.

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