Can a Recognizable America Survive a Majority-Minority Future? – Part 2

In the first part of this post I was looking at the contention that a majority-minority United States would devolve into a Lebanon style multi-ethnic state where one of the tribes would dominate the other groups by threat of force.  I don’t see this as necessarily inevitable.  Switzerland is an example of a multi-ethnic state that doesn’t involve coercive means.  I said I would discuss what things would need to be done to avoid the erasure of the America we know.

I think the biggest problem currently plaguing modern-day America is that a divisive ideology has been allowed to infest schools, colleges and other institutions.  This ideology is leftism and it is inherently anti-American propaganda.  It attacks all facets of traditional life.  And piece by piece it has been allowed to assume the role of normalcy.  And always by some twisted logic, justice and kindness are used as the excuse for injustice and oppression.  So, to improve the lot of minorities and women, white men must be discriminated against by means of affirmative action.  And to make sexually confused people not feel uncomfortable a wedding baker has to either be coerced into pretending he believes in same sex marriage or bankrupted and driven out of business.  Confronting these things is the obvious and effective way to put a stop to the primary effects of this poisonous ideology.  But it’s just as important to oppose the propaganda and proselytizing efforts that are taking place in schools and corporations.  And that will require national, local and individual action.  President Trump has taken the first action by appointing conservative judges to the federal courts and specifically the Supreme Court.  Once these judges begin removing constitutional protection behind some of these programs like “same sex marriage” the States can make laws to eliminate some of these egregious court overreaches.  And once those laws are in place local groups like PTAs and school districts can start eliminating the impact these programs have on children.  At the college level it will be necessary to concentrate on the State and local colleges.  The Ivy League and lesser private colleges are very heavily infested with leftists and will probably have to be avoided until they either change or go broke.

It goes without saying that some States like East and West Coast blue states will resist any reversal of these policies.  It would be unrealistic to believe that just a few years will be needed to change this situation.  I assume the only way for blue state residents to avoid the leftist regimes they live under would be to move to red states.

As for the demographic shift to a majority minority population, I would say that many local areas with overwhelming minority populations will go the same route as Boston did with the Irish and New York did with Eastern European Jews.  People will vote in their own kind.  But if this fails to bring the American Dream, they will vote for someone else who will.  People coming to America are looking for the peace and prosperity they’ve heard about.  If a Chinese immigrant living in the Research Triangle in North Carolina has a choice to vote for a white pro-business republican or a Chinese Occupy Wall Street socialist I think the republican has a pretty good chance of winning the vote.  And if it’s a choice between a white republican and a black democrat from the inner city then I don’t think the black democrat has a chance.  As for the impoverished third world refugees currently flooding the country and clogging up the welfare rolls, they need to be ejected.  The simplest way to do that is cut off the social services and enforce the laws targeting employers of illegal immigrants.  And in general, social benefits need to be eliminated even for legal immigrants.  And finally, even legal immigration needs to be curtailed down to a trickle.

If all these ideas were pursued, it would go a long way to stabilizing this country and give us enough time to acculturate the current flood of immigrants.  Will it happen?  Hard to say.  But it will only happen if people demand it.  If we just sit back or vote in the same tired hacks, the Bushes and the Romneys, then the America we know will be replaced by a leftist nightmare where everything we believed in has been destroyed.  Trump has made a good start.  It’s up to all of us to keep the momentum going.

12 thoughts on “Can a Recognizable America Survive a Majority-Minority Future? – Part 2

  • July 21, 2018 at 4:47 pm
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    What makes the difference in affluence, dominance, inventiveness, or any number of other metrics between countries with approximate equality in land area, access to resources and innate abilities of the indigenous populations? Why does the apparent human and natural resource parity between, say the US, Brazil, Mexico and Russia not result in a broad and consistent parity in results?

    For that matter, why are the former crown colonies of Great Britain so likely to be among the most prosperous and free in the world?

    Can it be that the very most important element to add to the mix to ensure the eventual creation of a highly successful nation-state is culture?

    Your central question is : “Can a Recognizable America Survive a Majority-Minority Future?” Kill the culture and America dies, keep the culture and America continues no matter the racial makeup. Pretty obvious that the culture is the central target and has been under multi-pronged attack for decades now.

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    • July 21, 2018 at 10:24 pm
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      And that’s my guess too. If we can defend our world from the leftists and globalists and anti-white racists, America will recognizably survive.

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  • July 21, 2018 at 7:46 pm
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    Something’s going to pop. The Marxists have been pushing for decades, their agenda is entirely aggressive, the only progressive thing about this “ideology shake down racket” is it gets regressively more horrid and unacceptable with each stage.
    At some point a plateau is reach where the aggressor out of frustration of failing to shove its ideology down everyone’s throat successfully, where it obtains the raw naked power critical to its ultimate goal, decides to go full fledge violent on its intended victims. A serious possibility seeing as its getting its arse handed to it via withdrawal of consent of a vast plurality of people, and an electorate abandoning it in droves, through corrective actions of the executive branch, its pig troughs of free money are being systematically eliminated, along with judicial activism of the judicial branch, both highly injurious in corrupt political power, and money required to sustain the unsustainable, will come the day out of desperation it goes full blown violent subversion. It wont have a choice if it can’t survive what will be required to rebuild what’s lost over another series of decades.
    The Deplorable ‘s and dirt people who have always held closely to culture legacy, traditions, faith, land, property called their rifles and pistols, their way of life hard won and long learned, will not tolerate physical incursions and violent strikes into their geography. I can assure all my fellow dirt people, with absolute agreement and vice versa, we know beyond any doubt, reasonably understood, after the Marxists are through with their convergence of the metropolitan and urban population centers, we out in flyover nation know the next target of the leftists are us.
    We are an entirely different kind of Americans on this score. Highly independent. We constitute a demographic which embodies via daily life, our belief in God and his Kingdom, self sufficiency, and most important almost to a man, self determining. We are people who live with all our bones, to just simply be left alone.
    We are nothing if family, then tribe, and worse comes to worse, community, come first before any other thing outside this demographic.
    We have lived with less, learned to make do, not waste nothing, share a culture of common decency to each other, because you do that out of charity and goodness of your heart, and when your down or out, others will do for you. Its a great and honorable way of living. Money and material things come in dead last on this list.

    We know our faults better than anyone, and understand as humans we can figure out how to deal sensibly and personally, because duty and community spirit, dirt people know best what’s best for them and thiers.

    So to think you will come to my backyard, and steal or destroy everything I love, those are fighting words. Call it whatever fake bullshit you want, we call a cat a cat. And its us you plan on liquidating along with all that makes us who we are. That we are the creates threat, The existential threat, because we are America, what America has always stood for. And that makes us a natural bulwark against tyranny. One of the many noble things we Kling to is what it is which created America. We are the only ones by any measure, but as a plurality, a geographic culture, as a people of faith in God and America, we are indomitable, and as long as even one of us survives, America still exists as we know it.
    Just as we know as long as one marxist/statist sonofabitch is left to poison the world with their hate and envy, it is one Marxist statist psychopath too many.

    That is where ultimately tho is going.
    So to make an observation about the main premise and question of Z’s post, yeah, there is only room for one side here. No longer can both “coexist”. The left and its cabal have pushed and pushed, till they have pushed the issue to where ultimately it is a war of extermination.

    I know for my part, and my kin, the tribe and community, most of the counties and the state itself, comprising all us hillbilly white trash supremacist nazi’s, go ahead, stuck your dicks in the meat grinder, because that’s what it will be for you who want us dead. We will bury you in these mountains and hollows. Only the trees will know where the bones lie.
    This is what ultimately will be the fate of you damn Yankees posing as modern progressives. We know you. You have never stop waging your WA on us, the carpet baggers never left. The rules though, they are very different this 2nd war of yankeedom’s aggression. There wont be any Fort Sumter’s, we all are John Mosby this time.
    It will be 4th Generation war, a nightmare you will if lucky survive.
    Remember, you started this.
    All we ever desired has been to be left alone like all good people.

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    • July 22, 2018 at 11:45 am
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      They were getting hyperactive under Obama with the BLM and Antifa. But I think they are retreating somewhat now. They are biding their time hoping for a crisis. But that may not come.

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  • August 27, 2018 at 9:23 am
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    Hello there!

    I hope all is well. This is your son’s friend Kristian! I came across your articles, and have questions about the totality of your views. Please oblige, for education’s sake!

    1) Please define the term anti-American and what people/ideas constitute this label. What is your definition of American? Is it American to disregard the word united in the United States of America?

    2) If I am not mistaken, your family immigrated to the United States a few short generations ago. Why should the acceptance of your family be deemed acceptable? Is there something superior about your family compared to those who wish to immigrate here too? Did the immigration of your family make you American? My family did not immigrate here. Does that make me more American than you?

    3) Evolution and death are life’s equalizers. Life that adapts survives. Do you fear change? Do you fear lack of adaptability? Do you fear loss of power? Do you fear your presumed power is what qualifies your presumed superiority, and its loss would render you inadequate?

    4) Fear is biologic and primitive. Human ability to rationalize separates us from less sophisticated animals. If indeed your conservation stems from fear, are your thoughts rational or reactive?

    5) I notice your concern about the inequalities and injustices of white males. However your arguments of white male disparities are not statistically sound. What other group(s) of people do you feel your disparities align with? What research/facts/statistics/case studies/scientific studies rationalize your feelings?

    6) It seems that you feel marginalized in some way and are discontent with such a paradigm. Should white men be immune to the discomforts of the human experience? If so, is fragility to blame? Do you wish discontentment upon others to aliviate yourself of discomfort? Do you feel so destitute that you must dominate others to survive? Is the destruction of others the only way you know how to thrive? Is that the only cunning you apply?

    7) You and I go to work everyday. We pay our bills and are in debt. We are one serious illness away from being bankrupt. Public school is where our families were educated and the increase in gas prices limits the cars we are willing to drive. We both drive pre-owned cars and enjoy less than 1 month of vacation a year. We save for retiriement but we both fear it won’t be enough. We both hope our salvation will come from our entrepreurial Internet endeavors. You have more in common with me, a 29 year old black woman from California, than you have with Donald Trump. He knows it, I know it, yet you seem to ignore it. Besides your white male genetics (an inconsequential trait that you esteem as if you procured it yourself) and ethnocentrism, what else bonds you to his way of life? If indeed you are so alike, and if indeed self-preservation is essential to the white male naritive, then indeed, would not he serve his own interest before he serves someone like you?

    Because again my friend, you are the same someone as me.

    Thank you for your time and I look forward to reading your response. It is important for me to understand. Flawed understanding yields flawed knowledge.

    Take care,

    Kristian

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      • August 27, 2018 at 11:04 am
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        * Lastly, for the interest of clarity, in question five when I mention the disparities of white males, I agree that there are inequalities, but I’m asking for research that supports disparities of health, wealth, education, incarceration, etc., contribute more to white male plight as opposed to non-white male plight.

        Thanks again.

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    • August 27, 2018 at 12:52 pm
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      Hello there!
      I hope all is well. This is your son’s friend Kristian! I came across your articles, and have questions about the totality of your views. Please oblige, for education’s sake!
      Hi Kristian! Sure.
      1) Please define the term anti-American and what people/ideas constitute this label. What is your definition of American? Is it American to disregard the word united in the United States of America?
      I would say anti-American is anything that unfairly works against Americans. Americans are the citizens who believe in the United States. The Left is what has already divided America. The Left has been able to change California into Mexico. So the Left does not want us united. So by definition they are anti-American.
      2) If I am not mistaken, your family immigrated to the United States a few short generations ago. Why should the acceptance of your family be deemed acceptable?
      Yes. Our family immigrated to the United States at the end of the 1880s. It was acceptable to the government of the United States at that time. At other times the United States did not accept immigrants. Different times, different laws. But in any time there are limits to how many immigrants the country can absorb. If too many people come it will swamp out the original inhabitants. In the case of an advance country it will also crash the economic system.
      Is there something superior about your family compared to those who wish to immigrate here too?
      Nothing at all.
      Did the immigration of your family make you American?
      When my family came here we came to become Americans. If we had wished to remain apart we would have refused to learn English and we would have hated the people who already lived here and we would talk about the day when we would outnumber them and take their stuff away. Sort of like the talk you here on the Left today.
      My family did not immigrate here. Does that make me more American than you?
      In a sense, yes. You have a longer history here.
      3) Evolution and death are life’s equalizers. Life that adapts survives.
      Do you fear change?
      Everyone should fear change that is for the worse. Communism and divisive politics is for the worse. Excessive immigration will make it worse.
      Do you fear lack of adaptability?
      I think resisting attack is not a lack of adaptability. It’s just basic survival instinct.
      Do you fear loss of power?
      The thing I fear is the country descending into chaos.
      Do you fear your presumed power is what qualifies your presumed superiority, and its loss would render you inadequate?
      The issue is not one of superiority, it is an issue of stability. The country is being flooded with immigrants to lower the price of labor to benefit large corporations. At the same time the Left is demonizing white people, especially white men to demoralize people. That is something I find unacceptable.
      4) Fear is biologic and primitive. Human ability to rationalize separates us from less sophisticated animals. If indeed your conservation stems from fear, are your thoughts rational or reactive?
      They are both rational and reactive. I am reacting to the tactics being used. It is rational to react to a threat.
      5) I notice your concern about the inequalities and injustices of white males. However your arguments of white male disparities are not statistically sound. What other group(s) of people do you feel your disparities align with? What research/facts/statistics/case studies/scientific studies rationalize your feelings?
      Reverse discrimination is still discrimination. It is always a net negative. It damages everyone involved and causes resentment.
      6) It seems that you feel marginalized in some way and are discontent with such a paradigm. Should white men be immune to the discomforts of the human experience? If so, is fragility to blame? Do you wish discontentment upon others to aliviate yourself of discomfort? Do you feel so destitute that you must dominate others to survive? Is the destruction of others the only way you know how to thrive? Is that the only cunning you apply?
      This series of questions don’t seem to match my way of looking at the questions. Unless someone is very, very wealthy it is hard to avoid the discomforts of our present society. Scapegoating white men is a destructive tactic that I naturally oppose. It is inherently unjust.
      7) You and I go to work everyday. We pay our bills and are in debt. We are one serious illness away from being bankrupt. Public school is where our families were educated and the increase in gas prices limits the cars we are willing to drive. We both drive pre-owned cars and enjoy less than 1 month of vacation a year. We save for retiriement but we both fear it won’t be enough. We both hope our salvation will come from our entrepreurial Internet endeavors. You have more in common with me, a 29 year old black woman from California, than you have with Donald Trump. He knows it, I know it, yet you seem to ignore it. Besides your white male genetics (an inconsequential trait that you esteem as if you procured it yourself) and ethnocentrism, what else bonds you to his way of life? If indeed you are so alike, and if indeed self-preservation is essential to the white male naritive, then indeed, would not he serve his own interest before he serves someone like you?
      Because again my friend, you are the same someone as me.
      All that you say is very true. We are all very alike. We all want and need the same things. And one of the things we all want is to have a voice. Before Donald Trump was elected, the last time I felt like I was represented by the government was when Ronald Reagan was president. That was in the 1980s. Since then every President has ignored what this country has wanted. The Bushes, Clintons and Obama spoke for the Elites. They wanted us to accept a globalism that doesn’t reflect the America of most people. And that is why someone as impossibly cartoonish as Donald Trump actually is the best choice for me. He recognizes that illegal immigration is a weapon to disenfranchise the current residents of this country and basically turn them into serfs. And that should interest everyone who lives here regardless of race, gender or income level because as bad as it is now things will only get worse when America is turned into a third world nation. Even the people whose parents came here thirty years ago know that. They remember where they came from and don’t want to have that same reality here.

      Thank you for your time and I look forward to reading your response. It is important for me to understand. Flawed understanding yields flawed knowledge.
      Take care,
      Kristian

      You’re welcome.

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  • August 27, 2018 at 8:30 pm
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    “I would say anti-American is anything that unfairly works against Americans. Americans are the citizens who believe in the United States. The Left is what has already divided America. The Left has been able to change California into Mexico. So the Left does not want us united. So by definition they are anti-American.”

    1) White men are who already divided America, Constitutionally speaking. That is not rhetoric, that is history.

    “Yes. Our family immigrated to the United States at the end of the 1880s. It was acceptable to the government of the United States at that time. At other times the United States did not accept immigrants. Different times, different laws. But in any time there are limits to how many immigrants the country can absorb. If too many people come it will swamp out the original inhabitants. In the case of an advance country it will also crash the economic system.”

    2) The original inhabitants of this land were swamped out centuries ago. That stated, in our most recent economic downturn, was immigration the epicenter of middle-class demise? Please correct me if I’m wrong, but 30 years of dismantling post-Great Depression banking and business regulation proceeded the economic crash of 2007. Corporate greed sealed the fates of middle-class Americans. Corporations owned, lobbied, and ran by white men unearthed our economic systems. Immigration regulation has its shortcomings, but cannot be the sole scapegoat for the corruption and inequalities of American politics and the disenfranchisement of American people.

    “When my family came here we came to become Americans. If we had wished to remain apart we would have refused to learn English and we would have hated the people who already lived here and we would talk about the day when we would outnumber them and take their stuff away. Sort of like the talk you here on the Left today.”

    3) Where do your insights about the intentions of non-white Americans/immigrants stem from? You live in a predominantly white suburb, and have done so for decades. What measures have you taken to gain accurate insights about non-white Americans and their communities? What qualifies you to enlighten others about non-white narratives?

    “Q: My family did not immigrate here. Does that make me more American than you?
    A: In a sense, yes. You have a longer history here.”

    4) I am the backbone of the history here.

    “Everyone should fear change that is for the worse. Communism and divisive politics is for the worse. Excessive immigration will make it worse.”

    5) I am interested in your definition of divisive politics. Were you somewhat baffled by the Helsinki Summit of 2018?

    “The issue is not one of superiority, it is an issue of stability. The country is being flooded with immigrants to lower the price of labor to benefit large corporations. At the same time the Left is demonizing white people, especially white men to demoralize people. That is something I find unacceptable. “

    6) Since the year 1619, from plantations to railroads and beyond, white Americans have used free and cheap labor for economic advancement. You speak about this phenomenon as if it is new. Why is that? Please, again, what research/facts/statistics/case studies/scientific studies rationalize your feelings that white-men suffer in comparison to others on issues such as wealth, health, education, employment, incarceration, etc.? Please provide proof that white-men are at a disadvantage throughout these fundamental institutions.

    “They are both rational and reactive. I am reacting to the tactics being used. It is rational to react to a threat.”

    7) Reactivity can, and often does, occur without rational insight. Pupils react to light, elements react to form chemicals, and nerves react to painful stimuli. Fear is a great motivator, but it is a demoralizing one as well. Do you bear any responsibility for your feelings of demoralization? Is it productive to solely blame outside stimuli for your internal conflicts? If so, is such practice rational?

    “Reverse discrimination is still discrimination. It is always a net negative. It damages everyone involved and causes resentment.”

    8) I agree. Again, please be specific about the discrimination of white men in America. Is your sole argument Affirmative Action? What additional legislation systemically discriminates against you as a white male?

    “This series of questions don’t seem to match my way of looking at the questions. Unless someone is very, very wealthy it is hard to avoid the discomforts of our present society. Scapegoating white men is a destructive tactic that I naturally oppose. It is inherently unjust.”

    9) Again, specifically how are white men being scapegoated? How is justice not in your favor?

    “… The Bushes, Clintons and Obama spoke for the Elites. They wanted us to accept a globalism that doesn’t reflect the America of most people. And that is why someone as impossibly cartoonish as Donald Trump actually is the best choice for me. He recognizes that illegal immigration is a weapon to disenfranchise the current residents of this country and basically turn them into serfs. And that should interest everyone who lives here regardless of race, gender or income level because as bad as it is now things will only get worse when America is turned into a third world nation. Even the people whose parents came here thirty years ago know that. They remember where they came from and don’t want to have that same reality here.”

    10) In recent news, multiple rich white men of the Republican party have been sieged for financial felonies including tax evasion, insider trading, and bank fraud. By committing these felonies, they stole from you and me. Yet you trust this leadership with your salvation? If investigations find that President Trump also stole from you and your community by failing to contribute his fair share of taxes, would you still believe that he has your best interest at heart? Or even the best interest of America for that matter? Is it wise for any American to pledge unyielding loyalty to a singular political party?

    For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction. For better or worse, the same tactics (many of them deplorable by any human standard) that brought wealth to America, may indeed be the catalysts of democratic evolution in the United States.

    Thank you again for your time. I am gaining insight to your values and concerns.

    Kristian

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    • August 27, 2018 at 9:24 pm
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      Hello Kristian:
      Well, you asked your questions, I answered them and I have your replies and further questions. Based on the nature of our separate points of view I am going to guess that we will go round and round. I do not think I will change your mind and I’m pretty sure you will not change mine. But of course you are entitled to your opinion just as am I. And the fact that our different experiences of the world inform those opinions as they do is unsurprising and as it should be. I will assume that your opinion is meant for the good and hopefully you will believe the same of mine. Feel free to comment. I think stating our opinions is a good thing. But I can’t guarantee to agree.

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      • August 27, 2018 at 11:16 pm
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        I never shared my opinions with you. I asked you questions about yours. I was hoping for discourse rooted in facts, research, and legislation, not opinion. I asked you to provide studies, statistics, or legislature that gave weight and reason to your opinions. You provided none.

        My goal in this discussion was never to change your opinion. It was to gain insight into your ideals and introduce myself to new information. I feel that I am a better person because of it. I may be wrong, but I am willing to bet that your opinions have never been investigated by a young black woman. I hope this experience was enlightening for you too.

        Stating opinions is a good thing, but is it enough? Wouldn’t asking questions and seeking answers be more productive?

        Thanks again, and take care.

        Kristian

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        • August 28, 2018 at 7:33 am
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          Internet debate is an endless thing and always seems to end in quarrels. I prefer to let people state their opinion. If it differs from mine, so be it. I do limit discussion to a reasonable level of civility. But I feel there is a certain value in the getting to express your opinion. And as you say your point of view is fairly different from some of those I’ve seen here. But I do have several Bernie Bros. readers so it’s not completely one sided. So give me your take on things. It is welcome.

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