Here’s Jared Taylor of the American Renaissance website questioning a panel of racially clueless Republicans concerning the rise and influence of Hispanic immigrants in light of a declining white population. Whites are expected to celebrate the influence and growing dominance of Hispanic immigrants, yet say little to nothing about their declining numbers. If you listen carefully, they talked a lot but said little that was substantive and relevant. They were obfuscating and doing their best to weasel out of the implications of Taylor’s question.
They are uncomfortable with such questions because they don’t see anything particularly unique or special about their white racial heritage. They assume (wrongly, of course) that the Mexican invaders will gladly carry on the great principles of our Republic and value those traditions that are at the heart and core of the American experiment. But they won’t.
None of the panel members are racially conscious and one even admitted that it doesn’t matter where the immigrants come from. He said this for obvious political reasons, but also because he assumes that all racial groups and cultures can live harmoniously as one even though human history has proven the complete opposite. The racial and cultural strife between different groups in America is the direct result of our politicians not thinking through the implications of their immigration policies.
This is why Republicans, including Democrats, cannot be trusted on immigration issues. They both want to legalize hordes of low IQ peasants from Mexico and Latin America. The Democrats want it so as to increase their political base. The Republicans want it for the same reason, but also to prove how non-racist and ‘tolerant’ they are. They want to help abandon the notion that the Republican Party is dominated by ‘stuffy, conservative old white men.’
The “Stupid Party” as Sam Francis used to refer to them, doesn’t realize that the overwhelming majority of Hispanic immigrants have no intention of aligning with the GOP. The very notion of limited government, low taxes, rugged individualism, freedom from government intervention over our daily lives, private property rights, freedom from a burdening welfare state, and the abiding principles found in both the U.S. Constitution and Bill of Rights is utterly foreign to them. To the invading squat-monsters, these are nothing more than the white man’s mumbo-jumbo.