Tuesday, October 20, 2020

What Made America Great? Did Third-World Immigrants Dilute the Punch Bowl, or Crap in It?

By Grand Rapids Anonymous
Tuesday, October 20, 2020 at 2:08:00 A.M. EDT

This was a White country—THAT’S what made it great. The mix of hard-working Whites from Poland, Germany, Italy and the Netherlands mostly—but all Whites—were the backbone of our land. Add any other groups you want who are Caucasian.

With blacks, Mexicans, and Muslims (Asians either, sorry) populating this land since the 1960s and ‘70s, in increasing numbers, this is not the USA anymore—it wasn’t what we were about from 1776 to 1960.The predominance of Whites vs. other ethnic groups, during that time span made us the United States OF WHITE PEOPLE—successfully.

In 2020, the reason we’re so divided is because of the rot of non-White immigrants (I include blacks brought here as well in slave days). Their forefathers never fought for independence from England to attain the right to live here. Mexicans and blacks can never be Americans the way Whites are, because of our history (and their lack of it)—which is why they want to erase it.

Whites started the country, fought for it, and through a creative explosion of ideas and inventions, took the world to the next evolutionary step of progress and leadership.

What’s to envy now? Black-run (and destroyed) cities, Mex neighborhoods? Muslims taking over towns in Michigan and Minnesota? If you dilute the punch bowl—you ruin the product.

That’s what’s been done here the last 50 years—and it shows. --GRA



John Henry Eden said...

Except for Palatinate Germans, the other Europeans you mentioned were cheap labor immigrants imported by the Robber Barons in the late 19th c.. Oh yeah, they brought in communist/anarchist Jews too. Talk about nursing serpents in our national bosom

Warlord said...

They blew loose a watery one, for sure.

Anonymous said...

No one could ever built this continent in such short time as the whitey did. Non-whites will not even be able to maintain what has been built,much less improve it.

Anonymous said...

Washington State used to be more balanced with enough Republicans being elected to prevent total Democrat madness. But the greedy tech tyrants--Bill Gates, Bezos, etc. flooded the Eastside with first Chinese, then Indians. Now the Republican area east of Lake Washington has been swamped with socialist immigrants whose votes have given total control of the Washington State government to the Democrats--just like California. Some of us have businesses which have taken many years to build to the point of providing a living and cannot just move away and start over. Of course if Biden wins, there will be no safe place anywhere. I am hoping nationally for a big enough Trump landslide to overcome all the cheat-by-mail efforts of the socialist Democrats. If Biden wins it will soon be President Harris and we will have a third world tsunami, our gun rights will disappear, social security and medicare will be raided to provide freebies for the new immigrants. The suburbs will be destroyed with low-cost housing for ghetto thugs, and energy costs will soar as they enact the Green New Scam. These Indian immigrants are arrogant and think they are so smart--but in reality they are idiots who would vote to make the US the same kind of socialist hellhole they fled from in India.

Anonymous said...

Cohen: Trump, or the last stand of white America
Roger Cohen he New York Times

Less than 20 days. It has been a long, hard road to this election. I see fearful faces, those of tormented migrants at the Mexican border, and hate-filled faces, those of the white nationalists in Charlottesville chanting, “Jews will not replace us.”

Donald Trump has been all about the fear of replacement, or as it’s sometimes called, “the great replacement.” His has been the stand — I am tempted to say the last stand — of whites against nonwhites.

Of America-first nationalists against migrants; of straight people against LGBTQ people; of the gunned-up against the unarmed. Of Trump against all those he believes would replace the likes of him.
(GRA:And Cohen too.Cohen will be incinerated by friends of Ava Duvernay very quickly.)

All means have been used — lies, brutality, incitement. But fear has been Trump’s main weapon. Fear, which depends on pitting one group against another,It is the currency of the Trump presidency. It is therefore no surprise that the America that is about to vote is probably more fractured than at any time since the Vietnam War.
(GRA:What is the "currency" of leftists like Cohen?Lies,violence and either:a failure to understand the future of White genocide that's coming-or a group who insanely embraces it.)

“The great replacement” is a phrase generally attributed to a French writer, Renaud Camus, who said: “The great replacement is very simple. You have one people, and in the space of a generation, you have a different people."
(GRA:But it shouldn't be a totally different ethnic group who started the country.)
Part 2 follows

Anonymous said...

That, of course, is a good definition of America.

Of its vitality, its churn, its reinvention, its essential openness. The America that Trump would deny. He wants to freeze a white America. Some strange blend of Norman Rockwell and “Mad Men,” in an imaginary United States strutting across a world pliant to its will. Behind “America first” lurks a very un-American credo.
(GRA:The only American credo should be,"Whites:Defend your history,protect your future.")

Change can be frightening, which is what the great replacement conspiracy theory hinges on. Camus warns grotesquely of a “genocide by substitution,” the replacement of a white French and European order by Muslim hordes in a plot orchestrated by cosmopolitan elites. In Trump’s case, read a white American order replaced by brown Mexican rapists and Black pillagers.
(GRA:Except they won't wait that long for demographics to work their magic )

France is worried about Muslims from North Africa. Germans were once so worried about Jews replacing them that they killed 6 million of them. In a world of mass migration, fear rages: Some idea of the nation will be diluted or lost!

(GRA:Not the IDEA that the nation "will be lost",but the NATION itself will be lost!)

Anonymous said...

America is particularly susceptible to fear today because the world has changed in unsettling ways. Power has migrated eastward to Asia. America’s recent wars have been unwon. By midcentury, non-Hispanic whites will constitute less than 50% of the population.

It is frightening to see an industry disappear, like coal in Kentucky. Trump understood that he could be the voice of that fear. He would build a wall to keep those brown people out!

He is an impostor. He puffs out his chest, Mussolini-style, but he is a bone-spur coward. A narrow ramp makes his limbs tremble. He is good at getting the blood up. He is good at undoing. He is not good at getting anything constructive done(GRA:Thanks to commie globalists like Ryan,McCain,Flake,Romney,Bush,Pelosi,Schumer,Bloomberg,obstructing everything--plus the courts.)

Less than 20 days.

America will decide whether to opt for the future or burrow self-destructively into some warped fantasy of the past. It will decide whether to reinvent itself again or turn mean and further inward.

As Edward R. Murrow remarked, “We cannot defend freedom abroad by deserting it at home.”

That was in 1954, at the height of McCarthyism. For Sen. Joseph McCarthy, the danger to the Republic came from Communist infiltration of American life. The real danger came from his obsessions. From the purges and blacklists that branded countless Americans as un-American.

Murrow, a great journalist, stood up to McCarthy.
(GRA:Who stands up to pro-White extinction types like Cohen?Nobody.)

Donald Trump does business the McCarthy way. He deals in specters: immigrants, and Muslims, and brown people, and Black people, and LGBTQ people.

As with McCarthy, however, the real danger comes from Trump’s obsessions, not from these imagined enemies.
GRA:Cohen's imagined enemy is Trump--when in fact,if Cohen had a working brain cell left,would ally with him in order for him and his offspring to survive.)

American freedom is in decline. The freedom to think, because thought depends on truth(GRA:Cohen's truth.) The freedom to dissent, because Trump believes he has “the right to do whatever I want as president.” The freedom to breathe because Trumpism — its nepotism, its cozying to dictators, its incessant volume — is suffocating.

The freedom inextricable from the American idea that I, a naturalized American, hold sacred with an unreasonable ardor.

No, we cannot defend freedom abroad by deserting it at home. We can only defend those who trample human dignity and human rights. As Trump has done with cavalier abandon.

Is it unreasonable to see renewal in a 77-year-old man, Joe Biden? No. We live in the real world, where the perfect cannot be the enemy of the good. Indecency demands the restoration of decency. That’s ground zero of this election. The choice was starkly evident in the televised town hall events Thursday as Trump spouted wild far-right conspiracy theories while Biden had the self-deprecating honesty to say that if he lost, it could suggest he’s “a lousy candidate.” Biden is not a lousy candidate; he is a good man, a brave man(GRA:With a wonderful kid,Hunter,too.) I doff my hat to any parent who survives with such dignity the loss of two of his four children.
(GRA:Sympathy is not a reason to vote for a candidate--not applicable.)

Of McCarthy, Murrow observed: “He didn’t create this situation of fear; he merely exploited it — and rather successfully. Cassius was right. ‘The fault, dear Brutus, is not in our stars, but in ourselves.’ ”

The fault is in ourselves. Time for Americans to look in the mirror — and realize their America is irreplaceable if it is lost.
(GRA:Which I fear,it has been already.)