Friday, July 25, 2008

Hispanics thank Bush, McCain for support of open borders

Someone should ask the President and the open borders champion he hopes to succeed him if relegating the Republican party to the brink of permanent minority status and pushing the US towards third-world status has been worth this:





















All in a vain attempt to win over a group that will represent fewer than 5% of the voters in 'swing' states this election cycle.

I feared that an Obama-McCain matchup would feature a split of the Hispanic vote, resulting in four years of harping on how no restrictions on or requirements for residency in the US is key to the GOP's future. I figured Hispanic uneasiness towards blacks would prevent him garnering a substantial majority of that vote. So I guess this repudiation of that assumption is something I should find 'encouraging':



















One-in-four believes being white will hurt McCain while one-in-three thinks being black will help Obama. Hispanics are more enthusiastically down for the struggle than I thought. I wonder how much the state of residential housing, which is hitting blacks and Hispanics the hardest, is playing into this.

7 comments:

c.o. jones said...

I can see it already. When Obama is elected, the recriminations will begin, with McCain and that wing of the party blaming his defeat on the "nativist/xenophobe" wing of the party who refused to turn out or voted 3rd party (as I intend to).

Of course, the Bush/McCain faction of the GOP will take the wrong lesson from this defeat, and decide that the reason they were not successful was because they were insufficiently liberal and compassionate and did not pander enough to Hispanics. If that's what they do, I would think they will see a fairly large number of lifelong Republicans (such as yours truly) leave the party.

As they say, nature abhors a vacuum. The GOP will move left to occupy the territory formerly occupied by the Democrats, so the Democrats will naturally move further to the left themselves, and probably become a quasi-communist party. The vacuum will appear on the right, and whether that is filled by the Constitution Party or some as yet to be launched party remains to be seen.

Audacious Epigone said...

CO Jones,

Very well put. I see the same. I've no intention of renewing support for the Republican party in the indefinite future (if ever), only of certain select politicans.

Like you (presumably), I will be voting for Chuck Baldwin.

c.o. jones said...

Actually, I'm going to be voting for Bob Barr, although if he were not running I'd probably vote for Baldwin. I skimmed a little bit of the CP's platform, and the religious/moral stuff was a little too strong for my taste. I tend to take the "virtue is its own reward" view of things, and don't feel as if I need the government to tell me that belief in God is a good thing, or that killing babies isn't. Is the LP perfect on immigration? Nope, but it seems pretty clear to me that keeping out low IQ, low productivity immigrants who will become lifelong clients of the welfare state is the priority, and that's way better than what we get from either Obama or McCain.

Anyway, living in California I at least have the luxury of throwing my vote away in good conscience. Obama's going to maul McCain in this state, and my one vote isn't going to change that. And Obama might not be as bad as McCain on the immigration issue. McCain is an angry, impulsive little man and the whole immigration fight is, for him, no longer just business, it's personal. Obama presumably would want to have a chance for a second term, so he'll save the really bad stuff for 2013 and later, which gives the restrictionist side a chance to gear up for the fight.

Audacious Epigone said...

CO Jones,

The CP's platform isn't something I'm inclined towards either. But immigration dwarfs all other issues in importance as far as I'm concerned, and Baldwin's better than Barr on that (probably--Barr's history is impressive, but he was a conservative Republican then, not the LP's frontman).

It wouldn't matter to me if I lived across the state line in MO, but since I'm in KS my vote is a throwaway as well. In addition to what you say re: immigration, Obama's not yet been hooked into the neocon ME transforming, so he's better on foreign policy in my view, too.

Anonymous said...

"The vacuum will appear on the right, and whether that is filled by the Constitution Party or some as yet to be launched party remains to be seen." (-co jones)

You are correct here sir. The GOP will either start pursuing white interests or they'll go the way of the Whigs. As the country continues to change demographically, whites will start to act like everyone else and start lobbying/pursuing/politicking for their own ethnic interests. Twenty years ago, white people were horrified at this idea, today, I see more and more signs of whites standing up for themselves.

But make no mistake, the elites will do all they can to make it look as if the gas chambers are only days away when whites start becoming more involved in identity politics. Anything that can be interpreted as being a "hatecrime" will be featured on the daily news, while crimes committed against whites will be covered up even more (if that's even possible?).

There will also be attempts at dividing us. Look for the elites/globalists/other ethnic groups in their attempts at trying to divide us by religion, gender, or even social issues. What whites need to do is put the ethnic group first. We can figure out tax policy, gay marriage, and foreign policy later. What's important is unity among European Americans first, and the other stuff will work out. Together, wherever we are, we create rather agreeable societies. But if we're muscled out of power in our own homelands, only disaster can come about.

At times, it will not look pretty. The elites will try to do everything to ruin our lives. I think its just a matter of time before Internet freedom is gone, as the elites cannot allow their monopoly on information dissemination to be challenged.

But we can survive. The key factor in our survival will be leadership. The West was down before, when men such as Charles Martel stepped up to the challenge. Tomorrow's heroes of history live TODAY. In 200 years, our future generations will either read about the great men of the West who stood up during this time, or, they'll read about the "great" phony hero's of multiculturalism. If the latter prevail you can bet that men such as Washington or Jefferson will be demonized as "evil white men" while MLK and Obama become Saints in the church of Multiculturalism.

The future is up to us. Its our choice?

Audacious Epigone said...

Anon,

If you speak with the same conviction you write with, you'd make quite a talk radio personality.

I don't (yet?) buy into the racial solidarity argument over all else by any means--I tend to find more affability and shared interest among Americans of Japanese descent than I do among Americans of Irish descent (I'm being very general, of course).

But I think continental homogeneity preferrable, ceteris paribus. And the argument does pique my interest and should be heard from more than just yourself and other guys like John Savage of BNWW.

Anonymous said...

"If you speak with the same conviction you write with, you'd make quite a talk radio personality." (-TAE)
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I'm a much stronger orator than I am a writer. Unfortunately, people with my point of view aren't given many opportunities in talk radio.
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"I don't (yet?) buy into the racial solidarity argument over all else by any means--" (-TAE)
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Racial solidarity didn't come very natural to me either. I grew up in a majority white Northeastern suburb and it wasn't until I "experienced diversity" that I started examining this ideology. Please understand that I'm not suggesting that America be for whites only.
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Its just very clear to me that every other ethnic group in America (Or the world) are attempting to pursue their ethnic interests, while the white working and middle classes are expected to not even think about it. In many ways, this is a class struggle as well, as the elites in this country want their open borders, forced diversity, affirmative action, and racial quota's becuase it benefits them,
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The elites on the left and right benefit from open borders. While their support for AA or other minority programs acts as a sort of "extortion payment" to keep blacks and Hispanics from taking it to the streets. And for all their talk about "diversity being our strength," for some strange reason, we don't see their kids attending diverse public schools?
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So to recap: The elites have their interests that they pursue and non-whites have their interests that they fight for but we (The white working and middle classes) are told its "racist" or "Nazi" to do the same.
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As I said earlier, as the country continues to change demographically, more whites are going to wake up this. Our job, as the people who realized this first, is to steer them in the right direction and away from the more radical elements (i.e. Nazis, people who support violence, or people who claim a "superior race").
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I'll give you a couple links to some of the better discussions of these issues:
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1) Occidental Quarterly is a peer reviewed journal
http://theoccidentalquarterly.com/
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2)American Renaissance is a monthly magazine comparable to The Nation or National Review. It also has a website that covers the days news.
http://www.amren.com/
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3) NPI is a think tank that studies issues important to white people.
http://www.nationalpolicyinstitute.org/
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4) Vdare is a web-zine that covers immigration and other topics of interest.
http://www.vdare.com/