Political Correctness/Totalitarian Humanism

How Anti-White Rhetoric Is Fueling White Nationalism

The money quote:

“Put simply, our anti-racism efforts must be refocused away from guilt and confession and towards equality and eradicating irrational judgments based on race. Some on the Left will object, saying that racism is so systemic in society it must be purged before anyone can pretend to treat of others without taking race into account. Some on the Right will object, saying that everything from IQ tests to crime statistics prove something meaningful about the capabilities of individuals based on their race. Both of these perspectives must be rejected. In their place, we must return to the goal of treating people as individuals, not as representatives of their race.”


By David Marcus

The Federalist


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  1. Could be, but if Trump loses it might be the end of the old Pat Buchanan coalition. In about 10 years Mexico will become older and less young men will come to the US. I read Latin America going form 7 percent to 11 percent 65 and over. Most illegal immigrants that get white nationalist excited come here in their 20’s and 30’s at working age if less Mexicans are of working age less people come. Its similar what happen to Italian immigration when lots of whites in the 1920’s hated Italians since they came and drove down wages but by the 1950’s. Italian birth rates in Italy dropped and their economy improved somewhat. Also, blacks are not a fast growing group and lived mainly in the south and parts of the Northeast. Blacks will not fuel white nationalist groups like Latinos in the west. Also, both Mexicans and Central Americans marry somewhat Europeans in the US, so by 2040, they will be considered less Latino and more general white.

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