Democrats Emerging As Post-American Party

Democrats Emerging As Post-American Party, by James Kirkpatrick.

America is so divided, even the political clichés don’t work anymore. In professional wrestling, it’s called a “cheap pop”—an unnecessary reference to the home town designed to get the audience to give an automatic cheer. Politicians do the same by praising the history of whatever state or community they are in. But in post-America, the quickest path to popularity among the Left is to bash your own state — and receive the praise of the Main Stream Media for your courage.

The latest Democrat campaign caught trashing its own state: Florida gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gillum. …

Gillum himself cut his political teeth serving as Director of Youth Leadership Programs of “Young People For” (YP4), a progressive training group. The “issues” section of the organization essentially denies America’s right to exist, as it is illegitimately occupying Indian lands. … The YP4 website also features jargon-heavy rhetoric about how the program is “committed to the liberation of communities of color in this country and around the world.” This involves confronting “the legacy of white supremacy which manifests in colonialism, imperialism, slavery and voracious predatory capitalism.” Somehow, the “liberation” referred to by such groups never refers to living apart from the evil colonialist whites, but simply agitates for more handouts from the pale-faced oppressors. …

These Democrat politicians are counting on a strategy of demographic dispossession to deconstruct the history and identity of the red states of Florida, Georgia, and Arizona. And on a long enough timeline, they will succeed.

Once the states are transformed into purely administrative units populated by random Third Worlders, Democrats have a path to victory in even the reddest of red states. Michelle Goldberg recently gloated in an admirably forthright piece in the New York Times about a “white conservative minority… swamped by a new multiracial polyglot majority,” specifically referencing the Georgia gubernatorial race as an example. …

What stands in the way of the Democrats’ plan: the Historic American Nation. Attacking historic symbols, flags, and even the existing population of entire states are all part of a larger effort to flat-out dispossess Americans of their country and replace them with a more servile dependent population. The result will be a never-ending war against every symbol of European-American history or American accomplishment.