Immigration from the third world broke the USA

Immigration from the third world broke the USA. By Josiah Lippincott.

The Democratic Party’s remarkable midterm election performance — arguably the best for a first-term president since FDR in 1934 — despite Joe Biden’s declining popularity, economic headwinds, and growing social and political divisions, portends a dim future for the Republican Party.

Total Democrat dominance of electoral results has arrived:

In the lead up to 2022, Democrats not only refused to moderate their support for unlimited abortion up to the moment of birth, transgender surgery for minors, critical race theory, criminal justice reform, and illegal immigration, they doubled-down. Voters rewarded them with additional governorships, four flipped state legislatures, an increased Senate majority, and minimal losses in the House.

The Left has zero reason to take the foot off the gas. Elections, legitimate or not, have consequences.

The most likely outcome of the 2024 election is that Democrats retake the House, keep the Senate, and retain the presidency, regardless of who they run or what the economy looks like. As Joe Biden and Jon Fetterman proved in 2020 and 2022, respectively, Democrats don’t need to actually campaign in order to win political office. Nor do they need to be able to string together a coherent sentence.

In the wake of the Trump presidency, the Left has reached a new fever pitch of political intensity. The Left’s access to nearly unlimited money, total control over the media narrative, and an unparalleled national vote-harvesting operation make campaigning and candidate quality of only tertiary importance.

A recession likely won’t change these dynamics either. The economy boomed under Trump and experienced severe dislocations and inflation under Biden. But Democrats won big in both 2020 and 2022. Taking the state of the economy as a useful metric for political prognostication is largely a thing of the past. Liberal voters’ religious commitment to abortion and anti-racism is infinitely more important to understanding their political habits than measuring their material self-interest. …

Immigration was the key to the Democratic hegemony:

The Democrats believe in democracy as long as they get to choose the demos. That is why they have relentlessly supported mass immigration from the Third World to the United States.

Under 1965 demographics, the Democrats would be a political non-entity, blown out by double digits in every national election.

In 1965, Congress overhauled the nation’s immigration policy by radically reducing immigration restrictions from Asia, Africa, and the Middle East. The Pew Research Center estimates that without the 1965 Hart-Celler Act, the American population in 2015 would have been only 252 million. In other words, the Hart Celler Act introduced 72 million more people into the country in the 50 years after its passage. Those 72 million new Americans overwhelmingly support the Democratic Party.

The top-10 sources of immigration between 1965 and 2015 were Mexico, China, India, Philippines, Korea, Vietnam, Cuba, El Salvador, the former Soviet Union, and the Dominican Republic. …

Encouraging mass immigration from countries with radically distinct cultures from our own was a mistake. As Thomas Jefferson wrote in his Notes on the State of Virginia, large communities of immigrants “will bring with them the principles of the governments they leave, imbibed in their early youth; or, if able to throw them off, it will be in exchange for an unbounded licentiousness, passing, as is usual, from one extreme to another. It would be a miracle were they to stop precisely at the point of temperate liberty.”

No such miracles were forthcoming in post-1965 America.

Without mass immigration, the Democratic Party could not electorally sustain its wild leftward turn. Immigration therefore is the single most important issue facing America. A nation is indistinguishable from the people who inhabit it.

Now, it has become clear that immigration hasn’t just changed the country’s political order, it has completely undermined it. The Democrats learned a useful lesson over the last 50 years — if you don’t like the way the vote turns out, just import more voters. Then hold the election again. If this cycle isn’t broken, we can expect our national decline not just to continue, but to accelerate. If nothing is done, this subversion of the political order will be fatal.

It doesn’t matter how hard the Right wants to fight on cultural issues like gay marriage, abortion, and gender ideology. Even if conservatives could win on these issues today, they will lose tomorrow if nothing is done to push back against the destruction of the nation. We cannot fight the culture war without a country.

The sheer uselessness of establishment Republicans:

The conservative grifter class spent the entire postwar period ignoring the radical byproducts of open borders. …

We are living through our own cultural revolution. We have our own Red Guard, made up of students, professors, and journalists who “cancel” those who violate the woke orthodoxies. We have our own leftwing paramilitary organization, Antifa, that terrorizes the regime’s enemies. We have our own struggle sessions where ordinary Americans must confess their white privilege as oppressors of the new and improved BIPOC proletariat.

The new American Left, in short, is communist in its thrust and direction. Instead of the old material dialectic, however, the new Left weaponizes a racial dialectic. Leftists replaced the struggle between capitalists and workers with a new struggle between oppressors and oppressed in which a coalition of “BIPOC,” women, and gays aligns itself against the exploitive white heteronormative patriarchy. …

The liberal goal is a universal, homogenous, anti-racist world state in which all peoples live in perfect harmony and equality. It is supposed to be a world without exploitation, colonization, or bigotry. …

The left are now slightly anti-white, but it’s getting worse fast:

Liberals no longer hide who they are. They do not have to. The openly racial character of their political program and the vicious resentment that animates it is widely, even ubiquitously, broadcast. Georgia Senator Raphael Warnock, in a sermon delivered in 2016, argued America needed to repent of voting for Trump and the “worship of whiteness.” Joe Biden has claimed that America’s law enforcement is “absolutely” systematically racist. The state of California is openly pondering reparations payments for blacks amounting to $500,000 per qualifying individual.  …

Adopt minority tactics:

Instead of relentlessly focusing energy on winning elections, conservative political leaders should concentrate on developing other forms of power. The mass rally, general strike, and paralyzing public protest are all powerful tools the Right could leverage against our current regime. Our rulers cannot tamp down on societal distress forever. In the right moment of weakness, bringing the American supply chain to a screeching halt could cause a leftist government to capitulate.

If Donald Trump had called for a joint trucking and rail strike before the election in 2020, it is possible he could have used that economic pressure as leverage against the administrative state and Democratic Party in their efforts to illegally change election law, lock American citizens in their homes, and encourage political riots in order to remove him from power.

The Canadian truckers’ freedom convoy protest in 2022 is the model. It nearly caused Trudeau’s government to implode, despite mainstream Canadian conservatives leaving the protestors out to dry. Only by implementing authoritarian emergency measures could Trudeau put down the challenge to his power. …

Outside of Trump, the machinations and petty maneuverings in America’s imperial capital are of little importance to the Right. It should concentrate its energy toward the cultivation of its political base — the white middle class. Straight, white, married, gun-owning, Christian men and their wives (and their allies, like black “white supremacist” Clarence Thomas and others like him) are the backbone of both the conservative movement and the country itself. Every day, crowds of middle class, morally decent, and hard-working men clock into work at power plants, water treatment facilities, and train yards across America. Without them, the American way of life would not be possible.

Conservatives should focus on mobilizing this faction.

Our regime depends on the competence and compliance of these people in order to function. The regime especially depends on such types within the military and law enforcement. They are, whether liberals admit it or not, their most important servants.

The Democratic Party would love nothing more than to deploy federal forces against its political enemies in the very near future. Eisenhower, for instance, used federal troops to force the Southerners to submit to school desegregation. In the liberal mind, there is zero difference between recalcitrant Little Rock residents fighting against racial integration and today’s Trump voters. Biden, in a speech earlier this month, criticized opponents of gender transitions for minors as antisemitic. It won’t be long before the Left will declare simply possessing a middle-class lifestyle a sign of fascism and white supremacy.

The last two centuries of freedom and enlightenment is spluttering out, now. We are returning to the middle ages in tribalism, attitude, political system, and average IQs. Perhaps a return to the Malthusian limit will follow.