reply to post by korathin
Regarding Hispanics, you're probably not alone with your thinking. We have been officially notified by census data that they are the fastest growing
group in America.
The long run? It seems that birthrates get to dictate a whole lot.
Logically speaking, at least from my point of view, blacks are possibly one of the smallest "problems" in America, for a whole lot of reasons.
Maybe people don't stop and think of some of the things you mention. If things keep going this way, is anyone going to be worried about blacks in 50
years? Probably not very much, because they are going to shrink to a much smaller minority than today.
Blacks also face a host of health issues, as a group, that don't bode well for the "dark" future some of the supremacists used to talk about 40
All that being said, I would still not want to put too much on the Hispanics either. They are doing the "natural" thing, in Darwinist terms anyway,
and if the future is "browner", and maybe even Spanish-speaking, then there might not be much to be done about it. Birthrates. They're king, at
least in the long run.
I personally prefer to focus on a "common" enemy that we all seem to have, and while they're harder to "picture" than flash mobs, and rioting
youths, they are as real as can be. We typically call them the PTB, and the more I have learned about them, the more I tend to see beyond the
"obvious" that we are being fed by the media. There's always something else going on.
Is what's really going on something like a "softer, gentler genocide"? Could be. Sort of could look that way, depending on what we focus on. But
this could be exactly the kind of thing that our masters get a lot of mileage out of, if we're not careful. At some point, if people did (finally)
discover how dire their collective fate was, people could get (justifiably) angry. But here's where it goes wrong. That anger will no doubt end up
released on those who were least likely to have anything to do with it. And our masters just laugh, as their little puppets dance this way, and
Which leads me to my final point. You mention guns, protecting your family, etc. All good things to do of course. But I go a step further. Don't
fight, if at all possible. Instead, RUN. If a person finds things changing where they live, not as safe anymore, then do what people have done for
centuries: Just leave. This is one of the big reasons lots of people find themselves in America after all. Our parents may not have all come here
willingly, but most of the more recent immigrants, many who have come thousands of miles, left their nations because they were full of problems.
Sure, now some of those problems we all get to deal with. But then, maybe we just have to keep moving...