Tuesday, December 10, 2019

voices crying in the wilderness

I've been openly pondering moving to Wyoming should I ever return to the States. Virginia, my home state, seems to have become a lost cause, given its long plunge into leftism. Gun rights are about to be whisked away, and the state's finances are being handled in an increasingly centralized manner. Immigration is becoming a huge problem in Fairfax County, my home county. As much as I love the idea of moving to Front Royal, I have to wonder whether I'd be shielded from the ambient rot. I keep hoping that Virginia will regain its senses, but that would require a spark of rebelliousness that doesn't seem to be forthcoming anytime soon. Then again, I just saw this:

The above photo is from this article by Paul Joseph Watson. Excerpt:

A banner warning “mass immigration turned Virginia blue” was hung over Key Bridge in Arlington, Virginia by conservative activists.

The banner was reportedly hung by self-identified ‘America First’ activists, sometimes known as ‘Groypers’.

Groypers have been actively protesting against what they term ‘Conservative Inc.’ over the last 6 weeks, establishment conservatives who are accused of naively supporting legal immigration despite the fact that it is ensuring demographic replacement.

The idea of demographic replacement has been labeled by the media as a racist dog whistle for white supremacy, although it’s apparently acceptable for leftists to discuss the idea, so long as they’re in favor of it.

As we highlighted last week, during a recent Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights event, civil rights lawyer and racial justice advocate Judith Browne Dianis, co-director of the George Soros-funded Advancement Project, openly admitted that less white people in America means more power for Democrats.

“When we get to 2042 or 2045, whatever you wanna use, we actually will not be suffering from what other countries like South Africa have which is having the numbers but not having the power,” said Dianis.

“People say that demographics aren’t destiny, well we are trying to make it destiny,” she added.

Immigration, per se, is neither good nor bad. Accepting illegal immigrants who have no wish to assimilate, though: that's double-plus ungood.

Here's Tim Pool on immigration along the southern border:

Pool wonders: why do African migrants go through countries like Mexico and Brazil on their way to the States? Why not just stop in Mexico and Brazil? These are perfectly fine countries. "You are taking advantage of our hospitality," Pool says. I agree.

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