By Frosty Wooldridge
Part 9: Becoming a tribal civilization. Importing cultures to the degradation of American society. Angry, dysfunctional and at odds.
If you look at Ferguson, New York, Baltimore, Minneapolis-St. Paul and Los Angeles—you see the ramifications of multiculturalism. Angry, dysfuctional and disjunctive. Notice the racial makeup of those cities. Notice that Americans flee those cities by the hundreds of thousands. One look at Detroit, Michigan shows you a new tribal separation in the form of Islam within America.
Historian Andre Servier said, “The deadening influence of Islam is well demonstrated by the way in which the Muslim comports himself at different stages of life. In early childhood, when the religion has not yet impregnated itself in his brain, he shows lively intelligence and remarkably open mindedness, accessible to ideas of every kind; but in proportion as he grows up, and as, through the system of Islam’s education, Islam lays hold of him and envelops him, his brain shuts up, his judgment becomes atrophied and his intelligence are stricken by paralysis and irremediable degeneration.”
You see that level of degeneration occuring in Philadelphia and Detroit where you see women wearing burkas that make them “non-beings” who cannot be seen, heard or recognized—even though they live in America. Islam creates fear beyond our wildest understandings and women’s rights do not exist in Islam.
Becoming a Tribal Civilization
As I interviewed Mr. Warren, I couldn’t help but connect the dots at our current predicament. Realistically, it can only become worse as we import more Muslims. They grow as the “change-agents’ from Western freedoms to Islamic domination.
The same holds true with Mexican immigration. They take over by sheer birth rate numbers as in California. Victor Davis Hanson’s book Mexifornia clearly stated immigration’s impact on that state.
Mr. Warren said, “The question for the American public and its elected representatives as eloquently restated in Mexifornia’s epilogue is whether or not, through open borders and unlimited immigration, we wish to become ‘Americans no more’ in a kind of lowest common denominator, consumer-based culture that ‘includes’ everyone [even the radicalized fundamentalist groups who wish to destroy us] but has no shared common goals or dreams.”
“Our immigration dilemma, as classical scholar Hanson continues, stems from “a simple but apparently unsolvable calculus: Americans [or at least the elites] want the work that they won’t do [or don’t want to pay for] to be cheaply done by foreigners who, they wrongly assume, will inevitably transform themselves into Americans. In turn, the downtrodden Mexicans who come here and their elite advocates in America romanticize Mexico, a nation that brought them the misery they fled, while too often depreciating the place [and the culture] that alone gave them sanctuary.”
As Hanson concludes,
“Mexifornia is about the nature of a new California and what it means for America a reflection of the strange society that is emerging as the result of a demographic and cultural revolution like no other in our times.
“It is precisely the future of this emerging hybrid culture and our perceptions and attitudes toward it that lie at the heart of this vitally important book. While the Washington elites and their camp followers in the media assert that an open-bordered, multicultural America that has no unifying cultural norms or standards [except, perhaps, mindless, advertising-driven mass consumerism and the equally mindless entertainments that it supports] will be more than up to meeting any challenges from at home or abroad, the ongoing experience of California does not support such a thesis.”
As Hanson pointedly suggests toward the close of his book,
“In our devil’s bargain with American-inspired globalism, we have exchanged standards and tastes for raw inclusiveness - the age-old complaint, from Aristophanes to de Tocqueville, against democratic Civilization.”
Remember that we remain on course to add 100 million legal immigrants from 180 countries within 30 years, most of them from failed third world countries—you face a disquieting realization in your gut that we won’t survive this multicultural “holocaust.” And you know something, we won’t.
In the time before we begin to sociologically crack up on the rocks, we face more Ferguson’s and Baltimore’s. We face more cities becoming Islamic like Detroit. We face California and Texas becoming totally Mexican. To be followed by Arizona and New Mexico.
In the end, we are becoming a nation of strangers with linguistic chaos leading the way toward multiple tribal cultures at odds with one another. Even the NFL won’t bring us together.
Part 10: A call for a 10 year moratorium on all immigration.
Definition of slogan: “Immigration Shutdown Now means the American people want a 10 year moratorium on all legal immigration. After that all immigration dropped to less than 10,000 annually with compatible immigrants that fit our ethos and want to become Americans, and only those who benefit our country and/or they marry an American and speak English. That means we want all illegal immigration stopped by arresting, prosecuting and jailing employers of illegal aliens. We deport all illegal aliens by taking their jobs away and as we catch them. We want English mandated as our national language. We demand a cessation of Muslim immigration in order to protect our culture, language and way of life. We can’t save the world but we can destroy our civilization. We demand a stable population that allows everyone to live, work and thrive into the 21st century. Especially our children.” FHW
(Permission to republish this population graph by Roy Beck, www.NumbersUSA.org )
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