Friday, February 8, 2013

What Do You Think about this Scenario?

With few exceptions, the ruling elites of countries governed and peopled by blacks believe that racial and cultural diversity are great strengths, if not their greatest strengths. By "ruling elites," I mean those in government, academia, and the entertainment and mainstream news media. Governments of black countries have opened their borders to massive numbers of legal and illegal aliens who do not share their race, religion, language, culture, heritage, or values. In many cases, elites have enacted such policies not by replacing old laws with new, but by flouting the rule of law altogether. Those in power who threw the borders wide and sat on their hands as a deluge of migrants poured into their territories now call for illegal alien amnesties and taxpayer-funded privileges for illegals -- perquisites for which natives do not qualify.

Blacks become dispossessed in the societies that they built -- displaced from employment opportunities, higher pay rates, timely medical care, and the same volume level of voice in the political process. Their "representatives" pay less heed to black citizens' concerns, even as they pander to those of newly-arrived migrants.

Foreign languages become more common on signs in shop windows and in open conversations, in what once were monolingual black states.

Crime increases, especially in areas heavy with immigrants and migrants.

Around the world, polities once inhabited by overwhelming black majorities now see blacks sinking to sixty-five percent of the population, or less, with substantial white, Hispanic, and Asian minorities.

The establishment in black countries characterizes racial solidarity within minority groups as indicative of unity or strength. The establishment further describes such unity and strength as positive developments, as racial and/or cultural "vibrancy." Establishmentarians denounce as racists all blacks who either decry the demographic transformation of their lands, or call for black solidarity. In other words, race-centric thinking among whites, Hispanics, and Asians is beautiful; race-centric thinking among blacks is racism.

In addition, racial sensitivity is so high in the aforementioned commonwealths that the successful labeling of one as "racist" can mean loss of livelihood, a destroyed reputation, and possibly even prosecution. It is no trivial accusation.

In conclusion: blacks become an ever-shrinking demographic group in the civilization that they built, even as non-blacks become ever-growing demographic groups in the lands in which they are invited  -- or uninvited -- guests.


Here is a thought exercise; keeping the above scenario in mind, please mull over a few questions:

1. Would it be fair to say that the powers-that-be are hypocrites, in that they hold blacks to a standard to which they hold no one else?

2. Given inconsistent standards on racial solidarity, would it be fair to say that blacks not only will become a minority group in their own states, but will become a despised, persecuted, scapegoated minority?

3. Is it wrong for a black-majority country to want to remain majority-black? If "yes," why is it wrong?

4. Would it be fair to characterize the ruling elites as traitors or seditionists?

5. Would it be fair to characterize the establishment as anti-black in its policies?

6. Would it be fair to say that the political aristocracy is committing demographic genocide?

I asked the above questions not as a lark, but because the scenario I fleshed out is real, not fiction, and is a deadly serious, life-altering problem. In this case, the sole difference between reality and fantasy is that demographic displacement executed by the ruling elite is not occurring in black countries, but in white countries throughout western civilization. Replace "blacks" with "whites," and "whites" with "blacks" in the thought experiment, and you have an accurate depiction of real-world events. I used blacks as the victims of demographic destruction because I wanted to get people to think outside the proverbial box.

I would add that, outside western civilization, most of the rest of the world rejects the concepts of multiculturalism and diversity as the sheerest nonsense.

I welcome comments/thoughts.


joek said...

You might find this article interesting:

I've been reading "After America" by Mark Steyn. He has a
good bit to say about the "multi-cultis".

Wes said...

Thanks for that link, Joe. I'll read it as soon as I get a chance.

Anonymous said...

This is United States of America, if people wants to come here, they should very well learn the English language. It should've been a requirement and we shouldn't have been catering to them. Another thing,only US Citizens are allowed to get in the welfare. Even so, they gotta be in a pretty bad shape to get welfare assistance. Since some just take advantage of it.

Wes said...


I read the post, and I have to say I don't think much of Reed's take on the issue. It seems to me that he's calling for us to surrender to our enemies -- both foreign and domestic.

What do you think about the article?

joek said...

I think Reed sees what is happening as something that is
inevitable and cannot be stopped. Maybe he's right (though
I hope that he is not),
but it sounds
like a surrender to me. Nevertheless, I am not
very encouraged by
what I see happening to
this nation. For instance,
you raise some very good
questions in this post,
but many people, instead
of providing thoughtful
answers, would simply
shout you down as a racist
or a (fill-in-the-blank) -aphobe.

joek said...

"I would add that, outside western civilization, most of the rest of the world rejects the concepts of multiculturalism and diversity as the sheerest nonsense."
Agreed. Every time I see that
"COEXIST" bumper sticker on someone's car I can't help
but wonder just how long that person
would last if they were suddenly
transported to Iran or China.
BTW, I just started reading "Suicide of a Superpower"
by Buchanan. His book "The Death of the West", published in 2002, seems almost prophetic.

Wes said...

Good comments, Joe. It seems that we are of like mind on Reed's call for surrender. I may critique his post, here, in the next couple of days.

I, too, have read After America and The Death of the West, though I've yet to read Suicide of a Superpower.

joek said...

Thanks Wes. I didn't expect much from Reed because, (speaking as a Christian) I see most of this nation's problems as spiritual, not political. From "Suicide of a Superpower":
When the faith dies, the culture dies, the civilization dies, the people die. That is the progression. And as the faith that gave birth to the West is dying in the West, peoples of European descent from the steppes of Russia to the coast of California have begun to die out, as the Third World treks north to claim the estate.

joek said...

On border patrol:

Wes said...

Ha, I like that.