The Republicans’ Temporary Reprieve

Kevin MacDonald

To listen to pundits like Rush Limbaugh, one would think that the Republicans had died and gone to heaven. Getting a strong majority in the House and picking up several seats in the Senate certainly sends a message. But they shouldn’t get too comfortable.

The Republicans had their big day because Whites were a larger percentage of the electorate than in 2008 and because they were more inclined to vote for Republicans. Comparing the CNN exit polls for House races in 2008 and 2010 is revealing. In 2008, Whites were 74% of the electorate and voted 53% Republican, 45% Democrat.  In 2010, Whites were 78% of the electorate and voted 60% Republican and 37% Democrat. (The White category includes a substantial percentage of Jews and Middle Easterners who do not identify as White and tend overwhelmingly to vote Democrat.)


Almost all the difference in participation was because Blacks comprised only 10% of the electorate in 2010 while in 2008 they were 13%. Latinos and Asians comprised about the same percentage of the electorate in 2008 and 2010. Again, overwhelming majorities of all non-White groups voted Democrat: Black (2008: 93%; 2010: 90%); Latino (2008: 68%; 2010: 64%).

California is the exception that proves the rule. California voted in Democrats for Governor and Senate by large margins, but in both cases a majority of Whites voted Republican. Out here on the left coast, Whites comprise only 62% of the electorate and, although they favored Republicans, they didn’t do so by enough to offset the very large minority vote for Democrats. In fact the CNN data imply that Carly Fiorina would have had to get 65% of the White vote in order to win. Doable, but not in a state like California where the White voters are to the left of Whites in other states—Nancy Pelosi and all that.

So the election is yet another indication of the racialization of American politics. The Republicans can’t afford to get too comfortable as the White share of the electorate continues to catch up to California—probably declining to around 70% in 2012 (~65% when corrected for people classified as White but of non-European descent). In 2012 Blacks will once again be out in full force to try to reelect one of their own and they will be joined by an ever-increasing population of non-Whites which the Republicans are doing nothing to stop. I certainly would not bet the house on an Obama defeat in 2012, especially if the Republicans pick an inept candidate. (Sarah Palin comes to mind.)

And it’s unlikely Republicans can get a much higher percentage of Whites to vote for them. Many Whites are so immersed in the leftist counterculture that there is no hope that they would ever abandon the Democrats. A great many other educated Whites are part of the hopelessly liberal educational establishment or they are government workers. Many benefit from the leftist entitlement zeitgeist themselves.  And many, especially the young, have become multicultural zombies, having grown up with MTV and intellectually seduced by their college professors. These people may well become Republicans when they get a family and start looking for a mainly white suburb where they feel comfortable with the schools, but by then they’ll be part of a permanent electoral minority.

Yet the only idea the Republican establishment can come up with is to try to get non-Whites to vote for them.

State Republican Party Chairman Ron Nehring said the election results confirmed that party leaders and candidates needed to build stronger relationships with non-whites, and not just before an election.

“The reality is that Democrats have strong relationships with urban and immigration communities that Republicans have not had, and that must change,” he said. “It is not only a matter of politics; it is a matter of mathematics.”

But Nehring stressed that he was not advocating a change in Republican policy. “Republicans have stressed for decades that we support legal immigration and oppose illegal immigration,” he said. “Despite saying that, that message has not resonated. It is not only a matter of how we talk about this issue, but how other people hear us.” (See here.)

Accepting legal immigration is just a slower form of death than accepting illegal immigration. The reality is that the Democratic Party has become the power center of the non-White coalition. The fact that Asians are voting overwhelmingly Democrat is a good sign that identity politics, not economics is the name of the game. The CNN poll shows that Whites of all social classes voted Republican in the House races, and non-Whites of all social classes voted Democrat by even larger margins.

The Republicans have become the party of implicit Whiteness.

So despite soothing words from Jonah Goldberg that demography isn’t destiny (designed, I suppose, to advance the neocon agenda of getting Republicans’ minds off immigration), identity politics is alive and well. White anger has fueled the Republican resurgence but hasn’t made any fundamental changes that would ward off their inevitable minority status.

Because the Republicans are what they are, their mid-term surge will not result in meaningful change that could possibly save them in the long run or assuage the anger of the White people who elected them in the short run. The anger will continue to build because the Republicans are doing nothing to attempt to preserve a White America.

I predict that Whites are going to become increasingly frustrated with their options. A key event could be the election of 2012 if Obama is reelected even though 65–70% of Whites vote against him. Whites are then going to have to say to themselves that this Republican/Democrat thing is not working at all. Perhaps then an explicitly pro-White political movement such as the A3P could begin to make serious progress.

Or perhaps without explicitly saying so, the Republicans will understand that they have to actively attempt to preserve a White America  by ending legal and illegal immigration. One can only imagine what a furor that would cause. Certainly they could not avoid charges of racism by citing the dismal economy as an excuse to stop all immigration. For the multicultural left, the imperative for demographic transformation trumps all other considerations.

Either way, we live in interesting times.

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53 Comments to "The Republicans’ Temporary Reprieve"

  1. Jon's Gravatar Jon
    November 17, 2010 - 9:56 pm | Permalink

    One more thing:

    Had blonde-haired, blue-eyed Swedes and other Nordics been immigrating en masse illegally into our country rather than Meztizos and other Hispanics, you can bet your last shekel that this uppity PUNK and all the rest of the socialist, Marxist, anti-White, neo-Bolshevik rabble on the Jewish Left would be STRONGLY opposed to this on-going illegal invasion. That is a FACT!


  2. Jon's Gravatar Jon
    November 17, 2010 - 9:48 pm | Permalink

    Dan said:

    “I recall when I had anti immigration bumper sticker on my car I stopped at a gas station in Boulder about four years ago and a young studnet (who looked Jewish) began raging at me.”

    I would’ve got right back in HIS FACE pronto! I have HAD IT with his ilk forcing their will and anti-White agenda upon US!


  3. Stimpy 6's Gravatar Stimpy 6
    November 14, 2010 - 9:45 am | Permalink
  4. JIm's Gravatar JIm
    November 8, 2010 - 9:30 am | Permalink

    HA said: “It would be funny to see a white Democrat vs. Bobby Jindal for the GOP in 2012. I agree about the TPM becoming “worldly,” that’s exactly what the late Robert Novak would predict.”

    Yes, I wonder: to what extent, after Obama, will the office of the presidency be “Condoleeza Rice-ified” ? – shoe horning unqualified minority candidates into the position soley for the purpose of getting minority votes/support (especially by Republicans, who seem to be on a mission to prove that they don’t hate minorities.) Will black/brown faces be a regular thing from now on?

    Aside from being devastating for the country, it’s a tactic that fails the Republicans. I mean, how many blacks are in love with Clarence Thomas?

  5. November 7, 2010 - 10:53 am | Permalink


  6. Wandrin's Gravatar Wandrin
    November 7, 2010 - 12:32 am | Permalink

    “I would like to know if there is some way to find out if a person is jewish.”

    Just use a search engine and type in something like “is tim wise jewish” or words similar to that.

    • Jon's Gravatar Jon
      November 17, 2010 - 10:04 pm | Permalink

      Many times you can tell by their ‘look.’ At least I can. Tim Wise has that typical Jewish look, i.e., sleepy-looking eyes, hooked nose, etc. My gosh! He sounds just like a Nazi! Get over it. These people are AT WAR WITH US!


  7. Bryan's Gravatar Bryan
    November 6, 2010 - 10:12 pm | Permalink

    The anti-white hate letter from Tim Wise should be emailed by everyone to embassies in Washington, particularly a white-dominated nuclear-armed country like Russia. Let everyone know what they can expect if let this tribe into their living space

  8. Andrew's Gravatar Andrew
    November 6, 2010 - 6:35 pm | Permalink

    ak’s comment:

    “LAND ISSUE appears at the core of the problem. What that means is that unlike Europe where land is in commons property (or used to be till recently) the US law considers land to be private property just like clothing, computers. And of course it’s nothing short or perversion. That means that one person (Federal Reserve?) can in theory own all land in the US!.”

    Individual ownership is not the cause of the problem. It is monopolistic, coercion-backed control of a fraudulent, debt-based money supply by an alien cartel of self-chosen central banking families, of which the Federal is a minion, that is the core of problem. Individuals, especially Whites, are far more prone than government entities to conserve and utilize natural resources to their most productive end. This applies also to an economy’s arguably most important commodity: authentic money such as gold or silver which the individual can own privately, whose supply is immune to arbitrary manipulation by central bankers to their own benefit, and which is not someone else’s liability. “Common” ownership quickly devolves, effectively, to ownership and hence responsibility by no one, or to control by an elitist few at the apex of a collectivist hierarchy. Either case results in the lowest or unjust use of a resource.

    Respectfully submitted

  9. Honkey Tonk Man's Gravatar Honkey Tonk Man
    November 6, 2010 - 3:39 pm | Permalink



  10. November 6, 2010 - 2:14 pm | Permalink

    Few are getting to the root of the matter. Wise is JEWISH. His attitude is that of the Ubermensch telling those whom HE thinks are ‘cattle’ (the talmudic meme that informs ALL forms of Judaism/Marxism/Alinskyism/Soviet Bolshevism, etc. – INCLUDING Liberal Demon-crap party platforms) that our White racial ‘self-awareness’ will do us no good.

    Is not this attitude- rather, this Weltanschauung ‘insulting the memory of the dead’, and a form of Genocide? Do not the UN Conventions demand that no ‘race’ be purposefully, pre-planned to be destroyed? Yet, what is this G-D JEW saying but this? And he continues to LIVE?

    Where are the BALLS of the Whites in the USA? Have you read Boehner’s response to Obongo calling we Whites, ENEMIES? Does Boehner actually think this is NOT about race? Ding, dong the witch is dead. Pelosi’s gone. Boehner’s the third most powerful man in the NATION- ACT LIKE A MAN, and CALL Barack on his RACE HATRED!!! Then start the impeachment proceedings! Why the HELL did we vote you guys in, if you’re going back to Bullshit as usual?

    Dare we, DARE WE retreat in the face of this RACIAL ANIMUS?

    I, for one, am willing to stand for the Faith of Christendom, and that is why I am white hot with righteous anger over this LACK of MASCULINITY on the part of the ENTIRE Establishment, in the face of OUR Enemy- and his name is Hussein.

    Where is the call for impeachment? Where is the lynching mob for Harry Reid, Pelosi, Barney Faggot Frank, et al.? Are their actions NOT those of TRAITORS? Do they not deserve to die? I watched Jesse Ventura’s Conspiracy Theory last night, and he pointed out the AIG/Goldman Sachs SCAM, and this was a year or more ago…. and STILL, no one calls these JEWISH MONEYLENDERS TO TASK?

    My GOD, what a disgustingly cowardly people we have become.

  11. ba's Gravatar ba
    November 6, 2010 - 2:06 pm | Permalink

    I would like to know if there is some way to find out if a person is jewish. I have learned a lot from reading OO about the fact of jewish control in this country but am still surprised every time I read something like this then find out the author is a jew. I know I can’t assume a white appearing author is jewish just because they spout white hatred, so finding a way to determine jewishness either by last name or some other means would be helpful.

  12. Bob123's Gravatar Bob123
    November 6, 2010 - 1:13 pm | Permalink

    The Dems still control the Senate and the White House, and even if the Republicans regain both in 12 they won’t have a filibuster proof Senate. They couldn’t even if they wanted to. They’ve long since given up the idea of preserving either the nation or even themselves, they’re just a bunch of crooks in it for the money, just like the National Review crew and the rest of the CONservatives. They just could never get over the class thing – being worried about minorities taking over the country is so declasse, and who cares what middle class whites want, our success clearly indicates our innate superiority over them. Talking about race! My God, isn’t that what people who wear overalls do?Democracy in the media age is a sham, the age-old truism still rules: if you won’t fight, you’re going to get screwed. Our bosses don’t fear us at all.

  13. Tom's Gravatar Tom
    November 6, 2010 - 11:49 am | Permalink

    @ Hunter

    Double the trouble.

    Two towns in (northern) California that ancestors of mine were early settlers in, one is now 30% White, the other town, more remote is maybe 60% White.

  14. Junghans's Gravatar Junghans
    November 6, 2010 - 11:02 am | Permalink

    A very good assessment of the current political charade, Kevin. ‘Temporary Reprieve’ says it all. Pat Buchanan also thinks that the Republican hierarchy will squander whatever advantages they have momentarily gained. Do these corporate Republican pansies have the grit to enforce the immigration laws, or do anything explicitly White? Rather unlikely. The White ‘wabbits’ have been fooled again with another delusional “win”. Meanwhile, the racial/demographic trends are eroding the long term existence of a very beguiled, complacent White America.

  15. Bobby's Gravatar Bobby
    November 6, 2010 - 4:24 am | Permalink

    Charlotte, I disagree with the characterization of the Republican Party as being a kind of war party. An examination of history shows the Democrat Party as being in power during or before evey major war this nation has been involved in. However, I believe that our involvement in war, has nothing to do with either party, both of which have proven to be nothing but a facade that the real power structure hinds behind. That is why Obama and the Dems have actually escaleted the war against “terrorism”, rather than end it as they said they would. No, we are in a corporate and banking dictatorship. Just because there’s no man at the podium wildly gesturing and gesticulating, doesn’t mean we are not in a fascist system. We certainly are, as some of the posters so rightly hinted.

  16. November 6, 2010 - 3:30 am | Permalink

    The only hope for California at this point is some type of division like Massachusetts and Maine or Virginia and West Virginia.

  17. Praxis's Gravatar Praxis
    November 5, 2010 - 11:38 pm | Permalink

    In California’s transportation industry the passion for Brown and Boxer was intense. They got what they wanted. The budget process in the state legislature and governor’s mansion should run a lot smoother now. Tax, borrow and spend.

    The one small problem left is they’re running out of white people – locally – to pay for it all. A California state government fiscal bail out is where the new GOP House majority will get tested.

    And it’s unnecessary for Republican Congressman Bohner & Friends to appropriate one thin dime, no matter what the Constitution says. Bernanke at the Federal Reserve already has all the legal authority he needs to buy state government debt in exchange for brand new dollars. This is not even a stretch. The Federal Reserve already has Red Roof Inn bonds – yes, the motel chain – on its balance sheet in the Maiden Lane III investment vehicle. They’ve been there since Helo Ben bought them in late 2008.

    But will the economy improve? “Economy Improve.” For the GOP’s future this implies that salaries, wages & the overall employment rate will go up, and/or the cost of living will go down. Both categories are trending in the wrong directions now.

    Look for Democrats to recapture white blue collar and lower middle-class votes two years from now. Many Tea Drinkers will grumble but the GOP’s Daddy Warbucks retain lots of influence on the national scene. They own the Tea the Party Folks are Drinking.

    The ballot computer rigging circuits weren’t even cold before Spencer Bachus (R), Alabama, started scrambling for chairmanship of the House Banking Committee, currently controlled by Barney Faggot (Frank). Bachus was partly responsible for the 2007 financial crisis.

    It’s a measure of how broken the political kulchur is that people like Jerry “Moonbeam” Brown, Dan Coats, Newt Gingrich and Hillary keep coming back for encore after encore. The Soviet elite had degenerated into a similar gerontocracy shortly before the USSR collapsed.

    As I stated before the first goal of any genuine jobs program would be to control the border and rid the country of aliens. That’s not going to happen. Arizona’s appeal is awaiting a decision at the 9th Circuit in San Francisco. Oral arguments were presented last Monday. The following is what the temperature is at the 9th Circuit:

    Arizona Proposition 200, which required proof of citizenship to vote, was struck down.

    My advice to “white nationalist” Tea Drinkers is, “Don’t hold your breath.”

    Tim Wise is prescient:

    • Jon's Gravatar Jon
      November 17, 2010 - 10:38 pm | Permalink

      I spit at that caustic blob. Things can turn on a dime.


  18. JCJ's Gravatar JCJ
    November 5, 2010 - 8:16 pm | Permalink

    @Charlotta Genscher November 5, 2010 – 7:33 pm

    Smart comment. From across the pond a vote for team Obama seems the least worse option. If he believes himself vulnerable going into 2012, goodness knows what advice he will follow. The democrats have to keep so many diffferent groups happy it can serves to dilute the influence of any one, single group. I shall leave it to the experts on here to comment though as I am no more than a troublemaking ‘limey’.

  19. Charlotta Genscher's Gravatar Charlotta Genscher
    November 5, 2010 - 7:33 pm | Permalink

    I am white and voted a straight democratic ticket and even voted for a black US Senate candidate. It was not because I have an entitlement mentality but because the Democrats are relatively less war-prone than Republicans. The wars are killing young, Americans of all races but mostly whites, and they are a significant factor in the economic meltdown. Because Republicans are relatively more pro-war, they are doing more harm to Americans than the Democrats. If whites want to help themselves. they should demand an end to neoconservative military adventurism, which infects both parties but is a stronger influence among Republicans. Bring back the America First Committee. It was white, anti-war, and benefited ordinary Americans of all ethnic groups.

  20. venona's Gravatar venona
    November 5, 2010 - 5:26 pm | Permalink

    Great article, Dr. McDonald. As you correctly point out, one of the reasons whites vote for Democrats is because they have a vested financial interest. In my liberal state, there is tremendous middle-class angst about the economy. The fiscal conservative running for governor vowed to slash spending (i.e. cut government jobs). He was soundly defeated. But it is only a matter of time before the economy completely tanks. When that happens, these people will realize the folly of their ways.

  21. Tom's Gravatar Tom
    November 5, 2010 - 11:41 am | Permalink

    The American Free Press has an annoying habit of being on the money.

  22. November 5, 2010 - 11:26 am | Permalink

    One ponders whether the Bolsheviks would permit our salvation through the ballot box–what do you think?

  23. Tom's Gravatar Tom
    November 5, 2010 - 11:18 am | Permalink

    @ Michael

    When do you think some of these little White ethnic mobs, and, minor dons who are being squeezed by foreign interlopers are going to put a little skin in the game?

    At what point do they start hedging thier bets with guys like KMac? :)

  24. November 5, 2010 - 8:57 am | Permalink

    Nov. 2010

    The Jewish lobby has America by the balls, because 60% of the fundraising for the Democratic party and 35% of the funding for the Republican party come from Jewish funded Political Action Committees.

    According to J. J. Goldberg (the former editor of the Forward), in his book Jewish Power, he boasts that 45% of the fundraising for the Democratic party and 20% of the funding for the Republican party come from Jewish funded Political Action Committees. Richard Cohen of the Washington Post has recently updated this data to read 60% for democrats and 35% for republicans fundraising come from Jewish funded Political Action Committees (PACs).

    Since the 1930s according to Forbes business magazine, 25%-30% of the wealthiest families in America have been Jewish.

    In Canada, the 14th biggest economy in the world, Jewish-Canadian billionaires represent about 30% of the Canadian stock market. And Jewish-Canadians of wealth are notorious heavyweights for political donations in U.S. politics, in effect helping the cause for the Zionist entity, through the military might of the U.S.

    Earlier I said: “The Jewish lobby has America by the balls.” On reflection I take that back. “They got our balls!”

    BUT I do believe the power of the Internet will change the balance of power.

    Michael Santomauro

  25. Robert Mune's Gravatar Robert Mune
    November 5, 2010 - 3:22 am | Permalink

    I stated: “I’m a white Englishman living in Southern California.”

    one reply was: “A more interesting question is what pivotal event, and whose actions precipitated that, lead to the rise of Jews to power and the declension of our race towards nothingness.”

    I’m confused, are you drunk? I think the ‘rise of Jews to power’ happened long before I was even born! …And the ‘pivotal event’ that brought me here? No single event; a growing disgust with British cultural decline and its unmovable political inertia. I couldn’t find an intelligent political alternative anywhere I looked. When I came to America I at least had access to divergent opinion. What would I do In England? Camp out in David Irving’s garden?!?

  26. November 5, 2010 - 3:01 am | Permalink

    “Holocaust” meme, and subsequent Jew-use of media monopoly to guilt-induce whites. Man, did it work. Only thing that will save us is internet + system collapse via bankster debt-bomb, then organized counter-violence.

  27. Tom Gray's Gravatar Tom Gray
    November 5, 2010 - 1:26 am | Permalink

    Amazing, to be certain, Henry.

    Life should be more than just a series of observations. We’re meant to live it.

    So Cal A3P

  28. Henry Cooper's Gravatar Henry Cooper
    November 5, 2010 - 12:38 am | Permalink

    I find it amazing that none of the comments here have mentioned Dr. MacDonald’s reference to the American Third Position. While many have stated the obvious reality that both major parties do not represent the interests of ordinary White Americans, none have expressed an interest in this fledgling party which explicitly does.

  29. Praxis's Gravatar Praxis
    November 4, 2010 - 11:29 pm | Permalink

    Barack Obama is dead in the water. The Democrats will become more (superficially) populist, run a white man (or woman) for president, and take blue-collar and lower middle-class white votes from the Republican Co-Opted Tea Party types. Government-subsidized jobs are more important to under/unemployed folks of all races than golden parachutes and Made In China pension plans for the white upper-class. Unless Republicans can pull off the Con to Beat All Cons by 2012, Democrats will regain many if not most seats lost in the House and Senate. Not many additional white votes are needed for this to happen.

    Border control and alien repatriation is Goal #1 for any serious jobs program. Neither party can afford to become explicitly anti-immigration. Look for both to increase the pandering to “Latinos.” Watch our new Republican Co-Opted Tea Drinkers in Congress become increasingly “worldly” when it comes time to financially bail out the State of California. Yes, the Tea Drinkers could “fly the coop.” They won’t stay away long. If push came to shove White Republican Globalists pandering to Latinos can survive minority status for decades to come in “our” two-party system. The Tea Drinkers cannot. They could throw a snit fit, but would eventually come back to the Republican Party. And one decade from now the Republican Party of Latino Face would welcome the Tea Drinking Remnant back with open arms. California will be bailed out.

    Republicans become the party of implicit whiteness? They are that. What I expect is to see them become the Party of Ever Greater Explicitly White Stupidity.

    There is a different role for politics in White nationalism.

    • HA's Gravatar HA
      November 6, 2010 - 6:45 am | Permalink

      Wow, a lot there. It would be funny to see a white Democrat vs. Bobby Jindal for the GOP in 2012. I agree about the TPM becoming “worldly,” that’s exactly what the late Robert Novak would predict. And yes, all of this is good for sheer entertainment, along the lines of Kourtney and Khloe, none of it has anything to with the 14 Words.

  30. Wandrin's Gravatar Wandrin
    November 4, 2010 - 9:54 pm | Permalink

    “Of course, this is probably more related more to economics than anything else”

    Less physical land -> economic reality -> culture evolves to fit

  31. Wandrin's Gravatar Wandrin
    November 4, 2010 - 9:52 pm | Permalink

    The corporate wing of the Republicans will try and put the lid on things as usual and that is one role for WNs. To keep pointing out to white voters that the marxist left and the globalist right are two halves of a vice with white people being crushed in the middle.

  32. Robert Mune's Gravatar Robert Mune
    November 4, 2010 - 9:50 pm | Permalink

    Hi Jeff, before moving to SoCal I lived in London (where I was born) and in Paris. Of course you are correct that he typical inner city home will be an apartment and is certainly smaller than the suburban west coast home, but the comparison should not stop there; the European cities also have suburbs, and here the brick built homes grow larger and have gardens (yards). Although European cities are of course older, they also tend to be more up to date in terms of communications, home furnishings, appliances e.t.c. In Paris, for example you have broadband access via the mains electrical supply (any power outlet in the home). I think a trip to a European city might leave many Americans rather surprised at how far behind America has slipped in some areas.
    In making my comparison of cities’ beauty I was thinking in particular of civic and cultural architecture; Paris is of course famous for the stunning views around every corner, but London also has much grandeur, particularly along the Thames.
    I confess that my experience of the US has been very much concentrated in California, but this city in particular (Los Angeles) gives the impression of a city whose architecture has been dominated at least since the 1950s by accountants. All aesthetic considerations seem to have been sacrificed to penny pinching so that sometimes it almost seems to resemble one huge butt ugly kibbutz, and that is not pretty!
    I think it would be a powerful statement of faith in our race, if we could leave behind all of the fearful negativity that frequently gets expressed here and respond with a positive agenda for our future. The imagination and creation of a beautiful built environment has been one of the hallmarks of European civilization.

    • ak's Gravatar ak
      November 5, 2010 - 11:34 am | Permalink

      Robert Mune, you are touching on a very important subject. I had the same experience and questions when i moved from Moscow to LA in 90s.

      Why the city is so UGLY and apartments and worse than temporary housing in Russia built right after WW2? I moved over 20 times in the US. None of the apartments came close to quality of my moscow apartment that i had for free according to Russian constitution. May be the one that i rented for $1500 came close… but that’s a LOT OF MONEY just sleep and hang out.

      LAND ISSUE appears at the core of the problem. What that means is that unlike Europe where land is in commons property (or used to be till recently) the US law considers land to be private property just like clothing, computers. And of course it’s nothing short or perversion. That means that one person (Federal Reserve?) can in theory own all land in the US!. Or how Amborse Bierce described this arrangement:

      Ambrose Bierce (The Devil’s Dictionary, 1911) “LAND, n. A part of the earth’s surface, considered as property. The theory that land is property subject to private ownership and control is the foundation of modern society…. Carried to its logical conclusion, it means that some have the right to prevent others from living; for the right to own implies the right exclusively to occupy; and in fact laws of trespass are enacted wherever property in land is recognized. It follows that if the whole area of terra firma is owned by A, B and C, there will be no place for D, E, F and G to be born, or, born as trespassers, to exist.”

      There was a famous US politician Henry George about 100 years ago who understood Land problem quite well. You can read his book Progress and Poverty (online) that covers this issue. Check out:

      P.S. In Santa Monica they officially blackmail you for rent. Depending on how much you make they will charge you DIFFERENTLY for the SAME apartment. It’s codified and legal! Just go to the office of Plaza at Arboretum on Colorado and Cloverfield. $1600 if you’re poor, $2600 if you make over $56000.

      Also, to make land scarce – there are extensive really screwy building regulations. It may cost one $25,000 in permits just to add a guest house! True story.

      Also, Santa Monica doesn’t allow buildings over 4 stories high. LA Brea and Sunset blvds are virtually all 1 story buildings for the same reasons.

      And how do you like LA traffic? LA used to have the most advanced electric rail system in the world. But thanks to GM and Occidental petroleum we don’t anymore.

      Of course these are the same buses that shred LA roads into oblivion and polute air with extremely dangerous rubber nano particles from their tires for our breathing pleasure. (NPR report)

  33. November 4, 2010 - 9:43 pm | Permalink

    Robert Mune, just curious, I have never been to Europe, however, I hear that the homes tend to be very small and old compared to homes in the US.

    This is very true of England. I’ve not been to the rest of Europe.

    The standard of living is much higher here.

    • Robert Mune's Gravatar Robert Mune
      November 4, 2010 - 10:11 pm | Permalink

      I think ‘standard of living’ is less useful than ‘standards of living’ (there are many more than one). I prefer being here, that’s why I stay, but I’m not here for the food (better in Paris), or nightlife (better in London). Neither am I here for your cars or beer (obviously).
      What I love, what in fact I NEED, is freedom, and it is still here in bigger supply than anywhere else I’ve been. I can express myself more freely here, I have more social mobility, and your country is absolutely stunning in its vast, raw nature. I think many worthwhile Europeans know very well this is true but it is no longer as possible for us to come here and contribute as it was for us in earlier generations. That was all I usefully wanted to contribute to this debate.

  34. Jeff Maylor's Gravatar Jeff Maylor
    November 4, 2010 - 8:38 pm | Permalink

    Robert Mune, just curious, I have never been to Europe, however, I hear that the homes tend to be very small and old compared to homes in the US. In fact, I’ve heard that a lot more people live in apartment style homes. Is this true? Of course, this is probably more related more to economics than anything else, although I am sure the culture also has something to do with it. And LA is probably the most spread out city in America.

  35. Robert Mune's Gravatar Robert Mune
    November 4, 2010 - 7:55 pm | Permalink

    I’m a white Englishman living in Southern California. The first and strongest impression I formed upon arrival was how much work remained to be done. For example: in comparison to the beauty of European cities most of Los Angeles is still mile after mile of cheaply built low rise stucco boxes. Yet it is extremely hard for me to legally immigrate to the United States, Britains are actually forbidden to enter the Green Card lottery, and I have had ten years of work visas (each of which has to be paid for and its merits demonstrated) but am no nearer permanent legal status. Perhaps white Americans now conscious of the turning tide of color could start to re balance this by allowing, or even encouraging the legal entry of white Europeans, who have historically played by far the major part in the building of this nation. America gained good value from it’s Scandinavian, British, and German immigrants, far better than it now gains from its resentful third world arrivals. Unfortunately for my European brothers and I, ending legal immigration is easy, but ending illegal immigration from the South will prove almost impossible.

    • Richard's Gravatar Richard
      November 5, 2010 - 9:07 pm | Permalink

      I think to end illlegal immigration on our southern border we have to teach them to respect the laws of our country. This can be done easily and cheaply all you need is a few good men and twenty five dollars worth of ammunition. Then we could have a real sit down with Mexico.

    • Bruce in Vancouver's Gravatar Bruce in Vancouver
      November 6, 2010 - 4:46 am | Permalink

      The Immigration laws in the US were changed after the scum-bag Ted Kennedy sponsored a bill written by the jew, Emanuel Celler, in 1965.

      Kennedy promised that the bill would not change the Demographics of the country.
      He lied.

      The same tribe was responsible for the changes made here in Canada in 1967. European immigrants had always been 90% of new immigrants, but it has been changed and now it’s 90% from non-white, 3rd world countries and maybe 10% from White countries.

      They’re destroying the European Culture of North America, Australia and Europe through mass immigration and media control.

  36. Jeff Maylor's Gravatar Jeff Maylor
    November 4, 2010 - 7:26 pm | Permalink

    Also, it would be interesting to point out to our conservative friends how different the election would have been if only White voters had voted. I saw somewhere that Christine O’Donnell – as poor as candidate as she was – actually won 51% of the White vote. If that is true, it shows just how dramatically different the country would be if only White voters determined the policies. If anyone has more breakout on the White vote that would be interesting. Conservatives and Republicans need to understand California is their future in a few short years.

  37. Caleb's Gravatar Caleb
    November 4, 2010 - 7:13 pm | Permalink

    This election is the biggest con job pulled on the American voter since Warren Harding was elected in 1920. The people are angry? Right on! I’m angry, too. When corporate ceo’s get ten million dollar bonuses while the wages of ordinary employees haven’t gone up in twenty years–that makes ME angry. When Motorola petitions for even more H-1B visa slots for “highly skilled” immigrants even as they lay off American workers–that makes me REAL angry.

    But these iniquities are committed by Republicans who are white so don’t expect to see a lot written about it here!

  38. Jeff Maylor's Gravatar Jeff Maylor
    November 4, 2010 - 7:08 pm | Permalink

    It’s funny, I went over to the National Review Corner blog and left comments on election night. I simply stated that given the huge outrage among “middle American” voters, the victory should have been larger, and would have been just 10 or 15 years ago, but the demographic changes are hurting conservatives. Their response? They scrubbed my comments. Their heads are buried deeply in the sand.

    • Vijay's Gravatar Vijay
      November 6, 2010 - 5:50 am | Permalink

      The National Review is dominated by Jews. No surprise they scrubbed your innocent and truthful comments. This is yet more confirmation of what is obvious to those who have eyes to see…..

    • Hans's Gravatar Hans
      November 12, 2010 - 7:38 pm | Permalink

      LOL! Little Jonah Goldberg probably scrubbed them himself.

  39. Dan's Gravatar Dan
    November 4, 2010 - 6:59 pm | Permalink

    This is a very difficult challenge. I recall when I had anti immigration bumper sticker on my car I stopped at a gas station in Boulder about four years ago and a young studnet (who looked Jewish) began raging at me. The young white people (other than the Jewish ones who pose as white) have no clue how they are boxing themselves out of a future America and will find themselves on the outside looking in at yet another brown nation.

    True diversity calls for the preservation of white nations and not blending them all into brown ones. That has to be the argument.

  40. Tom Mcdonald's Gravatar Tom Mcdonald
    November 4, 2010 - 6:57 pm | Permalink

    People should stop debating about how to fix the current two party system and hope for the day that it will collapse completely! The only thing that will wake up the majority of White people is a complete collapse of the political system. As long as there still is comfort, there is complacency, as long as there is complacency, there is inaction, and the system keeps on plodding along as if there is no problem.

  41. Tom's Gravatar Tom
    November 4, 2010 - 6:22 pm | Permalink

    Roy Beck of NumbersUSA, who is a very astute politician in his own right says, “I’m not sure there has been a Congress since 1924 — and certainly not in the last 50 years — that had a membership more interested in reductions in overall illegal and legal immigration than will be the one that was elected yesterday. ”

    Our job is to force the Congress to take action on immigration.

  42. James's Gravatar James
    November 4, 2010 - 4:03 pm | Permalink

    The Republicans have already chucked in the towel. They aren’t ever going to succumb to reason. The quicker they implode, the quicker something useful can replace them.

  43. Phil's Gravatar Phil
    November 4, 2010 - 4:01 pm | Permalink

    Priority number one for the Republicans will be remunerating the rich (Wall Street in particular) who financed their campaigns. That’s where their focus will be going forward.

  44. November 4, 2010 - 3:15 pm | Permalink

    Tim Wise: An Open Letter to the White Right, On the Occasion of Your Recent, Successful Temper Tantrum.
    “Whatever the case, and whatever your economic station, know this…
    You need to drink up.
    And quickly.
    And heavily.
    Because your time is limited.
    Real damned limited.
    So party while you can, but mind the increasingly loud clock ticking away in the corners of your consciousness.
    The clock that reminds you how little time you and yours have left.
    Not much more now.
    Tick, tock.
    Tick, tock.”

    Exit Polls: Unprecedented White Flight from Democrats
    “Whites constitute a smaller share of the electorate than in decades past.”

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