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Busing? Really? She’s winning the battle to lose the war–if she’s still standing for South Carolina after suburban and rural white Iowa and New Hampshire, that is.

That’s what I thought to myself as I watched Kamala Harris tear into Joe Biden for his opposition to federally-mandated busing half a century ago, anyway. No way white liberals will go for that! Has she not been paying attention to what’s going on in New York City?

It looks like I may have been snoozing. The GSS is here to Woke me from my soporific state. Though the survey stopped asking about busing in the mid-nineties, it queried respondents on the subject for more than two decades, and the trendline was towards ever-increasing support among whites. By now, liberal whites may be more supportive of it than non-whites are:

By the nineties, 41% of white liberals said they supported busing. In contrast,29% of white moderates and 23% of white conservatives said the same.

The only reason so many SWPLs send their kids to private schools now is because of the prohibition on sending them to public schools that aren’t nearby. With some much needed logistical support from the state, they’ll gladly send their children on 45-minute commutes to MLK High, where the CAP index is an order of magnitude higher than it is at Christa McAuliffe two blocks down the road!

GSS variables used: BUSING, YEAR, RACE(1)(2-3), POLVIEWS(1-3)(4)(5-7)

 
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  1. This crap makes me wonder just how much of it could be eliminated with prompt and unapologetic paddling of children (under or over puberty) who act out, and suitable penalties against parents/guardians/others who defend misbehavior.

    We’d really need documentation, though.  HD cameras in all classrooms and hallways to catch acts to provide defense for the innocent and justify punishment for the guilty would be essential.  Punishment for the guilty should include repatriation to countries/continents of origin of both miscreants and parents/guardians who insist that “dey chilluns dindu nuffins” in the face of video evidence otherwise.  Just empty out the ‘hood and the “bad schools” will cease being bad.

    Of course, irreversible sterilization in return for payment should always be offered to the lowest functioning/most violent/criminal segment.  If a moron, thug or ratchet is willing to sacrifice the essential function of their gonads in return for $1000, we should consider it money well spent.  Given that high time preference is symptomatic of their dysfunction, we can expect lots of takers.

  2. J1234 says:

    It would be interesting (and relevant) to know what percentage of white parents of school aged children are for busing.

    Also, a questionnaire asking whites if they are for or against busing for could be interpreted as a proxy for, “How moral are you (in the modern sense of the word ‘moral’)?” A white society abandoning (to some degree) Christianity and Christian identity might see the need to cling to a shallow or popular social morality in the absence of anything else…kind of a psychological necessity. As with Christianity, however, how people present themselves to the world in moral terms and how they actually act in moral terms are usually not the same, as demonstrated in this video (which I first saw on Red Ice):

    In the two largest cities in my state, there are very few white people of means rushing to buy houses in black neighborhoods. That would eliminate the need for busing. I know there is gentrification in Chicago and on the coasts, but again I wonder how many white intact families with good incomes and small children are doing that.

    • Replies: @Audacious Epigone
    , @c matt
  3. Pericles says:

    Tactically speaking, I get the impression that Kamala is trying to, er, suck the media oxygen out of the room. Nobody else shows up in the news.

    It’s sort of analogous to the Candidate Trump strategy come to think of it, with the possible weakness that Kamala is not as entertaining. Let’s see if she can maintain it for sufficiently long.

    • Replies: @anonymous
  4. El Dato says:

    But what is the reason for stopping data collection in ’96?

    • Replies: @Audacious Epigone
  5. iffen says:

    I like the way she hedges her positions. First it was abolishing private insurance and then she “clarified” her position on busing. I think that she is way too obvious in her opportunistic moves. Many observers noted that she had the tee-shirts printed and ready to go.

    They have the whip on Biden. First he backed off support for the Hyde amendment (hopefully losing him some loyal Catholic votes in the Midwest) and then he said uncle on the issue of “cooperating with the enemy” in order to pass legislation.

    • Replies: @SunBakedSuburb
  6. anonymous[340] • Disclaimer says:
    @Pericles

    Are you suggesting by “the Candidate Trump strategy” that he outFoxed the Establishment by baiting the media?

    They did that FOR Trump, who since being elected has proven to be an even bigger liar than Obama. (Those of us who warned readers about this starting in 2015 were disregarded as “shills for Jeb,” etc.). The constant coverage of the Trump campaign was the opposite of how the Establishment obscured Paul in 2008/12 and now, perhaps, Gabbard.

    • Agree: Audacious Epigone
    • Replies: @Pericles
  7. Arclight says:

    I am guessing that if she actually stuck with this and had to spell out some details – like how kids would be selected, how many would be affected, if this would affect charter and magnet schools, whether the intent is to force neighboring school districts to absorb new students, etc. – black support would not be that strong. Many parents want a convenient location over anything, and in my city when they decided to close multiple high schools and kids would have to travel much farther to get to the remaining ones, parents went nuts.

    Whites are a little different in that many could virtue signal by saying they support this and never be affected because their kids are in private school, but I still think overall support would be low. Urban whites who have big mortgages to ensure their children go to the right public school don’t really want to see that undone.

  8. I agree with Pericles and Arclight. I know you have something invested in this Karmela character winning the D’nomination, maybe literally ;-}. This busing crap is, IMO, just as Pericles said, some controversial noise to keep her in front of the lights – maybe that’s the “crazy like a fox” part you meant.

    As a comparison to Donald Trump, he does get the spotlight for his mouth too, but the difference is that, 4 years ago, he came out talking about the immigration-invasion issue that IS a big one, and his view had tremendous support from the American people. Neither of these 2 people are or were ever playing any kind of 3-D chess, not even 2-D checkers (although checkers is a black thing vs. chess being a white thing).

    Also, yeah, 1996 is 23 years ago. You can’t extrapolate from that graph. As far as those primary states go, the problem I see is that even in NH and IA now, there are plenty of blacks in the big cites that have “awoken” lots of white Moms and Dads. I don’t think they’ll take too kindly to this busing idea, as opposed to those few remaining small-town lefties (like your Bernie Sanders in VT) who have not seen but a couple of nice black people and have no idea of the hell they may be forced to put their kids through.

    • Replies: @Audacious Epigone
  9. Oh, BTW, that’s not at all to say Harris’ rhetoric won’t WORK, though. Peak Stupidity just wrote a short post, Courting the Goldfish Vote, in which the terrible short-term political memories of the American people are theorized to be the problem. Candidates will say whatever they want in the primaries, but all is forgotten 6 months later by voters who could tell you who won the Heisman in 1974, but will forget all of what Harris said, if she doesn’t mention it, or even contradicts herself a few months later.

    • Replies: @Liberty Mike
  10. The only reason so many SWPLs send their kids to private schools now is because of the prohibition on sending them to public schools that aren’t nearby. With some much needed logistical support from the state, they’ll gladly send their children on 45-minute commutes to MLK High, where the CAP index is an order of magnitude higher than it is at Christa McAuliffe two blocks down the road!

    New Hampshire public schools in Manchester and Concord are being swamped with non-traditional students. Upper middle class parents avoid the Manchester and Concord public schools as much as they can. Come to think of it, I bet most of the upper middle class striver types have evacuated from Manchester already, and the ones with brains are getting set to evacuate Concord to avoid the public school system.

    Kamala Harris may be trying to get the upper middle and middle class White vote in New Hampshire by ramping up her virtue signaling rhetoric. When Kamala Harris started banging on her hollow log to Biden about busing at the debate, this might have been what she was thinking. Kamala Harris is a sneaky Asian Indian Mulatto.

    New Hampshire is being demographically destroyed by REFUGEE OVERLOAD and mass legal immigration, and the New Hampshire Republican Party ruling class supports it strongly.

    • Replies: @Marcus
    , @Audacious Epigone
  11. Marcus says:
    @Charles Pewitt

    I remember talking to a liberal from rural New England who said that he moved to Texas so that his kid could grow up with diversity, so I was thinking you all might have been rid of them by emigration

  12. Tulsi Gabbard stays above the Kamala Harris kerfuffle on busing.

    Tulsi Gabbard suggests Kamala Harris’s Biden bashing over busing was campaign baloney.

    Kamala Harris will bring on Civil War II.

    The American Empire is imploding due to mass legal immigration and illegal immigration and anti-White crud.

  13. It’s sort of analogous to the Candidate Trump strategy come to think of it, with the possible weakness that Kamala is not as entertaining. Let’s see if she can maintain it for sufficiently long.

    Kamala Harris is a tantric nasty politician who can keep up the nasty for a long time.

    The Trump subtext was more substantial in that Trump was rhetorically taking on the ruling class of the Republican Party and the ruling class of the Democrat Party and the Bush Organized Crime Syndicate and the Clinton Organized Crime Syndicate and the JEW/WASP ruling class of the American Empire.

    Trump went big and he won and then he sold out his voter base — or handed them over — to the ruling class rats destroying the USA. I won’t vote for Trump or any GOP candidate unless they sound like Sam Francis or Pat Buchanan or Andrew Jackson.

    Kamala Harris is baloney slicing the Democrat Party presidential primary voter cohorts by bashing Biden on busing. Kamala Harris knows she’ll get smashed in Iowa and New Hampshire by Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren, but she thinks she can grab some White upper middle class votes in New Hampshire and Iowa by playing up the race card. White upper middle class Democrat Party presidential primary voters love to use accusations of racism and other nasty things to bash the Hell out of regular Whites.

    The White upper middle class Democrat Party voters might respond well to Kamala Harris’s hollow log banging about racism. The key thing to remember is that the White upper middle class slobs are greedy globalizer money-grubbers who profit from ripping off regular Whites and other non-Whites in the USA. These upper middle class White money-grubbers would much rather listen to Kamala Harris attacking other Whites for so-called “racism” than to listen to Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren talk about policies that could diminish the ability of upper middle class Whites to financially screw over regular Whites.

    Kamala Harris is playing for the big states and California — now that it jumped in the primary schedule — and the Southern states, where Kamala Harris thinks she’ll be able to use the Aunt Jemima Strategy to win the votes of Black ladies.

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
  14. Busing drove the white people out of the Cities and destroyed public education. I have a brother in law in a large Midwestern city who worked in the public schools for almost forty years. He described the destruction as it occurred over a period of many years. A federal judge, not an educator, was put in charge of city schools. The cowardly liberals decided the children who have no say in the matter would be the point of the spear for what they called integration. Meaning forced race mixing among the working classes.

    The civil rights movement should have stopped at civil rights. Voting rights and equal protection. That’s all that was needed to level the playing field. American blacks went from Jim Crow to protected minority. They have NEVER been on an equal footing with whites.

    Biden is a professional gas bag. That’s all he has ever been. But he was right about busing.

    • Agree: Audacious Epigone
    • Replies: @follyofwar
  15. @iffen

    “I think that she is way too obvious in her opportunistic moves.”

    Kamala is not the brightest bulb, but her lust for power and willingness to serve as an instrument for the Moloch coalition that was behind Hillary makes her the eventual Democratic nominee. Maybe that’s why Jeffrey Epstein is suddenly back in the news; his arrest and coming prosecution by the DOJ-SDNY being a maneuver to completely rid the Democratic Party of the Clinton mess through their intimate relationship with Epstein. I’m playing amateur conspiracy theorist here, but it’s clear that Epstein, a major Mossad-Moloch asset, has been burned, sacrificed for a greater cause. Maybe this is internecine warfare — the Moloch coalition ridding themselves of the once mighty Clintons.

    • Replies: @iffen
    , @Audacious Epigone
  16. GU says:

    Hmmm, if we’re gonna start paddling kids and install HD cameras, I would want a mandatory replay review prior to the paddling. It was fairly common in my school days to see the wrong kid get blamed for troublemaking.

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
  17. @GU

    I’d wanna have a slow-motion replay of the paddling itself, with an inset-shot of the grimace on the kid’s face, you know, to discourage los otters, I mean otres.

    • Replies: @Talha
  18. Talha says:
    @Talha

    Original reference…

  19. @Talha

    Haha! BTW, you reminded me to try to get Dazed and Confused. It’s supposed to be a kind of Fast Times at Ridgemont High type of movie, which was one of my favorites.

    • Replies: @Talha
  20. Talha says:
    @Achmed E. Newman

    Yeah – “Dazed and Confused” was “Fast Times…” for my high school generation.

    Peace.

  21. Think of what widespread bussing will do to upscale real-estate markets centred around “good schools.” This is just blue meat for the rabid Dem primary voters; it will be a non-starter in an actual Harris administration.

  22. Anon[359] • Disclaimer says:

    Make private schools illegal. End arts, advanced placement, and science high schools. Mandate busing across county lines. Make tutors illegal. Let the creme rise to the top and force weathy white liberal children to sit next to Somalis, MS13 bangers, Laquon and Laqueesha.

    I can hear their whining now.

    • Replies: @Lockean Proviso
  23. iffen says:
    @SunBakedSuburb

    amateur conspiracy theorist

    Stop right here!

    If you are an amateur then you have no business commenting at the UR.

    • LOL: Mr. Rational
  24. 216 says:

    Cuckservative.txt

    If, say, Kamala Harris wins the White House and Twitter permits her to use its services to announce that she’s forming a committee to study the feasibility of reparations for slavery, does she then have to allow that thread to be hijacked by white nationalists and other vile alt-right voices? I say no. The Second Circuit says yes.

    https://www.nationalreview.com/2019/07/the-second-circuit-court-of-appeals-was-wrong-to-rule-that-trump-cant-block-twitter-users/

  25. @Achmed E. Newman

    Some of us can tell you who won the Heisman in 1974 as well as who won the trophy in 1975.

    Hint: the man who won the Heisman in 1974.

    Another hint: he was a running back.

    Yet another hint: he is black.

    His NFL career was nowhere as successful as the most infamous of Heisman winners. Of course, Michelle Goldberg would probably argue that Tim Tebow is the most infamous Heisman winner – white, Christian, good natured, kind, and a virgin until marriage.

    • Replies: @follyofwar
  26. @WorkingClass

    If Biden can’t stand up to a shrill harlot like Queen Kamala, then he has no business being in the race. The only thing Eric Swalwell (I miss him already) ever said that I agree with was when he told poor old Uncle Joe that it’s time to Pass The Torch. Maybe he’s now auditioning to become Kamala’s VP.

  27. @Mr. Rational

    Re voluntary birf control for the left side of the curve, it would need to be framed as empowerment. Use the arguments of the Left that encourage white anti-natalism as rationales for such an uplifting program. Also, $1000 is too low. Make it $10-20K and we all still come out ahead in saving costs of crime, incompetence, remedial education, and lower standards.

    • Replies: @Mr. Rational
  28. @Liberty Mike

    Really, how do we know if Tebow was a virgin? I didn’t know he was married either, which must have made his Christian groupies most upset. And I know that back-to-back Heisman winner couldn’t have been OJ, though he’s certainly now the most infamous.

    • Replies: @Liberty Mike
  29. @Anon

    If home schooling isn’t also banned, we might see a rise in stay-at-home moms in liberal areas.

    Of course, some of these leftists don’t have children and hate whites who do. Some of the polling might be reflective of that.

  30. @Mr. Rational

    There is another name for the paddling of children and HD cameras in all classrooms. It’s called the penitentiary, which is what our schools have become anyway. But I do like the sterilization idea. Most unfortunately for Western society, eugenics has been given a bad name. Margaret Sanger had the right idea.

  31. @Mr. Rational

    The panopticon isn’t all bad, especially if feeds could be accessed by the public. Full transparency, right?

    • Replies: @Liberty Mike
  32. @J1234

    It is almost invariably the case that urban/inner suburb SWPLs with kids could buy more space than they currently have for less money than they currently pay and get into more diverse districts in the process if they really believed what they claim to believe.

  33. @follyofwar

    Of course, we don’t know if he is still a virgin, but he is white and Christian and he doesn’t appear to have littered the landscape with baby mamas and he has publicly proclaimed to be pro-life and that is enough to nettle the Nadelmans, Nadlers, Natansons, Nebergs, and Netanyahus.

    OJ won in 1968.

    Archie Griffin won in 1974 and 1975.

  34. @El Dato

    That it wasn’t mandated anywhere any longer and so was no longer perceived as being relevant? That’s just a guess.

  35. @Achmed E. Newman

    I have some in the predictit market for the Democrat nomination. I’ve had it in there for probably close to a year (whenever it opened, I forget). Yes on Kamala, No on everyone else except for Biden, who I didn’t put money on one way or the other–I thought there was an outside chance the Obama legacy would work as a protective amulet against accusations of racism.

  36. @Audacious Epigone

    Would the purview of the panopticon include each and every room in each and every edifice owned, leased, or otherwise controlled by government? Full transparency, right?

    • Replies: @Audacious Epigone
  37. @Charles Pewitt

    Freedom of movement isn’t quite turning out like the free state project hoped it would?

  38. @Audacious Epigone

    Yes, readers of your original blog could see that.

    I still contend that as between Harris and big Stacie, the latter is the real deal and the senator is the ersatz version.

    You won’t hold it against those of us who would just as soon see senator Harris’ lose in the primaries?

    • Replies: @Audacious Epigone
  39. @SunBakedSuburb

    Re: Epstein, I think their hand was forced. Mike Cernovich and the Miami Herald had started prying open records from Epstein’s slap on the wrist ~15 years ago and it was only a matter of time before lots of really damaging stuff got out into the internet ether.

    The audacity of the blue checkmarks re: Epstein is really something–suddenly this major Democrat donor is being transformed into a longtime Trump ally because they hung out once in 2002.

  40. @Audacious Epigone

    Did you know that Christopher Cantwell moved to NH, IIRC, in part, due to the free state project? He wrote quite a bit about his run-ins with some of the lefty, multi-cult loving libertarians in the free state project.

    • Replies: @Audacious Epigone
  41. iffen says:
    @Audacious Epigone

    I thought there was an outside chance the Obama legacy would work as a protective amulet against accusations of racism.

    LOL

  42. @follyofwar

    Project Prevention, which pays drug addicted women to use longish-term birth control, is of course ‘controversial’ because it does real good–and it does so voluntarily. Both parties involved in the transaction leave happier than before the transaction took place. Are people entitled to self-determination or not?

  43. @Liberty Mike

    That’s real accountability! I’m fully in support.

  44. @Liberty Mike

    I would just as soon see her lose to Tulsi Gabbard, or failing that, Andrew Yang.

  45. @Liberty Mike

    I heard him on Tom Woods’ podcast years ago, recalled his distinct voice once he became officially nefarious (for Charlottesville I assume), and then went back to check to make sure it was the same guy because the content seemed a lot different. It was!

    Beyond that, I’m not familiar with him.

  46. @Charles Pewitt

    … who can keep up the nasty for a long time.

    That’s what HE said!

    .

    “He” being Willy Brown, her uhhh, mentor.

  47. @Lockean Proviso

    $1000 is too low. Make it $10-20K and we all still come out ahead

    Make confinement until age 21 the standard for all juvie felonies and all serious misdemeanors, with release before 21 conditional on irreversible sterilization for all with IQ under 110.

    (Why under 110?  Imagine a super-normal kid thrown into a dysfunctional environment and forced into self-defense.  You do not want to throw superior genetics away.  Ideally the testing would be done before trial and diversion applied for non-psychopaths.)

    • Replies: @Feryl
  48. @follyofwar

    There is another name for the paddling of children and HD cameras in all classrooms. It’s called the penitentiary, which is what our schools have become anyway.

    What are the White children doing penitence for, then?  Being born White?

    The |\|166er is a pox and a plague and should be removed from our midst without hesitation or guilt.

  49. Pericles says:
    @anonymous

    Indeed, I am suggesting that, at least as part of his strategy. That the MSM were in on it and it was all just kayfabe (is that the word?) seems a twist too far.

  50. @Audacious Epigone

    Good luck …money-wise, I mean. (It’s all infotainment to me – they’ll have to be a reckoning down the road no matter what happens with that crowd of anti-white Socialist useful idiots.)

  51. @Audacious Epigone

    Freedom of movement isn’t quite turning out like the free state project hoped it would?

    The pissant Free State porcupine people are hypocrites who moved to New Hampshire because it is mostly European Christian but they won’t admit it.

    I like some of their Free State porcupine stuff, but their inability to tell the truth about demography and culture and politics is very irritating.

    The Free State porcupine people are right to place extremely strong emphasis on monetary policy, for instance.

    Monetary policy and demography is driving politics all over the globe — the Free State porcupine people are right about that.

    Tweet from 2015:

    Tweet from 2014:

    • Replies: @Liberty Mike
  52. c matt says:
    @J1234

    Yes, a co-worker of mine is the epitome of what you describe. Constant blah blah about racism, the underprivileged, immigrants are great, etc. But she overpaid by about $300K for a house in a nice white hood so her kids go to the best public schools (white) in town. Of course, the school has its token minority (one per class) so it can claim wokeness. And she knows all the best ethnic restaurants, so there.

  53. @Charles Pewitt

    “Votes?”

    Anent the question of whether voting means anything, who has a better grip on reality? Joe Stalin or the typical muh democracy civnat?

  54. Feryl says:
    @Mr. Rational

    America’s black population would be like, halved within 3 generations if we sterilized all young offenders with a lower IQ. That ain’t ever gonna happen, for obvious reasons, esp. given that today’s young blacks don’t have kids like they used to (which our “leaders” have responded to by allowing massive immigration from Africa to occur over the last 10 years).

    It’s clear that our corrupt leader class has zero problems with dysgenic trends, since birth trends (more educated people have fewer children these days, and more women are going to college than ever before) and immigration trends are going to reduce the IQ of the erstwhile white Western countries by quite a bit over the next 3-4 generations (more-so in Western Europe where most immigrants are Arab or African, whereas Australia and America get more East Asians and/or Mestizo immigrants).

    • Replies: @Mr. Rational
  55. @Feryl

    America’s black population would be like, halved within 3 generations if we sterilized all young offenders with a lower IQ.

    I can think of ways to manage it by deception.  Of course, it would work better if if we just extended it to all hood rats.

    That ain’t ever gonna happen, for obvious reasons

    True.  By the time the will appears, it’ll be either rope or bullets.  But we do have to put the responsibility on the libs, where it belongs:  were it not for them, it would already have been done and done without violence.

    It’s clear that our corrupt leader class has zero problems with dysgenic trends

    They’re tyrants, not leaders.  They dictate things like “marriage equality” against landslide popular opposition.  I’m hoping that their push for pedophilia ends up getting them deposed.

    • Replies: @Intelligent Dasein
    , @Feryl
  56. @Mr. Rational

    There really is no point in continuing to circle-jerk around with the topic of sterilization. It isn’t ever going to be “a thing,” and it doesn’t have to be. The TFR of African Americans is now down to 1.89, so they’re already eliminating themselves.

    Interestingly, the TFR of American Hispanics, often stereotyped as pernicious breeders, is down to 2.1, which is just skimming the replacement level and is continuing to fall. The TFR of America as a whole is 1.76.

    https://ifstudies.org/blog/baby-bust-fertility-is-declining-the-most-among-minority-women

    • Replies: @Mr. Rational
    , @Feryl
  57. @Intelligent Dasein

    There really is no point in continuing to circle-jerk around with the topic of sterilization. It isn’t ever going to be “a thing,”

    Whether or not it ever comes to pass, talk does one good thing:  it moves the Overton window.

    The TFR of African Americans is now down to 1.89, so they’re already eliminating themselves.

    Still outbreeding Whites, and the dumbest and most parasitic are breeding most of all.  How much better off would we be if every Angel Adams was “fixed” after baby #1, or accepted a bonus to get fixed first?  It could be made quite attractive*.

    Hood rats aren’t the only dysgenic problem we’ve got.  We need to talk about fixes, and that kind of unapologetic realtalk might as well start with the ferals.

    * Endometrial ablation eliminates menstruation.  Sell it on a promise of no more “that time of the month”.

    • Replies: @dfordoom
  58. dfordoom says: • Website
    @Mr. Rational

    Whether or not it ever comes to pass, talk does one good thing: it moves the Overton window.

    Maybe. Are you sure this kind of talk will move it the way you hope?

    • Replies: @Mr. Rational
  59. @dfordoom

    Are you sure this kind of talk will move it the way you hope?

    Dunno, but refusing to talk about it sure isn’t going to help.

  60. Feryl says:
    @Mr. Rational

    They have no credibility left, because the streets are over-run with bums and drug addicts (expensive housing and very little effective care given to the mentally ill), the media regularly lies to us (Sean Hannity sez that we need to bomb Iran), essentially nothing is done to restore infrastructure or manufacturing, and debt levels have risen monstrously.s

    That they over-indulge on boutique cultural issues (like trannies) is further evidence of how dumb their priorities are. Most people in the 80% class scarcely ever even gave thought to this sort of non-sense, one way or the other; they are too busy figuring out how to pay the bills.

    • Replies: @Mr. Rational
  61. Feryl says:
    @Intelligent Dasein

    It’s pretty common knowledge that America’s population was being stabilized in the late 1960’s, and we would likely have had future population shrinkage (and the continuation of traditional ethnic demographics) if immigration had remained at New Deal levels. But the government’s own statistics, and surveys of foreign residents and their kids (who typically say that they arrived, and had kids, after Reagan left office), reveal that immigration has been the primary factor in America’s population being far larger now than it was in even 1990, let alone 1980 or 1970.

    Back in the 70’s it was often believed that we already had over-shot the Earth’s carrying capacity (the origin of the environmental movement was driven by the massive population boom of the 1950’s and 60’s; after many centuries of trying to tame nature, it now seemed that were on the verge of consuming and destroying too much of nature too fast. But anti-human environmentalism has faded in popularity with each and every economic “boom” that we’ve experienced since 1984.

  62. @Feryl

    They don’t need credibility.  They have tons of power and use it to oppress anyone who dares express an opinion they don’t like.  We have to take their power away, starting by seizing their fortunes and foundations.

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