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Steve King: ‘Hispanics and the blacks will be fighting each other’ before whites become minority
BY MAX GREENWOOD – 03/14/17 11:39 AM EDT 1,583

Rep. Steve King (R-Iowa) pushed back against the notion that minority groups will one day surpass whites in the American population, saying that Hispanics and blacks “will be fighting each other before that happens.”

During an interview with radio host Jan Mickelson on 1040 WHO in Iowa, King was asked about comments made by Univision anchor Jorge Ramos last week on Fox News that whites are on track to become a minority in the U.S. by 2044.

“Jorge Ramos’s stock in trade is identifying and trying to drive wedges between race,” King told Iowa radio host Jan Mickelson on 1040 WHO. “Race and ethnicity, I should say to be more correct. When you start accentuating the differences, then you start ending up with people that are at each other’s throats.

“He’s adding up Hispanics and blacks into what he predicts will be in greater number than whites in America. I will predict that Hispanics and the blacks will be fighting each other before that happens.” …

King came under fire on Sunday after tweeting that, “we can’t restore our civilization with somebody else’s babies.”

… “If we care about our stock, our country, our culture, our civilization — we need to have enough babies to replace ourselves and hopefully grow,” he said.

The congressman’s remarks were denounced by several Republicans in Congress.

Of course they were.

 
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  1. Anon says: • Disclaimer

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    Grahamnesty and McAmnesty will be remembered terribly.

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  2. Anonymous says: • Disclaimer

    King should use South Central LA as the poster child of what he says.

    Also, this will be a good test to ferret out the RINOs. Pressure will mount to denounce King. I am sure we can count on McCain and Graham to denounce. What about Ryan? How many others will cave and demand King apologize or resign?

    Here is where we need to hang tough and refuse to condemn. We need to refuse to do the dirty work for the SJWs.

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  3. In one of my previous posts, said their will be Trump imitators. King may be one of the first, not the last.

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    King was a precursor to Trump, not an imitator. He was saying things that offended back when Trump was just getting noticed for his talk at CPAC.

    https://takingnote.blogs.nytimes.com/2013/08/12/steve-king-still-stands-by-cantaloupe-comments/

    I can't find it right now, but I remember hearing that sometime on or before 2013, the GOP caucus was meeting, and someone asked "who wants to stop illegal immigration?" Everyone stood up. "Who wants more legal immigration?" Everyone stood up. Except Steve King.
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  4. Anon says: • Disclaimer

    (BroskiPhone)

    This is a big deal, an elected official arguing that whites have an explicit group interest. Good on Rep. King!

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  5. Talk about speaking truth to power …

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  6. SPMoore8 says:

    Back in the day, I used to describe this sort of situation as a “negative coalition”, that is, a number of groups that are united only by their common enemy. There are two parts: one, that such a coalition immediately collapses as soon as the enemy is vanquished (e.g., Europe after WW2), and second, many groups require an external enemy in order to hold themselves together. I’m sure there’s a sizable literature on this in poli sci or other social sciences, and I’d be grateful for any nomenclature or bibliographical guidance on this.

    Having said that, he’s right. It doesn’t take more than five seconds to realize, not only that blacks and Latinos have different agendas, but so do Asians, women, lesbians, gays, transgenders, and any other fringe group that wants to be the conductor on the Hate Train (get on board!) And I’m not even addressing the multitude of sub-groups among those groups that I just named.

    Jorge Ramos is 100% conquistador and his populist schtick is about as sincere as that fellow — what was his name — oh, yeah, ¡Jeb!

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  7. Anon says: • Disclaimer

    Did it ever occur to Ramos that Jews are 2% of the population but rule over the 98%?

    Did it ever occur to Ramos that homos are 2.5% of the population but rule over the great straight super-majority?

    Did it ever occur to Ramos that his European-ish kind have long been minorities in Latin America but ruling and controlling everything?

    Even among Liberal Democratic elites in NY, Chicago, San Fran, Miami, Los Angeles, and etc, look what kind of people are on top?

    Btw, why is Ramos so passionate about what happens in the US when his own nation, Mexico, has so many problems? Before taking over other nations, shouldn’t Mexicans fix their own problems?

    Also, even though one version of the Narrative says Browns and Blacks are forming an coalition against whites, another narrative says whites are using browns as buffer against blacks, who went from #1 minority to #2 minority in numbers.

    Also, why is the Brown community led to by Conquistador-Americans who tend to be Europeanish?

    Anyway, the fact that Jews rule the US and white minorities rule Latin American nations shows that the real source of power is identity, unity, and solidarity. A united minority will beat a divided majority.

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  8. BenKenobi says:

    “we can’t restore our civilization with somebody else’s babies.”

    “I do believe the Monsignor has finally gotten the point.”

    - Connor MacManus, Boondock Saints

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  9. Anonymous says: • Disclaimer

    Love this congressman almost as much as I love the green frog!

    Heard him on two shows in the past 24 hours and he does not back down. His tweet is a shot across the msm bow. No apologies.

    Too bad Trump didn’t put this guy in charge of immigration.

    BTW there is almost no immigration news out there. Except record numbers of sanctuary cities. Crickets on all the big issues! Koskinen at IRS sending out the usual billions in fraudulent tax refunds to illegals.

    ICE deported 660 criminals last month and since then …crickets.

    What is going on. Where is the new workplace enforcement.

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    • Replies: @MarcB.
    "What is going on. Where is the new workplace enforcement."

    Trump is either A) is being frugal with his political capital and choosing the precise moment to launch a multi-tiered offensive that will lead to mass self-deportation, B) decided to play footsie with big business interests in favor cheap labor or C) never intended to crack down on non-criminal aliens in the first place.

    His lack of an immediate repeal of unconstitutional DACA leads me to believe C) might be the correct answer.
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  10. Anonymous says: • Disclaimer

    Having said that, he’s right. It doesn’t take more than five seconds to realize, not only that blacks and Latinos have different agendas,….

    And so far I don’t see any effort by the GOP to exploit these differences via political manipulation. Just think how easy it would be to fracture this so-called coalition if the other side really felt threatened and exploited the political arts to this effect. We’ve seen how the West has exploited tribal differences in the middle east. It shouldn’t be too hard with such a diverse, unrelated coalition here.

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  11. syonredux says:

    “He’s adding up Hispanics and blacks into what he predicts will be in greater number than whites in America. I will predict that Hispanics and the blacks will be fighting each other before that happens.” …

    Dunno. Blacks and Mestizo Hispanics have been pretty successful so far at maintaining unity via their common hatred for White Anglos….

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    syonredux,

    You postulate unity. Not necessarily so. Consider pograms against Blacks by Mestizo Hispanics in Los Angeles and economic displacement/replacement in many other places.
    , @Barnard
    They have for electoral purposes, but there is a lot of conflict when they live in close proximity to each other.
    , @Kevin O'Keeffe

    Dunno. Blacks and Mestizo Hispanics have been pretty successful so far at maintaining unity via their common hatred for White Anglos….
     
    Not really. It just seems that way, because that's how the media reports it. Meanwhile, if it were true, Hillary would be President.
    , @Ivy
    The black/mestizo unity is more fragile than the media would admit. Los Angeles is one of the US test beds of race relations, and the mestizo (Hispanic) side has been outbreeding and winning on the streets and in the jails. Blacks are declining in number as their neighborhoods convert more to Hispanic and the occasional Asian (see areas around Koreatown) and white invaders.

    There is a lot of housing stock south and west of downtown LA that can be, ahem, transitioned, gentrified and redeveloped into a higher property tax base as less law-abiding elements of all races are squeezed out. At one time, Inglewood (onetime home of the Forum where the Lakers played for years) was a desirable town with larger lots, ocean breeze (compared to the Valley) and fairly good access to the west side offices in Century City, Beverly Hills and Santa Monica. That is one example of an area becoming ever so slightly more desirable in a city with very expensive real estate.
    , @Lot
    Mestizos don't hate Anglos. For the most part, they like our culture and aspire to integrate into the white middle class. Indeed, they are a lot closer culturally to us than either Mexican indians or to the mostly Indian populations of Central America.
    , @snorlax
    Yup. For example, AFAICT, the only Hispanics who took Zimmerman's side in the St. Trayvon kerfuffle were right-wing Miami Cuban types.
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  12. Dan Hayes says:
    @syonredux

    “He’s adding up Hispanics and blacks into what he predicts will be in greater number than whites in America. I will predict that Hispanics and the blacks will be fighting each other before that happens.” …
     
    Dunno. Blacks and Mestizo Hispanics have been pretty successful so far at maintaining unity via their common hatred for White Anglos....

    syonredux,

    You postulate unity. Not necessarily so. Consider pograms against Blacks by Mestizo Hispanics in Los Angeles and economic displacement/replacement in many other places.

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    syonredux,

    You postulate unity. Not necessarily so. Consider pograms against Blacks by Mestizo Hispanics in Los Angeles and economic displacement/replacement in many other places.
     
    Yeah, there's a lot of tension between Blacks and Mestizos......But, so far, at least, they've kept it from bubbling over by pointing at White Anglos (the eternal enemy)
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  13. Anon says: • Disclaimer

    BroskiPhone

    The democrat party has successfully held that coalition together because nobody dared point out its fault lines. No longer.

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  14. King is right, too. The Left doesn’t like it because they’ve always had this fantasy that one day the Blacks and Browns would rise up and kill the Badwhites that they, the Left, hates.

    The White, elite leftists in this country wants a bloody revolution, they just don’t want to get their hands dirty.

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    • Replies: @Desiderius
    Not to mention that the whites the elite blacks and browns want to kill are the elite leftists themselves.
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  15. Barnard says:
    @syonredux

    “He’s adding up Hispanics and blacks into what he predicts will be in greater number than whites in America. I will predict that Hispanics and the blacks will be fighting each other before that happens.” …
     
    Dunno. Blacks and Mestizo Hispanics have been pretty successful so far at maintaining unity via their common hatred for White Anglos....

    They have for electoral purposes, but there is a lot of conflict when they live in close proximity to each other.

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    • Replies: @Brutusale
    I read "electoral purposes" as "voting for the usual goodies". As goody scarcity increases and they begin jockeying for most favored minority status, any electoral unity between blacks and Hispanics disappears.
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  16. Anonymous says: • Disclaimer

    Watch out the virus is spreading in the halls of congress!

    http://freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/3534692/posts

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    CNN ^ | Mar 14, 2017
    Posted on 03/14/2017 1:41:45 PM PDT by Mount Athos

    Alabama Rep. Mo Brooks offers insightful commentary on Ryan-Care

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    • Replies: @Glaivester
    Mo Brooks being the one who stated that Obama was waging a "war on whites" back in 2014.

    http://www.al.com/news/index.ssf/2014/08/mo_brooks_and_war_on_whites_i.html

    Like King, he was one of those who was pushing this idea even back before it hit the mainstream with Trump.
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  17. Ramos (can’t we call him something ironic like “Azules?”) not only openly celebrates Hispanic demographic dominance and supremacy with a naked triumphalism – which is provocative enough – but recently said that the United States doesn’t belong to its citizens and belongs instead to Ramos and his Mexican and Hispanic immivaders past and future. His words translated into English approximate “it is our country, not theirs.”

    Now, compare the reaction to King’s rather mild statement with this bit of molten lava level incendiary race-triumphalism from Ramos and the respective media reaction to both.

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    • Replies: @Anonym
    I think this was probably the video to watch, of Tucker vs Ramos. The naked aggression and covetousness of Ramos is useful to see. It is the sort of thing that may be noticed if one pays attention to a lot of non-whites. They know to mask it, but every so often the mask slips. Most of us would rather fool ourselves than observe a horrible truth - but it's always better to be realistic about such things and act quickly than stick one's head in the sand.

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=nepsctY6I28
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  18. @syonredux

    “He’s adding up Hispanics and blacks into what he predicts will be in greater number than whites in America. I will predict that Hispanics and the blacks will be fighting each other before that happens.” …
     
    Dunno. Blacks and Mestizo Hispanics have been pretty successful so far at maintaining unity via their common hatred for White Anglos....

    Dunno. Blacks and Mestizo Hispanics have been pretty successful so far at maintaining unity via their common hatred for White Anglos….

    Not really. It just seems that way, because that’s how the media reports it. Meanwhile, if it were true, Hillary would be President.

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    Dunno. Blacks and Mestizo Hispanics have been pretty successful so far at maintaining unity via their common hatred for White Anglos….

    Not really. It just seems that way, because that’s how the media reports it. Meanwhile, if it were true, Hillary would be President.
     
    Dunno. The Black and Hispanic activists at my campus work hand-in-glove....


    And Hillary got 66% of the Hispanic vote:

    http://www.pewresearch.org/fact-tank/2016/11/29/hillary-clinton-wins-latino-vote-but-falls-below-2012-support-for-obama/
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  19. Into the foreseeable demographic future White Non-Hispanics will be the plurality in the USA. Anyone familiar with parliamentary politics knows that the party with the plurality gets to decide who’s going to be in the majority coalition. I hope that I will not live to see the ensuing circus.

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    • Replies: @Karl
    18 Jus sayin > I hope that I will not live to see the ensuing circus.


    Some people thought the sky would fall down when the Arab countries became so heavily populated. Meanwhile the only thing that actually happened was that the Arabs came to dominate the OIC.

    "Hispanics" is a pretty large tent. Plenty of room for divide-&-conquer, amigo.


    I guess hispanic chicks will become dominant in Hollywood. Is that an actual problem?
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  20. Arclight says:

    The trick for the right is to hold firm on immigration while at the same time trying to encourage assimilation of as many Latinos as possible into mainstream center-right culture so they stop thinking of themselves as a stand alone ethnic group. The Left’s political future completely depends on making them feel like a common cultural/ethnic block in opposition to whites, the same way they have done with black voters.

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    • Replies: @JDG1980
    A good start would be to abolish the "Hispanic" classification altogether. Take the stupid checkbox off the census, stop counting it in government statistics. Encourage American citizens of Latino descent to think of themselves as ordinary white Americans, not "people of color" - and to identify more with their fellow citizens than with foreigners who share their ancestral language. "Citizenism" plus aggressive assimilation in the Theodore Roosevelt / Ron Unz pattern.
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  21. Ivy says:
    @syonredux

    “He’s adding up Hispanics and blacks into what he predicts will be in greater number than whites in America. I will predict that Hispanics and the blacks will be fighting each other before that happens.” …
     
    Dunno. Blacks and Mestizo Hispanics have been pretty successful so far at maintaining unity via their common hatred for White Anglos....

    The black/mestizo unity is more fragile than the media would admit. Los Angeles is one of the US test beds of race relations, and the mestizo (Hispanic) side has been outbreeding and winning on the streets and in the jails. Blacks are declining in number as their neighborhoods convert more to Hispanic and the occasional Asian (see areas around Koreatown) and white invaders.

    There is a lot of housing stock south and west of downtown LA that can be, ahem, transitioned, gentrified and redeveloped into a higher property tax base as less law-abiding elements of all races are squeezed out. At one time, Inglewood (onetime home of the Forum where the Lakers played for years) was a desirable town with larger lots, ocean breeze (compared to the Valley) and fairly good access to the west side offices in Century City, Beverly Hills and Santa Monica. That is one example of an area becoming ever so slightly more desirable in a city with very expensive real estate.

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    • Replies: @Hrw-500
    And it's not only happens to LA but also Chicago who had faced some black flight and a increase of the Hispanic population as well.

    In Newark NJ, the Hispanic/Latino population in the 2010 census was 33.83% of the population compared to 29.47% in the 2000 census but there's mostly Porto Ricans and Dominicans.
    , @syonredux

    The black/mestizo unity is more fragile than the media would admit.
     
    I agree; there's a lot of tension there....tension that could be exploited by the Republicans...if they were smart.....
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  22. Lot says:
    @syonredux

    “He’s adding up Hispanics and blacks into what he predicts will be in greater number than whites in America. I will predict that Hispanics and the blacks will be fighting each other before that happens.” …
     
    Dunno. Blacks and Mestizo Hispanics have been pretty successful so far at maintaining unity via their common hatred for White Anglos....

    Mestizos don’t hate Anglos. For the most part, they like our culture and aspire to integrate into the white middle class. Indeed, they are a lot closer culturally to us than either Mexican indians or to the mostly Indian populations of Central America.

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    • Replies: @Bill P
    Indeed I think a lot of Mexicans would happily support an immigration crackdown. Mexico is far from united politically. Even the La Raza crazies don't want to annex the SW to Mexico. Instead, they'd rather create a new country that includes northern Mexico along with the US SW but cuts off the southern, more Indian part. We should focus on Anglicizing the ones who are good citizens, which requires only that their kids grow up speaking English as their first language, and that they are kept out of progressives' sphere of influence.

    BTW, bashing Germany and Germans for about 100 years doesn't seem to have alienated the millions and millions of Americans of German descent. On the contrary, it hastened their assimilation. I don't see why Mexicans should be any different in that regard. It isn't as though they've ever been as nationalistic as the Germans have been on occasion.

    Finally, Mexicans consider themselves European first, Indian a distant second and not at all African or Asian. The idea that they'll maintain an anti-European attitude on par with African and Middle East derived groups is kind of silly.
    , @syonredux

    Mestizos don’t hate Anglos. For the most part, they like our culture and aspire to integrate into the white middle class. Indeed, they are a lot closer culturally to us than either Mexican indians or to the mostly Indian populations of Central America.
     
    Dunno. I have relatives/friends who live in heavily Hispanic areas in CA, and they tell grim tales. For example, I have female relatives who are harassed on a daily basis by Mestizos....


    And then there are the Hispanic academics that I have to deal with....their hatred for all things Anglo knows no bounds.....And don't get me started on the Hispanic students, who loathe reading Shakespeare and Austen....
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  23. King is 67 years old and probably eyeing retirement, so what better time to drop a few truth bombs on a country which refuses to have a mature discussion about illegal immigration, let alone immigration in general. And it certainly is nice that his cucked Republican brothers ran screaming from him. They never fail to disappoint.

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  24. This guy seems alright. Surprisingly he’s a boomer. Pushing 70. He’s been in congress since like 2003. Did he just suddenly get woke?

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    • Replies: @Glaivester

    Did he just suddenly get woke?
     
    No, he was the one who made the statement about drug dealers outnumbering valedictorians amongst illegal aliens back in 2013.
    , @Buck Turgidson
    Steve King has been strong on immigration law enforcement, reducing H-1Bs, deporting illegals, you name it, he has been on the right side on immigration issues. A steady A or A+ from NumbersUSA forever. One of the best congressmen on immigration. As good as my hero Jeff Sessions. Just lower profile, he does represent white flyover country hillbillies of ethnic N European stock, after all. The media hate him. So I, ergo, love him.
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  25. Bill P says:
    @Lot
    Mestizos don't hate Anglos. For the most part, they like our culture and aspire to integrate into the white middle class. Indeed, they are a lot closer culturally to us than either Mexican indians or to the mostly Indian populations of Central America.

    Indeed I think a lot of Mexicans would happily support an immigration crackdown. Mexico is far from united politically. Even the La Raza crazies don’t want to annex the SW to Mexico. Instead, they’d rather create a new country that includes northern Mexico along with the US SW but cuts off the southern, more Indian part. We should focus on Anglicizing the ones who are good citizens, which requires only that their kids grow up speaking English as their first language, and that they are kept out of progressives’ sphere of influence.

    BTW, bashing Germany and Germans for about 100 years doesn’t seem to have alienated the millions and millions of Americans of German descent. On the contrary, it hastened their assimilation. I don’t see why Mexicans should be any different in that regard. It isn’t as though they’ve ever been as nationalistic as the Germans have been on occasion.

    Finally, Mexicans consider themselves European first, Indian a distant second and not at all African or Asian. The idea that they’ll maintain an anti-European attitude on par with African and Middle East derived groups is kind of silly.

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    BTW, bashing Germany and Germans for about 100 years doesn’t seem to have alienated the millions and millions of Americans of German descent. On the contrary, it hastened their assimilation. I don’t see why Mexicans should be any different in that regard. It isn’t as though they’ve ever been as nationalistic as the Germans have been on occasion.
     
    Germans are European, and the USA's track-record is a lot better when it comes to assimilating Europeans....

    And the Old WASP elite is gone; they were the ones who played hardball when it came to assimilating foreigners.....Current US policy encourages immigrants to be as tribal as possible.....

    Finally, Mexicans consider themselves European first, Indian a distant second and not at all African or Asian.
     
    Dunno. Officially, Mexico is a Mestizo nation, and the cult of mestizaje is actively promoted....

    The idea that they’ll maintain an anti-European attitude on par with African and Middle East derived groups is kind of silly.
     
    Anti-Anglo. Try teaching Mestizos Milton and Melville, and you will see the hatred bubble up. They just want to read anti-Anglo screeds like The Revolt of the Cockroach People....
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  26. JohnnyD says:

    If only we could go back to the 80s and 90s when black leaders were opposed to all of this immigration from Central America.

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  27. Jason Liu says:

    They already fight each other. It’s just kept under wraps by the media. If CNN did Travyon Martin level coverage every time some brown guy killed another brown guy, then insinuated racial motives, it would sound like an internal war was going on.

    That said, some racial competition is a good thing. There should be a permanent struggle for privilege and hierarchy, not equality. The liberals should never get to see their dystopian vision, regardless of the America’s future demographics. If white males don’t create hierarchy, someone else should.

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    To be fair, Trayvon Martin level coverage was a black guy killed by a brown guy.
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  28. Hrw-500 says:
    @Ivy
    The black/mestizo unity is more fragile than the media would admit. Los Angeles is one of the US test beds of race relations, and the mestizo (Hispanic) side has been outbreeding and winning on the streets and in the jails. Blacks are declining in number as their neighborhoods convert more to Hispanic and the occasional Asian (see areas around Koreatown) and white invaders.

    There is a lot of housing stock south and west of downtown LA that can be, ahem, transitioned, gentrified and redeveloped into a higher property tax base as less law-abiding elements of all races are squeezed out. At one time, Inglewood (onetime home of the Forum where the Lakers played for years) was a desirable town with larger lots, ocean breeze (compared to the Valley) and fairly good access to the west side offices in Century City, Beverly Hills and Santa Monica. That is one example of an area becoming ever so slightly more desirable in a city with very expensive real estate.

    And it’s not only happens to LA but also Chicago who had faced some black flight and a increase of the Hispanic population as well.

    In Newark NJ, the Hispanic/Latino population in the 2010 census was 33.83% of the population compared to 29.47% in the 2000 census but there’s mostly Porto Ricans and Dominicans.

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    Keep this and he will be the next President after Trump!!!!!!

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  30. Anonym says:
    @Alec Leamas
    Ramos (can't we call him something ironic like "Azules?") not only openly celebrates Hispanic demographic dominance and supremacy with a naked triumphalism - which is provocative enough - but recently said that the United States doesn't belong to its citizens and belongs instead to Ramos and his Mexican and Hispanic immivaders past and future. His words translated into English approximate “it is our country, not theirs.”

    Now, compare the reaction to King's rather mild statement with this bit of molten lava level incendiary race-triumphalism from Ramos and the respective media reaction to both.

    I think this was probably the video to watch, of Tucker vs Ramos. The naked aggression and covetousness of Ramos is useful to see. It is the sort of thing that may be noticed if one pays attention to a lot of non-whites. They know to mask it, but every so often the mask slips. Most of us would rather fool ourselves than observe a horrible truth – but it’s always better to be realistic about such things and act quickly than stick one’s head in the sand.

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  31. The Coalition of the Fringes only works if they are fringes. Once they start growing to be larger than fringes, the kkkrazy glue comes apart and the whole coalition follows thereafter.

    Blacks have enjoyed being The Official Minority for decades but Hispanics now outnumber them significantly. It’s just a matter of time before they start asserting themselves. You can argue that it has happened in several instances already and it will prove Steve King correct in the long term.

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    Mexicans saved Chicago. Mexicans and Blacks hate each other.

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    Mexicans saved Chicago. Mexicans and Blacks hate each other.
     
    On the other hand, they also hate White Anglos......
    , @Hrw-500
    I wondered what if Detroit had got more Hispanics in the 1970s and 1980s, if it would had shortened Coleman A. Young' reign and Detroit's decline being not as sharp?
    , @Jasper Been
    Exactly what did they save about Chicago?
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  33. Glaivester says: • Website
    @pepperinmono
    In one of my previous posts, said their will be Trump imitators. King may be one of the first, not the last.

    King was a precursor to Trump, not an imitator. He was saying things that offended back when Trump was just getting noticed for his talk at CPAC.

    https://takingnote.blogs.nytimes.com/2013/08/12/steve-king-still-stands-by-cantaloupe-comments/

    I can’t find it right now, but I remember hearing that sometime on or before 2013, the GOP caucus was meeting, and someone asked “who wants to stop illegal immigration?” Everyone stood up. “Who wants more legal immigration?” Everyone stood up. Except Steve King.

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  34. Glaivester says: • Website
    @27 year old
    This guy seems alright. Surprisingly he's a boomer. Pushing 70. He's been in congress since like 2003. Did he just suddenly get woke?

    Did he just suddenly get woke?

    No, he was the one who made the statement about drug dealers outnumbering valedictorians amongst illegal aliens back in 2013.

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  35. @NorthOfTheOneOhOne
    King is right, too. The Left doesn't like it because they've always had this fantasy that one day the Blacks and Browns would rise up and kill the Badwhites that they, the Left, hates.

    The White, elite leftists in this country wants a bloody revolution, they just don't want to get their hands dirty.

    Not to mention that the whites the elite blacks and browns want to kill are the elite leftists themselves.

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    @Anonymous
    Watch out the virus is spreading in the halls of congress!


    http://freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/3534692/posts

    ‘Deport the Illegal Aliens’: GOP Congressman Presents Solution to Make Healthcare Affordable (VIDEO)
    CNN ^ | Mar 14, 2017
    Posted on 03/14/2017 1:41:45 PM PDT by Mount Athos

    Alabama Rep. Mo Brooks offers insightful commentary on Ryan-Care

    Mo Brooks being the one who stated that Obama was waging a “war on whites” back in 2014.

    http://www.al.com/news/index.ssf/2014/08/mo_brooks_and_war_on_whites_i.html

    Like King, he was one of those who was pushing this idea even back before it hit the mainstream with Trump.

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  37. syonredux says:
    @Lot
    Mestizos don't hate Anglos. For the most part, they like our culture and aspire to integrate into the white middle class. Indeed, they are a lot closer culturally to us than either Mexican indians or to the mostly Indian populations of Central America.

    Mestizos don’t hate Anglos. For the most part, they like our culture and aspire to integrate into the white middle class. Indeed, they are a lot closer culturally to us than either Mexican indians or to the mostly Indian populations of Central America.

    Dunno. I have relatives/friends who live in heavily Hispanic areas in CA, and they tell grim tales. For example, I have female relatives who are harassed on a daily basis by Mestizos….

    And then there are the Hispanic academics that I have to deal with….their hatred for all things Anglo knows no bounds…..And don’t get me started on the Hispanic students, who loathe reading Shakespeare and Austen….

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    Catcalling is not racial.

    Left wing humanities professors are not typical of US Hispanics. They are much whiter and much less Mex-Am. They are very disproportionately descended from early to mid 20th century European immigrants to Latin America (as are the academics and elites generally in Latin America itself).

    Your Hispanic students may seem to be philistines because affirmative action is putting them over their heads. Also, Jane Austin and Shakespere? I hate reading them too. One is boring and feminine, the other simply is not written in modern English. Trying to get the masses to appreciate Shakespere is just stupid. I understand his appeal to high IQ literary types as I like other authors like Milton who did not write in modern English.

    If you want to get Mexican-Americans to appreciate Anglo-American culture, how about Twain and Scott? If you are pushing Jane Austin on them instead, you are doing them a disservice.

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  38. syonredux says:
    @Dan Hayes
    syonredux,

    You postulate unity. Not necessarily so. Consider pograms against Blacks by Mestizo Hispanics in Los Angeles and economic displacement/replacement in many other places.

    syonredux,

    You postulate unity. Not necessarily so. Consider pograms against Blacks by Mestizo Hispanics in Los Angeles and economic displacement/replacement in many other places.

    Yeah, there’s a lot of tension between Blacks and Mestizos……But, so far, at least, they’ve kept it from bubbling over by pointing at White Anglos (the eternal enemy)

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  39. syonredux says:
    @Kevin O'Keeffe

    Dunno. Blacks and Mestizo Hispanics have been pretty successful so far at maintaining unity via their common hatred for White Anglos….
     
    Not really. It just seems that way, because that's how the media reports it. Meanwhile, if it were true, Hillary would be President.

    Dunno. Blacks and Mestizo Hispanics have been pretty successful so far at maintaining unity via their common hatred for White Anglos….

    Not really. It just seems that way, because that’s how the media reports it. Meanwhile, if it were true, Hillary would be President.

    Dunno. The Black and Hispanic activists at my campus work hand-in-glove….

    And Hillary got 66% of the Hispanic vote:

    http://www.pewresearch.org/fact-tank/2016/11/29/hillary-clinton-wins-latino-vote-but-falls-below-2012-support-for-obama/

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  40. syonredux says:
    @Ivy
    The black/mestizo unity is more fragile than the media would admit. Los Angeles is one of the US test beds of race relations, and the mestizo (Hispanic) side has been outbreeding and winning on the streets and in the jails. Blacks are declining in number as their neighborhoods convert more to Hispanic and the occasional Asian (see areas around Koreatown) and white invaders.

    There is a lot of housing stock south and west of downtown LA that can be, ahem, transitioned, gentrified and redeveloped into a higher property tax base as less law-abiding elements of all races are squeezed out. At one time, Inglewood (onetime home of the Forum where the Lakers played for years) was a desirable town with larger lots, ocean breeze (compared to the Valley) and fairly good access to the west side offices in Century City, Beverly Hills and Santa Monica. That is one example of an area becoming ever so slightly more desirable in a city with very expensive real estate.

    The black/mestizo unity is more fragile than the media would admit.

    I agree; there’s a lot of tension there….tension that could be exploited by the Republicans…if they were smart…..

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    That would take some finesse, more than Congress and the party hacks could muster, but there are some administration people to get on the case.
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  41. syonredux says:
    @anon
    Mexicans saved Chicago. Mexicans and Blacks hate each other.

    Mexicans saved Chicago. Mexicans and Blacks hate each other.

    On the other hand, they also hate White Anglos……

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  42. Ivy says:
    @syonredux

    The black/mestizo unity is more fragile than the media would admit.
     
    I agree; there's a lot of tension there....tension that could be exploited by the Republicans...if they were smart.....

    That would take some finesse, more than Congress and the party hacks could muster, but there are some administration people to get on the case.

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    Some ideas:

    1. End the Hispanic category in the census. Force people to choose from the following categories: Amerind, Black,Caucasoid/White, and East Asian. Divide and rule is a tried and true tactic.

    2. End Affirmative Action for everybody except Blacks (i.e.,disincentivize anti-White Anglo coalitions).

    3. E-VERIFY
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  43. syonredux says:
    @Bill P
    Indeed I think a lot of Mexicans would happily support an immigration crackdown. Mexico is far from united politically. Even the La Raza crazies don't want to annex the SW to Mexico. Instead, they'd rather create a new country that includes northern Mexico along with the US SW but cuts off the southern, more Indian part. We should focus on Anglicizing the ones who are good citizens, which requires only that their kids grow up speaking English as their first language, and that they are kept out of progressives' sphere of influence.

    BTW, bashing Germany and Germans for about 100 years doesn't seem to have alienated the millions and millions of Americans of German descent. On the contrary, it hastened their assimilation. I don't see why Mexicans should be any different in that regard. It isn't as though they've ever been as nationalistic as the Germans have been on occasion.

    Finally, Mexicans consider themselves European first, Indian a distant second and not at all African or Asian. The idea that they'll maintain an anti-European attitude on par with African and Middle East derived groups is kind of silly.

    BTW, bashing Germany and Germans for about 100 years doesn’t seem to have alienated the millions and millions of Americans of German descent. On the contrary, it hastened their assimilation. I don’t see why Mexicans should be any different in that regard. It isn’t as though they’ve ever been as nationalistic as the Germans have been on occasion.

    Germans are European, and the USA’s track-record is a lot better when it comes to assimilating Europeans….

    And the Old WASP elite is gone; they were the ones who played hardball when it came to assimilating foreigners…..Current US policy encourages immigrants to be as tribal as possible…..

    Finally, Mexicans consider themselves European first, Indian a distant second and not at all African or Asian.

    Dunno. Officially, Mexico is a Mestizo nation, and the cult of mestizaje is actively promoted….

    The idea that they’ll maintain an anti-European attitude on par with African and Middle East derived groups is kind of silly.

    Anti-Anglo. Try teaching Mestizos Milton and Melville, and you will see the hatred bubble up. They just want to read anti-Anglo screeds like The Revolt of the Cockroach People….

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    Try teaching Mestizos Milton and Melville, and you will see the hatred bubble up.
     
    If you don't respect them yourself, how can you expect your students to?

    The most likely explanation is that they're mirroring your own arrogant ignorance.
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  44. Sunbeam says:

    I think the most likely fracture point of the Democratic Party is between Asians and Blacks.

    The two are like oil and water, absolutely nothing in common. Hard to see a political coalition containing the two being stable.

    Of course, Black/Hispanic animosity is also a thing. But I believe Blacks see Asians and have the same reaction as to an alien emerging from a UFO.

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    Dunno, I think that a few right-minded individuals could have a hoot with the Muslims and the Sodomites.
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  45. Karl says:
    @Jus' Sayin'...
    Into the foreseeable demographic future White Non-Hispanics will be the plurality in the USA. Anyone familiar with parliamentary politics knows that the party with the plurality gets to decide who's going to be in the majority coalition. I hope that I will not live to see the ensuing circus.

    18 Jus sayin > I hope that I will not live to see the ensuing circus.

    Some people thought the sky would fall down when the Arab countries became so heavily populated. Meanwhile the only thing that actually happened was that the Arabs came to dominate the OIC.

    “Hispanics” is a pretty large tent. Plenty of room for divide-&-conquer, amigo.

    I guess hispanic chicks will become dominant in Hollywood. Is that an actual problem?

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    I guess hispanic chicks will become dominant in Hollywood. Is that an actual problem?
     
    Very doubtful. Mestizos are quite unattractive. Cf Latin American films and television, where Whites dominate and Mestizos and Amerinds play maids, thugs, and comic relief.
    , @The Anti-Gnostic

    Some people thought the sky would fall down when the Arab countries became so heavily populated. Meanwhile the only thing that actually happened was that the Arabs came to dominate the OIC.
     
    I'm confused by this comment. Arab countries and eventually, the planet, have a very big problem with over-large populations combined with their zero-sum, Big Man cultural practices. The "Arab Spring" was an uprising by a lot of very angry, surplus young men. But being disorganized Arabs, the movement was quashed by the smarter, ruthless Big Men, or is burning itself out in a radical Islamic nihilism that even most Arabs find appalling. Therefore, having exhausted their paltry options, these surplus men and some families now walk or float to Europe, where they will be permanent wards of the State.

    There are some alarming videos out there which show what happens when women wander into areas of Cairo where a lot of bored unmarried, unemployed males are hanging out. Pure chimpanzee-pack behavior.

    The US and various allies keep the lid on the MENA cauldron by a military footprint, foreign aid, oil money, and emigration. The native governments have large, well-equipped armies and secret services to protect Arab governments from their millions of barely-employed citizens. Libya is a good example of what happens when there's no dictatorial central government around to boss a MENA population.
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  46. I’m proud to be from the Iowa that produced Steve King!

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  47. syonredux says:
    @Ivy
    That would take some finesse, more than Congress and the party hacks could muster, but there are some administration people to get on the case.

    Some ideas:

    1. End the Hispanic category in the census. Force people to choose from the following categories: Amerind, Black,Caucasoid/White, and East Asian. Divide and rule is a tried and true tactic.

    2. End Affirmative Action for everybody except Blacks (i.e.,disincentivize anti-White Anglo coalitions).

    3. E-VERIFY

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  48. syonredux says:
    @Karl
    18 Jus sayin > I hope that I will not live to see the ensuing circus.


    Some people thought the sky would fall down when the Arab countries became so heavily populated. Meanwhile the only thing that actually happened was that the Arabs came to dominate the OIC.

    "Hispanics" is a pretty large tent. Plenty of room for divide-&-conquer, amigo.


    I guess hispanic chicks will become dominant in Hollywood. Is that an actual problem?

    I guess hispanic chicks will become dominant in Hollywood. Is that an actual problem?

    Very doubtful. Mestizos are quite unattractive. Cf Latin American films and television, where Whites dominate and Mestizos and Amerinds play maids, thugs, and comic relief.

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  49. snorlax says:
    @syonredux

    “He’s adding up Hispanics and blacks into what he predicts will be in greater number than whites in America. I will predict that Hispanics and the blacks will be fighting each other before that happens.” …
     
    Dunno. Blacks and Mestizo Hispanics have been pretty successful so far at maintaining unity via their common hatred for White Anglos....

    Yup. For example, AFAICT, the only Hispanics who took Zimmerman’s side in the St. Trayvon kerfuffle were right-wing Miami Cuban types.

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  50. anon says: • Disclaimer

    Another example much closer to home: Look what happened to USA after USSR ended! We are (and will be, for the foreseeable future) in a permanent state of decline. Obviously there are many reasons; but the lack of an external enemy capable of really concentrating the national mind means we will be fighting the Big-Endian vs. Little-Endian battles ad infinitum.

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  51. unit472 says:

    The irreconcilable issue for the Democrats is that their black base monopolizes public sector employment at the expense of hispanics. Federal workforce is 20+ % black and in many municipal governments it is higher than that. No way can blacks keep such a disproportionate share of those sinecures save by excluding Hispanics from their ‘fair share’. The GOP can make big trouble for the Democrats by requiring cities like Baltimore, Chicago, Cleveland etc to have a work force that reflects the ethnic composition of their population or lose Federal funding.

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    Ironically immigration enforcement is one of the few places Hispanics outnumber blacks in federal employment.

    The Border Patrol is something like over 50% Hispanic.

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  52. Lot says:
    @syonredux

    Mestizos don’t hate Anglos. For the most part, they like our culture and aspire to integrate into the white middle class. Indeed, they are a lot closer culturally to us than either Mexican indians or to the mostly Indian populations of Central America.
     
    Dunno. I have relatives/friends who live in heavily Hispanic areas in CA, and they tell grim tales. For example, I have female relatives who are harassed on a daily basis by Mestizos....


    And then there are the Hispanic academics that I have to deal with....their hatred for all things Anglo knows no bounds.....And don't get me started on the Hispanic students, who loathe reading Shakespeare and Austen....

    Catcalling is not racial.

    Left wing humanities professors are not typical of US Hispanics. They are much whiter and much less Mex-Am. They are very disproportionately descended from early to mid 20th century European immigrants to Latin America (as are the academics and elites generally in Latin America itself).

    Your Hispanic students may seem to be philistines because affirmative action is putting them over their heads. Also, Jane Austin and Shakespere? I hate reading them too. One is boring and feminine, the other simply is not written in modern English. Trying to get the masses to appreciate Shakespere is just stupid. I understand his appeal to high IQ literary types as I like other authors like Milton who did not write in modern English.

    If you want to get Mexican-Americans to appreciate Anglo-American culture, how about Twain and Scott? If you are pushing Jane Austin on them instead, you are doing them a disservice.

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    Catcalling is not racial.
     
    Well, some races do it a lot more....


    And a lot of the Mestizos harassing my female relatives are girls......they call them White hos, etc....

    Left wing humanities professors are not typical of US Hispanics. They are much whiter and much less Mex-Am. They are very disproportionately descended from early to mid 20th century European immigrants to Latin America (as are the academics and elites generally in Latin America itself).
     
    Leadership caste; they define what passes for Hispanic American culture.....

    Your Hispanic students may seem to be philistines because affirmative action is putting them over their heads.
     
    Calling Mestizos philistine is being generous. They are louts.

    Also, Jane Austin and Shakespere? I hate reading them too. One is boring and feminine, the other simply is not written in modern English.
     
    Feminine, yes. Boring, no.

    If you can't appreciate I Henry IV, God help you....

    Trying to get the masses to appreciate Shakespere is just stupid. I understand his appeal to high IQ literary types as I like other authors like Milton who did not write in modern English.
     
    The Hispanics that I teach are not the unwashed masses; they are, allegedly, the cream of the crop......

    If you want to get Mexican-Americans to appreciate Anglo-American culture, how about Twain and Scott? If you are pushing Jane Austin on them instead, you are doing them a disservice.
     
    They hate all of it. Seriously. My Black students actually display more interest than the Hispanic ones.....
    , @syonredux
    Another thing to bear in mind. Based on my experience, high IQ Mestizo Hispanics hate White Anglos far more than low IQ Mestizos do.
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  53. JDG1980 says:
    @Arclight
    The trick for the right is to hold firm on immigration while at the same time trying to encourage assimilation of as many Latinos as possible into mainstream center-right culture so they stop thinking of themselves as a stand alone ethnic group. The Left's political future completely depends on making them feel like a common cultural/ethnic block in opposition to whites, the same way they have done with black voters.

    A good start would be to abolish the “Hispanic” classification altogether. Take the stupid checkbox off the census, stop counting it in government statistics. Encourage American citizens of Latino descent to think of themselves as ordinary white Americans, not “people of color” – and to identify more with their fellow citizens than with foreigners who share their ancestral language. “Citizenism” plus aggressive assimilation in the Theodore Roosevelt / Ron Unz pattern.

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    Completely agree. Anecdotally, I once had to send a survey of demographic characteristics - including race - to residents of an affordable housing complex in a majority Latino area. I was very surprised when we got the results back, as a majority of the tenants with Spanish surnames chose "white" instead of Hispanic or Latino.

    Sailer has written on a related subject repeatedly, namely make Latino voters choose whether they want to be on the black political team (Dems) or the white one (GOP). Given that they view whites more favorably than blacks, you could probably snag a lot of voters on that basis alone rather than specific policies.
    , @Augusto Vidal Pinochet
    Good point. The Hispanic designation should be removed, no other ethnic group gets a category...why should Spanish speakers, and those with Spanish ancestor get a special category ?
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  54. Hrw-500 says:
    @anon
    Mexicans saved Chicago. Mexicans and Blacks hate each other.

    I wondered what if Detroit had got more Hispanics in the 1970s and 1980s, if it would had shortened Coleman A. Young’ reign and Detroit’s decline being not as sharp?

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    Haiti vs Mexico.....

    Of course, being Anglo, I would prefer the Australian option......
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  55. King missed a golden opportunity to call out Jorge Ramos on his own whiteness. If white privilege exists, then Ramos has it.

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    Jorge Ramos is truly a blue-eyed devil and should be immediately deported to Bolivia where they know what to do with a man of his rare talent and breeding. I'm surprised that Google Images doesn't show any results for him depicted as an old-time Conquistador. It'd be funny to see him trying to attach one of those little American flag pins to his 16th century steel breastplate, or maybe a microphone before giving an interview to Charlie Rose. Of course, Ramos would be dressed as his hermano de otra madre, Pedro de Alvarado . He'd be gesticulating aggressively, while Charlie sits there, chin in hand, trying to understand Ramos' haute Castilian-inflected invective while occasionally shielding himself from volleys of caustic spittle. But would Extremaduran-Americans find that image racist? Wouldn't want to unfairly target that particular ethnic group after all the challenges they've had to face on this continent! But Ramos deserves targeting. I can picture the motto below the old Ramos family coat of arms: "Pure of blood but not of heart. ¡Fetch my slippers!"
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  56. @syonredux

    BTW, bashing Germany and Germans for about 100 years doesn’t seem to have alienated the millions and millions of Americans of German descent. On the contrary, it hastened their assimilation. I don’t see why Mexicans should be any different in that regard. It isn’t as though they’ve ever been as nationalistic as the Germans have been on occasion.
     
    Germans are European, and the USA's track-record is a lot better when it comes to assimilating Europeans....

    And the Old WASP elite is gone; they were the ones who played hardball when it came to assimilating foreigners.....Current US policy encourages immigrants to be as tribal as possible.....

    Finally, Mexicans consider themselves European first, Indian a distant second and not at all African or Asian.
     
    Dunno. Officially, Mexico is a Mestizo nation, and the cult of mestizaje is actively promoted....

    The idea that they’ll maintain an anti-European attitude on par with African and Middle East derived groups is kind of silly.
     
    Anti-Anglo. Try teaching Mestizos Milton and Melville, and you will see the hatred bubble up. They just want to read anti-Anglo screeds like The Revolt of the Cockroach People....

    Try teaching Mestizos Milton and Melville, and you will see the hatred bubble up.

    If you don’t respect them yourself, how can you expect your students to?

    The most likely explanation is that they’re mirroring your own arrogant ignorance.

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    Try teaching Mestizos Milton and Melville, and you will see the hatred bubble up.

    If you don’t respect them yourself, how can you expect your students to?

    The most likely explanation is that they’re mirroring your own arrogant ignorance.
     
    Dunno. I always get very favorable responses on the student evaluations......
    , @syonredux

    Try teaching Mestizos Milton and Melville, and you will see the hatred bubble up.

    If you don’t respect them yourself, how can you expect your students to?
     
    Wait, are you suggesting that I don't respect Milton and Melville? If so, I'm afraid that you are in error. My respect for the work of Milton and Melville is quite high.
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  57. @Karl
    18 Jus sayin > I hope that I will not live to see the ensuing circus.


    Some people thought the sky would fall down when the Arab countries became so heavily populated. Meanwhile the only thing that actually happened was that the Arabs came to dominate the OIC.

    "Hispanics" is a pretty large tent. Plenty of room for divide-&-conquer, amigo.


    I guess hispanic chicks will become dominant in Hollywood. Is that an actual problem?

    Some people thought the sky would fall down when the Arab countries became so heavily populated. Meanwhile the only thing that actually happened was that the Arabs came to dominate the OIC.

    I’m confused by this comment. Arab countries and eventually, the planet, have a very big problem with over-large populations combined with their zero-sum, Big Man cultural practices. The “Arab Spring” was an uprising by a lot of very angry, surplus young men. But being disorganized Arabs, the movement was quashed by the smarter, ruthless Big Men, or is burning itself out in a radical Islamic nihilism that even most Arabs find appalling. Therefore, having exhausted their paltry options, these surplus men and some families now walk or float to Europe, where they will be permanent wards of the State.

    There are some alarming videos out there which show what happens when women wander into areas of Cairo where a lot of bored unmarried, unemployed males are hanging out. Pure chimpanzee-pack behavior.

    The US and various allies keep the lid on the MENA cauldron by a military footprint, foreign aid, oil money, and emigration. The native governments have large, well-equipped armies and secret services to protect Arab governments from their millions of barely-employed citizens. Libya is a good example of what happens when there’s no dictatorial central government around to boss a MENA population.

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  58. MarcB. says:
    @Anonymous
    Love this congressman almost as much as I love the green frog!

    Heard him on two shows in the past 24 hours and he does not back down. His tweet is a shot across the msm bow. No apologies.

    Too bad Trump didn't put this guy in charge of immigration.

    BTW there is almost no immigration news out there. Except record numbers of sanctuary cities. Crickets on all the big issues! Koskinen at IRS sending out the usual billions in fraudulent tax refunds to illegals.

    ICE deported 660 criminals last month and since then ...crickets.

    What is going on. Where is the new workplace enforcement.

    “What is going on. Where is the new workplace enforcement.”

    Trump is either A) is being frugal with his political capital and choosing the precise moment to launch a multi-tiered offensive that will lead to mass self-deportation, B) decided to play footsie with big business interests in favor cheap labor or C) never intended to crack down on non-criminal aliens in the first place.

    His lack of an immediate repeal of unconstitutional DACA leads me to believe C) might be the correct answer.

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    You, like most of the commenters here, seem, to fail to realise that DACA has a timer on it. Trump (and likely Bannon/Miller) are likely concerned about the very real possibility that some judges issues an injunction and discovers the 14th AMD applies to the whole world.
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  59. J1234 says:

    The congressman’s remarks were denounced by several Republicans in Congress.

    I called King’s office and told them he’s doing a great job and that middle America is proud of him. Y’all should this, too. If we want to keep seeing this kind of bravery from our elected officials, we need to show them our support.

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  60. @Jason Liu
    They already fight each other. It's just kept under wraps by the media. If CNN did Travyon Martin level coverage every time some brown guy killed another brown guy, then insinuated racial motives, it would sound like an internal war was going on.

    That said, some racial competition is a good thing. There should be a permanent struggle for privilege and hierarchy, not equality. The liberals should never get to see their dystopian vision, regardless of the America's future demographics. If white males don't create hierarchy, someone else should.

    To be fair, Trayvon Martin level coverage was a black guy killed by a brown guy.

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  61. @unit472
    The irreconcilable issue for the Democrats is that their black base monopolizes public sector employment at the expense of hispanics. Federal workforce is 20+ % black and in many municipal governments it is higher than that. No way can blacks keep such a disproportionate share of those sinecures save by excluding Hispanics from their 'fair share'. The GOP can make big trouble for the Democrats by requiring cities like Baltimore, Chicago, Cleveland etc to have a work force that reflects the ethnic composition of their population or lose Federal funding.

    Ironically immigration enforcement is one of the few places Hispanics outnumber blacks in federal employment.

    The Border Patrol is something like over 50% Hispanic.

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  62. @anon
    Mexicans saved Chicago. Mexicans and Blacks hate each other.

    Exactly what did they save about Chicago?

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  63. @MarcB.
    "What is going on. Where is the new workplace enforcement."

    Trump is either A) is being frugal with his political capital and choosing the precise moment to launch a multi-tiered offensive that will lead to mass self-deportation, B) decided to play footsie with big business interests in favor cheap labor or C) never intended to crack down on non-criminal aliens in the first place.

    His lack of an immediate repeal of unconstitutional DACA leads me to believe C) might be the correct answer.

    You, like most of the commenters here, seem, to fail to realise that DACA has a timer on it. Trump (and likely Bannon/Miller) are likely concerned about the very real possibility that some judges issues an injunction and discovers the 14th AMD applies to the whole world.

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  65. JohnDough says:

    Jorge Ramos is your classic blue eyed Caucasian wrapped in Latino identity for self advancement and ideological purposes. Remember when Jerry Rivers aka Geraldo Rivera hit the scene? They are the elite of the Latino population. They rule south of the border too. Ramos is like a straight neoliberal Anderson Cooper. The Caucasian Latinos suck up all the affirmative action perks. They satisfy affirmative action hiring, legal, and scholarship demographics while still being white. It’s a win win situation!

    Univision is owned by Chaim Saban to spread fake news and propaganda to bring Latino’s over to the Zionist Democratic party! It’s hypocrisy. Then there’s always the paranoia of far too many Jews in which they want “others” in America so that they don’t seem like the other. They actually feel it’s Nazi-like discrimination against Muslims, Mexicans and then them. Just read all about Jewish self determination strategies in Kevin McDonald’s “The Culture of Critique.” They want Muslims accepted here but they sure don’t want to stop the illegal wars that are killing them wholesale in the Middle East. They also don’t want Arabs to live in the Jewish State of Israel. Insane and blatant hypocrisy.

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  66. syonredux says:
    @Lot
    Catcalling is not racial.

    Left wing humanities professors are not typical of US Hispanics. They are much whiter and much less Mex-Am. They are very disproportionately descended from early to mid 20th century European immigrants to Latin America (as are the academics and elites generally in Latin America itself).

    Your Hispanic students may seem to be philistines because affirmative action is putting them over their heads. Also, Jane Austin and Shakespere? I hate reading them too. One is boring and feminine, the other simply is not written in modern English. Trying to get the masses to appreciate Shakespere is just stupid. I understand his appeal to high IQ literary types as I like other authors like Milton who did not write in modern English.

    If you want to get Mexican-Americans to appreciate Anglo-American culture, how about Twain and Scott? If you are pushing Jane Austin on them instead, you are doing them a disservice.

    Catcalling is not racial.

    Well, some races do it a lot more….

    And a lot of the Mestizos harassing my female relatives are girls……they call them White hos, etc….

    Left wing humanities professors are not typical of US Hispanics. They are much whiter and much less Mex-Am. They are very disproportionately descended from early to mid 20th century European immigrants to Latin America (as are the academics and elites generally in Latin America itself).

    Leadership caste; they define what passes for Hispanic American culture…..

    Your Hispanic students may seem to be philistines because affirmative action is putting them over their heads.

    Calling Mestizos philistine is being generous. They are louts.

    Also, Jane Austin and Shakespere? I hate reading them too. One is boring and feminine, the other simply is not written in modern English.

    Feminine, yes. Boring, no.

    If you can’t appreciate I Henry IV, God help you….

    Trying to get the masses to appreciate Shakespere is just stupid. I understand his appeal to high IQ literary types as I like other authors like Milton who did not write in modern English.

    The Hispanics that I teach are not the unwashed masses; they are, allegedly, the cream of the crop……

    If you want to get Mexican-Americans to appreciate Anglo-American culture, how about Twain and Scott? If you are pushing Jane Austin on them instead, you are doing them a disservice.

    They hate all of it. Seriously. My Black students actually display more interest than the Hispanic ones…..

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  67. syonredux says:
    @Desiderius

    Try teaching Mestizos Milton and Melville, and you will see the hatred bubble up.
     
    If you don't respect them yourself, how can you expect your students to?

    The most likely explanation is that they're mirroring your own arrogant ignorance.

    Try teaching Mestizos Milton and Melville, and you will see the hatred bubble up.

    If you don’t respect them yourself, how can you expect your students to?

    The most likely explanation is that they’re mirroring your own arrogant ignorance.

    Dunno. I always get very favorable responses on the student evaluations……

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  68. syonredux says:
    @Hrw-500
    I wondered what if Detroit had got more Hispanics in the 1970s and 1980s, if it would had shortened Coleman A. Young' reign and Detroit's decline being not as sharp?

    Haiti vs Mexico…..

    Of course, being Anglo, I would prefer the Australian option……

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  69. @Sunbeam
    I think the most likely fracture point of the Democratic Party is between Asians and Blacks.

    The two are like oil and water, absolutely nothing in common. Hard to see a political coalition containing the two being stable.

    Of course, Black/Hispanic animosity is also a thing. But I believe Blacks see Asians and have the same reaction as to an alien emerging from a UFO.

    Dunno, I think that a few right-minded individuals could have a hoot with the Muslims and the Sodomites.

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  70. syonredux says:
    @Desiderius

    Try teaching Mestizos Milton and Melville, and you will see the hatred bubble up.
     
    If you don't respect them yourself, how can you expect your students to?

    The most likely explanation is that they're mirroring your own arrogant ignorance.

    Try teaching Mestizos Milton and Melville, and you will see the hatred bubble up.

    If you don’t respect them yourself, how can you expect your students to?

    Wait, are you suggesting that I don’t respect Milton and Melville? If so, I’m afraid that you are in error. My respect for the work of Milton and Melville is quite high.

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    Wait, are you suggesting that I don’t respect Milton and Melville?
     

    To say that no one believes the Exodus happened roughly according to the biblical account is itself a statement that flies fairly energetically into the face of realty.

    Oh, by “no one,” I mean people that I take seriously. So, cranks, fundamentalists, and Jewish nationalists need not apply.
     

    Ok, take seriously, not respect. Yet you expect your students to take them seriously when you do not. You wantonly, and glibly, trash your own heritage and fellow countrymen then are stunned when your students do likewise.
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  71. syonredux says:
    @Lot
    Catcalling is not racial.

    Left wing humanities professors are not typical of US Hispanics. They are much whiter and much less Mex-Am. They are very disproportionately descended from early to mid 20th century European immigrants to Latin America (as are the academics and elites generally in Latin America itself).

    Your Hispanic students may seem to be philistines because affirmative action is putting them over their heads. Also, Jane Austin and Shakespere? I hate reading them too. One is boring and feminine, the other simply is not written in modern English. Trying to get the masses to appreciate Shakespere is just stupid. I understand his appeal to high IQ literary types as I like other authors like Milton who did not write in modern English.

    If you want to get Mexican-Americans to appreciate Anglo-American culture, how about Twain and Scott? If you are pushing Jane Austin on them instead, you are doing them a disservice.

    Another thing to bear in mind. Based on my experience, high IQ Mestizo Hispanics hate White Anglos far more than low IQ Mestizos do.

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  72. @syonredux

    Try teaching Mestizos Milton and Melville, and you will see the hatred bubble up.

    If you don’t respect them yourself, how can you expect your students to?
     
    Wait, are you suggesting that I don't respect Milton and Melville? If so, I'm afraid that you are in error. My respect for the work of Milton and Melville is quite high.

    Wait, are you suggesting that I don’t respect Milton and Melville?

    To say that no one believes the Exodus happened roughly according to the biblical account is itself a statement that flies fairly energetically into the face of realty.

    Oh, by “no one,” I mean people that I take seriously. So, cranks, fundamentalists, and Jewish nationalists need not apply.

    Ok, take seriously, not respect. Yet you expect your students to take them seriously when you do not. You wantonly, and glibly, trash your own heritage and fellow countrymen then are stunned when your students do likewise.

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    Ok, take seriously, not respect. Yet you expect your students to take them seriously when you do not.
     
    I take Milton and Melville very seriously.

    You wantonly, and glibly, trash your own heritage and fellow countrymen then are stunned when your students do likewise.
     
    When have a "trashed" my heritage? One of the reasons why I favor restricting immigration to the USA is because I want to preserve my heritage, and I am quite angry with those who would sell it for a mess of pottage.....
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  73. @27 year old
    This guy seems alright. Surprisingly he's a boomer. Pushing 70. He's been in congress since like 2003. Did he just suddenly get woke?

    Steve King has been strong on immigration law enforcement, reducing H-1Bs, deporting illegals, you name it, he has been on the right side on immigration issues. A steady A or A+ from NumbersUSA forever. One of the best congressmen on immigration. As good as my hero Jeff Sessions. Just lower profile, he does represent white flyover country hillbillies of ethnic N European stock, after all. The media hate him. So I, ergo, love him.

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  74. syonredux says:
    @Desiderius

    Wait, are you suggesting that I don’t respect Milton and Melville?
     

    To say that no one believes the Exodus happened roughly according to the biblical account is itself a statement that flies fairly energetically into the face of realty.

    Oh, by “no one,” I mean people that I take seriously. So, cranks, fundamentalists, and Jewish nationalists need not apply.
     

    Ok, take seriously, not respect. Yet you expect your students to take them seriously when you do not. You wantonly, and glibly, trash your own heritage and fellow countrymen then are stunned when your students do likewise.

    Ok, take seriously, not respect. Yet you expect your students to take them seriously when you do not.

    I take Milton and Melville very seriously.

    You wantonly, and glibly, trash your own heritage and fellow countrymen then are stunned when your students do likewise.

    When have a “trashed” my heritage? One of the reasons why I favor restricting immigration to the USA is because I want to preserve my heritage, and I am quite angry with those who would sell it for a mess of pottage…..

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    I take Milton and Melville very seriously.
     
    So you're of the opinion that they didn't accept the historicity of the Exodus? That would come as quite the surprise to them.

    What I'm trying to get through your thick head is that there are hundreds of millions of people in this world, past and present, who both accept the historicity of the Exodus and merit the greatest respect, indeed whose aid you will need to accomplish those ends to which you claim to be dedicated. If you casually dismiss them out of hand, do not be surprised when those who hold them in high esteem casually dismiss you, along with your preferred reading recommendations.

    That includes both those reading here and your students.
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  75. @syonredux

    Ok, take seriously, not respect. Yet you expect your students to take them seriously when you do not.
     
    I take Milton and Melville very seriously.

    You wantonly, and glibly, trash your own heritage and fellow countrymen then are stunned when your students do likewise.
     
    When have a "trashed" my heritage? One of the reasons why I favor restricting immigration to the USA is because I want to preserve my heritage, and I am quite angry with those who would sell it for a mess of pottage.....

    I take Milton and Melville very seriously.

    So you’re of the opinion that they didn’t accept the historicity of the Exodus? That would come as quite the surprise to them.

    What I’m trying to get through your thick head is that there are hundreds of millions of people in this world, past and present, who both accept the historicity of the Exodus and merit the greatest respect, indeed whose aid you will need to accomplish those ends to which you claim to be dedicated. If you casually dismiss them out of hand, do not be surprised when those who hold them in high esteem casually dismiss you, along with your preferred reading recommendations.

    That includes both those reading here and your students.

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  76. Arclight says:
    @JDG1980
    A good start would be to abolish the "Hispanic" classification altogether. Take the stupid checkbox off the census, stop counting it in government statistics. Encourage American citizens of Latino descent to think of themselves as ordinary white Americans, not "people of color" - and to identify more with their fellow citizens than with foreigners who share their ancestral language. "Citizenism" plus aggressive assimilation in the Theodore Roosevelt / Ron Unz pattern.

    Completely agree. Anecdotally, I once had to send a survey of demographic characteristics – including race – to residents of an affordable housing complex in a majority Latino area. I was very surprised when we got the results back, as a majority of the tenants with Spanish surnames chose “white” instead of Hispanic or Latino.

    Sailer has written on a related subject repeatedly, namely make Latino voters choose whether they want to be on the black political team (Dems) or the white one (GOP). Given that they view whites more favorably than blacks, you could probably snag a lot of voters on that basis alone rather than specific policies.

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  77. IBC says:
    @Hapalong Cassidy
    King missed a golden opportunity to call out Jorge Ramos on his own whiteness. If white privilege exists, then Ramos has it.

    Jorge Ramos is truly a blue-eyed devil and should be immediately deported to Bolivia where they know what to do with a man of his rare talent and breeding. I’m surprised that Google Images doesn’t show any results for him depicted as an old-time Conquistador. It’d be funny to see him trying to attach one of those little American flag pins to his 16th century steel breastplate, or maybe a microphone before giving an interview to Charlie Rose. Of course, Ramos would be dressed as his hermano de otra madre, Pedro de Alvarado . He’d be gesticulating aggressively, while Charlie sits there, chin in hand, trying to understand Ramos’ haute Castilian-inflected invective while occasionally shielding himself from volleys of caustic spittle. But would Extremaduran-Americans find that image racist? Wouldn’t want to unfairly target that particular ethnic group after all the challenges they’ve had to face on this continent! But Ramos deserves targeting. I can picture the motto below the old Ramos family coat of arms: “Pure of blood but not of heart. ¡Fetch my slippers!”

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  78. Brutusale says:
    @Barnard
    They have for electoral purposes, but there is a lot of conflict when they live in close proximity to each other.

    I read “electoral purposes” as “voting for the usual goodies”. As goody scarcity increases and they begin jockeying for most favored minority status, any electoral unity between blacks and Hispanics disappears.

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  79. @JDG1980
    A good start would be to abolish the "Hispanic" classification altogether. Take the stupid checkbox off the census, stop counting it in government statistics. Encourage American citizens of Latino descent to think of themselves as ordinary white Americans, not "people of color" - and to identify more with their fellow citizens than with foreigners who share their ancestral language. "Citizenism" plus aggressive assimilation in the Theodore Roosevelt / Ron Unz pattern.

    Good point. The Hispanic designation should be removed, no other ethnic group gets a category…why should Spanish speakers, and those with Spanish ancestor get a special category ?

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