Thursday, March 28, 2013
WHAT WE HAVE NOW AND WHAT IS HEADED OUR WAY
by Val Koinen
March 28, 2013
Sure, "we are all the same under the skin." And sure, "diversity is our strength" and "multiculturalism (multiracialism) is a beautiful thing." We all know those blatherings to be true, don't we? (Or at least we should, because they have been pounded into our heads so many times.)
Or do you think there might just be some basis -- some evidence out there in the real world -- for questioning those propaganda canards?
If they did portray reality, then one might wonder why Chicago has such high rates of shootings and murder; why Detroit is bankrupt and in shambles; why Camden can no longer afford to offer proper police protection; why Birmingham is broke; why Atlanta is failing in a multitude of ways; why it is unsafe for Whites (or anybody, for that matter) to venture into many of the gang-infested heavily Mestizo sections of Los Angeles; why the entire State of California is in such financial (and other) trouble; why Haiti just keeps on having the problems it has, century after century. One might ponder the horrendously disproportionate Black-on-White crime rates; the costs to White taxpayers and schoolchildren of integrated pubic education; the high unemployment, welfare dependency, incarceration rates, and high levels of AIDS and other sexually transmitted diseases among the Negro population.
And then yet another example here in contemporary America of how normal, every-day freedoms of behavior and living a "normal life" without undue control and curtailment are impossible in a Negro- and Mestizo-dominated society (story here). Yes, the problems described by Mayor Booker might be a small thing in the overall picture, but this is a good (and very common) example of the way in which people's lives have to be controlled in order to keep a lid on the dis-civilizing effects of heavily non-White societies.
...and then this, for the rose-colored-glasses liberals and anti-racists who really, and I mean really, have no idea what Negro-dominated societies can be like: "Into the Heart of Darkness"
Oh, well, we can just sit back and see what other kinds of "change" our Marxist, mulatto, presidential pretender Obama has in store for us (actually, we have little choice in the matter because our Jew-controlled and cowardly Congress isn't going to be doing anything substantive about the terrible situation facing White America these days) (except maybe start up another war for Israel in the Middle East -- yeah, that'll help).