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Title: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: 90sRetroFan on July 06, 2020, 12:00:29 am
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www.americanprogress.org/issues/democracy/reports/2018/04/14/449461/americas-electoral-future-2/

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The recent elections of Donald Trump and Barack Obama were influenced in no small measure by shifts in the nation’s underlying demographic structure—the rise of communities of color, the increase in the number of older Americans, the sharpening of education divisions—and the distinctive voting behavior of these demographic groups. This 2018 report of the States of Change project, the fourth in an annual series, examines an array of future presidential election outcome scenarios—from 2020 through 2036—that could arise as the demography of the nation and its 50 states changes over the next 18 years.

These scenarios, developed by the authors, include outcomes that favor both Republican and Democratic candidates. They are not intended as predictions but are simulations based on assumptions about different demographic groups’ future voting patterns. Each of the alternative scenarios assumes the same projections for the nation’s underlying demographic structure of eligible voters (EVs) with respect to race, age, and education attainment. As such, the scenarios provide for a more in-depth understanding than national or state polling trends can supply about how emerging voting patterns may interact with changes in the demography of the nation’s electorate to affect future popular vote and Electoral College outcomes.

Many analysts suggest that if current voting patterns remain the same as in recent elections, the projected rise of communities of color—Hispanics, blacks, Asians, and others—will favor Democrats as the Republican-leaning white share of the electorate shrinks. However, the aging of the population and the continued substantial political clout of whites without college educations played a key role in electing Republican Donald Trump. Because the demography of these latter groups differs across states in ways that tend to benefit Republicans, this report finds that quite a few future scenarios could mimic the result of the 2016 election—a Democratic win in the popular vote with a Republican win in the Electoral College.

See also:

https://fivethirtyeight.com/features/what-if-only-men-voted-only-women-only-nonwhite-voters/

www.nbcnews.com/politics/first-read/demographic-shifts-show-2020-presidential-race-could-be-close-n868146

What can be done in practice to increase the rate of Blueshift as efficiently as possible?
Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: 90sRetroFan on July 06, 2020, 12:11:42 am
OLD CONTENT contd.

www.nbcnews.com/news/latino/k-8-students-hit-milestone-about-half-are-minorities-n946666

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AUSTIN, Texas — The country’s steadily diversifying student population has hit a milestone: about half of kindergarten through eighth-grade students are racial and ethnic minorities.

The Census Bureau reported Tuesday that 49.9 percent of the K-8 students in 2017 were non-Hispanic white, down from 56.7 percent a decade earlier.

What matters to us, however, is voters. We will have to wait ~15 years for this lot to all enter the voting population and become part of the Blueshift. What we are fighting for is the crucial interval before this happens, because the Reds are trying to use this interval to prevent it from happening altogether:

www.washingtonpost.com/news/wonk/wp/2018/02/06/trump-immigration-plan-could-keep-whites-in-u-s-majority-for-up-to-five-more-years/

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President Trump's proposal to cut legal immigration rates would delay the date that white Americans become a minority of the population by as few as one or as many as five additional years, according to an analysis by The Washington Post.

The plan, released by the White House last month, would scale back a program that allows people residing in the United States to sponsor family members living abroad for green cards, and would eliminate the “diversity visa program” that benefits immigrants in countries with historically low levels of migration to the United States. Together, the changes would disproportionately affect immigrants from Latin America and Africa.

The Census Bureau projects that minority groups will outnumber non-Hispanic whites in the United States in 2044. The Post's analysis projects that, were Trump's plan to be carried out, the date would be between 2045 and 2049, depending on how parts of it are implemented.

Remember that the voting population lags behind the total population by almost two decades. So the US won't be in the safe zone until 2064 even by the optimistic estimate, whereas I would like the US to reach the safe zone within the 2020s if possible. Because the next GOP candidate could easily be so far-right that we might even prefer having Trump back! (Remember those days when we used to be sure there would never in the rest of history be a worse US president than W. Bush? We'd be fools to think we have hit rock bottom with Trump. Think about it this way: to the average Trump voter, Trump is still too moderate. This means even the average Trump voter is a more evil person than Trump himself. Let that sink in for a moment.)

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Demographic Blueshift is happening. Perhaps not fast enough for our liking, but at least it is happening:

www.pewsocialtrends.org/2019/01/17/generation-z-looks-a-lot-like-millennials-on-key-social-and-political-issues/ (please study the whole thing)

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Only about three-in-ten Gen Zers and Millennials (30% and 29%, respectively) approve of the way Donald Trump is handling his job as president. This compares with 38% of Gen Xers, 43% of Boomers and 54% of Silents. Similarly, while majorities in Gen Z and the Millennial generation say government should do more to solve problems, rather than that government is doing too many things better left to businesses and individuals, Gen Xers and Boomers are more evenly divided on this issue. For their part, most Silents would like to see a less activist government.

When it comes to views on race, the two younger generations are more likely than older generations to say that blacks are treated less fairly than whites in the United States today. And they are much more likely than their elders to approve of NFL players kneeling during the national anthem as a sign of protest.

This part is quite funny to me:

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The youngest generation is also the most likely to say forms or online profiles that ask about a person’s gender should include options other than “man” or “woman.” Roughly six-in-ten Gen Zers (59%) hold this view, compared with half of Millennials and four-in-ten or fewer Gen Xers, Boomers and Silents.

How about simply not asking the question about gender at all? This is how gender-obsessed people are: even when trying to get past the traditional gender dichotomy, they think that the solution is to include even more genders instead of ignoring the concept!

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In addition, the youngest Republicans stand apart in their views on the role of government and the causes of climate change. Gen Z Republicans are much more likely than Republicans in older generations to say government should do more to solve problems. And they are less likely than their older counterparts to attribute the earth’s warming temperatures to natural patterns, as opposed to human activity.

Let's be clear here: it is not "human activity" that has caused global warming, it is WESTERN activity. Pre-colonial non-Western human activity could have continued for another thousand years with no danger to climate whatsoever.

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Slightly older but still relevant research:

www.people-press.org/2017/10/24/political-typology-reveals-deep-fissures-on-the-right-and-left/

Latest research:

http://www.pewsocialtrends.org/essay/an-early-look-at-the-2020-electorate/

WE WILL REPLACE YOU!

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More demography-sorted attitude stats!

d25d2506sfb94s.cloudfront.net/cumulus_uploads/document/n2801y1hk9/econTabReport.pdf

Check out Table 2E in particular.

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While we have spoken of the importance of concentrating on demographically flipping Texas (as well as other states with significant numbers of electoral votes), another approach that some leftists have been working on is to cut out the Electoral College, an approach which certainly has rightists worried:

thehill.com/homenews/campaign/432014-ex-maine-gop-governor-says-white-people-wont-get-anything-to-say-if

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Former Maine Gov. Paul LePage (R) said Tuesday that eliminating the Electoral College and electing a president based on the national popular vote would thwart the voice of white people.

"Actually, what would happen if they do what they say they’re going to, white people will not have anything to say," LePage, who served as governor from 2011 to 2019, said on the Maine radio station WVOM. "It’s only going to be the minorities that would elect. It would be California, Texas, Florida."

The former Republican governor made the comments as he discussed a bill currently being considered in the Maine legislature that would let Maine join other states seeking to bypass the Electoral college and award its electoral votes to the winner of the popular vote nationwide.

The state's Veterans and Legal Affairs Committee will hold a hearing on the national popular vote bill, which was sponsored by state Sen. Troy Jackson (D), on Friday, according to the Maine Beacon.
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The comments from LePage came the same week Colorado Gov. Jared Polis (D) said he would sign a measure to let his state bypass the Electoral College in favor of the national popular vote.

Colorado is set to become the 12th state, in addition to Washington, D.C., to join a National Popular Vote interstate compact that wants to award its electoral votes to the presidential candidate who wins the popular vote.

The compact cannot go into effect until the coalition includes states that accumulate at least 270 electoral votes. States included in the coalition would award their electoral votes en masse to the candidate who wins the national popular vote if it were to go into effect.

I should emphasize that these two approaches are not mutually obstructional, therefore both should be pursued simultaneously.

Further information:

www.nationalpopularvote.com/

As for LePage, he has spoken before about other issues which trouble him:

www.nbcnews.com/politics/politics-news/maine-governor-drug-dealers-often-impregnate-young-white-girl-n492501

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HyXWAhUrm7U

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On the topic of Texas: I recently reconnected with a friend who lives over there. Voting came up, and he told me that Texas would of became a Blue state a long time ago if it weren't for gerrymandering and the few people who show up to vote, as Texas has one of the lowest voter turnouts in the country with most of those voters being Republicans, harassing non-GOP looking voters outside of the voting booths.

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There's a bill coming to Congress: HR 1 : the For The People Act of 2019, that's supposed to fight gerrymandering and lower the voting age to 16 among other things. That blue shift could be coming a little faster.

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Yes:

www.huffpost.com/entry/ayanna-pressley-lower-voting-age_n_5c8014b0e4b020b54d8194fd

I am liking Pressley more and more.

"That blue shift could be coming a little faster."

OK, so now 2062 instead of 2064. That is still too slow. More must be done.

Some people seem to think Puerto Rican statehood would help us, but others think the opposite. Any input here? Would Puerto Rico be a Blue state if given statehood?

www.tcpalm.com/story/news/local/florida-voices/2018/08/16/could-new-arrivals-puerto-rico-make-florida-blue-state/911228002/

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A small step:

www.washingtontimes.com/news/2019/mar/8/house-votes-favor-illegal-immigrant-voting/

Unfortunately in its current form this only applies to local elections. This needs to be expanded to federal elections.

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http://www.unz.com/anepigone/teenage-white-males-id-as-gop-by-21-margin/

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On that account it is worth noting that in the survey, white males under the age of 18 are significantly more Republican than white males aged 18-29 are (67% to 53% in a two-way split, respectively).

And it is even worse than it looks, because the trend is rightward drift with increasing age. So these teens will be even Redder as time goes by.

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Support for sidelining the Electoral College spreads steadily:

www.npr.org/2019/05/22/725616541/nevada-poised-to-become-15th-state-to-ditch-electoral-college

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With a state Senate vote Tuesday, Nevada is close to becoming the latest state to drop the traditional practice of awarding all its electors to the presidential candidate who won the state. Instead, Nevada would award its six electors to whomever receives the most votes across the entire country.

According to the National Popular Vote organization, which oversees efforts to persuade states to join the compact, 14 states and the District of Columbia have agreed to pledge their 189 electors to the winner of the national popular vote — regardless of which candidate won the state. Nevada's electoral votes would bring the total to 195. Once 270 electors are pledged, the compact would kick in.
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Nevada's Senate voted 12-8 to join the agreement, entirely along party lines. Every Republican voted against the proposal. Gov. Steve Sisolak, a Democrat, has not indicated whether he will sign the measure into law.

As NPR has reported, the popular vote movement seems to be gathering steam. In February, 11 states were on board. Since then, Colorado, Delaware and New Mexico have signed on.

Could it be in place before the 2020 election?

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Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: 90sRetroFan on July 06, 2020, 12:18:50 am
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Texas nearing flipping point?

www.texastribune.org/2019/06/20/texas-hispanic-population-pace-surpass-white-residents/

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The gap between Texas’ Hispanic and white populations continued to narrow last year when the state gained almost nine Hispanic residents for every additional white resident.

With Hispanics expected to become the largest population group in Texas as soon as 2022, new population estimates released Thursday by the U.S. Census Bureau showed the Hispanic population climbed to nearly 11.4 million — an annual gain of 214,736 through July 2018 and an increase of 1.9 million since 2010.
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The estimates come as lawmakers begin to sharpen their focus on the 2021 redistricting cycle, when they’ll have to redraw the state’s congressional and legislative maps to account for population growth. And they highlight the extent to which the demographics of the state continue to shift against the Republican Party.

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https://www.brookings.edu/research/less-than-half-of-us-children-under-15-are-white-census-shows/

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Too slow! If you calculate the differences per decade, the rate of Blueshift was actually fastest in the 90s (by no coincidence the most positive decade in living memory), but slowing down with the post-9/11 era. Unlike some demographers who look only at the heights of the graphs and hence think there is nothing to worry about, I always look at gradients. If the gradient is becoming less steep over time, it could eventually be leading to a turning point (ICE?). That is what worries me.

Perhaps this could speed things up slightly:

www.aljazeera.com/news/2019/06/oas-venezuela-migration-largest-world-2020-190628174012682.html

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The Venezuelan exodus may exceed eight million people by the end of next year, which would make it the largest migration crisis in the world, according to a special working group of the Organization of American States (OAS).

The group's projection puts the exodus between 7.5 million and 8.2 million in 2020, far surpassing the 6.7 million people who in eight years have fled Syria.

Hopefully they consider migrating to the US.

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Can we make it fast enough?

thehill.com/opinion/campaign/451702-texas-may-cost-trump-2020

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There is a significant and growing probability that Texas will become the most consequential swing state in presidential and senatorial elections to come. A campaign in the Lone Star State could cost President Trump the White House next year, even if Texas voters will ultimately choose him.

A powerful combination of demographic forces are propelling Texas from one of the reddest states in the union into a swing state. Democrats will likely make an outside play in Texas ahead of 2020, along with a full run for its projected 41 electoral votes. Texas also stands to gain three seats in Congress after the next census, making it a crucial state for both parties.

Texas demographics today are strikingly similar to those of California in 1990, before Democrats began their seven to nothing streak of Golden State victories in presidential races. Like California in 1990, the Texas population currently hovers around 29 million and is changing rapidly in light of heavy immigration from Mexico. The second generation children of Mexican immigrants have played a major role in keeping California out of Republican reach. This same transformation is taking root in Texas.

Immigration has already had a very tangible impact on Texas politics. While illegal immigrants cannot vote, their children born in the United States are indeed citizens and make up a significant share of the new generation of voters in the southern state. There are around 35 percent of Texans under the age of 18 who are the children of immigrants, a figure that has nearly doubled in the last 30 years. This carries weight.

Young Texas voters overwhelmingly turned out for Beto O’Rourke over incumbent Ted Cruz in the Senate race last year. O’Rourke beat Cruz with 18 year olds to 24 year olds by a margin of 68 percent to 32 percent and with 25 year olds to 29 year olds by a margin of 73 percent to 26 percent. O’Rourke also outperformed the traditional edge Democrats already have among Texas Latino voters by a wide margin of 64 percent to 35 percent.

With these second generation Mexican Americans strongly supporting Democrats at the polls, Texas changing to a purple state could not happen at a more inconvenient time for Trump. His margin in the state in 2016 was the smallest for a Republican nominee since the poor showing of Bob Dole in Texas in 1996. Considering the immense and enduring new wave of left leaning voters that O’Rourke attracted, there is a real chance that Texas will be close enough in 2020 that Republicans cannot take it for granted.

Over the next year, Trump and his surrogates will be forced to spend more time campaigning in Texas, which will diminish time spent on the ground in other crucial swing states. Ultimately, this could be a death knell for the campaign. A major reason Trump won in 2016 was due to his critical time investment in states like Michigan, Wisconsin, and Pennsylvania. He spent around 50 percent more time in these battleground states than Hillary Clinton did. A diversion of time and money campaigning in Texas over the next 15 months could deal a fatal blow to high hopes for a second term.

Consider the margins in 2016 to see how razor thin the next election may be. Trump won Michigan by less than 11,000 votes, Wisconsin by 23,000 votes, and Pennsylvania by just 44,000 votes. These were all margins of less than 1 percent. Democrats need to take back all three states to win 2020, and whoever gets the nomination will pour immense energy and resources into each, which Trump will need to reciprocate. Any diversion of the large but finite campaign resources to shore up a traditional red state like Texas will cut into the ability of Trump to win key swing states.

Moreover, Texas is not just any state. As the second largest in the nation, by both population and land area, it is an expensive state in which to run a full campaign. Just ask O’Rourke and Cruz. The two combined spent nearly $125 million on their 2018 Senate campaigns, with O’Rourke outpacing Cruz by over 50 percent. Furthermore, outside donations and spending did not just impact the midterm Senate race, with donors also sending millions of dollars into suddenly competitive House races.

Republicans took note of the sheer volume of Texas votes that Democrats attracted in the last cycle. A Republican affiliated group, Engage Texas, is spending $25 million to register and turn out red voters. Considering the Trump campaign spent $325 million for 2016, the implications of such a drain of resources are clear well before the general election race begins.

Republicans are already walking a tightrope between the 2018 midterm results and changing demographic realities. In many ways, the resources used to keep Texas red next year are balanced by the fates in Michigan, Wisconsin, and Pennsylvania. Several campaign stops or a late ad buy could mean the difference in the race. Trump could see his electoral chances go to hell, if Democrats spend more time and money in Texas.

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This is good:

www.breitbart.com/economy/2019/07/03/h-1b-lobbyist-u-s-critics-are-racist-for-opposing-stealth-transfer-of-college-grad-jobs-to-indian-migrants/
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Lobbyists working for thousands of Indian contract workers are promising to overwhelm GOP Sen. Rand Paul’s opposition to a bill which puts many Indian temporary workers on a fast-track to permanent green cards.

“We have lots and lots of doctors in Kentucky, both in Louisville and in Lexington, and in other cities around Kentucky, who can all express how important this bill is to them, and how they literally can’t afford to be doctors anymore,” said Leon Fresco, a former congressional staffer who is quarterbacking the contract workers’ campaign for green cards.
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Fresco’s bill is titled “Fairness for High-Skilled Immigrants,” and it would abolish the “country caps” which diversify the annual award of 140,000 green cards to the various foreign nationals of American companies.

The prime beneficiaries of the “country cap” bill are the many Indian contract-workers who arrived on temporary H-1B visas, and who then avoided going home by getting their employers to nominate them for green cards. At least 200,000 Indians have already obtained green cards via the employer process during the last decade.

But the huge number of Indian who volunteered to take Americans’ jobs via the H-1B visas are jammed by the “country cap” on green cards for Indians. Perhaps 300,000 resident Indian contract-workers and 300,000 family members are waiting in several backlogged lines for roughly 23,000 green cards issued to Indians each year.

If Lee’s bill become law, the Indian share of the employer green-cards could quickly quadruple to at least 100,000 cards a year, or 1 million per decade.

That offer of at least 75,000 extra green cards per year would create a huge incentive for more young Indian graduates to take U.S. jobs at very low wages.

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The legislation, HR.1044, claims to promote fairness for high-skilled contract-workers, dubbed “immigrants” by the advocates. The bill removes “country caps” which limit Indians’ share of the 120,000 green-cards awarded each year to employees nominated by their companies. That change would allow Indians to get roughly 100,000 green cards each year, up from roughly 23,000. The change would allow the 300,000 Indian workers — and their 300,00 family members — get on a fast track to green cards, citizenship, and the voting booth.
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In the medium term– by 2030 — the GOP will also lose more seats as the Indian migrants become citizens and vote Democratic.

The HR.1044 legislation will add roughly 600,000 Indian voters to the rolls during the next 10 years. Indians are highly likely to donate to Democratic causes and to vote Democratic. For example, the chief Senate sponsor of the bill is Sen. Kamala Harris, whose mother is Indian.

Roughly 77 percent of Indians supported Democratic candidates in 2016, while only 16 percent said they voted for President Donald Trump, according to a post-election survey funded by the National Science Foundation.

A growing population of skilled migrants in a district also tends to pull American-born voters into the Democratic camp, said an April 2018 study. “Our strongest and most significant finding is that an increase in high-skilled immigrants as a share of the local population is associated with a strong and significant decrease in the vote share for the Republican Party,” said the report, authored by pro-migration economist Giovanni Peri, Anna Maria Mayda, a Georgetown University professor now at the U.S. State Department, and Walter Steingress, an economist at the Bank of Canada.
Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: 90sRetroFan on July 06, 2020, 12:26:01 am
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Can it happen so soon?

newrepublic.com/article/154723/texas-bracing-blue-wave-2020-yes-texas

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In what giddy Democrats are calling “the Texodus,” four Republican members of Congress announced, in short order, that they won’t be running for reelection in 2020; three of their seats, all in the suburbs, will likely go Democratic, adding to the two they took from Republicans in 2018. “We could see other representatives step away too,” said Manny Garcia, executive director of the Texas Democratic Party. “Why would you go into a knockdown, drag-out fight when you’re either going to lose next time, or soon afterward?”
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And then there was President Trump and the terrorism in El Paso. By 2022, Latino Texans are projected to outnumber whites, and the rising majority won’t soon forget the mass murder by a gunman, apparently inspired by Trump’s rhetoric, who took advantage of the state’s insanely lax gun laws. Nor will it forget the way the president put a target on the city’s back, falsely claiming in this year’s State of the Union that El Paso was “one of our nation’s most dangerous cities” before the border barriers went up, then amplifying the message in a rally there a few weeks later. “Murders, murders, murders!” Trump cried out as he talked about immigrants, while his fans chanted, “Build the wall!”
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Cal Jillson, a venerable political scientist at Southern Methodist University, is among those who think this president has accelerated the Democratic comeback in Texas. “My sense pre-Trump was that there were demographic dynamics that were going to bring two-party competition at some point,” he said. “I thought it would take another 15 to 20 years. But Trump has brought all that forward. It’s happening much more quickly.”
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nobody in Texas, aside from a few blinkered Republicans, believes that Democrats won’t continue to loosen the Republican stranglehold in 2020. At least half a dozen Republican seats in Congress will be ripe for the taking, and Democrats have a realistic chance of capturing the nine Republican seats in the state House they need to gain a majority—just in time for the next round of redistricting in 2021. If they regain a toehold of power in Austin, and can prevent Republicans from having total control over gerrymandering, Democrats could turn Texas blue in a hurry; if not, it’ll probably be a more gradual process over the next decade, with strict voter ID and other forms of suppression still intact, and districts artificially tilted in Republicans’ favor.

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Trump's behaviour might actually be helping us:

news.yahoo.com/trumps-fake-accent-angers-asian-201830232.html

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When Amanda Berg heard reports that President Donald Trump mocked the accents of the leaders of South Korea and Japan at a recent fundraiser, it brought back painful memories from her childhood.

Berg, a Korean American who grew up in Fort Collins, Colorado, recalled kids doing the "stereotypical pulling at the eyes and the mocking accent." It made her feel like she was a foreigner in her own community.

Berg, a registered Democrat, is among a growing and crucial bloc of Asian American voters leaning further to the left in the age of Trump, and his stunt, reported by the New York Post, angered her and many others.
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The Asian American voting-age population has more than doubled in the past two decades, leaping from 4.3 million in 1998 to 11.1 million in 2018 according to the U.S. Census Bureau. A majority of those new voters lean Democratic.

By 2016, some Asian ethnic groups that had leaned Republican shifted into the Democratic camp, said Natalie Masuoka, an associate professor of political science and Asian American studies at the University of California, Los Angeles. A larger share of Asian American Republicans voted for John McCain in 2008 than for Trump in 2016.

A Pew Research Center survey said 53% of Asian American registered voters in 1998 identified with the Democratic Party. That figure rose to 65% in 2017.
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"He's willing to use Asian stereotypes, Asian accents in his public speeches," Masuoka said. "In that way ... the way Americans are talking about race is now shifting possibly back to what historically was effective before the civil rights revolution" — explicit and sometimes offensive talk about race.

The New York Post reported that Trump imitated South Korea President Moon Jae-in and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, both close U.S. allies, at a fundraiser in the Hamptons this month. Trump used a fake accent to boast about Moon relenting in negotiations over the costs of U.S. military aid to South Korea and when rehashing talks with Abe had about trade tariffs, according to the newspaper.

Trump has imitated Asian people before. At an August 2015 campaign rally in Iowa, he talked about his ability to deal with Asian negotiators and used broken English, saying, "When these people walk into the room ... they say 'We want deal!'"

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Data:

docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1OXOCps4WHRKX90ArDbxQoRGyz9zcfkwJPWm45tmDE2M/edit#gid=0

Additional information:

www.pewresearch.org/fact-tank/2019/08/21/u-s-counties-majority-nonwhite/

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Texas also continues to look more and more like a swing state:

www.univision.com/univision-news/politics/univision-news-poll-democrats-surge-in-texas-no-longer-a-safe-state-for-trump-in-2020

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gxUAi-yhreU

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Distribution matters:

www.theatlantic.com/ideas/archive/2019/09/american-migration-patterns-should-terrify-gop/598153/

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Liberals in America have a density problem. Across the country, Democrats dominate in cities, racking up excessive margins in urban cores while narrowly losing in suburban districts and sparser states. Because of their uneven distribution of votes, the party consistently loses federal elections despite winning the popular vote.

The most famous case was in 2016, when Hillary Clinton lost the presidential election despite her 2.4-million-vote margin. Clinton carried Manhattan and Brooklyn by approximately 1 million ballots—more than Donald Trump’s margins of victory in the states of Florida, Arizona, Georgia, North Carolina, Michigan, Wisconsin, and Pennsylvania combined.
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Democrats can blame the Electoral College for these losses—as they should. But according to the Stanford political scientist Jonathan Rodden’s new book, Why Cities Lose, the problem isn’t just the districting. It’s the density. All over the world, liberal, college-educated voters pack into cities, where they dilute their own voting power through excessive concentration. “Underrepresentation of the urban left in national legislatures and governments has been a basic feature of all industrialized countries that use winner-take-all elections,” he writes.

So just imagine what would happen to the American political picture if more Democrats moved out of their excessively liberal enclaves to redistribute themselves more evenly across the vast expanse of Red America?
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Two weeks ago, I published an article on what I called the urban exodus. More specifically, it is a blue urban exodus, as left-leaning metros in blue states are losing population. The New York City metro area is shrinking by 277 people every day. Other areas bleeding thousands of net movers each year include Los Angeles, San Francisco, San Jose, San Diego, Chicago, Boston, and Baltimore—all in states that routinely vote for Democrats by wide margins.

These movers are U-Hauling to ruddier states in the South and West. The five fastest-growing metros of the past few years—Dallas, Phoenix, Houston, Atlanta, and Orlando, Florida—are in states won by Trump. The other metro areas with a population of at least 1 million that grew by at least 1.5 percent last year were Las Vegas; Austin, Texas; Orlando, Florida; Raleigh, North Carolina; Jacksonville, Florida; Charlotte, North Carolina; San Antonio; Tampa, Florida; and Nashville, Tennessee. All of those metros are in red or purple states.
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This drip-drip-drip of young residents trickling down into red-state suburbs is helping to turn southern metros into Democratic strongholds. (Of course, migration isn’t the only factor pushing these metros leftward, but more on that later.) In Texas, Democrats’ advantage in the five counties representing Houston, Dallas–Fort Worth, San Antonio, and Austin (the “Texas Five” in the graph below) grew from 130,000 in the 2012 presidential election to nearly 800,000 in the 2018 Senate election.

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g-nr8Gp55nQ

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www.alternet.org/2019/10/republicans-realize-theyre-losing-ground-in-texas-the-base-is-shrinking-period/

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Texas is still a red state, but at this point, it’s light red rather than deep red. The fact that Sen. Ted Cruz defeated Democrat Beto O’Rourke by a mere 2% in the 2018 midterms was a troubling sign for the Texas GOP, and in a report for Axios, journalist Alexi McCammond notes that Lone Star Republicans are troubled by the departure of six members of the U.S. House of Representatives who won’t be seeking reelection in Texas in 2020.

“The 2018 midterms spooked Texas Republicans after they lost two congressional seats, saw closer-than-expected margins in a number of other races, and watched Beto O’Rourke surf a blue wave built in part on the state’s shifting demographics,” McCammond notes. And now, according to McCammond, “the six-pack of GOP retirements in one cycle is hard to ignore.”

One of those departures is Rep. Will Hurd, the only African-American Republican in the House of Representatives. McCammond quotes a dire warning from Hurd about the GOP: “The base is shrinking. Period. End of story.”

Until Democrats start winning more statewide races in Texas, it will be premature to describe Texas as a swing state. Republicans still have the advantage in Texas’ statewide races, but as O’Rourke’s 2018 campaign shows, that advantage is shrinking. And in U.S. House races, Democrats can perform quite well in parts of Texas — which is why, as McCammond reports, the GOP is aggressively trying to register more Republican voters in the Lone Star State.

A GOP strategist in Texas, interviewed on condition of anonymity, told Axios, “We need a new Republican Party because the one we have is getting our asses kicked in House races.”

In the 2000s, many Democratic strategists viewed Texas as a lost cause for their party when it came to statewide races. But times have changed. And the 2018 midterms made it clear that President Donald Trump is not universally loved in that state.
McCammond concludes the Axios article by noting how increasingly bullish Democratic strategists are on their prospects in Texas. “It’s truly a sign of the times that Democrats think Texas in 2020 could mimic California in 2018 — where the party picked up seven GOP seats and helped Dems win back the House, ” McCammond reports.

New site:

texasbluestate.com/

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https://axios.com/republican-party-demographics-threat-trump-racism-1524a8a1-c2f1-4183-896f-107420e2d50a.html

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www.washingtonexaminer.com/washington-secrets/record-32-million-hispanics-ready-to-vote-largest-minority-in-2020

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The percentage of Hispanics eligible to vote in the upcoming 2020 presidential election has surged nearly 20% since 2016 when Hillary Clinton took 66% of the Latino vote.
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In an analysis of the federal data, the Pew Research Center said that there are a “record” 32 million Latinos eligible to vote in 2020. That is an increase from 27.3 million in 2016.

“The 2020 election will mark the first time that Hispanics will be the largest racial and ethnic minority group in the electorate, accounting for just over 13% of eligible voters,” said Pew’s FactTank.

The growth in Hispanic voters comes as a result of the surge in the Latino population.

It was about 60 million in 2018, up from 47.8 million in 2008. Hispanics make up 18% of the U.S. population, up from 5% in 1970, said Pew.

The group has been divided over President Trump and his efforts to end illegal immigration across the U.S.-Mexico border. Overall, Hispanics do not support the president.

In 2016, he won about one-third of the Hispanic vote, but recent surveys show that dropping to one-fifth as the 2020 election nears.

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https://www.houstonchronicle.com/opinion/outlook/article/Parker-For-non-whites-Trumpism-has-been-a-14299124.php

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A preview of our enemies' most likely countermeasure as Demographic Blueshift proceeds:

vdare.com/articles/separating-illinois-from-cook-county-would-help-save-the-historic-american-nation

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Illinois is one of the safest Democrat states in presidential elections. Hillary Clinton crushed Donald Trump in 2016, 55.4 percent to 39.4. But Clinton’s margin of victory came from Cook County, where she beat Trump by nearly 1.1 million votes. [2016 Illinois Presidential Election Results, Politico, December 12, 2016] There, Clinton shellacked Trump by more than 50 points, 74.4-21.4.

Outside Cook County though, Clinton pulled just 1.45 million votes—more than 200,000 fewer than Trump’s nearly 1.7 million.

Consider what those figures would mean for Trump if Illinois had split before the 2020 presidential election.

General consensus is, a Trump win next year requires one of these three states that he won in 2016 by using the Sailer Strategy and mobilizing working class whites: Michigan, Wisconsin, or Pennsylvania.

Although conventional wisdom might say Ohio, Florida and Arizona are swing states, they are probably safe. Trump won Ohio by 8.13 percentage points; it’s reddening. In 2018, a down-year for Republicans, former Florida Governor Rick Scott unseated incumbent Democrat Bill Nelson in last year’s Senate election. Meanwhile, former Rep. Ron DeSantis was elected governor of Florida over race-baiting Democrat Andrew Gillum. And the last Democrat to win Arizona in a presidential election without a serious Third Party challenger was Harry Truman in 1948.

If Trump holds Nebraska’s and Maine’s second congressional districts, he has 260 electoral votes. Now, add “New Illinois” to the mix. Trump would need only one of the big four—”New Illinois,” Michigan, Wisconsin, or Pennsylvania—for an easy victory and re-election. In 2016, his margin of victory in an Illinois sans Cook County would have been far better than it was in any of the three “Blue Wall” states he flipped.

This is nothing but gerrymandering on an enlarged scale!

If the Electoral College were abolished, none of this would matter, of course (which is why this should be done ASAP). But so long as the Electoral College is still around, we must make sure that such initiatives to re-draw state boundaries in ways designed to help Red candidates fail to get off the ground.

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If we manage to flip Texas, however, then rightists will start calling for abolishing the Electoral College.

Here is a leftist really thinking outside the box:

www.washingtonpost.com/posteverything/wp/2015/08/21/we-used-to-count-black-americans-as-35-of-a-person-instead-of-reparations-give-them-53-of-a-vote/

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We know we are succeeding when we are annoying Coulter:

www.huffpost.com/entry/abrar-omeish-ghazala-hashmi-virginia-elections_n_5dc24165e4b08b735d61f96d

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tojyzIZhlpE

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Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: 90sRetroFan on July 06, 2020, 12:40:42 am
OLD CONTENT contd.

www.waynedupree.com/shia-muslim-march-tlaib-district/

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Thousands of Shia Muslims took to the streets of Dearborn, reportedly in Rashida Tlaib’s district, and marched.
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Because of the racial breakdowns, that district is so reliably Democratic that Republicans don’t even bother running for its empty seat in Congress.

All of the US could be like this. We are here to make it so.

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Another reminder that Demographic Blueshift is not just about improving the quality of the voting population, but also about providing access to better candidates:

www.yahoo.com/lifestyle/jessica-cisneros-2020s-aoc-215200571.html

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When people ask me, "Why did you become an immigration attorney?" it's because of that, the fact that I was born into this very cross-cultural environment, this unique area of the country right on the border. My elementary school was right next to the river, and in the mornings, we could see families crossing into the United States. I remember saying I could not spot a difference between a mom and her child, and me and my mom. I know that my citizenship is a privilege. To many folks who are on the border, we know our lives could've been very different had we been born five minutes south of where we were.

As you can imagine, being an immigration attorney under Trump was a very difficult and heartbreaking experience. You go in there and the odds are already stacked against you, but under the Trump administration, it just felt like it was almost impossible to win cases and keep families together. It got to the point where I was trying to console one too many families. I thought, if they keep telling me that the law is a problem, then I'm going to go to Congress and change it.

Now I'm still making my case, but instead of being in a courtroom in front of a judge, I'm in a district and the voters are the judges.

I was nominated to run for office by my high school teacher; I think he saw Justice Democrats recruiting and thought of me. I got a call from Justice Democrats, and they asked about my roots to my community and what I believed we should be doing here in South Texas.

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s9j_dLT0WDQ

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Buy merchandise here:

www.wewillreplaceyou.com/product-category/all/

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GlJg2h2NrTM

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I am a bit confused. You say that ethnicity does not matter, but why do demographic trends seem to show predominantly “non white” ethnicities voting left wing.

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Because they are the victims of "white" racism, therefore they are more likely to vote for the party they perceive as more sincerely interested in defending them. This is the result not of ethnicity mattering, but of racists behaving as if ethnicity mattered.

Here is Stacey Abrams explaining the same point:

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If ethnicity itself did matter (in the biological sense), then we should expect a "non-white" ethnicity more closely ancestrally related to "whites" voting more like "whites" than like a more ancestrally distant "non-white" ethnicity. For example, we should expect Americans of Palestinian ancestry (who are far more closely ancestrally related to Anglos than to Bantus):

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voting more like "whites" than like "blacks". But in reality, they vote more like "blacks", because they have a more similar historical experience as victims of Western colonialism.

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Ah now I see. I recall a post on the main blog where a rightist’s claim that all “non whites” behave tribally was refuted with an example of Mexicans and Arabs, both groups with ”non white” ancestry, opposing the Iraq War.

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Yes. Which is not to say that rightists of one "non-white" ethnicity do not display bigotry towards another "non-white" ethnicities. But when they do, it is emphatically not because of tribalism, but because of Eurocentrism (ie. thinking that by doing so they can make themselves appear "whiter"). And they also display bigotry towards their own ethnicity for the same reason. This is what we are here to change.

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And now for an encouraging chart:

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Demographic Blueshift works for more than just votes. Hopefully among under-18s Muslims are already viewed more positively than Jews.
Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: 90sRetroFan on July 06, 2020, 12:49:51 am
OLD CONTENT contd.

Another way Demographic Blueshift works:

nationalinterest.org/blog/buzz/study-finds-immigration-will-shift-electoral-college-favor-democrats-108131

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A new analysis finds that immigration will dramatically reshape the Electoral College map in favor of the Democratic Party after completion of the 2020 census.

Rising immigrant populations around the United States will result in several solidly Democratic states gaining more seats in the House of Representatives at the expense of solidly Republican states, the study by the Center for Immigration Studies finds. The shift ultimately will give the Democratic Party more influence in the Electoral College, CIS says.
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Of the 26 seats predicted to shift, 24 are expected to be taken away from states that voted for Donald Trump in the 2016 election. Ohio is expected to lose three seats; Pennsylvania and Michigan likely will lose two; and 18 states likely will lose one seat: Arkansas, Alabama, Idaho, Georgia, Iowa, Indiana, Louisiana, Kentucky, Missouri, North Carolina, Mississippi, South Carolina, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Utah, Wisconsin, and West Virginia, according to the study.

California, already a behemoth of the Electoral College, is predicted to gain 11 seats after the 2020 census is completed. New York likely will gain four more seats. New Jersey likely will come out with two more seats, and Massachusetts and Illinois likely will each gain one more seat.

The only traditionally red state to see gains is Texas, which is expected to notch four more House seats. Florida, which is considered a swing state but trends toward the GOP, will earn three more seats, under the CIS analysis. Rhode Island and Minnesota are expected to lose one congressional district each.

And once we flip Texas too (plus Florida?), then we are all set.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rl9ORX8KSuQ

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www.wsj.com/articles/demographic-shift-poised-to-test-trumps-2020-strategy-11578047402

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“President Trump’s 2020 election strategy relies largely on the white, working-class base that he excited in 2016. But he faces a demographic challenge: The electorate has changed since he was last on the ballot in ways likely to benefit Democrats,” the Wall Street Journal reports.

“Working-class, white voters are projected to decline by 2.3 percentage points nationally as a share of eligible voters, compared with the last election, because they are older and therefore dying at a faster rate than are Democratic groups. As those voters pass on, they are most likely to be replaced by those from minority groups or young, white voters with college degrees—groups that lean Democratic.”

“That means Mr. Trump will have to coax more votes from a shrinking base—or else find more votes in other parts of the electorate.”

Of course I am emphatically not saying we have the 2020 election in the bag, especially with Red countermeasures in play.

But if Trump does lose, hopefully the next Red candidate will return to the pre-Trump approach of trying to appeal more broadly, which might help move the entire political discussion slightly closer back to sanity.

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We are too concentrated in small areas!

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Even within Blue states, many counties are Red. We should encourage intra-state migration from Blue counties into Red counties.

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Some rightists are more pessimistic than we are optimistic about our strategy:

www.americanfreedomunion.com/letters-to-the-editor-44/

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The GOP is Finished
Demographics will determine everything.

Trump carried Georgia by only 3% in 2016; Hillary received 47%. Running for governor, Stacey Abrams – who is far more radical and openly White-hating than Clinton or Sanders – got 48.5% two years later, thereby cutting Trump’s margin in half.

Trump won’t carry Georgia in 2020 and neither will any other potential GOP nominee.

Trump carried Florida by a whisker. Florida enfranchised 1.4 million felons by referendum in the last election. Hundreds of thousands of these people will be voting Democrat by a margin of 9 to 1.

3,000 Puerto Ricans per day swarmed into Florida for many months in the wake of the 2017 hurricane that ravaged Puerto Rico. Thanks to our first “globalist” president, William McKinley, they are all “U.S. citizens” and they will be voting in Florida in 2020. The hundreds of thousands of felons plus several hundred thousand Puerto Ricans plus other immigrants plus newly matured non-Whites equals a Democrat landslide victory in Florida.

The GOP will never carry Florida again – not merely for the presidency but for any state-wide race. Florida is the new California.

Beto O’Rourke, running as an avowed “progressive,” i.e., an open borders White-hating socialist, got 48.5% of the vote in Texas in 2018. In 2020 several hundred thousand more non-Whites will be voting in Texas and scores of thousands of old Whites who voted for Trump will be dead.

The GOP can write off Texas.

Trump carried several states by only a few thousand votes. Four more years of explosive non-White growth and White die-off will have extinguished any chance of the Republican Party carrying those states.

Georgia + Florida + Texas + the razor-thin victory states of 2016 = an inevitable victory for the Democrats in 2020.

And for every year thereafter.
It’s over.

Again, I do not encourage assuming we already have it in the bag. We can still lose 2020 if turnout is insufficient.

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Why Texans Don’t Want Any More Californians

Migrants from the Golden State could change the character of their new homes.

In 2016, President Donald Trump swept the Republican primary with a simple message: Build a wall to keep out the immigrants. Today, a new anti-migration theme is sweeping the country: Build a wall to keep out the Californians.

But is the California Exodus real?

From one perspective, the answer is very clearly yes. In 2012, California gained 113,000 people on net through domestic and international migration. Last year, California lost 40,000 people on net to migration, according to its own demographers. The state still grew, thanks to births, but at the lowest rate on record. Now the U.S. state most synonymous with all varieties of growth—vegetal, technological, and human—is at the precipice of its first-ever population decline.

Thank God the population is declining in California, I cannot even recognize the city I grew up in anymore.... lol!

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But now the state is at an inflection point, between its history as a ruby-red conservative stronghold and its future as a more mixed state with blue metros and red rural areas. In this context, the next SoCal family that U-Hauls into North Texas isn’t just some nice couple with different taste in barbecue; instead, they’re potentially the demographic straw that breaks the GOP’s back.
www.theatlantic.com/ideas/archive/2020/01/the-truth-about-the-california-exodus/605833/

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Exclusive: Ahead of 2020 election, a 'Blue Wave' is rising in the cities, polling analysis shows

NEW YORK (Reuters) - As Republican President Donald Trump seeks a second term in November, Americans’ interest in voting is growing faster in large cities dominated by Democrats than in conservative rural areas, according to an analysis of Reuters/Ipsos national opinion polls.
www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-election-enthusiasm-exclusive/exclusive-ahead-of-2020-election-a-blue-wave-is-rising-in-the-cities-polling-analysis-shows-idUSKBN20D1EG

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Also:

www.yahoo.com/news/trump-defense-red-state-bastion-090000866.html

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(Bloomberg) -- Donald Trump is on the defensive in Arizona, where he’s set to rally voters on Wednesday as an influx of new residents challenge the president’s hold on the Republican-dominated state.

Arizona’s expanding state economy and low unemployment should help Trump in a state he won by more than 3 percentage points in 2016, but there are significant warning signs for the president.
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Arizona has been among the fastest growing states, threatening the GOP’s dominance. As of July 1, 2019, the U.S. Census Bureau estimated there were 7,278,717 residents, up 4.8% from July 2016.

The number of minorities, especially Hispanics, has been increasing and some estimates suggest that minorities will be in the majority by 2030. Minority voters are more likely to support Democrats.

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Jason Johnson on Roseanne Barr (Jew) being fired from ABC: A "Blue Wave" is coming:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kL1DTibzuqo

This is what we have been saying all along! As demographics shift, even Jew owned networks have to superficially shift in a leftist direction in order to cater to their audience, out of fear of losing their market share!
Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: 90sRetroFan on July 06, 2020, 12:58:09 am
OLD CONTENT contd.

www.yahoo.com/news/idaho-turning-little-blue-primary-142447120.html

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BOISE, Idaho (AP) — Idaho last year was the nation's fastest-growing state, with close to 37,000 new residents boosting its population to nearly 1.8 million.

In the past decade, according to the U.S. Census Bureau, the deeply conservative state has seen a population jump of more than 200,000. Studies indicate many have come from liberal-leaning California, Oregon and Washington.

But are those new residents bringing blue-state politics? Or are they Republicans fleeing the coast for conservative Idaho?
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“We've definitely seen some areas like Boise becoming bluer in the last few years,” she said. “More conservative voters are moving into Canyon County and northern Idaho.”

Yet Democrats see the possibility of a bluish tinge appearing in Idaho following its 2.1% population increase last year. The House, for example, went from 11 to 14 Democrats in the 2018 election. Democrats flipped four urban district seats, but lost an urban district in northern Idaho after the incumbent Democrat ran for governor.

Voter-driven ballot initiatives have also become a major focus in the state. After years of inaction by Republican lawmakers, Idaho residents in 2018 with 62% approved an initiative expanding Medicaid, a move opposed by conservative lawmakers.

In response, Republicans in the House and Senate last year tried to make the initiative process nearly impossible, so they could head off future left-leaning measures such as raising the minimum wage and legalizing marijuana. But Republican Gov. Brad Little vetoed the legislation amid concerns a federal court could rule such restrictions unconstitutional and dictate the state's initiative process.

Overall, though, Republicans hold all five statewide elected offices, including governor, and hold super-majorities in both the Idaho House and Senate. Both of Idaho's U.S. House seats and both U.S. Senate seats are also occupied by Republicans.

Democratic House Minority Leader Ilana Rubel of Boise said she's not sure which way the "in-migration is tilting," but she thinks it will be a wash.

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WsvHiEAv1rY

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www.politico.com/news/2020/04/23/how-coronavirus-could-upend-2020-battlegrounds-204708
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Study: Elderly Trump voters dying of coronavirus could cost him in November
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Academic researchers writing in a little-noticed public administration journal — Administrative Theory & Praxis — conclude that when considering nothing other than the tens of thousands of deaths projected from the virus, demographic shifts alone could be enough to swing crucial states to Joe Biden in the fall.

“The pandemic is going to take a greater toll on the conservative electorate leading into this election — and that’s simply just a calculation of age,” Andrew Johnson, the lead author and a professor of management at Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi, said in an interview. “The virus is killing more older voters, and in many states that’s the key to a GOP victory.”

Johnson and his colleagues Wendi Pollock and Beth M. Rauhaus projected that even with shelter-in-place orders remaining in effect, about 11,000 more Republicans than Democrats who are 65 and older could die before the election in both Michigan and North Carolina.

In Pennsylvania, should the state return to using only social distancing to fight infections, over 13,000 more Republican than Democratic voters in that age category could be lost.
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Trump supporters, especially in Greater Appalachia, tend to be older and heavier, traits correlated with underlying conditions that make Covid-19 more lethal, he said. Smoking levels — another leading indicator of vulnerability — also tend to be higher in red areas.
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Researchers on the fatality study said they found the virus could also ravage Republicans across Florida and Georgia, where GOP leaders have been pulling back on aggressive defenses. The study looked at total anticipated deaths on a statewide basis, which accounted for spiraling projections of the virus in densely populated urban areas that are home to more Democrats.

Still, there are caveats beyond the death figures used: Researchers used national fatality rates because deaths by state were scant when they started. They similarly applied national percentages of voters by age, not state-by-state figures. But Johnson noted that could actually understate effects in places like Florida, where the GOP relies more heavily on older voters.

https://www.salon.com/2020/05/12/leaked-white-house-data-shows-infections-spiking-more-than-1000-in-rural-areas-that-backed-trump/

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m2vwqbdMVvI

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Michelle Obama gets it:

www.yahoo.com/news/michelle-obama-mad-black-voters-140149775.html

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she talks about how painful it is to her that black voters didn’t turn out to vote for Hillary Clinton, calling the decision not to vote more painful to her than those who voted for Trump.

“It takes some energy to go high, and we were exhausted from it. Because when you are the first black anything…” she said, referencing anecdotes from her Becoming book. “So the day I left the White House and I write about how painful it was to sit on that [inauguration] stage. A lot of our folks didn’t vote. It was almost like a slap in the face.”

“I understand the people who voted for Trump,” she continued. “The people who didn’t vote at all, the young people, the women, that’s when you think, man, people think this is a game. It wasn’t just in this election. Every midterm. Every time Barack didn’t get the Congress he needed, that was because our folks didn’t show up. After all that work, they just couldn’t be bothered to vote at all. That’s my trauma.”

Demographic Blueshift without turnout is meaningless.

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Our enemies' despair is our best encouragement:

vdare.com/articles/ga-about-to-turn-blue-because-of-immigration-why-are-gov-brian-kemp-gop-elite-except-for-sen-perdue-asleep

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A GOP poll has Trump leading Joe Biden by just one point in a formerly solid red state [Internal GOP poll points to troubling signs for Georgia Republicans, by Greg Bluestein, The Atlanta-Journal Constitution, May 1, 2020]. But the Stupid Party seems wedded to the crazy idea that inside every immigrant is a Republican waiting to get out.

“The demographic moves against us,” Perdue told supporters in a leaked off-the-record phone call late last week [GOP senator gives activists grim 2020 assessment amid fears over holding Senate, by Alex Rogers and Manu Raju, CNN, April 29, 2020].
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When Perdue won in 2014 by 8 points, 74 percent of whites voted for him. Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp won the same proportion of whites in 2018, yet only beat Democratic opponent Stacey Abrams by a little more than 1 point.

That’s because the electorate went from 64 percent white to 60 percent in just four years, and the number of white registered voters has dropped from 62 percent in 2016 to 59 today.

Hispanic and Asian immigrants, the only two groups growing in registered voters, drove the shift in such places as Gwinnett County, once a GOP fortress [Rise of young and diverse Georgia voters may influence 2020 elections, by Mark Niesse, The Atlanta-Journal Constitution, February 11, 2020].

Recent census data show that the county’s white population has declined 3.4 percentage points since 2010, while the nonwhite population jumped more than 7 percentage points [Gwinnett’s nonwhite populations continue to grow, Census says, by Amanda C. Coyne, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, June 21, 2019].

The county is now just 39 percent white, basically thanks to immigration: 25 percent of its residents are foreign-born. In 1980, when the county was 96 percent white, less than 2 percent were foreign born [Duluth’s ‘Demographic Destiny Train’, by Adina Solomon, Curbed, November 13, 2019].

Mitt Romney won Gwinnett by almost 10 points in 2012. But just four years later, the walls came tumbling down. Hillary Clinton won Gwinnett, as did Stacey Abrams in 2018—and not by a thin margin. She crushed Kemp by 14 points there in the 2018 gubernatorial election.

Unsurprisingly, Democrats eagerly champion the demographic change. Once immigration drives enough whites from the state and the bitter-enders are outnumbered, it’s over for the Party of Trump.

“In every way, that benefits the Democratic Party,” said Scott Hogan, the Democratic Party’s executive director. “Georgia is in play. The state is going to go blue. It’s just a matter of when” [Rise of young and diverse Georgia voters may influence 2020 elections, by Mark Niesse, February 11, 2020].

Still, sooner is better than later.

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Another reason we need as much Demographic Blueshift as possible as quickly as possible:

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We can do it (provided we get turnout)!

www.thenewamerican.com/usnews/immigration/item/32675-will-9-new-hispanics-for-every-1-new-white-in-texas-end-gop-presidential-chances

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Governor Gavin Newsom (D-Calif.) just predicted that the national GOP is headed for the “waste bin of history” because our whole country is becoming like his Golden State. Now come new census estimates that may prove him a prophet: Texas, a must-win state for Republicans in presidential elections, is experiencing demographic change that will eventually turn it left.

Non-Hispanic whites are currently still a plurality in Texas. But this will soon change owing to, among other demographic phenomena, the state having gained nine new Hispanics for every one new non-Hispanic white in 2018. As the Texas Tribune reports:

With Hispanics expected to become the largest population group in Texas as soon as 2022, new population estimates released Thursday by the U.S. Census Bureau showed the Hispanic population climbed to nearly 11.4 million — an annual gain of 214,736 through July 2018 and an increase of 1.9 million since 2010.

The white population, meanwhile, grew by just 24,075 last year. Texas still has a bigger white population — up to 11.9 million last year — but it has only grown by roughly 484,000 since 2010. The white population’s growth has been so sluggish this decade that it barely surpassed total growth among Asian Texans, who make up a tiny share of the total population, in the same time period.

Asian-descent Texans’ population has actually increased the most percentagewise — 49 percent since 2010. Other major groups’ percentage increases since that year are Hispanics, 20; blacks, 19; and whites, 4.

This is significant not just because it perhaps means a more interesting panoply of restaurants, but because racial/ethnic identification strongly correlates with voting patterns. While Republicans derive approximately 90 percent of their votes from non-Hispanic whites — a group whose population share is shrinking nationwide — the “minority” groups in question cast ballots for Democrats by about 70 to 90 percent margins.

This demographic change is particularly impactful in regard to Texas because it is a GOP must-win in presidential contests. Consider: The Democrats already have as sure wins three of the five states offering the most electoral votes: California, 55; New York, 29; and Illinois, 20. Add to that 104 total other sure-win states, and the Democrats have well more than half the number necessary, which is 270, to win presidential elections.

Moreover, add a decent percentage of Democrat-leaning states, and you’ll know why it has recently been said that the Republicans have “a narrow path to the White House.” Now, remove Texas from the GOP column, and, well, the Grand Old Party will be the Grand Dead Party.

I discuss this more in-depth in my 2012 piece “Does the GOP’s Demographic Death Spiral End in a Texas Graveyard?” But here’s the simplest way to relate the truth in question: Without Texas, Donald Trump in 2016 and G.W. Bush in 2000 and 2004 would have lost. Another way of putting it is: The Republicans wouldn’t have won a presidential election in 30 years — not since 1988.

And they won’t win one ever again if Texas is flipped.
(Note here: For whatever it’s worth, some polls have shown Joe Biden leading President Trump in Texas.)

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www.fastcompany.com/90521390/for-the-first-time-the-majority-of-people-under-16-in-america-are-nonwhite-and-hispanic

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The numbers are in.

The Census Bureau has released its latest population estimates, which include data from 2019. And on the whole, it shows an aging white America and an increasingly diverse United States.

Here are some general insights:

Our nation is getting bigger: The total population hovered around 329 million in 2019, up from around 308 million in 2010.

Baby boomers are no longer babies: The 65-and-older population swelled by nearly 35% between 2010 and 2019, driven by the aging of baby boomers born between 1946 and 1964. In part due to this, the median age of Americans rose from 37.2 years to 38.4 years. (The median age for non-Hispanic whites, in 2019, was 43.7 years, compared to 29.8 for Hispanics, 35 for Asians, and 32.3 for Black Americans.)

The U.S. is becoming more racially diverse: The U.S. population was about 60% non-Hispanic white in 2019, a record low for the country, and experts predict non-Hispanic whites will be a minority in 25 years. Meanwhile, Hispanic and Asian populations grew by 20% and 30%, respectively, from 2010 to 2019, and the Black population grew by 12%. While the white population grew by 4.3% compared to 2010, the number of non-Hispanic whites fell by more than half a million people from 2016 to 2019.

The face of America is changing fast: In 2019, for the first time ever, nonwhites and Hispanics were the majority for people under the age of 16, signaling a demographic shift that experts expect will continue over the coming decades.

25 years is too long. With a better immigration policy we can do it in a small fraction of this time.

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We forgot about this!

us.yahoo.com/news/house-vote-making-dc-51st-104947242.html

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Advocates of statehood say it's a long-overdue change for a city that lacks any voting representation in Congress.

NAACP President Derrick Johnson told USA TODAY in a phone interview it was an issue of "fairness" for the city's population.

"This has been a question that's been pushed for over 50 years," he said, even when the district was a majority-Black city. "This goes beyond just race. This goes to the fundamental issue of fair representation for all citizens of the United States."

Census Bureau data shows that 46.4% of the district's population is African American, 11.3% is Hispanic or Latino and 4.4% is Asian, and the district's population is larger than Wyoming and Vermont.

In a Friday press conference, Pelosi touted Friday’s vote as a move “long overdue” that would offer “justice” to the people living in D.C., allowing them equality to Americans across the country.

“The fact is, people in the District of Columbia pay taxes, fight our wars, risk their lives for our democracy. And yet, in this state, in this place, they have no vote in the House or the Senate, about whether we go to war and how those taxes are exacted,” Pelosi said.

In a speech on the House floor, House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer, D-Md., said the citizens in the nation's capital, which he noted was "historically one of our largest African American cities" had been "disenfranchised and shortchanged for too long."

President Barack Obama said in 2014 that he supported D.C. statehood, putting the district's "Taxation Without Representation" license plates on the presidential limousine.

There is support for statehood outside the district, too. National Democratic leaders voiced their support for D.C. statehood in a Twitter thread Thursday, with former Vice President Joe Biden, former South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg, Sen. Kamala Harris, and others tweeting "DC should be a state. Pass it on."
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"D.C. will never be a state," Trump told the New York Post. "You mean District of Columbia, a state? Why? So we can have two more Democratic — Democrat senators and five more congressmen? No thank you. That’ll never happen."

The Senate currently is split 53-47, the majority held by Republicans, and adding two D.C. senators would cut into the GOP advantage in the chamber.

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Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: 90sRetroFan on July 06, 2020, 01:05:20 am
Latest census analysis:

https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/us-population-growth-has-been-driven-exclusively-by-minorities/ar-BB16kTl6

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8491551/US-population-growth-driven-minorities-white-population-declining.html

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Frey adds: 'The Census Bureau was not projecting white population losses to occur until after 2024. This makes any national population growth even more reliant on other race and ethnic groups.'

It is good to be ahead of schedule.

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Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: 90sRetroFan on July 22, 2020, 12:59:15 am
A reminder of why Demographic Blueshift is so important:

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8538793/Trump-beating-Biden-white-male-voters-wont-say-accept-2020-results.html

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While Donald Trump continues to slip in the polls against Joe Biden, the president still remains ahead among two demographics – male and white voters, but the presumed Democratic nominee is still ahead in almost every other demographic.
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when it comes to male voters, Trump is up by 5 percentage points, but among women voters, Biden leads the president by 9 points.

White voters are also much more likely to cast their ballot for Trump over Biden in the November elections – those with a college degree by a 3 per ent margin and without a degree by 9 percentage points.

Biden is ahead of Trump among all other races.

A massive 64 per cent of black voters say they would vote for Biden over Trump while the Democrat is ahead among Hispanic voters by 30 per cent.
Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: 90sRetroFan on July 26, 2020, 03:17:35 am
Hartmann focuses on gender:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ooLudMy2OJg

Which is not to say, however, that gender is the most decisive factor (refer to the top left and middle right maps, as well as the asterisked text):

(https://i.imgur.com/cGcgCFc.jpg)
Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: 90sRetroFan on July 27, 2020, 03:51:47 pm
Our enemies, trying to figure out why they are losing, are forced to admit that their entire movement is based on delusion:

https://www.amren.com/news/2020/07/the-political-bankruptcy-of-american-white-nationalism/

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For obvious reasons, non-white immigration has always been an issue of paramount importance to the white racialist community. Such individuals therefore constitute the bulk of fervent anti-immigration activists, though many of them might fiercely deny the nature of those sentiments, perhaps even to themselves. But these political zealots may mistakenly convince themselves that the general public shares their particular ideological focus. Instead, I see very little evidence that the immigration issue is of overriding importance to “normies,” except in particular situations when it directly affects their lives in a negative way.

As an example, white voters in heavily immigrant California had supported Trump in 2016 by 20-25 points less than whites in the rest of the country, with the striking disconnect between his anti-immigrant rhetoric and their own personal experiences probably being a major factor. By sharp contrast, immigration was an especially powerful issue for Trump in a state like West Virginia, which has almost no Hispanics or immigrants of any kind, and whose voters therefore drew their entire understanding of the issue from FoxNews and Breitbart rather than from real life. But political issues that are substantially a creation of media propaganda inherently have less staying power than those with organic roots.
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So this is the dilemma faced by Alt-Right leaders and similar “nationalist” right-wingers, including many of the individuals around Trump. They have spent the last few years focusing on a largely synthetic issue that has very little connection to the actual reality that most ordinary Americans see in their day-to-day lives. And as a result, they may have destroyed themselves politically.
Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: 90sRetroFan on July 31, 2020, 11:14:18 pm
Can we win Arizona this time?

(https://pbs.twimg.com/media/EeNpAzGXkAYNiA8?format=jpg&name=large)
Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: 90sRetroFan on August 02, 2020, 11:27:58 pm
Demographics of BLM support:

(https://www.unz.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/08/blmwhitelove.png)

But again, all the above is insignificant when compared to:

(https://www.unz.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/08/racesex.png)

Want BLM to succeed? The solution is simple.

In other news, our enemies are now resorting to complaining about Henry Ford:

https://barenakedislam.com/2020/08/02/dearborn-michigan-aka-little-baghdad/

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Dearborn, which is often referred to as “Dearbornistan” because of its large Arab Muslim population (more than 40%), is the largest city of its kind in America. And you can thank Henry Ford for that. His virulent hated for Jews is why he brought in tens of thousands of Muslims to work at his automobile manufacturing plants in Dearborn.
Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: 90sRetroFan on August 03, 2020, 11:19:16 pm
(https://www.unz.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/08/whites-2.png)

(https://www.unz.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/08/blacks.png)

(https://www.unz.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/08/hispanics.png)

(https://www.unz.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/08/other.png)

Have we Blueshifted enough to defeat Trump? We will find out in a few months.

Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: 90sRetroFan on August 12, 2020, 02:58:36 pm
Why we need more immigration:

(https://www.unz.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/08/noncitvote.png)
Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: 90sRetroFan on August 21, 2020, 11:26:31 pm
Increasingly, leftist talk shows are openly confronting the demographic question:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Wt5Lj77STk

And yet they still can't bring themselves to propose state control over reproduction as the solution, instead saying inane stuff like "We don't have the answers." Well, we here have had the answer from the beginning.
Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: rp on August 22, 2020, 12:05:45 pm
“We don’t have the answers”
Of course you don’t, you are a Jew, Pakman
Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: 90sRetroFan on September 02, 2020, 03:54:36 pm
(https://www.unz.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/hispasn.png)
Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: 90sRetroFan on September 26, 2020, 01:16:31 am
https://news.yahoo.com/why-arizona-tilting-blue-states-185958605.html

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If Arizona flips from red to blue this year — and according to most polls, that appears highly possible — it would be a historical outlier: The state has voted Republican in every presidential election since 1952, except one.

But it probably wouldn’t be a blip.

Arizona has been trending blue for years, driven by its increasingly ethnically diverse electorate and growing Democratic strength among suburban voters.

“The state’s clearly in motion,” said Paul Maslin, a veteran Democratic pollster. A victory there for Joe Biden, Maslin added, “would be a furthering of those trends: the Latino vote locking in for Democrats, but also a suburban vote — around Phoenix and Tucson — moving Democratic.”

But it won't mean a thing if we let Trump get away with cheating.
Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: 90sRetroFan on September 26, 2020, 11:27:48 pm
Texas remains the big prize:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Py930-vLLE
Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: 90sRetroFan on September 29, 2020, 12:09:04 am
https://www.pewresearch.org/2020/09/23/the-changing-racial-and-ethnic-composition-of-the-u-s-electorate/

But what good is this if we allow rightists to get away with the current level of voter suppression?

https://trueleft.createaforum.com/news/voter-suppression/
Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: 90sRetroFan on October 08, 2020, 11:41:11 pm
https://www.sctimes.com/story/opinion/2020/10/02/changing-voter-demographics-alter-future-elections/5889105002/

So, can we flip Texas in 2020?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ONU_pcflQDs
Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: 90sRetroFan on October 15, 2020, 11:55:01 pm
Encouraging article:

https://www.politico.com/news/2020/10/11/gen-z-fall-trumpism-gop-realignment-424171
Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: 90sRetroFan on October 18, 2020, 12:08:33 am
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0X_0Xcwly0Y
Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: guest5 on October 25, 2020, 05:15:58 pm
He Worked in the Trump Administration, Now He's Trying to Flip This Red District
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How Democratic candidate Cameron Webb is flipping votes in Virginia's 5th district.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EBvujIi5_Ik
Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: 90sRetroFan on November 04, 2020, 10:48:43 pm
https://www.usnews.com/news/business/articles/2020-11-04/puerto-rico-awaits-final-result-in-tight-gubernatorial-race

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Voters also favored a nonbinding referendum that asked, “Should Puerto Rico be admitted immediately into the union as a state?," which was backed by more than 52% support, with more than 95% of votes counted.

However, U.S. Congress would have to approve of any changes to the island’s political status.

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Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: guest5 on November 07, 2020, 01:19:15 pm
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Joe Biden is projected to have won his birth state of Pennsylvania, pushing his electoral vote total beyond the 270 needed to win the election. The Keystone State had gone blue in every presidential election since 1988 until Trump flipped it by less than 1% of the vote in 2016. Biden had focused his campaign intensely on the commonwealth in the final days of the race, with major rallies in Philadelphia and Pittsburgh on the eve of the election. In his final campaign speech, Biden called on Pennsylvanians to be the deciding voice of the election, saying, 'You represent the backbone of this country: hardworking families who are asking nothing but a fair shot, an even chance. Ordinary people doing extraordinary things … The power to change this country is in your hands.'
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Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: guest5 on November 07, 2020, 02:57:32 pm
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Joe Biden is projected to have won Nevada, bringing his projected electoral vote total exactly to the 270 needed to win the election. The victory heralds a seismic shift in American politics and brings an end to the chaotic presidency of Donald Trump. There are still votes to be counted before the results are official, and the Trump campaign is likely to demand a recount in states where Biden's margin of victory was slim, which they are entitled to do. Pres. Trump has already made false and baseless claims of 'cheating.' But at present, Biden and Harris are on track to be inaugurated as president and vice president on January 20, 2021.
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Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: 90sRetroFan on November 11, 2020, 10:18:06 pm
Credit where credit is due:

https://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/credited-boosting-democrats-georgia-stacey-abrams-looks-january-n1247281

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Stacey Abrams isn't slowing down.

Soon after it became clear Friday that Georgia, once a reliable Republican stronghold, wouldn't easily bend toward victory for President Donald Trump, Abrams, the voting rights activist and former candidate for governor, took to social media.

First, she recognized the achievement, thanking elated voters and activists in a video posted to her social media accounts for their efforts over the years to create "this new Georgia." Then, she turned their attention elsewhere: to the state's two potential Senate runoff races.

"We have seen what is possible when we work hard and when we work together," Abrams said in the video statement. "We know we can win Georgia. Now let's get it done, again."

That laser focus on turning out voters and protecting their votes has come to define Abrams, who is being widely applauded for her work in transforming Georgia into a battleground.
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Although the presidential race is still too close to call in Georgia, tributes have been pouring in for Abrams from prominent Democrats, activists and celebrities as President-elect Joe Biden's vote margin over Trump has widened.

"Either way this goes in Georgia, we owe @staceyabrams our greatest gratitude and respect," former national security adviser Susan Rice tweeted Nov. 4. "Rarely does one person deserve such disproportionate credit for major progress and change."
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Democrats are hopeful that the momentum she and other organizers have built will be enough to oust Republicans from Georgia's Senate seats.

Raphael Warnock, a Democrat, will face Republican incumbent Kelly Loeffler in a runoff Jan. 5. Meanwhile, Republican Sen. David Perdue's race against Democrat Jon Ossoff is still rated "too close to call" by NBC News. It could also go to a runoff if Perdue remains short of the 50 percent threshold he needs to win outright.

Abrams has already fired up her campaign to get Warnock and Ossoff elected, doing media rounds this week and calling on Georgia voters and fundraisers.

What we need someone who does what Abrams does but in promoting leftist firearm ownership. As I keep saying, Demographic Blueshift is not just about voting. Ultimately it is about rising above our enemies in firepower:

https://trueleft.createaforum.com/true-left-vs-false-left/firearms/
Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: 90sRetroFan on November 26, 2020, 10:53:56 pm
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1xCRPrnQZl8

All our enemies have left is:

https://trueleft.createaforum.com/news/voter-suppression/
Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: 90sRetroFan on November 30, 2020, 02:13:52 am
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1ZIL_N9cKs0
Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: 90sRetroFan on December 01, 2020, 10:30:57 pm
https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/asian-americans-georgia-senate/2020/11/28/28521068-2ad2-11eb-9b14-ad872157ebc9_story.html

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Georgia’s hand recount and vote certification confirmed that Asian American and Pacific Islander voters — who make up the fastest-growing demographic in Georgia — helped swing the state for the Democrats for the first time since 1992.

While AAPI voters comprise only about 4 percent of Georgia’s population, that amounts to roughly 238,000 eligible voters, more than enough to determine races in the narrowly divided state. Georgia saw a 91 percent increase in AAPI voter turnout over 2016, according to an analysis by the Democratic firm Target­Smart, and exit polls showed Asian American voters preferred Joe Biden to President Trump by 2 to 1.

Strong turnout among Latino and Black voters also contributed to Biden’s win, in Georgia and across the country. But the near-doubling of turnout among Asian American voters — who historically have had some of the lowest turnout nationally — suggests a far-reaching change that could resonate for decades.

That change also played out in swing states like Arizona, Michigan and Nevada, where changing demographics and rapidly diversifying suburbs are reconfiguring the political map. In every battleground state, the AAPI community increased its turnout more than any other group, and in Georgia and Arizona, traditionally red states that went for Biden, the vote was decided by a margin that was less than the increase in AAPI voters, TargetSmart noted.

“We are that new electorate,” said Stephanie Cho, executive director of the Atlanta chapter of Asian Americans Advancing Justice. “Us along with Black women voters, along with Latino voters, along with young people, really have changed the trajectory of what Georgia looks like.”
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Progressive organizers say the surge of AAPI votes helped Democrats retake a U.S. House seat in the 7th Congressional District, where Carolyn Bourdeaux won by fewer than 9,000 votes. That was the only seat in the country that Democrats flipped this year, other than two in North Carolina that were reshaped by redistricting.

A similar transformation was evident in the five-person Gwinnett County Board of Commissioners, which went from being all-White and all-Republican in 2016 to an entirely Democratic commission this year, consisting of four Black members and one Asian American.

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Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: 90sRetroFan on December 03, 2020, 10:27:11 pm
https://www.nbcnews.com/news/asian-america/how-south-asian-american-socialist-candidates-are-helping-lead-left-n1248658

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Mamdani is one of three South Asian members of the Democratic Socialists of America who won historic down-ballot races earlier this month. In Pennsylvania, former magazine editor Nikil Saval became the first Asian American elected to the state Senate. And in Los Angeles, urban planner Nithya Raman will be the first Asian American women elected to city council. As first-time Democratic Socialists of America-endorsed candidates, they unseated Democratic incumbents while espousing progressive policies such as "Medicare for All," the Green New Deal and defunding the police.

Their wins point to the growing prominence of young South Asians on the left, many of whom, in the past half-decade, have transitioned from community activism to electoral politics.

“These candidates are successful not only because of the work they’ve done in South Asian communities,” Abdullah Younus, a member of the Democratic Socialists of America's national leadership body, said, “but also because the issues that they’re campaigning on — around housing, education and climate — cut across age divides and diaspora divides.”

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Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: 90sRetroFan on December 08, 2020, 10:43:28 pm
Now is a good time to resume the push for abolishing the Electoral College:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XtYA2p8G3rg
Title: First Native American Cabinet Secretary in American History
Post by: guest5 on December 18, 2020, 12:37:54 am
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President-elect Joe Biden has selected Rep. Deb Haaland (D-NM) to lead the Department of the Interior, the Washington Post reports. If confirmed, Haaland would become the first Native American Cabinet secretary in American history.

Haaland, a first-term congresswoman, is an enrolled member of the Pueblo of Laguna and also has Jemez Pueblo heritage, and she has broken barriers before in her political career. Haaland became the first Native American woman to be elected to lead a state party, becoming the chair of the Democratic Party of New Mexico in 2015. During her time as party chair, she went to Standing Rock to stand alongside those protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline. In 2018, Haaland was elected to the House of Representatives; she was one of the first two Native American women to do so, alongside Sharice Davids (D-KS), an enrolled member of the Ho-Chunk Nation.

‘I stand here today, a proud 35th generation New Mexican,’ Haaland said during her speech at this summer's DNC, where she reflected on the mistreatment and abuse suffered by Indigenous populations in America, often at the hands of the government. ‘My people survived centuries of slavery, genocide, and brutal assimilation policies. But throughout our past, tribal nations have fought for and helped build this country... I’m a symbol of our resilience as the embodiment of America’s progress as a nation.’

As head of the Department of the Interior, Haaland would oversee an agency of approx 70,000 people dedicated to the management and conservation of the nation’s federal lands and will likely play a key role in advancing the Biden administration’s efforts to boost land conservation, protect natural resources, and work towards a carbon-free power sector by 2035. If confirmed, Haaland’s leadership will likely present an about-face for the department, which, under Trump, has moved to undo protections for large swaths of federal lands and has even moved to open up protected lands like the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge for oil and gas drilling and extraction.
https://www.youtube.com/post/UgzXnjGpTNzhttxbHqV4AaABCQ
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Biden picks first Native American as Cabinet secretary, source says
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Democratic Rep. Deb Haaland of New Mexico has been picked to be Biden’s interior secretary, a source says. If confirmed, she would become the first Native American Cabinet secretary.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pu1Pbqek6E8
Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: 90sRetroFan on December 18, 2020, 10:22:33 pm
https://www.pewresearch.org/fact-tank/2020/12/15/black-eligible-voters-have-accounted-for-nearly-half-of-georgia-electorates-growth-since-2000/

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Prominent public figures such as Democrat Stacey Abrams, a former lawmaker who lost a close race for governor in 2018, have highlighted Georgia’s racial and ethnic diversification as a major driver behind Joe Biden’s victory.

Biden won the state by a very narrow margin of just 0.2%, with about 12,000 votes more than Donald Trump. But it was the first time a Democratic presidential candidate had won the state in nearly three decades.

In 2019, the Black voting population in Georgia reached a record high of 2.5 million eligible voters, making up a third of the state’s total electorate. As a share of eligible voters in the state overall, Black voters saw a 5 percentage point increase between 2000 and 2019. This was the highest growth rate of any racial or ethnic group in Georgia – and also the largest percentage point increase among Black voters in any state in the country.

The Hispanic and Asian American voting populations in Georgia have also grown significantly, more than tripling in size between 2000 and 2019. However, these groups accounted for much smaller shares of the state’s electorate, 5% and 3%, respectively. The number of White voters in the state also grew during this time, but at a lower rate than other major racial and ethnic groups. As a result, the White share of Georgia’s eligible voters declined by 11 points, though the group still accounted for the majority (58%) of Georgia’s electorate in 2019.

Will it be enough to get us the senate seats also?

https://trueleft.createaforum.com/news/georgia-senate-seats/
Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: 90sRetroFan on December 22, 2020, 11:25:14 pm
https://www.thenation.com/article/society/black-votes-reparations-gerrymandering/

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Black votes in this country are worth less than white votes. Joe Biden won the Electoral College because Black voters in Atlanta, Detroit, Milwaukee, and Philadelphia turned out in significant numbers. But even with overwhelming Black support—94 percent of Detroit voted for Biden!—the outcomes in Georgia, Michigan, Wisconsin, and Pennsylvania were worryingly close.   

One core problem is the Electoral College. Wyoming, which has just 580,000 residents and is 93 percent white, gets three electors because of its two senators and one representative in the House. By comparison, Georgia’s Fifth Congressional District—which includes Atlanta, has 710,000 residents, and is 58 percent Black—has no dedicated electors or senators and can only occasionally overcome the mostly white and conservative votes from elsewhere in the state. This devaluation of Black votes allows our political system to ignore Black lives, and the consequences are devastating. Unequal representation has led to unequal health care outcomes, which the Covid-19 pandemic has only worsened. Without sufficient voting power, Black communities receive substandard education, and politicians are free to appoint judges who sanction mass incarceration, abusive policing, and electoral disenfranchisement.

This is all by design. The Constitution’s framers set up the Electoral College to protect the interests of slave states. Along with the Senate, the Electoral College was critical in the endurance of slavery and its continuation by other means. Abolishing this system would mean that ballots cast by Black voters—or any voters, for that matter—would count the same.

But there’s another way to undo the damage of the Electoral College and other structurally racist political institutions: We can implement vote reparations by double-counting ballots cast by all Black residents. The poisonous legacy of slavery applies to Black people regardless of when we or our ancestors arrived in this country. Vote reparations should also extend to Native Americans. Slavery is rightly called America’s original sin, but so too was the United States’ genocidal seizure of land from its original inhabitants. Various legal forms of disenfranchisement have applied to them. It wasn’t until 1962 that all Native Americans were allowed to vote, and even then they faced—and still face—electoral obstacles. These are not the only examples of American oppression; we should include in vote reparations others who have suffered similar disenfranchisement.

One of the largest objections to monetary reparations is the impracticality of implementing them on a scale that would meaningfully address the injustices. Vote reparations, in contrast, would be a simple, low-cost way to begin to make amends.
Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: 90sRetroFan on January 08, 2021, 12:15:37 am
I support this:

https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/violence-at-us-capitol-raises-new-calls-for-dc-statehood-as-mostly-black-city-decries-display-of-white-nationalism/ar-BB1cz61n

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On Thursday, Bowser went further, calling once again for Congress to make the city its own government, with the same representation in the Senate and House afforded to the 50 states.

“Washingtonians have waited over 200 years for the representation we deserve as American citizens,” the mayor said in her statement.
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White supremacy has historically shaped residential segregation in the district, said Amaka Okechukwu, an assistant professor on conflict and race at George Mason University in nearby Fairfax, Virginia.

“The federal government’s refusal to grant D.C. statehood has functioned as a mass political disenfranchisement of primarily African American residents,” said Okechukwu.
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Nicole Holliday, 33, lives in Columbia Heights, a diverse neighborhood a few miles away from the violence at the Capitol. She made sure to walk her dog before 6 p.m. Wednesday when the curfew went into effect because she said she wasn't sure what would happen after dark and if the mob spread throughout the city.

"You don't want the Proud Boys outside your house," Holliday said.

As a Black woman, she said she was not surprised at all that the riot occurred.

"When they waltzed into the Capitol like they owned it, they were because they act like they own it. They think they own it," she said.

Holliday also saw the stark distinction between how people were treated by police on Wednesday compared to Black protesters over the summer during Black Lives Matter protests, when mostly peaceful demonstrators were greeted with armed law enforcement officers, tear gas and state-sanctioned violence.

"If these people were Black, they would be dead before they got to the building," she said.
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"I don't think that people that don't live in the District realize how frustrating it is that you don't have control over what happens in your everyday life," she said. "The idea of D.C. statehood is not just theoretical for us."
Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: 90sRetroFan on January 11, 2021, 12:58:29 am
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q4-7xGxiFHw

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Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: 90sRetroFan on January 11, 2021, 11:16:56 pm
https://www.nytimes.com/2021/01/08/opinion/georgia-black-political-power.html

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We Need a Second Great Migration
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Simply put, my proposition was this: that Black people reverse the Great Migration — the mass migration of millions of African-Americans largely from the rural South to cities primarily in the North and West that spanned from 1916 to 1970. That they return to the states where they had been at or near the majority after the Civil War, and to the states where Black people currently constitute large percentages of the population.
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In South Carolina, the Black share of the population declined from 55 percent to about 30 percent. Over six decades, six million people left the South.

Reversing that tide would create dense Black communities, and that density would translate into statewide political power.
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In November, Georgia voted blue for the first time since Bill Clinton won the state in 1992. A majority of those who voted for Joe Biden were Black. This week, Georgia elected its first Black senator in state history — indeed the first popularly elected Democratic Black senator from the whole South: Raphael Warnock
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The success of the Democratic Party’s gains there were in part due to a massive voter enfranchisement effort led by Stacey Abrams, the former candidate for governor, whose group Fair Fight helped register 800,000 new voters in the state in just two years. But it was also attributable to a rise in the state’s Black population.

In the early 1990s, Black people constituted a little over a quarter of the population; now they constitute about a third of it. The Atlanta metro area saw an increase of 251,000 Black people between 2010 and 2016. In 2018, The Atlantic magazine described this area as the “epicenter of what demographers are calling the ‘reverse Great Migration’” of Black people to the South.
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Of course questions — and doubts — abound about such a proposal. Questions like: Isn’t the proposal racist on its face?

No. The point here is not to impose a new racial hierarchy, but to remove an existing one. Race, as we have come to understand it, is a fiction; but, racism, as we have come to live it, is a fact. After centuries of waiting for white majorities to overturn white supremacy, it has fallen to Black people to do it themselves.
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White people outside the South are more likely to say the right words, but many possess the same bigotry. Racism is everywhere. And if that’s the case, wouldn’t you rather have some real political power to address that racism?
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“If you change the South, you change the entire nation.” This is not surprising coming from Barber, whose own parents were reverse migrants who moved back South to fight racism.

All these objections are to say nothing of the backlash to come from conservatives, of course. One lesson that history teaches is that the system reacts forcefully, often violently, when whiteness faces the threat of a diminution of its power. And that’s exactly what we saw in this week’s storming of the Capitol by supporters of the white power president Donald J. Trump, in concert with his efforts to overturn the election.

For 150 years, Black Americans have been hoping and waiting. We have marched and resisted. Many of our most prominent leaders have appeased and kowtowed. We have seen our hard-earned gains eroded by an evolving white supremacy, while at the same time we have been told that true and full equality was imminent. But, there is no more guarantee of that today than there was a century ago.

I say to Black people: Return to the South, cast down your anchor and create an environment in which racial oppression has no place.

With that said, while calculated redistributive migration within the US to flip key states from Red to Blue (while being careful not to flip other states from Blue to Red in the process!) is a good idea, this is ultimately no substitute for immigration from outside the US into the US to secure Blue power.
Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: guest5 on January 12, 2021, 12:44:37 am
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Of course questions — and doubts — abound about such a proposal. Questions like: Isn’t the proposal racist on its face?

No. The point here is not to impose a new racial hierarchy, but to remove an existing one. Race, as we have come to understand it, is a fiction; but, racism, as we have come to live it, is a fact. After centuries of waiting for white majorities to overturn white supremacy, it has fallen to Black people to do it themselves.
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White people outside the South are more likely to say the right words, but many possess the same bigotry. Racism is everywhere. And if that’s the case, wouldn’t you rather have some real political power to address that racism?
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“If you change the South, you change the entire nation.” This is not surprising coming from Barber, whose own parents were reverse migrants who moved back South to fight racism.

That was so well said it was refreshing to read. Much better strategy than fleeing as well. A little ray of light in some otherwise dark times.
Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: 90sRetroFan on January 12, 2021, 02:16:13 am
Yes. As I have said over and over again, the US has nukes. If you flee from the US to a country without nukes in order to escape racism, you are inviting the racists to nuke you.

The only correct response is to seize control of the nukes from the racists. This requires Demographic Blueshift. And until then, you need to stay close enough to the racists so that they cannot nuke you without nuking themselves at the same time. It is literally no different than grappling someone who is holding a handgun. The worst response is to try to run away. You will get shot if you do. Your best chance is to disarm the opponent or at least keep the opponent unable to point the gun at you while you call for additional help.
Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: guest5 on January 16, 2021, 03:18:15 pm
Let's talk about what North Carolina can teach the Democratic party....
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BE6rIwYUuqo
Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: 90sRetroFan on January 19, 2021, 10:45:25 pm
https://us.yahoo.com/finance/news/uncomfortable-truth-why-more-white-190000980.html

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Tomorrow, Kamala Harris will make history as the first woman, the first Black woman, and the first woman of Asian descent to be inaugurated as Vice President. In her first speech as Vice President–elect last November, Harris took to the stage wearing suffragist white and declared that she stood on the shoulders of generations of women who had paved her path.

And yet, the 2020 election and its aftermath revealed—once again—some ugly truths about women voters, like the fact that a majority of white women did not stand with her. White women’s Republican support was even more pronounced in the Georgia Senate elections, where a mere 31% of white women supported Senators-elect Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff. And white women were prominent participants in this month’s deadly Capitol insurrection and other incidents of white supremacist mob violence across the country.
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we should stop being surprised by the fact that many white women vote Republican. For years, many white progressives have assumed that the GOP would be increasingly alienating to women, as a result of their continual assaults on women’s health and abortion, hostility to “caring economy” policies such as paid leave and childcare, and open embrace of leaders facing allegations of sexual harassment and assault. But while it’s true that women of color are the base of the Democratic Party—with Black women’s Democratic support, in particular, routinely exceeding 90%—white women in fact have narrowly favored the Republican presidential candidate for the better part of 70 years. Their support for Trump in 2016 and 2020 was not an aberration but the continuation of a long-standing pattern.

We should also stop being shocked by the fact that white supremacy and the politics of white grievance appeal to many white women. Particularly in the Trump era, it’s been easy to put a white male face on racism—loud guys screaming at MAGA rallies—and to imagine that white women would be highly motivated to fight against it.

But history tells a different story. Race, not gender, has always been the primary driver of white women’s politics. White suffragists worked alongside Black women and men for universal suffrage, but the passage of the 15th Amendment split the movement along racial lines. Elizabeth Cady Stanton referred to Black men as “Sambos” and argued that the amendment “creates an antagonism everywhere between educated, refined women and the lower orders of men, especially in the South.” And once the 19th Amendment passed and white women secured their right to participate in American democracy, white suffragists like Alice Paul turned a blind eye to the continued disenfranchisement of Black women, calling it a civil rights, not a women’s rights, issue.

White women have also been complicit in the weaponization of our identities in service of racial terrorism, from lynchings of Black men that white men committed in defense of white women’s supposed “virtue” to today’s Amy Coopers and “Permit Pattys” calling police on Black men who threaten their privilege. As historian Elizabeth Gillespie McRae told me on the podcast, white segregationist women shaped racist historical narratives for millions of public school students through their roles on textbook selection committees in the Jim Crow South, and led fights for school segregation in the North, masked in the color-blind language of “choice” and “neighborhood schools.”

Second, progressives also need to acknowledge the power of the traditional nuclear family in shaping white women’s perceived political interests. Conservatives have spent decades positioning the white, nuclear family as an ideal deserving of reverence and protection. There’s a reason for this: It pays off for them in the voting booth. Married white women favor Republican candidates at higher rates than their unmarried counterparts. Trump’s evocation of that family ideal through his appeals to “suburban housewives” may well have strengthened his appeals to his base.

Third, white women’s perception of their political interests have been shaped by a vast right-wing organizing machine. Beginning in the 1970s, Phyllis Schlafly successfully channeled angst over eroding postwar economic stability for the white middle class into a mass political movement of highly religious white women. Paul Weyrich and Jerry Falwell Sr. solidified that support by making opposition to abortion the centerpiece of that movement and building a vast network of right-wing evangelical churches that remain a powerful political force to this day. And through vehicles like the Koch family–funded Independent Women’s Forum (IWF), the movement has deployed softer rhetoric to engage independent white women voters. According to Lisa Graves of the True North research group, this included mobilizing more than 200,000 voters for Trump in Wisconsin in 2016, a number vastly exceeding his narrow 22,000 vote margin of victory in that state.
Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: 90sRetroFan on January 25, 2021, 11:04:37 pm
https://www.yahoo.com/lifestyle/white-people-least-likely-to-wear-masks-consistently-study-finds-231848231.html

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White people, the researchers found, were the least likely of any race to wear a mask consistently, with just 46 percent reporting that they wear one while in close contact with people they do not live with. That was compared with 67 percent of Black people, 63 percent of Latinos and 65 percent of people from other races.

Dr. Uché Blackstock, founder and CEO of Advancing Health Equity and a Yahoo Life medical contributor, says the statistics aren’t unexpected. “It’s not terribly surprising,” Blackstock says. “The videos that we've seen on social media and television of people refusing to wear a mask or demonstrating against it have been predominantly white.”

This agrees with my own anecdotal observations also.

If Demographic Blueshift had proceeded faster in previous decades, the pandemic would have been less damaging. It is that simple.
Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: 90sRetroFan on February 10, 2021, 11:33:00 pm
Credit where credit is due:

https://www.washingtonpost.com/nation/2021/02/03/how-grassroots-efforts-by-georgias-latinos-helped-tip-senate-races/

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Selena Herrera’s political awakening began last summer when, horrified by the police killing of George Floyd, she organized a protest for racial justice in Tifton, Ga.

“It was a big thing for a lot of people to know that even here in the Deep South that we hear everyone and they know that they have somebody there that can support them,” Herrera said, adding that the need to be seen and heard was especially important for the Black and Latino communities in her rural hometown of 16,000, about 180 miles south of Atlanta.

Herrera, 22, became more attuned to injustices around her and wanted to fight for the rights of LGBTQ individuals and undocumented immigrants, some of whom are in her own family. She started knocking on doors as a paid community organizer to get out the vote during last year’s general election season as part of a grass-roots effort by the Georgia Latino Alliance for Human Rights (GLAHR), a nonprofit that supports immigrant rights.
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“My reaction was just like, ‘We’ve got to get on it, we’ve got to move,’ ” said Herrera, who said she led a team of 21 young Latino and Black canvassers during the runoffs. “I felt like it gave us a chance to do what we had to do for change.”
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“No doubt the Latino vote could have made the difference, potentially the difference between winning and losing,” said Adelina Nicholls, the executive director for GLAHR, which partnered with Mijente, a national organization that advocates for Latinos.

The number of eligible Hispanic voters in the Atlanta metro area is expanding. There were 60 percent more Hispanic registered voters in 2020 compared with 2016, up from 106,000 to 170,000, according to the Pew Research Center.

Organizers are tapping into demographic changes that are transforming the state. The median age of Latinos in Georgia is 27, according to census data, with many of them born in the United States to parents who are undocumented.

While foreign-born Latinos first immigrated to the Atlanta metro in the 1980s in search of work in construction and other industries, most of the new growth in the Latino population in the city in the past 15 years has been driven by U.S.-born Latinos, according to a report from the Atlanta Regional Commission. Atlanta projects its Latino population will grow from about 12 percent in 2015 to 21 percent by 2050.
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GLAHR helped elect Keybo Taylor as the first Black sheriff of Gwinnett County in November. In one of his first acts as sheriff, Taylor fulfilled his campaign promise to eliminate the 287(g) immigration program, which allowed the county jail to collaborate with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
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“So many of these kids all these years have been witnesses to ICE outside of their door, or they have been witnesses of the arrest of their parents, or they have been stopped by the police several times,” Nicholls said. And that “has had deep repercussions in our communities, very, very, very deep.”

Voto Latino, a national organization that focuses on voter registration, tapped into the 18- to 39-year-old demographic and partnered with Stacey Abrams’s Fair Fight Action initiative. Ahead of the general election, Voto Latino registered 36,000 voters over the course of the year, said María Teresa Kumar, Voto Latino’s founding president. They registered 11,528 more between Nov. 30 and Dec. 7 for the Senate runoffs.

“You are seeing a shift in young people of color aging into the population, and engaging them in the process early is critical,” Kumar said. “You can say that that was the reason why Arizona flipped this year as well. … That was why Virginia flipped four years ago, that was why Nevada flipped, and Georgia is part of that trend.”

“When we started Voto Latino [in 2014], 30,000 Latinos were turning 18 every single year. A Latino turns 18 every 30 seconds now, and that will be the case for the next 10 years,” Kumar said.

Herrera, from Tifton, says that she is hopeful young voters of color like herself will stay engaged and become more influential in upcoming elections.

“Now we know why it’s so important, and we’ll have a big impact on future elections,” Herrera said. “Black and Brown solidarity is huge, and I think our young generation knows that.”

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Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: 90sRetroFan on February 16, 2021, 09:19:19 pm
Let's add the Virgin Islands to candidates for statehood along with Puerto Rico and DC!

https://www.850wftl.com/puerto-ricos-governor-make-us-a-state/

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Governor Pedro Pierluisi told Axios on HBO he expects statehood legislation to be proposed in the House by mid-March.

“What I anticipate is that there will be considerable support for a statehood bill in this Congress,” Pierluisi said.
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Pierluisi, who was elected governor in the November election and sworn in last month, ran on a promise to gain statehood for the territory, the Associated Press reported.

US Virgin Islands Delegate Stacey Plaskett is also pushing the idea of statehood: “It wasn’t until the territories … had predominantly brown people that the United States decided that we would remain territories in perpetuity.”
Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: 90sRetroFan on February 19, 2021, 12:39:12 am
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sjAfOi8piMk
Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: guest5 on February 22, 2021, 09:11:25 pm
Texans Sent A Mariachi Band To Ted Cruz's House
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Texans punked Senator Ted Cruz after he punked Texas.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RO4JGGEulSc
Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: 90sRetroFan on February 28, 2021, 12:20:54 am
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n1NmFlXNu4o
Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: 90sRetroFan on March 04, 2021, 02:47:12 am
A respectable failure that should convince us to keep pushing the issue:

https://www.yahoo.com/news/majority-house-dems-vote-favor-210932496.html

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An amendment that would have lowered the federal voting age from 18 to 16 as part of the H.R. 1 voting rights package failed to pass the House on Wednesday but received support from a majority of House Democrats.
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“Beginning at the age of 16, young people are contributing to both the labor force and their local economies by paying income taxes, and yet they are deprived of the opportunity to exercise their right to vote,” the Massachusetts congresswoman said on the House floor in 2019. “In this country, we affirm that when a person walks into the voting booth and pulls that lever, there is no meritocracy or hierarchy. The booth is the equalizer.”

Pressley, a member of the progressive “Squad” said last month during a Facebook Live chat with Representative Barbara Lee (D., Calif.) and author Ibram X. Kendi that she was “shocked” that lowering the voting age is a “polarizing” topic.

Kendi argued that lowering the voting age is an example of “anti-racist” policy.
Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: 90sRetroFan on March 19, 2021, 11:21:19 pm
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CNIBi4eZFms

We know how important the filibuster is to our enemies just by their reaction:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p12i-35Sy50
Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: 90sRetroFan on March 21, 2021, 10:11:05 pm
We all know that Demographic Blueshift is what Carlson is really worried about:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_jLj-UGbrbQ

Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: 90sRetroFan on March 26, 2021, 02:44:25 am
Our enemies remind us that our strategy is effective:

https://vdare.com/letters/a-reader-says-colorado-is-no-longer-a-red-state-having-been-overrun-with-californians-and-other-newcomers

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It was at one time but has been overrun with Californians and other other newcomers who have turned it into a blue state.
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the "other newcomers" include, apparently, Syrian immigrants, and Colorado is now 20 percent Hispanic.

Hopefully Texas next.
Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: 90sRetroFan on April 02, 2021, 10:29:52 pm
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Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: 90sRetroFan on April 13, 2021, 03:23:41 am
Carlson explicitly calls for the US to imitate Israel in order to prevent Demographic Blueshift:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5cCVHUS0skc

Are False Leftists paying attention? You cannot be leftist without being anti-Israel! So either agree with Carlson, or else agree that Israel should not exist!

Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: 90sRetroFan on April 15, 2021, 10:14:44 pm
Our enemies are scared because they know our strategy is on the verge of succeeding:

https://nationalfile.com/rep-scott-perry-criticizes-border-crisis-brings-tucker-carlsons-replacement-migration-arguments-to-congress/

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On Wednesday morning [April 14], US Representative Scott Perry (R-PA) echoed Fox News Host Tucker Carlson’s concerns that immigrants are coming here to replace native born Americans for the benefit of the Democrat Party. In a subcommittee meeting this morning, dedicated to trying to understand the root cause of Central American migration, especially in recent months, Perry took the floor and explained “For many Americans, what seems to be happening or what they believe right now is happening is, what appears to them is we’re replacing national-born American — native-born Americans to permanently transform the landscape of this very nation.”

About Perry:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scott_Perry_(politician)

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In December 2019, Perry was one of 195 Republicans to vote against both articles of impeachment against President Trump.[37]

In October 2020, Perry was one of 17 Republicans who voted against a House resolution to formally condemn the QAnon conspiracy theory.[38]
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After the 2020 elections, Perry promoted false claims of fraud in the elections.[41][42]
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On January 6, 2021, Perry joined Missouri Senator Josh Hawley in objecting to the counting of Pennsylvania's electoral votes in the 2020 presidential election.[47] During the storming of the U.S. Capitol that day, Perry and many congressional colleagues were ushered to a secure location. Video footage shows that Perry and five other House members refused surgical masks offered by a colleague in the safe room.[48]

Perry and all those like him are precisely why we desperately need the Great Replacement.

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Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: 90sRetroFan on April 16, 2021, 10:35:45 pm
Another scared enemy:

https://vdare.com/posts/redpilled-ron-johnson-wakes-up-to-the-demographic-question

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Sen. Ron Johnson claims the administration “wants complete open borders and you have to ask yourself why. Is it really, they want to remake the demographics of America to ensure their — that they stay in power forever? Is that what's happening here?”

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ron_Johnson_(Wisconsin_politician)

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Johnson is a staunch supporter of former President Donald Trump.[38][39][40] As chairman of the Senate homeland security committee, he launched several investigations into Trump's political opponents, including Joe Biden.[38] In September 2020, after having for months boasted that he was undertaking an investigation that would demonstrate Biden's "unfitness for office", Johnson released a report that found no evidence of wrongdoing by Biden in relation to Ukraine. Johnson's report reiterated allegations that have remained unproven, many of which had been part of Russian disinformation campaigns.[41]
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After Biden won the 2020 presidential election and Trump refused to concede, Johnson promoted false claims of widespread electoral fraud that courts around the country had repeatedly rejected.[46] While ballots were counted during the 2020 election, he said that half the country would not accept a Biden win, and made erroneous, unsubstantiated claims of "voter fraud that the mainstream media and, unfortunately, many officials just simply ignore."[39] Johnson made baseless claims that Democrats had "gamed the system" in Wisconsin.[39] As chairman of the Homeland Security committee, he used it to broadcast Trump's allegations of fraud.[38][47]

Are we seeing a pattern here of which politicians are most worried about Demographic Blueshift?
Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: 90sRetroFan on April 18, 2021, 12:06:18 am
We are going after the Federal Reserve!

https://www.cnbc.com/2021/04/13/the-fed-is-overwhelmingly-white-and-male-and-must-change-study-says.html

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While those top Fed officials are “overwhelmingly white, overwhelmingly male,” the report said, the problem also extends into the boards of directors at the local operations, where “we find a staggering homogeneity among them, with only recent signs of diversification.”

As I keep repeating, Jews are "white".

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“There is also a sense that these principals are overwhelmingly promoted from within, creating a risk for groupthink and intellectual homogeneity,” Conti-Brown and Nygaard wrote.

Duh!
Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: guest5 on April 18, 2021, 12:52:52 am
As you also stated before, no one should be surprised that bankers are some of the most racist people dwelling among us, well, in their gated Western communities anyway....

BONUS:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hT61kGLfDW4
Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: rp on April 18, 2021, 02:13:28 am
They will just replace them with "non-white" Westerners.
Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: 90sRetroFan on April 22, 2021, 10:17:01 pm
Can it happen?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7UtiFy7UI74

Jones is on the case:

https://www.yahoo.com/news/republicans-blew-democratic-congressman-accused-164723018.html

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Republican lawmakers blew up on Thursday after Democratic Rep. Mondaire Jones accused the GOP of spreading "racist trash" during a heated debate over a bill to grant statehood to Washington, DC.

"I've had enough of my colleagues' racist insinuations that somehow the people of Washington, DC, are incapable or even unworthy of our democracy," Jones said on the House floor.

He then called out Sen. Tom Cotton of Arkansas for saying DC wouldn't be a "well-rounded working-class state."

"I had no idea there were so many syllables in the word 'white,'" Jones said.

He also pointed out Republican Rep. Jody Hice's claim that Washington, DC, does not deserve statehood because it doesn't have a landfill.

"My goodness, with all the racist trash my colleagues have brought to this debate, I can see why they're worried about having a place to put it," Jones continued, as Republicans could be heard objecting to his comments. "The truth is there is no good-faith argument for disenfranchising over 700,000 people, Mr. Speaker, most of whom are people of color."
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the history of opposition to federal representation for Washington, DC, is rooted in anti-Black racism. Confederate lawmakers explicitly rejected DC's various attempts to self-govern and elect its own representation because of its large Black population.

"In the face of this influx of negro population from the surrounding States, [Congress] … found it necessary to disenfranchise every man in the District of Columbia … in order thereby to get rid of this load of negro suffrage that was flooded in upon them," Sen. John Tyler Morgan of Alabama, who owned slaves, said in 1890.

Morgan explained that Congress got rid of local leadership in the city "to burn down the barn to get rid of the rats … the rats being the negro population and the barn being the government of the District of Columbia."

It wasn't until the civil rights movement of the 1960s and 70s that the city was given the right to elect its own mayor and non-voting House member.

(https://action.aclu.org/files/aclu/DC_1160x650.jpg)
Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: 90sRetroFan on April 23, 2021, 10:11:23 pm
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9497675/Rashida-Tliab-tells-Muslims-welcome-House-passes-bill-prevent-travel-bans.html

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Rep. Rashida Tlaib said Wednesday that Congress had sent a message to Muslims that 'you are welcome here' after the House voted for legislation that would prevent actions like President Trump's Muslim ban.

The House on Wednesday passed the 'No Ban Act,' which would limit the president's ability to  to suspend or restrict the entry into the U.S. of a 'class of aliens.'

'I want to really be very loud and very clear and sending a message to every Muslim and African person here and around the world that you are welcome here. And the United States of America,' said Tlaib, who famously called to 'impeach the mother******' in reference to Trump at the start of her term in 2019.

She unloaded on Trump's administrative actions Wednesday, as the House once again passed legislation it also passed under Trump – when the president certainly would have vetoed it if it ever reached his desk. 

'The Congress United States of House of Representatives took action to ensure racist and dangerous bans like The Muslim and African ban will be no more,' she said. 'Today the passage of the no ban app or ban as is showing our immigrant neighbors and refugees everywhere. The House Democrats will not tolerate racist immigration policies,' she said.

The bill passed on a 218-208 vote.

Republicans bashed the move.

WE WILL REPLACE YOU!
Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: guest5 on April 24, 2021, 12:49:09 pm
Dem lawmaker: Here's why opposition to DC statehood is racist
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Rep. Mondaire Jones (D-NY) explains why he condemned GOP objections to statehood for the District of Columbia as racist.
#CNN​ #News
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LzKuMy2hNcg

This might be a bit of a stretch, but something tells me Tom Cotton's ancestors may have had something to do with cotton?

Or cottages apparently (after looking it up) :D
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The name Cotton is of Anglo-Saxon origin and came from when a family lived in one of a number of similarly named settlements throughout England. Coton is found in Cambridgeshire, while Cotton was in Cheshire. ... All of these names stem from the Old English phrase æt cotum, which means at the cottages.
https://www.houseofnames.com/cotton-family-crest
Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: 90sRetroFan on April 26, 2021, 11:34:56 pm
Post-census Congressional seat changes:

(https://media.gab.com/system/media_attachments/files/072/626/243/small/8f71bf57a6f2b2dc.png)

(https://media.gab.com/system/media_attachments/files/072/628/038/small/d3fb3f7e01575348.png)

The stakes for turning Texas Blue, or failing to, are higher than ever!
Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: 90sRetroFan on May 08, 2021, 11:56:34 pm
https://www.opendemocracy.net/en/beyond-trafficking-and-slavery/case-five-new-states/

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The case for five new states

Granting statehood to the US’s territories would transform the lives of 4+ million citizens, and probably US politics as well

One of the most transformative things Democrats could do with their narrow majority in Congress would be to grant statehood to all the remaining inhabited US territories. That would make five new states: Washington DC, Puerto Rico, the US Virgin Islands, American Samoa, and the Mariana Islands (a reunion of the Northern Mariana Islands and Guam, which is the southern Mariana Island).

There are no constitutional barriers to admitting all five of these states. The US Constitution gives Congress the power to admit new states as long as it assures they are republics and that the majority of people of the territory want to be admitted. The Senate will have to eliminate or reduce the power of the filibuster to do so without Republican support, but the filibuster is a Senate rule that the majority has the power to change.

All five of these territories have larger populations than Nevada did when it was admitted with around 40,000 people in 1864. Washington, DC is larger than two existing states and Puerto Rico is larger than 21 states. The populations of all five are:

    American Samoa: 55,000
    The U.S. Virgin Islands: 105,000
    Gaum and the Northern Mariana Islands: 230,000
    Washington, DC: 705,000
    Puerto Rico: 3,193,000

Territorial status was not meant to be permanent for any significant population. It was used for lightly settled areas in the expectation that statehood would be granted once population density increased. Not allowing this change to occur is an exercise in oppression. The people of these territories are subject to US law, yet are denied equal say (in most cases any say at all) in making US law. They are literally second-class citizens. The federal government for the most part treats them as such – the Trump administration’s reaction to the damage Hurricane Maria inflicted on Puerto Rico is only one in a long line of blatant examples.

Ending the Whiteness of Congress

These territories have so far been prevented from becoming states as part of a larger, long-standing project to keep the Senate and Electoral College White. A long history of White identity politics, underhanded political maneuvers, and outright violence intentionally created the situation in which non-Hispanic, White Americans – who make up 61.5% of the US population – are the majority in every state but Hawaii (which has an Asian American plurality of 37.3%). Americans of Native, Black, or Latin heritage together make up 31.1% of the US population, but they do not make up a majority in any state – neither alone nor in combination.

That didn’t just happen.

Several Native American groups with sizable populations applied for statehood at various times and were turned down by Congress simply because they were Native Americans. Arizona and New Mexico, which were majority Mexican American when they applied for statehood, weren’t accepted until enough eastern settlers had arrived to give them White majorities – more than half a century later.

At the end of the Civil War, two states (South Carolina and Mississippi) were majority Black, but White gangs violently took over the state governments and refused to let them vote. Four other states were more than 40% Black at the time, but similar tactics were used to completely shut this population out of power. Nearly 100 years later these states were forced to let Black people vote, but by then enough had fled north to create comfortable White majorities in all of these states.

These decisions were made long ago, but they continue to have the intended effect of giving Whites outside influence over Congress and the electoral college. Had the White majority been fair and evenhanded, the US would have several Black, Native, Latin-heritage majority states today.


Let’s see how these potential states would change the equation. Despite being different in many respects, one trait they share is that none has a White majority. Look at the largest ethnic group in each of them:

    American Samoa: 89% Samoan
    The U.S. Virgin Islands: 76% Afro-Caribbean
    The Northern Mariana Islands: 35% Filipino (24% Chamorro)
    Gaum: 37% Chamorro (26% Filipino)
    Washington, DC: 49% Black (43.6% White)
    Puerto Rico: 98% Latin heritage

Given American history, it’s reasonable to believe that their ethnic makeup is a primary reason why they are not states already. And by refusing to grant them statehood, the White majority is effectively choosing to guard and maintain its outsized influence in the federal government. It’s not something that happened a lot time ago. It’s something being actively preserved every day.

Admitting these states would create one near-majority Black state (Washington, DC), one majority Afro-Caribbean state (the U.S. Virgin Islands) and one majority Latin-heritage state (Puerto Rico). Samoans and Chamorros are indigenous peoples in territories that have been colonized by the United States. The people in these new states can’t hope to ‘represent’ people with similar ethnic backgrounds on the mainland, but perhaps the people they would send to Washington would have greater understanding of marginalized groups than most members of Congress do now. All would certainly bring new perspectives into the mix and roil the status quo.

These new states would have a minor impact on the House of Representatives, but they’d have a major impact on the Electoral College and the Senate. The number of Senators would increase from 100 to 110, and they would not necessarily be closely connected to either party. Maybe they would help de-polarize American and help end the politicization of the big-state/small-state divide.

Equal rights for equal citizens

Three of these territories are very small; would statehood give them too much influence over US politics? Whites would be still be in the majority in 89% of the states (49 of 55), and therefore would still have disproportionate power in the Senate, the House, and the Electoral College – just not as disproportionate as it is now. All of these territories (except the Northern part of the Mariana Islands) have been subject to US law for over 100 years and have had little or no influence over the shaping of US law in all that time. It would be rather disingenuous of mainlanders to say that 2% of power in the Senate is ‘too much’ for people from these territories to wield, while 100% of power is somehow an appropriate amount for them.

Should we combine these territories into larger units or incorporate them into existing states? For Guam and the Northern Mariana Islands, that makes sense. They share history, ethnicity, and language, and are separate now because of US federal government decisions. But otherwise, these five potential states share little or nothing.

Forcing them to combine is not how America works. There are both large and small states because the union recognizes that people have distinct regional interests, and the system was designed to help small states hold their own against large ones. Wyoming wasn’t forced to combine with Vermont, the next smallest state, although they are geographically closer together and more culturally similar than American Samoa and the Mariana Islands are. Nor were the people of Wyoming forcibly incorporated into Colorado, where they would constitute only 10% of the population and would have little impact on the state’s decisions. If the United States won’t do this to the people of Wyoming, it should not do it to the people of the US Virgin Islands or American Samoa.

There is no need to wait for a wider political consensus. The constitution doesn’t require any more consensus than a majority vote of both houses. Republicans don’t wait for consensus to disenfranchise voters, Gerrymander districts, or give tax cuts to the wealthy. Why should Democrats wait to enfranchise US citizens living on US territory? The cure for disenfranchisement is enfranchisement, and right now there is an opportunity to do that in a big way.

The Democrats have the power to admit all five of these territories as states in time for the 2022 midterm elections. It would bring equal citizenship to every citizen living on US territory. It would transform American politics forever and for the better.
Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: guest5 on May 12, 2021, 01:02:54 am
Poll: Opposition to Newsom recall grows and Jenner fails to break through
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A growing number of Californians oppose the forthcoming recall of Gavin Newsom, according to a survey released Tuesday morning, a boost for the sitting governor who has suffered a series of political blows over the past year.

Roughly 49 percent said they were against removing Newsom, a tick higher than the 45 percent who responded similarly in January.
https://www.politico.com/news/2021/05/11/gavin-newsom-recall-opposition-grows-486973
Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: 90sRetroFan on May 15, 2021, 12:12:56 am
We are not safe yet:

https://vdare.com/letters/a-patriot-lawyer-has-a-small-white-pill-about-the-white-birth-rate

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The biggest news out of it is that births are way down, declining by 4% from 2019. The decline has been happening for about a decade, but seems to have accelerated as a result of the pandemic. I would expect that 2021 will show a further decline.

One thing I noted, however, was that white births as a percentage of the total remain pretty much unchanged. It was 51.1% in 2019, and it is now just a click over 51.0% for 2020. That is statistically insignificant. So, despite one million legal immigrants per year—and an untold number of illegals—whites are holding steady. This is because some of the sharpest drops occurred amongst minority women as compared to white women.

It is no surprise that those least likely to practice social distancing were those who conceived the most.....

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If an immigration moratorium were imposed, or even if immigration were reduced, I would suspect that the white share of births—and the overall population—would start to increase.

This is why we need state control over reproduction.
Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: rp on May 15, 2021, 12:15:40 am
This is what I have been saying as well, i.e. only a steady decrease in population will suffice, as opposed to them merely becoming the minority.

Also, a reminder that any "leftist" who identifies as "White" but still nevertheless chooses to reproduce in this day and age is directly contributing to this problem and is therefore an enemy. See:
https://trueleft.createaforum.com/enemies/cair-and-abby-martin/
https://trueleft.createaforum.com/enemies/israel/?message=2481
Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: 90sRetroFan on May 16, 2021, 09:59:59 pm
We are rising by 2%/year, which is too slow:

(https://i1.wp.com/www.occidentaldissent.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/israel-palestine-tv.png?w=855)

Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: 90sRetroFan on May 21, 2021, 10:11:46 pm
(https://www.unz.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/israel.png)

1) Our Blue takeover is practically a done deal. Which is not to say that we do not need to continue pushing it along, as we need it to happen fast enough that the US is still militarily capable of taking on Israel, which will cease to be the case if we leave it too long.

2) The age trend is on our side. High life expectancy could slow things down, though.

3) Why does a degree have opposite effects depending on gender?

4) If only "black" Americans were >10% of the US population.....
Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: guest5 on May 22, 2021, 11:04:55 pm
A Sea Change on Israel for the Democratic Party
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Mehdi explains why so many more Democratic lawmakers are criticizing the violence unfolding in Gaza, Israel, and the West Bank. Rep. Mark Pocan of the Progressive Caucus joins Mehdi to discuss why Biden must demand an immediate ceasefire. He talks Mehdi through why the change in opinions among elected officials is representative of a change among their constituents.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZnV1x7JM_Vo

Leftists have always had more empathy for others than rightists.
Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: 90sRetroFan on May 24, 2021, 02:47:02 am
Our enemies acknowledge our success:

https://vdare.com/articles/the-left-is-changing-on-israel-because-of-black-lives-matter-and-immigration

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The latest clash between Israel and its Palestinian subjects has exposed a new fissure within the U.S. Left. New anti-white, hard-Left voices in the Democrat Party are demanding the U.S. stop supporting “colonizer” Israel.
...
There’s also rising anti-white sentiment due to the unchallengeable moral hegemony of the Black Lives Matter movement; and the tipping of the Democrat Party and its Leftist auxiliaries because of Third World immigration.
...
Popular HBO host John Oliver said likewise and claimed Israel practiced a “form of apartheid”
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Of course, this sounds a lot like the things Leftists have long said about the United States: White Europeans “replaced” so-called Native Americans etc. etc. But now the Left is saying the same about Israel, and its top spokesmen don’t want the U.S. supporting it.

Influential Democrat Reps. Ilhan Omar, Rashida Tlaib, and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, for instance, decry America for supporting the “colonizers” and back legislation to stop arm sales to Israel
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And who are these three? They are, in a nutshell, Third Worlders who aren’t in any sense Americans or even vaguely connected to the West.

Actually, not being even vaguely connected to the West is what makes them superlatively American. Being connected to the West would imply being connected to the Western colonial powers which colonized America!

(https://pbs.twimg.com/media/ERKmlrJW4AAgD1X.jpg)

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Recall that the late Charles Krauthammer wondered why anti-Semitism was rising in Europe. Many of his fellow neocons undoubtedly wonder why it is rising in the United States today. Because the likes of Omar are elected to Congress. To rework James Carville’s famous utterance, it’s the immigration, stupid!

Yes, Operation Gaddafi is working also:

https://trueleft.createaforum.com/issues/operation-gaddafi/

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Then there’s the rising power of Leftist blacks who see everything through the prism of race. Missouri Rep. Cori Bush, right, a BLM organizer, for instance, connects racial causes in America with those of Palestine:

    “We’re saying that our own government is funding a brutal and militarized disposition towards our very existence—from Ferguson to Palestine.”

Palestinians are fellow “POC” and must be defended. This view is also shared by New York Rep. Jamaal Bowman, right, who says he understands what it means to live in a society designed to perpetuate violence against “people who look like me.”[How Black Lives Matter changed the U.S. debate on the Mideast, by Sean Sullivan and Cleve R. Wootson Jr., The Washington Post, May 22, 2021].

BLM even issued a statement of “solidarity” with Palestinians this week:

    We are a movement committed to ending settler colonialism in all forms and will continue to advocate for Palestinian liberation. (always have. And always will be). #freepalestine.

Additionally, nearly 150 prominent Leftist advocacy groups—spanning the range from feminists to non-white interest lobbies—signed a joint letter denouncing Israel’s plan to secure a Jewish majority state. The letter essentially called Israel ”white supremacist”
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Meanwhile, tens of thousands of people demonstrated against Israel’s actions across America. Many were Muslim immigrants bolstered by their ever-increasing numbers [People across the US join pro-Palestinian protests, by Alisha Ebrahimji, CNN, May 18, 2021]. In a manner similar to BLM and Antifa goons who staged the Floyd Hoax riots, and attacked police and innocent bystanders, Muslims in Los Angeles and New York hunted down and beat up Jews.
...
As America becomes less white, fewer of its people will support Israel.
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We would not have random Jews being attacked in the streets if it weren’t for mass immigration and the BLM-ification of the Left.

...
now American Zionists face an imported competing ethnic lobby. Will the U.S. turn against Israel like it did against South Africa?

There was no US military invasion of Apartheid South Africa. There will hopefully be be a US military invasion of Israel.
Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: 90sRetroFan on June 01, 2021, 10:08:10 pm
Another poll:

https://twitter.com/USA_Polling/status/1399143075688161295

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'Who is more responsible for the violence in the Mideast - Israel or Hamas?'

All:
Hamas: 60%
Israel: 40%

18-34:
Israel: 60%
Hamas: 40%

35-49:
Israel: 51%
Hamas: 49%

50-64:
Hamas: 72%
Israel: 28%

65+:
Hamas: 76%
Israel: 24%

We will win!
Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: guest5 on June 02, 2021, 12:23:22 am
New Poll Shows Nina Turner DOMINATING
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A new poll shows former Ohio state senator Nina Turner dominating the Democratic Primary race for Ohio's 11th district.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QO-lm-pnnSQ&list=TLPQMDIwNjIwMjE1Ud1XEfNT9g&index=7

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VoiceOfTheEmperor
12 hours ago (edited)
Let's write History. After we win. Also, don't let up, even for a day. But most importantly, don't underestimate your opponents. It breeds complacency and that always leads to disaster.
Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: guest5 on June 05, 2021, 11:14:49 am
Democrat Melanie Stansbury Wins Vacant Seat in New Mexico Special Election
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(AP) Democrat Melanie Stansbury won election to Congress for New Mexico on Tuesday with a campaign closely tied to initiatives of the Biden administration.

Stansbury prevailed in an open, four-way race to fill a vacant seat previously held by Interior Secretary Deb Haaland. The 42-year-old state legislator outpaced her Republican rival by more than 30,000 votes, garnering roughly six of every 10 votes as ballots were tallied into the night.

Stansbury closely tethered her bid for Congress to proposed and enacted Democratic legislation on pandemic relief, infrastructure spending and interventions to slow climate change. Her victory shores up the Democratic majority in Congress ahead of 2022 midterm elections.

She strode on stage in Albuquerque with both arms raised high, in celebration of her win. Thanking supporters and volunteers, she said the grit and determination that fueled her campaign was learned from her own mother, who worked in a denim factory and later as a crane operator.

“When the moment demands it, when our families and our communities demand it, when our country demands it, we step up and find the solutions for communities and we figure it out,” Stansbury said. “And that is exactly what we did in this campaign and that is why I am standing before you tonight.”

Stansbury’s victory preserves an all-female House delegation for the state. She defeated third-term Republican state Sen. Mark Moores to fill an Albuquerque-based seat that has been held by Democrats since 2009.

Libertarian nominee Chris Manning and independent Aubrey Dunn Jr. campaigned unsuccessfully to represent the 1st Congressional District, which encompasses Albuquerque, rural Torrance County and other outlying areas that include the Indigenous community of Sandia Pueblo.

Stansbury reiterated her push for a $15 minimum wage, economic and racial equality and police reforms. She said there’s a lot of work to do and she wants to give everyone a seat at the table as the country and its infrastructure is rebuilt.

Amid Election Day voting, she emphasized the need for a major round of federal infrastructure spending.

"This is especially important for New Mexico because it includes funding for things like broadband and clean energy,” Stansbury said.

The district’s voters have heavily favored Democratic candidates in recent years, shunning former President Donald Trump with a gap of 23 percentage points in 2020 and reelecting Haaland with a margin of 16 percentage points as voter participation reached an all-time high.

Tuesday’s election is among a handful of races to fill vacancies in Congress ahead of 2022 midterm elections. Democrats held a 219-211 majority in Congress going into Tuesday’s vote in New Mexico.

Moores tried unsuccessfully to flip the seat to Republican control by highlighting concerns about crime in Albuquerque and painting his Democratic opponent as a radical progressive.

Sean Patrick Maloney, chairman of the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, said from New Mexico that enthusiasm is up among Democrats and that Stansbury's win helps ensure work can continue in Washington on the Democratic agenda.

New Mexico’s 1st District seat has consistently been a stepping stone to higher office for Republican and Democratic politicians, including now-deceased Interior Secretary Manuel Lujan Jr., former U.S. Air Force Secretary Heather Wilson, U.S. Sen. Martin Heinrich and Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham.

The district relies heavily on federal military and research funding as home to Kirtland Air Force Base and Sandia National Laboratories.
Trump in 2020 fell flat with Albuquerque-area voters after he sent federal agents to bolster local law enforcement efforts.

Republicans last year flipped the state’s sprawling 2nd Congressional District in southern New Mexico as Yvette Herrell of Alamogordo ousted incumbent U.S. Rep. Xochitl Torres Small.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GEv7hSmcKFU
Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: 90sRetroFan on June 15, 2021, 10:08:53 pm
Our enemies acknowledge our success again:

https://vdare.com/posts/demographic-change-leads-to-san-antonio-city-council-electing-two-hispanic-socialists

WE WILL REPLACE YOU!
Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: 90sRetroFan on June 24, 2021, 10:19:33 pm
More success:

https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2021/jun/23/india-walton-socialist-candidate-buffalo-mayor-primary-race

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“This victory is ours. It is the first of many,” Walton said, adding: “If you are in an elected office right now, you are being put on notice: we are coming.”
...
Walton’s platform outlines plans to tackle a local affordable housing crisis and declare Buffalo a sanctuary city for immigrants, which limits a local jurisdiction’s cooperation with federal enforcement of immigration law.

WE WILL REPLACE YOU!
Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: 90sRetroFan on June 29, 2021, 01:13:19 am
https://www.brookings.edu/research/all-recent-us-population-growth-comes-from-people-of-color-new-census-estimates-show/

(https://i0.wp.com/www.brookings.edu/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/20210622_BrookingsMetro_PopGrowth_Fig1.png?w=768&crop=0%2C0px%2C100%2C9999px&ssl=1)

(https://i1.wp.com/www.brookings.edu/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/20210622_BrookingsMetro_PopGrowth_Fig2-final.png?w=768&crop=0%2C0px%2C100%2C9999px&ssl=1)

(https://i2.wp.com/www.brookings.edu/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/20210622_BrookingsMetro_PopGrowth_Fig4-final.png?w=768&crop=0%2C0px%2C100%2C9999px&ssl=1)

I don't like this trend which seems to indicate a slowdown. We really need to get back to at least the 25-59 dynamic.

(https://i0.wp.com/www.brookings.edu/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/20210622_BrookingsMetro_PopGrowth_Fig5-final.png?w=768&crop=0%2C0px%2C100%2C9999px&ssl=1)

(https://i1.wp.com/www.brookings.edu/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/20210622_BrookingsMetro_PopGrowth_Fig6-final.png?w=768&crop=0%2C0px%2C100%2C9999px&ssl=1)

Here too you can see the slowdown. If the Boomer-Gen X gradient (-11.9) had been maintained for subsequent generations, we could have Millenials at 47.9, GenZ at 24.1 and Post Gen Z at 12.2. Compared to this, the figures in reality are nothing to be proud of.
Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: 90sRetroFan on July 01, 2021, 10:23:57 pm
(https://i1.wp.com/www.occidentaldissent.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/7f70915d-Foxnewspoll4.jpg?w=640)

Those who feel negative should emigrate.
Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: 90sRetroFan on July 06, 2021, 10:07:41 pm
(https://i2.wp.com/www.occidentaldissent.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/blog_poll_immigration.jpg?w=1150)

The bad news is that Biden prefers to listen to Reds instead of his own side.....
Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: 90sRetroFan on August 12, 2021, 10:07:37 pm
https://www.yahoo.com/news/number-white-people-declines-first-195500558.html

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Data better for Democrats than feared

Republicans are optimistic that redistricting fights might leave them with an edge for the 2022 midterm elections because GOP-leaning states will gain congressional seats and control many of the state legislatures tasked with redrawing lines.

And Democrats worried that challenges from the pandemic and reporting issues could show a smaller population of nonwhite people than there are in reality.

But census data could show that the data is better for Democrats than what they feared.

Small, rural, Republican-leaning areas saw population declines, and new House districts will likely be drawn around populous areas, noted University of Virginia Center for Politics’s Kyle Kondik.

And the nonwhite population is larger than earlier estimates.

Still, it must be followed up with action:

https://www.nbcnews.com/news/latino/latinos-census-task-get-money-power-redistricting-rcna1649

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The groups are trying to help growing communities of Latinos understand the next step following the 2020 census results: having a say in how their neighborhoods, towns, cities, counties, regions and states will be thrown together or split apart in the highly partisan redistricting process.
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“We know our people were undercounted, so what we will get will be flawed because of that undercount,” she said. “Obviously we will try to make the best of it.”
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New districts can be drawn where new populations have emerged, but lines for existing districts have to be adjusted to equal out population. Doing so can change the demographic, economic and political preferences of the district.
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Mi Familia Vota, a national Latino group that conducted a 2020 campaign to get more Latinos to fill out the census, is launching its national campaign on redistricting next week.

For now it has been focused on Harris County, Texas, where Houston is, to influence the drawing of county commission districts.

Angelica Razo, Texas director of Mi Familia Vota, said the group is working with other communities to ensure that communities of color aren’t fighting each other for equal representation.

I like this. Just remember that Jews are NOT to be included among "communities of color".
Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: guest55 on August 16, 2021, 09:08:38 pm
Conservative Whites TRIGGERED By Census Data
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The 2020 Census reveals changes to U.S. demographics.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OZmP8m-BfZQ

Native Americans and the US Census: How the count has changed
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The federal government has counted the Native American population in various ways throughout the years. Recent data shows how the demographic is growing.
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Between 2000 and 2018, the number of American residents who were at least partially Native American increased 39%, according to the US Census Bureau.

The estimated 5.7 million Americans in 2018 – 1.6 million more than 2000 – identifying with “American Indian or Alaska Native” racial backgrounds represent less than 2% of the total national population. That share was double the Native American group’s share in 2000.
https://www.google.com/search?client=firefox-b-1-d&q=american+natives+leftist%3F
Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: 90sRetroFan on August 25, 2021, 10:24:19 pm
At least we have youth on our side:

(https://www.pewresearch.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/08/ft_2021.08.23_populationdecline_01b.jpg?w=640)

By the way, our enemies like to spread a rumour that "white" leftists want Demographic Blueshift more than "non-white" leftists do. However, you can see this is untrue from comparing "Dem/Lean Dem" subsection of the following graph with that of the previous:

(https://www.pewresearch.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/08/ft_2021.08.23_populationdecline_02a.jpg?w=640)
Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: Zea_mays on August 27, 2021, 03:52:27 pm
I'm sure we would have all preferred for Covid to be over by now, but rightist Covid propaganda/disinfo has been effective at killing off their own voters!

(https://i.redd.it/4o4i7arucpj71.png)

Red state Covid deaths finally surpassed blue state Covid deaths back in January:

(https://i.imgur.com/flOGOA9.png)


Exacerbating the pandemic in order to use Covid as a biological agent to cause a redshift was the Republican strategy from the beginning, so good riddance.

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Most troubling of all, perhaps, was a sentiment the expert said a member of Kushner’s team expressed: that because the virus had hit blue states hardest, a national plan was unnecessary and would not make sense politically. “The political folks believed that because it was going to be relegated to Democratic states, that they could blame those governors, and that would be an effective political strategy,” said the expert.
https://www.vanityfair.com/news/2020/07/how-jared-kushners-secret-testing-plan-went-poof-into-thin-air
Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: 90sRetroFan on August 27, 2021, 10:10:29 pm
I am not so optimistic. I worry that many of the people dying from COVID in Red states are the left-leaning minority. Remember, a mask does not protect its own wearer, but instead protects the other people in the room. So if rightists do not wear masks while leftists do, leftists will get infected by rightists more frequently than the other way round, since in effect the leftists are protecting the rightists but the rightists are not reciprocating.

(This is why I have said that it should be legal to shoot on sight anyone not wearing a mask.)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K7uEaf6RleY
Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: 90sRetroFan on August 31, 2021, 03:45:22 am
Also, among the rightists who die, they are likely to already have reproduced (a lot), meaning the longer-term picture is even less optimistic:

https://www.gosanangelo.com/story/news/2021/08/22/texas-covid-delta-variant-hospitalizations-high-mom-fights-save-husband/8196516002/

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Caleb Wallace dies after battle with COVID-19, pregnant wife says
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30-year-old father of three (soon to be four)
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"Show me the science that masks work," Caleb wrote on the City of San Angelo's official Facebook in December 2020. "Show me the evidence that school closures work. Show me the evidence that lock-downs work."

In 2020, Caleb appeared in video interviews with local media outlets denouncing mask policies and school closures at San Angelo ISD.
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"To those who wished him death, I’m sorry his views and opinions hurt you. I prayed he’d come out of this with a new perspective and more appreciation for life. I can’t say much more than that because I can’t speak for him," Jessica said.

If you really were sorry, you could try to persuade your offspring to not reproduce. But you won't because you aren't.

And your husband looks like what we would expect:

(https://sanangelolive.com/sites/default/files/styles/media_image/public/2021-08/caleb-wallace-horse-pic.jpg?h=c74750f6&itok=qTH6g8d0)



Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: 90sRetroFan on September 09, 2021, 11:52:19 pm
https://twitter.com/nikicaga/status/1435014417083772928

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A reminder that if white people couldn't vote, the US House map would look something like this

(https://pbs.twimg.com/media/E-owZVsXEAAjlC0?format=png&name=900x900)
Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: 90sRetroFan on September 12, 2021, 10:02:26 pm
Our enemies accurately attribute our success in:

https://trueleft.createaforum.com/issues/statue-decolonization/

to our effective strategy:

https://vdare.com/articles/wake-up-america-demographic-replacement-means-statue-replacement-and-our-elimination-from-history

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In 2019, VDARE.com covered Virginia’s dramatic Blue shift as Democrats took over the state assembly in that year’s election. A top priority was changing the state’s laws to allow statue removal. State law previously prevented cities and counties from removing Confederate statues. Democrats in leftist localities seethed at this restriction. And so Democrat Leftist scrapped Lee-Jackson Day, a January holiday that honored Generals Lee and Stonewall Jackson
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The descendants of the people who built these monuments are being replaced by interlopers who hate them more than they value economics. Most mainstream political analyses of Virginia’s Blue shift claim that it’s mainly due to white suburbanites fleeing the GOP. That’s true up to a point. But the explanation overlooks that the state has become less white since the days Republicans won state-wide races.

The 2020 Census found that whites were 61.6 percent of the population, blacks were 12 percent, Hispanics nearly 19 percent, and Asians 6 percent. In 2010, non-Hispanic whites were more that 66 percent of the state’s population while Hispanics were just under 8 percent. The last Republican governor, Bob McDonnell, won election just the year before. In 2000, the non-Hispanic white population stood at 71.4 percent, while the Hispanic population counted for just 4.7.

The changes are particularly noticeable in Northern Virginia. In 2000, Fairfax was 64 percent white. But whites are now less than half (47.1 percent) of the county’s population [Fairfax County now Virginia’s second most diverse county, new census data shows, by Matt Blitz, Tysons Reporter, August 13, 2021]. Loudoun County was more than 82 percent white in 2000. Now its white population stands just under 54 percent. Prince William County was 69 percent white in 2000. Now it’s Virginia’s “most diverse” county: 41.7 percent of its population is white. Fairfax is the second-most diverse.

These changes are reflected at the ballot box. In the 2000 presidential election, Fairfax, Loudoun, and Prince William Counties all went for George W. Bush. Up until 2018, Loudoun, part of Virginia’s 10th congressional district, was represented by GOP RINO Rep. Barbara Comstock. Now these counties are solid blue. Joe Biden won all three by lopsided margins[Virginia Election Results 2020 | Live Map Updates | Voting by County & District, January 6, 2021]. In Fairfax, he won more than 70 percent of the vote. He won by nearly 63 percent in Loudoun and Prince William. In 2019’s state election, Democrats ousted Republicans out from the few seats they still held, decisively won previously-competitive seats, and took control of county boards in Loudoun and Prince William [Democrats take control of Va. legislature, 2 DC-area county boards, by Rick Massimo and Max Smith, WTOP, November 6, 2019]. These results gave them the majority in both the Senate and the House of Delegations, allowing them to change the laws to eliminate Virginia’s heritage.

These demographic changes in Northern Virginia are almost entirely due to immigration. The black population has remained relatively stable. But a report published last year found that nearly 46 percent of Northern Virginia’s growth over the last decade was due to immigrants. More than 27 percent of the region’s population is foreign-born [One Region: Welcoming New Americans to Northern Virginia, Partnership for a New American Economy Research Fund, March 2020]. Asians now compose nearly 17 percent of the region’s population. Hispanics count for more than 17 percent in Fairfax County. They were just 11 percent of the county’s population in 2000.

No wonder Northern Virginia rushed to eliminate anything that bore the names of Confederates or “White Supremacists.” They renamed highways and schools honoring Confederate heroes to names celebrating black history. Jefferson Davis Highway became Emancipation Highway [Bill to rename Jefferson Davis Hwy. as Emancipation Hwy. passes, by Don Parker, WJLA, February 25, 2021]. Lee Highway became Langston Boulevard (in honor of the first black congressman from Virginia) [Lee Highway in Arlington County Renamed Langston Boulevard, by Sophia Barnes, NBC Washington, July 17, 2021]. Robert E. Lee High School in Fairfax became John Lewis High School last year [Fairfax County renames Robert E. Lee High for late congressman John Lewis, by Hannah Natanson, The Washington Post, July 23, 2020]. Any trace of the old history had to be gone from the sight of NoVa’s new denizens.
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Virginia isn’t the only former Confederate state that will see its entire heritage replaced because of demographic change. Leftists want to destroy Georgia’s incredible Stone Mountain that honors Lee, Davis, and Jackson [Confederate Imagery On Stone Mountain Is Changing, But Not Fast Enough For Some, by Emil Moffat, NPR, June 21, 2021]. In North Carolina, they want to tear down the Tar Heel State’s remaining Confederate landmarks [A new push to remove Confederate monuments from North Carolina courthouses, by Billy Corriher, Facing South, February 23, 2021]. Leftists in Texas want to cancel the Alamo [Alamo renovation gets stuck over arguments about slavery, by Richard Webner, The Washington Post, May 10, 2021].

All three states are a lot less white:

    Georgia went from 65 percent white in 2000 to just 50.1 percent in 2020 [Georgia gets more urban and diverse as white residents dip, by Jeff Amy, The Associated Press, August 12, 2021]. Georgia famously went blue in 2020.
    North Carolina, 72 percent white 21 years ago, now stands at 60.5 [Charlotte grows quickly, but Wake Co. remains most populous, by Bryan Anderson, The Associated Press, August 12, 2021].
    Texas was 52.4 percent non-Hispanic white in 2000. Today, it’s under 40 percent virtually equal to the Hispanic population [People of color make up 95% of Texas’ population growth, by Alex Ura et al., Texas Tribune, August 12, 2021].

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https://www.redbubble.com/i/t-shirt/We-Will-Replace-You-by-CreatedTees/27947642.FB110
Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: 90sRetroFan on September 15, 2021, 11:53:04 pm
As I promised would happen:

https://national-justice.com/new-poll-finds-50-americans-support-cutting-aid-israel

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On the question of whether to restrict US military aid to Israel, 50% of all Americans support ending such support, compared to 45% who oppose it. Among supporters of aid restrictions are 32% of registered Republicans, 62% of Democrats, and 52% of Independents.
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In respects to the Israel-Palestine conflict itself, only 32% of Americans believe the US government should be getting involved on Israel's side.

A glaring distinction is made clear when both the US and the Jewish Israeli public were asked about potential solutions to the dispute. Last July, it was found that 56% of Americans and 69% of Israel's Arab minority support a two state solution, which would allow the West Bank and Gaza to become an independent Palestinian state. Only 34% of Jews in Israel support this view.

Even more telling were the answers on a potential one state solution. A one state solution would incorporate Gaza and the West Bank and transform Israel into an American or European style multi-racial democracy where Arabs in occupied territories would enjoy equal rights to Jews. Even higher numbers of Americans (60%) support this resolution, as well as 56% of Israeli Arabs. Meanwhile, only a paltry 14% of Israeli Jews would even consider such an idea.

Tlaib 2024?
Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: 90sRetroFan on November 01, 2021, 10:16:35 pm
Trump acknowledges our gains:

https://www.haaretz.com/us-news/trump-israel-literally-owned-congress-until-a-decade-ago-1.10344379

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"The biggest change I've seen in Congress is Israel literally owned Congress - you understand that - 10 years ago, 15 years ago. And it was so powerful. It was so powerful. And today it's almost the opposite," Trump told the conservative Ari Hoffman Show.

"You have between AOC and [Rep. Ilhan] Omar and these people that hate Israel, they hate it with a passion and they're controlling Congress, and Israel is not a force in Congress anymore. I mean, it's just amazing. I've never seen such a change," Trump continued.

"And we're not talking about over a very long period of time, but I think you know exactly what I'm saying. They had such power, Israel had such power - and rightfully - over Congress, and now it doesn't. It's incredible, actually.

WE WILL REPLACE YOU!
Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: 90sRetroFan on November 03, 2021, 10:02:32 pm
Virginia results shows that our strategy still works, but we just haven't applied it enough yet:

https://vdare.com/articles/ann-coulter-on-dems-post-election-plan-send-more-immigrants-to-virginia

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CNN exit poll:

    Black voters: 87% for McAuliffe to 13% for Youngkin
    Hispanic voters: 68% for McAuliffe to 31% for Youngkin
    Asian voters: 66% for McAuliffe to 34% for Youngkin

Good grief! How did Youngkin win? There must be some mistake!

Oh, I see. Youngkin won the same way Republicans always win, by driving up the white vote. White voters went 61% to 38% for Youngkin. According to NBC News’ exit poll, white women voted 57% for Youngkin.

As I keep saying, higher education is a red herring:

(https://i2.wp.com/occidentaldissent.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/Screenshot_20211103-092802.jpg?w=1046&ssl=1)

Among "non-whites", non-gradudate voters are even more Blue than graduate voters!

Another red herring is gender:

https://www.thedailybeast.com/the-white-women-who-just-elected-glenn-youngkin-are-killing-america

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Democrats aren’t going to win over the majority of white women, and they need to stop trying and instead court the diverse coalition that can save this country from itself.
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It makes sense. They vote for their interests, which is preserving whiteness at all costs. When push comes to shove, many white women in this country have historically shoved people of color out of the way. These suburban, PTA moms were “segregation’s constant gardeners” who helped keep Jim Crow alive; they upheld white power at the expense of Black and brown women as they marched towards suffrage; and they even came out to derail the Equal Rights Amendment, thanks to the advocacy of conservative firebrand Phyllis Schlafly, who argued that (white) women, and their (white) families, were better under the current, unequal system that promoted patriarchy and white supremacy.

She had a point. Why dismantle a system where you can always be the victim and weaponize your tears into bullets against Black and brown bodies? When doing the right thing means that your white son and daughter would have to compete equally with children of color in academics, sports, and the workplace, and your white husband won’t get a head start on job promotions, higher wages, and bank loans compared to colleagues of color? Why dismantle a system that will protect your white children from having to confront the enduring sin and trauma of white supremacy, which includes slavery, segregation, Jim Crow, xenophobia, and racist dog whistles that continue to degrade, humiliate, and incarcerate so many people of color?

In that version of America, it’s good to be a white woman. When you go missing, or there’s a tragic murder, this country mourns you, writes about you, and mobilizes all its efforts to seek retribution, but it all but ignores Black and brown girls who were also loved and leave behind family and friends yearning for justice, closure, and empathy.
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The manufactured CRT panic isn’t going away, and it will work wonders across the nation, especially with white moms, unless Democrats confront it head on. Democrats need to take this seriously and develop a counter-message, because ignoring it isn’t an option.

Democrats must finally stop chasing Amy and Karen, and start chasing Stacey: lean on women of color and a multicultural coalition that will inspire and bring out voters of color, who are your base and helped deliver you Georgia and Arizona.
Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: Zea_mays on November 08, 2021, 02:05:35 pm
Something that came to my attention recently is that the left wing of the Democratic Party is quite close to becoming the dominant wing in the House of Representatives. Around 95 out of 220 (43%) of Democratic party House members are part of the "Congressional Progressive Caucus".

"Progressives" have recently been trying to gain leverage over the major policy bills being debated in Congress, and the way the media portrayed it, it seemed like there were only half a dozen "Progressives" taking advantage of the fact that the Democratic party only had a slim majority by 7 seats in the House. In reality, they are almost numerous enough to start overruling the neoliberal/conservative Democrats outright.

In fact, the "progressive" caucus slightly larger than the "neoliberal" caucus (which unfortunately doubled its numbers since 2014. Ffs, no wonder the party was so resistant against taking any action against Trump!)

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As of July 22, 2021, of the 117th United States Congress, the CPC has 96 members (94 voting Representatives, 1 non-voting Delegate, and 1 Senator), making it the largest ideological caucus in the Democratic Party (slightly larger than the New Democrat Coalition) and the second largest ideological caucus overall (after the Republican Study Committee).
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Congressional_Progressive_Caucus#Electoral_results

...They have a long way to go in the Senate, though.
Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: 90sRetroFan on November 11, 2021, 08:14:38 pm
Our enemies remind us of yet another welcome side-effect of Demographic Blueshift:

https://counter-currents.com/2021/11/the-great-white-hunter/

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As America's white majority declines, so does hunting. National Public Radio (NPR) has noted that the issuance of hunting licenses is on the decline.
Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: 90sRetroFan on December 10, 2021, 08:27:36 pm
Promising trends:

https://www.washingtonpost.com/nation/2021/12/07/what-teens-think-about-white-privilege-discrimination-how-their-generation-will-treat-people-when-they-grow-up/

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The Post-Ipsos poll found substantial differences by race among teens when asked about White privilege. Roughly 9 in 10 Black teens, 8 in 10 Asian teens and 7 in 10 Hispanic teens said that “White people benefit from advantages in society that Black people do not have,” while just under 4 in 10 White teens said the same. About 6 in 10 White teenagers said that White people benefit “not too much” or “not at all” from advantages.

About 6 in 10 teens also said that Black people are often treated unfairly because of who they are, including nearly 9 in 10 Black teens and about 7 in 10 Hispanic and Asian teens. White teens were split, with 49 percent saying Black people are “very” or “somewhat” often treated unfairly and 51 percent saying discrimination against Black people occurs “occasionally” or “rarely.”

http://www.washingtonpost.com/news/volokh-conspiracy/wp/2014/02/19/entrenched-anti-semitic-views-very-rare-among-whites-and-asian-americans-common-among-blacks-and-latinos/

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ADL surveys show that “approximately 12 percent of Americans hold deeply entrenched anti-Semitic views.” However, over 30% of African Americans and Latinos hold such views. Given that they are almost 30% of the population, this suggests that of the 12% of Americans who hold deeply entrenched anti-Semitic views, 9% or so are African Americans or Latinos.
Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: 90sRetroFan on December 10, 2021, 08:28:38 pm
Promising trends:

https://www.washingtonpost.com/nation/2021/12/07/what-teens-think-about-white-privilege-discrimination-how-their-generation-will-treat-people-when-they-grow-up/

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The Post-Ipsos poll found substantial differences by race among teens when asked about White privilege. Roughly 9 in 10 Black teens, 8 in 10 Asian teens and 7 in 10 Hispanic teens said that “White people benefit from advantages in society that Black people do not have,” while just under 4 in 10 White teens said the same. About 6 in 10 White teenagers said that White people benefit “not too much” or “not at all” from advantages.

About 6 in 10 teens also said that Black people are often treated unfairly because of who they are, including nearly 9 in 10 Black teens and about 7 in 10 Hispanic and Asian teens. White teens were split, with 49 percent saying Black people are “very” or “somewhat” often treated unfairly and 51 percent saying discrimination against Black people occurs “occasionally” or “rarely.”

http://www.washingtonpost.com/news/volokh-conspiracy/wp/2014/02/19/entrenched-anti-semitic-views-very-rare-among-whites-and-asian-americans-common-among-blacks-and-latinos/

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ADL surveys show that “approximately 12 percent of Americans hold deeply entrenched anti-Semitic views.” However, over 30% of African Americans and Latinos hold such views. Given that they are almost 30% of the population, this suggests that of the 12% of Americans who hold deeply entrenched anti-Semitic views, 9% or so are African Americans or Latinos.
Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: 90sRetroFan on December 12, 2021, 08:14:40 pm
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S5sU1_khALs

Answer:

https://www.nationalpopularvote.com/
Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: Zea_mays on December 29, 2021, 08:14:26 pm
Finally, a leftist who understands populism:

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A 'populist' Senate candidate wants to ban members of Congress from holding and trading stocks — and throw them in jail if they don't comply

Democratic Missouri Senate candidate Lucas Kunce wants to ban members of congress from trading stocks.

When Lucas Kunce heard House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's rejection of a proposed ban on members of Congress and their spouses from trading stocks, he was incensed.

"That person is supposed to represent all of us. They're supposed to take care of us. They're supposed to legislate for America," Kunce  told Insider in a telephone interview on Tuesday. "They're supposed to make things better for the everyday American, and instead, they're legislating for their stock portfolio."

In a recent appearance on MSNBC, he compared her response to Insider's question about the issue — "we have a free-market economy," she said last week — to the infamous "let them eat cake" remark misattributed to French monarch Marie Antoinette on the eve of the French Revolution.
[...]
"Populism is empowering normal everyday people against elites and trying to change a system that's rigged," he said. "Just because some fakers have come in and stolen the label, divided everyday people, and used them to get power for themselves — rather than power for all of us — doesn't mean that I'm going to give up on that idea."
[...]
"If you had information like that, and you did what these members of Congress are doing, you would end up in jail," he said."The rules are harsher for you, me, and Martha Stewart — that's the one that everybody knows, right? — than they are for the Speaker of the House."

And while some members of Congress and candidates alike have proposed requiring the use of blind trusts — an account where independent financial experts manage assets instead of the owner — as a solution to the problem, Kunce says they're merely a "political ploy."

"Okay, so if I have a privately held coal company, when that goes into blind trust, I'm going to forget that I have that?" he asked, making a clear reference to a recent Washington Post investigation of Sen. Joe Manchin's blind trust. "I'm just gonna develop amnesia?"
https://www.businessinsider.com/missouri-populist-lucas-kunce-senate-jail-congressmembers-stock-insider-trading-2021-12

The seat Kunce is running for is currently occupied by Trump-supporter Roy Blunt.

If Kunce wins, then hopefully that momentum will also lead to Coup Vote organizer Josh Hawley losing his Missouri senate seat.
Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: 90sRetroFan on January 02, 2022, 08:28:32 pm
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SgHX3e-90PU

Paul thinks it is "stealing" because he sees how many of the Blue voters are "non-white". Just like how Karens think "non-whites" are "stealing" property that they own:

https://trueleft.createaforum.com/news/karenism-(a-k-a-ethnic-profiling-by-civilians)/

In "white" supremacist minds, "non-whites" should not be allowed to vote or own property, and seeing them do so makes them feel threatened. It is that simple.

See also:

https://trueleft.createaforum.com/true-left-vs-false-left/western-democracy/msg9997/#msg9997
Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: 90sRetroFan on January 06, 2022, 09:48:37 pm
Why urban districts are reliably Blue:

(https://i1.wp.com/www.brookings.edu/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/frey_census_big_city_graph_fig_1@4x.png?w=768&crop=0%2C0px%2C100%2C9999px&ssl=1)

and will continue to be so:

(https://i1.wp.com/www.brookings.edu/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/frey_census_big_city_graph_fig_2@4x.png?w=768&crop=0%2C0px%2C100%2C9999px&ssl=1)

(https://i1.wp.com/www.brookings.edu/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/frey_census_big_city_graph_fig_3@4x.png?w=768&crop=0%2C0px%2C100%2C9999px&ssl=1)

Indeed, the margin of our hold over urban districts is excessive enough that we should actually think more about moving the demographic surplus into rural districts in order to turn them Blue also.
Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: 90sRetroFan on January 25, 2022, 08:43:30 pm
Thank you for your work:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-OFFmBsS-lA
Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: 90sRetroFan on January 26, 2022, 09:06:17 pm
https://www.yahoo.com/news/latinos-kick-off-campaign-oust-182742811.html

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Voto Latino has had enough of Democratic Sen. Kyrsten Sinema and is pledging to spend “six figures” to get rid of her when she’s up for re-election in 2024.

The national grassroots political group is just the latest to pile up against Sinema, who has been formally censured by the Arizona Democratic Party’s executive committee over her support of the filibuster.
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Voto Latino, just like the influential EMILY’s List and others who recently came out against Sinema, isn’t bluffing.

It has set up the adiossinema.org website to raise money and remind Arizonans that the first-term senator has blocked everything from voting rights to increasing the minimum hourly wage to $15 to pandemic relief for undocumented immigrants.

Sinema, who’s basking in Republican approval after she opposed changing the U.S. Senate filibuster rule, has clearly bet her future on her formidable ability to attract big donors in Arizona and elsewhere.

But she’ll need Democratic voters to get out of the primary – if she wants to stay in the U.S. Senate where its current 50-50 split gives her outsized power to shape or kill President Biden’s agenda.
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Yes, Sinema has the money to spread her message should she choose to seek re-election. But a 55,900-vote advantage isn’t unsurmountable.

That means Latino voters alone can stop her in her tracks.

https://adiossinema.org/
Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: 90sRetroFan on January 31, 2022, 10:32:15 pm
https://americankahani.com/lead-stories/socialists-among-us-indian-americans-are-emerging-as-the-intellectual-vanguard-of-the-american-left/

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in this rising left movement, people of South Asian descent appear to be playing an outsized role both as intellectual vanguard and grassroots activists. Young South Asian Americans born in this country and even some who were naturalized are becoming a force to reckon with. Rife with idealism, nurturing dreams of creating a better world, they are willing to make sacrifices to realize their vision.

Our enemies complain as usual:

https://vdare.com/articles/the-indian-ceo-virus-is-it-good-for-the-historic-american-nation

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Last November, a 37-year-old Indian immigrant you’ve never heard of became Chief Executive Officer of Twitter. His name is Parag Agrawal
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And lo and behold, on January 2, Twitter did indeed shut down immigration patriot Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene’s verified personal account.
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Should people with little or no real connection to this country tell those of us whose ancestors fought with George Washington how to run things, much less make public policy?

Indian immigrants have a connection with America as fellow former victims of Western colonialism, specifically at the hands of Britain:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Presidencies_and_provinces_of_British_India

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thirteen_Colonies

and France:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/French_India

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/New_France
Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: 90sRetroFan on February 06, 2022, 10:39:26 pm
Update:

https://www.yahoo.com/news/national-popular-vote-closer-think-130029298.html

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States are passing legislation or initiatives awarding their electors to the winner of the national popular vote. Once the number of states in the compact reaches 270 electoral votes, presidential elections will transition from the current method — 48 states use what is called the winner-take-all method of awarding electors while Maine and Nebraska award electors by congressional district — to a national popular vote.

How close is this to becoming a reality? Closer than you probably think.

The National Popular Vote Interstate Compact has been adopted by 16 states and the District of Columbia, totaling 195 electoral votes. Most recently, Colorado joined the compact and an initiative petition was launched in Michigan. The compact is a binding, actionable and realistic reform that utilizes the constitutional power of state legislators to select a method for awarding electors without abolishing the Electoral College.

The pathway from 195 to 270 is not impossible to see. The compact has passed in at least one house of state legislatures in eight additional states, accounting for more than 70 electoral votes. It is only a matter of time before those states also join the compact.
Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: 90sRetroFan on February 18, 2022, 08:06:48 pm
https://news.yahoo.com/guerrero-california-latinos-save-democrats-111022987.html

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Guerrero: Can California Latinos save Democrats in the midterm elections? A new congressional map offers hope

With new congressional maps based on the 2020 census, the number of Latino-majority districts in California has grown to 16 from 10. The six new majority-Latino districts could help Democrats retain control of the House. But it might require more from Democrats than they’re willing to give.

Although the state lost a congressional seat because of slower population growth, the independent redistricting commission’s maps approved last month give Latinos more power in line with their still-rising numbers. The 16 majority-Latino districts make up nearly a third of the state’s now 52 congressional seats. The question is whether Democrats can take advantage of those new districts to reduce the Republican-held seats in the California delegation from the current 10.
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Republicans can win these districts with low Latino turnout. A long tradition of Latino exclusion in the Central Valley, which persists today at the local level, aggravates distrust in politics. That distrust is not "conducive to participation,” Jesus Martinez, executive director of the Central Valley Immigrant Integration Collaborative, told me.

If Democrats want to tap the power of these Latino-majority districts, they must invest in in-person, door-to-door outreach to these communities, which unevenly benefited from stimulus checks, child tax credits and emergency rental assistance provided by last year’s American Rescue Plan. The plan was rejected by all the state’s Republican members of Congress.

It won’t be enough to remind Latinos of what Democrats have done and how Republicans have fought against assistance. Given the pandemic’s disproportionate toll on Latinos, many will want to know how Democrats would prioritize their families’ economic recovery as well as healthcare and education access.

Citizenship for long-time Latinos who lack legal immigration status is also critical because it is inseparable from the economic and health prospects of their mixed-status communities. So far, Democrats have failed to deliver on that promise.


“Latinos are at the periphery of California politics even though they’re central to the economy and to its future,” Sonja Diaz, founder of UCLA’s Latino Policy & Politics Initiative, told me. She said Democrats should seek Latino candidates who can speak to the concerns of Latino communities.

Many community leaders are optimistic about the long-term consequences of redistricting. Along the southern border, there will now be two congressional districts that are majority Latino. One of the new districts combines the Imperial Valley with parts of the Coachella Valley. The old map encompassed San Diego with the Imperial Valley.

Daniela Flores, co-founder of the Imperial Valley Equity and Justice Coalition, explained that the largely agricultural concerns of the Imperial Valley will receive more consideration now. “We have more political power,” she told me.
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Whether these new districts will turn to Democrats may well depend on Latinas driving the vote, in the same way they were instrumental in defeating the recall of Gov. Gavin Newsom. “They’re the ones politicians would be wise to pay attention to,” said Pablo Rodriguez, executive director of Communities for a New California Education Fund, noting that Latinas are higher-propensity voters than Latinos.
Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: 90sRetroFan on March 16, 2022, 12:51:44 am
Our enemies know what we are thinking just as well as we know what they are thinking:

https://vdare.com/articles/u-s-ruling-class-reluctant-to-accept-ukrainian-refugees-except-to-enable-increased-third-world-influx

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Leftists know that accepting a significant number of white refugees without adding POCs will delay the Great Replacement.
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The one upside to the Ukrainian surge: it will offset at least some non-white immigration. Many Ukrainians could be conservatives—many even religious conservatives—who won’t be automatic Democrat voters.

Don’t think the Democrats don’t know that.

Bottom line: Elected Republicans better be ready to oppose any effort to use an influx of Ukrainians to mask a massive increase of immigration from the Third World.
Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: 90sRetroFan on March 23, 2022, 09:31:17 pm
https://www.yahoo.com/gma/people-ought-used-seeing-us-094901963.html

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'People ought to get used to seeing us': More Black women are running for office
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“When you go into these battles you want to know you’re not doing it alone.”

Sykes is the co-founder of “Seated Together," an advanced training initiative for Black women serving in elected offices and part of a growing effort to better train, support and encourage more Black women to jump into the political arena.
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Emerge, a national program that supports and trains Democratic women running for office, has chapters across the country. The organization has 1,000 alumni serving in elected offices, including U.S. Rep. Lucy McBath, a Black Democrat from Georgia. Emerge teamed with Sykes to develop "Seated Together.'' The next cohort is planned for the fall.
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The national group Vote Mama doesn’t have a formal training program, but endorses, mentors and funds Democratic mothers who have children under 18 years old.
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“This work needs to happen for Black women, for Latinas, for Asian women, for Native women. Those voices need to be at the table," said Debbie Walsh, director of the Center for American Women and Politics. "It takes intentionality for this kind of change to happen.’’

Glad to see Jewish women not included. Remember: anyone who includes Jews in any supposed POC list is automatically our enemy.
Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: 90sRetroFan on April 02, 2022, 03:38:00 am
Demographic Blueshift playing its part in ending Blue Sinophobia (eventually leaving it a Red-only attitude, as has been our aim all along):

https://www.yahoo.com/news/asian-americans-call-rep-tim-212948298.html

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Asian Americans call out Rep. Tim Ryan for airing ad that's 'rife with Sinophobia'

Asian American organizers and officials are criticizing Rep. Tim Ryan, D-Ohio, over a campaign ad they say inflames Sinophobia and anti-Asian hate.

Ryan, who is running for Senate, released the spot Tuesday. In it, he claims that “Communist China” is to blame for the loss of American jobs.

“China’s winning. Workers are losing,” Ryan says in the ad. “It’s us vs. them. Capitalism vs. communism. I’m not backing down. Are you?”

Ryan’s House colleague, Rep. Grace Meng, called on Ryan to take down the ad, saying it is “essentially shifting blame away from American corporations’ anti-worker policies and putting a target on the backs of #AAPIs.” And other organizations, such as the youth civic engagement group Run AAPI and the super PAC AAPI Victory Fund, condemned the ad, saying it could further harm a community that has already endured heightened racism during the pandemic.
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Linh Nguyen, senior adviser for Run AAPI, noted that similar language and vitriol around Japanese auto manufacturers in the 1980s is what led to the killing of Vincent Chin, a Chinese American who was beaten to death by two white autoworkers who had mistaken him for being Japanese.
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Nguyen said that in districts across the country, Asian Americans have proven themselves to be the margin of victory. In Georgia’s 7th Congressional District, Asian Americans helped swing the traditionally Republican area to the Democrats.
Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: 90sRetroFan on April 13, 2022, 10:07:52 pm
Our enemies accurately point out that Ukrainian refugees are not Demographic Blueshifters:

https://vdare.com/posts/don-t-call-ukrainians-refugees-because-they-aren-t

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I think the most interesting aspect of this is that the Biden Regime thinks they are getting Democrat voters. Unlikely; once exposed to blacks, these Ukrainian migrants will become fast Republicans, just look at Eastern Europeans in Chicago. Or this little gem from France, the Ukrainian migrants find the mathematics tests in France too easy. Just wait until these Ukrainians are the victims of affirmative action in college admissions.
Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: 90sRetroFan on April 27, 2022, 08:39:17 pm
Our enemies think our theory is correct after all:

https://vdare.com/articles/boston-mayor-michelle-wu-and-the-rise-of-it-just-isn-t-mine-asian-leftists

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The truth is that Asians, particularly well-educated Asians, make up a growing segment of the anti-American, Open Borders Left.
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Mayor Wu attended the Boston Saint Patrick’s Day Breakfast, a popular political tradition during which there is enormous pressure to be funny. During her remarks, Wu described her first four months in office this way:

    Trial by snow. Trial by firefighter’s union. I’m getting used to dealing with problems that are expensive, disruptive, and white—I’m talking about snowflakes, snowstorms, snowflakes [Boston Mayor Michelle Wu Blasted For ‘White’ Jokes At St. Patrick’s Day Breakfast, by Tim Meads, Daily Wire, March 21, 2022]

The joke dropped like a lead balloon because everyone knew that Wu wasn’t joking. She really does despise white people, which explains why she has been openly targeting the white restaurant owners in the historic North End who bucked her vaccine passport [”This is tyranny!”: North End business owners lash out in City Hall, by Drew Karedes, Boston 25 News, March 29, 2022].
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The reality is that Asian voters consistently support Left-wing candidates in large numbers, and there is no reason to expect that to change anytime soon[Asian Americans voted for Biden 63% to 31%, but the reality is more complex, by Kimmy Yam, NBC, November 9, 2020]. (The reality isn’t more complex: Steve Sailer wrote Asian "Natural Republicans" Vote 75% Democratic—Any More Bright Ideas? in 2005.)
Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: 90sRetroFan on May 07, 2022, 11:49:16 pm
All according to plan:

https://www.newsmax.com/newsfront/white-house-press-secretary-karine-jean-pierre-aipac/2022/05/06/id/1068745/

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New WH Press Secretary Urged Democrats to Skip Pro-Israel AIPAC
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Karine Jean-Pierre, a former official of the activist MoveOn group, on Thursday was named to replace Jen Psaki as White House press secretary. Jean-Pierre will become the first Black woman and first openly LGBTQ person in the job.

In 2019, Jean-Pierre endorsed pressure by MoveOn on Democratic Party presidential candidates to boycott the annual AIPAC conference.
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Jean-Pierre wrote that AIPAC and the Trump administration had "sabotaged" the Iran nuclear deal crafted by former President Barack Obama, and she slammed the group for asking Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to be its headline speaker.

She also said the AIPAC's "severely racist, Islamophobic rhetoric has proven just as alarming. The organization has become known for trafficking in anti-Muslim and anti-Arab rhetoric while lifting up Islamophobic voices and attitudes."
Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: 90sRetroFan on May 16, 2022, 10:01:32 pm
Yes! We must own, not deny, the "Great Replacement":

https://www.yahoo.com/news/column-im-part-great-replacement-195222727.html

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Column: I'm part of the 'great replacement.'
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Having graduated two years earlier from Anaheim High, I was a Doc Martens-wearing, "Simpsons"-quoting nerd who expected to earn a film degree within two years at Chapman University and fully assimilate into American life by moving to south Orange County.

What else was I supposed to do? I had never considered myself anything other than 100% Made in the U.S.A. — even if my creators were a Mexican immigrant father and mother, the former of whom came in the trunk of a Chevy.

In school, we were taught that we were in the best country on Earth. That anyone could make something of themselves if only they tried hard enough. That racism mostly existed in our history textbooks.

Well, that last part, at least, was a fair amount of hooey. Here are just a few real-life examples:

There was the Sycamore Junior High science teacher who told a classroom full of us Latinos that we didn’t compare to his students from the 1970s, when the school was far more white.
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Racially motivated mass shootings like the one that happened this past weekend on the other side of the country in Buffalo, N.Y., just drive this point home. Again, and again, and again. In the past, in the present and undoubtedly — and unfortunately — in some not far-off future, this pattern will repeat.

Payton Gendron, 18, killed 10 people at a grocery store he targeted because it was in a Black neighborhood. He left behind a vile manifesto dripping with the poison of racism and delusion and a fragility endemic to the likes of him.

What he did was extreme, but you hear this same fragility when politicians rail about immigrants and refugees. Or when white Americans talk about how things aren't like they used to be in some fantasyland of a time — perhaps before civil rights began to finally take hold.

The United States is indisputably becoming more diverse. Asians and Latinos are the fastest-growing groups; Black America remains a catalyst for social justice and criminal justice reform. It's the country I've known my entire life and one that has allowed my family and friends to prosper, racism be damned.
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What especially freaks out the Carlsons and Gendrons of this country isn't that people like me aren't the inheritors of the American dream — it's that we're its inquisitors. We want a country truly based on the pledges of equality and freedom it was founded on. For too many white Americans, this is nothing short of a declaration of war; what's reasonable to us makes them feel like they're losing their grasp on what they might have believed was their exclusive birthright.

MAKE REPLACEMENT GREAT AGAIN!
Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: 90sRetroFan on May 18, 2022, 08:06:53 pm
The correct way to respond when our enemies accuse us of replacing them:

(https://www.amren.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/05/retweet-to-spook-right-wing-populists.jpeg)
Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: 90sRetroFan on May 19, 2022, 09:32:54 pm
Our enemies are adept at dealing with leftist public denial of the Great Replacement; they just show examples of the deniers celebrating it in private. What they don't know how to deal with is leftist public celebration of the Great Replacement:

https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2022/05/19/nytimes-population-replacement-is-routine-and-renewing/

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a top New York Times editor, Jia Lynn Yang, has shown herself to be a fervent advocate for importing unsullied immigrants to redeem Americans’ homeland from Americans’ sins. In her 2020 pro-migration book, titled “One Mighty and Irresistible Tide,” Yang wrote:
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Set against all the sins of America’s past — from slavery to the removal and genocide of American Indians — the arrival of open-hearted immigrants, grateful for a chance at a new life on our shores serves as a constant renewal of hope in the American project. If there is salvation for this country, it very well may lie in the underlying gratitude of a refugee whose life has been saved by the granting of a visa.

Yang’s parents migrated from Taiwan, and she wants to mobilize diverse migrants to transform America — quickly and permanently
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The current generation of immigrants and children of immigrants — like those who came before us — must articulate a new vision for the current era, one that embraces rather than elides how far America has drifted from its European roots. If [immigrants] do not [act], their opponents can simply point out to the America of the last fifty years as a demographic aberration, and they would not be wrong.
Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: 90sRetroFan on May 24, 2022, 09:20:08 pm
Our enemies let us know that we are not safe yet:

https://vdare.com/letters/a-patriot-lawyer-says-birth-data-show-the-white-population-increasing-in-spite-of-national-policy-designed-to-reduce-it

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Birth data for 2021 just got released from the Centers for Disease Control. The biggest news was that the number of births increased by about 1% from 2020. This was the first increase in seven years.
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However, there were also some pronounced shifts in the number of births by race. The black, Asian, and Native American birth rates all dropped, but the Hispanic and white birth rates increased. In totality, the percentage of births to white mothers went up from about 51% in 2020 to about 51.5% in 2021.
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If an immigration moratorium were imposed, there is a good faith basis to believe that America's demographics could be restored.

Without state control over reproduction, mass immigration is our only path to victory.
Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: 90sRetroFan on May 25, 2022, 11:58:23 pm
(https://cdn.hyvor.com/s1/uploads/talk/user-uploads/628ee02b3085f8.994928681653530667sXTZZpRUzynI27wWfAGQ.png)
Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: 90sRetroFan on May 27, 2022, 04:19:33 am
I anticipated the following line of enemy attack, and hence warned leftists against denial of the Great Replacement:

https://www.newsweek.com/democrats-are-massive-hypocrites-so-called-great-replacement-theory-opinion-1708768

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Democrats and progressive activists, based on their own rhetoric over the years, subscribe to "replacement theory" more than anyone else. As vice president, Biden himself said that a "constant" and "unrelenting" stream of immigration would reduce Americans of "white European stock" to an "absolute minority," and that this was "a source of our strength."
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This is not a conspiracy theory; it "happens to be the same demographic argument Ruy Teixiera made in The Emerging Democratic Majority," as conservative commentator Ben Shapiro noted.

Shapiro is right, but there's more to it than that.

Teixeira published The Emerging Democratic Majority in 2004. That book argued, in his words, that Democrats should exploit "economic and demographic changes, including the growth of minority communities and cultural shifts among college graduates." And simply put, the "growth" of those communities has been due to policies that have facilitated mass migration.
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In 2013, Politico concluded that amnesty for millions of illegal aliens "would produce an electoral bonanza for Democrats and cripple Republican prospects in many states they now win easily." The following year, James G. Gimpel, a professor of government at the University of Maryland, College Park, published a study that found the "flow of legal immigrants into the country—29.5 million from 1980 to 2012—has remade and continues to remake the nation's electorate in favor of the Democratic Party."

A comprehensive report by the American Enterprise Institute, the Brookings Institution and the Center for American Progress came to a similar conclusion in 2016: In the long run, demography favors the Democrats. And in 2018, CNN host Michael Smerconish discussed with demographer Rogelio Saenz, over a chyron that read, "THE VANISHING WHITE AMERICAN," that demographic trends connected to immigration spell doom for the GOP.

All of this was viewed as a legitimate political strategy for Democrats, and was discussed in the cold language of hard political calculus. It took a harsher turn in the era of former President Donald Trump, who spoke to the anxieties of white working-class Americans. No group likes being told that it is the villain of history and deserving of dispossession. Trump's rise should have been a warning sign to Democrats and progressives to tone down the talk of demographic triumphalism. Instead, they dialed it up to eleven.
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Whether and how much immigration is a good thing is a secondary question to the fact of Democrats' disingenuousness about so-called "great replacement theory": "It's not happening, and it's good that it is." Political scientist Michael Anton calls this the "celebration parallax," which states: "[T]he same fact pattern is either true and glorious or false and scurrilous depending on who states it."

It seems more commenters are adopting the approach I recommend of not denying the Great Replacement:

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The last time I talked to a replacement theory nut, I asked what that would happen to white folks. After he finished his paranoid rant my response was simply "So, exactly what you did to Native Americans?". He instantly cut the webcam...

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I am sure all the First Nation people send the author their thoughts and prayers.

His own hypocrisy meter probably broke after the needle curled into a spiral and it spun for a while.

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Amen. Whites steal most of he country from the Indigenous people, Then steal Arizona, California, and New Mexico from Mexico after the 1846 Mexican-American war.
Now Republicans crying that their White supremacy might be in danger

Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: 90sRetroFan on June 01, 2022, 09:09:02 pm
Our enemies produce propaganda for us:

(https://vdare.com/public_upload/publication/featured_image/57718/VDARE-coulter-black-replacement.jpg)
Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: 90sRetroFan on June 07, 2022, 04:12:51 am
(https://media.breitbart.com/media/2022/06/YouGov.jpg)
Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: 90sRetroFan on June 16, 2022, 08:40:24 pm
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dygCNCe5YBE

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Keisha_Lance_Bottoms

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Bottoms declared that Atlanta was a "welcoming city" and "will remain open and welcoming to all" following President Donald Trump's actions regarding refugees in the United States.[19] In 2018, she signed an executive order forbidding the city jail to hold ICE detainees.[20] In July 2019, Bottoms said, "Our city does not support ICE. We don't have a relationship with the U.S. Marshal Service. We closed our detention center to ICE detainees, and we would not pick up people on an immigration violation."[21]

(https://pics.loveforquotes.com/keisha-lance-bottoms-keishabottoms-follow-atlanta-has-permanently-ended-its-36099224.png)

(https://pics.loveforquotes.com/keisha-lance-bottoms-33s-thank-you-for-choosing-atlanta-the-65148462.png)

https://keishalancebottoms.com/about/

Want more of the same? That's why we need the Great Replacement!
Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: 90sRetroFan on June 18, 2022, 12:00:47 am
Our enemies' subhuman minds are incapable of imagining that immigrants can also be climate activists:

https://vdare.com/posts/it-isn-t-climate-activists-pushing-politics-leftward-in-upstate-new-york-it-s-immigrants-who-are-displacing-old-white-democrats

or at least more so than those whom they are displacing.
Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: 90sRetroFan on June 20, 2022, 09:28:43 pm
With enough Demographic Blueshift, even the currently rotten US police:

https://trueleft.createaforum.com/news/police-rightist-bias/

might be able to become a respectable institution in the future:

https://barenakedislam.com/2022/06/20/cleveland-police-officer-of-the-year-is-a-muslim-who-glorified-hitler-and-repeatedly-spread-his-virulent-anti-semitism-online/

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    Glorified Hitler
    Spread antisemitism
    Spread antisemitic conspiracy theories.
    Defended the terror group Hamas
    Expressed his personal hatred of Israel and Zionists.

“We initially released Ismail Quran’s profile in January 2019. His large number of antisemitic posts were severe and all posted after Quran had completed his first Police Officer Physical Agility Exam,” Canary Mission said in a statement. “We were already concerned that the Cleveland Police Department employed an officer with a record of antisemitic hate speech. However, we are shocked and dismayed that the Cleveland Police Department honored Quran later that same year.”

(https://barenakedislam.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/06/Ismail-Quran-4053986384.png)
Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: 90sRetroFan on June 22, 2022, 12:40:18 am
Make Replacement Great Again:

https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2022/06/21/democrats-vow-transformative-plan-to-add-1m-foreign-born-residents-to-u-s-voter-rolls-in-4-years/

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Former Rep. Luis Gutierrez (D-IL) has launched the group “Our Nation’s Future” with support from Sen. Dick Durbin (D-IL) with the goal of helping one million green card-holders gain naturalized American citizenship within the next four years.

Such a goal would ensure that about a million foreign-born residents are likely added to U.S. voter rolls in key swing states, both Gutierrez and Durbin seemingly acknowledged. Gutierrez, specifically, called the plan “transformative” for upcoming elections.

“In America, the overwhelming growth population is Hispanic, and even a conservative Republican can count,” Durbin said during a news conference. “And if they can count they know in future elections, their fate may be decided by those same Hispanic Americans.”
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Research and the establishment media have consistently admitted that the larger a region’s foreign-born population, the more likely that region is to vote for Democrats over Republicans.

In 2019, for example, The Atlantic‘s Ronald Brownstein found that nearly 90 percent of House congressional districts with a foreign-born population above the national average are won by Democrats. This means every congressional district with a foreign-born population exceeding 15 percent has a 90 percent chance of electing Democrats and only a ten percent chance of electing a Republican.

The Washington Post, the New York Times, the Atlantic, Axios, the Los Angeles Times, and the Wall Street Journal have all admitted that rapid demographic changes spurred by mass immigration are tilting the nation toward a permanent Democrat political majority.

“The single biggest threat to Republicans’ long-term viability is demographics,” Axios acknowledged in 2019. “The numbers simply do not lie … there’s not a single demographic megatrend that favors Republicans.”

https://www.ournationsfuture.org/
Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: 90sRetroFan on June 22, 2022, 10:44:40 pm
https://dnyuz.com/2022/06/22/could-new-york-city-lose-its-last-remaining-jewish-congressman/

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For a century, New York has been the center of Jewish political power in the United States. So much so that as recently as the 1990s, Jewish lawmakers made up roughly about half of New York City’s delegation to the House of Representatives.

Now, Ms. Messinger said at the event earlier this month, gesturing to the frumpily dressed older man sitting beside her, there is only one left — Representative Jerrold Nadler — and he could soon be ousted in this summer’s primary.

“For those of you who are old and don’t believe this because you remember the glorious past, it would mean that New York City would no longer have a single Jewish representative in Congress,” said Ms. Messinger, an elder stateswoman in Manhattan’s liberal Jewish circles, who is backing Mr. Nadler.
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or Jews, who once numbered two million people in New York City and have done as much as any group to shape its modern identity, the race also has the potential to be a watershed moment — a test of how much being an identifiably Jewish candidate still matters in a city where the tides of demographic and political clout have slowly shifted toward New Yorkers of Black, Latino and Asian heritage.

And that is the Great Replacement. It is not "Jews will not replace us." It is: WE WILL REPLACE JEWS!

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“At a gut level, New York City without a Jewish representative would feel like — someplace else,” said Letty Cottin Pogrebin, an author, founding editor of Ms. magazine and self-described “dyed-in-the-wool New York Jew.”

That's the point.

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“You know, there are 57 varieties of Jews. We are racially and politically and religiously diverse to the point of lunacy sometimes,” she said. “You need somebody in the room who can decode our differences and explain the complexity of our issues.”

No, we just need somebody in the room with an assault rifle and an understanding of Ahimsa.

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New York sent its first Jewish representative, a merchant named Emanuel B. Hart, to Congress in 1851. By 1992, when Mr. Nadler arrived in the House, there were eight Jewish members representing parts of New York City alone.

Today, nine of the 13 members representing parts of the five boroughs are Black or Latino. Another is Asian American.

In 1851 "non-whites" were not even citizens yet. Does anyone still want to dispute that Jews are "white"?

https://trueleft.createaforum.com/true-left-vs-false-left/jews-have-nothing-in-common-with-us!/

Continuing:

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No one is suggesting that Jewish politicians will be locked out of power permanently in New York if Mr. Nadler loses. There are other Jewish candidates running for city House seats this year, including Max Rose, Daniel Goldman and Robert Zimmerman, though each faces an uphill fight to win.

Where's that assault rifle again?

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Representative Stephen J. Solarz saw his Brooklyn district **** in redistricting and lost in a bid for a neighboring seat drawn to empower Hispanic voters.

Gary L. Ackerman, another long-tenured Jewish lawmaker known for importing kosher deli food for an annual Washington fund-raiser, retired during the last redistricting cycle in 2012, when mapmakers stitched together growing Asian populations, which in turn led to the election of the city’s first Asian congresswoman, Grace Meng.

I told you this would work.

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Ms. Maloney, who is Presbyterian but represents a sizable Jewish population on the East Side, has positioned herself as a staunch ally of Israel and American Jews.
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“It’s not about the religion, it’s about the beliefs,” said Harley Lippman, a New York businessman active in Jewish-Israeli relations. He argued that non-Jews like Ms. Maloney were often more effective “because no one could say they are biased.”

We are coming after Maloney also:

https://trueleft.createaforum.com/allies/ilhan-omar/msg5564/#msg5564

https://trueleft.createaforum.com/true-left-vs-false-left/jews-have-nothing-in-common-with-us!/msg10877/#msg10877

Continuing:

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Mr. Israel recalled a meeting with the Israeli consul general in New York as early as 2016 in which the diplomat talked openly about the need to recalibrate his country’s outreach to cultivate stronger relationships with a rising cohort of Black and Latino lawmakers.

If any Jew approaches you to "cultivate stronger relationships", a machete can be a useful tool to help you get the message across about what you think of them.
Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: rp on July 04, 2022, 01:21:39 pm
(https://cloudfront-us-east-1.images.arcpublishing.com/advancelocal/XSP2KSFAJZADJHOTDEORB5FVWU.jpg)
BTW, the woman on the right was actually born in the United States. So this is not just nativism, this is straight up racism.
(For the record I don't like cricket fields either as cricket is a Western colonial sport)
Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: Zhang Caizhi on July 05, 2022, 02:34:05 am
Talking about cricket, it is played much in India and Pakistan. Even a former Pakistani PM, Imran Khan, was a cricketer.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/India%E2%80%93Pakistan_cricket_rivalry
Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: NSFAN on July 17, 2022, 04:23:48 pm
Expert says Democrats face a 'big problem' winning future elections
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Political demographics expert Ruy Teixeira joins Inside Politics to discuss a new poll among key voter demographics and how it signifies a "massive shift" for the Democratic Party.
#cnn #News
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m1obuysgeXY

Democrats Could End Up Winning BIG In Senate Races
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In Pennsylvania, Ohio, and Georgia, Democrats are polling ahead of where the "experts" predicted they would be in their Senate races. John Fetterman, Tim Ryan, and Raphael Warnock are all leading their Republican opponents, with Fetterman and Ryan in positions to possibly win back seats that were previously held by Republicans. If these trends continue, not only could Democrats retain the Senate, but they could increase their numbers and make people like Manchin and Sinema irrelevant. Ring of Fire's Farron Cousins explains what's happening.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TFlOt5L1ZHc
Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: 90sRetroFan on August 20, 2022, 05:05:48 pm
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cngOZPRe5S0
Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: 90sRetroFan on September 01, 2022, 06:11:33 pm
We all know that Reds use gerrymandering to counter Demographic Blueshift:

https://trueleft.createaforum.com/news/voter-suppression/

Fortunately, Demographic Blueshift can also counter gerrymandering:

https://www.yahoo.com/news/aapi-voters-suing-texas-allegedly-233509689.html

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AAPI voters are suing Texas for allegedly discriminatory gerrymandering

A coalition of AAPI voters is suing the state of Texas for allegedly suppressing the voting power of minorities through last year's redistricting.

Amatullah Contractor, who is among the group of plaintiffs filing a lawsuit against Governor Greg Abbott and Secretary of State John Scott, was recently redistricted from her diverse and liberal-leaning 7th district to the more rural and conservative 8th district when Texas legislators redrew the maps last year.

“"One of my main concerns with these maps is that they were drawn with almost predetermined outcomes," Contractor told Houston Public Media. "So going into the 2022 election, I already know who my representative is going to be immediately after the primary, just because of the way that it was drawn."

The rezoning of electoral districts has allegedly blocked AAPI representation on the congressional level by breaking up Fort Bend County, home of one of the largest groups of AAPI voters, and significantly hindering the election prospects of Sri Preston Kulkarni — an Asian American democratic candidate for Congressional District 22.

“Congressional District 22 was really the only chance we would have had to send an Asian American to Congress,” Nabila Mansoor, executive director of the progressive organization Rise AAPI, told Houston Public Media. “That has now been taken away.”

The plaintiffs’ legal team is composed of civil rights organizations, including Asian American Legal Defense and Education Fund (AALDEF), and attorneys from New York University's Brennan Center for Justice and the law firm of Paul, Weiss.

Jerry Mattamala, the director of the Democracy Program at AALDEF, called the conflation of minority Asian American communities with majority white rural populations “the most brazen, clear case of vote dilution," and attributed the practice to a 2013 Supreme Court precedent that struck down part of the Voting Rights Act.

In other Demographic Blueshift news:

https://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-62747378

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Mary Peltola: First Alaskan Native elected to Congress as Sarah Palin loses

Also:

https://news.yahoo.com/san-francisco-da-jenkins-review-184952706.html

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Two-thirds of Asian voters backed Boudin’s recall in June, the highest level of all racial groups, according to a poll conducted by the San Francisco Standard in May.
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Jenkins, who worked in the DA’s office for seven years as a prosecutor, resigned last October after criticizing what she saw as Boudin’s failure to prosecute serious crimes, and later became a leading supporter of his recall.

Of course:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chesa_Boudin

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Boudin was born in New York City to Jewish parents.[8]

WE WILL REPLACE YOU!

See also:

https://trueleft.createaforum.com/issues/uniting-americans/msg15412/#msg15412
Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: 90sRetroFan on September 16, 2022, 04:16:47 am
Our enemies lament:

https://vdare.com/posts/great-replacement-update-maine-about-to-create-more-ilhan-omars

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A Somali called Mana Abdi will soon be elected to represent the voters of 95th district in the state’s House of Representative because the white Republican inexplicably pulled out
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The mayor of South Portland, Deqa Dhalac, another Somali, wants to occupy the 120th District House seat “be a voice in Augusta for immigrant communities”

In other Demographic Blueshift news:

https://twitter.com/tbonier/status/1570591187253489665

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Re-upping this with some new stats. The Latino turnout that set a record for highest Latino turnout ever in any KS election -a shocking 62% of those voters were women, and the median age of the women Latino voters was 36. And they were +30 Dem.

WE WILL REPLACE YOU!
Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: 90sRetroFan on September 26, 2022, 02:50:33 am
The Great Replacement will solve all kinds of problems:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BnBrMG5c8G0

Commenters understand this too:

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We need more POC of in the police force

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White officers should not be policing people they have a horrible track record for senseless killing blacks and minority group

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The racist white men are really dangerous.

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White racism must be exterminated.

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Yall saw the purge mentally of the white boys.  The purge has been going on since 1492. We need to return the favor. Now. Without...delay.
Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: 90sRetroFan on September 28, 2022, 11:14:46 pm
https://www.yahoo.com/news/majority-asian-americans-texas-want-002507412.html

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Parties and candidates should be doing more to reach Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders in Texas, who are growing rapidly and are eager to vote in the midterm elections, a new report indicates.
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Researchers surveyed 2,700 likely voters in Texas, including 660 Asian Americans, in July. Participants were surveyed online and in English. The results showed 42% of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders identify as Democratic and 29% as Republican. About one-third identify as independent.
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Fifty-four percent oppose banning teaching critical race theory.

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The Asian American electorate will inevitably become a critical voting bloc, Ramakrishnan said. The report said that over the past decade, the Asian American and Pacific Islander populations grew by about two-thirds, accounting for 18% of the state’s overall population growth.

“We know from the political science literature that investing in outreach and education to a fast-growing population pays dividends,” Ramakrishnan said. “You’re more likely to earn the support, and ultimately the loyalty, of an electorate if you do outreach early and often.”

(https://ih1.redbubble.net/image.2339515969.5951/poster,840x830,f8f8f8-pad,1000x1000,f8f8f8.jpg)
Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: christianbethel on September 29, 2022, 12:28:16 pm
Just to be sure, CRT is a part of Aryanist policy, right?
Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: 90sRetroFan on September 29, 2022, 05:41:05 pm
What our enemies call "CRT" is merely teaching US history truthfully.
Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: 90sRetroFan on November 07, 2022, 12:23:40 am
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EG0jQOKFlH0
Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: 90sRetroFan on November 09, 2022, 03:11:33 pm
Continuing from:

https://trueleft.createaforum.com/news/red-coup/msg16215/#msg16215

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At least this time we have Jenkins following up the case:

As I was saying:

https://www.sfchronicle.com/bayarea/article/Paul-Pelosi-attack-Suspect-David-DePape-could-be-17556136.php

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ICE Wants to Deport Pelosi Attack Suspect to Canada. D.A. Brooke Jenkins Says S.F. Won’t Turn Him Over

 ;D

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Officials from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security want to deport the man accused of bludgeoning U.S. Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s husband with a hammer, but District Attorney Brooke Jenkins said Thursday that she will refuse to turn him over, citing San Francisco’s sanctuary city policies.
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“San Francisco is a sanctuary city and our policy is sacred,” Jenkins said in a statement, hours after U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement publicly disclosed the hold on DePape, 42, who was arrested and accused of a home invasion, assault and bizarre kidnapping plot.

If local law enforcement were to comply with the ICE hold, they would turn DePape over to the federal agency to possibly be shipped back to Canada after his criminal cases wrap up in San Francisco. But Jenkins was adamant that won’t happen.

“We will not be collaborating or coordinating with ICE,” the district attorney maintained.

ICE is merely using this case to set a precedent for subsequently deporting many more Blue voters. Well done Jenkins for avoiding the ICE trap!

And congratulations on successful re-election!

https://twitter.com/BrookeJenkinsSF/status/1590442566599970816
Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: 90sRetroFan on November 10, 2022, 02:38:09 pm
Midterm stats:

(https://i.imgur.com/2w3fOMv.jpeg)
Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: 90sRetroFan on November 11, 2022, 03:55:11 pm
An accurate observation by our enemies:

https://vdare.com/posts/ron-desantis-won-florida-handily-because-he-increased-his-share-of-the-white-vote

(https://vdare.com/public_upload/publication/featured_image/58818/VDARE-desantis-sailer.jpg)

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Coming off an incredible victory in the 2022 Florida gubernatorial race, it’s vital to point out the difference in DeSantis’ razor thin 2018 victory and his dominating performance this year: the white vote.

In 2018, whites represented 66 percent of the electorate in Florida. DeSantis received:

    DeSantis received 60% of the white vote
    DeSantis received 69% of the white male vote
    DeSantis received 51% of the white female vote

In 2022, where DeSantis beat his Democrat opponent 59%-40%, the importance of winning the white vote and its correlation to this landslide victory couldn’t be clearer. Whites represent 64% of the electorate in 2022:

    DeSantis received 65% of the white vote
    DeSantis received 72% of the white male vote
    DeSantis received 58% of the white female vote

It’s not hard, folks.

In a white majority state and nation, increase the white share of the vote, and win an election by a landslide (instead of barely beating a closeted homosexual black degenerate the media had anointed as Presidential stock).

We call it the Sailer Strategy. Simply put: It’s how to save the Historic American Nation, and it’s the reason DeSantis dominated in 2022.

The white vote.

So, what kind of platform do you think will increase the "white" vote?
Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: 90sRetroFan on November 12, 2022, 07:12:05 pm
A Demographic Blueshift success story:

https://www.yahoo.com/news/meet-23-old-indian-american-010427265.html

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Meet the 23-year-old Indian American who flipped a Republican Illinois district

Nabeela Syed, 23, came of age during the Trump administration. An Indian Muslim American who wears a hijab, she remembers the former president’s 2016 Election Day with perfect clarity. She was a a senior at her high school in Palatine, Illinois, and the racist, Islamophobic rhetoric being parroted around her sealed her first political memory.

“The day Trump got elected, I remember I cried in every single one of my classes,” she told NBC News. “I felt like this country was not for us. I was like, ‘I don’t know if I belong here.’ This is the only home I’ve ever known, and I was questioning whether or not I belonged here.”

Six years later, in November 2022, another election has come to mean something entirely different for Syed.

This year, her name was on the ballot to represent the Illinois General Assembly, and she won. In doing so, Syed flipped the Republican-held 51st District, in which she was born and raised. In January, she will become the youngest member of the assembly.
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Syed’s parents moved to Palatine from Hyderabad, India, in the 1980s. They came here looking for more opportunities, she said, and to establish a family in which their kids could thrive.

“I’m very grateful for all the sacrifices they made so that I could live here,” she said. “Never in their wildest dreams did they think that I would run for political office. And here I am running for office and winning, and it’s because of them…My mother said if I didn’t do it, who would?”
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“This is just one story,” she said. “There are so many other young South Asian folks that are doing incredible things. Whether it’s politics, comedy, social media, medicine, it’s incredible to see how powerful this demographic is.”

This is what we need happening in every district of every state.
Title: Re: Tolerance Is an Ugly Word
Post by: rp on November 13, 2022, 04:34:05 pm
TYT endorses great replacement:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vYaE1rPKeFE
Title: Re: Demographic Blueshift
Post by: 90sRetroFan on November 13, 2022, 05:21:41 pm
Our enemies lament:

https://barenakedislam.com/2022/11/12/bet-your-local-news-didnt-even-report-the-worst-of-the-results-from-americas-midterm-elections/

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z29WqwGw9IU
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mAa_2Q4PEOM