Migrant Invasion of USA

Goni

Robin
The non-European post-1965 immigration was merely the nail in the coffin of the US. The Eastern and Southern Europeans who got in from 1890-1920 before we shut the border were the ones who delivered the death blow. You see them sprinkled throughout government, academia, media and business starting in the 1920s and their power and negative influence grew from there.
You have no idea what you are talking about.

There was immigration in the states even before 1890 but blaming eastern and southern europeans in the States for what is happening now is ridiculous. I do not evan like southern Italians and modern greeks in large have nothing to do with Ancient Hellens , nor do I think that Eastern Slavs should migrate in mass to the west, but none of these people are to be blamed.

First of all they were all from Europe and could easily adapt to American culture. On the other hand being from Europe, they wanted to get integrated into the " white" society and not the opposite.

As if Americans of British, German and Other ancestry are better... UK is probably the most degenerated country in Europe while in Sweden the concept of marriage has almost died... in France and Germany mass feminism and cuckoldery rules...

The issue is much deeper and the true rulers of the west and America are some people with a distinct origins from Levant.. half of Congress has a passport from a state over there.

They took America into their hand after the Civil War and sealed the deal with the creation of Federal Reserves.

They are in charge, and not some poor eastern Europeans who came in 1895.
 

Garuda

Woodpecker
The non-European post-1965 immigration was merely the nail in the coffin of the US. The Eastern and Southern Europeans who got in from 1890-1920 before we shut the border were the ones who delivered the death blow. You see them sprinkled throughout government, academia, media and business starting in the 1920s and their power and negative influence grew from there.
Sure a few anarchists snuck in through Ellis Island but the majority of these people didn't flinch to join the war effort in WWII. Most are capitalist and a sizable portion are staunchly religious who oppose clown world. In fact, the descendants of those Southern Europeans were the only ones to defend statues and memorials during the recent rioting. Not to mention those from Eastern Europe vehemently opposed the Helsinki Accords saying it was a surrender of their ancestral homelands to communism.

The majority of the immigration to the Upper Midwest was German and Scandinavian and yet look at Des Moines, Madison and Minneapolis today.
 

Renzy

Kingfisher
Changing voter demographics will alter future elections


The Nov. 3 election will almost certainly be a turning point for our country no matter who wins. It will also likely be the last presidential election cycle in which the familiar demographic and ideological divisions we’ve grown accustomed to will apply.
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The Pew Research Center recently published a demographic study that found the percentage of non-Hispanic white voters had declined in all 50 states since 2000, significant because all major voter groups except whites lean Democratic.

Ultimately 75% of net growth in the electorate since 2000 has been from non-white voters. As the pool of eligible voters becomes increasingly diverse racially and ethnically, the ability to win national elections on a foundation of mainly white voters will fade.
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Finally, while the overall gender balance of the population remains fairly stable, voting patterns may not. Since the mid-1980s, women have voted at modestly higher rates than men (a four-point difference in 2016) and that pattern will likely continue. The partisan divide is expanding among women though, with Pew reporting 56% of women identifying as Democrats and only 38% as Republicans in 2019; the comparable figures for men were 50% vs 42%.

The combination of these trends suggests the 2020 election may be the last in which a national candidate can hope to win by targeting primarily older, white, conservative voters. By 2024, those voters will simply not represent a large enough block to secure victory without building a much wider coalition.
 
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