Friday, December 11, 2015

Ramble 12/11

I won’t hold my breath waiting for the New York Times to use the term as quickly as it does for Donald Trump.

With respect to the NYT and "the media," these same tribal ethnic activists ("fascists") working all over the place have been supporting arming Syrian "rebels"/terrorists while they simultaneously work toward their goal of disarming European American men.

They're attacking our cops while seeking to disarm us.

Their overall plan of displacement and ethnic replacement, in their own words:
Support for, and opposition to, gun control is closely associated with several demographic characteristics, including race [??], level of education and whether one lives in a city. Nearly all are trending forcefully against the NRA.
   The core of the NRA’s support comes from white, rural and relatively less educated voters. [The ethnic target of these people, pay attention to who writes these articles in America.] This demographic is currently influential in politics but clearly on the wane. While the decline of white, rural, less educated Americans is generally well known, less often recognized is what this means for gun legislation.
...whites, who comprise 63 percent of the population today, won’t be in the majority for long.  Racial minorities are soon to be a majority, and they are the nation’s strongest supporters of strict gun laws. 
While the African American population shows signs of slow growth, other racial minority groups are growing more rapidly — and report even greater support for gun control.

The fastest-growing minority group in America is Latinos. Between 2000 and 2010, the nation’s Latino population grew by 43 percent. Hispanics, which make up 17 percent of the population today, are expected to grow to 30 percent of the population in the coming decades.

Gun control is extremely popular among Hispanics, with 75 percent favoring gun safety over gun rights.
(The NRA will fall. It’s inevitable.
Just look at the demographics.
By Adam ((((((Winkler)))))) )
  They're all quite worried now:
( Paul Krugman: Fascists like Trump only possible because Republican leadership is “inbred and out of touch”
Trump is "saying bluntly the things establishment candidates try to convey in coded, deniable hints"
Scott Eric ((((Kaufman)))))

Because according to these people, representing the interests of Americans of European descent is shameful.  But representing Hispanics, Arabs, Muslims, Jews, Chinese, black lives matter and everyone else in the world forming ethnic lobbies in America is good.

That's what all their media is about.  That's what their movies are usually about. 

But reality is different, so what are they trying to do for their own group?  And all the ethnic groups that are "allowed" to organize and seek representation, what are they doing?   I put allowed in quotes because more and more people of European descent are not waiting to see what the Jews/"the media" say is kosher or "allowed" anymore.  Because what it amounts to is that they have allowed (When they had power, in the past.) every single other ethnic group and subgroup and gay groups (something they push) to organize and lobby for their interests.  But they seek to prevent us from having representation as a group in our own countries.

Euphemisms for growing resistance to Adam ((((((Winkler))))))  and the NYT/Washpost/etc.:  "Make America Great Again."  "Take Back Our Country."  Etc.

The ethnic replacement, diversification and disarming of people of European descent is not inevitable, Winkler. 

Good job playing pretend with your friends in the mainstream media, though...  

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