As the US turns browner and brown votes prove to be more decisive, are brown votes turning into brown victories or globo-homo-shlomo victories? But when they vote for Democrats, what they end up with is What-Jews-Want. Black Votes, Globo-Homo Victories. Globo-homo elites pander to browns but keep the crown for themselves. So basically what we have is Brown Votes, Jewish Victories. Browns are really just tools.
The message must go out that browns end up voting for what amounts to agendas that are controlled by Jews. He would never put the goals of his ethnicity or religion before the country of his birth. Outright political violence remains considerably rarer than in other periods of partisan divide, including the late s. But overheated rhetoric has helped radicalize some individuals.
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Reminds people that the enemy is YT….. In other instances, political protests have turned violent, most notably in Charlottesville, Virginia, where a Unite the Right rally led to the murder of a young woman. The violence of extremist groups provides ammunition to ideologues seeking to stoke fear of the other side. But the biggest driver might be demographic change. The United States is undergoing a transition perhaps no rich and stable democracy has ever experienced: Its historically dominant group is on its way to becoming a political minority—and its minority groups are asserting their co-equal rights and interests.
If there are precedents for such a transition, they lie here in the United States, where white Englishmen. Of course, I have to say that the Englishman were White. But more epochal than the change that has already happened is the change that is yet to come: Sometime in the next quarter century or so, depending on immigration rates and the vagaries of ethnic and racial identification, nonwhites will become a majority in the U. For some Americans, that change will be cause for celebration;. They are losing faith that they can win elections in the future.
With this comes dark possibilities. Should I leave that in? The history of the United States is rich with examples of once-dominant groups adjusting to the rise of formerly marginalized populations—sometimes gracefully, more often bitterly, and occasionally violently.
Partisan coalitions in the United States are constantly reshuffling, realigning along new axes. Once-rigid boundaries of faith, ethnicity, and class often prove malleable. A conservatism defined by ideas can hold its own against progressivism, winning converts to its principles and evolving with each generation. So, uh, yeah, just stick to cutting taxes on the rich and spending big on the military and everything will be hunky-dory…. A conservatism defined by identity reduces the complex calculus of politics to a simple arithmetic question—and at some point, the numbers no longer add up.
In contrast, a Leftism defined by identity is the way to win, baby! Of course, ya gotta make sure that all the groups on your side base their identities on hating YT….. When a group that has traditionally exercised power comes to believe that its eclipse is inevitable, and that the destruction of all it holds dear will follow, it will fight to preserve what it has—whatever the cost. That conservatives—despite currently holding the White House, the Senate, and many state governments—are losing faith in their ability to win elections in the future bodes ill for the smooth functioning of American democracy.
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That they believe these electoral losses would lead to their destruction is even more worrying. I mean, yeah, sure, it will lead to their destruction….. In his recent study of the emergence of democracy in Western Europe, the political scientist Daniel Ziblatt zeroes in on a decisive factor distinguishing the states that achieved democratic stability from those that fell prey to authoritarian impulses: The key variable was not the strength or character of the political left, or of the forces pushing for greater democratization, so much as the viability of the center-right.
A strong center-right party could wall off more extreme right-wing movements, shutting out the radicals who attacked the political system itself. The left is by no means immune to authoritarian impulses; some of the worst excesses of the 20th century were carried out by totalitarian left-wing regimes. But right-wing parties are typically composed of people who have enjoyed power and status within a society.
They might include disproportionate numbers of leaders—business magnates, military officers, judges, governors—upon whose loyalty and support the government depends. If groups that traditionally have enjoyed privileged positions see a future for themselves in a more democratic society, Ziblatt finds, they will accede to it. I mean, somebody might notice that the deep state is actually anti-Trump….
Ziblatt points to Germany in the s, the most catastrophic collapse of a democracy in the 20th century, as evidence that the fate of democracy lies in the hands of conservatives. Where the center-right flourishes, it can defend the interests of its adherents, starving more radical movements of support. Of course, the most catastrophic collapse of a democracy in the 19th century took place right here in the United States, sparked by the anxieties of white voters who feared the decline of their own power within a diversifying nation.
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Gotta tread lightly….. Maybe I should call TNC? The slaveholding South exercised disproportionate political power in the early republic. Twelve of the first 16 secretaries of state came from slave states. The South initially dominated Congress as well, buoyed by its ability to count three-fifths of the enslaved persons held as property for the purposes of apportionment.
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Am I actually trying to say that slavery and restricting immigration are morally equal? In a scene more Sergio Leone than Frank Capra, other representatives—at least four of them with guns of their own—rushed to either side, in a tense standoff. By the late s, the threat of violence was so pervasive that members regularly entered the House armed.
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With the House tipping against them, Southern politicians focused on the Senate, insisting that the admission of any free states be balanced by new slave states, to preserve their control of the chamber. They looked to the Supreme Court—which by the s had a five-justice majority from slaveholding states—to safeguard their power. Not really the best analogy…I mean, us Leftists are pretty fond of the power of the judicial branch…. Instead of reposing faith in electoral democracy to protect their way of life, they used the coercive power of the federal government to compel the North to support the institution of slavery, insisting that anyone providing sanctuary to slaves, even in free states, be punished: The Fugitive Slave Act of required Northern law-enforcement officials to arrest those who escaped from Southern plantations, and imposed penalties on citizens who gave them shelter.
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Because Mexico is…like…the …antebellum South? Maybe I need to work on this some more…. The right, and the country, can come back from this. Our history is rife with influential groups that, after discarding their commitment to democratic principles in an attempt to retain their grasp on power, lost their fight and then discovered they could thrive in the political order they had so feared.
The Federalists passed the Alien and Sedition Acts, criminalizing criticism of their administration;. The years around the First World War offer another example. A flood of immigrants, particularly from Eastern and Southern Europe, left many white Protestants feeling threatened. In rapid succession, the nation instituted Prohibition, in part to regulate the social habits of these new populations; staged the Palmer Raids, which rounded up thousands of political radicals and deported hundreds; saw the revival of the Ku Klux Klan as a national organization with millions of members, including tens of thousands who marched openly through Washington, D.
If the center-right decides to accept some electoral defeats and then seeks to gain adherents via argumentation and attraction. Trust me. Would I lie to you? The Republican Party faced a choice between these two competing visions in the last presidential election. The post report defined the GOP ideologically, urging its leaders to reach out to new groups, emphasize the values they had in common, and rebuild the party into an organization capable of winning a majority of the votes in a presidential race. Trumpism deprioritizes conservative ideas and principles in favor of ethno-nationalism.
Look, White elites are gonna be OK. But the ineradicable difference between a Welshman and a Scot soon became all but undetectable. Whiteness itself proved elastic, first excluding Jews and Italians and Irish, and then stretching to encompass them. I mean, we all know how Jews were a despised underclass in the South…. Even today, large numbers of conservatives retain the courage of their convictions, believing they can win new adherents to their cause. They have not despaired of prevailing at the polls and they are not prepared to abandon moral suasion in favor of coercion; they are fighting to recover their party from a president whose success was built on convincing voters that the country is slipping away from them.
I wonder if he also advocates in favor of a massive increase in multiculturalism specifically religious diversity in Israel.