The Real Mark-to-Market

Takuan Seiyo, Gates of Vienna, Oct. 14, 2008

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As the bids on credit derivatives held by Lehman Brothers run 8.625 cents on the dollar, what is the mark-to-market value of the false inanities that have become the real currency of the United States?

Starting with demographics. Because of all the answers to any question at all that concerns the future of the United States, the most important is Demography is Destiny.

In 1965, America’s ruling class decided that the problems with the black minority were not enough. This almost-vanilla ice cream needed more Tabasco. A country that was the envy of the world in every material and political area and many cultural ones as well, began the wholesale importation of the Third World onto its shores at the rate of over 1 million per year, not counting illegals, refugees and asylees. So now the ice cream is 1/3 Tabasco, and in two decades it will be 50%.

One wonders whether the inspiration for this came from the great success stories of the multicultural late-Roman, Russian or Austro-Hungarian Empires. The enthusiasm did not abate despite the fate of Yugoslavia and Czechoslovakia, Rwanda, Kashmir and Iraq. Conclusions were not drawn from the story of Belgium’s Flemish and Walloons — two peoples of the same race but of different languages, cultures and earning potentials, thrown together by historical fiat 170 years ago and still mutually loathing.

You deluge yourself with the population of banana republics, you will be a banana republic. You take in refugees from fufu dictatorships, you are tying the millstone of fufu dictatorship to your neck. You cannot bail yourself out of that one by printing dollar bills.

And yet, our governing class with its brand name mix of venality, cowardice and stupidity, continues throwing giant gobs of money onto a recession that’s a diversity recession and that, ultimately, cannot recede except when diversity and the lies about it recede.

It’s time to end another deflationary fiction, about America’s education recession. Throwing several trillion dollars more on the bonfire of education cannot improve it. America already spends twice to three times as much on education per student as dozens of countries do that far outrank it in scholastic achievement.

American schools are failing because they are full of sub-85-IQ imported children from unassimilable minorities. The schools cannot improve as long as they are controlled by cultural Marxists who believe that equality in ignorance is preferable to inequality in enlightenment. The added bonus is that if you produce generation after generation of ignorant malcontents full of self-esteem, you will succeed as well in staging the rest of the Gramscian scenario.

A nation that makes a relatively trivial logical fallacy and social pollutant such as racism into the ultimate capital crime cannot possibly survive. For where reality dwells, racism is down on the list and stupidity is at the top. In Robert Heinlein’s words, “Stupidity is the only universal capital crime; the sentence is death, there is no appeal, and the execution is carried out automatically and without pity.”

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Unless he has been stung by a liberal encephalitis mosquito, anyone who has spent time among the nonwhites in the US or abroad knows that, in its obsession with white racism, the American society of 300 million is engaged in a collective act of moral masturbation the like of which may have no precedent in history, excepting China’s pre-1976 cult of Mao and the EU’s cult of Islam.

The brainwashing of 40 years has sent America’s founding stock to cower in its ever-diminishing corners. The non-white, non-East Asian minorities march in a lockstep phalanx, smashing everything in their way with cries of racism and baseless accusations of discrimination. Now a crypto-Marxist “community organizer” will be elected, based on an uncountable stream of fraudulent nonwhite votes that just in the past week has resulted in these headlines: {snip}

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