Requiem for a Grand Old Party

Pat Buchanan, WND, May 9, 2013

Has the bell begun to toll for the GOP?

The question arises while reading an analysis of Census Bureau statistics on the 2012 election by Dan Balz and Ted Mellnik.

One sentence in their Washington Post story fairly leaps out:

“The total number of white voters actually decreased between 2008 and 2012, the first such drop by any group within the population since the bureau started to issue such statistics.”

America’s white majority, which accounts for nine in 10 of all Republican votes in presidential elections, is not only shrinking as a share of the electorate, but it is declining in numbers, as well.

The Balz-Mellnik piece was primarily about the black vote.

Sixty-six percent of the black electorate turned out, to 64 percent of the white electorate. Black turnout in 2012 was higher by 1.7 million than in 2008. Hispanic turnout rose by 1.4 million votes.

But from 2008 to 2012, the white vote fell by 2 million.

This is the crisis of the Grand Old Party:

Minorities, peoples of color–Hispanic, black, Asian–gave 80 percent of their votes to Obama. And while the minorities’ share of the electorate was 26 percent in 2012, minorities constitute 36.3 percent of the population. And their share of both the electorate and the population is inexorably rising.

Obama won only 39 percent of White America, lowest ever of any victorious presidential candidate. {snip}

{snip}

While the total Hispanic vote rose by 1.4 million between 2008 and 2012, some 12 million eligible Hispanics did not bother to vote. And when one considers that Romney lost Hispanics 71-27, any Democratic effort to get out the Hispanic vote is going to be problematic for the GOP.

{snip}

The Republican response to this gathering disaster?

Led by Sens. Marco Rubio, John McCain and Lindsey Graham, Republicans are pushing for amnesty and “a path to citizenship” for the 11 to 12 million illegal aliens in the country today.

Who are these folks? Perhaps half are Hispanic, but 90 percent are people of color who, once registered, vote 4-to-1 Democratic. One would not be surprised to hear that the Senate Democratic Caucus had broken out into chants of “Go, Marco, Go!”

Setting aside the illegals invasion Bush 41 and Bush 43 refused to halt, each year a million new immigrants enter and move onto a fast track to citizenship. Between 80 and 90 percent now come from the Third World, and once naturalized, they vote 80 percent Democratic.

{snip}

But when conservatives urged Bush 1 to declare a moratorium on legal immigration in 1992 and build a security fence, the politically correct Republican establishment fought tooth and nail to keep the idea out of the platform.

So, where are we?

Eighteen states, including four of the seven mega-states–California, New York, Illinois and Pennsylvania–have gone Democratic in six straight elections. Two others, Florida and Ohio, have gone Democratic twice in a row. And white folks are now a minority in the last mega-state, Texas.

{snip}

From these Census figures, white folks are losing interest in politics and voting. Yet, whites still constitute three-fourths of the electorate and nine in 10 Republican votes.

Query: Is the way to increase the enthusiasm and turnout among this three-fourths of the electorate for the GOP to embrace amnesty and a path to citizenship for 12 million illegal foreign aliens?

Or is it to demand the sealing of America’s borders against any and all intruders?

Just asking.

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  • connorhus

    As long as special interest like government employees, teachers unions and other feminist dominated groups can continue to feed along side their immigrant allies America does not stand a chance. This is an example of a race divided as so many Whites have become looters and the Feminist refuse to bring White children into the world.

    • KingKenton

      Feminism (a.k.a. Lesbianism) , has been as much a destructive force to the White race as anything else. Truly, from the pit of Hell. I believe it was Richard Lynn at a recent Amren conference that pointed out the dysgenic effects of Feminism. More serious are the corrosive effects of Feminism on family and marriage.

      (Ironically, Amren’s spell-checker flagged dysgenic as a non-word).

      • WhiteKnight

        I am glad to find a white person who is opposed to lesbianism as much as I am. As a white Nationalist, I oppose feminism and homosexuality. They were created to weaken the white race. Feminism and lesbianism teach our white women to hate white men. There needs to be more of an outcry against feminism and lesbianism in white society.

        • George White

          The amnesty bill is not a done deal. get off your lazy defeated asses and call Senators and Congressman and tell them you do NOT want any form of amnesty for illegals. Your calls matter in the aggregate. Staffers log the calls and make reports. You have to figure that if they’re getting 10 to 1 calls against amnesty, the calls MATTER.

          • Talltrees

            You are correct. And, everyone, while you’re at it, call about stopping legal immigration from non-White Third-World countries, as well.

            You must say legal because if it isn’t stated, your count goes into the illegal pile. Trust me, this comes from experience.

        • IstvanIN

          Feminism, of course, is a political movement, but homosexuality was “created”? Homosexuals just are, a small birth anomaly, but not a creation.

          • GM (Australia)

            But sadly they are a very noisy minority with undue influence in the media, entertainment and with all major political parties. Gay pride marches and suchlike are both unnecessary and disgusting and have no place in any decent society. They should keep their lifestyle to themselves and if it is a medical condition, get treatment.

            But the main point here is the “Gay” lobby has become such a major force that no political party can dare to ignore, insult or be offside with it. It very much seems that the main political parties will listen to any cause except that of white people concerned about the future of their society and nation.

          • StillModerated

            No, it’s a sinful and destructive lifestyle. There is no “gay gene.” In school I was routinely called a queer just because I didn’t have a steady girlfriend.

          • IstvanIN

            I wasn’t commenting on the lifestyle. And I am sorry you were called queer as a youth, no one should be bullied. And there may be no “gay gene”, but it is clearly a birth defect, not a “creation”.

          • Sick of it

            They recruit by raping or coercing children or young teens. Don’t need to recruit if some people are just born that way.

          • Tim

            My case was a little different. Back in the 80s I worked as a towel boy in a gay bath house. It was the only job I could find at the time.

            Lots of Barney Frank types came in and would hit on me. They never turned me though. I firmly helieve its a lifestyle choice.

        • StillModerated

          And the 2 most important issues facing our society are gay marriage (the subject of stand-up comedy just 25 years ago), and a woman’s right to choose to hire a quack like Kermit Gosnell to slaughter her unborn child.

          And as for women in the work place, I find many of them unable to handle their assignments properly, so they frequently ask the kid from the mail room to place phone calls for them. Feminism is a disaster.

          • Sick of it

            Feminism has also depressed wages for decades.

        • I believe this is called “misandry”.

      • That would be your browser’s spell checker. The current version of Firefox and its spell checker also red-squiggleys “Dysgenic.”

      • The__Bobster

        All you have to do is look at the political, sexual and religious backgrounds of the leading feminists to understand why they are now rejoicing.

      • That was your internet browser’s spell checker.

  • dd121

    RIP GOP. Too bad, but they haven’t done much for us lately anyway. Race-aware whites are going to have to find our own solutions.

    • Erasmus

      The GOP has run its historical course. When the Whigs lost their reason for being, they went into the dustbin of history. As the GOP becomes more and more democrat-light, it has no good reason to continue to exist, and in fact, it’s continued existence prevents the genesis of its conservative and politically unsullied successor. Conservatives need to help the GOP into the grave. It has too much political baggage. It has lost its mission. It is time for it to go.

  • Rhialto

    I don’t think so. The liberals use the Republican party to absorb and disipate serious opposition to liberalism. Therefore the libs are willing to lose elections, even the presidential ones, to keep the Repub zombie animated.

    • dd121

      I think the left is about to ditch the Repub loyal opposition and once and for all go for the brass ring.

      • The__Bobster

        Yes, I think they believe they now have enough control to go in for the kill.

        • StillModerated

          Organized voter fraud in negro strongholds has really helped them out. And the unreliable Diebold machines.

  • Jefferson

    [QUOTE]Two others, Florida and Ohio, have gone Democratic twice in a row.[/QUOTE]

    Florida and Ohio should be removed from the swing state category and just be added to the blue state category.

    I am 100 percent confident that the GOP will NEVER again carry Ohio and Florida in a presidential election.

    The reason for this is because Florida has way too much racial diversity for the GOP to ever carry that state again and Ohio has way too many union members for the GOP to ever carry that state again.

    • The__Bobster

      Romney would’ve carried Ohio easily if the Whites there hadn’t stayed home.

    • Ohio can easily be carried if blacks aren’t voting six times.

    • Tucker

      There is no sane reason why the GOP should be waging war against the blue collar working White men and women. These are the people who used to be called Reagan democrats, and Reagan was able to appeal to them by using implicitly pro-white messages. Granted, the days of ‘implicit’ racial appeals is over – as we saw last November, when millions of Whites stayed home rather than to vote for a RiNO war mongering elitist snob who flat refuse to do or say anything to motivate them.

      At any rate, the GOP in its present corrupted and anti-White form, needs to be destroyed. And, what racially healthy Whites need to be doing is making a list of the names of the RINOs and anti-White race traitors who are in the current GOP and make danged sure that not a single one of these rats are allowed to hold any future position in the new pro-White party that will replace the dead GOP.

      McCain, Lindsey Graham, any member of the Bush family, Cheney family, Rove family, any member of the Paul family, Fluke, Palin, Paul Ryan, Romney, Gingrich, Santorum, Huckabee, Kasich, Christie, Rubio, – clean out every last one of these RINOs and neo-cons, folks. They are not wanted.

      They are radioactive and a death sentence for White European people.

  • WR_the_realist

    The Republicans have indeed committed suicide. They know that few non-whites will vote for them. But rather than go hunting where the ducks are they vote for more immigration and illegal alien amnesties, hoping against hope that that will make blacks and Hispanics like them. It won’t, of course. At least the Democrats favor an immigration policy in their own interests. Michael Moore once said that he couldn’t wait for whites to become a minority in this country so that Americans would vote in socialism. Moore is a contemptible human being but he told the truth about that.

    And what have the Republicans really offered white people anyway? Did they ever get rid of affirmative action or reduce immigration? Did they ever do anything to get rid of the politically correct indoctrination in our schools? Do they want decent wages for working and middle class Americans? Are unending wars really in the best interests of middle class white Americans? Did white people really want the Bill of Rights thrown away? Let’s face it, the Republicans only became the white people’s party by default — because the alternative was the Democrats.

    • IstvanIN

      Richard Nixon started affirmative action.

      • Tucker

        And, I believe Patrick J. Buchanan played a role in that abomination.

        Look, this is how I read the tea leaves. The Communist left is willing to play racial hard-ball. To “combat” the left’s racial hard-ball, the GOP for decades – has been playing racial soft-ball. When the GOP has been in power, instead of using their power to steam-roll the left and to aggressively and unapologetically advance policies that will benefit Whites – these disgusting race wimps will meekly try to cloak whatever timid pro-white agenda they might have under all sorts of window dressing to try to camouflage it, and at the same time, try to throw out a few goodies to non-whites in hopes of quenching their insatiable appetite for freebees and entitlements that someone else (whites) have to pay for.

        If I recall, the affirmative action initiates that Nixon and Buchanan cooked up – were part of a brainless strategy on their part to offer a ‘counter’ measure that would benefit minorities at the same time they were implicitly advancing their ‘Southern Strategy’, which was meant to attract Southern Whites.

        So, it really boils down to sheer cowardice on the part of the thankfully dying GOP. Had they played racial hard-ball, just as the left was and continues to do – they and we would not be in the mess we are in today.

        I suggest that AmRen readers go back and read what George Lincoln Rockwell wrote about ‘conservatives’ and one of his best writings on this topic can be found here:

        http://www.counter-currents.com/2011/03/rockwell-was-right/

        • WR_the_realist

          While affirmative action did indeed start during the Nixon administration, I very much doubt that Pat Buchanan had anything to do with it.

  • APaige

    I hope the GOP dies. We need a new political party that acts on their beliefs-in deeds and not just words. For example- the GOP decries the growth of government, but then increases its size. The GOP screams that the government does not work, then they get elected and prove the point-the one thing they actually are right on. That is why I like the Tea Party-they rose up first to change the GOP.

  • Gay Black Man

    As a political consultant who sporadically posts on this site, I have been saying this for quite so time. The republican party had better wake up to the ever changing demographics of our nation or they will find themselves in the political wilderness for quite some time, perhaps permanently.

    • Katherine McChesney

      I don’t believe you are a political consultant. You’re just a deviant who voted several times for that devil in the White House….barack hussein obama, who is an Anti-Christ and a socialist thug.

      • StillModerated

        Gay Black Man is a fat slob from Baltimore in the pay of the $PLC. A sock puppet parroting the Dumb-ocrat party line.

    • Chip

      But if they do that their white base will stay home, and they’ll lose many more white votes than they’ll gain non-white votes. Romney barely pandered to non-whites at all, and he still got 2 million fewer white votes than McCain got in 08, despite getting a higher overall percentage of the white vote. It’s a lose-lose situation for them.

      • The__Bobster

        Beware “helpful” advice from our opposition. The only thing to take away from his post is that we need to reverse the change in our demographics.

        BTW, how are gay black men treated in Afreaka?

        • Having sex with Albinos “cures” AIDS in Africa.

          • IstvanIN

            And when done dismembering them and throwing the parts in a stew pot.

        • IstvanIN

          Not very well from what I have read, not that that is our problem. Any fool who thinks gays will be better off in a non-white country is completely bereft of any grasp of reality.

    • robinbishop34

      “they will find themselves in the political wilderness for quite some time, perhaps permanently.”

      Ironically, most people on here probably want that… while you would probably not.

      • Erasmus

        When home base has become a cesspool, being off in the wilderness might be the better option.

      • Gay Black Man

        I am stating what would be in the best interest of the GOP. It is not matter of wanting or not wanting.

    • Guest

      When I picture a black dick in a black anus I think it would look like some spook taking a dump.

    • HamletsGhost

      You missed the whole point of the article. The Republicans have woken up. That’s why they’re pushing Rubio as the next Great Brown Hope.

      The real point is that by abandoning whites, the Republicans have given white people no reason to support them at all. Romney could have won last year if he hadn’t proven himself to be so absolutely worthless on any issues of importance to white people.

      Political wilderness? How about sending the Republicans to the political landfill? Make sure they never come back.

  • Romulus

    I have a few choice words for the aberrant poster contained herein. Unfortunately because of PCand the thought police i am verboten from stating them.

  • AutomaticSlim

    Maybe 8 years left to fix this country. And 8 is a liberal estimate.
    And fixing the US looks more and more like a Hail Mary pass.
    Pat has been right for a very long time, but most White Americans refuse to listen or take even the smallest of actions, like voting for what is right.
    It’s looking more and more like either partitioning (another long shot) or simply leaving the country altogether…

    • Vyncennt

      “but most White Americans refuse to listen or take even the smallest of actions, like voting for what is right.”

      Unfortunately, we’ve not been given a candidate that deserves our vote.

      • AutomaticSlim

        How about Pat in ’96?
        Or Dr. Paul in ’08 and ’12?
        I voted for them in the primaries every time.

        And yes, I even held my nose and voted for Romney, as the lesser of two evils. Is it better to have the Kenyan for 4 more years?

        Anyway, it is most likely a lost cause now.
        Hopefully I will finish out my career, retire a few years before hitting 60, and take my money to a nice, quiet, relatively black free country, like Korea, New Zealand, or Australia. Unless, of course, that Hail Mary makes it into the end zone.

        • IstvanIN

          New Zealand and Australia are going brown and importing blacks.

          • GM (Australia)

            It is so sickening, it is even worse that this is the only sensible site where I can vent my frustrations about all of this. We have diversity and multiculturalism rammed down our throats at every opportunity.

            At an official level, racism, whatever that is, seems to be regarded as a terrible offence deserving instant and humiliating punishment with apologies to be made at every level. ( Note, a very popular veteran sports commentator here has just been suspended from his job with the national broadcaster for making a racist joke, he did not realize his mike was on air- poor guy)

            But, if you do decide to come to Oz or NZ you will be most welcome and you will still find so many places, especially outside our main cities that are still mainly white.

        • Tucker

          The Pauls are RINOs, open borders libertarians and both of these rats are 100 percent on board with the Cultural Marxist plan to genocide White European people.

          BTW: Ron Paul, at least, has been advocating that marijuana be legalized. Unbelievable. This guy has been to medical school and is a licensed doctor? Smoking dope has been proven to lower the IQ and the reduction in IQ is permanent, and yet this moron wants to legalize dope smoking so even more White Americans can get high on this poisonous garbage?

          http://www.westernspring.co.uk/cannabis-use-steals-8-iq-points-from-the-teenage-mind/

          Cannabis Use Steals 8 IQ Points from the Teenage Mind

          Published by News
          Team on August 28, 2012 | 0

          News Flash: We need smarter White Americans, not dumber ones.

          • AutomaticSlim

            1) Rand has moved towards amnesty, which is disturbing, but in ’08 Ron advocated eliminating birth right citizenship. It was part of his platform.

            2) I am a conservative libertarian (some would say ultra-conservative) and believe that all drugs should be legal. Let the druggies fry their brains. Who cares? We can pen them in to drug designated areas and let them cannibalize each other.

          • Vyncennt

            “How about Pat in ’96?”

            Pat was wonderful…but that was nearly 20 years ago my friend.

            “Or Dr. Paul in ’08 and ’12?”

            Paul was much better than our other two options, no doubt, but he never stood a chance and to this day is not our friend on immigration issues. His son openly advocates for immigration.

            “We can pen them in to drug designated areas and let them cannibalize each other.”

            We tried penning in the blacks for their behavior and where has that got us? A massive bill to pen them in. Some behaviors can not be contained. They must simply be eliminated from a polite society.

            Pat Buchanan was our last viable candidate. The rest since then have been staunch corporatists or raging liberals with Ron Paul being the lesser of many evils. Not a very good selection to pick from I’d say.

          • Legalize weed and declare a war on broccoli. That is, if we want healthier teenagers.

  • StillModerated

    The GOP could win elections if they follow Jesse Helms’ lead — pander to the White vote. However, they continue to pander to the foreign, low-IQ, gibsmedat crowd. The cause of death is not suicide, it’s ODed on dope.

  • Snowhitey

    “America’s white majority, which accounts for nine in 10 of all
    Republican votes in presidential elections, is not only shrinking as a
    share of the electorate, but it is declining in numbers, as well.”

    Sadly, even Pat Buchanan fails to recognize that, aside from a shrinking population, whites overwhelmingly feel that voting for either party is useless and not worthy of their efforts. Neither represents us so many just stayed home in 2012. I didn’t but I will in 2016, if I even decide to stay in this downward spiraling hellhole that WAS once beautiful America. You reap what you sow and Washington is sowing one helluva mess. A violent, parasitic mess that will eventually implode the whole nation. Believe me, it will be much better watching the fireworks from a foreign shore. I love a good fight but survival is more important than pride and revenge.

    • Tucker

      I pay very close attention to my surroundings and the people I see when I am out and about, and it seems as if I’ve been seeing more and more White females with more than a single White child with them, when they are shopping. Occasionally, I have even seen a White mother with 2 or 3 small children in tow and she will be showing signs of being pregnant.

      These images tend to raise my spirits a few notches, and give me a tiny sense of hope for the future.

      I hope the AmRen community realizes, that if the left finally does gain a permanent one party dictatorship – they will pass laws that will criminalize White men and women from marrying and having White children? They’ll explain that such laws are necessary in order to finally stamp out ‘racism’ and ‘white privilege’.

      • Erasmus

        Agreed. It’s heartening to see at church a white family with 4 or more beautiful, intelligent well behave white children.
        Even the bantus and squatties should hope whites have more babies, it’s the only way this country they want to live in isn’t go devolve into a 3rd world swamp.

        • AutomaticSlim

          You make a good point. These third worlders want to come here to get away from all the problems their former countries have, but by increasing their percentages here, they are merely creating another 3rd world country.

          The only decent non White countries on this planet are South Korea, Japan, and Taiwan/Hong Kong/Singapore.

        • Katherine McChesney

          My church is filled with White families with multiple small children. Nearly every week there are dedications of newborn children.

          I’ve seen maybe four adult blacks at my church and two black children. Two of the adults work as Sous Chef and Cook in our kitchen. The others help in the nursery during Sunday morning services.

      • AutomaticSlim

        ” they will pass laws that will criminalize White men and women from marrying and having White children?”

        People who know me consider me to be very far to the right, but even I have to say that is quite a stretch…

  • Dave4088

    The GOP is in complete disarray and I think its only a matter of time before it’s kaput. An increasing non-white population hostile to all things white and growing disenchantment by conservative oriented whites will deliver the coup de grace. But, I think many whites delude themselves into thinking another party will arise that is more two fisted than the limp wristed GOP.

    Unfortunately, special interest money and racial minority pressure groups control our corrupt political process and virtually all of these interests are hostile or indifferent to a resurgence of whites in America. Until that changes any new third party or rightist party will be like rearranging the deck chairs on the Titanic.

    • Bardon Kaldian

      No, wait for the 2nd American Revolution. Were all these rockets & tanks successful to keep Soviet Union a single political entity ?

      • Dave4088

        No, but that presupposes that America will simply exhaust itself like the Soviet Union which is a distinct possibility. However, The D.C. leviathan still commands much loyalty from the military brass and federal law enforcement agencies at this time. And Americans are too divided ideologically and racially for any revolutionary movement to germinate.

        • ricpic

          Agreed. With one exception. Should the United States implode economically all bets are off. Under the pressure cooker suffering that such an implosion will usher in, suffering unimaginable to the great mass of whites who have never known more than inconvenience, under that pressure anything will be possible, including the shattering of the country and its reconstitution into separate nations, racially separate nations. Not likely. But possible. And impossible without implosion as a pre-condition.

  • Anon

    Articles like this are absolutely hilarious.

    I have a simple question for folks. If democracy was legitimate, would the anti-whites have ever gained a foothold in this country? Would the floodgates of immigration ever been opened? Would sick freaks like gays, transgenders, communists, drug users and others have been tolerated in any local district whenever they reared their ugly heads in places like schools? Would our laws tolerate them?

    If we were actually capitalist, would any anti-white messages in media be tolerated? Would media with sick messages and low quality be able to compete with others for our entertainment dollar? Would there be any interest at all at watching negroes run around a court? Could whites be sold on ANY identification with non-whites?

    If we were actually a republic, would any whites stand for these things in any state that dared, for example, attempt gun control?

    No. Of course not. Were we a legitimate republic, based on capitalism, within the rule of law and represented by the democratically elected, NONE of these things would have been possible. Anyone with anti-white leanings would have quickly been voted out of office. Laws would protect normal people from the harassment of having criminals, scum and freaks around. Schools certainly wouldn’t indoctrinate children into thinking being these criminals, scum and freaks was a desirable thing. And nobody would watch TV, movies and sports, given legitimate alternatives.

    Our way of life is a myth. A scam. It may have been true at one time, at least a hundred years ago but our present day reality is simply not congruent with this. The US is a hybrid corporatist/communist police state ruled by a largely anonymous oligarchy. Those who work are treated as slaves….the fruits of their labor used to buy off a wretched, permanently impoverished class of retarded subhumans with a tiny, ultra-rich elite, increasingly insane, bought off by a more direct form of bribery.

    Elections are a complete and utter fabrication they don’t even bother to hide anymore. As Farrakhan so eloquently put it. Obama wasn’t elected. He was SELECTED. No one voted for him to any significant degree. Both the vote and the media coverage were manufactured. Most people know it. Or at least suspect it. The reason no one does anything is no one has any basis to actually do something. There is no one to rally around. And individuals of a mind to resist are easily criminalized, marginalized and often murdered outright. That’s if they are lucky. I’m sure there are many white resistors whose daily life consists of beatings and rape…..and most of all silence. Nobody even knows about them, let alone individuals undergoing the worst political persecution in human history.

    In the face of all that, talking about the “demise” of the GOP is ludicrous. There is no GOP. There hasn’t been one in living memory, if there ever was one at all. There is no competition between democrats and republicans for your vote. There is no vote. It could not be any more crystal clear. A big show is given every once in awhile and the agenda never changes.

    And let me say this. You are dead wrong about the “demise” of the GOP. You know how I know? The gun issue. Obviously, whites are not yet demoralized or brainwashed enough to simply hand over their guns. Our government doesn’t dare go door to door and demand they be turned in, Turner Diaries style. That would be a flashpoint for a [much needed] civil war. So, let me tell you what’s going to happen. The same thing that happened the last time the democrats attempted a gun grab. Every single democrat will be flushed out of office. There might even be a big show of a second conservative revolution. You will know for sure if a Reagan like character shows up during the next few years. The GOP will reign supreme.

    And NOTHING will change.

    A little advice. Vote. Just understand that your vote is going straight into the garbage can. When any politician asks for money….refuse. Instead, use that money on buying more guns, more ammunition and more MRE’s (and other needful things).

    It’s far worse than there being no political solution. There is no politics. We are essentially slaves. But our masters are fools. Oh sure, they are good at the bread and circuses that keep us all under control. But they are terrible at wielding power. What they built is teetering on the edge of collapse. Any day now.

    When that collapse happens is when white people need to move. We, of course, will be tasked with cleaning up the mess. Once that’s been accomplished, the rats will slink out of their holes and want to come back to their old positions of authority.

    Let’s give them a swift hanging instead….and skip the next cycle of this repeating historical pattern.

    • Dave4088

      Good points, but the oligarchy aren’t a bunch of nameless and faceless “insiders” as promulgated by the John Birch Society and other assorted patriotard organizations. We just aren’t allowed to call attention to who they really are for fear of being called names or being censored.

    • BonusGift

      You are right, thanks for the summary. BTW, the economic collapse has begun. People forget that economic collapse tends to be a process and not event driven. Also, I would point out that, as you state, our overlords are foolish, but possibly also suicidal. The same people that coontrol the media and write or have written articles like the one on Republican Party ‘sucuide’ seem to have strong suicidal tendencies themselves (psychologists call it “projection”).

    • Tucker

      Your comments are an excellent summary that all of these pro-White, race realists should read carefully, when they start claiming that we should adopt the U.S. Constitution and Bill of Rights that our Founders wrote for any new White Ethnostate that we might someday create.

      Clearly, those documents have failed to protect White European people from these despicably evil Cultural Marxists. They have also failed to keep our unbelievably corrupt and treasonous political elite class under control. They have failed to hold our criminal and treasonous ruling elites accountable, because the one great mistake that our Founders made when they wrote these documents – is that they naively assumed that future political leaders would voluntarily allow these documents to bind them and to restrict their behavior.

      Thus, in my view, any future White Ethnostate might very well consult the U.S. Constitution and Bill of Rights and perhaps harvest a sizable portion of what is contained within them – when the new Constitution and Bill of Rights is written, but this time around – there needs to be some pretty profound changes and critical additions to those documents.

      Such as a citizens staffed, Enforcement and Watch dog organization that will be given the authority and power to arrest, try and execute any political leader who is found to be in violation of their sworn oath to uphold, defend, obey, and protect the new White Republic’s Constitution and Bill of Rights.

      No longer should there be anything remotely ‘voluntary’ when it comes to upholding one’s oath of office and obeying and respecting the new White Republic’s Constitution and Bill of Rights. The rule must be – you WILL obey or you will be physically retired from this Earth.

      Our Founding Fathers tried the ‘honor system’ and it was a miserable failure. Let us not repeat that mistake again.

      • Talltrees

        Added to this Constitution country should maintain its European majority, specifically stating what percentage. I’d rather see 100%.
        And, the only religion permitted is Christian.

      • MBlanc46

        Many of the people who wrote those documents were in the economic elite who employed black immigrants. They wrote laws that put them and people like them in political power. It’s never been any different.

    • Rhialto

      I have a simple question for folks. If democracy was legitimate, would
      the anti-whites have ever gained a foothold in this country?

      Yes! Because anti-Whites vote.

  • Tannhauser

    We wouldn’t be in this situation if Pat Buchanan had won in 92. Like Enoch Powell, a prophet and a patriot.

    • MBlanc46

      It’s not an accident that Buchanan didn’t win in 1992 or any other time.

      • AutomaticSlim

        Yes, not an accident, as the “sheeple” in this country will always allow themselves to be brainwashed by the ultra left wing American media, who have worked triple time to demonize the great Pat Buchanan.

        • Smitty

          The same power that demonized Pat Buchanan is the same power that made “protectionism” a dirty word…they did the same to Ross Perot.

  • Romulus

    I see my previous comment was “moderated”. Pretty much proved my point. Any thoughts, feedback, Mr. moderator?

  • MBlanc46

    Reports of the demise of the Repub party are greatly exaggerated. They control the House, and their margin will probably increase in 2014. They stand to pick up Senate seats in 2014, perhaps gaining a material if not formal majority. They have several younger potential presidential candidates who could make a very good showing against a geriatric Hillary Clinton and an even more geriatric Joe Biden. Andrew Cuomo? Who he? The Repubs have four solid votes on the Supreme Court and can often muster five. There’s a lot of unhappiness in their populist wing about the immigration bill, but the Repub corporate elite want it, and they’re the guys who write the checks.

    • The__Bobster

      My local Republican Congresscritters want to flood the nation with non-whites. They tell me to go to Hell when I complain about it.

      • Talltrees

        Mine, too, but I keep complaining, several times a week. Hope everyone else here does.

      • MBlanc46

        There will always be a strong pro-immigration faction in the Repub party because the economic elite favors it.

    • And I don’t think HRC will be the Democrat nominee. They say she’s inevitable in 2016, but she was also supposed to be inevitable in 2008, and you can see how that turned out. Other than Obama being a mulatto messiah, I think there’s some unspoken maybe taboo X-factor (*) why she didn’t succeed in 2008 that will rear its head again in 2016. Biden’s a spaz, and he ran for President twice before and failed (1988, 2008), and I don’t see the third time being a charm. Andrew Cuomo is just plain creepy.

      Watch out for Mark Warner.

      Also, you’re right about ’14. The chances of Democrats taking the House are exceedingly slim, because of red team favorable gerrymandering. They weren’t able to flip it in 2012 in a high turnout somewhat Democrat favorable year and in spite of the generic vote favoring Democrat House candidates over Republicans slightly. The midterm electorate in 2014 will be whiter and more conservative than the one in 2012.

      (*) – Maybe gender. My own mother has said in no uncertain terms that as long as the American military is as powerful as it is, that no woman should be its Commander-in-Chief.

      • Tucker

        Mark Warner is a communist who is increasingly showing his true colors.

        • Obviously, there is virtually no difference between him, Biden, Hillary, Cuomo or 99% of other Democrats in terms of what they would do as President. That’s because Presidential elections are really nothing more than picking between one set of special interests and another, accentuated by different faces every four years.

      • MBlanc46

        You could well be right about Clinton. I think that there’s a certain amount of buyers remorse about 2008 among Dems that would work in her favor. The fact that she’s even considered is an indication of the sorry state of the Dems at the presidential level. A week is a long time in politics and much could happen before the spring of 2016, but as of today I don’t see any of the principal Dems being able to beat Christie or Rubio.

        • JohnEngelman

          CNN Politics March 7th, 2013

          Washington (CNN) – Hillary Clinton vs. Chris Christie.

          It’s an intriguing 2016 presidential showdown.

          And according to a new national poll, Clinton would come out on top in such a hypothetical matchup.

          According to the poll, the former first lady, Democratic senator from New York and secretary of state, leads the Republican New Jersey governor 45%-37%. The survey also indicates Clinton would top Republican Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida 50%-34% and would beat Rep. Paul Ryan of Wisconsin, the House budget committee chairman and last year’s GOP vice presidential nominee, 50%-38%.
          http://politicalticker.blogs.cnn.com/2013/03/07/poll-clinton-christie-fare-best-in-possible-2016-showdowns/

          • MBlanc46

            I’m not surprised that they’re polling these possible races already. I’m not convinced that it will be Clinton, but she’s certainly the front runner as of now. Nor am I surprised that she would be leading those polls. Name recognition alone would put her ahead. But I’d be very surprised if, when the day comes, any of those guys couldn’t run a very strong race against her. After four or five months of being beaten up in a Dem primary and having all of the old news resurrected–Whitewater, the magical futures trades, Vince Foster, the health care fiasco–plus the dirt from the dreadful Obama administration, she won’t look nearly as invincible as she appears now.

          • JohnEngelman

            I think most Americans remember the first Clinton administration as a good time in American history. I certainly do.

            The economy is likely to improve gradually, just as it has been, despite Republican obstruction.

            Republicans have nothing to offer the economy but more tax cuts for the rich, paid for by cuts in Social Security and Medicare. I do not think that will be any more popular in 2016 than it was in 2008 or 2012.

            For several years political opinion surveys have indicated support for higher taxes on the rich and no cuts to Social Security and Medicare.

            https://www.google.com/#output=search&sclient=psy-ab&q=poll+%2B+taxes+%2B+rich+%2B+%22Social+Security%22+%2B+Medicare&oq=poll+%2B+taxes+%2B+rich+%2B+%22Social+Security%22+%2B+Medicare&gs_l=hp.3…2108.17099.0.17418.50.50.0.0.0.0.245.6040.0j47j3.50.0…0.0…1c.1.12.psy-ab.sjfNN8BIEMU&pbx=1&bav=on.2,or.r_qf.&bvm=bv.46471029,d.dmQ&fp=307dd1af88bf3748&biw=600&bih=523

            I expect Hillary Clinton to a better job of exploiting those sentiments than Barack Obama has been.

          • MBlanc46

            I’m neither a Repub nor a Dem. I have no dog in that fight.I tend to cooperative rather than radical individualist politics.

            The Clinton years were certainly boom years. They were also years of deep political division and Mrs. Clinton was seen by many as a deeply polarizing figure. She does not have her (ex-)husband’s charm. Starting with a huge lead, she was unable to beat Obama in 08. She will be 69 years old in 2016; many people will find that too old to be beginning a presidency.

            The Dems have not won a third consecutive presidential term since 1948.

            Much will depend on the state of the economy. If I were any kind of a macroeconomic forecaster, I’d be rich, but there are sound reasons for believing that the US economy will still be in the doldrums in 2016.

            It’s early days, and time will tell, but if I had to put some money down today, I’d bet against Mrs. Clinton (or any other Dem) against Christie or Rubio. I’d be more circumspect about Ryan or Paul.

          • JohnEngelman

            I am an ambivalent Democrat. The Democratic Party I love is the one that existed from the election of Franklin Roosevelt to probably the death of John Kennedy.

            Lyndon Johnson was well meaning, but he ignored the reality of innate individual and racial differences in ability levels and character.

            When President Eisenhower made the decision not to sign and not to honor the Geneva Agreement of 1954 he guaranteed that there would be a war in Vietnam during the 1960s. I am not sure how President Johnson could have finessed that problem. Withdrawing from Vietnam would have caused the Republican backlash that eventually happened anyway.

          • MBlanc46

            Although I loathed him at the time, I’ve developed a bit of a soft spot for LBJ. In my view, Jim Crow had to end (for a number of reasons) and Johnson handled it as well as it could have been handled. Now, forty years on, we can see that the assumption that was held by all right-thinking people at the time–that eliminating segregation would result in assimilation–was false, and we have to begin to adjust to that fact. Regarding Vietnam, my understanding is that Johnson had grave doubts about escalation, but feared an attack from Bobby Kennedy in 1968 if he didn’t take a hard line.

          • JohnEngelman

            MBlanc46,

            Thank you for your response. I supported the civil rights movement at the time, but I have become disenchanted with it. I think it should have been passed more gradually, and that there should have been a faster and harsher response to the black ghetto riots that happened from 1964 to 1968.

            Those riots made the United States a Republican country. Most whites noticed that they stopped abruptly with the inauguration of Richard Nixon. White voters rewarded President Nixon with a landslide victory in 1972.

      • Jane Johnson

        Bet she loved Margaret Thatcher, though. I did. Still big on Gowdy! Hope he get his shot at La Clinton: He’s positively salivating at the prospect.

        • Actually, she did. I remember her saying back during the Reagan era that “we need someone like Thatcher here,” oblivious to the fact that Thatcher and Reagan were mostly alike ideologically.

    • Talltrees

      Who? Marco Rubio, who really sides with Hispanics and wants more? Just wait, Repubs will push for him thinking he will get the Hispanic vote.

      I hear Bobby Jindal’s name thrown around. He’ll have more Indians coming here. Listen, absolutely, no more Indians in our hospitals becoming low quality doctors, or displacing White engineers, or owning our gas stations.

      Actually, neither Rubio or Jindal are natural born citizens, but that doesn’t matter even though it’s in the Consitution.

      Only a White European-American in the White House, everyone.

      • MBlanc46

        I’d think that as of this moment, Chris Christie would be the favorite, but Marco Rubio is sure in there with a chance. Anti-immigration is still a minority view among party politicians. I doubt that it will be much of an issue in 2016.

        • Talltrees

          Chris Christie supports Muslims.

          • MBlanc46

            None of the serious contenders for the presidency will oppose Muslim immigration.

          • Talltrees

            Yes, none of them will oppose anything that is in our best interests, anything that will help us survive.

          • MBlanc46

            They will support anything that their paymasters want them to support.

  • a multiracial individual

    The Democratic party told the GOP to reach out to Hispanics? Why would you listen to your adversary on how to win?

  • Room101

    Republicans rarely fire government employees, cut bureaucracy, lower taxes, decrease spending, et cetera.
    They’re pretty much just about as less-than-worthless as the other grifters.

  • JohnEngelman

    The only white people the Republican Party cares about are rich white people. There’s nothing new here. That is the way it has always been.

    • AutomaticSlim

      And the Democrats only care about blacks, mestizos, feminists, gays, and lazy good for nothing freeloaders (of any color) on welfare and foodstamps. Nothing new there either.

      • a multiracial individual

        Suppose we had a situation in which there were a few trillionaires in this country who were ambitious and acquired this wealth legally, and we also had a 40% unemployment rate. At this point would you still consider it obscene to introduce higher taxes on the wealthy?

        • AutomaticSlim

          The situation you describe is completely unrealistic.
          But even if it were not, my answer would be yes.

          The “ambitious rich”, even if motivated by personal greed, almost always create great opportunity for the rest of us to attain wealth. Think of all the successful IT professionals who work with Oracle software. This would not be possible if not for “greedy” Larry Ellison. Likewise for Bill Gates, Steve Jobs, Scott McNealy, etc..

          I am not saying that these people and those like them are “saints”, or “heros”, or even decent people. They may be or they may not be. What I am saying is that their ambition and drive has created prosperity for millions of intelligent, hard working, productive people.These people, the middle and upper middle class, do not need higher taxes. We need the government to stay off our backs and let us keep the money we earn.

          Why should I have less so that some mugger or rapist from the ghetto, or a violent gang member, or a lazy piece of trailer park trash can have more?

          • ATBOTL

            You are insane and your views are incompatible with white survival.

          • AutomaticSlim

            You say I am insane? Please elaborate.

            Do you want handouts? Do you collect welfare? Or food stamps? Or medicaid? Or public housing? Or SSI disability? If you have kids, do they use the head start programs?

            If you answer yes to any of the “handout” questions, I submit that you sir, are one of the parasites, and you sir, are detrimental to any race capable of building and sustaining first world societies (there are only 2 by the way).

            Socialism is a cancer. Handouts are a cancer. Cancer must be cut out and discarded. People must survive on their own merits or fall by the way, as nature intended. That is the only possible way society can evolve.

            Perhaps my comment regarding “trailer park trash” has put a bee up your nose? I put that there on purpose. Whites on welfare are just as bad, if not worse, as blacks on welfare. As I believe Whites should know better.

        • If such a country existed, it very likely wouldn’t matter what the tax rates are or the laws are, because such a country would have either a white, white-ish, yellow or yellow-ish or combination thereof overlord elite of a few percent with everyone else being black and tan low IQ peasants.

        • NM156

          All the wealthy non-trillionaires, most of whom are professionals and entrepeneurs, don’t see much use in working when the govt. takes 75% of income. Ask the rich post-War Brit rock stars whether they felt obligated to hand over 90% of their income.

    • Katherine McChesney

      Republican Party is made up of Middle-class Whites as well. The Party cares about people who work and contribute to society.

  • Andy

    All, all of a piece throughout:
    Thy chase had a beast in view;
    Thy wars brought nothing about;
    Thy lovers were all untrue.
    ‘Tis well the old age is out
    And time to begin a new.

    • I’ve written some good poetry, but only one person and one emotion:

      Another Day

      The sun behind the mountains sets
      and clouds, backlit shine purple-red.
      Groves of trees glow emerald green;
      this lovely day has nearly fled.
      Birds begin their evening chorus
      with last days of the setting sun.
      Bittersweet, alone I listen,
      regretting things I’ve left undone.
      Though I long for she whom I adore,
      my raven-haired love is far away.
      I smile at this day’s end and know
      tomorrow is another day.

      I got to marry that one.

      The poem has a cheat in it; can you find it?

      • AutomaticSlim

        I have the artistic ability of a pack mule.
        But I have to imagine that the girls really go for that kind of stuff…

      • Andy

        Nice poetry! 🙂 But just to clarify, John Dryden gets the credit for the one I put in.

      • Jane Johnson

        dream & seventeen is a weak rhyme, but the sentiments are lovely.

        • Perhaps, but we spent many pleasant afternoons together.

          • Jane Johnson

            You said that there was a cheat in the poem, and I thought that rhyming dream and seventeen was it. I’m not very lyrical by nature, but can usually throw down a wicked limerick on a moment’s notice.

          • Wrong number of syllables in one line. Bon could probably have spotted it.

  • White folks are losing interest in politics and voting? Whites are not becoming indifferent, but are beginning to figure out that neither party represents them. Whites are fed up with voting for the lesser of two evils.

    • RINO/Establishment/liberal/moderate Republicans constantly haul out the canard that they can run all their liberal-moderate types they want and conservatives have to eat it because “they have nowhere else to go.”

      Wrong. They do have somewhere else to go. Seven million of them found somewhere else to go in 2012. They didn’t go to the voting booth.

  • Talltrees

    The Republican Party is the Big Business party. As long as big business wants low pay non-White Third-World immigrants, the Party will oblige. The Party shoots itself in the foot.

    As long as they support non-White immigration and shun White interests, I tell them I won’t vote and encourage other Whites not to, as well.

    • AutomaticSlim

      I can see your point and agree with you regarding immigration, but I have to ask, do you not care about your taxes going up? Or extra judges on the SCOTUS who support big government and unconstitutional laws such as civil rights, great society programs, AA, etc..?

      • Talltrees

        I do care. Legislators only concern is votes. What’s the solution? I thought as you during the last election, any Republican is better than Obama, but Romney wasn’t a good candidate and I see no one coming up the line with the backbone to support us.

        Corporations lobby for low wage foreign workers and outsource work to foreign countries, lay off employees and then replace them with foreigners! Microsoft did that. How low can they go?

        And…intelligence isn’t all that important to them. For example: True story. A German student with 4.0 GPA in engineering (Germans excel in engineering) graduating from the University of Pennsylvania wanted to stay here. He applied before he entered college. He was turned down and sent back to Germany. His Indian classmates (more than one) with 3.0 GPA’s and less in engineering were permitted to stay. There was no excuse why he couldn’t stay considering companies have been screaming for more engineers. There are relatives here to sponsor him.

        Why wasn’t he permitted to stay? Several possible reasons. He’s European, German, White, and might want a higher starting salary than his Indian classmates. Wouldn’t you think he’d be the first foreigner to
        get a job here?

        Republicans aren’t looking out for our civil rights, following the Constitution, or doing a thing about affirmative action. They treat us like
        doormats. Pandering to Hispanics, for me, was the straw that broke the camel’s back.

        Republicans won’t wake up until they are forced to their knees. If many Whites do not vote, that might do it. I’d rather see the country go under than Whites lose. I’m at that point right now.

        If the Republican Party is finished, that might give us the opportunity to
        start a party representing our issues. Actually, there is one, American Third Party or American Freedom Party.

        It would be interesting to know approximately the number of Pro-White followers. Wonder if Pro-White groups could put counters on their websites. No, it wouldn’t be totally accurate because readers return to reply to comments and some are not on our side, but still it would provide some information. At least we might know growing interest and how much.
        It might be a pleasant surprise.

        Over at anti-Islam BNI, the counter shows about 65,000 hits a day. With those numbers, we could actively move forward.

    • StillModerated

      Big corporations are usually left-leaning. The GOP is the party of smaller businesses. Think about American Airlines and Disney pandering to the homosexuals. John Smith Home Repairs, Inc. made no such concessions

      • Talltrees

        ‘Business’ is one element of the Republican platform. Both big and small. I said pro-big business because large companies request the most foreign workers.

        Small business became a major Republican theme during the 2012 election because that’s where most of the new jobs come from, and jobs were a huge issue.

        More large companies donated to the GOP during the 2012 campaign than they did to Democrats.

        The GOP’s unwillingness to taxes and regulations are often rooted in “pro-business.”

        Look up the Republican Party’s history and comments made about it elsewhere. You will see it is known for being pro-big business. That was one of the complaints from the left about Romney. He would cater to big business and the rich.

        “Think about American Airlines and Disney pandering to the homosexuals.”

        I think many companies run scared, afraid of being sued. Few have the
        backbone to stand up to their opponents such as Hobby Lobby. Then, again, some may just be more liberal. That doesn’t mean the GOP legislators wouldn’t side with them.

        Republicans siding with business becomes a problem, because of not only our White issues, but also frequently, it overrides concern for wildlife habitat and safe resources for future generations, not that I care about the qwitzi worm (made that up) in some remote area of the U.S. I do care about wolves, wild horses, bears, squirrels, rabbits, raccoons, deer, bison, eagles, others, and their habitats, and clean air and land for my kids, dogs, and future grandchildren.

        As far as Disney, Bob Iger, Chairman and CEO, is Jewish. That explains the homosexuality.

        From the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service, there are 2,152 companies just on the alphabetical A list up to AI, that were approved
        for 1 – 129 foreign workers during the year 2012. A few in this A list are Fortune 500’s that request the most. Others, for example, AARP, 522 Donuts, AO Fox Memorial Hospital to give you an idea the magnitude of these requests. Very small to very large, like Walmart. Imagine how many companies are requesting foreign workers if 2,152 are just from the A to Ai list.

        Quite a few only want one worker. Do they really think we are that stupid to believe they cannot find one American worker suitable for that job? Republicans aren’t going to force them to hire Americans in the future even if Democrats disappeared from the face of the earth.

        Many of these workers attended U.S. universities and want to
        stay here. That means they will become immigrants, then citizens. How is it possible that our universities are not educating Americans for the U.S. workforce? Is it because universities are accepting too many foreigners and not enough Americans? Around 50% foreigners at Ivy League universities? Is it because companies want to pay lower wages and only non-White foreigners will accept lower wages? Why aren’t Republicans doing anything about this? It sounds like a conspiracy between universities, businesses and the government. Not that I’m saying it is, but I wouldn’t be surprised by anything any of them might do.

        All of it is interwoven between both Democrats and Republicans. Liberals want more non-Whites for reasons we know. Republicans support it because companies want them and Republicans are pro-business. Only non-Whites will accept lower wages. It’s a win-win situation for both, with universities educating and training non-Whites for businesses that want them. Are they in cahoots with each other?

        Why would Republicans jeopardize the White vote by supporting companies’ requests for non-White foreigners if they were not pro-big
        and small business?

        An interesting side note. A study done in 2010.

        Most executives and union members think immigration is too high.

        Executives: 63 percent said it is too high; 5 percent said too low;
        16 percent said just right.

        Small Business Owners: 70 percent said it is too high; 4 percent
        said too low; 13 percent said just right.

        Union Households: 63 percent said immigration is too high; 5
        percent said too low; 14 percent said just right.”

        http://www.cis.org/Business-Union-Poll

  • HamletsGhost

    The article mentions the decline in numbers of white voters, but doesn’t make it clear whether this is due to population decline or whites simply dropping out of the political dog-and-pony show. If the latter, then it merely means that politics via other means, per Clausewitz, is in the future.

  • Steed Woodbury

    Let the GOP assume room temperature. The sooner the better. Maybe then we can get on with creating a party that represents White folks first and foremost.

  • josh

    This is like Republicans crying out,”How do we get the Jewish lesbian vote?? What about single women in NYC who work in the social welafre field? How do we get them. Answer–you DON’T,morons! Same a s mexicans. What the problem is with theGOP is they do NOT appeal to white voters they are ashamend that non-whites dont like them. They’d rather be thought of as pro-minority,and LOSE,then win. Despicable traitors. Look at what the Dems have wrought:The foo stamp economy,BenGhazi,IRS,”civil rights” ad nauseum. We need someon to stand up to this garbage!!