Koch-Affiliated Group Ramps Up Hispanic Outreach

Chris Moody, Yahoo! News, January 17, 2014

A group of Hispanic conservatives is ramping up an aggressive campaign to attract Hispanic voters as part of an ongoing effort on the right to bring more minorities into the fold.

This push by the LIBRE Initiative includes a seven-figure ad buy against Democratic lawmakers who supported the Affordable Care Act, often called Obamacare, and the opening of field offices in as many as a dozen states with large Hispanic populations. And in a novel move, the group is even providing social services to Hispanic communities while it sells its message.

LIBRE is not a new group—it was founded in 2011 and conducted similar programs on a smaller scale around last year’s presidential elections—but it is currently implementing a wide-ranging outreach initiative that began late last year. The organization has funding ties to Charles and David Koch’s donor network and is led by Daniel Garza, a former White House aide to President George W. Bush. Garza sees 2014 as an opportunity for conservatives to gain a foothold among Hispanics, which voted overwhelmingly for a President Barack Obama in 2008 and 2012.

The Republican Party, Garza said, still has much to learn to reach the increasingly critical demographic.

The group is supplementing its policy work by offering a menu of social services, an unusual move for a political group of its kind. During tax season last year, for example, LIBRE provided free tax-preparing services in cooperating with H&R Block. It is offering English classes and health and wellness checkups year-round. In 2014, the group is launching a free GED course, an initiative Garza holds dear. As the child of Mexican-American farmworkers, Garza worked with his parents and moved constantly to follow the crop seasons. He never graduated from high school, but he received his GED and spent two years in college before starting a career in politics.

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On policy issues, LIBRE espouses the typical range of conservative ideas: lower taxes, an overhaul of the welfare system, school choice and restricting regulation. On immigration, the group supports comprehensive immigration reform, including a pathway to legalization for immigrants living in the U.S. illegally. (In 2012, the group spent nearly $1 million promoting immigration reform, Garza said.)

But most recently, no issue has taken more of LIBRE’s resources than opposing Obama’s health care overhaul. In recent months, Garza and LIBRE staff have penned multiple anti-Obamacare op-eds that have appeared in USA Today, the Tampa Tribune, Fox News Latino and Forbes.

On Thursday, LIBRE launched a media broadside against Rep. Pete Gallego, the second in a series of ads against the Texas Democrat. The ad criticizes Gallego for his support of the Affordable Care Act in 2010, and LIBRE says it’s spending about half a million dollars for a two-week run in his district on network TV. The push is part of a broader ad campaign aimed at Democrats in Hispanic-heavy districts, particularly Gallego and Florida Democratic Rep. Joe Garcia. LIBRE has previously spent about $700,000 on issue ads targeting the two lawmakers in both English and Spanish, and it plans to spend more closer to the November midterm election.

“These are two vulnerable candidates, and we want to send a clear message that if you want to support a policy that will hurt the Hispanic community, we’re going to come after you,” Garza told Yahoo News.

LIBRE is also coordinating a political ground game that dispatches volunteers to conduct door-to-door outreach, canvass on issues and make calls to Hispanic voters in support of conservative causes. The group also hosts policy forums around issues that affect Hispanics, and members regularly turn up at Hispanic community events to spread their message and gather email address, phone numbers and voter data.

The launch of the political ads in Texas and Florida come alongside the release of a second, softer campaign called “Share the Dream,” a video series that tells personal stories of Hispanic success in the United States.

The organization is part of a sprawling network of advocacy groups coordinated in part by the Koch brothers, who support a variety of philanthropic and political causes. Through the vast web of conservative and libertarian donor programs, which received a thorough examination recently by the Washington Post and the Center for Responsive Politics, LIBRE has received $3.8 million in funding from the Koch-affiliated Freedom Partners and TC4 Trust, which provide grants to free-market nonprofit groups. LIBRE’s Arlington, Va., headquarters also shares a floor in the same office building as Freedom Partners.

LIBRE’s staff is comprised of veteran conservative Hispanic operatives, including National Strategic Director Jose Mallea, formerly the campaign manager for Florida Sen. Marco Rubio; Policy Director Jorge Lima, once an adviser to former Puerto Rico Gov. Luis Fortuno; and Chief of Staff Andeliz Castillo, who led outreach to Hispanic media for the Republican National Committee during the 2008 presidential election. The 35-member staff is spread out among eight states, with plans to expand to a dozen by year’s end. LIBRE has brought on Rachel Campos-Duffy, a writer and wife of Wisconsin Republican Rep. Sean Duffy, who both made their public debut in the 1990s as a characters on MTV’s “The Real World.”

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Republicans, Garza said, have failed to sustain support from Hispanic voters and despite recent efforts, are still slow to engage.

“Clearly their recent outreach and engagement efforts have not been effective,” Garza said. “That’s not to say they haven’t been effective in the past. Regrettably, Republicans—the conservative movement almost entirely—has ceded minority communities to the left. I don’t know why. Maybe they feel that inevitably, Hispanics are Republican and they just don’t know it. But guess what? They’re not Republican and yes, they know it.”

Since 1980, the level of support for Republicans has ebbed and flowed for Republican presidential candidates, although not one GOP contender during that time has received a majority of the Hispanic vote. {snip}

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  • Alfred the Great

    “Pathway to citizenship” is amnesty. Bush espoused that and all it is amnesty. Republicans wonder why we are so sick and tired of them. Their constant pushes for amnesty is a big reason why.

    • E_Pluribus_Pluribus

      In firm but polite terms, let your GOP representative know the consequences IF the GOP House leadership finally succeeds in getting an amnesty through Congress.

  • D.B. Cooper

    Umm. Hello? Some of us white folks are not voting GOP, namely about 50% of the entire white population!! What about us? Solid waste excretions like this latest stunt are what made me abandon the GOP after what I would not call an Obama victory, but rather a McCain-Romney defeat (surrender?).

    • MarcB1969

      The White conservatives “stood down” in large numbers in 2012. It cost Romney the election to a president weakened by scandal and bad policies.

  • serious123

    Blacks are really to stupid to ruin us, the tribe on the other hand is a different matter.

  • Luca

    To Hispanic-Americans, I would ask them if they want to be known as a group characterized as lazy beggars and parasites or as people working hard towards the American Dream.

    Illegals are not even a part of the conversation at this point. Simply institute and enforce E-Verify and let the inertia of that along with border enforcement take care of the problem.

    In a time of unbearable unemployment we do not need more workers or beggars in this country.

    • Bossman

      The last time that I was in California, I saw a long line of homeless men waiting to get in for a free meal at some shelter. I didn’t see any Hispanics among that crowd. It was mostly older white males and black males.

      • Greg Thomas

        That’s because your beloved hispanics get all their “free meals” down at the local welfare office on behalf of their anchor babies. Why stand in a soup kitchen line when the check can be delivered to your front door.

        • Bossman

          Well, at least, you gotta give them credit for working within the system and being able to “play” the system.

          • Thor Bonham

            So “playing” the system is a good thing ?
            Hmmmm , is everything ok with you mentally ? You may need to seek mental help if you think breaking the law is a “good” thing ..

          • Greg Thomas

            He loves illegal invading mexicans. I think he’s an anchor baby.

          • Greg Thomas

            You are really something else. The only thing I give illegal invading mexicans”credit” for is creating destruction wherever they congregate in large enough numbers. They should not even have access to the system, much less be able to “play” it.

          • Sheik Yerbouti

            It demonstrates only that they are far more clever than the black parasites. They still have only the common goal to kill off the host.

      • Luca

        Those skid row shelters are for the alcoholics, drug addicts and mentally ill. Mostly blacks. I use to drive through the skid row section of LA and it looked like Haiti on hangover morning.

        Mexicans like to collect anchor benefits, work for cash, go to Catholic church charities and use our emergency rooms. They also show up at charity relief events set up for victims of wildfires etc. where they hand out free food and clothes with no questions asked. I’ve also had to chase them away from my trash cans when they dumpster dive for aluminum cans or refund deposit bottles.

      • NM156

        That was a movie lot in Century City, and those homeless white guys were grips and carpenters waiting in line for lunch. There, fixed it for ya.

        • Bossman

          No! You didn’t fix it. It wasn’t century City or any such fancy place. The indigent are more likely to be native-born Whites and Blacks.

  • Spartacus

    Dark-skins only vote for gibsmedat. There is nothing else in their tiny, sub-human brains .

    • r j p

      Vote for Killary. Let’s crash this country.
      When we go down, it’s going to rock the world harder than the failure of the USSR.
      We will end up breaking up just like it did.
      Solvent states are not going to want to support the Illinois and Californias.

      • A couple of years ago, I would have thought that was a crazy thought. I’m not so certain it is now. I’ll do my part more or less, but I’m done with any hope that this nation can be saved which makes about as much sense as polishing a ship’s brass as its sinking below the water line.

        After the great fall, it will be a fresh new start, although likely a brutal one.

        • David Ashton

          Biological preparation must begin now.

    • NeanderthalDNA

      The teabag party is just a front for “enclavers” like the Kochs. They are the worst traitors of all.

  • Daniel Schmuhl

    Why would they want to want to be Republicans? The Democrats are offering them amnesty and much much more.

    • NordicHeritage

      Exactly, why go for dem lite when you can have the real thing?

  • bigone4u

    Dumb. Mexicans (the group I know intimately) view the Democrat party as the means to take control of the USA and impose Mexican law and values on all of us. They will NEVER in large numbers be conservatives. Conservatism is a white mentality.

  • Pro_Whitey

    Yeah, repealing Obamacare, that’s something hispanics will get behind! I think they are not trying to delude themselves or hispanics, but rather white donors who think it might actually work. As another commenter (bigone4u?) explained to me, Mittens would have had to have received just about 100% of the hispanic vote to have won in 2012, whereas all he really needed was just some more white folks to show up at the polls. But the money people like the Kochs want amnesty, so we get crap like this.

  • Greg Thomas

    “The Republican Party, Garza said, still has much to learn to reach the increasingly critical demographic.”

    It’s always race first with La Raza. The Republican Party still has much to learn to reach White Americans. Lations are growing in number because of illegal immigration. How come the GOP will not address that truth?

    • Rhialto

      The GOP will address the truth, when enough White men stop voting for Repub candidates.

      • RisingReich

        Incorrect. They will NEVER, I repeat, NEVER address the truth. Controlled opposition and den of deviants the likes of which none of us here would want to be identified with.

        THAT, sorry to say, is the truth.

      • I hardly think so. Even when the truth becomes apparent and without dispute, they will find some clever reason explaining it all and quickly ‘form a committee’ to address it.

      • Long Live Dixie

        The Republicans got rejected by whites in 2008 and 2012 (losing in some white states by a 2:1 ratio) and all the Republicans wanted to talk about was how they need to do more to reach out to Mexicans and blacks.

        The Republicans can go straight to Hell. If the South and interior West didn’t still cling to those phonies, that party would have collapsed into obscurity a generation ago.

        • serious123

          Amazing how many people on this site keep telling me how Democrats are the evil party. Like just how much different are they than Republicans for gods sake. Both parties are useless to whites. In fact there is some hope that if whites refuse to vote for white candidates who sell them out future candidates might actually change. There is no chance that is going to happen if we keep voting for whites regardless how they ignore us.

          • dd121

            Most of the posters here don’t view the Repubs as the salvation of white people.

          • MBlanc46

            The Dems are the evil party. The Repubs are the party of evil.

          • Nathanwartooth

            You will find little love for the Republicans here. We know they are race traitors. They want to open the borders as much as the Democrats. They are just waiting for the perfect time to do it so it wont affect their votes very much.

        • Alexandra1973

          I vote third party. Voted Constitution Party the last few elections. Not that it’d do any good, but at least I can say I voted.

          For all the good it does.

      • Sheik Yerbouti

        White democrats are being voted out of office as they compete against the very people they advocated for so strongly. White democrats expected loyalty they will NEVER have from Hispanic people. Blacks like them more.

    • Bossman

      With or without illegal migration, their numbers will grow. There are all kinds of reasons for that.

      • Sick of it

        Like welfare, for instance…

      • slash345

        Naw. Their birth rates will stabilize like every other ethnic group in the U.S.

        I expect the 2020 census will include significant reduction in the hispanic population growth projections compared to the 2010 census.

        No group can maintain a 2.1+ fertility rate in the U.S.

        Not even Mexicans. The system functions in such a way that it discourages child birth for everyone.

        • Anna Tree

          I don’t think so, unless their IQ go up or the women become feminists or their men really liberals (and not dems for welfare & amnesty).

          So no.

          Even when there is no more US money, they will do a lot of babies, but by then the health system will collapse and the child mortality rate will catch up and stabilize the population growth like it was before the white men came with white medicine, education, agriculture, technology etc. Only the yams can discourage child birth in certain populations, and it does it because nobody knows

  • Dave4088

    Notice how one must provide the spanics with free stuff and TLC to convince them to support the retarded party. Most of them are free loading parasites who have nothing to offer this country.

    I expect Rand Paul to get in touch with his inner mestizo in time for the 2016 primaries.

    • NordicHeritage

      What does one expect in a country where more than likely all our politicians are interrelated to one another.

    • MBlanc46

      Inner mestizo. Good one.

  • NordicHeritage

    Who would have ever thunk it that billionaires love cheap labor?

    • Anna Tree

      It must be cheaper than bonuses and tax refundable.

  • Democrats, Republicans and Libertarians are all the same. All three paths lead to the destruction of the White majority by systematically stripping away any kind of White identity as a way to include “everyone else.” Even when we are the minority, we’ll still be looked at as a majority that must give up more and more.

    I am a Race-ist. A label and course of action that is simple, succinct, and without compromise. Republicans are worthless and have done nothing for you that wasn’t a self-serving attempt to push themselves through the political wormhole. Those of you that run from the scary label of racist are also worthless. Is that to-the-point enough?

    • NordicHeritage

      I prefer race realist to the Trotsky inspired racist title personally.

      • What does a race realist do exactly? Let me guess, you believe all the negative connotations of “racist” get tossed out the window when you call yourself a Race Realist? Is a race realist anti-racist?

        • NordicHeritage

          Do you even understand where the term racist began and by whom? Understand that to win this you must win the hearts and minds of our fellow folk. Why not use a little psychology and advertising along with good presentation to make the message understood. There are those out there that are straddling the fence and do not want the connotations that the Trotsky term racist brings with it. But go ahead and act like a skinhead and see if it gets you anywhere.

          • Why would I care where a term began and by whom? How about atheist, should I not call myself that as well? Yes, I’ve been dealing with the pro-White crowd for a couple of decades now, so try as you might, you’re not going to enlighten me about too much.

            Again, why don’t you tell me what a race realist does and what makes a racist different than a Race Realist. So a skinhead is a racist, and Jared Taylor would, therefore, have to be an anti-racist?

            Please don’t try and lecture me about Psychology. AmRen’s foster child and Asiaphile/Multiculturalist extraordinaire, JohnEngelman, is a “Race Realist,” so I’m not too sure you or most Race Realists understand about negative connotations, presentation or getting the right message across. Unless, of course, you are an anti-racist, which would explain a lot. Are you an anti-racist?

          • NordicHeritage

            Chatting with someone like you is like talking to a 5 year old. You just can’t or won’t understand human behavior and how one can use good presentation and carefully phrased words to get your points across much easier. You know the old saying about catching more flies with honey than vinegar.

          • Except this five-year-old asks questions that you seem to be unable to answer. I understand why you don’t answer them, but I’m not sure you do.

          • Luca

            A racist generally believes that all other races are inferior to his and they reject people categorically based solely on the racial group they belong to.

            A race realist understands there are inherent differences in all races and some may be “better” or smarter than others. He just wants to be left alone to live in peace and not forced to accept myths and propaganda about equality and not forced to hire, rent to, eat with, or live near other people he finds distasteful, regardless of their racial status.

          • A Race Realist is a passive aggressive attempt to legitimize a notion or course of action that only a Racist can partake in. Why does someone even need to understand why they choose to live around White people if that’s what they want to do? You seem to believe they do, and I most definitely say they don’t.

            The more I hear Race Realists defend their positions, the more I hear anti-racist rhetoric slip into the conversation. This is a legitimate question: If Racists are bad and Race Realists good, then would that make Jared Taylor anti-racist?

          • IstvanIN

            Why can’t we just say a race-realist believes that race is real, not a social construct and that there are real, genetic differences between the races?

            I don’t care where Whites/Europeans fall on the IQ scale, or any other measure, I still want my people to survive.

          • Belief is not the same as action. So you believe something to be real. What are you when simple beliefs have to lead to concrete actions in order to attain and preserve those things you believe to be true? Do you really think you will be seen as less of a racist if your actions lead you on a course that contradicts the current multicultural/multiracial society of today?

          • IstvanIN

            Of course I am considered a racist when I point out the most obvious facts. I have lost friends over my political views.

          • If the pro-White landscape wasn’t full of passive aggressives and others trying to figure out the best way to run from the word racist, then you would probably have enough new friends that those old ones you lost wouldn’t matter as much.

          • IstvanIN

            I have to censor my speech more around Whites than anyone else.

          • ThomasER916

            Interesting, I find this is my position too, though I just shrug when I’m called a racist.

          • Luca

            A race realist is simply not in the same category as a racist, although they may share some common views. I like to think of myself as a realist in all things, not just race.

            I explained it pretty well above and it appears you are not following my main points. Likewise, I am not following your logic.

            A realist uses logic, common sense and facts to justify his position on any subject.

            A racist has made up his mind, favors his race over all others and would exclude all others based solely on their race and will not be changed or swayed by any facts or arguments.

            Frankly, to answer your question, yes, being a racist is bad and don’t forget there are racists in all races. In fact, being a racist is much like being a Liberal, you simply don’t let facts, or logic sway you from your agenda, therefore you will never be able to justify your position. It will get you no where. How are you any different from the Black Panthers?

            I dislike certain people because of what they do, not because of the group they belong to, although I know certain groups have certain tendencies. But if some White people moved next door to me and blasted hip hop music, smoking weed, drinking, cursing out loud, crude, ill mannered, spoke like thugs, littered their lawns and acted like idiots I would dislike them, not based on their race, but based on their behavior. Given this scenario, I would rather have polite, friendly, civil, well mannered neighbors of another race than the aforementioned Whites. I could accept them, I don’t have to like them or mingle with then but I could accept them. A racist would not.

            We’re done on this subject.

          • A racist has made up his mind, favors his race over all others and would exclude all others based solely on their race and will not be changed or swayed by any facts or arguments.

            Ya think? A little bit of a generalization, but at least you’ve begun to draw lines showing the major distinction between a Race-ist and the faux racialists calling themselves Race Realists. Like I said, every time a Race Realist explains themselves, the more the anti-racist rhetoric comes out. The conservative is going to school us on reason, logic and common sense about the way the “Liberals” ignore the facts and deny racial realities in order to obliterate White society and. They’re going to do that by telling us how racists hate black people and others based on the color of their skin. They’ll probably even vote for Herman Cain or Benjamin Carson just to show those racists that that Liberals are the “real racists.”

            So you can be changed or swayed to choose something other than racial nationalism or a society built using race-based politics, so long as someone presents you with some studies to tell you how wrong you are, or some docile black folks move in next door to you?

            When did you first become an anti-racist?

          • David Ashton

            In Britain our immigrant pundit Professor now Baron Bhikhu Parekh (wikipedia, if interested) said in my hearing: “We must sugar the pill to get the Englishman to swallow it.” We need the same tactics where appropriate, and other tactics where they are appropriate. The communist attack was on all levels by whatever suitable means, and the “racial” counter-attack must follow their example, however late in the day. For Republican grassroots I would respectfully suggest the placard: “What about US?”

          • Anna Tree

            Indeed.

            Racist is also how they call us, notably to dismiss us. They don’t really care about the meaning: in my opinion it is used as an ad hitlerium (*).

            Racialist is how we call ourselves and it can trigger questioning and an exchange of idea with other whites. For me it is also less about superiority/comparisons and more about just acknowledging differences. (I love my kids more than the others, it doesn’t mean they are better, they may be but it is not the issue, the issue is they are my kids.) Maybe it is an euphemism or a gimmick, but it is at least on our terms, and about us defining our world.

            (*) Sometimes I find out in a conversation with a liberal that she also think there are differences between the races. When I say that she and me then think the same, she fast protests no and rarely tries to give any explanations but if I push then its mumbling and it seems to mean that the difference is that SHE doesn’t voice her thoughts on the subject!

          • Ella

            The media uses “racist” labels as a symbol of disgust and hatred toward any White who feels proud and protective of their own race. This is really classical conditioning applied in movies, sitcoms and ads. We’re already the “out group” who poses a threat to their messages, so they label us Whites as Nazis or scum of the earth. We saw that with the Tea Party who gained some political offices based on their resource disputes with minority groups. I fear their propaganda messages that have been so d%%#n successful .

        • MBlanc46

          I believe that there’s a real difference. Racists dislike people merely on the basis of their ancestry. Race realists recognize objective differences between racial groups and make evaluations on the basis of those differences. The mainstream may not yet recognize the differences between the two, but the distinction is there for future mainstream implementation.

          • There is no negative action verb in Racist. Everything is implied. Let me say that again.. EVERYTHING is implied. Can I race you to death? The only power it has is the power you give it. You run from it, it grows in power against you. I’ve never seen a single person outrun it, whether they be foaming at the mouth racists or race realist getting dragged out of their own conferences like a bag of trash.

            The reason the Race Realist crowd believe they are given some type of immunity is because of the “Realist” part, which is supposed to be some kind of inflection of realizing something. Sounds completely benign and righteous to them, but does that really make them less racist? If that’s the case, then would Jared Taylor be anti-racist?

          • MBlanc46

            I certainly don’t think that we have any immunity. What we do have is empirical evidence and a solid theoretical model underlying our beliefs.

          • Then you have nothing different than what a racist would have? You say that racists dislike people based on ancestry, but how do you prove that? I really, really, really don’t understand how having “evidence” is even a prerequisite to choosing a life based on your own preferences and tastes. Does one also need empirical evidence and a theoretical model to choose a spouse?

          • NordicHeritage

            But in an increasingly secular and skeptical world is it not better to have iq studies, dna studies, etc.. backing your positions? You said earlier you yourself are an atheist, now i would take it that you used logic to come to that decision and looked at all the available information before deciding that the idea of a God did not work for you logically. The same should be applied to the area of genetic and intellectual differences amongst homo sapiens.If one can use logic to become atheist should not one also use logic to become a Realist about our racial differences?

          • Better only if it advances your cause at a rate that would outpace your decline. Take a real hard look at the Race Realist crowd and tell me where it’s going. It’s a snowball going downhill and picking up an inordinate amount of miscegenators, Asiaphiles, multiculturalists, milquetoast racialists, and even anti-racists.

          • NordicHeritage

            I know there’s some bad apples in the bunch but it would seem to be the best option we have at this time.For those like me of the skeptical crowd we need hard info backing our beliefs which is why the idea of race realist or if you wish genetic realist appeals to us. It gives us a scientific understanding as to why these people act the way they do.

          • To each their own. It just sounds completely alien and disingenuous to me to have to have evidence for something that you should feel. Have they finally found the science that understands love? Hopefully when the studies for that start appearing, I’ll find out if I chose correctly. Of course, even if the study says I didn’t choose correctly, there will be another study refuting the original study, so there will still be some hope.

          • Nathanwartooth

            It’s fringe, obviously it’s going to pick up a lot of fringe people.

            Being outed as a race realist or white nationalist can literally ruin your life. Not that many people are willing to stick their necks out for to stand up for what they believe in.

          • MBlanc46

            Because that’s what racism means.

          • So you would consider yourself to be anti-racist?

          • MBlanc46

            Of course not. I’m a race realist.

          • Nathanwartooth

            “There is no negative action verb in Racist.”

            I quite enjoyed this line. It reminded me that racist, like idiot, stupid and poop head are all just insults. There is no good racist, only bad ones. Everything about the person you are describing is inherent in the word.

    • jeffaral

      You’re not alone. I’m a RACIST too bro!

      • I take care of my own. That’s the way every other race is, and that’s exactly how I’m going to be.

        • RisingReich

          Why this comment is down voted I don’t understand. What is so GD terrible about it? What is so evil about wanting to be around one’s own kind, where one feels comfortable and accepted and SAFE?
          What is so off-putting and miserable about looking after one’s own people, just like EVERY OHTER race on earth does?
          There is nothing wrong with prefering to be with one’s own kind, and promote interests that further the People.
          Facts and figures are great, but why are we spending so much energy PROVING to everyone that it’s OK to be who we are? We don’t need to have their approval to exist and thrive and live our lives the way we choose to.

  • MBlanc46

    Most billionaire investors are very keen on ramping up immigration. I suspect that Warren Buffet and George Soros support it, too.

    • Ella

      Then these hypocrites who adore slave wages become so concerned about wealth inequality as they send the manufacturing jobs overseas to save labor costs. They only worry that we cannot afford their corporate products and cannot pay out the welfare to illegals after they destroy the middle class wealth base.

      • MBlanc46

        The concerns that you mention are certainly serious ones, but I’m skeptical that the investor class pays them much heed. They are so infected with short-termism that most of them have much conception of anything beyond the next quarter.

    • David Ashton

      Soros certainly does – in addition to all his other undesirable activities.

      I take the view that you cannot maltreat individuals just because they are born into a different race, and this also applies to the enemies of “white” people (whether “white” self-haters or non-white enemies like La Raza). But it is still desirable to preserve one’s own people and prefer to have them around, even if they are not of high-IQ. But the fact that whites have also been a major creative force in world history is a bonus argument we can and should use.

  • MekongDelta69

    How about SOMEBODY doing some WHITE ‘outreach’?

    • How long have you been waiting? Just genuinely curious.

      • MekongDelta69

        That was *obviously* a tongue-in-cheek, rhetorical question…

        • My question, however, was not rhetorical. I think it would be good for other people to see just how long they will be waiting if they expect bought-and-paid-for politicians to start publicly and emphatically taking care of White people.

          You must have been waiting for something of value to the White community to come from the American political landscape; otherwise, you wouldn’t be here. So I’m just curious how long you’ve personally been waiting.

    • Ella

      We are sued when we try to do outreach or donations just for Whites. You have to go under a Civic club like Irish, Italian or German to disguise it.

      • ThomasER916

        And it’s total BS to force us to do this, because then whites are forced to compete against whites when we really have the same goals.

  • Bon, From the Land of Babble

    A group of Hispanic conservatives is ramping up an aggressive campaign to attract Hispanic voters

    You just have to promise them more freebies than the Dems do.

    For years we heard that the black demographic voting bloc is really “socially conservative, but they continue to vote for whoever promises them the most welfare benefits over those “conservative principles.”

    Why be fake Democrats, when you can vote for the real thing?

    The largest strategic error was not investing sufficiently, particularly in Hispanic TV and Hispanic outreach to help Hispanic voters understand that ours is the party of opportunity.

    –Mitt Romney

    You tell ‘em Mittens!!

    Romney lost 7 in 10 precious Hispanic votes. George Bush, who was more pro-amnesty than Vincente Fox, lost 6 in 10.

    Hey GOP: How about an outreach to the CONSERVATIVE WHITE BASE that wins you what few elections you don’t manage to screw up.

  • jackryanvb

    Mexicans don’t like Black low life criminals, welfare cheats, rapists, hustlers.

    Republicans want Hispanic votes?

    Do Willie Horton type ads in Spanish.

    Try to push the idea we think Hispanics are almost White, close to Italians.

    • TXCriollo

      Bingo if we compare them and accept them as European American and promote there Spanish or other euro blood it will work well. In Latin America white is top class

      • Ella

        Again from research, only 5% are truly Spaniard descent and maybe up to 7-10% are mixed at best. They’re mostly Indian like Cocopa, Myan and Zapotec. Hispanics lobbied in the 30’s as White to prevent segregation of Whites and Hispanics during Jim Crow laws. The Supreme court agreed that they were White. I live in a Hispanic State and trust me, most look ALL Indian!!!!! Whites stand out greatly with very differing features. Again, there are some admixtures but more Indios for immigrants.

        “Mexican-American Indians now make up the fourth largest tribal group in
        the United States, following the Cherokee, Navajo, and Choctaw,
        according to the US Census.” So the govt. now counts them as Indian but also, White. It destroys the definition for Euro-Whites.

        • Luca

          Mexicans are mostly mestizos. Generally, 65% Indian, 34% Iberian and 1% African. The figures change from person to person but that would be a fair representation.

  • Nathanwartooth

    No, the GOP makes the GOP look bad.

  • Nathanwartooth

    From spending quite some time on sites like AmRen I’ve come to the conclusion that the WN’s that actually want gays banished to some hell dimension are actually a minority. Most don’t care what gay people do, they just don’t want it shoved in their face. I can perfectly understand that, it has gone from forced tolerance to forced acceptance.

    As for the secular people, as an Atheist even I am sick of Atheists. For tons of reasons including most are social justice warriors since they have nothing else to live for to give their lives meaning.

    Environmentalism has gotten a bad rap since there are so many on the fringe left that support wild stupid environmental policies. I think that most WNs can agree that pollution is a bad thing. No one wants to live like they do in China’s cities.

    Yeah WNs and race realists in general tend on average to be more religious and everything that comes with that. Personally, I would rather live in a society where gay people have to be more discreet than a multicult hellhole where gay people can do whatever they please in public. I have to focus on priorities and a white homeland is number one.

  • Mack0

    Whites or Euro-Americans should have the right to advocate for their interests without being criticized, shamed and being accused of racism. You’re missing the point of movements like ours.

    • Alexandra1973

      Completely. I’m beginning to think Mr. Dull is no more than a troll.

  • wildfirexx

    How much do you want to bet the next presidential candidate for either the republican or democratic party will be either a Black,Hispanic or a women! that seems to be the only way they can win the ethnic votes these days. Unlike the white votes which are always split…the minorities tend to vote in block for one of their own.
    If Obama had been running for the republicans, instead of the democrats …he still would have won!

    • Alexandra1973

      To be honest with you, I wouldn’t vote for a woman for president. I believe in men being elected for leadership roles. It’s a major reason why I didn’t vote for McCain–because of Palin. That and I jumped the GOP ship a long time ago.

      I’m also a gender realist.

      • Ella

        For 40 years, the male leaders have sold us out and have done a poor job in representing White European descent people -Middle Class. I’d vote for someone like Le Pen, but no REAL conservative woman could ever get into Oval Office in USA. Staunch conservative women would not be accepted here even on AmRen in the political sphere, especially for attracting votes and power. That is the weakness of your movement! Some queens were tough rulers of both England and Denmark.

        Oh, Palin is a flake much like Pelosi, and I cannot stand them.

    • emiledurk16

      Absolutely agree with ya, WF.

      A microcosm of the messed up world in which we find ourselves.

      According to their demented philosophy, “anyone but a White Male.”

      They very genera that has built civilization.

  • Ernest74

    All this talk about ‘illegals’ is bogus. If legality is really the issue then making them all legal should solve it, right?

    • PvtCharlieSlate

      Right!
      And we could end all bank hold-ups by simply making armed robbery legal.

  • TXCriollo

    Troll the white minority crap got pushed back to 2050 but only one news source covered it. We can stop it if we fight for our rights

  • Martel

    A website of which the owners have no voice in the GOP or conservative movement in general makes the GOP look bad?

    Sensible.

  • I’ll supply the shovels and refreshments. We can dig in shifts.

  • Alexandra1973

    Yeah they work hard–at milking the system!

    If they’re such hard workers, why is their country such a hellhole?

  • You leave out race as a factor, but include income and social class? Interesting. Are you a race realist?

  • Even though I’m not fond of Stormfront, I can honestly say that I’ve never seen a single person there claim that all White people are geniuses, and that black people with triple-digit IQs don’t exist. A random Stormfront WN idiot would be correct. So random that it could only be espoused by someone intentionally trolling the site.

    You are right. There is a huge difference when you are talking about actual racialists and Race Realism’s pet monkey, JohnEngelman:

    — I love to remind white racists that they are not the master race. I love to remind antisemites that Ashkenazi Jews are the master race.

    — Get used to it. In the future inter racial marriage will be even more common.

    — Miscegenation is the coming trend. There is not point in even trying to reverse it.

    — What matters is not race. What matters is IQ.

    — History is moving against you. America is becoming more multi racial, more multi ethnic, and more meritocratic. There is nothing white nationalists can do about. One gets places in politics by getting in front of popular issues. One does not get places by fighting for lost causes.

    — I am not one of you. I am not on your side. **Referring to racial nationalists and pro-White people in general**

  • Show me the quote where you found a Stormfront member saying that 100% of blacks are violent and 0% of Whites are violent.

  • Ella

    “They’re not Republican and yes, they know it.” Hispanics go where there are free dangling carrots and chase them for an easier life as part of their survival. We get billed for corporations to expand their profits into billions and bill us for their cheap labor force. What a system!!!!

  • WR_the_realist

    First generation Hispanics are hard working, but they vote for the party that will give them that social safety net. And they will certainly vote for open borders, whether as Democrats or Republicans.

  • emiledurk16

    A lot of Hispanics are hard working, Doug. And I personally don’t have anything against those people. But our race is in jeopardy. The survival and renewed flourishing of whites is all I can think about right now.

  • Einsatzgrenadier

    US immigration and multiculturalism policies only make sense when you understand that the American government is a totalitarian dictatorship whose ultimate ideological aim is the large-scale race replacement of the indigenous white population. This is also known as white genocide. US immigration policies make absolutely no sense from any other perspective.

    • Ella

      Also known as slave labour, they really want the middle class to collapse since we hinder some of their globalist policies, and they hate gun ownership under our Constitution.

  • emiledurk16

    “A group of Hispanic conservatives is ramping up an aggressive campaign to attract Hispanic voters as part of an ongoing effort on the right to bring more minorities into the fold.”

    Waiting for the day when I read: “A group of WHITE conservatives is ramping up an aggressive campaign to attract WHITE voters as part of an ongoing effort to bring more WHITES into the fold.

    Take umbrage with their term “minorities”.

    Who are the “minorities”?

    Whites in Califorinia! I know that.

    • DaveMed

      The trick is to get Whites to realize that we are, globally-speaking, a small and shrinking minority.

      The die-hard liberals aren’t receptive to such a message, but millions of others are.

  • Luca

    I prefer to rage against the dying of the light.

  • SwarmDoctor .

    GOP and Dems are both controlled by Jews.

  • David Ashton

    Mexico itself has given the best example of the industry and friendliness of “Hispanics”, especially in a future which requires brains rather than brawn.

    Demography is destiny. Racial replacement means cultural replacement. The possibility that America and western Europe “will no longer be white” is not something to welcome. Any decline and fall of the white world will not be the white world’s decline and fall only, but of all for which it stood, and not till then will any surviving remnant and also the reproductively prolific successors know the extent of their misery.

  • This article is important in that the kook left has made the Koch brothers the heart of every one of their kook conspiracy theories. In reality, the politics of the Koch brothers are left-libertarian.

  • LACounty

    “A Stormfront idiot believes that there is no overlap…100% of blacks are violent….0% of whites are violent.” You have zero proof to back up your BS. Surely you can find at least one example with minimal effort.

  • LACounty

    Good to see cowards coming out up front.

  • LACounty

    More BS with ZERO to back it up. You’re a liar.

  • MarcB1969

    The Tea Party faithful who defended these power brokers (the same one’s who co-opted and crashed their movement) are know getting another “thank you” in the form of a stab in the back.

    • OTOH, that “stab in the back” presents the TPM with an opportunity that I hope they’re astute enough to realize is staring them in the face.

      With the Chamber Pot of Commerce’s soul objective in 2014 is to murder the TPM in order to get amnesty and open borders, they’re throwing the TPM into a briar patch. What I hope the end result is that the TPM becomes a lot more vociferously populist and makes opposing crony capitalism a higher priority. Given the squeeze that both the Democrat-left and the RINOs-neocons-establishment Republicans are putting them in, their only choice will be populism, and let’s hope they make that choice.

  • RisingReich

    You didn’t answer my question at all?

    Besides – we DON’T have freedom of association anyway you slice it. I’m forced to work with them, forced to rent to them if I own property, forced to feed them if I own a restaurant, forced to literally PAY them not to work.

    Fact of the matter is, I’m not forcing you to do anything you don’t want to do, but society is shoving diversity down my throat via threat of the business end of a gun.

  • IstvanIN

    ALL Stormfront idiots think the same way? Hmm, you are open minded.

  • Anna Tree

    Could you please support your claims, thank you.

  • Ella

    Is this for cheap labour reasons or a form of annexing ethnic regions?