This Map Shows How Much of Each State Is Foreign-Born

Simran Khosla, NBC News, January 6, 2015

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  • JackKrak

    California is “American” just like the Olive Garden is “Italian”.

    • MekongDelta69

      The Olive Garden has garbage ‘food,’ and is no more “Italian,” than I am a Martian.

      • Paleoconn

        I think that’s Jack’s point.

        • Fr. John+

          Well, some of us happen to like the Olive Garden’s food. But, over the last decade, the help has made it seem like it’s more a “Little Tijuana” restuarant, when you meet your waiter, server, clean-up crew, etc. And I live in the Upper Midwest!

          No me gusta at ALL! I left Calfornication twenty five years ago, because even then, THAT state was no more golden, but brown.
          America for Americans. Basta! Finito!

          • Paleoconn

            Fr. John, I wasn’t necessarily agreeing with Jack. I actually don’t recall my only visit to an OG lo some 15 years ago in Toledo, OH, if I recall. And if I don’t recall it, it couldn’t have been all bad. I used to like Vinny Testa’s out of Boston for Italian. Now, I’m pretty much an Outback guy.

      • Black Olive Garden, Black Lobster and Outblack… Lousy food and overflowing with congoids…

    • fergawdssakes

      The beacon of this land as a country of immigrants no more? Aw.

      • OHDeutschePolkaConfederate

        When this land was a beacon of hope for European immigrants, we created the greatest country on earth by re-creating Europe without the petty sectionalist rivalries, and having a common language to unite all of us White Europeans. Immigrants were creating places like Poland and Croatia in our midst, places with low crime, strong families with strong work ethics and strong Christian values. California is now Mexico in our midst, replete with the drug trafficking, gang violence, and same problems that plague Latin America.

        • Mickey’O

          Rather, California has reverted to Mexican control, as will all of the Mexican Cessation of 1848 and the Gadsden Purchase of 1853. We took with military force, they retake via colonization. Also expect Mexico to take (retake) most of the South and Great Plains. Whitey will be forced to retreat to what we now call “New England”.

      • 1G25

        Time to melt down the Statue of Liberty, or at least strip the “give me your poor huddled masses…” sign off it.

        • Sid Ishus

          Look into where the “huddled masses” came from.

        • It is the Statue of Liberty, not the Statue of Greasers, Arabs and Blacks.

          • TheMaskedUnit

            Some people came for liberty.
            Now people come for other people’s stuff. Preferably the people that came for the liberty’s stuff.

    • OHDeutschePolkaConfederate

      Good analogy. Areas that had a similar percentage of foreign born in 1950 still bear the indelible stamp of the Eastern and Southern European immigrants who comprised the bulk of the ranks of foreign born in 1950. California is a part of Latin America now. Unlike the strongholds of Slavic and Sicilian immigration in the rust belt, though, a legacy of low crime and a dedicated work force will not be the result. Our pre-1965 immigration, from Southern and Eastern Europe, strengthened White identity, and made America an ever better place than it had been.

  • Lewis33

    Alaska is a bit of a surprise. Montana looks better every day.

    • El Baga Doucha Libtard

      I wonder how many Alaskans are Canadian. I used to live in Alaska and I seem to remember there being a fair number of Canadians there, but 7%? It would be nice if the foreigners were Russians who were looking to take back Alaska.

      • Russia would have to buy Alaska back, and with the ruble descending even faster than the price of oil, I doubt that will happen.

        • TheMaskedUnit

          Sometimes I wonder if the US still owns the mineral rights in its own territory. China isn’t that stupid to lend on “the full faith and credit” of Obama and company.
          Are we any different than Africa to them?

    • Logan

      If West Virginia could find a way to create jobs, it would be the best.

  • MekongDelta69

    (Sing along with me, won’t you):

    West Virginnee, here I come
    Back to the land where I came from
    I’m sure trying to not sound trite
    But look at all the folks who are White

    “Thank you ladies and germs. Thank you for your kind applause. I’ll be here all week at the Lizard Lounge, opening for Rodney Dangerfield. Drink up everybody.”

    • dukem1

      And don’t forget to tip your waitress.

      • Please make sure to put her back on her feet afterward. Thank you.

    • Speedy Steve

      Almost Heaven! Good skiing at Snowshoe. Timber, tourism, and ranching.

      • John R

        “Almost Heaven, West Virginia, Blue Ridge Mountains, Shenandoah River….” God, I love that song, R.I.P. John Denver.

        • Speedy Steve

          The Blue Ridge and Shenandoah River are in the Old Dominion, but yes, John Denver did write songs that stick in one’s memory

  • Tarczan

    Almost heaven. I love W Va and would move there immediately if my personal situation allowed it.

  • Easyrhino

    Looks like Montana is our state!

    • Samuel Hathaway

      Montana has my favorite name for any county in the United States… Lewis and Clark County….

      • Lewis County and Clark County in Missouri, far northeast, are next to each other.

        • Samuel Hathaway

          Looking forward to White History Month in February… will be watching the three-hour documentary of Lewis and Clark from the days of the Louisiana Purchase in 1803 and covering the events up until 1806.

    • Speedy Steve

      WV at 1.4% has Montana beat. But Hollyweird rabbis and lawyers aren’t going to moonshine country.

      • WV at 1.4% of 1.8 million is 25k foreigners.
        AL at 7.2% of 700k is 50k foreigners in a state three times the size of Texas.
        MT at 1.8% of 1 million is 18k foreigners in a decent sized state.

        Montana has a liberal presence and land is expensive and WV will eventually be overrun by liberals fleeing South.

        Personally, I’d probably go to AK if I left the South. Huge state, little chance of an influx of Californians and New Yorkers and half of the 700k population live in three cities so there’s lots of small towns where land is fairly cheap.

        • Speedy Steve

          WV is close to me so it’s more easily accessible. There does not seem to be any rush of liberals despite its proximity to the Rust Belt. Fear of hillbillies seems to keep them at bay except for that Rockefeller tosser who bought the senate seat.

  • dd121

    The darker hues of green are our tombstones.

    • Sick of it

      Absolutely, as said states dominate the electoral college.

  • John

    It should be no surprise, given the above, that the former WV state slogan is “almost heaven”. Additionally, the state is also 93.2% white. I visit a lot because my Dad lives there. He lives in a small town and the white population there is close to 99.9%. It’s strange coming from VA and not seeing a black person in the flesh for several days in a row. Normally when I’m at home it’s impossible to avoid them, even with some effort.

    • Mary

      I would absolutely love to live in West Virginia. Beautiful and incredibly White. I also feel a pull because my (semi-famous) ancestor was the first White woman to walk extensively through the region. I live in a Deep South state with a black population approaching 30%, so this sounds appealing indeed.

      • John

        I’m going to go out on a limb here and guess the ancestor to which you’re referring is Mary Draper Ingles. If it is, then I’m sure you are well familiar with her adventure of being captured by the Shawnees and then escaping and walking 800 miles from Kentucky back to VA along the New River in the companion of another woman escapee in the fall of 1755. The amazing courage and tenacity of our colonial ancestors is legend and beyond compare.

        • Mary

          Yes, you’re correct! She was my 6th great grandmother; I’m descended from her granddaughter who came to Alabama in the 1830s. I wish I’d inherited even a shred of her courage.

          I’m also awed by all of those of the colonial period who endured and accomplished so much. I wonder what they would think of the current state of our country? Almost certainly they would be
          shocked and appalled.

          • John

            There’s a very good book about this incident entitled “Follow the River” by historical novelist James Edward Thom. I picked up an autographed copy of it, along with the historical companion guide, in the bookstore at Tamarack Visitor’s Center in Beckley about 10 years ago. Mr. Thom, in doing his research, actually walked large portions of the river himself. What would they think of us today? I often wonder myself. Not highly I’m afraid. Glad to hear you’re keeping her memory alive. With the exception of the Mormons, Americans are pretty lax about genealogy in general, myself included but somewhat less so. I’ve been lucky that a lot of family members have put a tremendous amount of research into our family tree and I’ve benefited from their selfless hard work. As an aside, my great x 6 grandfather was more or less a contemporary of hers. He was a plantation owner living in the eastern and more civilized portion of VA. Lost most of his fortune helping to finance the American Revolution.

          • Mary

            I read “Follow the River” a while ago, and it is very good, if a little gruesome in parts. I think the story would make a great movie beyond the Hallmark version, but political correctness probably wouldn’t allow for it nowadays.

            Virginia history is fascinating and I hope to be able to travel around there someday to see many places firsthand, even though I know much has changed since the 17th-19th centuries. You’re fortunate that some of your family members have already done a lot of research on your family. Genealogy is rewarding, but also can be very time-consuming and frustrating!

          • LHathaway

            Virginia is history. At least for Whites.

          • John

            I saw a movie production of it years ago that followed along with the book pretty closely for a movie adaption and it may have been what you mentioned above. The Wiki article mentions an ABC version in 1995 and a movie released in 2004 called “The Captive”. If you have a chance, you should read some of Thom’s other novels. I’ve read “Long Knife” and “Children of First Man” and they’re both first rate. Yes, I have been lucky that so many have done such hard work. I should get busy myself and so some research myself. My paternal great grandfather was born not 25 miles from where I’m sitting in 1860 so the records should still be at the courthouse (it escaped being burned 1861-65). This is just one example of what I’ve been too lackadaisical to pursue.

          • Mary

            I’ve heard of “The Captive”, but have not yet seen it. I guess the ABC movie was the one I have seen, I was thinking it was Hallmark for some reason. I would like to read some more of Thom’s novels; I know they’re highly regarded. Good luck with your genealogical research. I’ve been interested in genealogy since childhood, but have only really started to work on it in earnest in the past couple of years.
            And I’ve learned so much in the process, about historical events and geography as well as family history.

          • Who Me?

            I read that book a few years ago. It was one I couldn’t put down till it was finished. The things that poor woman went through to get back home to her loved ones and familiar life almost defy belief. All I can say is if we women were half that brave and true-hearted today, the white race would be unstoppable–like we were back then.

          • Samuel Hathaway

            Mary Draper Ingles. Now we have another profile in courage to focus on for White History Month come February.

            Ingles is an interesting name… might the Ingles grocery chain be part of the family lore? Ingles is very popular in the North Carolina and Tennessee mountain areas, not too far removed from West Virginia…. just askin.’

          • Mary

            I’m not sure about the grocery chain, but it’s certainly a possibility.
            Mary Draper Ingles had two sons who had children of their own, and I know some of their descendants went to Tennessee and North Carolina. I’m descended from one of her daughters who went to Tennessee, and then her granddaughter settled in Alabama around 1830.

            I like the idea of a White History Month!

          • Samuel Hathaway

            Yes, February is White History Month…. I’m already plotting to give all my black co-workers a sneaky “white history quiz” with the promise of black jellybeans to the winners of the quiz,

            Here’s how it works. The quiz originally was 20 questions, then I cut it down to only 10. the upshot is that for every question, there are four possible answers. Three answers are a black celebrity, historical figure, etc. and one answer is a white personality, historical figure, etc. but the catch is that the correct answer to EVERY question is the white person… for all 10 questions. Every question is asked in such a way that all blacks who take my quiz are “tricked” into getting every question wrong by choosing one of the three black answers to each question.

            here’s a sample…

            1. Who was the first musical artist in history, of any musical genre, to ever generate FOUR number one hits from the SAME album?
            A. Earth, Wind, and Fire
            B. Michael Jackson
            C. Earl Thomas Conley
            D. Whitney Houston

            The correct answer is “C”….Earl Thomas Conley who is a country singer and who is of course…. white.

          • John

            Should you ever visit the Stormfront website, you might notice they often have a banner in the upper right of the main page proclaiming “Every Month is White History Month”.

        • 1G25

          I read that book… astoundingly brave and strong woman.

        • Samuel Hathaway

          Not even Rosa Parks would have walked even 8 miles under similar circumstances. She just sat her rear down on a bus and refused to budge.. Yeah, took a lot of energy to do that. I’m being ugly, but hey, I’m tired of history ignoring heroic, colonial women who were tough as nails, could shoot a gun as good as any man, but were still ladies.

          • Mary

            I’m trying to visualize Rosa Parks in a similar situation, and it’s just not happening. Although to be fair, I’m not sure I could do it, either.
            It is disgraceful to realize all of the many great figures from American history who accomplished so many wonderful things, and they’ve been all but forgotten. It’s maddening that MLK is the only American who is honored by having his own day. Not even Washington gets this anymore.

            I have two children in elementary school, and you would not believe (well, probably you would) the number of important figures from American history who are cast aside in order to create a “diverse and inclusionary” false narrative.

      • Alexandra1973

        I’m not far from WV, since I live in Ohio. Life near Amish country is a lot more peaceful than life in the Detroit suburbs, I can tell you from experience.

        • meanqueen

          The Amish are pretty to look at, but I don’t feel fondly toward pacifists. They won’t be there for you when you are under threat.

        • Mary

          It sounds like heaven! I don’t live in a city that’s quite as bad as Detroit, but I live in the suburbs of a city that’s famous for a lot of similar racial issues. And every year it seems the suburbs get a little darker.

      • Reynardine

        I’d rather live in a White trashheap than a black paradise.

        They look about the same anyway.

      • Samuel Hathaway

        You should indeed feel a sense of pride about your ancestry in West Virginia.

        • John

          From Wikipedia….”West Virginia became a state following the Wheeling Conventions of 1861, in which 50 northwestern counties of Virginia decided to break away from Virginia during the American Civil War. The new state was admitted to the Union on June 20, 1863, and was a key Civil War border state. West Virginia was the only state to form by seceding from a Confederate state and was one of two states formed during the American Civil War (the other being Nevada, which separated from Utah Territory). I’m sure Mary appreciated your kind words. It’s helpful to keep the above in mind when doing investigative work into the old family tree. The colonialists were movers and shakers, that’s for sure. I found out by accident a few years ago the grandparent I mentioned above was the father of the person that became the first governor of LA and the longest street in NO is named in his honor. Long way from the shores of the Chesapeake Bay in the year 1621 when the first of our family settled here.

          • Samuel Hathaway

            John…when you found out about the first of your family to settle in the Chesapeake Bay area in 1621, i know that had to really make you appreciate your American heritage like you hadn’t realized before. Those like yourself have stake in preserving the real history of our nation and the sacrifices they made to keep it free. Regrettably, the ruling classes don’t quite see it that way, which is why we cannot depend on them to preserve the cultural and historical integrity of our nation.

        • Mary

          Thank you, I certainly do! And it pains me greatly to compare the amazing people who founded and developed this nation with most of the population we have now.

      • meanqueen

        Also have ancestry in WV, but it’s far back and I don’t know much about it. I would not like to be “surrounded” though.

    • MBlanc46

      At least the blacks have deep historic roots in Virginia. The Mexicans and whoever the hell else are flooding Virginia have no reason at all to be their. Except for the greed of the elites, that is.

      • John

        Yes. The Mexiscum. Roughly 8 years ago I did a web search for the term “Virginia+MS-13” and it came back with over 100,000 hits. “Die”versity in action.

        • MBlanc46

          That is truly frightening.

    • Dr. X

      Interesting that you mention towns that are 99.9% white. The map indicates that New York has the second-highest foreign born population, nearly a quarter. But that’s nearly all in New York City. There are many, many small towns in Upstate New York and the Adirondacks that are 99.9% white, and for practical purposes they are chafing under the rule of an occupation government. If you want to know what the future of the country will be like, look no further than New York — urban areas populated by liberals, Jews, and nonwhites ruling over small, rural white towns with an iron fist.

      • John

        That’s a truly frightening vision of what could come to pass. I have hopes that we’ll possibly see a balkanization of what was once a great country with the formation of several smaller, all white ethnostates formed into a loose confederacy. Structurally it would be similar to the CSA of 1861 to 1865 but without the large black population they had of course. Regardless of what eventually happens, I doubt if I’ll be around long enough to see it.

  • Luca

    There are places in So. California where English is a foreign language. There are entire communities that are essentially hispanic “No-Go” zones. These ‘immigrants’ are a financial drain on schools, businesses, the criminal justice system and our hospitals.
    Luckily, Gov. Moonbeam has a solution to all of these problems. He’s building a bullet train to ‘nowhere and for no one’ that will be a money pit for decades to come.

    Another classic Liberal ‘problem-solver’.

    • See The Future

      A state that is as bankrupt as Detroit. The leftist liberal government workers will be crying when their pension payments cannot be met due to the upcoming bankruptcy.

    • BloodofAlbion75

      “hispanic ‘No-Go’ zones.”

      That is a critical point that White women in particular must understand,especially if they want to avoid becoming a victim of sexual assault. There are a rapidly growing number of Hispanic neighborhoods that are just as dangerous for White women as predominantly black or Muslim neighborhoods are.

    • meanqueen

      Twenty years ago, I took my family to Disneyland (we drove). I did not encounter a single white person until I got into the park itself. The gas stations were run by Asians. The hotels were run by Indians. Everything else was black and hispanic. I was stunned. It’s now 2014, not 1994. I can’t even imagine what “worse” would mean.

      • Luca

        Twenty years ago it was tolerable, it was the beginning of the invasion. You can measure the illegal population here by the number of abandoned shopping carts and litter you see laying around.

  • ZB01

    Regarding California: Please note: This map only refers to those who are foreign born, not those who are Hispanic; nor those who are the children of the “foreign born”. Factor that in to your mental equation, and your California percentages are lamentably higher.

    • See The Future

      You can probably double all those numbers.

      • Samuel Hathaway

        Interestingly, I am now at my fathers house and I showed him this same map just 5 minutes ago.. he said the exact same thing…. those numbers should be “doubled.” Funny how we whites tend to think more alike than different although we have never met each other… Nice to make your acquaintance, Mr. See the Future.

    • Luca

      And 75% of that 27.1% are in concentrated in Central/Southern California.

    • meanqueen

      Crap! Okay, mentally recalculating . . .

    • Emerald T. Brown

      You are quite correct in your assessment. I live in Northern California; while not as overrun as So Cal, still the number of foreign born Mexicans and the illegals who are breeding little anchor babies here is astounding. If you counted in all the anchor children along with their parents you would quickly see that California is a “lost” state.

  • Atheist Realist

    I think this is a misnomer. What if all immigration stops now and in a century, California will be 0% foreign born. Doesn’t mean it won’t be an alien place (i.e. an American Sudetenland)

  • Larry Klein

    Only surprise is that fairly populous Ohio has a lower (relative) number. Only a matter of time till they try to jam a bunch of Syrians into Quaker country or some such place

    • Ella

      I thought you have a sizable Somali population in Columbus as part of a refuge relocation program?

  • Larry Klein

    Look at those numbers though. Truck stop nation made up of 3rd world drifters and grifters.

  • WR_the_realist

    Far too many of the 5.4% foreign born here in New Hampshire are African “refugees” that the State Department has decided to diversify us with.

    I do despise the federal government. All I really want it to do is deliver the mail, manage the national parks and forests, and control the border. 90% of it should just go away.

    • MBlanc46

      New Hampshire. There shouldn’t be a non-white face in NH. Unless it’s a tourist or someone who’s gotten lost. If you’re on the way to being over-run, there’s no hope of the rest of us.

      • DonReynolds

        Heck, they are overrun with Muslim Somalis in Shelbyville, Tennessee, the capitol of the Tennessee Walking Horse culture. They have already built a mosque for the Moslems at Murfreesboro, a few miles away. I have also seen a new mosque in another university town, Jonesboro, Arkansas, in the middle of rice country.

        • MBlanc46

          It’s been more than 20 years since I’ve been in the south. That’s not the way it was then. It’s just as bad or worse in the Chicago area. If we don’t stop it soon, it will be too late.

          • DonReynolds

            My good fellow, it will never be too late as long as we are still armed.

          • meanqueen

            I admire your spirit, Don, but we’ll need a lot of armaments.

          • MBlanc46

            I’m afraid that it requires more than arms.

          • DonReynolds

            You are absolutely correct.
            The military could stack free weapons on every street corner and big boxes of ammo, but if no one has a willingness to use them and take time to become proficient, they are nothing more than historical relics. Bayonets mean nothing without some guts behind them. I keep thinking video games will keep the warrior spirit alive with the young people and a few million took turns serving in wars in the Middle East, the past two decades. We still have enough men with the ability and the determination to be a credible threat.

        • bilejones

          Who is this “they” who built “a Mosque for the Muslims”?

          • DonReynolds

            Well lemmie see……the Muslims arrived as refugees without a red cent to their name, then the Mosque is built, while the refugees are on welfare. So either “they” are other Muslims who wired in the dough (Saudis maybe) or you and I taxpayers paid for the mosque. Take your pick.

        • meanqueen

          There’s a huge mosque and Islamic compound in Lubbock, Texas. I consider Texas The Great Wall. Once they’ve broken in there, they can go anywhere.

      • saxonsun

        My dad’s people are from NH; the thought of non-whites in that pristine state makes me spiritually ill.

        • MBlanc46

          It’s been forty years since I’ve been in northern New England. I don’t recall having ever seen a non-white face in Vermont, NH, or Maine. Perhaps they were there, but their presence was so minimal as to leave no impression on me.

          • DougDeGrave

            Stay away from Dunkin’ Donuts, and you should be safe.

          • MBlanc46

            Thanks. I’m usually pretty good at that.

          • DougDeGrave

            That’s the only place I’ve ever noticed loitering swamp crickets in the few times I’ve visited New Hampshire.

    • See The Future

      Yes and to transfer our tax dollars to these freeloaders that will replace us in due course.

    • GeneticsareDestiny

      That’s the situation in my state (Minnesota) as well. We’re being flooded with African refugees, especially Muslim Somalis. They’re rapidly draining the welfare system and spreading the influence of Islam in every neighborhood where they become a significant percentage of the population.

      It’s impossible to walk around in downtown Minneapolis without seeing them everywhere. They enjoy riding the light rail for free (which is illegal) and stealing smartphones out of people’s hands while on it.

    • 1G25

      Hence the “enumerated powers” that Lincoln and subsequent presidents have expanded like cancer.

    • Northern American-Nationalist

      I agree wholeheartedly except for one of those three things you listed is in fact unconstitutional for the federal government to do. Can you guess which one?

  • MBlanc46

    Jeez. California.Texas. Florida. New York. New Jersey. Arizona. Illinois. Washington. All effed. And plenty of others not far behind. I’m glad I’ll have shuffled off into eternity before they’ve finally taken control.

    • See The Future

      I have only one regret in my life and that is to witness the crimes of treason committed by all our western leaders to destroy the great western white civilization. It pains me dearly.

      • MBlanc46

        Indeed. This isn’t how I thought things were going to turn out when I was a young man seeking to make my place in the world.

  • Reynardine

    Oh Montana, you beautiful thing.

    • John Smith

      I’d prefer to “whiten” Idaho back up.

      • meanqueen

        LOL! Curious, why? I’ve never been to either state so don’t have a sense of why you would prefer one over the other.

        • John Smith

          Idaho is nice and many whites have chosen it for a destination. MT is pretty in the Rockies, but the weather is much worse and the eastern 2/3 are on the desolate side.

  • IstvanIN

    New Jersey’s first baby of 2015 was Nigerian. Yes, both parents are Nigerian.

    • Reynardine

      Nigerian is a funny word when you pronounce it with a hard ‘g’

    • Mary

      A little variety. Usually it’s a mestizo anchor baby.

      • Who Me?

        I quit checking to see who the first baby of the new year was a few years ago when it was a Hispanic baby born to the SAME family several years apart. Once was, well bound to happen, even twice, but when the SAME family produced the first baby of the year TWICE…well that’s when I just stopped caring.

        • meanqueen

          That’s awful!

    • Kenner

      Just what Jersey needs, more criminals.

  • DonReynolds

    It is actually much, much worse than the map suggests because the “foreign born” are not equally distributed across the state, but concentrated heavily in certain counties. In Arkansas, for instance, the map shows only 4.4% foreign born…..but in certain counties the hispanic population is 20% or higher, whereas many counties have almost none. The town of Danville in Yell County is over 50% hispanic, whereas a few years ago there were zero.

    Texas does everything possible to officially mask the extent of the invasion. I accepted a job offer to work in Burnet County (NW of Austin) in the Texas Hill Country in 2001. Before deciding to move my family there, I went to the local school district and asked about the percentage hispanic in local schools. I was told it was just barely 5% of the enrollment. When I picked up my kids at the local school, it was clear to me that half or more of the school children were obviously hispanic. I went back to the school district with my new information. The school superintendent explained that after the Mexicans have been in local schools for two years, they were no longer COUNTED as hispanic….they magically transform into white.

    • Ella

      Yes, I thought the percentages of Texas were rigged. I read like 2/3 of the public students in Texas schools are now Latinos. Texas is also a “minority-majority” State so other sources offer better profile of Texas demographic situation.

    • See The Future

      The great state of Texas one of the first to go down the tubes along with California.

      • Dr. X

        The Democrats are trying desperately to flood Texas with Mexicans to turn it into a blue state. When that happens, the country is finished. The biggest states with the most electoral votes will all be Democratic — California, Texas, Illinois, and New York. It will be literally impossible for the Republican Party (aka the White Party) to ever win another election, even assuming that the Republican leadership actually wants to appeal to it’s white base — which, frankly, it doesn’t.

        • DougDeGrave

          Is there any correlation between this transformation of Texas and the influx of Californian transplants who migrated there? It seems these masochists are helping to turn Texas into all the things that made California undesirable in the first place.

    • Sid Ishus

      My family settled into Yell County in the early 1800’s. Our family cemetery is located in a community named after us. When I pass through traveling or for a funeral I’m saddened to see the changes.

    • 1G25

      White alone, percent, 2013 (a)94.7% 80.3%Black or African American alone, percent, 2013 (a)2.2% 12.4%American Indian and Alaska Native alone, percent, 2013 (a)1.1%1.0%Asian alone, percent, 2013 (a)0.6%4.3%Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone, percent, 2013 (a)0.1%0.1%Two or More Races, percent, 20131.3%1.8%Hispanic or Latino, percent, 2013 (b)21.4%38.4%White alone, not Hispanic or Latino, percent, 201374.6%44.0%

      I know a little about the Burnet area, so got suspicious of your “facts.” The above is from the US Census Bureau, not the Burnet County School Board; the rightmost column is for Texas, the left column for Burnet County, i.e.,
      White alone, Burnet Cy. 94.7%, Texas 80.3%, and on down.

      Your BS about not being able to shop in an HEB or Walmart due to language problems is ludicrous.
      .

      • DonReynolds

        You need to find out more about Burnet in Burnet County. Stop by the HEB in Marble Falls sometime. And yes, there are stores where no one speaks Englsih. Try some of the stores in South Austin, while you are at it. You will find that the numbers are distorted.

    • meanqueen

      I have a personal stake in Texas as my ancestors were among the earliest pioneers there. I always assumed it would be a place to “go back to.” No more. Members of my immediate family fled recently and told me what is going on there. It makes me really sad. I went back about 10 years ago to visit my old elementary schools and walk by the homes we used to live in. It was frightening. Our old neighborhoods had become barrios. The schools, which used to have lovely campuses that were open, were now surrounded by chain link fencing and there was graffiti on the dumpsters and on some of the walls of the school. I literally stood there and cried. Those of you who know Texans will understand this – it’s particularly humiliating to be overrun and not be able to defend your land when you come from a background of fierce pride in your state. It’s truly “a civilization gone with the wind.”

  • Paleoconn

    That 1.8% is that Montana. My future home? Lots of heartland states looks fitting for a new White country. Many of them are connected which would form a White ethno-state of quite a large area. The left and right coasts can go straight to hell.

    • Sid Ishus

      A viable nation would need a deep water port. Surrounded on all sides isn’t particularly attractive.

      • Speedy Steve

        Switzerland has no seaport, and it’s managing to keep apart from EU and NATO.

      • 1G25

        New Orleans and New York City are perennially tied for first place as the nation’s primary deep-water international port.

        New Orleans could cut off the entire blue state export system down the Mississippi, leaving Minnesota liberal wheat farmers to try wagon trains to New York City.

      • Paleoconn

        We’ll take New England too. They have a helluva football team.

        • How about the whole thing, but this time, all the way to Antarctica? We can’t call it “Manifest Destiny” again. How about “Lebensraum?”

      • Who Me?

        That’s why we need Washington, Oregon, Idaho and the western part of Montana for our future homeland.
        A homeland of our own–an idea whose time has come.
        Northwestfront (DOT) org

  • E. Newton

    America has been described as the “proposition nation”. The proposition is now redistribution, something more commonly known as theft, theft of the fruits of your work. The political elite siphon off a bit, which pleases them greatly. I love the America I knew and that existed well before my birth. I despise the America that is growing before me.

    • Kenner

      1956 to 1966 was the peak. I was there to see it, and what I’m seeing now is like nuclear winter.

      • ricpic

        Fifties were peak. The great disaster was JFK’s assassination. I have mixed feelings about JFK, but the Left blamed America and has been wreaking its revenge ever since. It was clear by the mid-sixties and crystal clear by sixty eight that traditionalists were in retreat. The great Northeastern and Midwestern cities were already experiencing the Negro plague by the late fifties.

  • Blackhawk

    7.2% of the great state of Minnesota. And sadly those aren’t Canadians.

    • See The Future

      Many thanks to the Lutheran church.

      • BloodofAlbion75

        Be careful with your assertions about Lutheranism.While it is undeniably true that many Lutherans are supporters,if not active facilitators (like the government-funded Lutheran Immigration & Refugee Services),of the immigration crisis in that (and other states) ,there are more than a few people in that denomination who are every bit as opposed to the immigration invasion as you and I are.

        There is plenty of blame to go around on this issue: The many Catholic and Jewish individuals and organizations who are constantly agitating for more and more immigration are equally guilty of furthering this crisis,as well.

        • withcaution

          Yes, I think we can say all biblical oriented religions are equally at fault.

          • meanqueen

            More souls for Jesus, I guess.

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          • meanqueen

            Is that anything like transubstantiation?

        • Speedy Steve

          Baptists are heavily into “refugee racketeering” as well.

        • See The Future

          Like most others, I was brought up in a household that subscribed to one religion or the other. I specifically named the Lutheran church as I was brought up in a Lutheran family, but have not attended a Lutheran church for over 50 years. I am disgusted at what I believe once was a somewhat honorable agency in terms of golden rule and ten commandments.

    • GeneticsareDestiny

      Yep, they mostly fall into two groups: the “refugees” and the illegal immigrants. The “refugees” are almost all African or SE Asian (typically Hmong), while the illegals are the same as every other state’s illegals (Hispanic).

      There are portions of Minneapolis where you’ll see more veiled women than unveiled ones because there’s so many Muslim Somalis there.

  • Ella

    Looks like refugees are pouring into Idaho for welfare and potatoes.

  • John Smith

    A pretty fair correlation to how far left each state trends; even where it doesn’t hold, I expect it’s a leading indicator of a soon-to-be-realized tipping point.

  • NothingMan00

    I wonder how strongly this correlates with violent crime rates.

  • realgone222

    I think we should look a this map and put it into context. I would imagine that NJ, NY etc probably looked the same percentage wise in the early 1900’s, these states have always been immigrant states. I think a better map would show us what the immigrant breakdown is because I am sure its not Italians and Irishman anymore.

    • OHDeutschePolkaConfederate

      Exactly. Ohio, where I live, still bears the stamp of pre-1965 immigrants. We have Polka festivals in the summer, folks like to work hard, and crime is low outside of the heavily Negro neighborhoods. We can buy homemade pepperoni rolls at the grocery store, and homemade pierogies at our local churches. Our cities had low crime before our greedy industrialists invited hordes of Negroes here starting in the 1950’s. Negroes transformed neighborhoods where folks had literally left their keys in the car overnight into shooting galleries. Little Italy and Little Poland, which had been safe and clean, became Africa in our Midst. I fear for the places where the current percentages of foreign born are high. These numbers mean places that, down the road, will resemble Latin America, Africa, a Muslim country, or China. These will not be places where Whites can live in peace and quiet. They will be places Whites escape from.

  • meanqueen

    There goes my dream of a farm in Idaho. Looks like Montana is the best bet, but there is no mention of the Natives there, and they are a problem.

    • HE2

      My Northern Montana relatives tell me the Indians pretty much stick to the res.
      Their problem population is White meth heads.

      • meanqueen

        Oh, got it. Well, the meth heads part makes sense. What can be done about them?

        • HE2

          Family does not have a solution, so I assume they do what we White Californians do about blacks, browns, and yellows.

          They notice, hate it, glare, then look away and walk on.

  • meanqueen

    Better research the NA reservations, first. I thought I had read that there is quite a bit of Indian crime there. Of course, it’s not like we have a lot of choices. Maybe they would just have to be dealt with.

    • HE2

      If an Indian commits a crime off the res, [and they do, especially if drinking or drugging], it is prosecuted by local police.
      If an Indian commits a crime on the res, tribal elders deal with it.
      Indians do not want Whites coming on to “their” lands, though they want all the cash and perks they can milk from Whites.
      Res Indians choose to live in absolute squalor, their living areas looking much like barrios.

      • meanqueen

        I know someone who works for Indian Health Service. Said the same thing about them living in squalor. There is essentially no hope for them to become contributing citizens. I wonder what the birth rate is for Indians in reservations. Any hope of them fading out over time?

        • HE2

          Do not know their birth rates, but do know that Fetal Alcohol Syndrome with birth defects and mental retardation is prevalent.

          That does not bode well for the future of their race.

          Probably fair to assume they are a dying breed, but not sure.

      • Any felony committed on the res is instantly federal. Do not pass “Go”, do not collect $200. The tribal courts deal only with misdemeanors.

        • HE2

          Am unclear on this, MCS, allow me to depend on your know how.
          If an indian murders another indian within the boundaries of the res, is the murder considered a federal felony offense that must be tried by the our judicial system, or a capital crime that may be adjudicated by the elders?
          Where exactly is the line drawn?
          Does this vary from state to state?
          Thanks.

  • ye ol’ swampyankee

    Percentages are one thing but demographic distribution is another. If the focus is strictly on state percentages, the true picture becomes somewhat skewed. Take Minnesota for example. If you remove non-White (black) from the Minneapolis/St. Paul metro, the state black percentage is negligible. But even if you don’t, they are concentrated in only a few city locals beyond token numbers and that’s it. MN’s affluent suburbs, small communities and rural areas are as White percentage wise as ever. The same story with New Hampshire when Manchester, Nashua, and Concord are discounted. The Granite state’s non- population centers are just as White in July as they are in January, with or without snow. When you break things down demographically a radically different picture emerges. This almost makes me want to kick percentages to the curb.

  • The Colorado problem is largely due to the Denver state-anus being a sanctuary city for criminal alien invaders. I wish we could put a wall around Denver and let everyone there starve.

    • Dave West

      Colorado is now a colony of California libtards.

  • Harry

    ♫Turn me loose, set me free; somewhere in the middle of Montana..

  • Awaken The Heroes of Old

    “Why they would want what they fled to establish itself here from is beyond me.”

    They can’t help it. Genetics is destiny.

  • Logan

    That 4.7 in South Carolina is all Mexicans, too. It’s probably a higher percentage, but they’re illegal, so no one knows for sure how many there are. Not to mention their 10 kids each.

  • Jim

    I live in California. Currently it is about 70 degrees outside and the ocean looks great. How about where you are, chipping the ice off your windshield?

    Everything is a trade off but I love the weather, the things to do (surfing, skiing and dune buggies, all in the same day), and the high tech and research industries with good jobs.

    The downside is crowds, drought, wildfire, super expensive housing and people that don’t look or talk like me. I won’t be moving to Iowa or West Virginia anytime soon.

  • Mickey’O

    What part of the Gadsden Purchase of 1853 do you not understand?

  • Mickey’O

    ” There is no factual or even moral case for an illegal colonization or reversion to Mexican control for any of these territories.” Facts on the ground trump any “factual or moral cases.” Like it or not, demographics are destiny. The White European is a minority in California (the American side), and will become more so in the next few years. The only real question is: Will the Asians stand for being annexed (back) into Mexico? Or will they flee too?