Tu Casa Es Mi Casa

Economist, March 13, 2015

America is a country built by immigration, but nothing in its history compares to the rise in its Hispanic population. Changes to immigration law in the 1960s triggered a decades-long surge in arrivals, taking the Hispanic population from just 7m in 1970 to 57m today, a number that is set to double by mid-century. At that point one in four Americans will be of Latino descent. In relation to the population of the day, there have been proportionally larger surges in the past, notably involving European migrations in the 19th and early 20th centuries.

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Two factors make the rise of Hispanic America different. Never before has such a large group of new arrivals lived so close to their ancestral homelands, linked to grandparents in the same time zone by cheap flights and Skype. Secondly, America is entering an era of white decline. For almost two centuries, from the time of George Washington’s presidency to the election of Ronald Reagan, whites of European descent made up at least 80% of the population. That share is below two-thirds now, and the white majority is set to become a minority by 2044. That brings both challenges and opportunities. Today’s Hispanics lag behind whites when it comes to education and wealth. But they are strikingly young, lowering America’s median age and offering workers to fill the labour market when other rich countries face greying decline. Politicians too often discuss Hispanics as almost a single-issue group, as victims or villains of immigration. But five-sixths are legal residents and recent Latino growth has been mostly from births, not new arrivals. Hispanics are dispersing across the country and their political clout will only grow: nearly 1m US-born Latinos reach voting age annually.

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  • Samuel Hathaway

    ¿Tu casa es mi casa? No, mi casa es mía, no la suya.
    You’re house is my house? No, my house is not yours.
    HAPPY SAINT PATRICKS DAY TO EVERYONE AT AR. THIS IS OUR HOUSE.

    • Cid Campeador

      “¿Tu casa es mi casa? No, mi casa es mía, no la suya.”
      !Ojalá que fuera una realidad! Los que me dan miedo son los Árabes ( Musulmanes) que cruzan la frontera sin que nadie los reconozca.
      A Propósito, Feliz Día de San Patricio.

  • Luca

    My country is not your country amigo.

    • Bossman

      That is true but you should remember that a great part of what is now the USA used to be Mexican and Indian country.

      • Samuel Hathaway

        The entire American continent from Canada through Central America to South America was Indian country.

        • Bossman

          A lot of those Indians are still here but these days they are called “Hispanics”, “Latino”, etc.

          • Samuel Hathaway

            I don’t call the Chibcha tribe in Colombia “Latinos” or “Hispanics”. They’re Chibchas, period. I’m sure they don’t appreciate being called “Hispanic.” And they’re not “Americans” either even if they’re from and American continent.

          • Bossman

            Indians from the USA now call themselves “Native Americans.”

          • Sharps Rifle

            And the ones I know detest Mexicans with a passion. Listen to a Navajo say “Nakai” sometime…he doesn’t say it, he spits it!

          • Bossman

            Some tribes hate other tribes with great passion. I was surprised to learn that Canadian Indians have what is called a maniacal and homicidal hatred for Eskimos.

          • Hilis Hatki

            The Apalache of Apalachecola (Fl) were hated by the surrounding nations as they liked to cut a person into pieces and hang the pieces in the trees. They lifted scalps with ease and carried them on their bows. Europeans did not have to teach Indians how to scalp.

          • Samuel Hathaway

            Amerigo Vespucci, for whom the Americas were named, probably didn’t understand the Indians to be “Americans.” And for them to exploit the name of a white European after the fact to now describe themselves is, well, just silly.

            I happen to be a Native American (non-Indian), born right here in the Southeastern United States, but don’t call me an Indian.

          • ElComadreja

            I’m also a Native American. Born in Boston Massachusetts.

          • Whiteplight

            You think you’re telling us something we don’t know? But it’s their game, let them play it. Don’t pretend to teach us kindergarten politics, just because you think its brilliant.

          • De Doc

            I guess I missed the part in history, where Aztecs and Mayans were anywhere outside of Central Mexico.

          • Bossman

            The present day descendants of those tribes see all of America as their continent. If you had watched the mass demonstrations of a few years ago, you would have seen many of them carrying signs proclaiming that they are the true Americans.

          • ElComadreja

            They are a conquered people. If we had played the game by their rules we would have exterminated them.

          • Hilis Hatki

            That is not true. The native peoples of the Americas were not a monolith. The people in northeast and southeast NAmerica were vastly different than the central and south American people. It is a period that is misunderstood by the majority of people. A period of history that is one of my passions.

          • Bossman

            The tribes may have been different but still they are people of the same race. Recent DNA analysis has proven it to be so. Not only are they of the same race but they are closely related to each other.

          • Hilis Hatki

            We are all the human race …. angels on the head of a pin…. I can claim all of earth as mine.

          • Hilis Hatki

            The Indians of the southeast NAmerica were taller, more warlike and yet more civilized that those of central and south America.

          • Bossman

            The ones of Central and South America built pyramids. Those of North America lived in tepees.

          • Hilis Hatki

            In the southeast the majority lived in two story houses on mounds of the dirt that gave them life.

          • Samuel Hathaway

            Don’t forget the Mayans incorporated “zero” into mathematics. The pyramids were also very remarkably accurate astronomically.

          • SentryattheGate

            Bossman, the pyramids were not a domicile (meaning not a residential dwelling) and North American natives lived in a variety of dwellings, depending on where they lived; from teepees in the plains to mud hut “hogans”, wooden longhouses, etc. The pyramids were religious buildings, where, on top, human sacrifice took place. (By the way, Bossman, there is a saying “Better to be quiet and thought a fool, than to open one’s mouth and prove it so!”)

          • Bossman

            What is your point? All the natives of the Americas are the same people. They were all naked savages as far as the early Europeans were concerned. The poster that I replied to seems to think that North American Indians were superior to South American Indians.

          • Hilis Hatki

            not superior, just different. the central American indians were master stone masons and astronomers. and chia is a “wonder” food source.

          • Hilis Hatki

            “They were all naked savages as far as the early Europeans were concerned.”
            That is a generalization, a lie coated in a half truth. Europeans did despise some of the Indian nations and held great respect for others. Europeans of the De Soto expedition were brought to tears and gave the clothes off their back to Indians suffering hardships. And they fed some Indians to their Irish wolfhounds.

          • ElComadreja

            Many if not most of them were no more than naked savages.

          • Hilis Hatki

            The “Pearl Lady” ruler of Cofachiqui, standing on her mound of dirt was more civilized than Montezuma and all his astronomical stone pyramids. She played the Europeans like a Stradivarius violin and lived to tell the tale.

          • ElComadreja

            No. They were absorbed by the Conquistadors creating the abomination known as the mestizo.

          • Gunter Mabuse

            Not all north american injuns lived in teepees. Talk to the ones in Maine.

          • Samuel Hathaway

            Yes, DNA explains many things we didn’t know before, like forensic science. There was a story of a white Boston banker who embezzled from his bank, fled the country to Mexico, faked his own death, and put a Mexican corpse in the driver’s seat of the car he crashed.

            The body was burned beyond recognitiion but testable DNA from pulp in a molar proved that it was medically, scientifically and racially impossible for the charred body to be this banker. DNA specialists came to the obvious conclusion that the DNA extracted was consistent only with Amerindians and could not have possibly come from a Caucasian.

          • Bossman

            The big news in genetics for the year 2014 was that some some Native Americans carried West Asian genes even before they left Siberia.

          • BlueSonicStreak

            If it is one of your passions, Hilis, you must be a good person to ask for resources on the history of the period. What books and such would you recommend?

          • Hilis Hatki

            “La Florida” by Garcilaso de la Vega, a.k.a. the Inca. Of the 4 orignal writings his is far better than all three combined. He was a mestizo, as he called himself, educated in Spain. He grew up listening to the stories from the survivors of the De Soto expedition. He was later a officer in the Spannish Armada. Get his original writing, translated of course, not someone else’s abridged version. “The De Soto Chronicles” contain all four writings.
            I could write pages on “La Florida”. I would love to make a mini series of it. There is much to glean, directly and indirectly, from the story. The importance of real salt (not table) to health, the real treasures found in NAmerica and “the Secret” that doomed the expedition. It is not a whitewashing, it is a brutal yet beautiful look at humans in the natural world.

          • Hilis Hatki

            Anything by John R. Swanton, a writer in the earlier 1900’s. My favorite is “Early History of the Creek Indians and Their Neighbors”

            “Indian Removal” by Grant Foreman (1932 first print). The complete trail of tears over decades. How Creek tribes contained every shade of red, every shade of white, every shade of black. Why the Cherokee got only a little of what they deserved on their trail.

          • Hilis Hatki

            “The Frontiersmen” by Allan W. Eckert.

            It’s a historical telling in novel form that centers around the Shawnee leader Tecumseh and Simon Kenton a peer of Daniel Boone. It covers the war of 1812 and it’s peoples and events. Eckert spent 7 years researching it. Has notes on each chapter. As the author states “This book is fact not fiction. Every incident described in this book actually occurred; every date is historically accurate; and every character, regardless of how major or how minor, actually lived the role in which he is portrayed.” He used lots of personal diaries as resources.
            In it you discover that Andrew Jackson was not born on American soil. A tale he use to love to tell at dinner parties until he decided to run for president. You witness a Shawnee torture/death of a Army commander that is …. starts as a drop of rain and builds to a tornadic thunderstorm.

          • WR_the_realist

            The Indians from what is now the United States are called Navaho, Comanche, Apache, Seminole, etc. and they are still here.

            The invaders are from various Central American tribes, with admixtures of white Spaniards. Had those Central American tribes tried to move in before the white man came the Comanches and Apaches would have cut of their heads and made tents out of their tanned hides.

      • John Smith

        And what still is is badly mismanaged. Nothing keeps Mexico poor except the Mexicans.

        • brior

          Must be their space program.

          • Spaniard in LA

            Mexico does have a space program called “Agencia Espacial Mexicana” established July 2010. I’m in shock!

          • brior

            Cartel dollars helping humanity!

          • Spaniard in LA

            Thanks for the laugh.

        • SentryattheGate

          That is another reason those “Dreamers”, after being educated at our expense, should go back home; to help out their people instead of DEMANDING to stay here!

          • John Smith

            They’re convinced that stealing back the land that Anglos made productive will benefit them, when it’s the same land that they lived on in poverty previously and will again.

        • Spaniard in LA

          “Nothing keeps Mexico poor except the Mexicans” agree! Mexico has the potential to be a first world country but their 1% won’t allow such a thing to happen.

      • De Doc

        And what is now Mexico was once Spanish domain. Mexico can thank Santa Anna and its cowardly congress for giving away most of their territories in North America. Still, even after the U.S. defeated Mexico, we still paid them for the land minus indemnities for the war.

      • Luca

        Mexico gained independence from Spain in 1821. So Mexico owned that land for about 27 years then received $15 million and signed the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo in 1848 granting that land to the US.

        The 13 colonies once belonged to England. Alaska once belonged to Russia.

        Are you seeing a trend here?

        • Americaandthewestshouldbewhite

          Yes the US bought them fair and square

          • ElComadreja

            As we also did the Louisiana Purchase.

      • WR_the_realist

        For about 20 years. Before that it was Spanish territory. I notice the Spaniards are not claiming they have a right to come here in violation of our immigration laws.

  • Kenner

    Many comments on this article yesterday were strongly race-realist. I was surprised they weren’t deleted.

    • Katherine McChesney

      This article wasn’t posted yesterday.

  • If you want to know what Mexicans and Central American Hispanics really bring, take a good hard look at Los Angeles County and the surrounding regions of Southern California.

    The areas are gang-infested, squalor, many of them are welfare-dependent, shaved-head ‘cholos’ walking about, lots of gang graffiti, Mexican squat-peasants and their babies shuffling about everywhere, and sign after sign in Spanish. Aside from huge levels of crime and a gang-culture, Mexicans essentially bring Mexico with them.

    America is becoming Mexicanized and Tijuana is our future.

    Not to worry though, Jeb Bush has reassured us that the illegal Mexicans do it out of “love.”

    • Bossman

      Jeb Bush used to be governor of Florida; the Hispanics there are said to have built South Florida so obviously not all Hispanics are the same.

      • John Smith

        They are mostly criollos, NOT mestizos.

      • listenupbub

        A lot of South Florida is pretty nasty.

        Concrete jungle, no architecture…

      • Samuel Hathaway

        Hispanics didn’t build South Florida. The white anglo-saxon was firmly entrenched and had for decades been establishing South Florida society that attracted Cuban immigrants and others.

        • phillyguy

          up until 55 years ago signs were posted at Miami Beach sayiny” No Negros or Jews allowed”.

          • Samuel Hathaway

            Yes, my next door neighbor is from Miami, FL… the Cuban takeover ran him and his family off in the 1980s. The Mariel boat lift finally ran off the rest of what whites were left.

          • Pretty odd, considering that Miami Beach was largely Jewish at the time…

          • phillyguy

            I was even surprised to find that out the hotel that Arthur Godfrey owned had a sign in the lobby “no Jews allowed”.

          • The Chosen People are forever retailing these stories but they are always hearsay. I remain totally skeptical. Not that there wasn’t anti-semitism, but that the examples were as brazen as that. I seriously doubt it, despite (or perhaps because of) all the stories.

        • SentryattheGate

          As usual, Bossman doesn’t know what he’s talking about!

          • Bossman

            Before the Hispanics came Miami was a part time city which would shut down during the summer months.

          • listenupbub

            Have you been to Miami? Watch this, a british guy talking about how much he does not like it

            https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-iGWulZf3N8

      • ZB01

        No Bossman, white Americans “built” south Florida—and the rest of the United States. They were White…White.

        • Samuel Hathaway

          Yes, they were White.. white, white, white…even the Spaniards who came to explore were White. In Georgia History we learned that the first white European to set foot on modern Georgia soil was Hernando De Soto in 1540 not a mestizo, not a Reconquistador….White.

          • Hilis Hatki

            four known writings of the expedition of the adelantado Hernando de Soto. One is among the greatest literary adventure classics ever, the most fascinating of all glimpses of the meeting of two worlds. Iam rereading it so Iam revved up.

          • Samuel Hathaway

            All the European explorers had a great story to tell. Hernando Cortez was one of the greatest, IMO. And you can’t forget the Pilgrims and the Mayflower or Sir Frances Drake of England and that famous showdown with the Spanish Armada.

          • Bossman

            Can these books be purchased online? I also want to read about Cabeza de Vaca travels across the South West.

          • Hilis Hatki

            yes, i got “The De Soto Chroncles” from Amazon, paperback. it can be a little pricey , look for a deal.

          • Bossman

            Thanks for that info.

          • Bossman

            I haven’t checked yet to see who Hernando De Soto got married to but as soon as Cortez landed in Mexico, he married a native woman and as soon as Pizarro landed in Peru, he too married a native woman.

          • Hilis Hatki

            De Soto married Dona Isabel de Bobadilla in Spain. She was left acting Governor of Cuba when he left for Florida.

      • Hilis Hatki

        Most of Florida was considered the ghetto by the rest of southeastern Indians.

    • Hammerheart

      An unforgiving and accurate description of my own backyard. Just wait until Prop 47 kicks into gear.

      Many of these immigrants are double dippers. Cooking for profit in their own backyard, working constriction, drug muling, all under the table while taking advantage of CA’s too generous benefits. I’d report all these businesses I’d come across, but no one cares. If you’re still foolish enough to pay taxes in CA I suggest coming up with an exit strategy.

      Let these peasants starve and thirst as the desert proves to be inhospitable without white tax dollars and infrastructure.

      • SentryattheGate

        California has ~ 1/3rd of all US states’ welfare combined! No wonder it’s bankrupt! I’d hate to lose California; it’s so beautiful! The good, responsible people of the state tried to save it from the illegal invasion with Proposition 187, but one judge struck it down! Maybe that’s why northern CA wants to split off and secede?

        • Hammerheart

          Howdy friend.

          I’ve gotten used to the latest developments. It seems like no matter what we do, Plan A is war, Plan B is war, and Plan C is war. I guess it’s just in our nature.

          Northern CA is much, much different from the southern portion of the state and the central valley, not only in geography but in culture as well. It would make sense for the state to secede on a spiritual level but the problem is many people up north are very destitute due to the insane taxation and cost of goods and services required to keep the illegals down south fat and happy. North CA does have a few proponents for secession in Silicon Valley but that area is still insanely liberal and you have to mark off Sacramento and San Fran. as decent places to live due to the liberal insanity that has manifested there and turned those cities into tombs of decadence and crime.

          Yep, Prop 47 is going to law abiding citizens and law enforcement officials particularly unhappy, but the powers that be need to get those felons voting for legal passage for their cousins by making their offenses misdemeanors somehow.

      • Mangosteen, $1000 chair

        Oh that’s so horrible…I always wanted to see California but guess we’ll never make it out there. Maybe that’s a good thing.

        • Parts of Calif are still beautiful, but the state as a whole needs to have 30 million people or so removed permanently.

          • Yancy Derringer

            Southern California… You can’t but shake your head over it and wonder what madness permitted its decline. And what do our reps in Washington do? They stomp on the immigration accelerator, granting a massive amnesty, guaranteeing full-spectrum benefits and welfare, while leaving our borders less protected than ever.

          • SentryattheGate

            Well, lots of Californians have been leaving, more than have been settling there; first time in history. But the ones leaving have mostly been the responsible, productive ones tired of the high taxation!

  • connorhus

    On the contrary my ancestors knew N.America was here and had used it off and on for thousands of years following ice sheets and using boats long before any Hispanics made the trip North.

    The White population maybe in decline thanks to Feminism but all that means is White influence may ebb a bit once again. This continent has always been a part of the White world and always will be because the minorities simply cannot live here without our help. When Whites decline so will the rest.

    • Jason Lewis

      That graph isnt very optimistic.

      • connorhus

        Hispanics are only here because of the infrastructure Whites built and the taxes levied to take care of em. We are already seeing that infrastructure beginning to fail and it will continue to slide with taxes soon to follow. They couldn’t make Texas and California work for them before we showed up and they won’t be able to keep it after Whites become a minority. That’s assuming it even get’s that far and I don’t think it will. We had several towns that were filled with Hispanics because of dirty factory jobs (think turkey processing etc.) and when those factories closed the Hispanics were gone. They are basically parasites and must move when the host dies.

        • Jason Lewis

          I’ve gotta disagree with them leaving. Even with the broken down buildings and infrastructures with no jobs it’s better than where they came from. What about the many children they produced while here? They’re not going home. The flow may slow when word gets south that it sucks here.

          • connorhus

            You ever seen a Mexican face a Winter above about the 35th parallel without heating assistance? They will leave, it certainly won’t be as fast as either one of us want them too but they will leave. California and the Southwest may take a bit longer but they already had that once without White infrastructure and they had all but abandoned it then. Hispanics are only a threat when they are subsidized by Whites. Same with Blacks really. Once White numbers decline enough theirs will plummet.

            As a matter of fact after the 2008 crisis many Hispanics did in fact go back South but they returned under Democrat recruitment as they swallowed the recovery line.

          • Which is the essence of the overall plan: convert the USA to a third-world hellhole. Easier to preside over the masses that way.

  • Chip Carver

    The dream of the people in charge, like the devil who runs Starbucks, is to replace the entire White population with mestizos and amerindians because they post no real threat in terms of revolution, meaning a revolution that could knock the powers that be from their current roost. The usual suspects have overreached, as always. The US will collapse, and then there will be hell to pay. Good.

    • Reynardine

      I don’t think so. Amerindians and mestizos have quite a few revolutions under their belts… more than we do, at any rate. Generally our leaders are short-sighted and cannot think beyond the next election or the next quarterly earnings.

      • Bossman

        Could you expand on that statement a little bit. Those countries to the South modeled their revolutions after the American Revolution.

    • listenupbub

      Or they might just believe in multiculturalism, and hate white, traditional, European culture…

  • LHathaway

    This video does show the whole picture. Let’s see Mexico included in this map too. Then I’m sure the map will begin to seem a lot more clearer.

  • David Ashton

    In England we now have an office to settle in Latin American families who migrated illegally into Spain in order to move on illegally into England. The Waves rule Britannia.

    • newscomments70

      Enjoy being tailgated and rear-ended by them on the M1. They have no insurance and will simply drive away. For a white person, hit and run is a serious crime. Our liberal courts don’t care if hispanics do it though….neither will yours.

      • RedOnTheHead

        I can’t wait for the Asian wave to move into my town. It’s the only thing that motivates the Mexicans and blacks to buy auto insurance.

        • newscomments70

          East Asians don’t have as high criminal element, but their driving can be horrifying. Even “Family Guy” satirized the Asian woman who makes several lane changes at whim.

      • Guest

        I was driving down Pico in LA a few months ago and a Mexican in a beater (ahem) car slammed into a person pulling out of Taco Bell. He ran the hell out of his car and left it there. No doubt illegal, no insurance, etc.

        • newscomments70

          I used to live on Pico. I saw and heard many strange occurrences such as that.

          • Spaniard in LA

            Have you ever driven by MacArther park?

          • newscomments70

            I probably have, but I did not notice. I did not live in that part of the city. In DTLA area, I am most familiar with Chinatown. I used to go there for acupuncture, and amazing food. Strange combination. For the record, I generally enjoyed being in LA (minus the noise, stress and crime).

          • Spaniard in LA

            I drove through there a couple of times and I must say it looks like Central America. It’s mostly populated with Salvadorians and Hondurans. People actually stand on the corner and sell fake IDs and social security cards.

          • newscomments70

            I used to go there fairly often. Driving is homicidal, so I take the train now. You’re right, it is a Central American, third world community. There are some nice folks there and interesting activities, but the Che Guevara posters and gang activity is horrifying. It is noticeably safer than the shrinking black neighborhoods. You could not pay me to go into those places. I always had good luck on the metrolink, and red line. I was told to stay off of the blue line. Union Station isn’t bad, but I am suspicious of black homeless lurking about, panhandling. (Homeless of all colors are dangerous).

        • You knew Phoenix had ‘tipped’ the day a morning rush-hour backup was caused by a collision between two of them–both of whom ran off leaving their uninsured heaps in the middle of an intersection.

          • Susannah

            As a former auto insurance investigator, I am not surprised in the least. Fleeing on foot from an accident is to illegal Hispanics what rape of the elderly is to blacks. And they are incredibly reckless drivers in general. You really take your life into your hands when you are out on the road in an area with many illegals.

          • Spaniard in LA

            Just look at how they drive in Tijuana. They drive like a bunch of wild animals.

      • Mangosteen, $1000 chair

        Yep. In the DC area one was stinking drunk at 10am, hit and killed someone then tried to flee on foot dragging his toddler along. I don’t know what ever happened in that case, or the carload of nuns that got hit and 3 or 4 killed by another illegal drunk driver.

  • Bossman

    If Latin American immigration is surging when compared to white immigration from Europe, it is because U.S. immigration policy has made it too difficult for Europeans to come here legally. The USA government is creating the conditions for the demise of American culture.

    • John Smith

      Intentionally so.

    • antiquesunlight

      When did you start saying stuff that makes sense?

      • SentryattheGate

        Not yet! He hasn’t.

      • BlueSonicStreak

        Seriously, it was like he was lucid for a second there.

      • Bossman

        I always make sense. I’m sorry that you are unable to understand some of my posts.

        • listenupbub

          Your posts have one or two smart-alecky sentences, which are open to many types of interpretations as to what you are really getting at. It can be hard to understand.

        • brior

          And arrogant too.

  • John Smith

    Montana and WV really are God’s Country.

    • Mangosteen, $1000 chair

      Shhhh, don’t tell anyone about WV! Thank god my fam is from the really really poor part where nobody ever wants to go, and if you do go there, everyone asks you straight up who you are and why you’re there. IDK about Montana but WV has a really bad drug problem. Yet, you almost never hear about murders or any serious crime, and everyone knows everyone else and their business so you know who to avoid. It’s super cold though and I HATE cold and snow.

      • John Smith

        Even the scummiest of white demographics is far more peaceful than blacks. Neither WV or E. KY have high rates of violent crime, despite the poverty and drugs. What they do have is property crime.

  • listenupbub

    I’m not too happy about the browning of our people, and I want to cut immigration to nil. But I do like Mexican immigration a bit more than blacks, and even Asians.

    Mexicans cannot bring MS-13 to places where the police cracks down. That happened in my area, because the corrupt blacks in local guv’ment actually hated them. Talk about a silver lining…

    • Yancy Derringer

      We need to apply the RICO statutes to gang crime as much as possible, and plan for it accordingly by building new and efficient prisons.

      • listenupbub

        Ya’know what’s really efficient? Guillotines

        • Spaniard in LA

          I heard MS13 has its own FBI task force dedicated to it. I actually know a little bit about the origins of MS13. It was created due to Reagan accepting refugees from El Salvador.

  • Americaandthewestshouldbewhite

    Happy St. patty’s Day. I guess in a few years, we may not be allwoed to celbrate it when the country become majority non white. I guess maybe a mooooslem holiday will be instituted.

  • dd121

    Say goodbye to the late, great USA.

  • Americaandthewestshouldbewhite

    Bossman must be a neo conservative semite. He always supports the other side.

  • Americaandthewestshouldbewhite

    57m Latinos in America today. So how many of them are anchor babies and illegals all of which can be made deportable and sent back?

  • KenelmDigby

    The Economist magazine is viciously, rabidly anti-White.
    Every pronouncement from that disgusting publication regarding ‘immigration’ must be seen in that light.

    • I used to subscribe but cancelled it when they came out entirely for Obama in the ’12 election. I can’t see how anyone interested in the economy can like Gov’t takeover of the private sector and Quantitative Easing or the massive printing of unsupported paper currency.

      They just did an issue discussing the pros & ills of immigration but I didn’t look at it. Let me guess: white soon-to-be-extinct Rednecks oppose Mexican immigration while youthful, smart business people see them as empowering our nation and colonizing the Main Asteroid Belt in the 21st?

  • Light from the East

    It looks like the USA will turn into Brazil in just 50 years.

    • IstvanIN

      Heck, a lot less than 50.

      • listenupbub

        20.

  • JohnEngelman

    During the turn of the last century European immigrants had the same average IQ as the white majority. Oriental and Jewish immigrants had higher averages. Hispanics have lower averages. That is an important difference between the present surge and the previous surge. Another important difference is that the population density in the U.S. has gotten higher. We do not have room for those people. We do not have any real use for them.

  • Bossman

    What is your point? This continent is called America and the descendants of the first inhabitants of this continent are still here.

  • Michael Robert Ryan

    Proportionally, this is actually probably true, and that’s probably what they were talking about. I know that a higher percentage of American Indians did serve in Vietnam than of any other race (even though the blacks were the ones always whining about being disproportionately affected) and It would stand to reason that that’s true for the military’s entire history.

  • Hilis Hatki

    Wiki??? Well it must be the complete and only truth. “…the pretense of your statement here.” which is? you use alot of words and statements that I did not.”This is a myth.” What is? You are flailing away at me and Iam not sure where you want to hit. Iam just a country boy so Iam not the smartest or the best speller in class. “not intending to remain” oh really ?? then why all the discord in the expedition and what was “the secret”.
    when reaching a Spannish settlement in Mexico why did the survivors of the expedition start attacking each other?

    • Hilis Hatki

      My edits are not taking added to my post above..

      Most of the events are only scratched at the surface by the statements you wrote. However in one statement you walked over the entrance to great treasures.
      What is happening to this country disgusts me. Who did the Indians the greatest wrongs? other Indians. Who is doing whites the greatest wrongs?….. envelope please….

  • Hilis Hatki

    “fine white cloth” Mulberry silk maybe, cloth would have been just a close word to describe what they saw. Cottonwood maybe.

  • Mark Hillyard

    “8 When the Most High gave to the nations their inheritance,
    when he divided mankind,
    he fixed the bordersa of the peoples
    according to the number of the sons of God.b
    9 But the LORD’s portion is his people,
    Jacob his allotted heritage.” Deuteronomy

    Israel was destined to become Christian and the “top of the Mountains” (nations) Gen 48 & 49

    “Yet the number of the children of Israel shall be as the sand of the sea, which cannot be measured nor numbered; and it shall come to pass, that in the place where it was said unto them, Ye are not my people, there it shall be said unto them, Ye are the sons of the living God.” Hosea 1:10 The term “sons of the living God” is reserved for Christian Israel and no other nations[s]. The Jews have rejected the Messiah and therefore are not included as “sons of the LIving God.”
    This will not be preached from most pulpits as most of them either don’t know what they are talking about or, maybe, are to afraid to discuss this. Also it is stated by Paul and the prophets that “Blindness in part is happened to Israel.”
    Admittedly it takes some study and a lot of (un)learning to understand this but the day is coming when this blindness will be lifted.

  • Germanicus

    Wow–Idaho, Montana, Nebraska, and Oklahoma are border states (for now). What are they doing right?

  • Dragblacker

    “This might be one of the reasons for the large cultural difference in
    why Latin America is so unstable compared to North America today”

    I might also suggest that part of the “Arab character” rubbed off on the Spaniards after 700 years of Moorish rule, and that in turn infused itself in Latin America after colonization. In his book Tragedy and Hope, Carrol Quigley wrote a section called “The Pakistani-Peruvian Axis” that explains how the cultures of the Middle East to Latin America are related, one reason being the “Arabic outlook” on life.