Tag Archives: Balkanization
Experts: Coming Demographic Shift Will Strengthen US Culture, Voice of America
Charles Murray is now on the diversity bandwagon.
The American Southwest will become an outpost of Mexico.
Metric Interstate Divides Arizonans, New York Times
Because I-19 isn’t in Mexico; it’s in America.
The New American Tribalism, WorldNetDaily
The tribalism of America’s Left will leave the country hopeless.
What can a white woman know about beauty and fashion for black women?
An America Without Americans, AR Classic Article
A remarkable new study of the prospects for the American nation.
Aloha Segregation, National Review
Congress wants to recognize native Hawaiian sovereignty.
What’s wrong with Whitopia?
Black-White Conflict Isn’t Society’s Largest, Pew Research Center
Conflict between immigrants and native-born is worse.
Partition next year?
Akaka’s Sovereignty Fight Garners Obama’s Backing, Washington Times
Obama supports the balkanization of his home state.
As if Things Weren’t Bad Enough, Russian Professor Predicts End of US, Wall Street Journal
“There’s a 55-45% chance right now that disintegration will occur” in 2010.
Solis’ House Seat Draws Interest of Prominent Politicians, Los Angeles Times
The balkanization of California continues.
Orange County’s Vietnamese American Political Scene Comes of Age, Los Angeles Times
You can’t be a successful candidate in Orange County without the Vietnamese vote.
America expert predicts partition into six areas.
The Proposed Akaka Bill Gets a Boost from 2008 Elections, Hawaii Reporter
De facto Hawaiian independence as soon as next year?
Untied States, American Conservative
Secession: An idea whose time has finally come?
Wealth Gap Creating a Social Time Bomb, The Guardian (Manchester)
UN worries about racial inequality in US.
We Need a Black Google, Los Angeles Times
Google gives results that interest only whites.
Bill Clinton discovers that Americans prefer to live among people they agree with.
New Chinatown Grows in Far East San Gabriel Valley, Los Angeles Times
Large parts of California have more in common with Taipei, Beijing or Shanghai.
African Immigrants, Black Americans at Odds, Roanoke Times
Blacks in Roanoke don’t like their Somali Bantu refugee neighbors.
“He’s not black, and he can’t represent me. That’s the bottom line.”
Hawaiian Agency Creating Government, Honolulu Advertiser
Building a “nation” in Hawaii.
Is Belgium Breaking Up?, buchanan.org
Ethnic and racial conflict are replacing the conflict of ideologies.
High School Bans American Flag, NBC17.com (Raleigh-Durham)
Administrators at North Carolina school view all flags—even Old Glory—as “disruptive.”
Akaka Bill could serve as precedent for all groups with “ancestral grievances.”
Half of immigrants prefer media that caters to them, rather than the general public.
Black Army Recruits Down 41 Percent Since 2000, Daily Press (Hampton Roads, Va.)
Blacks apparently don’t support the white man’s war.
Comcast Cable Channel Targets Asian Viewers, Hollywood Reporter
The channel’s programming will be geared entirely towards Asians.
Rome fell because of ethnic conflict. Will the EU meet the same fate?
Board to Consider ‘African-Centered’ School, Philadelphia Inquirer
Black educator wants to start a school founded on the principles of Kwanzaa.
Muslim Youth Forge Own Path In America, Chicago Tribune
Children of Muslim immigrants are less inclined than their parents to assimilate.
New TV channel caters to American-born Muslims.
A Race-Based Drift?, Washington Times
New bill would give Hawaiian Polynesians self-determination.
Who Are We?, The American Conservative
Mr. Huntington’s book refutes every argument used to dismantle America.
Lack Of Interpreter Helps Immigrant Secure New Trial, Houston Chronicle
Mexican immigrant convicted of sexual assault will get new trial.
New Bank Aims To Tap Hispanic Business Market, AP, Tucson Citizen
Bank for Hispanics to open in Phoenix.
A New Parade For Old Glory, Jim Herron Zamora, San Francisco Chronicle
California Fourth of July parade features flags of Mexico, China, Qatar, and Pakistan.
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