WHITE BOY UNDER THE BUS
Let’s talk about the Mexican Reconquista of our southwestern states. But of course before I begin I’ll once again, for the benefit the new minions, state that I have nothing against Mexicans or Mexican-Americans ( who, because I can’t get the census bureau to include my race of Northern European-Americans, I just refer to as either immigrants or Americans ). Out of four wives, two were Mexican. In the eyes of Hitler Youth this makes me a traitor to the White Race, and hence it would be kind of silly to call me a racist. I also availed myself to the services of South Korean prostitutes ( who, if you’ve ever seen pictures of the hookers working the Nevada legal brothels, are much prettier than American whores ) so any way you cut it I won’t be making any guest appearances at the American Nazi Party rallies. Even though other folks make a big deal about the differences between Catholics and Protestants, in my experience Mexicans have a much better work ethic than White Protestants ( with much better family values ), and I don’t know where the myth of lazy welfare Mexicans comes from. Perhaps in places like L.A. where all races living in ghettos are on welfare and engage in crime. Plus, if you look at different ethnic foods, the Mexicans have most others beat to hell. Blacks eat boiled weeds and pig intestines. Asians eat those white maggots ( rice ) with every nasty vegetable to ever disgrace the table of mankind. And Italians? How much pasta can you eat in one lifetime? And those nasty sauces? Blaach. But a tamale, oh sweet Baby Jesus in Heaven- a tamale is a spicy greasy food from the gods. It almost makes me more religious.
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I was reading the latest book by Kaplan, The Revenge Of Geography, which while full of interesting information failed to impress me ( it was too focused on politics over geography. If you want a better treatise on the future based on weather and resources, read The Tropic Of Chaos ). He really gave short shift to the future of Mexico and the US, taking the cope out of “ assuring Mexico’s future economically while help the stability of the border and hence the US”. He ignored both the current drought ( the book was just released a few weeks ago ) and the decline of oil in the country and only paid attention to past economic injustices. Despite all of Kaplan’s education and experience, I think he suffers from blinders of geopolitics and ignores a lot of important issues. If you don’t take into consideration the decline of oil revenue, the decline of available domestic energy, the increase in corn prices and decrease in the US exports of corn, plus the drought in the north ( which I think has a lot more to do with its crime wave than Kaplan’s “mountain areas always harbor bandits and political malcontents” ), you end up with the wrong problem and the wrong question.
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Kaplan wonders why our leaders ignore the Mexican question and focus on Iraq, since what happens in Mexico impacts us harder and quicker. Who says they ignore Mexico? Mexico is a great conduit for drugs and future workers, both of which make money for our financial elite. They like border instability. Which is why nothing changes down there. But this not only causes future problems for its inhabitants ( if they are White ), it is already having an impact as both sides of the border are already a continuing low intensity conflict. I won’t try to give any details, not having boots on the ground, but I’d wager the crime wave makes the 70’s New York City problems look tame in comparison. If you live in the border area, don’t think things will improve. The decline is already here, in spades, and things are only going to get worse. And what do the elite care? At worse, after continuing massive failures ( which they profit off of ), the whole place looks like New Mexico ( majority Mexican, and a toilet of an economy ). They don’t care. To them, it is just another desert squalor community to ignore like the Indian reservations after they’ve been left in a puddle of radioactive mud that soon dries up. To the East coast elite, the west doesn’t matter after the minerals are mined out. Worthless land they can ignore.
If you are white, you are going to be a casualty of the Reconquista, either through increased crime or economic meltdown, or both. Mexico might have its victory taking back the land, through outbreeding Whitey, but most likely it will be a Pyrrhic victory as they get to have back an economic wasteland. The territory might or might not stay in the hands of the US ( my guess is, not ), but either way you are going to be a minority white face in a sea of brown, and in a declining water availability situation, I would be really worried if I were you. Already, the job situation has shifted, if you need a taste of the future. Even in Latino minority areas, immigrants have gone from taking the crap jobs to caretaking the better ones for their race. I’m not assigning blame, since your tribe is your tribe, after all. But as more and more Mexicans move up from monkey labor into management, their family and friends, even their family to be imported, are given job preference. Whitey is already being quietly pushed out as quickly as possible. It will only get worse as the economy deteriorates.
A quick note of interest. I always hear the Rawles phrase “beans, bullets and band-aids” shortened to just “beans and bullets”. It might interest you to know that the same phrase, “Frijoles Y Fusiles”, was the title of the program by the Guatemalan government in the 80’s to eradicate the insurgents. Which was basically a copy of our “we had to destroy the village to save it” from Vietnam. Just a fun filled fact for you.
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