American’t: From Midterms to End Times

SellwynThumbby Selwyn Duke11/20/18
Truly great disasters come like a thief in the night. How many foresaw Rome’s sacking in 410 A.D., her collapse 66 years later, WWI or WWII? As for today, how many see that the United States is at what some call a tipping point, what others may call a Fourth Turning? Whatever you call it, the American republic is in its last days. This is too scary for many to contemplate, but there’s something far scarier: playing ostrich and not being prepared for things to come.

The so-called Left, ever violent since its French Revolution birth and as power hungry as ever, wholly controls the culture: the media, mainstream and social; academia; and entertainment. This means it controls long-term politics, since the latter is downstream of culture. So is big business, mind you, which is why the Left controls most of it as well; this, of course, translates into funding.

Trump’s 2016 victory will not MAGA; it was merely a stay of execution, a prolonging of the inevitable. This should have been obvious in a country that could elect Barack Obama and then, like the Titanic having backed up to hit the iceberg again, re-elect him. If it wasn’t, it should be obvious now that the Democrats have seized the House in a Watergate-level rout.

The notion that this was a standard result for a president’s first midterm is only comforting when viewing matters in relative terms; that is, the “‘political spectrum’ always has a right and left side no matter how far ‘left’ that spectrum moves.”

The problem? Civilizational ebbs and flows (and collapses) are governed by absolutes, such as right and wrong; not relative qualities, such as right and left. Thinking otherwise is like supposing your transition from stage-one to stage-four cancer as a 70-year-old is like when you went from a bruised arm to a broken one as a 12-year-old because, well, both involve movement toward diminished states of health.

But this isn’t your grandfather’s Democrat Party. Voters this time empowered socialistic to socialist to closet-communist, sexual devolutionary, rabble-rousing, low-I.Q., no-virtue, ignorant freaks who often encourage political violence by their Antifa-Brownshirt useful idiots. So it’s not your great-grandfather’s America, either.

Digging into the electoral numbers also tells a tale. Ninety percent of blacks, 79 percent of Jews, 77 percent of Asians, 69 percent of Hispanics and 59 percent of women voted Democrat — same as usual. Can we stop now with talk about “Blexit,” the “Walkaway” movement, how “Hispanics are natural conservatives,” how Jews are waking up to the Left’s anti-Semitism and all the other connedservative self-delusion? People vote in accordance with their emotional and philosophical foundations, and “You cannot reason a man out of a position he has not reasoned himself into,” as Jonathan Swift put it. Fooling oneself doesn’t help.

The voters are only getting worse, too, for three basic reasons: immigration, indoctrination and moral corruption. Let’s consider the first.

Demography is Destiny

Ever since the nation-rending Immigration and Nationality Act of 1965 took effect in ’68, 85 to 90 percent of our immigrants have been Third Worlders, and 70 to 90 percent of them support Democrats upon naturalization.

This has caused a historic demographic shift (and attendant electoral one) that has seen our nation go from 85-plus percent white in 1965 to only 61 percent non-Hispanic white today. Let’s define further the political impact, using conservative figures.

We absorb approximately 1.3 million legal immigrants annually. If one million ultimately remain and are naturalized and 50 percent vote, and 80 percent of that group breaks Democrat, it means a net plus for Democrats of 300,000 voters every year and three million every decade.

The latter was Hillary Clinton’s purported 2016 popular-vote advantage.

This also translates into 15 million new Democrat voters after half a century, which was as much as Barack Obama’s 2008 and 2012 popular-vote margins combined. Of course, illegal migration and resultant amnesties would only increase these numbers, but are wholly unnecessary to effect this cultural and electoral annihilation. But not all un-American mentalities are imported.

We Can’t MAGA Unless We MAMA

“The philosophy of the schoolroom in one generation will be the philosophy of government in the next,” the apocryphal saying goes. Today’s brainwashing not just by academia but also media and entertainment is intense. Moreover, we can’t MAGA unless we MAMA — Make America Moral Again. As Ben Franklin put it, “Only a virtuous people are capable of freedom. As nations become corrupt and vicious, they have more need of masters.” Yet academia, media and, especially, entertainment subject each generation to an ever intensifying demoralization process.

So now let’s crunch some more numbers. Between Trump’s 2016 victory and Election Day 2020, more than 10 million Americans will have died; mostly older, they’re a relatively conservative voting demographic. They will more or less be replaced, however, by approximately 16 million young people who’ll turn 18 during those years. Unlike their elders, though, they’ll disproportionately cast ballots for hardcore statists.

Given this ongoing immigration and indoctrination-enabled electoral-degradation process, is it now clearer why Republicans have lost the popular vote in six of the last seven presidential contests?

Note that during our entire pre-2000 history, Republican candidates won the presidency while losing the popular vote only twice. Now it has happened twice since 2000 alone, with the GOP capturing the popular vote in just one of its three victories (G.W. Bush, 2004). How long can we continue losing it while winning the Electoral College? We can’t pull inside straights forever.

Moreover, the cards won’t be there at all once Texas turns blue, and the warning signs are already evident. Rationalize all you want, but leftist nuts Andrew “Cracker State” Gillum, Irish Bob the Phony Mexican (O’Rourke) and Stacey “Suin’ Sore Loser” Abrams came close to winning in, respectively, Florida, Texas(!) and Georgia(!); Taliban bubblehead Kyrsten Sinema did win in Arizona. We’re further down the rabbit hole than you think, Alice.

Leftists are already talking about 2020, too, with a lineup resembling the bar scene in Star Wars (hat tip: Pat Buchanan). But the details don’t matter. Whatever the Democrat presidential ticket, it’ll be a ticket to Hell.

Not only is society drifting ever further from Truth (“leftwards”) for the aforementioned reasons, but consider the Democrats’ delusional perspective. Projecting, many of them have convinced themselves we’re Nazis, fascists, bigots and un-American, evil haters who have undermined the rule of law, created a constitutional crisis and who represent a clear and present danger to the republic — we’re “deplorables.” Believing this, wouldn’t you suppose these were desperate times that called for desperate measures?

When the Democrats seize the presidency and both legislative chambers — which they eventually will — they’ll have a justification for behaving as tyrannically as they fancy we have. They’ll see it as simply responding in kind to a precedent we set. You’ll have Antifa in power.

The more “conservative” Supreme Court won’t save us, either. With their power-lust and ends-justify-the-means mentality, the Left will discover that judicial supremacy isn’t in the Constitution (which it isn’t. Leftists also may just pack the SCOTUS and eliminate “uncooperative” lower courts). Unlike connedservatives, though, they’d actually act upon their epiphany and ignore inconvenient court rulings.

So these are our interesting times. If you’re now ready to split a vein or run for the Zoloft, hold on. There’s some good news here, too — if you want to call it that.

There no longer is an “American people”; there are peoples living in America. We’re balkanized not just racially, ethnically and religiously, but also ideologically, sexually and philosophically; we speak different languages, literally and figuratively. With open talk of open-borders socialism on one side and nationalism on the other, the Overton window is now so wide that each end occupies a different time zone. Frankly, many of us hate each other. If our union were a marriage, we’d have divorced long ago.

And I believe this will likely be the U.S.’s fate: dissolution. It may be precipitated by a calamity such as a severe economic collapse. If the federal government is then unable to meet its obligations (e.g., Social Security payments), the union-binding carrot will be gone. If the feds also seek to impose a tyrannical will, certain states may nullify their dictates, creating a further rift. One thing could then lead to another and….

Regardless, with the Left hurling fightin’ words (Nazi, etc.), fomenting unrest and attacking and bullying conservatives, the Cold Civil War is already afoot. Will it go hot? If so, when? For sure is that if the Left keeps pushing, it eventually will get pushback.

Of course, should this happen, we’d likely be vulnerable to enemies such as China. It all makes for a very unsure, but not uninteresting, future.

Yet if the republic does fall and dissolve, maybe, just perhaps, one of the resulting countries can be that shining city on a hill. But remember: It will be up to us to forge it, ever bearing in mind that we can’t MAGA unless we MAMA. This means instilling in ourselves virtue — including that of courage. For whatever terrors, traumas and tribulations lie ahead, we’ll need a lot of it for things to come.

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9 Responses to American’t: From Midterms to End Times

  1. Timothy Lane says:

    Frightening. The most frightening part is that this isn’t even news. As far back as the election of the Black God, my comment (from Allen Drury) was “Wear a crepe of mourning for a civilization that held the promise of joy.” I’ve never given up because I can’t bring myself to do so, but I’ve been long-term pessimistic for a long time.

    We aren’t in a hot civil war yet, but neither are we in a cold one. Given the antics of Antifa and other obamathugs, and occasionally the tiny alt-right, we’re now in the sort of warm civil war that afflicted Spain in 1936. And we know where that led.

  2. Kung Fu Zu Kung Fu Zu says:

    I don’t know that the decline of America was so hard to foresee. One of the reasons I moved overseas in the middle/late 1970s was that I saw that the pre-Baby Boomers and Baby-Boomers, born from about 1940-1950, were a completely useless bunch and were bound to take the country down when they got into power which, biology being what it is, was inevitable. All one had to do was watch how things developed through the 1960s and early 1970s.

    Given the fact that the country has come to this point, there is no good alternative.

    • Gvillewill says:

      It started before that. The so called “Greatest Generation” came back and immediately started voting themselves largess from the treasury.
      We have been heading down this road at least since 1913 with the ratification of the 16th and 17th amendments.

  3. Kung Fu Zu Kung Fu Zu says:

    Here is a good video with Bill O’Reilly which lays out some good information on which organizations are financing the “Caravan” which has made its way through Central America to the USA border.

    As O’Reilly points out, no major news organization, including Fox, will touch this although it is easy to find out.

  4. Kung Fu Zu Kung Fu Zu says:

    Ninety percent of blacks, 79 percent of Jews, 77 percent of Asians, 69 percent of Hispanics and 59 percent of women voted Democrat — same as usual. Can we stop now with talk about “Blexit,” the “Walkaway” movement, how “Hispanics are natural conservatives,” how Jews are waking up to the Left’s anti-Semitism and all the other connedservative self-delusion? People vote in accordance with their emotional and philosophical foundations, and “You cannot reason a man out of a position he has not reasoned himself into,” as Jonathan Swift put it. Fooling oneself doesn’t help.

    We should stop all the rationalizations. What has happened is the left has planned and carried out a racial overhaul of the USA in order to bring down Anglo-Saxon/American (White) culture. A coalition of “minorities” has been formed to attack whites in general, but white males in particular. The left is openly attacking “whites” as never before. Turn on your TVs or read the news on the internet. Just tonight PBS had some program about the danger of “White Nationalists” and CBS’s program “FBI” had an episode about some “White Nationalist” family who kidnapped some obviously Russian Jewish scientist for some hare-brained reason.

    All of this is happening because the left see the fruition of their goals upon the horizon.

    I am merely stating facts.

    • Timothy Lane says:

      It appears that GOP strength among black and Hispanics is generally increasing (except for Florida Cubans, since the older anti-Communists are dying and being gradually replaced by young voters mostly educated in public schools). But very likely it’s growing too slowly to make up for the increasing numbers. I haven’t seen any figures on Asians, though they usually to vote Republican a lot. But this seems to be a result of different cultures. And, of course, young voters who, liked the Cubans, have been propagandized in public schools.

      Being taught that you’re a victim is even more seductive than being taught that you’re entitled to “free stuff”.

  5. Selwyn — an amazing article. You had the courage to write about the accumulative damage that has been done and face the near impossibility of rectifying any of it.

    I’ve seen this developing for 40 years in the education field, and now we not only have robotic, thoughtless students, but their teachers have all been trained that way as well. Therefore, changing policy at the top will have little effect.

    We have also lost our independence as states because the federal government has sucked up all the power, and, as you mentioned, the electoral vote is carrying way too much of the weight. We can tell that because at the state level we elected way too many Democrats.

    It’s devastating to see this happening and be so powerless to do anything about it. But that’s not quite true. You are right about MAMA — the Ten Commandments has, since Moses, been the bedrock of human society. And it begins with loving God. Everything follows from that and changing that is an individual choice. Meanwhile we pray and we write and we hope — against hope, but God saved Jerusalem from the Assyrians and things looked even more dire. We’ll see.

    • Kung Fu Zu Kung Fu Zu says:

      I’ve seen this developing for 40 years in the education field, and now we not only have robotic, thoughtless students, but their teachers have all been trained that way as well. Therefore, changing policy at the top will have little effect.

      You touch upon a point which has concerned me some time now. Even if we had our “Road to Damascus” moment today and wanted to improve the state of education, where would we find the teachers to educate our children? We have had at least 40 years of mis-education in this country, thus basically have only people who are in ways functional illiterates to act as educators. Could we fill the teaching ranks with people in their mid-sixties to take up the slack? I doubt it.

    • Timothy Lane says:

      A frightening assessment, but I fear an accurate one. But this would explain why so many teachers are so dedicated to their corrupt unions. No such teacher can really care about educating the students, as used to be the case. Of course, I was last in a regular public school in the third grade. After that, I spent 2 years at a Catholic school, one at a more-or-less public school in Greece, 2 at a public school on an army base, and 3 at a private school. (I also effectively skipped the 7th grade due to my age, a reflection of the vagaries of Texas law.)

      The answer would be taking over the education schools and then waiting for good teachers to percolate through the system. Even if we were able to take them over (the implication of infiltrating in the manner of Fabian socialism is making sure the other side can’t do so), I doubt I’d live to see it work.

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