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You Could Have Had A Better Future

Let us imagine what could have happened with a Republican majority in the House and Senate. With the White House leading the way, the Republicans could have mobilized to repeal or replace several acts that are utterly destroying the Republican party through demographic replacement of its voters with third world people who always vote for strongmen who promise free stuff:

  • Civil Rights. Civil Rights is a replacement for Constitutional rights (see more), which hold that government cannot obstruct an individual from doing certain things. Following the Civil Rights Act of 1866, which was passed over President Andrew Johnson’s veto, the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and Civil Rights Act of 1991 changed government into a provider of Civil Rights, or the enforcement of equality requirements on private companies and individuals. These rules mean that members of minority groups get first choice in hiring, buying, and legal cases because people involved are afraid of being adjudicated as having violated their civil rights.
  • The Hart-Celler Act. The 1965 Immigration and Nationality Act changed our immigration preferences from favoring Europeans to nearly exclusively importing third world people. Every year that this act stands, more people who will permanently vote Leftist come into the United States.
  • Separate But Equal. If Congress were to make a law contradicting Brown v. Board of Education (1954), schools would no longer be legally obligated to engage in forced busing, and would service local areas, meaning that people who lived in ethnic communities would go to schools with others like them.
  • Hiring of Illegals. The Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986 allowed social security cards, which do not have photos and are easily faked, to serve as proof of employment.
  • Refugees. The The Refugee Act of 1980 enabled any refugee facing discrimination against his or her civil rights to apply in the United States for asylum, guaranteeing a flood of people from unstable third world countries embroiled in civil war.
  • Hate Crimes. Starting with the Civil Rights Act of 1968, it became illegal for a private citizen to “intimidate or interfere with” any person from a protected minority group, without granting the same to the majority. This enabled diversity conflict that was exclusively one way, and fear of this law prevents people from speaking up about not wanting minorities near them. It will eventually be extended to speech if the Left gets its way in the courts.

These are just a few of the laws which arose from our misinterpretation of the Fourteenth Amendment, which stated:

No state shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of the United States; nor shall any state deprive any person of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws.

The Courts interpreted this as creating an affirmative obligation for the states to step in at any time when people were being discriminated against on the basis of their race, ethnicity, religion, or national status, which meant that it was indirectly enforced on private companies and individuals through the states. Further laws were built on this template.

We must be clear in our goal: we aim to restore Western Civilization, which first requires that its people walk alone. This means that all who are not Western Europeans need to go elsewhere, just like national autonomy in Europe must be restored, such that the only people in Germany will be ethnic Germans. However, this is not the whole of our goal.

To get to this point, we must first dismantle the structures that the Left has imposed that create the diversity system, by which our people are obligated to support a permanent and growing third world underclass which is designed to replace them. Our first targets must involve anti-discrimination law like the above.

Removing anti-discrimination allow restores the natural right of free association, which means that we can socialize with, hire, fire, buy from, sell to, and include in our communities only those that we want there. When we remove anti-discrimination, we remove the “attractor” that brings third world people here: preferential treatment under law.

If we are really thinking clearly, we will then remove the entitlements programs that make up sixty percent of the federal budget. These create a permanent class of people who pay virtually no taxes but gain wealth transferred from the rest of us. In the name of “screw the rich,” government sold us a bill that ensured our wealth and energy would be given to foreigners.

At that point, we can take this further, mainly by removing aspects of government that conflict with a traditional culture. Unlike modern societies, traditional cultures are organic, meaning that most of what they do is extra-governmental, and requires uniformity of culture, race, and ethnicity, with some sort of religious aspect that is optional but singular. That means, for example, that the West might choose to support Christian values, but not mandate that people join a state church.

Diversity is the hill that America has chosen to die upon. Our disastrous Civil War occurred when Northern Leftists decided that they could do what they had done with Irish-Americans and create a demographic replacement for the WASPs who voted for traditional Western European law, and in doing so, seize power. They extended that idea to the third world much as they once extended rights from the landed gentry to the serfs, creating mob rule that empowers such dubious decisions to be made.

Until we defeat Leftism, we have no chance of defeating diversity. With this election, many of the RINOs/cucks (who we should simply call crypto-Leftists) were forced out. If we had a majority of actual conservatives, we could begin repealing these acts which have clearly backfired, and move society toward a functional conservative majority again.

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