Yesterday I listened to an interview with Pat Buchanan on Sean Hannity. He described his new book Suicide of a Superpower.
I am an extremely cynical individual; to the detriment of my cause at times I am afraid. But this has got to be an accurate and chilling testament to what we face in the coming decade.
I will read this book with the appreciation of one who has lived enough to see what we once had in this country, and the quickness with which the dissolution of our sovereignty as a Republic is occurring.
Pat Buchanan is entering the territory of Michael Savage here when he describes the decline and fall of our nation due to the loss of "Borders, Language, and Culture".
Buchanan describes how the open ridicule and decline of Christianity and patriotism in America and the west have destroyed what unifying factors that held us together as a nation. He says that this has led to what amounts to tribal warfare on a global scale.
"Suicide of a Superpower" by Pat Buchanan - is one of the most honest, and worrying, commentaries on the West in many years.
"The transformation has been dramatic and unique in our history," he says, "and the reason America has and will lose its greatness is that we are no longer unified. Anybody can become a good American, coming from anywhere in the world. But whereas in the past we asked them to become American, now we encourage America to become like them."
No pause, but straight into the argument. "We've given away what made us one. Faith, symbols of unity, the European, overwhelmingly Christian heritage of the majority who were and made the country. People could be who and what they liked, but they had to know what the national core values and identity were. No longer."...Read More at Canoe
“The pessimists are better informed.”
What are the seemingly inevitable consequences of an America where whites are a shrinking minority?
First, the end of a national Republican Party that routinely gets 90 percent of its presidential votes from white America.
California is the harbinger of what is to come.
Carried by Richard Nixon in all five presidential elections when he was on the ticket and by Ronald Reagan all four times he ran, California, where whites are now a shrinking minority, is a state where the GOP faces extinction. John McCain’s share of the California vote was down to the Barry Goldwater level of 1964.
When Texas, where two-thirds of the newborns and half the schoolchildren are Hispanic, goes the way of California, it is the end for the GOP. Arizona, Colorado and Nevada, also critical to any victorious GOP coalition, are Hispanicizing as rapidly as Texas.
Video interview at Real Clear Politics
It's a theme many Canadians might embrace, but if they did so they're be accused or racism and fascism. He laughs. "Sure, and so have I! It's nonsense, but it's still said. Look, we need in the U.S. to implement zero immigration policies. Now. And that has to stand until we reduce unemployment levels to something much more reasonable and manageable."
The End of White America...Pat Buchanan
LOTS MORE NEWS HERE TODAY...SEE BELOW...