Identity > Culture > Politics

Um….duh!

Breitbart Senior editor MILO appeared at the University of New Mexico today to deliver his immigration policy speech entitled, “Americans Deserve Borders”, where the Dangerous Faggot ripped into illegal immigrants, the hijab and the threat of Islam.

Discussing the recent trend of fake hate crimes following Trump’s election and the identity crisis that Latino people face in America, MILO said, “Why would all of these fake attacks be devised in such a way to illustrate our differences? I will tell you the answer — these social activists with their horribly regressive social attitudes about women and gays and intolerance for non-Muslims have no interest in assimilation.”

MILO continued, “Latinos face different challenges in assimilation. For one thing, their identity is confused. You might think of them as geographic trannies.”

“A 2011 Pew Research Center survey of Latinos in America showed just 20% of them think of themselves as American. Only 24% of them think of themselves as Latino. A whopping 51% think of themselves according to their national origin, whether it is Mexico or Brazil. According to this survey, saying Latino is a bit like saying LGBT, plus whatever other letters they’ve added on this week.”

“Gays and lesbians don’t really think alike at all, but always get lumped together. To say nothing of the offensive association with mentally ill crossdressers. It’s the same with Latinos. According to that survey 7 out of 10 Latinos don’t believe there is a common Latino culture. That’s because the whole thing is a liberal confection.

“The other challenge with Latinos is language. The book “We Wanted Workers” by George Borjas makes the argument that recent immigrants are learning English more slowly than previous immigrants thanks to the rise of ethnic enclaves. Now before you start thinking that is coming from a right wing think tank or evil right wing blog, Borjas is a Professor at Harvard — not exactly a hotbed of conservatism. And he is a Cuban immigrant as well.”

“Immigrant Latinos are assimilating slower than they used to, because they don’t have to. Is there a government form anywhere in the US that isn’t available in Spanish?”

This is the key point that everyone knows but refuses to say. Or if they think otherwise they might be too blue pilled to even handle the truth.

The vast majority of immigrants, particularly those from third world Latin cultures don’t think of themselves as Americans. But they’re more than willing to come into the U.S., demand special privileges or welfare benefits and claim racism when their idea of “equality” isn’t received. Affirmative action, special grants, loans, scholarships, and diversity quotas are just the start if this pattern is permitted to continue. These are laws that were passed which deliberately set back whites in a country that was 85-90% white prior to 1965. Then whites are told that they have white privilege even though the poorest cities in the U.S. have the densest population of white people. Whites have been more than generous to those who barely consider themselves Americans.

I take the up front approach. The one that people despise and the one that I was raised with my whole life.

You are owed nothing. Not a penny. Not a dime. Nothing. A big fat nothing. I’m not owed. You’re not owed. No one is owed. Just because you are breathing doesn’t mean this world owes you. And if those from Latin cultures in the U.S. are so oppressed, point me to one country in the world where they are treated better and have superior opportunities than in the U.S.

The concept of identity isn’t difficult to figure out. When you ask most minorities in the U.S. what they are, they’ll tell you Mexican American. Cuban American. African America. Indian American. Japanese American. Those who simply refer to themselves as “American” are so small that they’re insignificant.  Which is the main reason why I’ve started to identify as European American. Because if you don’t have a tribe, you don’t have anything. In the future, your skin will be your uniform because fewer and fewer people will identify as being simply “American.” Tribal strife is inevitable. 

Why should foreigners have to assimilate and actually adapt to American culture when the government caters to them by requiring government agencies to speak Spanish? Immigrants in Japan have to know Japanese to become a citizen. But not in America. The thought or idea of asking them to assimilate to us is considered racist. So why not just call California, Florida and Texas the newest version of Mexico?

Those who flee Latin countries usually do so for a better life. I can’t imagine they want their new home to start reflecting the one they fled. Or so I would like to believe about the smart ones. And if they do want their new country to reflect the one they fled, they shouldn’t be here. 

Harsh? Yes. But immigration in massive hoards like we see today resembles former historical cases of conquest. And I don’t want my country conquered in favor of regressive principles. As I’ve said before, if you actually believe that these Latin cultures share the same values and ideals that the U.S. does and that we don’t need these immigrants to assimilate, or that we should conform to their needs rather than them conforming to ours, Google Mexico’s age of consent. Then come back and tell me that crossing the magic dirt of the U.S. border will cause immigrants to magically adopt American values. 

It doesn’t work that way. And it never will.

People on the right tend to hate identity politics and disregard it as a vicious tool of the left. But here’s the simple truth. You might not care about identity, but identity cares about you. Race cares about you. These are the ruling concepts of the U.S. I don’t see that changing any time soon.

2 thoughts on “Identity > Culture > Politics

  1. Hi there, Bre

    First, I’m from a Latin country. Most people who immigrate to a rich country DO just want better lives, as you said; I don’t think they want to change their host country, but they would like to keep their identities, at least in part, to themselves — which, most of the time, is fine, but not when it comes to child marriages or so (common in Islam, India). The problem starts because they end up changing their host country without even noticing it — so, in the end, it ends up worse for them (because our cultures are simply inferior to America’s) and for Americans too (i.e. the people who didn’t ask for it). Hence, it might be simply impossible to allow most Latinos to become citizens of America/Europe: as most of us don’t even realise what makes America great is capitalism, individualism, freedom of speech etc.
    One thing: I’m not from Mexico, but the age of consent in my country is 14 — and most people whom I’ve talked to about it do not feel it’s right (yeah, I know that that’s just anecdotal evidence, but still)… So, I’d be surprised if Mexicans actually agreed with such law, in other others, I’m sceptical about saying ‘Google Mexico’s age of consent’ as an argument…
    Lastly, I don’t understand why people in the alt-right care so much about ‘race’: most non-whites are not as collectivist as the alt-right claims…

    Have yourself a lovely day. Bye!

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