Further evidence that race matters

Jeremy G. writes:

The high Asian vote for Obama (74 percent) argues in favor of a race-conscious view of America and an immigration policy that would have avoided the mass immigration of nonwhites, including those that were highly skilled. Forget about trying to appeal to all those “family values” Hispanics. The Republicans can’t even get the Asian vote. And I think that is another argument against liberal Republicans who think we should pander to Hispanics. How do they first suggest we go about pandering to the highly educated, high-income, and family-oriented Asians?

LA replies:

Excellent point. If the Republicans can’t even get the “model minority,” what hope is there in getting the Hispanics???

As you say, this supports the race-conscious view which I have always promoted, namely that if America was to preserve its institutions, its liberties, and its culture, it had to remain a white country, and therefore any large-scale nonwhite immigration was a mistake.

Note that I speak in the past tense. It’s too late for America. The disaster I have been warning of since I wrote The Path to National Suicide: An Essay on Immigration and Multiculturalism in 1990 has now definitively occurred.

Posted by Lawrence Auster at November 12, 2012 10:33 AM | Send

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