This missive is written with the experiences of having lived outside of these United States for almost 13 years.
I’ve lived in four different countries and traveled in over 25.
For several months I was the manager of the largest hotel on Corn Island, Nicaragua, on the Caribbean Sea. While there I worked with the Mestizo / Caribbean blacks and dealt every day with the native Nicaraguans and travelers from all over the world.
I lived six years in Thailand, working with the most educated Thai people.
I lived and worked in Qatar for several months, interacting with Muslims from Iran, South Africa, Iraq, the UAE and many other parts of the world.
I lived five years in South Korea working with the most educated Koreans.
I didn’t just vacation in these countries, enjoying the best these nations had to offer. I lived and experienced day-to-day life living in a foreign culture, among non-Caucasians who do not think, act or believe like Caucasians think, act or believe.
In my 13 years abroad, I learned – contrary to what I had been led to believe – non-Caucasians are not like me. I learned that diversity was not a strength.
I have nothing against those people.
Do you know what? Wanting to live with and be around your own people – your own kind – I learned – is normal. Kind after kind.
While living abroad, I noticed something – people tend to congregate with their own kind. Caucasians would associate with fellow Caucasians and Asians with fellow Asians. Kind after kind.
Again, people wanting to be around their own kind, I came to realize, is normal.
Never once did I hear the Koreans say: “Gee, we just don’t have enough non-Koreans here, not enough Filipinos, not enough Indonesians, not enough Japanese. We need to allow more non-Koreans in. After all, diversity is our strength.”
Which brings us to the question: Whose Nation Are These United States, Anyway?
The answer, I believe, is found in the Preamble to the U.S. Constitution
We the people of the United States, in order to form a more perfect union, establish justice, insure domestic tranquility, provide for the common defense, promote the general welfare, and secure the blessings of liberty to ourselves and our posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America.
Posterity means – from one progeny; from one common ancestry.
Our Northern European ancestors were willing to lay down their lives to give us – their posterity – what became the greatest nation in man’s history.
Sadly, we are losing our nation, with hardly a whimper.
We can see from the Ted Kennedy quote below that there was concern that the ethnic mix of our country would change if the 1965 Immigration Act passed.
“First, our cities will not be flooded with a million immigrants annually. Under the proposed bill, the present level of immigration remains substantially the same…. Secondly, the ethnic mix of this country will not be upset…. Contrary to the charges in some quarters, [the bill] will not inundate America with immigrants from any one country or area, or the most populated and deprived nations of Africa and Asia…. In the final analysis, the ethnic pattern of immigration under the proposed measure is not expected to change as sharply as the critics seem to think.” Ted Kennedy, chief Senate sponsor of the Immigration and Nationality Act of 1965. (U.S. Senate, Subcommittee on Immigration and Naturalization of the Committee on the Judiciary, Washington, D.C., Feb. 10, 1965. pp. 1–3.)
Despite what Traitor Ted had to say,
- Since 1965 our cities have been flooded with millions of non-Caucasian immigrants annually.
- Since 1965 the level of immigration has changed substantially.
- Since 1965, the ethnic mix of our country has been upset.
- Since 1965, America has been inundated with immigrants from the most populated and deprived nations of Africa, Asia and Central America.
At current immigration levels, our children and their children will be minorities in our own nation by 2050.
Some of you may be thinking: “Oh, it’s racist to think like you do.”
I understand that thinking.
We Caucasians, worldwide, have been programmed to think that way. That is why we Caucasians stand by and do nothing while our nations – Australian, Canada, Germany, France, Sweden, the UK – are invaded by non-Caucasians.
Quite often, living outside the US was not easy. I’ve learned my lesson the hard way.
I’m here to tell you what I learned:
Being “racist” is normal. To want to be around your own people is normal.
To want to preserve your country for your own kind, is normal. Kind after kind.
Most non-Caucasians preserve their nations, their way of life, for their own people. To do so is normal.
For me, the answer to the question, Whose nation are these United States, anyway?
Is – it is our nation.
Despite what we have been led to believe, it is normal – it is natural – to want to keep it that way.