"It's an entirely new game and we brought it on ourselves with our lax immigration policies. We are now going to have the first Latino Prez, then the first Asian Prez, the first MiddleEastern Prez and each constituency will shake the system down to finally get "theirs".
It's over for America as it once existed. Everything we and our ancestors fought and died for is being devoured by a desperate and hungry world.
Multiculturalism is a great thing for anyone who isn't white. Multiculturalism was invented by non-whites to conquer whites. Political correctness, a very effective anesthesia, has muffled our screams and rendered us mute. The culture of white American [sic] is being destroyed and dismantled and if we complain we get another injection of "racist" to shut us up again.''
I don't agree with his pessimistic assertion that it's ''all over for America''; if I believed that, I would not be blogging or even bothering to think about all these issues. I'd just be enjoying life, oblivous to all these things; why not, if it's all over?
But what he says about the weapons of multiculturalism and political correctness are true, as I am sure most of my readers would agree.
Incidentally, the discussion to which this comment was appended was a ''birther'' article, as detractors would call it. Is the multiculturalist system irrelevant to that subject? No. I'd say it's relevant to just about every big issue we have to deal with today: the economy, (immigration, social programs for 'victim groups, etc.), the environment and shrinking resources, and yes, the elections and the 'birther' story. All of it is bound up with the fact that we are caught up in this system of lies and cover-ups, all facilitated by political correctness. If we don't recognize how it all is part of a pattern, we'll never get anywhere.