Two Centuries Of US Immigration

Every government policy recedes to insignificance in the crucible of demographic churn created by waves of immigration. If you’re arguing over tax cuts while your country starts to resemble Zimbabwe and Honduras, you’re a fool aka a cuck.

The American settlement and later independent nation was relatively churn-free for the first 200 years of its life. America was never a “nation of immigrants”, not for 200 years. America (and before that the Royal colonies) was a nation of Anglos. A nation of settlers. Of Englishmen.

Then, the dam burst. Not once. Not twice. But three times. And the last time may very well be the killing deluge.
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-Uncle Zip

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5 Responses to Two Centuries Of US Immigration

  1. tumbleweed says:

    Cool, I never realized you visited the Chateau.

  2. John Deaux says:

    This is not.correct, the eastern coast may have been Englishman but the gulf states areas were a French/Spanish domain with some Caribbean. The Englishmen didn’t get down here in any numbers until after the Louisiana Purchase.
    My father’s family traces back over 200 years in the area I’m in

    • rayvet says:

      Yes good catch. Sorry, but this country WAS a melting pot for a very large part of it’s existence. It just so happened to be a white anglo european melting pot and not all these other sub species of humans that have yet to evolve that we’re taking it now. That’s where our problem is. Humans lacking the genetics to live in first world countries.

  3. Doonhamer says:

    And quite a few were Irish, Scots and Scots-Irish.
    Guess where Houston is. And your old town of Ceres, Ken.

  4. Jimmy the Saint says:

    As Heinlein said – “bad luck.”

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