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To: kabar

“The US will not be declining in population anytime soon.”

No, not a population “decline”.
Rather, a “population replacement”.

America is literally being changed into an entirely different nation via demographics...

And the “America” of the replacements being born will bear little resemblance to the America of the Euros who are slowly, but surely, disappearing...


28 posted on 02/10/2013 12:53:38 PM PST by Road Glide
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To: Road Glide
Yep. Since the 1965 Immigration Act, our pro-population growth immigration policies have fueled major demographic changes in a very short period of time. In 1970, non-Hispanic whites comprised 89 percent of the population; today they are 66 percent; and by 2042, they will be 50 percent. The Democrats, under the banner of multiculturalism and diversity, have forged a political coalition that depends on individuals coalescing around racial and ethnic identities rather than the issues. The continuing and increasing flow of minority immigrants, mostly poor and uneducated, provides a natural constituency for the Democrats, which see them as their principal source of political power.

87 percent of the 1.2 million legal immigrants entering annually are minorities as defined by the U.S. Government and almost all of the illegal aliens are minorities. By 2019 half of the children 18 and under in the U.S. will be classified as minorities and by 2042, half of the residents of this country will be minorities. Generally, immigrants and minorities vote predominantly for the Democrat Party. Hence, Democrats view immigration as a never-ending source of voters that will make them the permanent majority party.

46 posted on 02/10/2013 1:58:18 PM PST by kabar
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