An Atlanta musician decides to send out to everyone on his email list a link to Immigration Gumballs asking everyone to watch it and learn about the dramatic effects of immigration on this country. The long and short of it is Roy Beck addressing an audience of about 99.9% white faces on how America has “below replacement fertility” which would stabilize our population except for all these immigrants. Which means fewer white folks and lots more American (as in the continent, as it came to be named) Indians from the South. Right?
Oh, lord! What happens if H.o.p. (who descends mostly from displaced Irish, Scots-Irish and French who immigrated here, and some of the Cherokee and Ioway who were displaced by the great Anglo-European influx) marries a person whose ancestors were living on this side of the ocean 600 years ago?! And their children marry people whose ancestors were living on this side of the ocean 600 years ago?!
Can you imagine, looking out over America and seeing just a few white faces peeking out of the corners here and there? Yikes! It’s the apocalypse! A nightmare horror show! After all, where would the Home of the Free be without the white people who killed off untold numbers of American Indians and forced those remaining into death marches to their new homes on largely inhospitable “reserves”? Shouldn’t their legacy go to pale skins, else it be trashed with the barbarous sensibilities of South of the Border non-whites?
At least frame the argument honestly, OK?
There are all kinds of comments on the Youtube thread by people with monikers like “Secure the Border” and “Texas Ranger”. In fact over 1500 comments. The video has been favorited 777 times and has nearly 3/4 of a million views.
The Southern Poverty Law Center has this on Roy Beck,
Before he even said a word, U.S. Rep. Tom Tancredo (R-Colo.) got a standing ovation from the 27 anti-immigration activists who gathered at the Cannon House Office Building in Washington, D.C., on the morning of Feb. 13 to kick off a two-day lobbying effort on Capitol Hill.
Tancredo, chairman of the Congressional Immigration Reform Caucus, proceeded to regale his audience with ominous warnings of a global plot to destroy the United States…
Patrick McHugh of the Washington-based Center for Immigration Studies, which purports to be a squeaky clean think tank that rejects racism, was there pressing the flesh along with Barbara Coe, head of the California Coalition for Immigration Reform, who repeatedly referred to Mexicans — as she has for years — as “savages.”
The Citizens Informer, a white supremacist tabloid put out by the Council of Conservative Citizens hate group, was available.
NumbersUSA executive director Roy Beck, a long-time friend of Coe’s, adopted a more moderate tone when he addressed his guests and told them what they should be doing to end the current immigration regime.
It would be better, Beck counseled, if their attempts to lobby legislators that week did not appear to be orchestrated by NumbersUSA. For their campaign to be effective, he said, it “needs to look like a grassroots effort.”
Founded in 1982 as an anti-immigrant umbrella group by Michigan ophthalmologist John H. Tanton, U.S. Inc. operates most publicly through three projects — NumbersUSA, ProEnglish and The Social Contract Press*, which publishes the journal The Social Contract. Tanton and his wife, Mary Lou Tanton, have been chair and vice chair from the start…
In a private 1986 memo leaked to the press, Tanton suggested racial Balkanization was under way, and warned, among other things, that Hispanics were out-breeding whites: “On the demographic point: perhaps this is the first instance in which those with their pants up are going to get caught by those with their pants down!” The memo contained such incendiary language that U.S. English executive director Linda Chavez quit, as did advisory board member Walter Cronkite.
Source: Southern Poverty Law Center
Mr. Atlanta musician began his email with, “I try not to send out many of these but I felt this might be of interest to some of you.”
Only in that I now know you’re a frightened white man.
He continues on to say this is an email about something that isn’t “political in nature” but is an issue that is heavily politicized.
Not political in nature?
Not political in nature?!
Well, then, what is it? A condiment or something?