April 08, 2016
Robert Weissberg has a thoughtful piece about the anti-white actions of the Obama Administration, particularly the efforts by HUD to colonize the white suburbs of Baltimore. Weissberg argues this is to punish whites who fled the cities - and so it is, and that the plan is to turn these areas into new versions of Ferguson (Ferguson was 70% white in the 1990 census and 65% black as of 2010, largely through government funding to relocate black people from the ghetto into a better neighborhood.) Weissberg's main arguement is that the liberal theory that improving environments will simply erase bad behavior is idiotic. He's right, but he misses the point.
A big part of the HUD scheme is to gerrymander Republican districts, turning them Democrat. It's a simple trick to overturn the results of state elections, to make the power to redistrict irrelevant. Simply put, they want to colonize red districts so they turn blue. Add enough liberal black voters and you turn these districts. It is a dirty trick of of a largely partisan nature.
Granted, there is a delight in rubbing the noses of prosperous whites in their powerlessness to stop this. It was once said that whites wouldn't be allowed to retreat to the suburbs and school busing was designed precisely to force this on the white community. Here in St. Louis we've had a court-ordered city/county desegregation. Black children are bused out of the failed City district to what were once excellent suburban schools, and now many of these schools suffer from crime and declining test scores. Rush Limbaugh's uncle once administered this program, I might add; he was a federal judge and was assigned the case.
Speaking of Ferguson, I have pointed out repeatedly that Ferguson turned into ghetto primarily because the community of Kinloch was bought out for a planned airport expansion that never occured, and the government financed wholesale colonization of Ferguson with unemployed peoples. Still, Ferguson survived and, thanks to some beautiful charming homes that sold for cheap, was becoming a mecca for youn professionals; Ferguson is near the Universityof Missouri St. Louis, and many employees settled there. It had a quant downtown with an old train station that was rehabilitated with some wonderful, gentrified businesses; a brewery, wine garden, great restaurants, etc. It was an up-and-coming place after a decade of decay.
Until the Mike Brown riots. Now it is finis.
We'll have a lot more of this as HUD implements their nefarious scheme.
There is an all-out assault on what was considered traditional America, and the white community is where the idea of America still lies. Whites cannot be allowed to cluster, in the liberal mind, because they will start talking about the old days and perhaps stop kowtowing to the progressive scheme of "imagine there's no country" and everyone is mixed up in a hodgepodge where they retain their own particular culture whle living cheek-by-jowel. I remember the 1980's where the liberal college professors (and back then you did have to still preface that) were all a-twitter about "cultural diversity". I remember how insane I thought the concept; the Balkans were one example of how you cannot have different cultures occupy the same space, and history is replete with endless warfare between peoples who are stuck together in too close a proximity without coming together. But the left can only think about how to break things, and they realize that they can break America with this. They want to isolate and bully white America since that is the repository of the old ideas.
Integration without first enculturating peoples is one of their tools. It breaks down any resistance from anybody since they feel threatened and will simply keep quiet.
So there are a great many reasons for HUD to push this sort of thing.
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