You hear the liberal media expound on the merits of diversity and multiculturalism.  They feature every kind of powder-puff story that regales America’s bouquet of colors, ethnic groups and cultures.

When in fact, every newspaper, TV and radio show in the land reports on racism, racial conflict and violent conduct among the races within the United States.  If this country cannot mitigate the racial conflicts due to diversity and multiculturalism in 2019, what can we expect when we import another 100,000,000 (million) legal immigrants by 2050—a scant 31 years from now.

Ever since my high school years, black and white Americans continue their contentious relationships.  LaBron James speaks on how he won’t take a white man for a friend and that he only hangs with fellow blacks. NFL players kneel in disrespect for the American flag that gave them unlimited freedom and money on the death beds of American soldiers. Fast food cashiers get into fights with white customers over a red baseball cap.  A white police officer just received 90 years in prison for shooting a black youth.  The Black Lives Matter group wants to create a separate black state in the southern states.

But what about the Dreamers Martin Luther King, Jr. spoke of? In his transformative “I Have a Dream” speech, King stated:

“When the architects of our republic wrote the magnificent words of the Constitution and the Declaration of Independence, they were signing a promissory note to which every American was to fall heir. This note was a promise that all men, yes, black men as well as white men would be guaranteed the unalienable rights of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. It is obvious today that America has defaulted on this promissory note insofar as her citizens of color are concerned.

In disturbing contrast to King’s words, just last week the New York Times declared, “There’s Nothing Wrong with Open Borders.” Staff editorial writer Farhad Manjoo cited Prof. Reece Jones, who decried, “hereditary rights to privilege based on where you were born.” In other words, Americans have no more right to our nation’s protections and advantages than the other 7.6 billion people on the planet.

King proved correct: America does owe her own citizens protection and aid.

“Put American workers first” is not a slogan from President Donald Trump. It’s a moral imperative, expressed by civil rights black icon Barbara Jordan: “Immigration, like foreign policy, ought to be a place where the national interest comes first, last, and always.”

In her ground-breaking book, writer Heather MacDonald published: The Diversity Illusion: How Race and Gender Pandering Corrupt the University and Undermine Our Culture.

She speaks of the ominous immigration-threat out of the third world deforming and devolving Western Civilization:

“Humanistic study involves imaginative empathy and curiosity, which are being squelched in today’s university in favor of self-engrossed complaint. Teaching the classics is the duty we owe these great works for giving us an experience of the sublime.  Once we stop lovingly transmitting them to the next generation, they die.

In her recent interview with television commentator Mark Levin, she said,

“…The 80’s was when it [indoctrination in oppressor/oppressed ideology] started in my view. That’s when you got radical multiculturalism to hit. I was in college in the 70’s. I’m very grateful for that because I was allowed to read John Milton, Williams Wordsworth and Shakespeare without anyone thinking to complain about the gonads and melanin in those authors. I got to lose myself in beauty, in greatness and sublimity. Come the 80’s and students are given a license for ignorance. ”

Today, an enormous percentage, well over 50 percent from my own research, cannot name the first president of the United States, and cannot name their two U.S. senators or House Member.  Such are the illiteracy rates of our current generation.

Little appreciated and/or understood: what do we do when we import 100 million legal immigrants from 196 countries around the world within three decades?  How does our culture survive against those other 196 cultures?  How does our language survive?  What exactly will define our identity as Americans?

You might hear in the press:  “The views of the American people….”  In reality, with 45 million foreign born today, and at least, another 30 million born to those foreign born, and another 100 million legal immigrants within 30 years—we will no longer be “The American people.”  We will be “Everybody else’s country.”

“Immigrants devoted to their own cultures and religions are not influenced by the secular politically correct façade that dominates academia, news-media, entertainment, education, religious and political thinking today,” said James Walsh, former Associate General Counsel of the United States Immigration and Naturalization Service. “They claim the right not to assimilate, and the day is coming when the question will be how can the United States regulate the defiantly unassimilated cultures, religions and mores of foreign lands?  Such immigrants say their traditions trump the U.S. legal system.  Balkanization of the United States has begun.”

At that point, can our society hold in the middle?  Can our U.S. Constitution survive the diversity of 196 different world views, languages and cultures?  Has anyone looked at why those next 100 million will move here?  Answer: their cultures, religions, world views and educational systems utterly and totally failed. Please realize that the misery and starvation in their own countries will premanifest in our country.  We import the world’s poverty and illiteracy causing it, into the very guts of our own country.

Multiculturalism Killing Our National Ethos

MacDonald understands that too much diversity and multiculturalism in our society most certainly will extinguish our heritage, our national identity and leave all our citizens in emotional, intellectual, and sociological conflict.

Think about Islam as a failed system in the Middle East.  Its people flood into America from the refuse of Islamic countries.  Islam’s intentions in American society:  Islamists have shown the world time and again who they are and what they stand for yet the world refuses to believe them. And even when moderate Muslims — people who were born and raised in Islamic societies — try to educate the West about what Islam truly stands for, the West still refuses to believe them, too.

The preeminent Arabic-language poet, Adunis Asbar, better known as “Adonis,” is now being vehemently criticized for stating that Islam cannot be modernized. He reasons that unless there becomes a “separation of church and state” within Islamic society, basic human rights and democracy will never come to fruition. He also astutely noted that Islam “does not contribute to intellectual life” nor does it produce art, science and world-changing vision.

“Diversity within a nation destroys unity and leads to civil wars,” said social scientist Garret Hardin. “Immigration, a benefit during the youth of a nation, can act as a disease in its mature state. Too much internal diversity in large nations has led to violence and disintegration. We are now in the process of destabilizing our own country. The magic words of destabilizers are ‘diversity’ and ‘multiculturalism’.”

If these words ring true for you, it’s time for you to engage with what’s happening in our U.S. Congress. You need to call to rescind the 1965 Immigration Reform Act, and for a total shutdown of all immigration into the United States to preserve what we have left of our country.  You need to send these two videos out to all your networks to educate them as to what we face.

The worst decision you can make is to feel that you can do so little that you do nothing at all.

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