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We Know How to Make America Strong

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Published on 29 Mar 2021 / In News and Politics

Jared Taylor explains that everyone — and he means everyone — agrees on what makes America strong. The secret to our strength wasn't fully understood until 1965, but now that we know, we must forge ahead!

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Beach Life
Beach Life 17 days ago

... "But did you know our country got off to a really bad start? The Founders didn’t understand diversity. When the very first United States Congress met in 1789, it had to figure out who could be a citizen of this brand-new country, and boy, did they get it wrong. The very first citizenship law said that only “free white persons of good character” could become Americans. They just didn’t get it.

And it wasn’t just race. One of the founders, John Jay, had some really silly ideas in the Federalist Papers. He said America was strong because Americans were “ . . . a people descended from the same ancestors, speaking the same language, professing the same religion, attached to the same principles of government, very similar in their manners and customs.”

When he left public service, George Washington told Americans why the country was so promising. “With slight shades of difference, you have the same religion, manners, habits, and political principles.” He foolishly thought that people who have a lot in common work better together. ...

But did you know, there are still pockets of resistance to diversity? In his presidential memoirs, which he just published, Barack Obama wrote about Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, who couldn’t manage to do more than try to keep the economy going and improve the social safety net. And then, right there on page 602, Mr. Obama writes this: “Like me, he had come to believe that this was all any of us could expect from democracy, especially in big, multiethnic, multireligious societies like India and the United States. Not revolutionary leaps or major cultural overhauls . . . .”

What? Doesn’t he realize that multiethnic, multireligious societies are diverse and therefore strong? We should be making revolutionary leaps all the time. Mr. Obama sounds like those dimwit Founding Fathers who thought the country should be all white.

Well, white folks, we need to whip backsliders like Barack Obama into line. And you know what? I can imagine our country strengthening and strengthening until there are hardly any of us left at all. What a super-power we’ll be.

Imani Gandy, who is Senior Editor at the Rewire News Group, has a plan to speed things up. “Petition to put cis white dudes on a barge and float them out to sea.” That will teach everyone who looks like those stupid Founders to appreciate diversity, won’t it? And inclusion, too.

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Ian Smith
Ian Smith 3 months ago

We can only have a strong America if there is strong white advocacy. Otherwise, diversity will destroy America.look at Haiti, Liberia, and Zimbabwe.

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