MULTICULTURALISM: ONE AMERICAN WOMAN’S STORY
July 10, 2008
Multiculturalism proves a deadly mix of racism, social incongruity, irreconcilable ethnic groups and the fabricated presumption that everybody loves everybody else.
One glance into any cafeteria in the United States for a look at self-segregation illustrates the failure of ‘multiculturalism’. A single glance at the racial violence accelerating in our inner cities demonstrates our expanding quandary. In the most liberal city in America, Boulder, Colorado—rich, SUV-driving parents, sporting bumper stickers that read, “Celebrate Diversity”, whisk their kids to all-white schools and away from growing minority schools drowning in third world migrant children. Boulder City Council supports a sanctuary policy. Their crime rates, school failures, hospital costs and prison costs rose as their illegal migrant population grew. (Source:”White flight” Rocky Mountain News) Schools in Detroit, Michigan suffer 76 percent drop out/flunk out rates with a growing legal Middle Eastern immigrant population. (Source: Brian Williams, NBC Nightly News)
Yet, with our nation seething in unrest, anger and growing frustration, minority groups grow in power based on the lack of enforcement of U.S. immigration laws.
“I think this is the main impediment to getting political leaders, especially democrats to act on over-immigration,” a reader said.
“They are afraid of being called racists, which is like someone saying "Have you stopped beating your wife yet?" I think these poor politicians need us to help them develop some wiggle room so they don't get off-centered by the immigration lobby. This is a public relations battle. Those who control the dialog define the issue to their own advantage. Accusations of racism are like the default button for those who really don't have a logical case for their position and want to change the basis of the discussion.”
My friend, legal immigrant and compelling Californian, Haydee Pavia said, “People are calling a ham sandwich racist these days.”
Another Californian said, “I grew up and lived in the central coast area of California most of my life. It was a blissful place back 40 years ago or so, a bucolic dream of nice weather and open crop land, right up until having Mexican friends and neighbors turned from a novelty into an onslaught.
“Slowly over the years, instead of willingly learning the Mexican language, I was FORCED to learn it so that I could communicate with others. Instead of trying to understand a new immigrant's heavily accented English, I was expected to speak Spanish. The heavy lidded glare of hatred became an ordinary part of my existence when I asked "Hablo englase?"
“Of course things deteriorated from there. The violent Mexican gang girls made my daily trek to and from school a nightmare. When it started all those years ago gang members carried switch blades, now they have guns. They inexorably turned from minority into majority and with their racist culture; we whites and blacks were all in danger. In case others may not realize it, Mexican culture prefers light skin, but not white skin. The darker a Mexican is the more his own people ostracize him.
“Another wonderful cultural shock is the phrase "old enough to bleed, old enough to breed." A Mexican fully grown man said this to me as an excuse for trying to sexually assault me as a very young teenager. He couldn't understand why I would be so resistant to this idea. In our American culture this is called “pedophilia.” Not so in Mexican culture. This is all perfectly normal and acceptable. Your children are not safe when young Mexican males are around. I hate to put this so bluntly, but we need to know this. The multicultural equivalency crowd will howl at these truths, but it still remains true.
“One Mexican girl I knew couldn't wait to get pregnant. She proudly bragged to me that she wanted a large family, and that every time she got pregnant her welfare check went up. She liked those raises so she had 7 children by the time she was 24. I never could make her understand that *I* was paying for those babies from something called payroll deductions. She never cared, and as the Mexican invasion continued I began to understand that, our friendship not withstanding, I was the enemy and that I deserved to pay for her upkeep, and she, as the superior race, was ENTITLED to it!
“The "cervesa" and tequila drinking is all part of Mexican machismo. Having lots of children by many different women is machismo. Jail time is part of Mexican male machismo. Bragging rights for all of it! Drunk driving? Muy bueno! Assault? Es nada! Trabajo? No entiendo! Yo gusto mas ninas y ninos! Viva la raza! Is this really the wonderful Mexican culture that we should all embrace? Maybe not!
“The final straw came for me when the vehicle abatement officer came to all of the (few) white and black people in my rural neighborhood and cited us for having things such as new horse trailers designed to transport the horses in our backyard fields. All around us were a majority of Mexican extended families with camp trailers with many families living in them, outhouses, the obligatory fighting cocks and pit bulls, goats, pigs and sheep, which they slaughtered on site in barbaric ways, loud mariachi music at all hours of the day and night, etc., all in violation of our ordinances. My Mexican neighbors were not cited for any of this and when I screamed racism I got another visitor.
“A woman came out from "planning and zoning" and told me that if I was any color other than white, or if I was gay, we would not be having the discussion. In other words, it isn't discrimination if you are just an ordinary white person. White hetero people are the only ones expected to follow the fullest extent of the law according to the planning department of my former town in California.
“The ugly truth is that I WAS run out of my hometown and my home state by Mexicans and the complicity of California government taking the side of intruders over Americans. I live in another state now which brags of a fast growing Mexican population which stands at 6.2 percent right now. Where will I go next? I'm not sure, but I will not live under the capricious rule of Mexico, so maybe I'll move to Canada. Our government has created this nightmare for whatever reasons, and I'm not sure when the balance of power will shift for the entire US, but in California I fear it’s already to late, the reconquista has already happened.”
This woman’s story mirrors thousands of other letters I receive monthly. You’re invited to write your own: firstname.lastname@example.org. Yet, Americans fail to push this issue in either candidate. While California reached critical mass in excess of four million illegal aliens as well as another 10 million legal immigrants that now create separate societies, i.e., Koreans, Vietnamese, Salvadorans, Guatemalans, Columbians, Mexicans and worse —it’s a matter of time before another state falls into what may be referred to as “The Divided States of America.”
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