Wednesday, July 18, 2012

Sultan Knish - When Governments Elect Another People

Here's a good post by Sultan Knish: When Governments Elect Another People. It ties in with a post of mine from a few months ago called Society Has Changed, No, It's Been Changed.

Demographics and soup is where Sultan begins. He ends with the sickening revelation that governments can exercise their power to destroy a country such as England by not enforcing immigration laws, allowing illegals to collect benefits that they aren't entitled to (and that real citizens pay for), and generally modifying their electorate through the importation of a more pliable demographic group who will vote to keep them in power.

Does that sound familiar?

Here's the admission that this actually occurred in the UK:

The huge increases in migrants over the last decade were partly due to a politically motivated attempt by ministers to radically change the country and "rub the Right's nose in diversity", according to Andrew Neather, a former adviser to Tony Blair, Jack Straw and David Blunkett. He said Labour's relaxation of controls was a deliberate plan to "open up the UK to mass migration" but that ministers were nervous and reluctant to discuss such a move publicly for fear it would alienate its "core working class vote".

Hmm. Yeah, I could see how chickenshit politicians who value power above country would be reluctant to openly discuss what they've done to a country in order to satisfy their ego. That might start a revolution or something.

Think it can't happen here?

Look around. It already has.

Suppose that your statistics show that unemployed people are more likely to vote for you than the employed. Then your goal would be to shift as many of those who ordinarily wouldn't vote you from the ranks of the employed to those of the unemployed. And once they were on benefits, they might just come to support you, even though you were the one who maneuvered to deprive them of their employment.

Say that workers in factories were 40 percent less likely to vote your way and 80 percent more likely to disapprove of your core "Turkey Coconut Bouillon with Nutmeg and Omega 3" agenda, while only 19 percent of unemployed workers who used to have jobs in factories vote against you and only 56 percent of them are against your core agenda-- and they don't even care much about it anymore because their lives have been turned upside-down and they're not sure of anything anymore.

There's an easy answer. Just start shutting down factories on any pretext. Accuse them of pollution, increase their costs, tax and inspect them to death, and make dumping foreign products on the market easier with the complicity of conservatives who are too stupid to understand the game being run on them; and do everything you can to transform the domestic working-class that used to be your base, before you went too far left, into unemployed men sitting bitterly drinking beer while wondering what happened to their country.

These are unpleasant truths, but we all need to acknowledge them. The upcoming presidential election is the most important one in our lifetime. If we don't choose wisely (and by "wisely" I mean that Obama and progressivism must be defeated), America is done for. Even with the removal of Obama from office, we still have a lot of work left to do to rid us of the cancer of Progressivism that's eating away at our lives.

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