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The End of White America Is Now Assured

The only question is the fate of the remnants
Paul Craig Roberts



The lack of response by white Americans to their demonization as they decline as a percent of the population demonstrates their lack of concern with their fate.

It seems as if the West is dead in every way. The rule of law is dead throughout the West. Democracy is a scam. There is oligarchic rule. Everything is done for organized interest groups. Nothing is done for the people. Putin just declared: “West’s leading role is ending.” How right he is.



The Brookings Institution is not a racist white supremacist outfit. It is a neoliberal/neoconservative “think tank.” One of its members, William H. Frey, has authored a report, “Less than Half of U.S. Children Under 15 Are White, Census Shows,” based on the recently released 2018 U.S. Census Bureau report. The information in Frey’s article is fascinating. It shows a disappearing white population.

The number of white children, that is, the group of the next generation of parents, is not only declining relative to the populations of non-whites but also absolutely. During 2010-2018 the number of white children shrank by 2.2 million. Overall, the white population of America has declined from 80 percent of the US population in 1980 to 60 percent in 2018.

The American middle class, which is largely white, bears the brunt of income taxation which means that white Americans bear the brunt of the cost of the welfare support systems. The white middle class also bears the brunt through property taxes of the public school systems. Many middle class members pay again in private school tuition for the education of their children in safer and more ordered environments. The cost of university education is exorbitant. All of these costs are rising faster than middle class incomes, and this limits white procreation.

The decline of people of European descent as a percentage of the US population can only accelerate as the child-bearing ability of the white population evaporates. The median age of Americans of European descent is 43.6 years. The median age of Hispanics is 29.5 years, and the median age of multiracial residents of the US is 20.7 years. Over the past seven years, Americans of European descent experienced an excess of deaths over births.

Frey concludes his article:
“These demographic trends make plain that, as racially diverse younger generations become part of the labor force, tax base, and consumer base, the nation will need to balance these groups’ distinct interests and needs in areas such as education, family services, and affordable housing with the health and social support requirements of a large and faster growing older population that will be entering its post retirement years. Indeed, the youthful ‘minority white’ tipping point shown in the new census statistics needs to be duly noted. It has important implications for America’s future.”

This is the question that Frey quietly raises: “In Identity Politics America, where white people are demonized as victimizers and everyone else receives sympathy as their victims, where the Mexican-American head of New York City public schools has announced his campaign to remove ‘toxic white values’ from the school curriculum, where the New York Times has committed to ‘reframing’ the United States as a racist white slave state, will the new majority composed of white people’s victims consent to giving up resources to provide Social Security and Medicare for people they have been brought up to believe victimized them?

The chances of such support are further negated by the diminishing numbers of the white voting population and by the decline of the US economy that is forcing the US labor force into lowly paid domestic service jobs which are themselves threatened by robotics. Will a non-European population struggling to make ends meet accept the taxation necessary for Social Security and Medicare for a demonized group of the population that they have been taught to hate? Identity Politics does not permit social cohesion.

Decades of unbroken massive inflows of third world immigrants have destroyed the “melting pot” and produced in its place a tower of babel. Multicultural populations lack a common interest. They are the antithesis of a nation. Everywhere in the Western world the nations are expiring.

In 1973 John Raspail predicted the fate of European peoples in his novel, The Camp of the Saints. White people are now living his novel.

It will be interesting to see if the growing Hispanic population displaces the shrinking white population as the group against which blacks will make claims for slavery reparations. Hispanics consist in part of Spanish and Portuguese ancestry, and the Spanish and Portuguese were colonial powers in the New World who enslaved people. In a world of Identity Politics, will Hispanics replace white people as the victimizer?

It will also be interesting to see if the Israel Lobby can put the same ring through the nose of the rising Hispanic/Asian majority as they have through the nose of the declining white majority. Can Hispanics and Asians be made to feel guilty about the holocaust and persecution of Jews? Can their leaders, like white leaders, be bought into Israel’s service?

Or will people accustomed to the privilege of victim status themselves have the confidence to reject that they owe obligations to other victims?

Source: PaulCraigRoberts.org
 

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It's not just America. History clearly shows us that white folk do NOT make good slaves. Too many guys like Scorp in the bunch :monster 3:
 

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I'll impregnate as many white women(of my choosing)that's brought before me, starting with all those in the Romper Room.
One time may not be enough. This will be ongoing until I die. I think I can live long enough to surpass Wilt Chamberlain.
Not sure how many times a day I can reload but am willing to be tested for that also. This will be a true "Paxton Quigley" test.
Testing will be done in various locations to ensure good stimulation for properly enhanced ovulation, such as...in a yacht near Bali, at 50,000 feet in a private jet, numerous penthouses, motor homes/buses etc. This list is a sample size and will always be changing. Government funded without their intervention.
Noteworthy..I have produced 2 male offspring(there may be more). My brother has produced one female. So, ladies, take that into consideration for future family planning. Im fairly certain my brother will go along with this test.
It's been nice knowing you all, adios amigos!!
 

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The End of White America Is Now Assured

The only question is the fate of the remnants
Paul Craig Roberts



The lack of response by white Americans to their demonization as they decline as a percent of the population demonstrates their lack of concern with their fate.

It seems as if the West is dead in every way. The rule of law is dead throughout the West. Democracy is a scam. There is oligarchic rule. Everything is done for organized interest groups. Nothing is done for the people. Putin just declared: “West’s leading role is ending.” How right he is.



The Brookings Institution is not a racist white supremacist outfit. It is a neoliberal/neoconservative “think tank.” One of its members, William H. Frey, has authored a report, “Less than Half of U.S. Children Under 15 Are White, Census Shows,” based on the recently released 2018 U.S. Census Bureau report. The information in Frey’s article is fascinating. It shows a disappearing white population.

The number of white children, that is, the group of the next generation of parents, is not only declining relative to the populations of non-whites but also absolutely. During 2010-2018 the number of white children shrank by 2.2 million. Overall, the white population of America has declined from 80 percent of the US population in 1980 to 60 percent in 2018.

The American middle class, which is largely white, bears the brunt of income taxation which means that white Americans bear the brunt of the cost of the welfare support systems. The white middle class also bears the brunt through property taxes of the public school systems. Many middle class members pay again in private school tuition for the education of their children in safer and more ordered environments. The cost of university education is exorbitant. All of these costs are rising faster than middle class incomes, and this limits white procreation.

The decline of people of European descent as a percentage of the US population can only accelerate as the child-bearing ability of the white population evaporates. The median age of Americans of European descent is 43.6 years. The median age of Hispanics is 29.5 years, and the median age of multiracial residents of the US is 20.7 years. Over the past seven years, Americans of European descent experienced an excess of deaths over births.

Frey concludes his article:
“These demographic trends make plain that, as racially diverse younger generations become part of the labor force, tax base, and consumer base, the nation will need to balance these groups’ distinct interests and needs in areas such as education, family services, and affordable housing with the health and social support requirements of a large and faster growing older population that will be entering its post retirement years. Indeed, the youthful ‘minority white’ tipping point shown in the new census statistics needs to be duly noted. It has important implications for America’s future.”

This is the question that Frey quietly raises: “In Identity Politics America, where white people are demonized as victimizers and everyone else receives sympathy as their victims, where the Mexican-American head of New York City public schools has announced his campaign to remove ‘toxic white values’ from the school curriculum, where the New York Times has committed to ‘reframing’ the United States as a racist white slave state, will the new majority composed of white people’s victims consent to giving up resources to provide Social Security and Medicare for people they have been brought up to believe victimized them?

The chances of such support are further negated by the diminishing numbers of the white voting population and by the decline of the US economy that is forcing the US labor force into lowly paid domestic service jobs which are themselves threatened by robotics. Will a non-European population struggling to make ends meet accept the taxation necessary for Social Security and Medicare for a demonized group of the population that they have been taught to hate? Identity Politics does not permit social cohesion.

Decades of unbroken massive inflows of third world immigrants have destroyed the “melting pot” and produced in its place a tower of babel. Multicultural populations lack a common interest. They are the antithesis of a nation. Everywhere in the Western world the nations are expiring.

In 1973 John Raspail predicted the fate of European peoples in his novel, The Camp of the Saints. White people are now living his novel.

It will be interesting to see if the growing Hispanic population displaces the shrinking white population as the group against which blacks will make claims for slavery reparations. Hispanics consist in part of Spanish and Portuguese ancestry, and the Spanish and Portuguese were colonial powers in the New World who enslaved people. In a world of Identity Politics, will Hispanics replace white people as the victimizer?

It will also be interesting to see if the Israel Lobby can put the same ring through the nose of the rising Hispanic/Asian majority as they have through the nose of the declining white majority. Can Hispanics and Asians be made to feel guilty about the holocaust and persecution of Jews? Can their leaders, like white leaders, be bought into Israel’s service?

Or will people accustomed to the privilege of victim status themselves have the confidence to reject that they owe obligations to other victims?

Source: PaulCraigRoberts.org

the book in pdf

http://www.jrbooksonline.com/PDFs/Camp_of_the_Saints.pdf
 

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I'll impregnate as many white women(of my choosing)that's brought before me, starting with all those in the Romper Room.
One time may not be enough. This will be ongoing until I die. I think I can live long enough to surpass Wilt Chamberlain.
Not sure how many times a day I can reload but am willing to be tested for that also. This will be a true "Paxton Quigley" test.
Testing will be done in various locations to ensure good stimulation for properly enhanced ovulation, such as...in a yacht near Bali, at 50,000 feet in a private jet, numerous penthouses, motor homes/buses etc. This list is a sample size and will always be changing. Government funded without their intervention.
Noteworthy..I have produced 2 male offspring(there may be more). My brother has produced one female. So, ladies, take that into consideration for future family planning. Im fairly certain my brother will go along with this test.
It's been nice knowing you all, adios amigos!!
It takes 24 hours for sperm to mature.
 

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Were/white is the only color that's racist...just ask any color!
 

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Americans (then) were more afraid of oppressive government than Indians, wilderness, frost bite, starvation, you name it.

They believed gov should fear the people/ not that people should fear the tyranny of a few ruling elites.

Of course this concept applied to a moral-based cohesive society.

(Initially white puritans fleeing Anglican persecution)

Research our history (and do it before they rewrite it) and be amazed at all that went into founding this Republic dating back to the Magna Carta.

We may have taken it for granted, I know I did, until about the last 10 years.
 
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I maybe one of 100 whites in the city I hang out in now. The 100 I think is generous. My town in the USA well it is not really a town. Think it is unorganized plantation type thing and like 91.9 percent white. I like it here being one of a few more than my town in USA. It could be just my Asian girlfriend here:-)
 

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Americans (then) were more afraid of oppressive government than Indians, wilderness, frost bite, starvation, you name it.

They believed gov should fear the people/ not that people should fear the tyranny of a few ruling elites.

Of course this concept applied to a moral-based cohesive society.

(Initially white puritans fleeing Anglican persecution)

Research our history (and do it before they rewrite it) and be amazed at all that went into founding this Republic dating back to the Magna Carta.

We may have taken it for granted, I know I did, until about the last 10 years.
They all seem to have forgot. My older sister and I went basically to the same schools took same type classes. Some how she learned nothing about the founding of our state and the USA? We are Irish the people have been sold into slavery, starved to death but all the females hate guns?
 

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heres what ive come to after a lot of thought. its a lot harder to survive in a cold climate than a warm one. what must you have to do to make it through the winter? you must plan ahead. in a warm country you dont have to worry about consuming vast amounts of food to maintain your body heat. to make it through the cold requires a great deal of intelligence. storing foods, hunting game. in a warm climate shit grows everywhere. you dont need to eat as much. here is reason why the white people are fucking the mule and everyone else is standing around holding the tail. our whole system is based on the surviving the cold weather. save for the future. put away for a rainy day. the other countries live for the moment. a friend of mine has a small massage business in costa rica. she says everytime she pays her workers they disappear until their money is gone. the bible was written in a warm climate. "rejoice in the day the Lord hath made"! heres a good youtube by a professor who knows and has studied some african languages.
no words for the future. no words detailing exactness. it took thousands of years for us to develop specific to our regions. then you take and ship people all around the world and expect them to live as equals together. sorry that doesnt work. not only culture wise but how one looks at a situation. we are rich because we run the show. wealth gives choices and the ability to put your hardships (responsibilities)on others through payments. poor dont have any choices except to screw. no birth control, more people. the countries who arent reproducing are rich. henceforth their demise!
 

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r/K selection theory

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A North Atlantic right whale with solitary calf. Whale reproduction follows a K-selection strategy, with few offspring, long gestation, long parental care, and a long period until sexual maturity.

In ecology, r/K selection theory relates to the selection of combinations of traits in an organism that trade off between quantity and quality of offspring. The focus on either an increased quantity of offspring at the expense of individual parental investment of r-strategists, or on a reduced quantity of offspring with a corresponding increased parental investment of K-strategists, varies widely, seemingly to promote success in particular environments.
The terminology of r/K-selection was coined by the ecologists Robert MacArthur and E. O. Wilson in 1967[1] based on their work on island biogeography;[2] although the concept of the evolution of life history strategies has a longer history[3] (see e.g. plant strategies).
The theory was popular in the 1970s and 1980s, when it was used as a heuristic device, but lost importance in the early 1990s, when it was criticized by several empirical studies.[4][5] A life-history paradigm has replaced the r/K selection paradigm but continues to incorporate many of its important themes.[6]

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Overview


A litter of mice with their mother. The reproduction of mice follows an r-selection strategy, with many offspring, short gestation, less parental care, and a short time until sexual maturity.

In r/K selection theory, selective pressures are hypothesised to drive evolution in one of two generalized directions: r- or K-selection.[1] These terms, r and K, are drawn from standard ecological algebra as illustrated in the simplified Verhulst model of population dynamics:[7]

d N d t = r N ( 1 − N K ) {\displaystyle {\frac {dN}{dt}}=rN\left(1-{\frac {N}{K}}\right)}



where N is the population, r is the maximum growth rate, K is the carrying capacity of the local environment, and dN/dt, the derivative of N with respect to time t, is the rate of change in population with time. Thus, the equation relates the growth rate of the population N to the current population size, incorporating the effect of the two constant parameters r and K. (Note that decrease is negative growth.) The choice of the letter K came from the German Kapazitätsgrenze (capacity limit), while r came from rate.
r-selection
r-selected species are those that emphasize high growth rates, typically exploit less-crowded ecological niches, and produce many offspring, each of which has a relatively low probability of surviving to adulthood (i.e., high r, low K).[8] A typical r species is the dandelion (genus Taraxacum).
In unstable or unpredictable environments, r-selection predominates due to the ability to reproduce rapidly. There is little advantage in adaptations that permit successful competition with other organisms, because the environment is likely to change again. Among the traits that are thought to characterize r-selection are high fecundity, small body size, early maturity onset, short generation time, and the ability to disperse offspring widely.
Organisms whose life history is subject to r-selection are often referred to as r-strategists or r-selected. Organisms that exhibit r-selected traits can range from bacteria and diatoms, to insects and grasses, to various semelparous cephalopods and small mammals, particularly rodents. As with K-selection, below, the r/K paradigm (Differential K theory) has controversially been associated with human behavior and separately evolved populations.
K-selection


A Bald eagle, an individual of a typical K-strategist species. K-strategists have longer life expectancies, produce relatively fewer offspring and tend to be altricial, requiring extensive care by parents when young.

By contrast, K-selected species display traits associated with living at densities close to carrying capacity and typically are strong competitors in such crowded niches that invest more heavily in fewer offspring, each of which has a relatively high probability of surviving to adulthood (i.e., low r, high K). In scientific literature, r-selected species are occasionally referred to as "opportunistic" whereas K-selected species are described as "equilibrium".[8]
In stable or predictable environments, K-selection predominates as the ability to compete successfully for limited resources is crucial and populations of K-selected organisms typically are very constant in number and close to the maximum that the environment can bear (unlike r-selected populations, where population sizes can change much more rapidly).
Traits that are thought to be characteristic of K-selection include large body size, long life expectancy, and the production of fewer offspring, which often require extensive parental care until they mature. Organisms whose life history is subject to K-selection are often referred to as K-strategists or K-selected.[9] Organisms with K-selected traits include large organisms such as elephants, humans, and whales, but also smaller, long-lived organisms such as Arctic terns,[10] parrots and eagles.

Characters r-Selection k-Selection Environment Unstable and unpredictable Stable and predictable Mortality rate Density independent and High Density dependent and low Population size High and below the carrying capacity Low and near the carrying capacity Survivorship curve Type III Type I and II Selection favours Rapid development, Small size, Slow development, Large size Life span Short Longer Parental Care Low High
Continuous spectrum
Although some organisms are identified as primarily r- or K-strategists, the majority of organisms do not follow this pattern. For instance, trees have traits such as longevity and strong competitiveness that characterise them as K-strategists. In reproduction, however, trees typically produce thousands of offspring and disperse them widely, traits characteristic of r-strategists.[11]
Similarly, reptiles such as sea turtles display both r- and K-traits: although sea turtles are large organisms with long lifespans (provided they reach adulthood), they produce large numbers of unnurtured offspring.
The r/K dichotomy can be re-expressed as a continuous spectrum using the economic concept of discounted future returns, with r-selection corresponding to large discount rates and K-selection corresponding to small discount rates.[12]
Ecological succession
In areas of major ecological disruption or sterilisation (such as after a major volcanic eruption, as at Krakatoa or Mount Saint Helens), r- and K-strategists play distinct roles in the ecological succession that regenerates the ecosystem. Because of their higher reproductive rates and ecological opportunism, primary colonisers typically are r-strategists and they are followed by a succession of increasingly competitive flora and fauna. The ability of an environment to increase energetic content, through photosynthetic capture of solar energy, increases with the increase in complex biodiversity as r species proliferate to reach a peak possible with K strategies.[13]
Eventually a new equilibrium is approached (sometimes referred to as a climax community), with r-strategists gradually being replaced by K-strategists which are more competitive and better adapted to the emerging micro-environmental characteristics of the landscape. Traditionally, biodiversity was considered maximized at this stage, with introductions of new species resulting in the replacement and local extinction of endemic species.[14] However, the Intermediate Disturbance Hypothesis posits that intermediate levels of disturbance in a landscape create patches at different levels of succession, promoting coexistence of colonizers and competitors at the regional scale.
Application
While usually applied at the level of species, r/K selection theory is also useful in studying the evolution of ecological and life history differences between subspecies, for instance the African honey bee, A. m. scutellata, and the Italian bee, A. m. ligustica.[15] At the other end of the scale, it has also been used to study the evolutionary ecology of whole groups of organisms, such as bacteriophages.[16]
Some researchers, such as Lee Ellis, J. Philippe Rushton, and Aurelio José Figueredo, have applied r/K selection theory to various human behaviors, including crime,[17] sexual promiscuity, fertility, IQ, and other traits related to life history theory.[18][19] Rushton's work resulted in him developing "differential K theory" to attempt to explain many variations in human behavior across geographic areas, a theory which has been criticized by many other researchers.[19][20] Other researchers have proposed that the evolution of human inflammatory responses is related to r/K selection.[21]
Status
Although r/K selection theory became widely used during the 1970s,[22][23][24][25] it also began to attract more critical attention.[26][27][28][29] In particular, a review by the ecologist Stephen C. Stearns drew attention to gaps in the theory, and to ambiguities in the interpretation of empirical data for testing it.[30]
In 1981, a review of the r/K selection literature by Parry demonstrated that there was no agreement among researchers using the theory about the definition of r- and K-selection, which led him to question whether the assumption of a relation between reproductive expenditure and packaging of offspring was justified.[31] A 1982 study by Templeton and Johnson showed that in a population of Drosophila mercatorum under K-selection the population actually produced a higher frequency of traits typically associated with r-selection.[32] Several other studies contradicting the predictions of r/K selection theory were also published between 1977 and 1994.[33][34][35][36]
When Stearns reviewed the status of the theory in 1992,[37] he noted that from 1977 to 1982 there was an average of 42 references to the theory per year in the BIOSIS literature search service, but from 1984 to 1989 the average dropped to 16 per year and continued to decline. He concluded that r/K theory was a once useful heuristic that no longer serves a purpose in life history theory.[38]
More recently, the panarchy theories of adaptive capacity and resilience promoted by C. S. Holling and Lance Gunderson have revived interest in the theory, and use it as a way of integrating social systems, economics and ecology.[39]
Writing in 2002, Reznick and colleagues reviewed the controversy regarding r/K selection theory and concluded that:

The distinguishing feature of the r- and K-selection paradigm was the focus on density-dependent selection as the important agent of selection on organisms' life histories. This paradigm was challenged as it became clear that other factors, such as age-specific mortality, could provide a more mechanistic causative link between an environment and an optimal life history (Wilbur et al. 1974;[26] Stearns 1976,[40] 1977[30]). The r- and K-selection paradigm was replaced by new paradigm that focused on age-specific mortality (Stearns, 1976;[40] Charlesworth, 1980[41]). This new life-history paradigm has matured into one that uses age-structured models as a framework to incorporate many of the themes important to the rK paradigm.
— Reznick, Bryant and Bashey, 2002[6]
See also
References

Charlesworth, B. (1980). Evolution in age structured populations. Cambridge, UK: Camb