Needless to say, the people will have to make their voices and power heard but there is a groundswell. The major enemy of this potential trend towards solutions will be fought by the usual enemies, with all the power they can bear, legal or otherwise. We all know this. But some of the positive aspects of the article are worth taking to heart.
June 3, 2017
However,there’s something very differentgoing on this time around.
I think that the political landscape in America is going to be drifting towards conservatism for the next 20-40 years. Though it may not be identical to what we view as conservative today, and it certainly won’t be the phony neoconservatism that dominated the past, it will be right-wing nonetheless. Here’s why:
Ed Noor: The most obvious to be put to pasture is Talmudist and enforcer of the Noahide Laws regarding multiple forms of sexual debauchery and deviancy, Ruth Bader Ginsberg.
If Trump lasts two terms, we’re definitely going to see a Supreme Court that is dominated by conservatives for the next 20-30 years. So even when liberals take back Congress and the presidency on occasion, many of their most radical ideas won’t be able to take hold for many years.
But just as our nation’s political landscape tends to swing back and forth between the Left and the Right, so too does number of immigrants in America. In the short term, we can expect people like Trump to restrict the border and maybe pass laws that will decrease immigration to some degree.
But there’s a long term trend to consider as well, because the election of Trump likely represents a turning point for our society. Considering how crucial his immigration stance was to his victory, it’s clear that a growing number of Americans want the border tightened up, and the number of immigrants moving here to decrease. And rest assured that in the near future, there will be more conservatives voting for politicians who will try to lower immigration rates, because…
ED Noor: As a child of the hippie generation and 1950’s feminism, I grew up with the most liberal of values which I allowed to distort my life irreversibly, embracing my rocker style rebelliousness and hippity-dippity attitudes. It was not just over a decade ago that I returned to sanity (thanks in part to Henry Makow’s timely Save the Males blog).
My children, raised under liberal me, now Millennials full grown, take me to task and tell me I am not the mother who raised them now that I have returned some of the more conservative attitudes of my younger years before being, basically, Talmudized. I just tell them that I am aging and realize my father was right in so many things. That hushes them with disbelief and gives them enormous pause for thought. I fear they are in for some rude awakenings.
ED Noor: What else would or could you expect of gays, transgendered or whatever, when it comes to birthrates? Raise the cost of living, make heterosexual Whites feel guilty for existing, financially break them so that they don’t breed due to artificially high expectations. Encourage “exotic” adoptions from distant nations, just like Angelina, Madonna and Sandra Bullock. See: White Births Matter.
All of the states with a birth rate of 60 or less per 1000 people are liberal, and all of the states with a birth rate of 70 or more per 1000 people are conservative. That may not sound drastic, but consider that these states still have a sizeable mix of conservatives and liberals. Even the most liberal states have millions of conservative residents and vice versa, which offsets the results. If ideology is really driving birth rates, then liberals are probably having very few children. They’re probably not reaching the minimum replacement rate of 2.1 children per mother.
Coincidentally, the fields of study that harbor the most liberal professors, are the ones that don’t help most students get jobs, like the arts, humanities, liberal arts, gender studies, etc. Someday soon, colleges are going to be forced to trim the fat, and many of these Marxist professors and diversity administrators are going to get the axe. Their positions are incredibly superfluous.
ED Noor: The arts used to be valuable and enlightening. Sadly they have been hijacked and what is taught in many schools does not remotely resemble the arts studies of decades past.
ED Noor: Examples of crazy course include Berkley's "Queer Translation," which focuses on the viewpoints of current events, as well as the travel patterns of "queers." Another such second course is called Black Nationalism, which is about the development of "black socialism."