The Community Organizer Didn’t Much Like that Old America.

animosity against white race

“I found a solace in nursing a pervasive sense of grievance
and animosity against my mother’s race [i.e. Whites].”
–Attributed to B.H. Obama

It’s finally happened.

A unilateral declaration of amnesty for “some” of the USA’s teeming millions of illegals, courtesy of B.H. Obama, acting alone but with many accessories before the fact.

Pat Buchanan writes:

[At times like this,] we seem less a nation than some mammoth Mall of America. An economy, but not a country.

Running in 2008, Obama said he intended to become a “transformational president.” With this decision [to grant amnesty to illegal immigrants], he succeeds. He has accelerated and ensured the remaking of America. Now when the wives and children of the illegals arrive, and their extended families apply for and receive visas, and bring their wives and children, we will become the Third World country of Obama’s dream, no more a Western nation.

But then the community organizer did not much like that old America.

Buchanan is right. It really does come down to this. No other analysis is ultimately needed. (If you want analysis, see Brett Stevens’ “Democracy Has Failed” published today.)

Obama also knows there will be a multiplier effect as Steve Sailer points out:

How is officially rewarding illegal alien parents for having produced anchor babies going to discourage the production of future anchor babies?

But Steve, (we might say), of course Obama wants to encourage the production of future anchor babies. Obama’s is a war against the Core America.

“There is no core of America,” we hear. Of course, at some level all of us know that there is, just as there is an enthnocultural-core to every nation. No, it’s not as a “black or white” issue (to use a particularly unuseful analogy for this case) but more of a “core vs. fringe” one. Steve Sailer’s reconceptualization of the Democratic Party, as it exists in this century, as “a party of and for the Fringe(s) against the Core” is instructive here.

See the analysis done on detailed voting patterns by race and religious identification, done here in 2012:

See also Counter Currents’ “Can We Stop Pretending Yet?” published this week by Gregory Hood.

[E]ach state has a “core” population that gives its character to the state. For the United States, it is the White Anglo Saxon Protestant founding population that answered Samuel Huntington’s question, Who Are We?, with the larger European population assimilating into this basic type.

Obama’s amnesty represents something rarely seen – a formal acknowledgement that the “state” is turning against the “nation.”

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3 Responses to The Community Organizer Didn’t Much Like that Old America.

  1. Bo says:

    A fact checker says that “I found a solace in nursing a pervasive sense of grievance and animosity against my mother’s race” is not a real quote from Barack O.

    This quote was created by Steve Sailer. It was a summary of the spirit of one passage in the Barack autobiog.

    Can’t believe its 2012 and the only published Sailer book is the 2008 attack on the Obama book. …

  2. Adam Smith says:

    Greetings, Mr. Hail,

    A similar quote does appear in an unfavorable review of “Dreams from My Father” that was published in the March 2007 issue of The American Conservative. But the words are those of the reviewer, Steve Sailer, not Obama.

    Steve Sailer: “He inherited his father’s penetrating intelligence; was raised mostly by his loving liberal white grandparents in multiracial, laid-back Hawaii, where America’s normal race rules never applied; and received a superb private school education. And yet, at least through age 33 when he wrote Dreams from My Father, he found solace in nursing a pervasive sense of grievance and animosity against his mother’s race.

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