https://republicstandard.com/unmaking-w ... graveyard/
“Our current immigration policies will make the United States a poorer, grimmer, more dangerous country for everyone. Hispanics expect to gain increasing power by increasing their numbers, but they will find they have gained power in a country that increasingly resembles the failed nations from which they thought they had escaped. It is in everyone’s interests to cut immigration close to zero.”-Jared Taylor
It’s far more cost-effective to keep the customers you have than to continuously recruit new ones. This fundamental and common-sense business axiom is jettisoned when it comes to citizens of a country, however. Newsweek seems to think America getting “less white” will save it from itself, but all it will do is further fragment a society running perilously low on common ties to bind. We have for some reason decided that “diversity” is an intrinsic good without ever stopping to interrogate that notion. Let me be clear: diversity for its own sake is fundamentally irrational. By all metrics it damages and fractures any community, state, or even country so “enriched” by it, and yet it has become one of the central deities of the Leftist pantheon, as uncritically interrogated as you would expect for an ideology demanding blind faith.
In fact, open borders has so cheapened the meaning of “citizenship” there is no incentive whatsoever to become Americanized
Central to the push for “diversity” is an immigration policy that seeks to bring as many people whose civilizational outlooks are diametrically opposed to ours as possible in order to imbue what was a previously moribund culture with the vibrancy of long-eradicated diseases, crime, mistrust, dysfunction, and societal breakdown. For Victor Davis Hanson:
The more non-Westerners abandon their homelands and flee to the West—especially en masse and illegally—the more these immigrants ironically seek to replicate in their new country the very cultural conditions they forsook. All immigrants from time immemorial are naturally schizophrenic about their homelands—they romanticize their country of origin in the abstract, while experiencing relief that their new home is not like the old one they abandoned.
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