The US media has produced a flood of articles this year predicting a “blue wave” of Democratic electoral success which will wash away the Republican majorities in both houses of Congress. This prediction is surely based in part upon the media’s well-documented and all too often transparent liberal bias. But it also rests upon the Democrats’ better than anticipated showing in special elections to fill empty congressional seats leading up to the midterm elections this fall.
However, as Selena Zito of the New York Post explains in a recent article, this is a poor basis to make such a forecast:
House special elections don’t usually predict a party’s fate in the midterms. The Democrats lost all their special elections leading up to the 2006 midterms only to flip the House by 30 seats; four years later the Republicans lost all their special elections going into the 2010 midterms — and went on to trounce the Democrats by winning 63 seats back.
That said, we know from demographic data that a giant wave is definitely coming. That wave is racially brown, comprised largely of non-White immigrants, as well as, non-Southern transplants. Politically, the wave is deep blue, with these immigrants heavily siding with liberal Democrats over conservative Republicans.
What we do not know is exactly when the wave will crash upon States such as Georgia, Texas and Florida, flipping them from red to blue and dooming the Republicans to permanent minority status at the Federal level of government. But the wave is moving fast and has already struck land in northern Virginia, central North Carolina, southern Florida and southern Texas. These areas, once as culturally Southern and politically conservative as the rest of Dixie, are now demographically heavily non-Southern and politically liberal. Virginia, former capital of the Confederate States of America, is now represented in the US Senate by Democratic liberals from Indiana (Mark Warner) and Minnesota (Tim Kaine). Sadly, the Old Dominion is firmly in the hands of Democrats, while Florida and North Carolina are now swing States that are trending in the Democrats’ direction.
While we do not know whether the full impact of the wave will hit this year, in 2020 or sometime thereafter, we can make good predictions about the destructiveness of it based upon the experiences of other conservative White-governed countries, which fell politically to Left-wing non-White forces. The outlook is extremely negative if one values Southern heritage, traditional Anglo-Saxon liberty or Christian-based social norms. The entirety of our identity, values, historical rights, symbolism and even our genetic survival will come under a ferocious and sustained attack.
Debates about whether the wave will hit this fall or in a few years are mostly a waste of time. What is certain is that we must have a plan to survive the coming wave and eventually come out on top in our territory. At some point, there must be a Southern nationalist state in Dixie where our people, values, symbols, faith and future take priority. How do we get there? Afrikaners faced a dire situation and opted to build their own little ethno-community in the countryside far from the major cities of South Africa. That required organization, fund-raising, the establishment of a corporation to oversee the community and a few decades of effort to build and grow it. This is one option. We have some highly intelligent people on our side in this struggle and surely they can come up with other alternatives. But whatever direction we take, the time is now to get serious and take action to survive the deadly wave bearing down upon us.