We are following in the footsteps of Rhodesia and South Africa.
by James Buchanan
November 4th 2008 is a day that will live in infamy. Decades of multi-cultural brainwashing by the Jewish-controlled media, politically correct public schools and Marxist-controlled universities has resulted in the election of Barack Hussein Obama, the first mixed race president in the history of the United States. Our leftist-controlled courts refused to look into whether Obama was born in Kenya as three of his African relatives claim. The Founding Fathers did not consider Blacks worthy of US citizenship and the Constitution counted each Black slave as 3/5ths of a person for purposes of determining how many representatives each state would have.
So the Founding Fathers never wanted Blacks to be citizens or hold office in the new American Republic. Where did things go wrong? The Civil War was the first great step in the wrong direction. Instead of allowing the Southern states to secede peacefully from what they saw as a tyranical federal government, Abraham Lincoln decided to provoke a war with the South so he would not go down in history as the president who lost the southern states. After a bloody fratricidal war to protect Lincoln’s ego and legacy, the North crushed any hope the South had for freedom. The post-war period of Reconstruction saw the Republican Party spitefully making citizens out of ex-slaves and allowing these half-animals to rule over the White people of the South in one of the most shameful periods in US history. The North then passed the Fourteenth Amendment which declared that anyone born in the US would be a US citizen. This was done to make citizens out of all the ex-slaves so they could vote Republican. The Fourteenth Amendment watered down the requirements for citizenship so badly that now we have a population of almost 40 million Latinos, virtually all of whom or their ancestors entered the US illegally. Ironically, the descendants of the ex-slaves just voted the Republican Party out of the White House.
We are going down exactly the same road that the White people of Rhodesia and South Africa willingly went down. At least, they started down the road willingly and then quickly discovered that they had no choice –that the teeming masses of non-Whites would endlessly elect one Socialist Black president after another, who then stole their wealth and land and gave it to the non-Whites.
The only good thing about any of this is that we still have a White majority. We may still be able to wake up the White people of America and eliminate the Jewish controlled two-party system and replace it with a pro-White party if only White people realize how disastrous a Black-run government will be for them and how sinister the Jewish wire-pullers are who control our two-party system and mainstream media.
The 2008 election saw the first REAL threats of violence by the Blacks if the election did not go their way. We are descending into the same chaotic conditions of Haiti and most African nations where post-election violence is to be expected. We escaped it this election since Obama won. What if next election, White people decide that Obama has made things worse and he is voted out of power? How many of our cities will go up in flames and how many innocent White people will be shot dead in the streets because the United States is literally turning into a Third World nation?
Did the Racist Vote Decide Yesterday’s U.S. Presidential Elections?
By Filip van Laenen
For months, the media has been been whining about the Bradley effect that could have spoiled Barack Obama’s victory in yesterday’s presidential elections. Basically, the Bradley effect says that when there are two candidates, one white and one black, a significant number of whites intends to vote for the black candidate and says so too when asked by a pollster, but nevertheless, once in the voting booth they vote for the white candidate. Racism! But where’s the outcry about 95% of African-Americans voting for Barack Obama, clearly a racist vote?
Let’s just do the numbers. If we say that people not influenced by the candidate’s race tend to vote 50/50 for Barack Obama and John McCain, then for every five African-American votes for Barack Obama, there should be five African-American votes for John McCain, and the rest is influenced by race. Thus 90% of all African-Americans casted a racist vote yesterday. Considering that the African-Americans represent about 13.4% of the United States’ population, assume 10% of the votes are African-American, then 90% of those 10% make up 9% of the total number of votes. If these voters hadn’t been influenced by race, they would break 4.5% to Barack Obama and 4.5% to John McCain. Correct the popular vote for these numbers, at the time of this writing 52% for Barack Obama and 46% for John McCain, and the popular vote becomes only 47.5% for Barack Obama and 50.5% for John McCain, clearly suggesting John McCain would have won the election in number of electoral voters too.
Of course, I expect to see a huge outcry over this in the media the coming days, with lots of analyses about how racist some parts of the United States’ electorate have become, maybe even some demonstrations and many strong condemnations from all anti-racist organizations all over the world. Don’t you?
Edited to add: Of course, African-Americans traditionally vote Democratic. In 2004, John Kerry received 85% of the black votes, but in 2000 Al Gore received 90%, who received more than Bill Clinton in 1996 and 1992. If we take 90% as the baseline, 5 votes for John McCain imply 45 votes for Barack Obama, still leaving 50% of the African-American votes to be influenced by the candidate’s race, or 5.0% of the total number of votes. Corrected for this number, and breaking this number into 90% and 10%, the popular vote becomes 51.5% for Barack Obama and 46.5% for John McCain.
These calculations do not account for another effect that might have played a role: black voters who otherwise wouldn’t have bothered registering to vote this year primarily because of Barack Obama’s race. A jump in the participation by the African-Americans in these elections compared to previous elections would indicate this.
Anyway, we would still be talking about 50% of the African-American votes voting for one candidate primarily based on the candidate’s race.