Forget the Alamo, Its Over For The Anglos

Texas will soon be a part of Mexico. It was invaded. The invaders took root there. They grew in number, and they bred, and they made use of the tolerance and generosity of the Anglos, and they took Texas from them. Or maybe the Anglos gave Texas to them. Hard to be certain of what occurred really, but the men who died at the Alamo would probably have a view on it if they were to come back. Only a matter of time now before the “Hispanics” elect their own representatives and then vote to secede, and I don’t know what would happen then. I don’t know, it just seems hard to avoid the conclusion that a people who will not fight for their own culture and heritage deserve to be conquered. Deserve everything that befalls them.

The Texas Politics blog reports Texas demographer Steve Murdock, former U.S. Census Bureau director and now director of the Hobby Center for the Study of Texas at Rice University.-

“It’s basically over for Anglos. Two of every three Texas children are now non-Anglo and the trend line will become even more pronounced in the future. Today’s Texas population can be divided into two groups. One is an old and aging Anglo and the other is young and minority. Between 2000 and 2040, the state’s public school enrollment will see a 15 percent decline in Anglo children while Hispanic children will make up a 213 percent increase.

The state’s largest county – Harris – will shed Anglos throughout the coming decades. By 2040, Harris County will have about 516, 000 fewer Anglos than lived in the Houston area in 2000, while the number of Hispanics will increase by 2.5 million during the same period. The projection assumes a net migration rate equal to one-half of 1990-2000.

Most of the state’s population growth is natural. About 22 percent of the growth comes from people moving to Texas from other states. About 6 percent of the state’s population is not documented. By 2040, only 20 percent of the state’s public school enrollment will be Anglo. Last year, non-Hispanic white children made up 33.3 percent of the state’s 4.8 million public school enrollment.

Of the state’s 254 counties, 79 recorded declining population during the past 20 years. All are rural. An additional 30 Texas counties, he said, would have also lost population had they not experienced Hispanic growth. The state’s future looks bleak (assuming the current trend line does not change) because education and income levels for Hispanics lag considerably behind Anglos.

Unless the trend line changes, 30 percent of the state’s labor force will not have even a high school diploma by 2040, and the average household income will be about $6,500 lower than it was in 2000. That figure is not inflation adjusted so it will be worse than what it sounds. It’s a terrible situation that you are in. I am worried.”

He’s worried?? I’d say its a bit damn late for worry. Look at Texas, and drink the scene in, for it is one that will be repeated where ever it is allowed to be. And when the invaders own your towns and cities, don’t ever expect them to treat you and your wives and daughters with the magnanimity you once showed them. Prepare to be third class citizens in a country you gave up far too easily.

13 thoughts on “Forget the Alamo, Its Over For The Anglos

  1. And one can of course write the same for the muslim invasion into Europe (or the Romano or Polish invasions for that matter). As said, a culture that refuses to defend itself will be overtaken, albeit that the question of ‘defending’ is not raised; in fact, the question of ‘culture’ has been conceded before the issue of defending has even come into focus. It seems that only harsh measures may turn the tide, but such will undeniably be felt to be too “extremist” to the severely blunted populace. Game over indeed.

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  2. Yep! The Western Judeo-Christian “White” Civilisation is literally committing cultural suicide. By allowing uncontrolled immigration and disincentivising white births and the traditional family unit (mum, dad and kids), the “White” West has written its own obituary …

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  3. Bez,

    What do you mean, “Polish invasions”? Poland is part of Europe. It’s right there, in central Europe and has defended European civilisation from Islamic expansion and Communist expansion in the past. Are Poles not European? Are we some sort of alien culture???

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  4. Lucia, no misunderstanding about the location or role of Poland historically and/or more recently. Nevertheless, and sorry to hurt your feelings, but a couple of decades of communism have had the result that the Polish have culturally and economically diverged substantially from “other Europeans” (recognizing the basic idiocy of that assertion, but alas). I realize it may be hard, but if you were to ask the average (North) European, the Polish do not have a good reputation at all, and are being looked upon as cultural invaders rather than as fellow Europeans. Much of this is (in)directly the result of EU policy, which results in many individual Polish seeking economic progress in other countries rather than reforming and improving Poland itself.

    In the end, the whole idea of multi-culturalism (which was by the way never a tenet of the EU) is simply bankrupt, and a EU of economically cooperating, but culturally and economically separate and politically sovereign entities would have been a much better model, and one to which inevitably will be returned.

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  5. Bez,
    Read James Micheners’ ‘Poland’,excellent book. Truely a nation that’s been buggered about by all the continental powers.

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  6. Bez,

    Apparently, the Polish did not have a good reputation after WW2 either. Having outstayed their welcome in Britain , despite having helped win the war (a welcome that only lasted while they were useful), there were many signs up saying, “Poles go home”.

    It was more than a couple of decades of communism. And who do you think brought communism down? The reality is, the Poles make the western Europeans uncomfortable. And they are Catholic, much like the Hispanics.

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  7. Lucia, thanks for those links. They clearly make my point, and it’s not one that’ll be resolved by governments forcing multi-culti on their populations (even if they actually could do that).

    By the way, it wasn’t the Polish that brought communism down (quite apart from the question whether it has actually been brought down). While Polish (or rather some of them, you know who I mean) played an important role, you oversimplify to the extreme.

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  8. In my past six months in the UK, I haven’t heard much in the way of grumbling at Poles who have immigrated to Britain in recent years. The Poles are usually seen as a honest hardworking bunch.
    Now, as for those Romanian gypsies!

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  9. Bez,

    If those links clearly make your point, then your point is ridiculous.

    The French problem with the Polish plumber for instance. At the time of writing, there was this big outcry on the number of Polish plumbers in France taking all the jobs. Except they weren’t taking all the jobs. There were only 150 Polish plumbers in France at that time. France was short 6,000 plumbers. In other words, there weren’t enough plumbers of any sort, let alone Polish plumbers in France to fill the demand. Yet somehow, the Polish plumber represented the problem with imigrants.

    Looks like the real problem was that there weren’t enough immigrants.

    The other thing that was happening at the time was a real problem with Muslim immigrants. They were rioting, burning cars and blocking streets. Yet, the Polish plumber represents the immigrant problem! That’s cowardice if I ever saw it where you point the finger at the peaceful, productive, ambitious types because you are too afraid to have the barbarians come after you if you name them.

    The only “bad reputation” the Poles have in Europe in various countries is that there might be too many of them for comfort. Apart from that, I have not heard of massive numbers of Poles being supported by welfare or rioting, burning cars or harassing and raping women. And the thing with people who have experienced real communism, they tend to resist the more soft communism that has been sneaking into Western European countries. They recognise it for what it is. Now, that’s going to hurt.

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