Francis Fukuyama, Walter Russell Mead, and Robert Kagan appear on Canadian television to debate whether Black Run America (BRA) is still the land of the future.
The latest Rasmussen poll shows that 41 percent of Americans believe that America’s best days are in the future. 43 percent believe America’s best days are in the past. 17 percent are undecided.
We can definitively answer that question: NO.
(1) First, we know that changing racial demographics means that greater and greater swathes of America are taking on the complexion of Detroit and Los Angeles. We know that the American political class is determined to sink America like the Titanic on the iceberg of racial differences.
(2) Second, we know that the growth of “diversity” (which is falsely advertised as our greatest strength) will inexorably make our political system more and more dysfunctional, which means the government will be less and less capable of responding to major challenges.
(3) Third, we know that the rotten dominant culture is unsustainable in the long run and will continue to undermine the competitiveness of America’s human capital relative to other advanced industrialized nations, which will only exacerbate the problem of changing racial demographics.
(4) Fourth, we have seen of decade of the status quo on the energy front, which gives us no reason to believe that America is capable of responding to the challenge of Peak Oil as the problem begins to spiral out of control.
(5) Fifth, we have seen that the financial system is institutionally incapable of reforming itself, and that the incestuous relationship between Washington and Wall Street means that it won’t be reformed until it is toppled in a systemic crisis.
(6) Sixth, the aging of the White population (while not as serious as the problem facing Europe) and the youthfulness of the non-White population will further undermine America’s economic growth.
No, America is not the land of the future. It is already obvious to even the dullest sectors of the White population that America is now in terminal decline. We are headed into a world that is older, poorer, more diverse, and energy scarce.
The zero sum world is arriving on schedule as expected. There is going to be a crack up when that bitch called reality sufficiently diverges from our expectations of the future. It will not be pretty.
Note: The reality based paradigm assumes that Obama speeches will prove to be unresponsive to these identifiable problems. Hence, the popularity of dystopian movies and television shows like The Hunger Games and The Walking Dead.