Chauncey DeVega’s recent article for Salon.com describes President Donald Trump as “the white nationalist in chief of the United States” who is fighting to make America a “white man’s country” once again. DeVega, a podcaster and self-described “ghetto nerd,” has some interesting thoughts on US history which seem to heavily influence his world view. He rightly notes that pro-White immigration and social policies, which he describes as “repugnant values,” are “not deviations from the country’s trajectory.” He recognizes that “America has been a white republic for most of its history.” Indeed, all of the signers of the Declaration of Independence and the US Constitution were White men. Citizenship was reserved for only Whites as the founding stock of the country in both the North and South. As late as 1960 the USA was 88% White, with the vast majority of that population being native born. Only since the Immigration and Naturalization Act of 1965, campaigned aggressively for by Democrat presidents Kennedy and Johnson, has the assumption that Americans are a European people been called into question as the flood gates to the teeming masses of impoverished Third World people has been thrown open. DeVega, who appears to be a mulatto, seems to recognize this. And yet, DeVega not only condemns policies which favor the founding stock and majority population of the country, but goes so far as to claim that “black and brown people built America.” So, the country was not built by the nearly 90% of the population who actually created its government and gave it their language, religion, legal system and culture? He strangely claims that “black and brown people are the quintessential Americans.” So, the small minority of racial aliens who played no role in creating the US government and were denied citizenship are somehow the “quintessential Americans”? As weird as this claim is though DeVega goes even further, claiming that “The United States is a mulatto society, not a white nation.” By the numbers mulattoes such as DeVega are a tiny portion of the over-all population. Due to forced-racial integration of schools, neighborhoods and businesses starting in the 1950s and 60s and a relentless campaign by a mostly alien-controlled Leftist media mixed-race relationships and children are indeed on the rise. However, they are not the norm. Mulattoes are more prevalent now than at any time in US history and yet they are still a tiny portion of the population.
DeVega’s understanding of America as a “white republic” now led by a “white nationalist in chief” which has for most of its history favored policies which are pro-White clearly conflicts with his claims that non-Whites are the most America, that non-Whites built America and that this is a mulatto nation. Perhaps DeVega, emotionally invested in the recent presidential race and focused as always on racial agitation against White people, is simply projecting. He seems to be a well-educated man who knows enough history not to claim that America has long been a multiracial melting pot. He surely knows that the USA is not like Cape Verde, where most of the people are mulatto. He must know that the vast majority of the population here mostly byilt the country. But this doesn’t square with his own non-White identity and desire to advocate for his racial group. And so we get articles like this which are full of conflicting statements on race, history and national identity.