According to mainstream conservative icon US President Ronald Reagan Americans are “people from every corner of the world” who love freedom. They “Leave their own land, leave their friends and countrymen” and come to this land of magic dirt, a “great land” of “mysticism.”
Another mainstream conservative Jeb Bush echoed those globalist ideas in explaining, “We should be a welcoming nation. Our identity is not based on race or ethnicity. It’s based on a set of shared ideas. That is the essence of American citizenship.”
This same concept was recently proclaimed by CNN host and New York liberal Chris Cuomo in his attack upon Rep. Steve King. Cuomo argued that King’s statement that Western Civilization can not be maintained with other people’s babies was racist and went against the basic values of American universalism. He invoked Reagan’s magic dirt theory that anyone who lives in the borders of the USA is transformed into an American. Cuomo insisted that all groups people are the same and argued emotionally that objecting to the replacement of Whites with non-Whites is anti-American.
THE GOOD NEWS
In light of this, I looked at the numbers today and found that the human population on earth is roughly 7.5 billion people. This has to be exciting to Cuomo and Bush. It means that the potential American population is 7.5 billion people. In fact, China and India both have around 1.3 billion people just waiting to become Americans. Millions of Indians and Chinese already live in the USA and their numbers are growing quickly. All we have to do is find a way to get the rest of them here and think of the amazing economic growth and cultural diversity benefits we would experience here in the Melting Pot. They just want a better life, after all. Nigeria has 190 million and Turkey has over 80 million who would surely love to become Americans. They could come here to do the jobs we won’t do. Of course, we might have to compete with other liberal, universalist regimes such as Sweden, Germany and the United Kingdom for the billions of potential Americans around the globe. But we have a lot more magic dirt than they do so that gives us a big advantage.
Aren’t you ready to welcome the billions of soon-to-be Americans? If not, you’re a racist.