Some of the mainstreamers who advocate taking over the Republican Party are excited by the news that Trump’s immigration plan would hold back the brown tide by five years:
“President Trump’s proposal to cut legal immigration rates would delay the date that white Americans become a minority of the population by as few as one or as many as five additional years, according to an analysis by The Washington Post.
The plan, released by the White House last month, would scale back a program that allows people residing in the United States to sponsor family members living abroad for green cards, and would eliminate the “diversity visa program” that benefits immigrants in countries with historically low levels of migration to the United States. Together, the changes would disproportionately affect immigrants from Latin America and Africa.
The Census Bureau projects that minority groups will outnumber non-Hispanic whites in the United States in 2044. The Post’s analysis projects that, were Trump’s plan to be carried out, the date would be between 2045 and 2049, depending on how parts of it are implemented. …”
In 2045, I will be 65. In 2049, I will be 69.
There isn’t much difference there. Either way, we are screwed by changing demographics and mainstream politics will fail long before we get anywhere near the 2040s. As things stand today, Trump’s immigration plan is unlikely to go anywhere in the Republican-controlled Senate.
The Democrats will come back to power long before the 2040s and throw open the borders with the assistance of cucked Republicans in browning states like Colorado and Arizona. Consider the fact that Trump has been in office a year with a Republican Congress and Supreme Court and hasn’t even put a dent in the problem with deportations or caps with all the power the GOP has been given.
Is that black-pilling? No, it just the reality of our situation. If we were going to turn this around by voting for the Republican Party, it would have had to work in the 1990s or 2000s. We’re almost to 2020 now. Trump was the absolute last chance for this to work and his presidency has exposed the futility of trying to reform the system. We don’t have the time to squander political victories on muh tax cuts.
As Richard Spencer said at the outset of the Trump presidency, we were going to see if this was a revolutionary break or the last gasp of something. Clearly, it is the latter.