Theodore Roosevelt, a great pioneer of American conservationism.
The Great Replacement is both a demographic and a cultural phenomenon. It consists, on the one hand, of encouraging low birth rates among Europeans and their colonial offshoots by promoting secularism and hedonism, guilt and shame for their ancestors and culture, and the virtues of childlessness. Simultaneously, its architects support open borders and increased immigration from the Third World, ostensibly for humanitarian motives or to compensate for population decline among the native-born population. Needless to say, these massive demographic changes will affect every facet of American life in the years ahead. (more…)
How does this photo make you feel? 94% of Americans say they think it’s fine.
There was a study published by the Journal of Experimental Social Psychology in January of 2017 and then reposted at American Renaissance by the title of “‘Yuck, You Disgust Me!’: Affective Bias Against Interracial Couples.” It is so instructive that I have kept the link close at hand since it was first published. (more…)