This week’s elections in America have seen the already apparent racial divisions in American political voting patterns accentuated as part of an anti-Obama backlash among whites but have also seen two major elections decided because of the increasing nonwhite voting bloc.
In many majority-white Democratic party-held regions (traditionally the more ‘liberal’ wing of mainstream American politics), large numbers of European Americans deserted to Republican party candidates as part of a backlash against Obamacare medical reforms in particular.
This resulted in many Republicans being elected in areas where they previously would normally not have won, as increasing numbers of white realize that Obamacare is actually about taxing them to pay for nonwhites—and a reflection of their futile hope that the Republicans are any different.
However, increasing numbers of nonwhite voters, a direct result of the mass immigration policies pursued by both Republicans and Democrats over a period of decades, have ensured that some contests were easily won by Democratic candidates.
In New York City, for example, ultra-leftist Bill de Blasio, who is married to a black woman and has mixed-race children, was elected in an overwhelming nonwhite turnout—not difficult in a city that has a “white non-Hispanic” population of less than 35 percent (of which a very large number are Jewish, as the city is the now one of the largest concentration of Jews outside of Israel).
According to exit polls, de Blasio won 95 percent of the black vote, 87 percent of the Hispanic votes, and more than half—52 percent, of the “white” vote.
This pattern was repeated in the Virginia governor race, where Democratic candidate Terry McAuliffe won 66 percent of the Hispanic vote, enough to beat his Republican rival by 1,066,149 to 1,010,92votes.
Virginia’s Hispanic population is 630,000, having increased by 92 percent since 2000. Of that number, 214,000 are registered to vote, and two-thirds identify as Democrats.
US Census Bureau figures show that 50,000 Hispanics will reach the voting eligible age of 18 every month for the next 20 years—which means that demographically speaking, whites will very quickly start becoming outright minorities in most major urban areas within ten years.
As nonwhites overwhelmingly vote Democrat, the next few decades will see the steady eclipse of the Republican party, as they lose ground in the demographic war against the non-white invasion—which they themselves supported and even inaugurated (the first mass amnesty for illegal aliens was passed by Republican president Ronald Reagan, a fact which surprisingly few Americans know).
Obama is therefore the inevitable and natural consequence of decades of deliberate race-blindness on the part of Democrats and Republicans alike.
Obama is therefore the symptom of mass Third World immigration and its resultant destruction of First World America, not its cause—something which conservatives have totally failed to grasp or understand.
* In Detroit, a white man, Mike Duggan, was elected mayor in the overwhelmingly black city. Although the controlled media are trumpeting as a “first,” in reality the result is not quite as remarkable as it seems. Turnout was less than 20 percent and as a result, the more outlying–and thus more white—areas of the city could easily affect the outcome.