Thursday, July 24, 2008
The Browning Of America From 1960-2000: The Effects Of The Hart-Celler Immigration And Nationality Act Of 1965
After publishing the post on the browning of California, I found a link to a website where the editor attempts to graphically depict the browning of the United States as a whole. This seemed important enough to warrant a separate post rather than be added on to the previous post.
The site is called www.USAPopulationMap.com. To keep it simple, and to accomodate changing data collection and classification methods by the U.S. Census Bureau, the website simply focuses upon the percentage of Caucasians, or Whites, and does not attempt to subdivide non-whites by race.
In 1965, the infamous Immigration and Nationality Act of 1965, heretofore referred to as Hart-Celler, was passed. During the debate on the Senate floor, Senator Edward M. "Chappaquiddick Ted" Kennedy, solemnly promised, "First, our cities will not be flooded with a million immigrants annually. Under the proposed bill, the present level of immigration remains substantially the same.... Secondly, the ethnic mix of this country will not be upset.... Contrary to the charges in some quarters, [the bill] will not inundate America with immigrants from any one country or area, or the most populated and deprived nations of Africa and Asia.... In the final analysis, the ethnic pattern of immigration under the proposed measure is not expected to change as sharply as the critics seem to think.... The bill will not flood our cities with immigrants. It will not upset the ethnic mix of our society. It will not relax the standards of admission. It will not cause American workers to lose their jobs."
All lies. It didn't merely eliminate the previous quota system, which was criticized by advocates of change for being disproportionately European and which resulted in many European allocations going unclaimed while Third Worlders were waiting in line, but it also had the effective of making susbsequent immigration disproportionately non-white.
Here's a quick decade-by-decade analysis (click on the highlighted year to go directly to the map for that year):
In 1960, five years before Hart-Celler, the U.S. was 88 percent White. All states except Hawaii had White majorities. Battleground states like California were 92 percent White, New Mexico 92 percent White, and Texas 87 percent White.
In 1970, five years after Hart-Celler, the U.S. was still 88 percent White. All states except Hawaii still had White majorities. Battleground states like California were 89 percent White, New Mexico 90 percent White, and Texas 87 percent White.
But look what happened during the 1970s. The first non-white tsunami washed over our shores, impacting the most on battleground states.
By 1980, change was noticeable. Fifteen years after Hart-Celler, the U.S. had dropped to 80 percent White. All states except Hawaii still had White majorities. Battleground states were visibly changing; California dropped to 67 percent White, New Mexico 53 percent White, and Texas 66 percent White.
By 1990, twenty-five years after Hart-Celler, the U.S. had further dropped to 76 percent White. New Mexico had become only 50 percent White. Other battleground states continued to change; California dropped to 57 percent White, and Texas 61 percent White.
And it was during the 1990s that another non-white tsunami washed over our shores, again directly impacting the battleground states disproportionately.
By 2000, thirty-five years after Hart-Celler, the U.S. experienced another big drop. Nationally, Whites now constituted only 69 percent of the population. California (47 percent) and New Mexico (45 percent) were no longer white majority states. In Texas, Whites barely clung to majority status at 52 percent.
And the website projects future demographic darkening. By 2010, the U.S. is expected to be 65 percent White, so nationwide, the demographics will tend to stabilize at their current level. But the battleground states will continue to be inundated. New Mexico will only be 26 percent White, California 34 percent White, and Texas 39 percent White. In addition, Whites not only will no longer constitute a majority in these states, but may not even constitute a plurality. There is the chance that another race, most likely Mestizo Hispanics, will be the largest racial group, particularly in New Mexico.
By 2020, the U.S. is expected to be only 60 percent White. But the battleground states will further erode; New Mexico will be only 15 percent White, California 22 percent White and Texas 28 percent White. And for the first time, New York will become a battleground state, falling to only 46 percent White.
Organizations like the Minutemen, ALIPAC and NumbersUSA are worthy of support in order to deal with the symptoms of mass immigration. However, their limitation is that they support no restraints on legal immigration, although it can be destabilizing at present levels in its own right until we assimilate the existing glut of immigrants (which may no longer be possible in battleground states). However, if you are interested in combatting the disease as well as the symptoms, visit either Stormfront or the Vanguard News Network Forum, where the problem, as well as a host of different solutions, are discussed on a daily basis. In particular, I recommend VNN, where we expose how the "browning" of America on the surface is driven and exacerbated by the "Jewing" of America behind the scenes. Click HERE to read a 62-page article by Professor Kevin McDonald on how Jewish supremacists have influenced American immigration policy.