Wednesday, July 23, 2008

The Browning Of Los Angeles County, California From 1940-2000; Invasion And Colonization

On July 13th, 2008, I published a first-person account from a Stormfront poster about the "browning" of California. It offered considerable detail, including a good demographic description of the situation in Southern California.

Thanks to American Renaissance, we now have a graphical depiction of the demographic deterioration of Los Angeles County. The Ralph & Goldy Lewis Center for Regional Policy Studies, in association with the UCLA School of Public Affiars, has published a series of six maps at ten-year intervals, from 1940 to 2000, illustrating the demographic change occurring in Los Angeles County. I've cross-posted three of those maps below (click HERE if you need better images):

1970 represents the last year I was in California myself, and the map from that year is accurate.

This isn't mere "immigration"; this is full-blown invasion and colonization. Abd such a dramatic change in racial balance within a generation and a half has been destabilizing. Conflicts between those of different races, particularly Blacks and Latinos, continue to escalate. A new article by Frosty Wooldridge published on July 23rd highlights immigration's rising racial violence, not only in L.A., but across the nation. And another article by Frosty Wooldridge published on July 22nd presents one woman's experience with multiculturalism in a central California town that had gone majority Mex. The local white leadership was only enforcing zoning laws against Whites, and not against the Mexes. And one local official openly admitted it.

Our political and business leaders have sold us out. They must be held accountable. And they will be held accountable some day.

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