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Re: Generational Dynamics World View News

Postby Guest » Wed Dec 04, 2019 12:51 pm

What the Melting Pot actually does in practice, can be seen in Mexico, where the absorption of the blood of the original Spanish conquerors by the native Indian population has produced the racial mixture which we call Mexican, and which is now engaged in demonstrating its incapacity for self-government. The world has seen many such mixtures of races, and the character of a mongrel race is only just beginning to be understood at its true value.


In most cases the blood of pioneers has been lost to their race. They did not take their women with them. They either died childless or left halfbreeds behind them. The virile blood of the Spanish conquistadores, who are now little more than a memory in Central and South America, died out from these causes

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Re: Generational Dynamics World View News

Postby FishbellykanakaDude » Wed Dec 04, 2019 8:35 pm

Guest wrote:
What the Melting Pot actually does in practice, can be seen in Mexico, where the absorption of the blood of the original Spanish conquerors by the native Indian population has produced the racial mixture which we call Mexican, and which is now engaged in demonstrating its incapacity for self-government. The world has seen many such mixtures of races, and the character of a mongrel race is only just beginning to be understood at its true value.


In most cases the blood of pioneers has been lost to their race. They did not take their women with them. They either died childless or left halfbreeds behind them. The virile blood of the Spanish conquistadores, who are now little more than a memory in Central and South America, died out from these causes


Whose statements are those?

(after a quick search): https://www.nationalists.org/quotes/pas ... -race.html

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Re: Generational Dynamics World View News

Postby John » Wed Dec 04, 2019 8:42 pm

Everyone, please don't cross over into racist remarks. You know how
unpleasant and bitchy I get when I have to remove posts, and you know
you don't want that.

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Re: Generational Dynamics World View News

Postby Guest » Thu Dec 05, 2019 12:51 am

Mexico is on the brink of total collapse. It's been a failed state (by almost any definition) for decades, but under the current president, Mexico is heading towards anarchy and the complete and total breakdown of law and order.

The 25-30 million Mexicans who now reside in the US represent 25% of Mexico's citizenry. Think about that. And the vast majority of these migrants are on welfare and rely heavily on Medicaid, food stamps, and have overwhelmed the public school systems and hospitals. They also make up a huge portion of the violent criminals in the US. The financial and human costs have already overwhelmed the country.

Here is where it gets really interesting. When Mexico totally implodes and the Mexicans are left without even the most basic of services (water and electricity, for example), what do you think they are going to do? You got, it. They will head into the US. Instead of a million Mexicans crossing into annually, we will be looking at millions of Mexicans flooding across the border ever month. Then what?

Even Mexican law enforcement officials and think tanks inside of Mexico are openly expressing dismay at the events unfolding around them. It's no longer a question of if Mexico will total collapse, it's a question of when. Can America afford to take in 100 million more Mexicans and other Latinos from across Latin America (which is made up of failed states). These failed states are controlled drug dealers.

America won't survive this kind of influx. I don't believe we can survive the illegals we are carrying now. This is it. Time to make some decisions.

Or flee the country.

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Re: Generational Dynamics World View News

Postby Guest » Thu Dec 05, 2019 1:23 am

Guest wrote:Mexico is on the brink of total collapse. It's been a failed state (by almost any definition) for decades, but under the current president, Mexico is heading towards anarchy and the complete and total breakdown of law and order.

The 25-30 million Mexicans who now reside in the US represent 25% of Mexico's citizenry. Think about that. And the vast majority of these migrants are on welfare and rely heavily on Medicaid, food stamps, and have overwhelmed the public school systems and hospitals. They also make up a huge portion of the violent criminals in the US. The financial and human costs have already overwhelmed the country.

Here is where it gets really interesting. When Mexico totally implodes and the Mexicans are left without even the most basic of services (water and electricity, for example), what do you think they are going to do? You got, it. They will head into the US. Instead of a million Mexicans crossing into annually, we will be looking at millions of Mexicans flooding across the border ever month. Then what?

Even Mexican law enforcement officials and think tanks inside of Mexico are openly expressing dismay at the events unfolding around them. It's no longer a question of if Mexico will total collapse, it's a question of when. Can America afford to take in 100 million more Mexicans and other Latinos from across Latin America (which is made up of failed states). These failed states are controlled drug dealers.

America won't survive this kind of influx. I don't believe we can survive the illegals we are carrying now. This is it. Time to make some decisions.

Or flee the country.

Flee.

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Re: Generational Dynamics World View News

Postby John » Thu Dec 05, 2019 11:44 am

** 05-Dec-2019 World View: Mexican civil war

Guest wrote:> Mexico is on the brink of total collapse. It's been a failed state
> (by almost any definition) for decades, but under the current
> president, Mexico is heading towards anarchy and the complete
> and total breakdown of law and order.

> The 25-30 million Mexicans who now reside in the US represent 25%
> of Mexico's citizenry. Think about that. And the vast majority of
> these migrants are on welfare and rely heavily on Medicaid, food
> stamps, and have overwhelmed the public school systems and
> hospitals. They also make up a huge portion of the violent
> criminals in the US. The financial and human costs have already
> overwhelmed the country.

> Here is where it gets really interesting. When Mexico totally
> implodes and the Mexicans are left without even the most basic of
> services (water and electricity, for example), what do you think
> they are going to do? You got, it. They will head into the
> US. Instead of a million Mexicans crossing into annually, we will
> be looking at millions of Mexicans flooding across the border ever
> month. Then what?

> Even Mexican law enforcement officials and think tanks inside of
> Mexico are openly expressing dismay at the events unfolding around
> them. It's no longer a question of if Mexico will total collapse,
> it's a question of when. Can America afford to take in 100 million
> more Mexicans and other Latinos from across Latin America
> (which is made up of failed states). These failed states are
> controlled drug dealers.


> America won't survive this kind of influx. I don't believe we can
> survive the illegals we are carrying now. This is it. Time to make
> some decisions.

> Or flee the country.


Mexico's last generational crisis war was the Mexican Revolution civil
war of the 1910s decade, so Mexico is long overdue for a new civil war.

So you say: "When Mexico totally implodes ... what do you think they
are going to do? You got, it. They will head into the US."

When Mexico totally implodes, it will be in the context of a new civil
war. It's true that there will be refugees into the US, particularly
from northern Mexico, but everyone else would have to cross through
a country in total war to reach the US.

Depending on the scenario, there may also be Chinese troops in Mexico,
preparing for their own invasion of the US, and Chinese missiles
hitting American cities. Mexico's government and the drug cartels may
be forced to choose between the US and China - and I expect them to
choose the US.

So the situation is going to be a lot more complicated than millions
of refugees.

Guest wrote:> Or flee the country.


Don't count on it. However, if you decide to try, here's some advice
provided by another member of the Generational Dynamics forum:

Higgenbotham wrote:> Based on the information you provided, since you are young
> (presumably wouldn't have a lot of money to invest) and you think
> a nuclear war is probable, I would suggest you first "invest in
> yourself" and your survival. One idea for consideration in that
> regard is to set yourself up to be able to get to a safe haven
> outside the US. A couple countries that come to mind are Chile and
> Namibia. One way to do that would be to try to meet a woman in a
> country you determine to be a safe haven who has a reputable and
> well connected family. Know how you are going to get to her
> family's home within 24 hours and have the money set aside to do
> that, your bags packed and an idea of what news would make you
> ready to act.


So there you go.

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Re: Generational Dynamics World View News

Postby utahbob » Thu Dec 05, 2019 11:45 am

You are correct about the situation in Mexico. It is going bad to worse. The men and women who work at these locations are busy: https://www.dhs.gov/national-network-fu ... fact-sheet
Why the congress is busy with its self-licking comedy show, corruption is moving north or crap is hitting the fan.
https://thefederalist.com/2019/11/21/th ... in-mexico/
https://www.courier-journal.com/in-dept ... 181733002/

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Re: Generational Dynamics World View News

Postby utahbob » Thu Dec 05, 2019 11:54 am

I told my subordinates when making plans to see the world through your opponent’s eyes. Here is one version: https://www.foreignaffairs.com/articles ... ong-crisis
Don’t project your biases or world view on to your opponents.

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Re: Generational Dynamics World View News

Postby John » Thu Dec 05, 2019 12:25 pm

** 05-Dec-2019 World View: Beijing's Hong Kong policy

utahbob wrote:> I told my subordinates when making plans to see the world through
> your opponent’s eyes. Here is one version:
> https://www.foreignaffairs.com/articles/china/2019-09-30/how-china-sees-hong-kong-crisis
> Don’t project your biases or world view on to your
> opponents.


According to the article:

"But according to two Chinese scholars who have
connections to regime insiders and who requested anonymity to
discuss the thinking of policymakers in Beijing, China’s response
has been rooted not in anxiety but in confidence. Beijing is
convinced that Hong Kong’s elites and a substantial part of the
public do not support the demonstrators and that what truly ails
the territory are economic problems rather than political ones—in
particular, a combination of stagnant incomes and rising
rents. Beijing also believes that, despite the appearance of
disorder, its grip on Hong Kong society remains firm. The Chinese
Communist Party has long cultivated the territory’s business
elites (the so-called tycoons) by offering them favorable economic
access to the mainland. The party also maintains a long-standing
loyal cadre of underground members in the territory. And China has
forged ties with the Hong Kong labor movement and some sections of
its criminal underground. Finally, Beijing believes that many
ordinary citizens are fearful of change and tired of the
disruption caused by the demonstrations."


This article is pretty close to fantasy.

The article was written on 9/30, well before the 11/24 elections,
which blew many of Beijing's hopes and dreams out of the water.

HK has plenty of economic problems, but there are ALSO major political
problems. The elections were a historic "stunning upset" of the view
that "a substantial part of the public do not support the
demonstrators." It's true that much of the public do not support the
violence, but polls and the election have shown that they support the
political goals of the demonstrators. Furthermore, they're appalled
by the violence on the part of police and triad thugs.

To say that Beijing's policies are not rooted in anxiety is NEVER
true. The CCP is extremely paranoid and anxious all the time,
particularly since the collapse of the Soviet Union.

As I keep pointing out, the CCP thugs have a record of doing one
incredibly stupid thing after another. I don't know what the CCP
thugs will do about the situation in Hong Kong, but I can say with
certainty that whatever they do, it will make the situation worse.

The fact that they haven't yet sent in the army to bash the protesters
actually proves this point. Even the CCP thugs realize that doing so
would make things massively worse, and so they're choosing to do
nothing, in the hope that the problem will go away by itself.

There are many reasons why the problem won't go away, such as the
split between Cantonese and Mandarin speakers. But the biggest reason
of all is that young Hong Kongers know that if they marry and bring
children into the world, then these children will be subjected to a
full-scale brutal CCP dictatorship in 2047, with all the oppression
and atrocities that go with the CCP.

John Xenakis is author of: "World View: War Between China and Japan:
Why America Must Be Prepared" (Generational Theory Book Series, Book
2) Paperback: 331 pages, over 200 source references, $13.99
https://www.amazon.com/dp/1732738637/

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Re: Generational Dynamics World View News

Postby Tom Mazanec » Thu Dec 05, 2019 6:41 pm

I posted John's article on the Impeachment hearings and the idea of a second ACW on another forum.
Here is a response I got:
Tom, if you want to hear the opinion of someone who has studied the American Civil War for decades, then here it is.

I believe that we, as a nation, are finding ourselves at a dangerous precipice. We are presently living in a time that is perilously similar to the sectionalism era that preceded the American Civil War, particularly the time between 1859 and 1860. While the lines were pretty clear then, they are not as clear now. That said, the feelings of resentment and animosity are there. We have pAntifa attacking anyone who dares to disagree with them, violently and showing an increasing willingness to use violence. The level of violence being used is escalating as well.

The post from that forum is correct in that those targeted by pAntifa and 'The Resistance' are becoming increasingly angry at the violence and the seeming disregard by LEO's when said violence is reported. They are getting angry that the cops seem to ignore assaults on them by pAntifa while those who defend themselves tend to get arrested and branded as Racists or Nazi's by the media.

The political Right, not the politicians but the rank and file voters, are getting fed up with the "Schiff Show" because of the blatantly partisan way they are attacking a duly and constitutionally elected president. They are angry because those people voted to represent their interests do not seem compelled to exercise their authority under the constitution to put an end to what we rightly see as a partisan coup.

As the anger and resentment continues to build on both sides, it is not at all hard to imagine that sooner or later, someone is going to touch a match to this proverbial powder keg and wide spread violence erupt like Krakatoa.

So, yes, I believe that it is possible and I believe that if it happens, it will make the Civil War from 1861-1865 look like a leisurely stroll through the park.

And to be honest, I think that is PRECISELY what the Democrats want.

Then again, that's just the opinion of a grumpy old dragon.
SHARKS (crossed out) MONGEESE (sic) WITH FRICKIN' LASER BEAMS ATTACHED TO THEIR HEADS


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