Tea Party Nation puts out most racist blog post of the year

You don’t come across open screeching racism like this very often. Especially outside of places like Stormfront.org or other pro-Aryan sites, you don’t see it much.

But we should get used to seeing it increasingly with Tea Party types. They’re less and less concerned with government over-spending and more and more concerned with American under-whiting.

Eliana Benador | Tea Party Nation

…The invasion of America is taking place as we speak, but if we remove those blinders, we can still stop it.

What has happened to our country? How did this situation begin?

It all began when then Massachusetts Senator Ted Kennedy heavily supported the abolition of the National Origins Formula, in place since the Immigration Act of 1924, to replace it with the Immigration and Nationality Act of 1965.

Wow. When was the last time I heard talk of the “National Origins Formula”? Well, that’s about two molecules and a quark from whites-only nationalism.

With immigration capped at a fixed yearly number, the NOF in 1924 portioned admittance based on the existing ratios of citizens’ national origins as determined by the census of 1920. For instance, after the potato famine, the Irish had emigrated and thrived for 70 years. If 15% of the American people in 1920 could trace their roots back to Ireland, a potential Irish immigrant had a humongous chance (open slots numbering 15% of the cap, I assume) of getting in. OTOH, if you were from, say Kenya, good luck.

The purpose of the NOF was to keep America looking exactly like it looked in 1920. White. Specifically: Northern and Western European White, to the exclusion of Southern and Eastern Europeans, Central and South Americans, and Black Africans and ‘Orientals.’ The immigration reform act of 1952 re-affirmed the pro-white NOF policy, as the author of the bill lobbied for here:

“I believe that this nation is the last hope of Western civilization and if this oasis of the world shall be overrun, perverted, contaminated or destroyed, then the last flickering light of humanity will be extinguished… Today, as never before, untold millions are storming our gates for admission and those gates are cracking under the strain. The solution of the problems of Europe and Asia will not come through a transplanting of those problems en masse to the United States… I do not intend to become prophetic, but if the enemies of this legislation succeed in riddling it to pieces, or in amending it beyond recognition, they will have contributed more to promote this nation’s downfall than any other group since we achieved our independence as a nation.”

Does that sound familiar? Benador-wise? More on her hate for Ted’s Immigration and Nationality Act of 1965:

That Act came into effect on July 1, 1968…

Despite assurances by the Kennedys that the immigration reform they were pressing for, would not upset America’s ethnical balance: “It will not cause American workers to lose their jobs…,” it ended up altering the immigration pattern and opening doors to non-European nations, thus changing forever the intrinsic tissue of American society.

…the intrinsic tissue of American society. Which is white, and soft, and dispensed in unassuming boxes.

…it’s noteworthy that the percentage reduction of original American voters, might have been a defining factor in the election of someone like the current president, who among other goals, seems to be keen in opening further our borders to endlessly increasing numbers of immigrants.

There you go. Real Americans, original Americans, don’t want anything to do with “someone like the current president.” But now, thanks to him, we have got to deal with the likes of…

…endlessly increasing numbers of immigrants who, regardless of their skin color, are bringing in a whole new texture of culture, 100% foreign to what America’s origins were as its wonderful adventure began back in 1776.

Translating: Foreigners are not like the Founding Fathers at all. They look dark, and dress weird, and play the bongos, and they bring in a whole texture of culture 100% foreign to what America was like back when it set the style, in 1776. Credit a Peruvian immigrant for pointing that out.