The King of Hatefacts

March 16, 2017

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The King of Hatefacts

Oh, no! Steve King gone done it now! He said, “We can’t restore our civilization with somebody else’s babies.” Then he doubled down by claiming that blacks and Hispanics would be at each other’s throats if whites ever became a minority. When pushed to apologize, he threw in some caveats about how race-mixing doesn’t bother him and you could adopt a black baby if it makes you feel better, but he refused to take back his #hatefacts.

The backlash was instantaneous. A black guy called him “bigoted and racist.” An Asian showed King a picture of Asian babies. Jeb Bush said it “doesn’t reflect our values” and Chelsea Clinton said it was “particularly ironic and painful” on Purim, when Jewish kids dress up because somebody didn’t kill them thousands of years ago. King said they’re all being “willfully ignorant,” and that too is a #hatefact.

“Here in the real world, it’s about assimilating to Western culture and promoting our values no matter who you are.”

Even the sane elements of the backlash were wrong. The Federalist claimed he should have focused on culture and not race because it’s not more white people we need, it’s more Westerners. This is a beautiful notion and I fully agree with it, but here on earth, we’re not taking in immigrants who want to assimilate. In fact, we are openly encouraging immigrants not to assimilate. Public school teachers have dedicated their careers to eradicating patriotism and teaching our children how cruel and unusual we have been throughout history. Politicians are knowingly avoiding immigrants who assimilate and focusing on ones who will antagonize the native population. This is especially true in Britain, where Tony Blair’s speechwriter conceded as much. Look at the London bombings. They were all radicalized in Britain. One of them was a Jamaican who grew up in Bradford, where the Muslim population is booming. Since the bombings, London has elected a Muslim mayor who proudly exclaims, “Immigrants shouldn’t have to assimilate.”

Here in America we have the Tsarnaev brothers, who grew up reading comic books and watching sports; but after years of being told America sucks, they began to believe their relatives back in Chechnya. Then they blew us up.

If we were taking in babies who liked us, King’s backlash may have had some credibility. We have hundreds of thousands of Christian refugees literally dying to come here, but our immigration policy prefers Muslims. Buchanan was pilloried back in 1992 for noticing that Englishmen assimilate better than Zulus, but this controversy was prophetic. Muslims are the least assimilable group of immigrants we have, but we just can’t get enough of them despite the dead canaries in the coal mines of Britain, Germany, and the rest of Europe. How about we take in some Syrian Christians who just had their villages destroyed by ISIS? Can we have some Coptic Christians? Christian children are being crucified all over the Middle East and if we were taking in those babies, King would be wrong.

He’s also right about blacks and Hispanics being at each other’s throats. There is a race war going on in America, and it’s the least reported conflict in the history of American media. Even the Southern Poverty Law Center admits that Mexicans are “terrorizing” blacks in Southern California. Everyone knows Mike Brown’s name, but few discuss the case of Anthony Prudhomme, a young half black who was murdered because “They wanted all blacks out.” The same is true of Cheryl Green, whose crime was being black and riding her skateboard near Mexicans. King’s hypothetical scenario is already very real, and it’s not just the brawling we see in L.A. high schools, it’s the firebombing we see in neighborhoods when the two demographics reach equal numbers.

What else you got, King? Race-mixing? This is a mythical threat the left assumes the right gives a shit about. Liberals love to pretend we’re all scared of America becoming one big homogenous race of frappuccinos, but it’s not a thing. Whites generally don’t marry outside of their race, especially the pro-diversity upper-middle-class whites at The New York Times. They are the true kings of not preaching what they practice.

This leaves us with the final truth bomb King dropped this week: You should go ahead and adopt a black baby. I love this scenario because it perfectly defines the difference between the alt-light and the alt-right. The latter group points out that this is the dictionary definition of a cuck. This is because like liberals, they live in a conjectural universe where we ignore the reality going on around us. These guys have crusader knights as avatars on Twitter and have no kids themselves—they never will. The “cucks” they criticize, however, are dealing with the hand they’re dealt. If you are a white American patriot and you waited too long to have kids, you should adopt. If the only babies available are black (as is usually the case), you should adopt as many as you can. The end result is better for everyone and guarantees maximum Western civilization within the confines of that family’s reality. Nick Searcy adopted a black kid because Nick Searcy is a real man. That kid will grow up to become a patriot. The alt-right kids won’t because the alt-right has about the same birth numbers as the hoity-toity liberals they despise.

You can pontificate about racial purity all you want. Here in the real world, it’s about assimilating to Western culture and promoting our values no matter who you are. If immigration is avoiding babies that could fit this paradigm, we don’t need other people’s babies. We are not living in a nation of racial harmony. We are living in a nation so petrified of racial hegemony it looks down its nose at anything white. The solution is to get over this phobia and embrace our values. They’re the best in the world and they’re something babies of all races could get with, if only we’d let them.

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