Pat Buchanan Laments The “Demographic Winter of White America” in Racist Column

Pat Buchanan in Manchester, NH

Pat Buchanan Laments Over “Demographic Winter of White America” (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

I knew once the word got around that for the first time in American history more white people are dying than are being born, some racist lunatics like Pat Buchanan would slither out from under a rock. Well, he did. In his syndicated column, Pat Buchanan lamented about “the demographic winter of white America” and suggested that rather than “pander” to people of color (mainly blacks and Hispanics), the Republican Party should instead impose a moratorium on all new immigration in order to stop “what mass immigration is doing to the country demographically, ethnically, socially and politically.” Yeah, he wants to keep darker skinned people out.

The demographic winter of white America is at hand, even as it began years ago for the native-born of old Europe.

In political terms, this is depressing news for the Republican Party. For nearly 90 percent of all Republican votes in presidential elections are provided by Americans of European descent.

In 1960 white folks were close to 90 percent of the entire U.S. population and 95 percent of the electorate. Nixon’s New Majority was created by pulling Northern Catholic ethnics and Southern conservative Protestants, white folks all, out of the Roosevelt coalition and bringing them into a new alliance that would give Nixon a 49-state landslide in 1972, which Reagan would replicate in 1984.

But since that New Majority gave the Republicans five victories in six presidential elections, four of them 40-state landslides, the political world has turned upside down, and demography is the cause.

Mitt Romney won 59 percent of the white vote, a 3-to-2 victory over Obama among America’s majority. In any year before 1980, that would have meant victory. But in 2012 whites were only 74 percent of those who went to the polls.

America’s white majority, 64 percent of the population and 74 percent of the electorate, still declining in relative terms, has begun to decline in real terms. Deaths outnumber births. Among all U.S. births in 2012, white babies were outnumbered by babies of color.

If Republicans are opposed to what mass immigration is doing to the country demographically, ethnically, socially and politically, there are, as Reagan used to say, “simple answers, just no easy answers.”

Those answers: No amnesty, secure the border, enforce laws against businesses that hire illegals, and impose a moratorium on new immigration so wages can rise and immigrants enter the middle class and start voting as did the children and grandchildren of the immigrants of 1890-1920 by 1972.

So what are the Republicans doing?

Going back on their word, dishonoring their platform, and enraging their loyal supporters, who gave Mitt 90 percent of his votes, to pander to a segment of the electorate that gave Mitt less than 5 percent of his total votes.

Whom the gods would destroy they first make mad.

As usual, the usual race hating trolls came out and left some crazy comments too. Unbelievable, but hilarious to watch the coming freak-out of racist right wingnuts over the growing diversity problem the Grand Ole Party has to grapple with. Pat Buchanan’s intentions are quite clear — to bar people of color from migrating to the United States and suppress the black and Hispanic vote.

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Pat Buchanan Blames “People of Color,” “Militant Gay Rights Groups” for Pending MSNBC Termination

Pat Buchanan blames “militant gay rights groups” and “people of color” for pending termination from MSNBC. Really Pat? Could your continued association with white supremacist groups be the straw that broke the camel’s back? Well, Pat Buchanan attacked gay rights and civil rights groups for pressuring MSNBC network president Phil Griffin to fire him after the release of his latest book, Suicide of a Superpower.  His appearance on racist The Political Cesspool radio show may have played a role in their decision as well. We reviewed the book, ” Suicide of a Superpower,” which we found to be racist and just plain disgusting, particularly the chapters entitled “The End of White America” and “The Death of Christian America.” Why any one published this book is beyond me, but people will do crazy things in the name of profit.

Pat Buchanan told Sean Hannity, “Look, for a long period of time the hard left, militant gay rights groups, militant — they call themselves civil rights groups, but I’m not sure they’re concerned about civil rights — people of color, Van Jones, these folks and others have been out to get Pat Buchanan off T.V., deny him speeches, get his column canceled.”

“This has been done for years and years and years and it’s the usual suspects doing the same thing again. But my view is, you write what you believe to be the truth.” Buchanan said he has not received a “formal notification” of his termination from the network, although executives have hinted that he will not return to the airwaves. Source: Think Progress

Not to worry, Fox News would probably welcome Pat Buchanan with open arms. I have been blogging about Pat Buchanan’s vile racist rhetoric for years. The chickens have come home to roost.

Listen to Pat Buchanan being interviewed by Sean Hannity:

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Has MSNBC Fired Pat Buchanan for Appearance on Pro-White Radio Show Or Will the Hatemonger be Back?

Pat Buchanan in Manchester, NH

Has MSNBC Fired Pat Buchanan for Appearance on Pro-White Radio Show Or Will the Hatemonger be Back? (Wikipedia)

The notion that MSNBC could even have to deliberate on whether to fire racist political analyst Pat Buchanan is a slap in the face off all those people he has offended. There is no real decision to make here. In case you haven’t noticed, Pat Buchanan hasn’t been on the at MSNBC lately over his appearance on white nationalist radio show The Political Cesspool with James Edwards promoting his latest book, Suicide of a Superpower, which was garbage, in my opinion. Pat Buchanan pushes a vile brand of racist rhetoric on par with other nationalist wingnuts, though he hasn’t called for violence, but his words are just as dangerous. Those words could lead nativists and white supremacists to conclude that his words are a call to action because their faith, civilization and ethnicity are in jeopardy. Pat Buchanan loves to feed the crazy fundamentalist extremists all over the place.

I have been blogging for the last two and a half years that Pat Buchanan and his sister, Bay Buchanan, have no place on television and should be disqualified from the political discourse because of the extremist views and the questionable “friends.” MSNBC doesn’t  have the guts to do the right thing. They will sneak him back on television when the furor subsides. If you put lipstick on a pig, it’s still a pig. You can’t change the facts about Pat Buchanan — a racist windbag.

MSNBC’s top executive said Saturday that he hasn’t decided whether conservative commentator and author Pat Buchanan will be allowed back on the network.

Buchanan, a former GOP presidential candidate and a paid MSNBC contributor, hasn’t been on the network since the publication of his book “Suicide of a Superpower” last October. The book has chapters titled “The End of White America” and “The Death of Christian America” and its author argues that the United States is in the “Indian summer of our civilization.”

“When Pat was on his book tour, because of the content of the book, I didn’t think it should be part of the national dialogue much less part of the dialogue on MSNBC,” said MSNBC President Phil Griffin. The minority advocacy group Color of Change has circulated a petition urging MSNBC to fire Buchanan.

Buchanan did appear for an interview about his book in October on Fox News Channel’s “Hannity,” where host Sean Hannity said, “welcome out of exile.” Griffin would not discuss the length of Buchanan’s contract with MSNBC or whether it would be renewed. Source: CBS News

Mark my words. If MSNBC doesn’t get the cojones and fire Pat Buchanan, they will sneak him back on the air when the presidential election campaign heats up. Yeah, that’s when they think people will be so fired up about their candidate that they won’t notice if they bring him back for his “analysis.”