A point that we’ve made here several times in the past is that changes in demographics mean changes in the culture – massive changes. The steep decline began to really take off following the Immigration Act of 1965 and other egalitarian laws passed around that time. The Immigration Act, known as the Hart-Celler Act, abolished the national origins quota system that had framed American immigration policy since the 1920s. This was heavily promoted by Ted Kennedy who made it his personal crusade. The result of this legislation was immigration doubled between 1965 and 1970, and doubled again between 1970 and 1990. The most dramatic effect was to shift immigration from Europe to Asia and Central and South America. Closely related to this massive change in the legislated makeup of America, illegal immigration began to be treated as just another social program; illegal immigrants began to be seen as victims rather than criminals.
A country is made up of, and defined by, the people who live there – not by geographic borders and laws and systems of government. When the makeup of the people change, the country changes. While the main topic here is national origins, the makeup of a country also includes the prevailing beliefs (or lack thereof) of the population. America has undergone radical changes in the last 40 – 50 years. This is not the same country that it once was – and the change appears to be a deliberate effort to destroy the Occidental culture that America – and The South – was founded on. The Marxist position is that diversity strengthens and improves and enriches a culture – a position that is a treasonous lie. Diversity is the dilution of every culture that is included; mixing cultures, like an invading parasite, destroys the host culture.