Editor’s Note: OD has been on the road for a week in Missouri on an important personal mission at the Council of Conservative Citizens HQ. Now that I am back home in Alabama, normal posting has resumed.
I’m sure that most OD readers heard about the three biggest stories coming out of the District of Corruption over the past week:
1.) House Republicans Embrace DREAM Act – After voting against the DREAM Act in 2010, House Republicans now feel compelled to embrace their own version of the DREAM Act to “show they are doing something” while fighting off the Democratic push for an even biggest amnesty.
2.) Justice Department Challenges State Voter Laws – Eric “My People” Holder has decided that the recent Supreme Court ruling on the Voting Rights Act is meaningless and announced at the 2013 National Urban League Conference that he has decided to launch a new legal offensive against Texas.
3.) HUD Plans To Bring “Diversity” To Every Neighborhood – HUD is planning to “modernize” the Fair Housing Act of 1968 by tracking the “diversity” of every residential neighborhood in the United States and by “channeling investments into under-served areas” in order to “affirmatively further fair housing” and to “give people access to better neighborhoods.”
The moral of the story: OD sees this as just the latest evidence that the existence of the Union, specifically, the concentration of power in Washington, and the growing irrelevance of White America (especially the South) to the decisions that are made by the political establishment in Washington, is the real problem.
Consider the fact that DREAM Act was defeated in the U.S. Senate in 2010. Obama responded in 2011 by issuing an executive order that effectively gave legal status to millions of illegal aliens. Similarly, the Supreme Court struck down Section 4 of the Voting Rights Act, but Eric “My People” Holder only became more determined to impose federal control over elections in Texas and the Southern states.
Now the HUD is usurping the power to micromanage the racial composition of every residential neighborhood in the United States in order to better promote “diversity.” At what point does any pretense that the U.S. still has a “limited government” with a “separation of powers” that is “guaranteed” by the Constitution or that political power in the U.S. is based on democratic elections become a bad joke?
OD is more convinced than ever that disunion – whether it comes through secession or revolution – is the only solution at this point. The existence of the Union means open borders and amnesty for illegal aliens, it means control of Southern elections by a radicalized anti-White Justice Department, and soon it will mean the overthrow of the Second Amendment, gay marriage in every state, and HUD imposing the wonders of “diversity” on every White suburb in the United States.
Is it possible to reform the U.S. system? Consider what recently happened to Jason Richwine and now Jack “Southern Avenger” Hunter. It is no longer possible to be pro-White, pro-Southern, or even mildly honest about race like John Derbyshire, and continue to have a job as a “mainstream” Republican or conservative commentator.
Even if we had a Republican president, a Republican Congress, and a Republican Supreme Court, we have no reason to believe – see the Obamacare decision, the Arizona SB 1070 decision, the Voting Rights Act decision, and the DOMA decision, which were all made by a 5-4 conservative majority on the Supreme Court – that the U.S. system will ever cease its inexorable drift to the Left.
After the George Zimmerman witch trial, we have no reason to believe that the U.S. will even continue to have a First World judicial system, much less a First World standard of living, in the near future should present trends continue. After this latest HUD announcement, we have no reason to believe that Whites can even continue to opt out of confrontation with the U.S. system to live a private life in the suburbs.
Take your choice: despotism or disunion.