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Wednesday, June 11, 2014

That Infamous Portland State University Commencement Speech By The Impossibly Verminous Bill Clinton

Go to minute 47:30 to watch this sickening, treasonous 1999 monument to gleeful anti-white hatred :


eah said...

There's a smattering of applause when he says that in 50 years there will be no majority race in the US -- of course this means Whites will be less than 50% of the population. And no doubt -- he spoke in Portland, after all -- a majority of those applauding were white.

I wonder if any of those applauding have ever visited another country where Whites are not the majority and observed the living standard there. With the exception of a few Asian countries, it's abysmal. Do they think that's some kind of accident?

Anonymous said...

Sickening then; sickening NOW. Lies, lies and more damned lies.

The Bolsheviks'-within and their overriding objective of the racial replacement/genocide of the Western Whites' must be achieved at all costs; the incidental accompanying financial collapse is an added bonus to these timeless Nation-Wreckers/subversives:

National Data | Immigrants Causing One Fifth Of Federal Deficit
By Edwin S. Rubenstein on October 16, 2011 (choice excerpts)

There have been surprisingly few comprehensive studies of immigration’s fiscal impact. The most extensive and authoritative analysis is still the National Research Council’s study The New Americans: Economic, Demographic and Fiscal Effects of Immigration, published in 1997.

The NRC analyzed fiscal impact of immigrant and native-born households in the state of California. (Using households rather than individuals as the basic unit of analysis insures that the benefits received by U.S.-born children of immigrants are included as a cost of immigration.)

The NRC found that the average immigrant household received $3,700 more in federal benefits than they paid in federal taxes—i.e., they generated a deficit of $3,700 per year. (The NRC also found serious fiscal impact and the state and local level, but I’m leaving that aside for now).

That was 15 years ago. When I updated the NRC figures to reflect subsequent spending and revenue growth, I found the deficit is now about $17,000 per immigrant household. There are about 13 million such households in the U.S. Well, when you do the math—13 million times $17,000—you get a federal “immigration deficit” of $220 billion.

That is the fiscal deficit attributable to immigration. It equals about 17% of the entire federal deficit.

That is a big chunk. It’s roughly equal the annual interest now paid on the national debt.

It’s sobering to realize that 15 years ago the entire federal deficit was less than one-half of 1% of GDP.