Most people have probably never heard of a group called America 2050. I certainly hadnâ€™t. Most of us live our lives, worry about the small things and try to fix those problems that seem fix-able. Other people look at the world as an ant farm they can manipulate to suit their own ideological goals. Such people seem to have little or no concern for the liberties, values, traditions or identities of peoples of this planet. These people are called by various names: central planners, policy makers, law makers, social engineers, etc. Here is a chilling example of the ant farm-like world they envision us living in. America 20150 is a group of such people who have a vision of North America which SNN readers will likely find very disturbing:
As metropolitan regions continued to expand throughout the second half of the 20th century their boundaries began to blur, creating a new scale of geography now known as the megaregion. Interlocking economic systems, shared natural resources and ecosystems, and common transportation systems link these population centers together. As continued population growth and low density settlement patterns place increasing pressure on these systems, there is greater impetus to coordinate policy at this expanded scale.
Most of the nationâ€™s rapid population growth, and an even larger share of its economic expansion, is expected to occur in 10 or more emerging megaregions: large networks of metropolitan regions, each megaregion covering thousands of square miles and located in every part of the country. Â
The emerging megaregions of the United States are defined by layers of relationships that together define a common interest; this common interest, in turn, forms the basis for policy decisions. The five major categories of relationships that define megaregions are:
â€˘Â Â Â Environmental systems and topography
â€˘Â Â Â Infrastructure systems
â€˘Â Â Â Economic linkages
â€˘Â Â Â Settlement patterns and land use
â€˘Â Â Â Shared culture and history
While every megaregion may not share every one of these characteristics, the possession of several indicates a stronger and more cohesive megaregion. For instance, the Northeast Megalopolis, identified as early as 1961 by geographer Jean Gottman, is defined by relationships in each of these categories and, accordingly, is one of the strongest and most easily recognizable megaregions.
If one looks at the map they have drawn upÂ one can see that Norfolk, Virginia (sadly,Â a base of the Empireâ€™s military today)Â is part of the Northeast Megalopolis. In fact, the picture looks pretty depressing for Southern nationalists. If we go to any of the major cities in the South right now we are bombarded by foreign accents and languages, alien values, statism, commercialism and consumerism. Anyone who has been to Miami, Atlanta, Columbia, Charlotte and our other big cities knows exactly what is being described here. These are not places where traditional Southern life, values and identity thrive. In many of the suburbs of these cities one would be hard pressed to find a Southerner. Itâ€™s a fact that we are already demographically outnumbered in many of the cities our ancestors built. Meanwhile, groups like America 2050 are planning for another 130 million foreignersÂ to move to the US before 2050 (and demographic trends show that migration is going from the North to the South and from Latin America to the South). Groups like America 2050 are promoting tax-payer funded mass transit systems which extend from Maine to Virginia, and if weÂ look at places like Charlotte, NC, the Carolina coast,Â and southern Florida itâ€™s not hard to imagine this extending all the way to Miami. All of this government â€śinvestmentâ€ť of our stolen (â€śtaxed) money will mean more government schools and infrastructure, more regulations, lessÂ rural land and fewerÂ small farms,Â more â€śpublicâ€ť transportation, more tax-payer funded housing projects, more subsidised mega-business chainsÂ and fewer mom and pop stores, more mass immigration and ultimately the destruction of any sort of organic identity in the confused metro-world of the future. Such a world would be one where the sheer numbers and chaotic mix of people from allÂ over the planetÂ would lead to mass surveillance on a scale we can only imagine at this point. Privacy, individual liberty, economic freedom and traditional lifestyles would be a thing of the past.
This is not â€śprogressâ€ť from our point of view. Progress doesnâ€™t mean stamping out individualism, liberty, traditional values and identities. Progress doesnâ€™t mean opening your region up to tens of millions of Third World people. From our point of view this is going backwards, not forwards. This is utterly destructive.It doesnâ€™t have to be like this. In order to prevent a nightmare scenario like this we have to take power away from the central planners, the social engineers, the international banks, policy makers and others who are fundamentally opposed to all we hold dear. Ultimately, this means kicking the US Federal Government to the curb. And thatâ€™s exactly where this bureaocraticÂ leviathan which grew from the swamps of the Potomac deserves to rest â€“ in the gutter with the other foul rodents and parasites which need to be swept aside. We are not going to stop the mass Third WorldÂ immigration until we are free from DC. We arenâ€™t going to take away the power of the central planners like America 2050 until we are free from DC. And until we are rid of the Feds there is no hope of preserving anything like the traditional life and values we believe in.
This is not an era for compromise. This is a time for resolution and action.
Thanks to John for the link!