Paul Kersey’s recent article at VDare touches on some of the major themes we stress here at SNN. He notes that the immigration disaster has not been stopped or even slowed down. This has brought massive demographic change that is fueling local secession movements. He uses the example of Atlanta, Georgia, a deteriorating city which Whites have fled. Safe for the moment in their suburbs (though these too are in the process of being re-populated), these White refugees have politically battled to secede from the metropolis. Kersey makes the politically-incorrect observation that:
white people in Sandy Springs, Dunwoody, Johns Creek, and Milton are capable of building and sustaining thriving businesses and residential areas. But minorities in places like Clayton County and DeKalb County have demonstrably proved incapable of maintaining the economy after white flight.
Right on cue, Black Democrats jumped in to prevent these largely racially-based secession movements on the grounds that self-determination for White suburbanites was a violation of Black civil rights. In other words, as Kersey notes, ‘affluent white people were responsible for providing the tax revenue for black people to have lucrative government jobs and pensions for all eternity.’
It’s a provocative article and one definitely worth considering. What is playing out Atlanta is going on elsewhere. What we are witnessing is one of the more important political and social trends of our time.
Also see: Non-Southern Atlanta