Money & demographic decline in Third World America
A friend caught me using code language in a conversation not long ago. I mentioned something about a ‘bad neighbourhood.’ He interrupted me, laughed and remarked how it’s funny that we use such euphemisms rather than saying what we really mean. That got me thinking. What do we actually mean by a ‘bad neighbourhood’? We generally mean a place that has been wrecked by ‘diversity.’ Failing schools, crime, poverty, unemployment and chaos are the standard products of ‘diversity’ that most people wish to avoid.
Only a few decades ago there were countless decent places all across the South where a blue collar, working class family could afford to live. The existence of those healthy, lower-income areas was made possible by social norms and government policies. For example, my grandfather worked at a gas station in a small Southern town and supported a family of five. They were not wealthy but they were provided for and lived in a safe neighbourhood free from ‘diversity.’ It would be impossible to do that today; these days, escaping ‘diversity’ is not cheap. As Alexander Forrest notes in a recent article for Alternative Right, ‘More than anything else, what has forced women from the home in search of extra income has been the increasing price at the pump for the vehicles of white flight. Diversity has spread to all corners of the country, which means escaping the perils of multiculturalism requires greater wealth than ever before.’ Forrest goes on to note a major additional (but rarely considered) cost of escaping ‘diversity’:
The heavy financial burden that white flight places on American families has produced two significant consequences. First, the transference of child fostering to institutional day care centers which are incapable of acculturating children with family values. Next, the strategically low birthrates among Whites frantic to avoid the increased contact with minorities that large families with greater expenses are far more likely to have. Peter Brimelow offers a similar analysis in Alien Nation when he says that illegal immigration must be understood as a cause of low birthrates among Americans rather than merely a consequence.
Understanding the relationship between diversity and low fertility rates requires little more than basic arithmetic. Kids cost money. And if they cost too much money, the entire family suffers because poverty means no longer living in a safe working class neighborhood of solidarity and trust. It means living in a multicultural hellhole consumed by suspicion, intimidation, and violence.
Most Southern couples today choose to have very small families because they want a high standard of living. A major part of that means living in a ‘diversity’-free neighbourhood or area. In short, Southern families have fewer children as a strategy for avoiding ‘diversity.’ Demographic decline then is a generally unspoken cost of US ‘anti-discrimination’ laws which have inflicted the ruinous experiment of equality upon Southerners. What we are speaking of by definition is a policy of genocide, cheered on by CNN, USA Today and the two major US political parties.
The people who were behind US ‘anti-discrimination’ laws as well as those who continue to support such laws today claim that they are ‘anti-racist.’ However, as explained, these policies promote White demographic decline. We can see that what they actually are is anti-White. Anti-racist is just a code word for anti-White.