38% of the once-Golden State is now Hispanic
The LA Times is gleefully running a story by Cindy Chang with the headline ‘California voters more tolerant of illegal immigrants, poll finds.’ It reports:
If placed on the ballot today, a measure similar to Proposition 187 would be supported by 46% of voters, according to the poll, with 44% against — a statistical tie, given the 2.9% margin of error. In 1994, by contrast, the proposition passed with 59% of the vote.
Why the change? The headline suggests that Californians are now more ‘tolerant.’ Chang writes:
The shift is partly explained by the growing clout of Latinos, who now make up 20% of California voters. But the attitudes of whites also appear to have changed.
…A Times exit poll the day of the 1994 election found that 63% of whites voted for the proposition. White respondents in the latest poll remain in favor, but by a narrower 51%-41% margin.
Only 23% of Latino voters favored Proposition 187 in 1994, when about 8% of voters were Latino. Today, 33% favor such a proposal at a time when Latinos make up 20% of the electorate.
What is not mentioned in the article is the actual demographics of the formerly Golden State. Instead, voter demographics are given. However, due to the birthright citizenship policy of the United States Federal Government, the children of illegal immigrants born in the US, the vast majority of them from Third World Latin American countries, will one day be voters. So, the 20% figure for Hispanics that is used in Chang’s article is very low. According to the US Census, California’s population is now 38% Hispanic, with 31% of the population being Mexican. Fourteen percent is Asian and 6.6% is Black.
Whites, who made up over 90% of the population of California in 1960 prior to the anti-White policy changes adopted by the US government in 1965, are now down to just 40%. The percentage of young White children is much lower. The US Federal Government has enacted policies which have largely racially cleansed White people from California. Under Article II of the 1948 Convention on Genocide, the US government is guilty of the crime of genocide.