(Vincent James on immigration turning Texas blue)
(Vincent James on demographics causing hate speech push)
1. Important Links
CLICK HERE, for Pew Research on US 2018 elections.
CLICK HERE, for Pew Research, Latino voting in 2018 election.
CLICK HERE, for Pew Research, more on Hispanics.
CLICK HERE, for Brookings, whites to be minority in 2045.
CLICK HERE, for 1965 Hart Cellar Immigration Act
CLICK HERE, for NY giving $250,000 fines for calling names.
CLICK HERE, for US electoral districts impacted by immigration.
CLICK HERE, for Bill C-26, to add new seats.
CLICK HERE, for adding 30 seats to House of Commons.
CLICK HERE, for demographics/voting in Canada.
2. Why Canadians Should Care
Demographic changes in the U.S., both from legal “and” illegal immigration are changing voting trends. Specifically, most first generation immigrants vote for Democrats, and by a large margin.
This is not lost on Democrats. The party is pushing for:
(a) More immigration;
(b) More amnesty programs for illegals already here
(c) Voting rights for illegal aliens
(d) Abolishing the Electoral College
(e) Getting felons the right to vote in more states
(f) Getting younger people to vote
(g) Voting without photo I.D.
The reason behind this is not idealistic or moral. The idea is to effectively rig elections by getting more people to vote, if they are part of groups that vote for them by large margins.
As demographics change, voting patterns change. Once solidly conservative states are “turning blue”, as demographics now favour Democrats in more and more places. At one time unthinkable, Virginia turned blue, and Colorado, Arizona, Florida, Georgia, Texas and others are close to turning blue.
This issue is important to Canadians because the same thing is happening here. Demographic changes are turning more and more ridings liberal and socialist. It is making conservatism an unelectable ideology. While it is nice to say that demographics don’t matter, the fact is they do.
Look at the recent Canadian election. The Greater Toronto Area is now solidly Liberal, despite Trudeau’s horrible job as Prime Minister. This population change is irreversible, and will never support conservative candidates again.
Interestingly, it was Stephen Harper and Jason Kenney who flooded the GTA from 2006 to 2015, making those ridings uncompetitive. And when the next riding redistributions go ahead, there will be more and more liberal/socialist ridings created.
3. Data From 2018 U.S. Midterms
The data from Pew Research makes it pretty clear: minorities vote by very large margins for Democrats. 90% of blacks, and 70% of Hispanics support them, margins that have remained fairly constant for decades.
Why do Democrats push for more and more immigration? Amnesty for illegals? Voting rights for children? Voting rights restored for felons? Because they want more voters.
Demographics are destiny, and these changes are permanently altering Western nations.
4. Whites To Become A Minority
The Brookings Institute that in 2045, whites will stop being an overall majority in the United States, and will drop below 50% completely. From there the percentage of whites will continue to fall.
Of course, if more amnesties are granted for illegal aliens, that switch could happen a lot sooner than 2045. As stated before, Democrats are pushing for amnesty, as they know the (net) vote addition will go very well in their favour.
Why this drastic shift? Well, it could be the 1965 Hart Cellar Act, which changed U.S. immigration laws that favoured Europeans and capped the number. Despite claims that there would be no drastic change in the makeup of the United States, that has proven to be false.
But don’t worry, these changes won’t lead, to people being arrested or fined for hate speech. Oh wait, yes they will.
5. Changes To Lead To Seat Redistribution
It is predicted that a few dozen seats will go towards Democrats in the 2020 election. This is because that immigration and population shifts will result in more seats that Democrats can win. This is about shifting political power.
Why Republicans support mass migration when it continuously dilutes their own base and voting bloc is a bit of a mystery. Is the cheap labour they import really worth it?
6. Canadian Parliament Seat Redistribution
The 2011 Fair Representation Act added 30 seats to the Canadian Parliament, (or about 10%) bringing the total to 338. It gave Ontario 15 more seats, BC 6 more, Alberta and Quebec 3 each. As a result, areas with most growth, such as high immigration, get more political power.
Although the Parliament has a limited number of seats, shifts will continue to mean high concentrations of immigrant communities will gain more power. Consequently, the original beliefs and values of the founding stock will continue to be replaced.
Well, according to this graph from Global News, most ridings with the highest immigrant population tend to vote Liberal.
7. About Those Students, Temp Workers
Not only is there the “official” population replacement going on in Canada, but there is the unofficial replacement as well. Specifically, hundreds of thousands of international students and temporary workers are coming to Canada. As has been covered here repeatedly, there are almost all eligible for some option of remaining in Canada long after their visa runs out.
How will Canada’s electoral map look after the next seat distribution? How many more safe Liberal ridings will there be as a result.
Whites are expected to become a minority in Canada soon. What will elections and voting results look like then?