A home is most Americans’ biggest investment. It is a place of refuge, a hedge against economic insecurity, a place to raise a family, and the place where one spends a significant amount of free time. A man’s home is his castle. Most people pick a home not just based on its physical features, but for other important factors, such as the safety of the neighborhood, the similarity of one’s neighbors, and the quality of schools. Those things affect not only the economic value of a home, but whether one will continue to and enjoy remaining a homeowner in a particular place.
Social engineers could care less about that and, indeed, consider those factors part of the “structures of oppression and privilege.” For them, your home is a movable pawn in their game of social engineering. You will be forced to associate with people whom you have tried to avoid, and the economic impact, the impact on your children’s schools, and the impact on your safety are all features of this scheme. You get the “benefits” of diversity. All the while, they sneer in contempt of the “lily white” suburbs, barely masking their racial animus.
Through the artifacts of county lines and independent school districts, most safety-oriented whites have fled the inner cities. Indeed, so have many of the more responsible cohorts of other races. The style of life, safety, and demographics of the suburbs are very different from the majority-minority inner cities. People work. Marriages stay together. Streets and public spaces are clean and orderly. People expect law biding behavior and have no tolerance for the criminal class. This is not a fluke; these demographic differences make the suburbs desirable, particularly for families with children.
Most whites are in denial, or at least a little embarrassed, about what they’re doing and why. The minorities they know–from work or the military or even among their neighbors–who act like them are treated like everyone else and are well liked. It’s . . . just . . . that so many of them don’t act this way, and when they move (or are moved) into the neighborhood, its character changes. If they mention this, it is only to close family members and friends, and said in a hushed tone, with lots of caveats owing to whites’ natural fair-mindedness and natural aversion to “tribal” thinking. So they say they like the “safety” of the neighborhoods and the fact they have “good schools.” Unfortunately, fair mindedness aside, these amenities will not be allowed to last. The recent Supreme Court ruling on the “disparate impact” rule regarding housing discrimination will make everything up for grabs. What, no Section 8 apartments? Fines and a consent decree for your nonconformist neighborhood. And, for whatever the Plaintiff’s lawyers do not accomplish, the Obama administration is promising its own campaign to give suburbs the “benefits” of diversity and affordable housing by forcibly putting them into the once-locally-controlled communities. For some reason, I think well healed members of the ruling class will find a way to weasel out of these things, as they already do when they live in urban areas. But for the struggling middle class and their hated lifestyle in the suburbs, it’s open season.
When this occurred, in urban areas, the impact of which was accelerated by forced integration, whites moved out from the cities en masse, and crime and disorder ruled the day in the urban cores. This has led to complete meltdowns of cities like Detroit and large scale “no go” zones in cities like Chicago, DC, Boston, and New York. That modest degree of self-defense achieved at great expense will now be undone in the name of justice and diversity. The only refuge will be far flung places like Vermont and Idaho where for various historical reasons, the population is mostly made up of white Americans. And, even there, they may find themselves dumping grounds for alien refugees, as once peaceful Minnesota and Wausau, Wisconsin have discovered.
The big social issues are not irrelevant. Things like the brazen insults to Christian groups and the forced imposition of gay marriage on the voters of 31 states who amended their constitutions to stop it is a reminder to ordinary Americans that they have no power and get no respect from the ruling class. But these kinds of assaults occur in parallel with real “bread and butter” issues that directly affect their lives: racial agitation leading to riots and crimes, lackadaisical immigration enforcement that leads to lower performing schools and increased alienation from their neighbors, and forced association with people whom one otherwise tries to avoid.
This anti-white social engineering will lead to a kind of revolt and willful noncompliance by a group sick of being pushed around and rendered unable to carve out spaces of their own, or it will lead to their complete suppression and subordination to the new ruling class and their client groups. The social engineering is rendering alternatives impossible, and this matter is very much coming to a crisis point.