Mobility, Immigration, The Big Sort and Political Polarization Yields Sortocracy
The self-described “social conservative” Jonathan Last has published a book entitled What to Expect When No One’s Expecting: America’s Coming Demographic Disaster in which he makes the case for greater government support of fertility. He says nothing about race replacement or the demographic landslide toward the Democratic Party that is a distraction for the former. He doesn’t have to, of course: Obama-type “leadership” will now route government support of fertility to the groups that vote for them. All Jonathan Last has to do is make the case for government intervention in falling birth rates. Politics will do the dirty work in mopping up the white population. His lavish praise for immigration, claiming that we only have 10 more years to try to get people to immigrate to the US, was really quite gratuitous.
As this is all par for the course among the chattering classes, including “social conservative” Republicans, there is nothing of particular interest, except that he does toward the end of his C-SPAN interivew bring up the geographic political polarization that is now occurring as a consequence of greater mobility—the same mobility that is enabling greater immigration and invasion of the heartland. He cites The Big Sort: Why the Clustering of Like-Minded America is Tearing Us Apart, which documents the increasing geographic polarization of politics in the US, with a rise in the number of “landslide counties”—counties that vote in one extreme or the other during Presidential elections.
Of the various proposals for a white preservationist revolution, Sortocracy is the only one that capitalizes on this established, and strong trend toward community assortation.
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