After being flagrantly wrong about the outcome of the election — he said Romney would win even though he didn’t vote for him — Vox Day is back to explain what the election means. And wouldn’t you know it, it’s all the fault of non-white people, who aren’t Real American because they voted for Obama:
The punchline to this is that Vox Day himself has immigrated out of America. He lives in Europe, surrounded, one presumes, by dirty non-Americans. Oh, and this is the end of America. Again. As it always seems to be when anyone other than a right wing nutball is elected.
Americans don’t despair now because the president is a Democrat or because blacks disproportionately supported him. That was equally true when Clinton ran for office. The reason they are reeling with shock and horror is that they have finally come to understand that the melting pot is a myth, that the grand story of immigration they swallowed as children is a monstrous falsehood, and that there are now two very different nations living within the boundaries of what they had previously believed was a single country.
The uncomfortable fact of the matter is that post-1965 immigrants are not, and never will be, Americans in the constitutional or revolutionary sense. It doesn’t matter if they are Catholic mestizos, Christian Asians or Muslim Arabs. It is not a matter of religion or race, but rather of centuries-old cultural traditions in which a dominant central government is considered a basic fact of life and a potential resource to be exploited, not a dangerous servant best viewed with suspicion and kept under constant restraint. This can be seen in the 2012 exit polls: Asians voted 73 percent for Obama’s big government message, Hispanics 71 percent, Muslims 85 percent and blacks 96 percent.