The Great Replacement Is Not a Conspiracy

Gregory Hood, American Renaissance, September 11, 2019

When we say it, it’s supposed to be a conspiracy theory. When they say it, it’s self-evident.

Stacey Abrams enjoys a promising career for someone who lost her last election. She refused to admit defeat, yet is rarely accused of undermining “our democracy.” Many people want her to run for president or be vice-president.

Why? She has no ideas to speak of. Her politics are crude. Yet she understands that a multicultural, multiracial democracy is a demographic head count. She wants State Conquest, that is, for the state to serve the interests not of the founding people but of a different people. She wants to destroy the symbols of white America, such as Stone Mountain, and replace them with those of her own people. She’s a herald of the Great Replacement in Georgia.