Modern progressives accuse America of being racist, imperialist, and xenophobic in the past. To the extent that they mean racially conscious, expansionist, and insular, they’re right too. Conservatives who deny this look foolish, as when they claim Martin Luther King Jr. was a Republican in spirit. Many non-whites will always resent early American history and traditional American symbols such as the Betsy Ross flag and the national anthem.
The solution is not to condemn the Founders, but to destroy contemporary racial dogmas. Unless we dispose of these modern “values,” we must constantly justify our national existence to non-whites and immigrants. No self-respecting people does this.
Whatever President Trump’s intellectual shortcomings, he was fundamentally right that these non-white congresswomen, especially Ilhan Omar, hate our country. If you were in a relationship with someone who said she loved you but hated your appearance, beliefs, and character, you’d leave. Rep. Omar says she and her colleagues speak from “extreme love for every single person in this country.” Really? Does that include President Trump? His supporters? Those who respect the “genocidal” Founders? White nationalists?
Consider Congolese immigrant Therese Patricia Okoumou, who scaled the Statue of Liberty on the Fourth of July to protest American immigration laws. She showed up in court with a shirt saying, “No human is illegal on stolen land.” This isn’t “love;” it’s naked hostility. It’s an open declaration that our country is illegitimate. If whites showed up in other countries demanding they change their customs, heroes, and traditions, the natives wouldn’t stand for it.
Ilhan Omar and her ilk are foreigners whatever their passports say. President Trump recognizes this in some vague way; so do many of his supporters. Yet he can’t really define the problem. He enthusiastically accuses Congresswoman Omar of being anti-Semitic, but lacks the courage to call her anti-white or say that she is not really American.
She and others don’t hate only our government or our economic system. They hate the founding population—white people. And they will replace us if they can. Our political leaders must stop the invasion. If they don’t, whites must replace them.