Immigration Restriction and Hispanic Population Growth

The Federalist Party Restoration as the ruling wing of the Republican Party has commenced.  With the GOP’s banner, courtesy of Donald Trump and Alexander Hamilton’s Electoral College, now painted black, white and blue the task for we Hamiltonians is to hold true to the principles of the Tricolour Lincoln.

A prominent concern of those enduring principles is demographic policy.  That policy is for us nothing less than what Hamilton, Clay, and Lincoln understood it to be:  That the citizenry of the United States must consist of white citizens and white immigrants and that to reach this objective the policies of the Federal Government must ensure their demographic expansion and prosperity across North America.

Consistent in this regard with the noble sentiments of Abraham Lincoln and his ideological predecessors and heirs, we at Pragmatically Distributed turn to the topic of bringing Hispanic demographic increase to its well-deserved halt.

Specifically we assess the impact on Hispanic population growth by merely deporting all illegal aliens and deterring new illegals, with no changes to legal immigration.  Isolated from other actions, the effect of turning back just illegal immigration would be significant:

Since 1990 the net annual increase of the Hispanic population has been in the range of 1.4 to 1.5 million persons.  Assuming net annual illegal immigration is at least 500,000, blocking new illegal Hispanics would slow their annual growth rate to 900,000 to 1 million.  Assuming illegal immigrants give birth to 400,000 to 500,000 children each year, the removal of existing illegal immigrants (who when off  United States soil would be unable to give birth to new citizens) would decrease their overall population growth to only 400,000 to 600,000 a year.

This slowdown would occur absent any changes to legal immigration policy.  Were legal immigration lowered to 300,000 or less, the growth of the Hispanic population would become stagnant; possibly going into reverse as their birth rate declines, and limited to no inflows make up for the out-migration or deaths of existing Hispanics.

When Trump takes power in January he will have the opportunity given to him by his jurisdiction over illegal immigration to immediately take dramatically effective action to bring about Lincoln’s White Republic.

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15 thoughts on “Immigration Restriction and Hispanic Population Growth”

  1. Who is your main constituency?

    I consider my audience any intelligent white American who is right-leaning or libertarian. If they aren’t yet fully persuaded to the virtues of Hamiltonian Conservatism, many will be won over to the cause if they give the blog enough time. Federalist Conservatism, btw, just so happens to be the politics of the President-elect; if readers don’t leave fully indoctrinated into this blog’s cause they would still do well to follow it to keep them clued into what’s going on.

    The main constituency for this would be white nationalists and the alt-right, but they’re anti-Semitic and don’t consider Jews to be white:

    The altright and white nationalism are composed of weak, failed, men.

    There’s no reason why race realism should be defined and limited to the preferences of such meager individuals.

    Both Hamilton and Lincoln were white supremacists by modern standards and both considered Jews to be white. If the altright doesn’t agree with the two greatest nationalists in not only American history but all of Western history then the altright is on the wrong side of American nationalism and deserves to be dismissed.

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  2. I consider myself to be part of the alt-right church, but I couldn’t be more pro-Jewish and pro-Israel. I agree with John Derbyshire that up to a point, there is no harm in multiculturalism. But once a certain proportion of the population that is not indigenous is exceeded, people don’t assimilate and turn instead to tribalism (including in politics), so that society starts to become fractured and lacking in cohesion. Those problems are made worse by the modern obsession with identity politics.

    In my opinion, the constituency of blogs like this one and LOTB is the entire population of rational, intelligent conservatives who believe in the values of western civilisation, whatever their background.

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  3. But once a certain proportion of the population that is not indigenous is exceeded, people don’t assimilate and turn instead to tribalism (including in politics), so that society starts to become fractured and lacking in cohesion.

    It comes down to evolutionary traits. There are inherent, genetically based psychological reasons why different races produce different cultures and assimilate into different cultures more easily than others. The more the genetic traits of the citizens differ from the founding population the more cultural tensions there will be – races prone to criminality will have greater difficulty assimilating into societies where the native race has low crime rates, and so on.

    Taking this fact and applying it to the West’s immigration policies I see no other conclusion than that Western states should limit their immigration sources to other white nations and take other measures, in a reasonably humane way, to encourage outmigration of non-white citizens. At a minimum they should strive to bring levels of racial diversity to smaller, more manageable levels.

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  4. I consider myself to be part of the alt-right church, but I couldn’t be more pro-Jewish and pro-Israel.

    And you’re one of the better commenters.

    Present, fine, company excepted, I see unfortunately here in the US the altright, which was poorly defined at its beginning, has been defined by Richard Spencer, his screwy Twitter acolytes, their media debacles and the media taking advantage of those failures with typically unfair reporting, as NeoNazism.

    At this point I don’t think it can free itself of the Nazi label despite the fact non-Nazi apologists such as Bannon and yourself associate yourselves with it in some degree.

    To avoid this problem, I’ve decided to define this blog’s politics as opposed to anti-Semitism since it’s this obsession that leads to blog comments degenerating into total cretinism and drives away higher quality audience members.

    In my opinion, the constituency of blogs like this one and LOTB is the entire population of rational, intelligent conservatives who believe in the values of western civilisation, whatever their background.

    And we’re pleased to have you and anyone similar to you.

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  5. Indeed. Just as Japan has done, in fact (noting of course that Japan is not ‘white’). It is interesting to speculate why the Left has absolutely nothing to say about Japan. Is it because the country is remarkably cohesive, crime free, etc, so that any comparisons with western nations would show up the weaknesses of their arguments?

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  6. “At this point I don’t think it can free itself of the Nazi label despite the fact non-Nazi apologists such as Bannon and yourself associate yourselves with it in some degree.”

    All communities suffer from lunatic fringes, especially in politics. I don’t regard myself as apologising for these people, I don’t associate with them in any way. At the moment, the “alt right” label is all like-minded conservatives have to cling to, and it’s important that we strengthen the brand over time (eg by disassociating ourselves from the lunatics) rather than allow the Left to destroy it. When your own brand of politics, viz Hamiltonian Conservatism, is a national force, I’ll happily apply to become a member!

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  7. To give some history behind HBD and altrightism for those new to it, in the 9 years I’ve been following race realist blogs I remember what HBD was like before Spencer wrote his altright manifesto a few years ago.

    Prior to that silly entry of his into the public debate and his even sillier encores, I would describe the typical HBD demographic as white libertarians, white ex-libertarians, and white upper middle class Republicans who wanted a serious discussion of immigration, race and diversity but were turned off by the Heil Hitler-88 clowns.

    For a few years it looked as if HBD websites had broken free of the Nazi baggage and attracted a higher quality white audience. But HBD did not exclude Nazi apologists.

    When Spencer came along with his manifesto he began hijacking a small, but talented, web niche that had showed signs of progress and redefined it with his dumbed down National Socialism. At the same time he believed he could do this while still retaining its initial talent.

    About five years later I can confirm that while he may have relabeled HBD in his own image he failed to keep the quality of HBD going: Commenters are worse across the board on older HBD blogs, newer altright websites aren’t as compelling as were older HBD blogs, scientific discussions of genetics have been bogged down by nonsense such as Nordicism, and now Spencer has, probably decisively, associated the altright with the dead end of Stormfrontism.

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  8. It is interesting to speculate why the Left has absolutely nothing to say about Japan. Is it because the country is remarkably cohesive, crime free, etc, so that any comparisons with western nations would show up the weaknesses of their arguments?

    This has often been speculated about on the Right. Part of the reason many return to it is that its answer has many dimensions to it.

    I think part of the reason is that white Liberals do not truly hold non-whites to the same moral standards they hold whites to. Perhaps this is because, unconsciously and rather ironically, they don’t consider non-whites to be as advanced as whites, not even the quite advanced Japanese.

    If Japanese are “only Japanese” then they can’t be blamed for excluding foreigners when “enlightened” Liberal whites do not since Japanese aren’t up to “our” level.

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  9. At the moment, the “alt right” label is all like-minded conservatives have to cling to, and it’s important that we strengthen the brand over time (eg by disassociating ourselves from the lunatics) rather than allow the Left to destroy it.

    As far as I’m concerned you can identify as altright and I won’t hold the foolishness of others against you since I’m not easily deceived by shallow marketing labels.

    The problem for sound members of the altright is others lack the ability I have to easily distinguish people who don’t fit the fringe altright profile.

    If this profile becomes tainted enough, those sane elements will be spending an excessive amount of time distinguishing themselves from the fringe that would be better spent making their own case, a case that’s already facing enough of an uphill battle against psychological resistance from mainstream Conservatives as it is.

    When your own brand of politics, viz Hamiltonian Conservatism, is a national force, I’ll happily apply to become a member!

    Fair enough.

    In the meantime I do have a President-elect who does match Hamilton’s politics in a rather uncanny, happily unexpected way. And I will be sure to use the opportunity to make our case.

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  10. We all support Trump. But to be honest, there is not much ideology underpinning his beliefs. He’s far more pragmatic on immigration than you or I for example: it seems he only wants to expel criminal illegals, and enforce the borders in future. Barring the issue of anti-Semitism, is there anything else you don’t like about the alt right? You have followed the movement for longer, and in more detail, than I have. People I follow most are ex-Brits, Peter Brimelow and John Derbyshire. Neither have the least association with anti-Semitism. And they regard themselves as members of the alt-right. On HBD, do you read James Thompson of the UK?

    http://drjamesthompson.blogspot.co.uk/

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  11. But to be honest, there is not much ideology underpinning his beliefs. He’s far more pragmatic on immigration than you or I for example: it seems he only wants to expel criminal illegals, and enforce the borders in future.

    Somewhat true. And yet his most consistently stated policy positions broadly match Hamilton’s Federalist Party to an uncanny degree despite it being unlikely he has so much as heard of it considering through most of the campaign he struggled to recite a basic bullet point list of his own platform.

    Would you believe he’s psychically channeling this blog?

    Barring the issue of anti-Semitism, is there anything else you don’t like about the alt right?

    Acknowledging this list does not apply to all of them, in no particular order:

    * They often favor Socialist economics for whites, I will argue (and will show as the blog continues) whites do best under Capitalism.

    * They are isolationists, my foreign policy preferences are realist.

    * They sympathize with reviving Pagan morality, I see Christian morality as the only viable moral foundation for the West (except for Israel which has Judaism).

    * They favor the gold standard, I prefer fractional reserve banking.

    * They are Confederate apologists, as you can tell by my portrait of Lincoln I say the Union was correct.

    * Many are anarcho-Libertarians, I’ve pointed out how this is an unworkable pipedream and distinguished Capitalism from this strand of Libertarianism.

    People I follow most are ex-Brits, Peter Brimelow and John Derbyshire. Neither have the least association with anti-Semitism. And they regard themselves as members of the alt-right.

    True enough but it’s the noisy stupid members of the alt-right who are now defining it.

    On HBD, do you read James Thompson of the UK?

    I did once but lost track of him. Thanks for reminding me, I will have to take a peak at his recent activities.

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  12. Have you been following the rise of the alt-right though? It’s not based on HBD sites or Stormfront or any of the older internet sites. It’s a very young movement, and it’s based entirely on social media, Twitter, 4chan, and newer sites, and making memes and stuff. In terms of popularity and influence, especially among younger people, it’s overwhelming and dominates the remnants of HBD sites still around.

    Without some form of internet censorship, I don’t see how alternative right wing ideologies can compete with the alt-right. The alt-right is a distributed movement that is able to influence people because of social media.

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  13. @Seth

    Yes I’ve seen the altright develop since Spencer wrote his precious altright manifesto.

    You of course are entitled to your opinion, but I read its history differently. It seems to me Spencer in his initial declaration was trying to turn some of the success HBD had in attracting a young, clever, exceptionally autistic, audience into his version of white nationalism. Spencer had nothing to do with the initial burst of initiative in HBD, he IMO simply appropriated it.

    About 5 years later I see what was once called HBD now devolving into Stormfrontism.

    The decline in talent that has resulted in this wrong direction, with some grande exceptions like Lioncub acknowledged, is noticeable for someone such as myself who has followed it for nearly 10 years.

    Nor do I see any particular gain among the young. There is greater media presence but that’s a poor substitute for the initial talent that has faded out of the old HBD movement. All of the Twitter accounts in the universe will not convince me that the altright, in the direction it’s heading, will deserve to be taken seriously as anything but a marketing meme anymore than putting a lab coat over Kim Kardashian will convince me she’s Marie Curie.

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