Mexifornia: The Future Is Closer
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California's non-American destiny is rushing toward us, as a new demographic fact was recently plopped out by state statisticians: the majority of public school students are now Hispanic. Doubtless, Hispanic supremacist Jorge Ramos will be thrilled with the news; he's the broadcast talking head who predicted, s'In other words, Latinos are not only the largest minority right now, but eventually we will be the majority in the United States, and the process is well underway.t( The demographic change is beyond underway in California. America should be forewarned about what's coming unless the borders are enforced and legal immigration is substantially curtailed.

Latino kids now majority in state's public schools, San Francisco Chronicle, November 13, 2010 Latinos now make up a majority of California's public school students, cracking the 50 percent barrier for the first time in the state's history, according to data released Friday by the State Department of Education. Almost 50.4 percent of the state's students in the 2009-10 school year identified themselves as Hispanic or Latino, up 1.36 percent from the previous year. In comparison, 27 percent of California's 6.2 million students identified themselves as white, 9 percent as Asian and 7 percent as black. Students calling themselves Filipino, Pacific Islander, Native American or other total almost 7 percent. While the result was no surprise to educators, experts say the shift underscores the huge impact Latinos already have on California's politics, economy and school system.

No mention is made of how many parents who can afford private school avoid the diversity of public classrooms. The Chronicle reported a few years ago that a substantial level of parents in ultra-liberal San Francisco chose private education despite the cost:

Many reluctantly choose private schools, San Francisco Chronicle, May 31, 2006 In San Francisco, families choose private and religious schools in higher proportion than in any other major city in the country. Last year, 29.3 percent of the city's school-age population went to private or religious schools. About 10 percent of children nationwide and 8.7 percent of those in California attend private or parochial schools. Marin County has the second-highest rate in the state at 18.7 percent, followed by San Mateo at 15.4 percent and Napa at 13.4 percent.

Still, the basic point remains: California has been overwhelmed by Spanish-speaking illegal aliens and immigrants. As a result, the society has been remade, from a conservative bastion a few decades ago to a crazy-blue state now. A sign of the population shift is the growing intimidation unleashed by ungrateful s'immigrantst( who remain loyal to Mexico et al. One example is the Turlock boy who was told to remove an American flag from his bike because school administrators feared how the Hispanic students would react.

However, American values prevailed for the time being, after a ruckus was raised.

School Reverses Course After Ordering Student to Remove American Flag From Bike, Fox News, November 12, 2010 A California school has done a U-turn after it forced a student to remove an American flag attached to his bike, saying the Stars and Stripes could spur racial tensions on campus. [. . .] Superintendent Edward Parraz says the school was trying to avoid racial tensions that stemmed from a s'little issuet( that arose when Hispanic students brought Mexican flags to school on Cinco De Mayo.

That's right. The school administration fears violence from Mexican students when their ethnic tantrums do not receive adequate pandering. Diversity is beginning to look a lot like chaos in California.

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