Of tennis, canaries and coal mines 30 March 2011 brings us jarringly into 21st Century America:
â€¦Americaâ€™s top tennis player, Andy Roddickâ€¦youâ€™d expect rapturous support from him all over the US of A whenever he plays. But that didnâ€™t happen this week in his match against Pablo Cuevas at the Miami Openâ€¦South Florida (and Miami in particular) is not longer really America, rather itâ€™s the HOG, Hispanic Occupied America. In the match in question the crowd were rooting for Cuevas. Now had he been Mexican or Cuban I could understand it, as this is where most of the occupiers originateâ€¦But Cuevas comes from Uruguay, a small South American country thousands of miles from Miami. From what I could see there was only one Uruguayan flag among the seething mass of Cuevasâ€™ supporters
The crowd were supporting Cuevas because heâ€™s Hispanic. Against the white American. A powerful sense of Hispanic identity, one that's hostile to white American identity, has now taken a powerful grip in the country. And as we know from this research, and from real life experience, social capital goes out the window when a country is composed of different closely knit racial or religious groupings.
VDARE.com readers know about Robert Putnamâ€™s work.
Irish Savant gets to the point: â€?Hispanic Occupied Americaâ€?.
Thanks, 1965 Act Perpetrators