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Anonymous asked in Politics & GovernmentPolitics · 5 months ago

Do you remember America of 1971? It used to be white. Why?

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  • 5 months ago

    America wasn't all white in 1971, but one reason that there were somewhat fewer non-whites physically in the U.S. was that the U.S. government had sent many of its citizens to fight in Vietnam.

  • Anonymous
    5 months ago

    I am just a bit too young to have distinct memories of 1971, but America was hardly a "white nation" then or at any time in its history. Blacks do have a parallel but alternate history in America going back to the first settlements.

    One of the major news stories of 1971 were the Attica Riots in upstate New York; this became a touchstone for prison reform and the riots were largely instigated by black Muslim prisoners who were not permitted to practice Islam.

    The Civil Rights Movement was still going strong. The Voting Rights Act was still 3 years away.

    Vietnam was still being fought and needless to say there were black soldiers fighting and getting killed. (In 1971, Oliver Stone gave the script to Jim Morrison in hopes he would play Chris- later played by Charlie Sheen- the US Army later refused to assist because the negative portrayal of blacks).

    I recall going into NYC as a kid and seeing just miles and miles of old apartment buildings and poor neighborhoods, consisting of mostly black and Latino. The Bronx turned into an almost literal War Zone in the 70s, resembling Berlin in 1945 more than an inhabited borough of NYC.

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      5 months agoReport

      Bad memory. have looked it up first.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1968_Olympics_Black_Power_salute

  • Anonymous
    5 months ago

    no, i was born in 1996

  • 5 months ago

    I HOLD THIS TRUTH to be self-evident: that the United States of America was at its inception founded as a country of, by and for White people, regardless of what it has become or degenerated into today.

    The elites ruling America today, and the Jews prime among them, have replaced the traditional definition of America as a White people’s country with the peculiar notion that it is a “propositional nation.” This pipe-dream holds that that anyone, from anywhere in the world and of whatever race or ethnicity, can become an American if they agree with certain sugary platitudes about racial equality, equal opportunity, democracy, and so forth, and if they embrace some version of the capitalist fantasy in which everyone can theoretically become a millionaire if they just work hard enough.

    But the indisputable historical reality is that America was not founded as a “propositional nation” open to everyone in the world, but as a White people’s republic.

    The Founding of America

    The noted National Socialist thinker Matt Koehl commented on the racial origins of the United States in his 1973 essay, “American: A Racial Mission.” He wrote:

    “Before the coming of the first Europeans, the concept of ‘America’ didn’t exist — either as a nation or as a geographical term.

    “American history did not begin until the first White men set foot on these shores. Our history began as an extension of European — i.e., White, Western, or Aryan — history.

    “The pre-Columbian aborigines scattered across the North American continent and periodically engaging in inter-tribal warfare certainly did not regard themselves as ‘Americans,’ or for that matter, as members of one, single community.”

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      5 months agoReport

      Your answer is a pack of race-baiting Revisionist lies. Laughable.

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  • Anonymous
    5 months ago

    Cause mass white immigration, the immigration that built this great white nation

  • 5 months ago

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    Not so much in California and New York.

    Was very much multi cultural.

    As they are today.

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