CNN: “The report on the 2012 election found that for the first time on record, black voters turned out to the presidential polls at a higher rate than whites. More than 66% of eligible blacks voted in the presidential contest that pit President Barack Obama against Republican nominee Mitt Romney. Only 64.1% of whites turned out to vote.
“The report was released Wednesday. This the first time since 1968 that blacks turned out at a higher rate the whites.
“In addition to blacks turning out at a higher rate, the number of Asian and Hispanic voters grew from 2008 to 2012. Hispanics added 1.4 million people and Asians added over 500,000. Between 1996 and 2012, blacks, Asians and Hispanics all saw their percentage of the voting population increase.”
Now read this:
Quote: “These trends will continue, and the United States will be majority-minority nation by 2042. By 2050, the country will be 54 percent minority as Latinos double from 15 percent to 30 percent of the population, Asian Americans increase from 5 percent to 9 percent, and African Americans move from 14 to 15 percent.
“Other demographic trends accentuate Democrats’ advantage. The Millennial generation (those born between 1978 and 2000) is adding 4 million eligible voters to
the voting pool every year, and this group voted for Obama by a stunning 66-32
margin in 2008. By 2020—the first presidential election in which all Millennials
will have reached voting age—this generation will be 103 million strong, and
about 90 million of them will be eligible voters. Those 90 million Millennial eligible voters will represent just under 40 percent of America’s total eligible voters.
These White “Millennials” need to be our target. We need to start focusing on them and figuring out how to weaponize the garbage culture they’re being reared in and steeped in to show them the grim truth of the future. I think aggressively pro-White hip-hop, for instance, is a possible weapon. I like the poetry of the idea; like bludgeoning a savage with his own cudgel.
One thing we have in our favor is the Millennial attitude that is pro-activism, what one might even call a naive and self-assured enthusiasm for “effecting change.”
I think if we can turn the lights on for them, they–THEY–will tell US what is to be done to convince others in their generational cadre. And if we frame our arguments right, we can show that WE are the underdogs and that their Left-liberal upbringing was a form of brainwashing that they must overcome to be strong.
That’s a message these kids “feel.”