Why Congressman Steve King is Preaching to the Choir.

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by Billy Roper


You want to know why preachers preach to the choir? Because they know who is guaranteed to show up every Sunday.


You know why Congresscritters say things that people in other parts of the country find bizarre and repulsive? Because their political futures don’t rely on national elections. They’re speaking to their constituents, who will either re-elect them or send them home, during the next election cycle.


Left-wing black Democrat Maxine Waters can say the most ridiculous things, such as:


“Guess what this liberal would be all about?   This liberal would be about socializing … uh, umm.   … Would be about, basically, taking over, and the government running all of your companies.”


“Policy, for the most part, has been made by white people in America, not by people of color.   And they have tended to take care of those things that they think are important.   Whether it’s their agricultural subsidies, or other kinds of expenditures that are certainly not expenditures for poor people or for people of color.   And so we have to band together and keep fighting back.”


Oh, and…“I have to march because my mother could not have an abortion.”


And, zero flips are given back home in South Central Los Angeles, her Congressional district. Remember the Rodney King riots? Yeah, it hasn’t changed much. They LOVE her there, she’s 78 and will stay in office until she eventually dries up and turns white, as feces of her particular hue tends to do when it assumes room temperature.


In contrast, liberals in blue states are stroking out over Congessman Steve King of Iowa’s recent twitter statements in support of Dutch political candidate Geert Wilders.


“Wilders understands that culture and demographics are our destiny. We can’t restore our civilization with somebody else’s babies.”


Whoah, right?


Of course, Republican Party of Iowa Chairman (((Jeff Kaufmann))) publicly disagreed with Congressman King, and many other Republican establishment types cucked hard to the left and called him everything but a White man. One of them, a Mongoloid, tweeted out pictures of his two Chinese kids, others disavowed him, and instead of apologizing, at least so far, as we see so many celebrities and national figures do when they get called out for not being sufficiently politically correct, King did something different. He doubled down.


The Congressman said yesterday that he “meant exactly what I said”.


“You cannot rebuild your civilization with somebody else’s babies,” King said in a CNN interview. “You’ve got to keep your birth rate up, and that you need to teach your children your values. In doing so, you can grow your population, you can strengthen your culture, and you can strengthen your way of life.”


Of course, every White person who hasn’t forgotten what the intent of our (exclusively White) Founding Fathers were for the United States when they said they were establishing it to secure the blessings of liberty for themselves and their progeny, and know what they wrote into law as the first definition of who could become a citizen of the United States, the Naturalization Act of 1790, are waiting to see if he’ll break it down and cry for forgiveness. Based on the story’s absence from today’s controlled media news cycle, though, I’m betting that he won’t. I’m betting that, like the consummate politician he is, King gauged the feeling of his voters back home pretty well. Caveat: Steve King is not the second coming of Adolf Hitler, and I’m not trying to imply that he’s one of us. But he is tapping the pulse of his constituents, and they don’t find anything controversial about what he said out in that flyover country, deeply red Iowa heartland.


The difference between what Maxine Waters can get away with saying, and what Steve King can get away with saying, no matter how much people outside their constituencies might flip out over them, reflects just how divided and polarized the country is, from one region to the next. That’s because America is balkanizing, tearing apart at the seams, and headed towards a breakup into several ethnostates.


They say that if you want to know who it is that’s really in charge, ask yourself who it is that you’re not allowed to criticize. In our latter day America, that varies by a lot, from one emerging future nation-state to another.


Here’s the takeaway from Steve King. No Congressman from Mississippi, or Alabama, or Georgia could say such a thing without it being considered political suicide. Nor could one from Oregon or Washington state. Since his comments are a direct reflection of the views of his voters back home, well…


If you want to know where New America, our coming White Nation, is going to be, ask yourself where the most reviled Congressman is from.


In other words, the fallout from Steve King’s remarks directly supports and validates the forecast for America’s future in my book ‘The Balk’. Maybe Steve King has read it. Or maybe, instead of indulging in wishful thinking as some regionalists do, he’s just a pragmatic politician who can wet his finger, stick it in the air, and see which direction the winds of change are blowing.


Outside of New America, the winds of change don’t just blow, they suck. That’s why so many Whites from the rest of the country are moving here. You should join them.