"As California loses its white majority, it is also losing any sense of ethnic or cultural coherence. This will be the state's most devastating loss. ... The hatred they share for whites is hardly enough to unify blacks and Hispanics. Though the press is squeamish about reporting it, the blacks in South-Central deeply resent the influx of Hispanics. AR has already reported (Dec. 1992) on one of the irresolvable questions that face growing numbers of minorities. What happens to affirmative action benefits when there are no more whites left whose interests can be sacrificed? ... So where does this leave the poor bloody white man? It has begun to dawn on him that if public schools spend their time teaching Hmong and Guatemalans how to speak English there may never be time for algebra or Shakespeare. It has begun to dawn on him that as the numbers of tax money receivers overtakes the number of tax payers, he can look forward to having his very own, probably brown-skinned dependent to take care of. It has begun to dawn on him that the newcomers show few signs of becoming American and that they resent him because he is American. It has begun to dawn on him that as more than 600 black, Hispanic, Vietnamese, and Chinese gang members gun each other down every year, he might be caught in the cross-fire. Although there are times when parts of California still feel just like the paradise they used to be, more and more whites can see the future well enough to know that it holds no place for them. The white exodus has begun. ... Whites who would doubtless find 'ethnic cleansing' a loathsome horror in the Balkans do not hesitate to practice a form of it themselves. ... When neighborhoods lose their white majorities schools decay, crime increases, taxes rise, welfare proliferates, and what was once an outpost of civilization subsides into barbarism", Marian Evans at American Renaissance, March 1993, link: http://amren.com/ar/1993/03/index.html.
"Once the envy of the other 49 states, California has become the measure of failure. Historically a trend-setter, once again, as California goes, so may go the nation. ... 'The same pressures that drove the Golden State toward fiscal disaster are wreaking havoc in a number of states, with potentially damaging consequences for the enrtire country,' concluded the study, 'Beyond California: States in Fiscal Peril.' ... California, Illinois and New Jersey repeatedly have used borrowing or accounting schemes to put off tough budget decisions. ... The problem will only be aggravated by bailing out states like California that repeatedly have used poor judgment in relying disproportionately on cyclical industries, and that have borrowed excessively or employed accounting gimmicks rather than making tough decisions about which activities to stop doing, or do less of. ... The 'too big to fail' approach to fiscal management is merely more of the same poison that made these states so economically ill", Editorial at the Orange County Register, 2 December 2009, link: http://www.ocregister.com/common/printer/view.php?db+ocregister&id=222145
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