As part of demographics in action, Junior Alexandra Wallace has left UCLA. According to the NY Daily News, this was due to a torrent of death threats against her and her family.
On Monday, the student newspaper reported she contacted police after she received numerous threats. And as news of the video continued to spread, the threats did as well. Her political science professor, Phil Gussin, told the Daily Bruin that he was working with her to make alternative plans to take her finals – because of the nature and volume of the threats.
Meanwhile, the Orange County Register says to its readers, don’t fear population shifts. After all, diversity and multiculturalism are a wonderland of fun!
Would an Asian student who made derogatory (and accurate) remarks about Whites have been the target of death threats (along with her family?) What about a Black student, posting a Youtube video filled with derogatory (and accurate) views about White students? [Every ethnic/racial group has habits and behaviors on average that are dysfunctional, that is part of being human, being flawed.] The answer of course is no, and the power of demographics, with Whites in the numerical minority, give a powerful lesson to all.
As one poster in commenting on Alexandra Wallace’s experience noted, Ms. Wallace may not have graduated from UCLA, but she received a lesson. A lesson nearly all observant Whites have not failed to grasp. Any criticism, no matter how unthreatening or innocuous the speaker, of a non-White group by a White person, will be met with credible threats of violence that the authorities will do nothing about. Whites are as numerical minorities in California, second or third class citizens.
Really, does this woman look like someone who merits death threats? She’s not exactly physically or intellectually threatening. That her Youtube video, after her groveling apology, generated so many genuine death threats against her and her family that she had to withdraw from UCLA, speaks to the irrational rage and unchecked power of non-Whites. Rest assured that any White student or person making death threats against a non-White and her family, would have been summarily arrested. Yet from the story, nothing was done against those making the threats, which are in fact criminal offenses (but not enforced when made against Whites).
The Orange County Register, meanwhile, makes the statement:
The Register also found: “The only thing different in Orange County was the size of the numbers. The county lost about 15 percent of its white population (about 226,000 people) but gained nearly 80 percent more Hispanics (nearly 450,000 people) and more than 120 percent more Asians (more than 290,000 people) since 1990.”
Although some people pound their desks worrying about these demographic shifts, they don’t bother us. For one, nothing can be done about it. For another, Orange County seems just as pleasant as it was in 1990 or earlier. Why do we generally get along so well?
For us, the key factor always is individual liberty – to judge persons as individuals, not as members of groups. We believe that freedom is so contagious that it can take root anywhere, anytime, be it here or Asia or North Africa. The desire for liberty is written on every human heart.
You can see how demonstrably false this is, by examining what happened to Ms. Wallace. It is unarguably true that many Asian students and Asian people found offense in what Ms. Wallace said. This is quite natural, and “diverse” societies where one racial/ethnic/religious group does not dominate to the tune of 85% or more, will always and always, give offense constantly to different groups. Absent a Tito, a Stalin, or a Sultan, to crush regularly all who oppose him, and promote favored groups over others. This is the lesson of history. At no time have different ethnic, religious, racial, and other groups all gotten along like a Disneyland “It’s a Small World” ride.
Ms. Wallace and her family got death threats because she was judged as part of a group. One that had little power and ability to deflect credible threats of death against her and her family. Rule of law simply ceases to exist, as Ms. Wallace’s case illustrates, when different racial and ethnic groups exist, without one being so dominant it maintains absolute control. As Eric Holder recently said, the idea that Whites have civil rights is an insult to “my people.”
Diversity means, in effect, Whites as second class or worse, citizens, with no real legal rights, no protection of their rights from government, a “free fire zone” against Whites who give offense to any non-White. The lesson of Ms. Wallace is not lost on observant people. UCLA offered her no protection, from death threats. Nor did law enforcement.
White flight to all-White areas will only accelerate as part of this “diversity” but in the end flight is limited. There are few places to go and non-Whites like to live in wealthy White areas as well. Eventually this will bring a crisis. Because there is no possibility of the Orange County Register’s view of treating people as individuals. It has never happened, it is not happening now, and will not happen in the future.