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Friday, March 2, 2018

The New York Times calls Trump a racist

Por MRod

“The nation must set and enforce a limit on how many immigrants we accept each year, and that means all cannot be accepted”, had said Attorney General Jeff Sessions last September. This embraces the new era for the United States under Trump’s administration. The New York Times states that the current government is trying to turn America into a white country again.

It is not a conclusion recently discovered by the New York Times, but it is effective and responsible that such a paper says it out loud: “The White House is assertively working to make America white again, and Democrats are too afraid to speak that truth". The publication talks about the deportations of immigrants of color, the elimination of the DACA program protecting immigrant children and the proposals propounded by the anti-immigration voices in the administration will all have the undeniable effect of slowing the rapid racial diversification of the United States population. Despite this sweeping attempt at racial social engineering, few voices in progressive and Democratic circles are responding with the kinds of outrage that one would expect”.

Yes. It’s a shout! A call for Democrats to do more than updating their Twitter accounts and call Mr. Trump a few names. According to the renowned American newspaper, “the pro-white preferences of Donald Trump and his government, especially when it comes to immigration, are innumerable. From the day he launched his presidential campaign in 2015, demonizing Mexicans to the enthusiasm generated by the promise to build a wall along the US-Mexico border and through the aggressive pace of deportations of immigrants of color revoking DACA and vulgarly denigrating the African nations and Haiti, his presidency has been very clear about his predilection for white people”. Don’t you agree with them?

The NYT cites a recent analysis by The Washington Post, which found that proposals by the US government to reduce legal immigration by restraining family reunification would briefly delay the date when whites become a minority. "By drastically reducing the number of Hispanic immigrants and black Africans entering the United States, this plan would redesign the country's future," said economist Michael Clemens to the New York Times.

In words of the influent media, Trump government's approach is not accidental: “since the approval of the Immigration and Nationality Act of 1952 and its amendments in 1965, the chromatic composition of the country's population has undergone a fundamental transformation. In 1965, people of color used to represent 12 percent of the population of the United States. In recent decades, that percentage has more than tripled, to the point where non-white people make up almost 39 percent of US residents. That is why Trump's people have understood that the specific laws seek to eliminate those who have played an important role in that demographic revolution.” At the current rhythm of his measures, no one dares to refuse the idea of a whiter America at times, Trump times, goes by. The motto sold in the elections had a word misplaced in the end, white for great. It all depends on US citizens now.