Great Replacement

Tucker Carlson of Fox News has been amplifying the so-called “great replacement” theory that has been circulating in the far-right fringes of American politics. The argument is that there is an elaborate plot to accelerate the demographic trends that are leading to a country that has a lower percentage of white Americans. Implicit is the racist assumption that this would be a terrible thing.

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  • Whites will always have better access to abortion and contraception – especially since the recent SCOTUS atrocity. If Tucker is really worried, he’d better quick lobby the Dems to codify those healthcare services FOR ALL that are free, on-demand, without-questions, or else his theory will truly be correct – for reasons well beyond his “vision.”

  • alex_the_tired
    July 29, 2022 7:27 AM

    Funny how no one talks about the Great Replacement of the middle class. I mean as a concerted, deliberate effort by the 1% to enact a Brazil-style economic structure in the United States. Imagine the shock to Bezos and pals when they discover that none of the vast pool of hopelessly impoverished, slum-dwelling former middle classers can afford any of the shiny objects advertised on their smartphones.

  • BrotherMartin
    July 29, 2022 1:53 PM

    “Central Americans” and “Mexicans,” unless they come from the ruling class of their countries, are just Indigenous Americans from south of “the US border,” and were moving around the continent as they pleased for thousands, maybe tens of thousands of years before that “border” was created.

    P.S. “The US” and its “border” will likely be gone in the blink of an eye, in the long-term time scale.

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