by Paul Jones

When I was an ESL teacher of mostly Hispanic students in Los Angeles, California in the early 1970’s, I was approached by the father of one of my students who asked if I’d be interested in becoming a member of LULAC, the League of United Latin American Citizens. At that point of my life I had a strong interest and identification with Latin American culture, having visited Mexico as a college student, and this must have come across in my teaching. For a few moments I felt flattered, but then realized I would just be in such an organization as a white person to simply be “window dressing” so that the interests of Hispanics could be more effectively furthered and therefore I decided to opt out of this possibility.

This earlier memory came to mind when I was watching the Judiciary Hearings and eventual confirmation of Judge Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court. The principal takeaway for me is that the Democratic Party is steadily becoming the party of minorities and deracinated whites. With this dynamic, since blacks, Hispanics, Asian-Americans, Native Americans and what-have-you other minorities are allowed and even encouraged to become racial advocates, the role of the gradually shrinking number of whites in the Democratic Party is to simply be “second fiddle players.”

But no matter how good the “second fiddle player” is, he or she will always be drowned out by the “first fiddles.” For that reason, in the Senate Judiciary Hearings the main stars of the Left in the Democratic Party were Cory Booker of New Jersey and Kamala Harris of California. When they spoke, all hung on their every word. Whereas when the white Leftists like Senator Whitehouse of Rhode Island and Senator Klobuchar of Minnesota spoke, it was clear that they were either echoing the positions of Booker and Harris or indulging in classic, Leftist doublespeak, in which supposedly they have the interest of all Americans in mind, but in reality this is no longer a country for white people as far as the Democratic Party is concerned.

After Senator McConnell gave the last speech in the Senate chamber before the final vote last Saturday, a black MSNBC reporter gave her analysis of it. She essentially looked at the ethnic makeup on the Senate floor and commented on how few minorities there are. She lambasted the Republican Party the most for its lack of diversity, but in the final analysis one had the idea that no matter how much she might appreciate the ideological purity of types like Whitehouse or Klobuchar, in her “heart of hearts” she would much prefer persons who looked like Booker or Harris to replace them, even though on a straight evaluation of intellect and talent such black Leftists would likely not measure up to the white ones.

For all racial groups except the whites, who must be totally deracinated and serve their new masters, “blood is thicker than water.” The whites holding elected office as Democrats are in a party that could be renamed the League of United Non-White Citizens, and they are only playing “second fiddle” to the minorities. Before too much longer even the “second fiddles” will not be needed so their present-day cucking and deracinated days are numbered.