There is a worldwide backlash rising up against socialism. Even in Sweden the open-borders socialist political party that welcomed in hordes of muslim migrants has dropped to just 25% approval. The nation of Colombia just elected a conservative president. So did Argentina a few years ago.
Brazil’s two largest cities have elected conservative mayors including an evangelical Christian in Rio de Janeiro. The ‘most powerful woman in the world’, German chancellor Angela Merkel, appears to be on the way out after allowing one million muslim migrants into her country under a liberal open-borders European Union (EU) policy.
Britain has voted to leave the socialistic EU in 2016. Politicians advocating strong borders are being elected all over Europe. Eastern Europe is closing its borders to muslim migrants. Italy is closing its doors to African migrants coming by sea. Russia tightly controls its borders and is a strongly Christian nation today. And in the US we know the score in 2018:
Republicans now majority-control 67 out of 98 state legislative bodies, 33 governorships, the White House, the US House by 46 votes, the US Senate, along with federal judicial appointments including the Supreme Court.
Democrats are at a 100-year low in their political influence. And in the coming November elections Nikitas3.com believes that Republicans will make major gains in the US Senate and easily hold control of the US House.
Best of all the US is feeling strong and proud under president Trump. And the wall on the Mexico border will indeed get built, predicts Nikitas3.com.
It is important to understand the very simple story about how socialism captivated the West after World War II:
In the booming economies of the 1950s and for decades thereafter the actual effect of socialist policies were masked by global prosperity. Everyone was happy and they didn’t pay much attention to what the socialists and communists were doing, which started out milder than it is today. These policies and parties then got entrenched and they metastasized and became more radical.
The global recession of 2008 pointed out the truth. When Europeans and Americans needed policies to fight the economic debacle, socialist policies only made it worse. This was exacerbated by the mass migrations of the last decade from poor nations to rich ones, all approved and encouraged by the same socialists.
In America the liberal states are floundering and losing population. The conservative states are growing, optimistic and prospering and their electoral power is growing. A clear majority of Americans wants the Mexican border sealed and illegal immigration in all forms ended including millions who fly into the US from all over the world on visitor visas and never go back home.
To add insult to injury, the predicted “blue wave” election that was supposed to bring Democrats back to power this coming November has fizzled out. It now looks more like it will be a ‘red wave’ of Republican victories.
It gets worse. Not only are many Democrats adopting extreme policies like open-borders and elimination of the ICE border control agency but the party is being wracked by an increasing number of internal divisions. ABC News reports about comments made by black congresswoman Maxine Waters:
Black female leaders and allies are blasting House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer for what they see as their “failure” to protect Rep. Maxine Waters from “unwarranted attacks from the Trump administration and others in the GOP.”
“We write to share our profound indignation and deep disappointment over your recent failure to protect Congresswoman Waters from unwarranted attacks from the Trump Administration and others in the GOP,” the group of nearly 200 women wrote in a letter sent Tuesday. “That failure was further compounded by your decision to unfairly deride her as being ‘uncivil’ and ‘un-American.’”
“In doing so, we believe this mischaracterizes her call to action for peaceful democratic assembly and the exercise of her constitutional rights to free speech in support of defenseless immigrant children and their families,” the women wrote.
The group of black female leaders includes activists, religious leaders, academics, local elected officials, and some men.
“Disparaging or failing to support Congresswoman Waters is an affront to her and Black women across the country and telegraphs a message that the Democratic Party can ill afford: that it does not respect Black women’s leadership and political power and discounts the impact of Black women and millennial voters,” the women wrote.
Waters drew criticism from both sides of the aisle after she encouraged protesters to publicly confront and “push back on” Trump administration officials over the president’s “zero tolerance” policy at the southern border.
“In the crucial months ahead, we must strive to make America beautiful again. Trump’s daily lack of civility has provoked responses that are predictable but unacceptable. As we go forward, we must conduct elections in a way that achieves unity from sea to shining sea,” Pelosi tweeted in a subtle rebuke aimed at Waters last week.
On the Senate floor, Schumer said Waters’ call for the “harassment of political opponents” was “not American.”
This is a big story. When increasingly militant black Democrats start impugning white Democrat leaders in their own party we know that there is trouble brewing. Fox News reports about an emerging young conservative African-American leader:
Candace Owens said Thursday she believes the Democratic Party will see a “major exit” by black voters leading up to the 2020 presidential election.
The Turning Point USA communications director predicted that black men and women – not white middle-class women – will become the “most relevant vote” in the United States by 2020 because more and more African-Americans are hearing “different ideas” through digital and social media.
“There is going to be a major black exit from the Democrat Party and they are going to actually have to actually compete for their votes in 2020,” Owens said on “Fox & Friends.”
Add this to a major black music figure Kanye West backing Trump and there are problems ahead for Democrats among black voters.
This is all happening precisely as president Trump’s approval numbers already are rising among traditional Democrat groups like blacks, hispanics and union members for his great work on job creation. For instance West Virginia was for many decades a solid Democrat bastion due to the power of its strong coal miner unions. It is now totally for Trump.
This also is happening as the Republican party is finally rallying around president Trump who is being seen favorably by more and more Americans. Nikitas3.com predicts that Trump will easily be re-elected in 2020.
Such internal conflicts come at a crucial time for Democrats. They cannot afford to lose more power. Their political power in the US in 2018 is at its lowest ebb in the last 100 years.
If blacks remain angry at the white Democrat ‘establishment’ things are going to get much worse. Millions of black Democrat voters might “stay home” on election day 2018 and 2020, throwing crucial races to the GOP including the White House.
This all is happening as the Democrat party suffers from a lack of leadership. Bill and Hillary Clinton find themselves increasingly unpopular and marginalized; Obama is known as the figure who led the party during historic electoral losses; Bernie Sanders is a strident old Vermont lunatic; Pelosi is seen as a joke; while Schumer is unlikeable and detached. Meanwhile Democrats have no “whale” candidate for 2020, one figure who stands out.
The Daily Caller reports about a rising new star in the Democrat party:
A far-left group behind rising Democratic star Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is rife with Marxists and other far-left radicals.
The Democratic Socialists of America (DSA), which includes Ocasio-Cortez, is creeping its way into the mainstream of American politics.
Ocasio-Cortez’ shocking primary upset of Democratic New York Rep. Joe Crowley on June 26 elevated both her profile and that of the DSA, which helped boost her to victory. DSA member rolls have skyrocketed since President Donald Trump’s victory in the 2016 election, and Ocasio-Cortez’s victory appears to have accelerated that trend.
Democratic National Committee (DNC) chairman Tom Perez said the 28-year-old socialist “represents the future of our party” on Tuesday.
Ocasio-Cortez’ day in the sun may be as short-lived as Elizabeth Warren’s Indian Summer. Ocasio-Cortez already has been caught faking her biography to cover up for the fact that she is not a working-class girl from the Bronx, but lived in a wealthy suburb north of there where her father was an architect. In other words, this is not West Side Story.
The Democrat party was once pro-American and fairly moderate. It since has become radical and anti-American. President Trump is going to hammer home this point leading up to the November elections. He already is savaging those Democrats who are calling for the elimination of the ICE border control agency while American voters support ICE in large numbers.
We know that the Democrats have been drifting to extremism over the last 20 years. Bill Clinton was somewhat moderate but then Obama represented the real shift to the left.
Ocasio-Cortez won in a primary contest over a 10-term Democrat “insider”, a white liberal congressman named Joe Crowley who never thought that he would lose. Ocasio-Cortez is pushing a radical agenda, as is Perez. They are both hispanic. At the same time the second-in-command at the Democratic National Committee is a militant black muslim named Keith Ellison.
In short, whites are being muscled out of the Democrat party, along with any hope for moderation. And when added to other radicals in Hollywood, the media and the universities you can see the Democrat party drifting far from the American mainstream and setting itself up for permanent second-place status.
This is all happening at the same time that a “walk away” campaign is picking up steam. It is urging lifelong Democrats to “walk away” from the party that is becoming too extreme. Nikitas3.com predicts that this movement is going to grow like a weed at the worst time possible for Democrats.