American Exceptionalism That Will Make Us Great Again
What we’re seeing today is not a fear of muslims, terrorism, refugees, nor immigrants, but fear that a permanent Democratic majority is imminent, and the only way to stop it from happening is to halt “the browning” right now. The election and re-election of Barack Obama was not the result of a historical candidacy with a charismatic candidate that spurred Democratic voters to the polls not replicated by any other candidate. Nope. The permanent Democrat majority is happening right now and that’s proof.
Appreciable natural decline in immigration is ignored or dismissed as manipulated data. American exceptionalism means Trump will win, and there will be a chance to stop “the browning” of America. A Trump loss will get the people who should be concerned (white people) to understand American Exceptionalism and America itself is in a terminal state with only revolt as an option.
Part of American Exceptionalism is not looking outside of our borders to gauge how exceptional we really are. For instance, the majority of capitalist republics and democracies in the world are much more socialist than the US, and they seem to be getting along just fine.
Although they have less GDP per capita, Germany has much better living wages, less debt, and less military intervention. Germany still makes high quality products that demand domestic labor. Unemployment is lower and the concept of mass shootings are virtually nonexistent. From 2000-2014 they had 6 homicides involving 4 or more victims, compared to our 133. Their homicide rate at the same time was 0.8 vs our 4.7 per 100,000 people.
Yet, Germany has government involvement presumed to be antithetical to American exceptionalism including greater regulation, higher taxes, increased benefits, and robust welfare programs. They have free education kindergarten through college and into graduate school.
Finally, they let in Syrian refugees, because as Time Person Of The Year Angela Merkel said, “There can be no tolerance of those who question the dignity of other people.” Although they had to stop taking in refugees recently, it was because they reached capacity as a country, and not because they feared the threat of ISIS infiltration.