Ever get the feeling you’ve been cheated?

Decent, hardworking American families are uprooted and a lovely American neighborhood is abandoned to lawless foreign newcomers, in exchange for cheap labor and the minor and temporary alleviation of the sentimental qualms of guilty whites: Changes in Orange bring exodus [via Larry Auster].

Ever get the feeling you’ve been cheated?

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  1. No one cares that we feel cheated. We (white Americans) don't even exist except as this toy for the racial left's grievance commtties to insert in their cartoons. "See the white? That's the bad guy."//
    If I'm correct, the OC Register told this story. They deserve high praise. I've read one to three -- and on more than a few ocassions -- even more newspapers a day for the last few years. I've grown so bored with their adherence to exactly what I'd guess they would adhere to. It seems to me such a failure on business, poltiical, racial and curiosity levels indicates massive corruption on some level. A corruption I should explore, but it's like doing a necropsy on a dead gold fish. It's easier to flush the mainstream media. And I push down that handle to flush them knowing full well they are a vital part of democracy.
    It is too bad they did not realize they were such and act accordingly.
    Steve N.

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  2. At some point those feeling cheated drop out of the game or start cheating themselves. It's a recurring theme in the history of many nations which no longer exist.

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  3. Wouldn't it be more like joining in? The cheating seems like more the game.

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  4. Sounds like people are voting with their feet and leaving Cali. I did. I can't describe how frustrating it was to pay almost 10% of my income in state tax to support the kids of illegal immigrants. That and having no chance of buying a decent house.

    I visited SanDiego last week. There's an initiative on the ballot to tax anyone making over $400/$800K (single/couple) an additional 1.7% to pay for universal preschool. My friends thought it was BS, even though they don't come close to that income level. I laughed my ass off. Now that the middle class has been pushed out of Cali, there's no one to save the rich from hoards of Mexicans voting themselves whatever they want. That's Karma for you.

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