While America has long been considered the “melting pot” of global culture, a new study shows that America’s identity is eroding. And fast.
The complex social makeup of America has always been one of her strengths. The American Dream, with no pure and simple explanation, relies on the incredible diversity inherent among her people. Those who respect the opportunities contained within her borders, and work diligently to legally and ethically arrive and assimilate here, have been shaping American ingenuity for centuries.
Now, however, a terrifying new reality is slowly creeping over the horizon. An unmitigated influx of foreign leverage has been allowed to flourish in America thanks to the unreasonably relaxed border policies of former President Barack Obama that current POTUS Donald Trump has been neutered in his efforts to repeal. The massive migration into the United States by middle eastern refugees has created a dangerous situation in which several locales are being populated by immigrants with no real allegiance to America, who are not fulfilling the citizenship requirements of their industrious predecessors. Thanks to this unfortunate fact, American culture is suffering.
“Non-partisan research group PRRI has published a raft of statistics that underscore how insecure Americans, particularly white working class Americans, feel about their future.
“Asked if the United States was ‘losing its culture and identity,’ 55% of respondents said yes, with 68% of white working class Americans feeling that way.
“Almost half (48%) of white working class Americans also feel that ‘things have changed so much that I often feel like a stranger in my own country,’ while 62% believe that immigrants arriving from other countries threaten American culture.
“65% of white working class respondents feel that ‘American culture and way of life has deteriorated since the 1950s,’ while 52% believe discrimination against whites is now as big a problem as discrimination against blacks and other minorities. 70% of white college educated Americans disagreed.”
Worse yet are the liberal propagandists who refuse to understand that their arguments against “reverse racism” are simply lessons in shoddy semantics. Discrimination of any kind is still very much discrimination, and the act bristles against the very ethos that our great nation was founded on.
American individuality and culture are often the envy of the world, with our principles of freedom, hard work, and opportunity acting as guiding lights for many nations around the globe. Should these disappear under a blanket of ungrateful and oblivious liberal policies, the American Dream itself could be the first and last victim of a blossoming cultural shift.