2013 June 11 Tuesday
Senator Tim Kaine Speech In Spanish For Immigration Amnesty
The Senator from Virginia is obviously seeking to remind us in every way possible of the extent to which the elites want to elect a new people.
The Tower of Babel story in the Old Testament is meant to remind us that not being able to speak a shared language is a handicap. But we live in an era where we are supposed to unlearn actual reality and embrace a fantasy reality.
By Randall Parker at 2013 June 11 07:49 PM
Nothing rips a country apart more than multilingualism. Even very advanced Western countries such as Canada and Belgium have problems. And look at India, with 22 official languages - plus English!
The linked article states that Senate rules require unanimous consent to give a speech in a foreign language. Isn't it strange that not one Senator objected?
"Isn't it strange that not one Senator objected?"
Well, there certainly were not going to be any Democrats who objected. And the most likely candidates to oppose this - Sessions or maybe Inhofe - were undoubtedly told by McConnell to STFU. I would almost conjecture that maybe this was done so that the GOP would have some inflammatory video to use in a campaign commercial, but I doubt they're that smart.
A recent WSJ article says more White Americans are dying than being born, and the majority of births have been non-White for the last 2 years.
Smarties need to have more kids.
Lebanon, the former Paris/Switzerland of the Middle East, has shown clearly how far countries can decline when the culture gets replaced.
"The Tower of Babel story in the Old Testament is meant to remind us that not being able to speak a shared language is a handicap.
The Bible is really a lousy way to learn a good lesson. It can barely teach us anything.
"But we live in an era where we are supposed to unlearn actual reality and embrace a fantasy reality."
You have already unlearned actual reality and embraced a fantasy reality long time ago. See for example that centuries-old fantasy called Christianity so many people still embrace nowadays.