Wednesday, May 17, 2006

O'Reilly: New York Times and other "lefty zealots" think that "the white Christians who hold power must be swept out by a new multicultural tide"

On the May 16th The O'Reilly Factor, Bill O'Reilly claimed that the New York Times and other "lefty zealots" think that "the white Christians who hold power must be swept out by a new multicultural tide."

O'Reilly has believed that there are attacks on Christianity many times before, this is nothing new for Bill. Remember his "War on Easter"? He also claims to have exposed a secret immigrant agenda, the so-called "the browning of America", he's claimed that "there is a movement in this country to wipe out 'white privilege,' " and claimed that the immigrants are trying to take back the Southwest through mass immigration.

Transcripts from Media Matters:

O'REILLY: Now in 1986, President Reagan thought he could solve the [immigration] problem by granting about 3 million illegal aliens amnesty. The New York Times was in heaven, editorializing back then, quote, "The new law won't work miracles but it will induce most employers to pay attention, to turn off the magnets, to slow the tide." Of course, just the opposite happened. But the Times hasn't learned a thing. That's because the newspaper and many far-left thinkers believe the white power structure that controls America is bad, so a drastic change is needed.

According to the lefty zealots, the white Christians who hold power must be swept out by a new multicultural tide, a rainbow coalition, if you will. This can only happen if demographics change in America.

An open-border policy and the legalization of millions of Hispanic illegal aliens would deeply affect the political landscape in America. That's what The New York Times and many others on the left want. They might get it. And that's the "Memo."

Read: Media Matters


Blogger Publius said...

I am not sure what O’Reilly was discussing, but I have a feeling it was related to either a study by the Heritage Foundation or a story in the Washington Post. But, either way it involved the immigration issue but not as a matter of race or ethnicity but in sheer numbers. Here is the link to where they most likely got their figures:

The report is from the Heritage Foundation and predicts that the Senate plan for amnesty and an increased guest worker program could lead to between 100 and 200 more immigrants into this country in the next 20 years. This would increase the population of the United States from 290 million plus now to 390 to 490 in twenty years which will have devastating effects on our social services.

They may also have been discussing about the number of children in this country under 5 who are a racial/ethnic minority which came from The Washington Post, Of U.S. Children Under 5, Nearly Half Are Minorities (May 10, 2006).

Sure, the messenger might have been wrong with O’Reilly, but the facts were still true in that overcrowding and overpopulation is going to be a big problem in this country, regardless of race. Personally, I don’t care what color you are when I am driving somewhere, but more people means more traffic and no one likes traffic.

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