Even the liberal Huffington Post is now saying what the CofCC has said all along. Mass immigration does not bring about a diverse, multi-racial utopia. It brings about the complete replacement of a native population.
The liberal fantasy of “racial balance” in Southern California is coming to an end. As Latino and Asian immigrants continues to pour in, Whites and Blacks pour out. Larger and larger swaths of Southern California are now ethnic enclaves for either Asians or Latinos.
University of Southern California professor Dowell Myers calls the transition period between majority White to majority Latino or majority Asian “the good period.” Myers, who appears to be part White and part Asian, holds onto a fantasy that parts of California will remain in “the good period.” He says White people aren’t fleeing, which is completely false. The census data shows that White people and Black people are now leaving Southern California en mass.
Myers says the big cities are leaving “the good period” of “racial balance” and going solid Latino or Asian. He says the suburbs are now entering “the good period.” He holds onto a fantasy that the suburbs will stay in “the good period.”
In the past twenty years, the number of White people in California has dropped by two million. The rate at which whites are leaving the state is increasing. During that same time period, six million Latino and two million Asian immigrations moved in.
Orange County has 15% of it’s entire white population. Despite massive increases in Latinos and Asians, the three groups are not mixing. Orange County remains a checkerboard of ethnic enclaves.
What has increased diversity done for California?
#3 The state of California currently has the third highest state income tax in the nation: a 9.55% tax bracket at $47,055 and a 10.55% bracket at $1,000,000.
#4 California has the highest state sales tax rate in the nation by far at 8.25%. Indiana has the next highest at 7%.
#5 Residents of California pay the highest gasoline taxes (over 67 cents per gallon) in the United States.
#21 During one recent 23 year period, the state of California built 23 prisons but just one university.