The Great Repatriation and Hispanics - (1/4)
Repatriation is the Most Reasonable Way to Solve the Demographic Crisis
At White-Papers, our core premise is that White people, the European race, deserves its own voice, its own political institutions and a future free from interference or predation by outside groups. Whites are a global minority and are now becoming minorities in their own homelands. The inevitable and necessary result of this is a growing political movement of explicitly pro-White news outlets, publishers, and political pressure groups.
Unfortunately, however, it is not uncommon to hear the language of hopelessness or despair about the demographic situation in many White nations. Nationalists, more than anyone, know the data. They look at the graphs, charts and trends, and understand what will be lost if current trends continue. But, this awareness often leads to nationalists feeling that nothing can ever be done, even if nationalist policymakers were to be installed in the highest ranks of the State apparatus.
White-Papers knows something CAN be done. Something MUST be done.
Repatriation, the return of non-Whites to their respective homelands or perhaps third-party non-White states, is central to the survival of our nations. Most importantly, though, it is a practical policy which we must enact.
We are not heartless. Whites, even to our detriment, are some of the most welcoming and hospitable peoples on Earth. Repatriation must, therefore, happen in a dignified manner which respects the dignity of those being asked and incentivized to leave White Nations. Repatriation is not inhumane or disparaging of other races. It is simply meant to reestablish self-respect and security for Whites in our own countries.
A quick note as regards racial and ethnic terminology for this series: We realise that some terms are contentious, however for the sake of simplicity and directness, we will be sticking with the Census Bureau terminology for these pieces.
And so, we will begin by examining the largest group of non-Whites in the United States, the one which is largely responsible for the radical changes to America’s demographic character: Hispanics (Mestizos, Amerindians, et al).
Regarding Hispanics in the United States, there is a data point more relevant than any other: that 33% of all Hispanics, and 45% of Hispanic adults, in the United States are foreign born and therefore already hold, or are eligable for, the citizenship of another country.
This foreign-born population, comprising roughly 20 million people, could be removed by a variety of measures: cancelling work visas, revoking of citizenship from criminals, simple immigration enforcement for overstayers, and a broad administrative review of all citizenship applications since 1965. Many of these applications are already known to be fraudulent and we need only look back on the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986, also known as the “the Reagan amnesty”, which even current GOP policymakers will admit was riddled with fraudulent cases, 90% of which were approved.
Hispanics who obtained their citizenship through fraud or deceit, such as that mentioned above, would then have that citizenship revoked. Usefully, this precedent is already well established in American law, and a pro-White administration would not be taking any wildly unprecendented steps nor violating any norms by utilizing this fantastic precedent.
Next, the United States government should relinquish all claims of sovereignty and responsiblity over Puerto Rico, reocognizing it as a sovereign state. Stateside Puerto Ricans, then made nationals of a foreign nation, would not be extended US citizenship and all six-million would then be required to relocate to their new nation-state.
For some context on how this policy would drastically affect American demographics: the de-naturalization of Stateside Puerto Ricans would result in seven-percent of the entire population of Connecticut being deported, turning it from a 63% White state to a roughly 70% White state. Similarly, more than a million Puerto Ricans would have to vacate New york, half a million from New Jersey and nearly 400,000 from Pennsylvania.
Now we must turn to another naturalized demographic; the children of illegal aliens. While it is self-evident that a pro-White American government would deport the many tens of millions of illegal immigrants resident in the country (a figure not included in any of our above stats) there remains the question of their children. The children of illegal immigrants born in the United States are American citizens by birthright, at least as the constitution is currently interpreted.
This demographic of Hispanics, according to the most recent data we could find, numbers roughly 5 million people under the age of 18. These children would have to leave the nation with their parents, after all children belong with their parents, and family separation is immoral.
The children of illegal immigrants are, in the overwhleming majority of cases, entitled to or already possess the citizenship of their parent’s country of origin, their homeland. The United States could reasonably de-naturalize this demographic as they left with their parents, and it would not turn them into stateless individuals. The policy aligns with the 1961 Convention on the Reduction of Statelessness and therefore would not violate international law or norms.
Through the enactment of all of the above policy recommendations a pro-White American government could reasonably repatriate up to 31 million Hispanics to their countries of origin and ancestral homelands without violating domestic or international legal and human rights norms. This figure represents 47.5% of the entire Hispanic population, and would not require unduly stripping anyone of their citizenship who acquired it fairly and with the best of intentions, nor stripping citizenship from persons who were born to legal residents, American citizens, or whom are already above the age of 18. To be clear, this could be done even without ending Birthright Citizenship.
There now remain two final questions: What do we do with illegal immigrants? Is it logistically possible to move such large populations?
Thusfar we have not included the population of illegal immigrants in any of our numbers, aside from ones already naturalized (generally through amnesty or illicit methods) who would of course lose that citizenship for having broken American law by illegally entering the country or lying to obtain documentation.
Regardless, the current illegal alien population is nearly impossible to calculate, but it has significant demographic and policy implications. So, in an attempt to provide context we have the following information:
A Yale Study, which purposefully used the most conservative parameters possible, found that in 2018 there were likely more than 22 million illegal aliens in the United States. The more liberal projections in the study predicted as many as 30 million illegals were present in the US. A staggering number. But this is far from the full picture. As White-Papers revealed just recently, nearly 13 million illegal immigrants will have settled in the US in just the years 2022 and 2023!
How could the United States ever deport such huge populations?The initial response to these large numbers may be that the State could never deport such huge populations of people. That, however, could not be less accurate an assumption!
There are two complimentary approaches necessary to deal with moving these large populations, both the illegal immigrants and the other 31 million Hispanics, out of the country. The first approach is deportation, while the second approach involves a litany of policy changes which would result in self-deportations.
We know largescale deportation is possible and has already been carried out by American authorities on previous occasions. Readers may recall that during the height of Operation Wetback in 1954 the United States government was able to deport a million Hispanics over the course of a single year. For more modern data we need only look back to 2000 when the United States government deported some 1.86 million individuals in a single fiscal year. These deporations did not strain Federal resources or the break the budget at the time, and were carried out peacably. The American State is the most well resourced institution in human history and the American economy one of the most resourceful in the world.
A coordinated program, carried out over the course of 12 or so years, could remove these populations with relative ease. To deport roughly two-and-a-half million people a year would increase the demand on US air traffic by less than 0.4% and would increase the legal traffic at the Southern land border by only 0.7% a year.
Many others, knowing they are no longer welcomed in a more self-confident United States run by its founding White stock, would opt to voluntarily deport themselves. We need only look at the Trump administration for evidence. At the outset of Trump’s term the Justice Department recorded a 17% jump in voluntary deportations, though sadly this trend did not persist, as immigrants realised the administration was not serious in enforcing immigration policy.
Aside from deportation, compelled by the state or voluntarily undertaken, there are other policy changes which a pro-White government could make which would result in massive numbers of illegal and irregular immigrant departures without the direct intervention of immigration officials.
The policy changes required are rather straightforward. The first would be to make E-verify system mandatory for every employer, public or private, in the United States. This could be done in two ways: first by a direct legislative imperative that all institutions and employers must use the E-verify system. But, a second more immediate route would be to require all Federal contractors, and any business that interacts with the Federal government, or which receives Federal tax dollars, must implement the E-verify system. Currently Federal contractors need only E-verify employs who “work under federal contracts” rather than all employees. This must change.
The next necessary policy change focuses again on the Reagan Amnesty, the 1986 IRCA. This act contains a provision which makes it near impossible for prosecutors and Federal officials to take businesses to court whom employ illegal immigrants. This section (Section B) should and must be replaced, but this issue could be tackled more immediately by a pro-White government. The Attorney General could have the Justice Department’s Office of Legal Counsel issue a new opinion which more strictly reinterprets the provision to allow the prosecution of businessowners who employ illegall immigrants.
The President should then begin the process of firing all 93 Federal US Attorneys, which he is empowered to do at his discretion. And then turn to filling these vacancies with new US Attorneys who will uphold the interpretative changes of the Attorney General.
We cannot solve housing crises in California without repatriation. We cannot reduce the burden on the state budget without repatriation. We cannot coordinate full employment policies without repatriation. We cannot expect to solve the issues of criminality and sexual violent without the large scale repatriation of our non-White populations, and most importantly we should not desire to govern societies which comprise multiple classes of ethnically disparate and competing peoples.
National Sovereignty and self-determination for Whites is dependent on a future in which repatriation is a reality. Anyone who is pro-White must understand that repatriation is actionable, humane, and urgent.
The Great Replacement is real. The only way to rectify this great injustice is to reverse it.
(Read The Great Repatriation and Asians - (2/4) here!)
(Read The Great Replacement and Blacks - (3/4) here!)
(Read The Great Repatriation and The Willing - (4/4) here!)