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Portland Gets Its Wish

ELEVEN YEARS ago (dear God — can it really be that long?) I wrote that Portland, Oregon had been designated America’s ‘most European’ city. Presumably this was because “it’s got loads of pedestrian areas, trams, bike lanes, cobbled streets, is environmentally friendly, has lots of clean high-tech enterprises, and its crime rate is among the lowest in the country.” Like a Swiss city, its streets were clinically clean. “Literate and small-scale urban, there’s a pleasant surprise around every corner!”

But Portland had a terrible dark secret that threatened to spoil everything: It was — peer anxiously over shoulder — not ‘diverse’, you see. Almost all of the citizens were, shudder, White. If only, if only, we had more diversity, they whispered… for instance large numbers of Blacks, Muslims, and Mestizos… the mind boggled at how wonderful it would then be. For instance, Jeanne Faulkner of The Oregonian implored her readers “Let’s show the world how Oregonians really feel about our immigrants, refugees, and people in desperate, impoverished countries like Somalia. Let’s show them we really care about them.” A colleague at that rag bemoaned the fact that “the Portland metro area is startlingly white viewed against the national landscape — even whiter than Salt Lake City.”

Well, eleven years on the city has got its wish. And now it celebrates the full diversity package. Skyrocketing crime, racial riots — make that attacks by “minorities” on Whites — corrupt public officials, soaring welfare dependency, the formerly bustling downtown area boarded up and deserted at night, trash everywhere (in a single street last week, volunteers picked up no fewer than 71 bags of litter).  And now there’s an unpleasant surprise around every corner!

So to Portland’s virtue-signaling snowflakes I say, you got your wish. Enjoy.

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Source: Irish Savant

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Rommel 41
Rommel 41
27 November, 2020 3:13 am

I went through Portland as a tourist a couple of times back in the 80s.
It was great. Scenic, clean, interesting … I guess we all better get used
to the concept of > WAS. Thanks jews !

Elfriede
Elfriede
27 November, 2020 10:41 pm

I’m sure, that once the Indo-European peoples are gone for good, various promises of peace, prosperity, and other good things for everyone else may turn out to be lies.

Will W. Williams * National Alliance Chairman
Will W. Williams * National Alliance Chairman
30 November, 2020 9:31 am

When I posted this article to our forum for a comment from a Portland-area member, he came back with confirmation of how bad Portland has become, with first hand knowledge from a racially conscious White man’s perspective.. http://whitebiocentrism.com/viewtopic.php?f=4&t=4632&start=10 — Portland has become a “shithole.” I have never really liked going into Portland and now I won’t go into Portland at all. We have speculated on who these degenerates are and where they came from. My daughter claims that other states send their homeless people here because we have such generous and compassionate policies and attitudes toward the homeless and the needy. That is certainly a plausible explanation for the tremendous surge in the homeless population. My daughter’s boyfriend is a native Portlander and he said that entire areas of Portland… Read more »

jameselliottclayton@yahoo.com
jameselliottclayton@yahoo.com
1 December, 2020 10:05 pm
Geli
Geli
1 December, 2020 11:15 pm

I am completely disillusioned how we are thought to believe that we must help a stranger, and not just any stranger but one who is not familiar with our customs, our culture, our love for our family or people. In the days of the Bible it reads in the day of the Corinthians that when one rebels against the good of the community they must be shun, until they see their ways as not being right. Then we must let them back in and forgive them. That’s what happens when we are complacement, we are shaken from our way of living because we assume it will be forever.