Trump's immigration policy is based on eugenics

On Thursday, the President of the United States caused quite the furore both at home and across the world when he reportedly said, referring to Africa and Haiti, 'Why are we having all these people from shithole countries come here?' before adding that he would prefer more people from Norway and similar countries coming to America. Spokesman Raj Shah polished this turd, saying, 'Certain Washington politicians choose to fight for foreign countries, but President Trump will always fight for the American people.  Like other nations that have merit-based immigration, President Trump is fighting for permanent solutions that make our country stronger by welcoming those who can contribute to our society, grow our economy and assimilate into our great nation.'
Now, Trump has a long history of racism both in word and deed, from practising housing discrimination against black people in the '70s and not complying with requests to end this practice to calling for the Central Park Five to be executed despite their proven innocence (saying 'Criminals must be told that their CIVIL LIBERTIES END WHEN AN ATTACK ON OUR SAFETY BEGINS!') and continuing to call them guilty as late as 2016 to saying that Barack Obama was not born in the United States to opening his 2016 campaign by saying that Mexicans are rapists who are bringing drugs and crime to personal attacks on black athletes for not standing for the national anthem to saying that there were some 'very fine people' in the fascist Unite the Right rally in August.
But this is something even more incriminating. It is an open admission from Trump himself that he is a white nationalist and a eugenicist.
White nationalists in the United States have long made their primary objective the establishment of a white ethnostate by either severely limiting or completely halting immigration by people of colour and incentivising immigration by white people. In short, a eugenics-based immigration policy.
Eugenics has a long history in American immigration law: the Naturalization Act of 1790 restricted citizenship to 'free white persons'. The Act to Regulate Immigration of 1882 prevented 'any person unable to take care of himself or herself without becoming a public charge' from moving to the United States. The Chinese Exclusion Act of that same year specifically restricted Chinese people (and, as the result of ignorance on the part of white people, East Asians in general) from entering the country. And in 1924, the Immigration Restriction Act, which was deliberately created to prevent immigration from Italians and Jews, who were deemed to be 'dysgenic', was signed by Calvin Coolidge just before he remarked, 'America must stay American.'
The words shat out of the President's anal mouth two days ago are not new and not 'un-American'. Indeed, they are in line with a history of racism, eugenics, and genocide that has defined the United States for centuries. But what is so shocking about them is that they are an explicit acknowledgement and affirmation of this bloody history—the essence of American white nationalism.
Now, a sceptic might point out that Trump also reportedly suggested that he'd be more open to Asian immigration. Yet still, this comes with the addendum that Asian immigrants may be 'economically useful'. Modern eugenicists have frequently extolled the alleged superiority of East Asians, with white nationalist Jared Taylor saying that they are 'objectively superior to [w]hites' and 'human biodiversity' blogger Steve Sailer frequently extolling the alleged benefits of prioritising immigration by East Asians. Many white nationalists have maintained that a small East Asian immigrant population is acceptable so long as the majority remains white.
Ever since he began his campaign, many people have alleged that Trump is a white nationalist. The case has remained open until now, for we finally have the smoking gun. The verdict is in: Donald Trump, the President of the United States, is a white nationalist.


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