Nikki Haley on Americanism

South Carolina’s Republican Governor Nikki Haley (born Nimrata Nikki Randhawa), who in the summer of 2015 led efforts to bring down the Confederate flag which flew at a veterans memorial on Statehouse grounds, holds to a radical universalist ideology of Americanism which is essentially the same as that of Barrack Obama, Jeb Bush and Ronald Reagan.

Haley recently criticized Donald Trump’s proposed temporary ban on Muslim immigration and falsely claimed that the US had never passed laws or taken action to exclude a specific religious group. And in the 2016 Republican response to the State of the Union Address Haley identified with non-White immigrants in the South saying, “I’m the proud daughter of Indian immigrants who reminded my brothers, my sister and me every day how blessed we were to live in this country. Growing up in the rural South, my family didn’t look like our neighbors, and we didn’t have much. There were times that were tough, but we had each other, and we had the opportunity to do anything, to be anything, as long as we were willing to work for it.

My story is really not much different from millions of other Americans. Immigrants have been coming to our shores for generations to live the dream that is America. They wanted better for their children than for themselves. That remains the dream of all of us, and in this country we have seen time and again that that dream is achievable.”

The governor also asserted her vision of Americanism as a universalist project insisting that “No one who is willing to work hard, abide by our laws, and love our traditions should ever feel unwelcome in this country.” This could potentially include billions of people from the Third World. America is just a “dream” to Haley – one which is radically universalist. This ideology contrasts sharply with the healthy, traditional Southern worldview and identity.

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    • Upon analysis of the US current view of itself you find a correlation with England, France, Germany, Canada and many other Western nations. What is being carried out is the will of the Jews. The nations that are Jewish controlled are in a state of internal warfare. Russia and a number in Eastern Europe are still Christian lands. Belarus, Hungary, Poland and others are aware of the Jews. Since our country is one of those controlled by them most people living here remain ignorant.Before the end of WW2 the US was free white christian controlled. Henry Ford wrote a long thesis on them and it wasn’t uncommon to see them excluded from colleges and other things on rational, sane grounds. In Austria there was recently a check to see if any of those in power were Jews. They hide in those nations and will post nothing as their religious affiliation.

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  1. Sir,
    I must confess that, in principle, ‘Nimrata Nikki Randhawa’ is governor does not bother me. After all, Napoleon (he whom the French admire most) was Corsican – an Italian-esque island, as you well know) and Hitler (he who loved German culture most)
    was an Austrian.

    Further, Governor McCory of your brother state has been a standout governor- protecting our culture at every step, yet, he spent his first 9 years in Ohio –

    No, what bothers me about Nimrata Nikki Randhawa is this : I cannot imagine how you could campaign to be the leader of a people, and yet : secretly nurture in your breast, a hostility towards their traditional culture.

    Please tell me that y’all aren’t going to re-elect her, for, after last summer, I cannot yearn for such enough. That woman really burns me up- and I ain’t the tempermental type

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    • JD, as a general rule we should avoid voting for foreigners like Jindal and Haley, as we should avoid voting for traitors like Graham and Barnes. In fact, we need a system where voting is a lot less important and our natural elites are embraced as social leaders who take their paternalistic responsibilities seriously.

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      • Yes, I agree, Sir. Those ought be the rules of thumbs.

        As to your systemick requisites, I am unsure whether we have the men to fit that bill fo such a system, but, I will go in reflection on your thoughts about it – seeing as you devote much of your life to this, and i do not.

        All the best from Northeastern North Carolina

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