UPDATE: I fully expected for it to be taken down. I found a Rumble clip. It is a shortened version.
Tucker Carlson last week dug up a C-Span clip of Biden done in February 2015. Biden celebrates Whites becoming a minority in the United States. “Non-White DNA is the source of our strength.”
“An unrelenting stream of immigration is not a bad thing.” “Non Stop, Non Stop”
We get our first glimpse of the future foot soldier DHS one Alejandro Mayorkas right by his side. Mayorkas was making the rounds on the Sunday talkies claiming the immigration system was completely broken. Of course, no one argued back that it was indeed the Biden administration that had done just that.
In the clip of Biden we get a chilling insight of exactly what Biden had/has in mind. The “Great Replacement.”
To cue up Biden is around 5:00. Some video of the migrants has been overwritten.. But we get the drift of Tucker.
Here is a link to the full interview via the Fox Network:
We are suppose to believe that this is a conspiracy theory.
According to Renaud Camus, the “Great Replacement” has been nourished by “industrialisation“, “despiritualisation” and “deculturation”;[e] the materialistic society and globalism having created a “replaceable human, without any national, ethnic or cultural specificity”, what he labels “global replacism”. Camus claims that “the great replacement does not need a definition,” as the term is not, in his views, a “concept” but rather a “phenomenon”:[13
A people was here, stable, had been occupying the same territory for fifteen or twenty centuries. And suddenly, very quickly, in one or two generations, one or several other peoples substitute themselves for him. He is replaced, it is not him anymore.
In Camus’s theory, the indigenous French people (“the replaced”)[f] is described as being demographically replaced by non-European peoples—mainly coming from Africa or the Middle East—in a process of “peopling immigration” encouraged by a “replacist power”.[a] According to French philosopher Pierre-André Taguieff, the validity for using the term “conspiracy theory” to define Camus’s concept indeed lies in the second part of the proposition:
To [the theory of a replacement through mass immigration], that claims itself to be an observation or a description, is added in the “anti-replacist” vision a conspiracy theory which attributes to the “replacist” elites the desire to achieve the “Great Replacement”. From the ideas of “peopling colonisation” and “mass immigration”, “anti-replacists” went to that of a genocide by ethnic, racial and cultural substitution, involving the completion of a programme or an action plan.
Other than this all is well in the swamp.