Pat Buchanan sounds an alarming warning:
Europe is dying. There is not a single nation in all of Europe with a birth rate sufficient to keep its population alive, except Muslim Albania. In 17 European nations, there are already more burials than births, more coffins than cradles.
The migrants entering Europe, predominantly Islamic and Third World, are not assimilating as did the European and largely Christian immigrants to America of a century ago. The enclaves of Asians in Britain, Africans and Arabs around Paris, and Turks in and around Berlin seem to be British, French and German in name only.
Are our own political and racial divisions disappearing, or do they, too, seem to be deepening?
America’s 2016 presidential campaign provides a ready answer. The political elites on the Republican side are in shock as establishment candidates Bush, Rubio and Christie are being beaten to a pulp by Donald Trump and Ted Cruz. There is no way the establishment is going to allow either Trump or Cruz to coast to the nomination. As such, the elites are going to have to coalesce behind either Bush, Rubio or Christie in hopes of making a run that can head off a Trump, Cruz or, even worse for the elites, a Trump/Cruz ticket.
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