Some Theory

I had never heard the term before, but looked it up when reading this excellent article from Z-Man.  Magic Dirt Theory  is “The theory that someone immigrating to a country automatically and magically becomes the same as the native population.”  Hence:

[P]eople like Rashida Tlaib think it is real. She thinks if her people move here, displacing the heritage stock, nothing changes but the complexion. Her people will suddenly stop acting like her people and take on the habits of our people, but with more color.

But, as Z-Man points out, that’s bullshit.

[M]uch of what we think of as American society exists because heritage Americans support it. The people who created this society would have done so wherever they landed. We know this because it has happened in places like Australia and even Africa. Despite it all, countries like Rhodesia and South Africa were able to create first world societies. In the game of dirt, no place has more tragic dirt than the Dark Continent. Yet Rhodesia existed. South Africa existed.

Yup.  When a people has a culture of corruption, that culture will follow them.  Likewise, if they’re dependent on government handouts in their source country, that notion of dependency will come with them.  And if they come from a culture of rampant crime… let’s talk about El Salvador’s MS-13, shall we?

Now what we have the Left trying its level best to destroy everything that we hold dear and sacred about our country — and it is OUR country, not some rancid fucking cross between Third World Shithole #1 and Third World Shithole #2 — all in the name of some made-up meme about equality or racism or colonialism or patriarchy or FFS why don’t we just start whipping these people in the streets for trying to undermine all the things that a) started this country and b) made it great.  (Oh, and by the way, this IS and HAS ALWAYS BEEN a great country, despite what these MFCS Leftists keep trying to push on the rest of us.)

My only regret in all this is that Donald Trump doesn’t have an identical twin brother so we could vote him into office in 2024 and 2028 — which would at least give us time to make the necessary concrete blocks for the feet of every last socialist in the United States.

I need to quit ranting now, lest I get even more angry and the Southern Poverty Law Center gets all miffed  and declares Splendid Isolation  and its readers to be a hate group — like we care.  (That  bunch of godless hucksters needs to stand near the head of the line of the concrete block distribution, but let’s not go there yet.)

What pisses me off royally (if I may be a little solipsistic here) is that I came to this country to pursue the American Dream — the original dream, as created by “heritage Americans” — and now these fucking bastards on the Left want to take that away from me.  Fuck ’em, fuck ’em, and again I say, fuck ’em.

What I want to do with this Magic Dirt is bury all these bastards six feet under it.

8 comments

  1. “…bury all these bastards six feet under it.”
    I’m not so kind. Bury them up to their necks and let the crows and ants clean up. Then there will be a monument to their evil folly.

  2. “She thinks if her people move here, displacing the heritage stock, nothing changes but the complexion. Her people will suddenly stop acting like her people and take on the habits of our people, but with more color.”

    Does she really think that, though? I bet she actually thinks the opposite, that they won’t change, and that they’ll change US.

    1. This is correct, I believe. I think these foreigners believe they can appropriate our country’s aggregated wealth without assuming the behaviors and culture that it sprang from.

  3. “My only regret in all this is that Donald Trump doesn’t have an identical twin brother so we could vote him into office in 2024 and 2028”

    No. We can do better. I’m available. I’m not sure Trump has the spine to crack heads in the way that is needed to restore order.

  4. I picked up a couple of charter (i.e, high end) pilots from the municipal airport this afternoon. once they got in the car and settled (more luggage than Immelda Marcos, those two), one of them spouted off, ‘I don’t really get why people get all excited about illegals.”

    Picture your driver biting his tongue. Y’all can probably rant this one well enough yourselves to retroactively scorch his idiotic hide.

    And the ancient shopworn wheeze, “Is that really the most important thing facing all these people?”

    Seriously? These guys are well-enough educated and trained to be trusted flyuing multi-million-dollar machines around the civil skies, freighting folks around who might be worth to somebody as much as those planes. And yet, they’re incapable of braining that citizenship has to count for something?

    Mommy!

    M

  5. Trouble with Magic Dirt is that it works both ways. There are plenty of conservatives that think that because NYC, San Francisco, LA, Chicago etc were for a period of time within the borders of the US, that their residents are Americans because of the Magic Dirt. They aren’t and we need to separate from them before they drag us all down. This is not about aliens as there are plenty of 5th generation people in those places that are at least as bad.

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