Message from Felix in Nice Respectable People Group #general
Wyoming isn't as white as you would think. About 75% and falling, thanks to mexicans moving in for the jobs and africans brought in by the churches.
i was talking to some friends of mine from California who were telling me that they are sending their kids to College in Moscow IDAHO and when i asked them why (I already figured why but i still asked) they said: we took a tour of their campus and it was predominantly white students! haha
That and the Indian reservations
Wyoming - 91% white
Montana - 89% white
Idaho - 89%
Those stats are as of 2010, so I bet they are slightly worse now.
I 'm sure it depends where in Wyoming
Don't get me wrong, it's still a great place to live. Just not as white as you would expect.
yeah my own Church (the LDS Church) is responsible for bringing in a lot of converts from Latin America and India 😦 who join the Church so they can use it as a ticket to come here. Once they get here, they stop being active in their congregations.
No way, I thought for sure MT would at least be 90%.. damn
That 89% figure is from 8 years ago too...
Pretty much every state except the far northeast is being flooded with Mexicans and some are being "enriched" with Somalis (Minnesota) or Arabs (Michigan).
91% isn't accurate anymore. We had an oil boom right after that, brought in mexicans from California & that's when the Lutheran church started to bring in Nigerians, Ghanaians, ect.
Well i don't think there are any places left that are entirely exclusively 100% White; don't you guys think? But there might be some counties within some States that are.
I have never seen anywhere that didn't have some non-white around, they just won't leave us alone.
The good thing about WY is that these people have no roots here. When the jobs dry up, most will move on.
in Utah there are pockets of exclusively white communities, especially where the more hardcore Fundamentalists Mormons live. they don't allow non whites in their communities
But I'm sure there are some pockets that are almost all white (like Vermont/New Hampshire), but the govt and churches seem to want to make those "diverse" now as well. -__-
It's all about making the non-whites feel uncomfortable. (No violence necessary)
My town would have been entirely white but a family around here adopted these "poor Ethiopians and saved them". Now they are doing drugs and stealing. Oh, 3 of them also..
If they feel accepted (or at least not actively rejected), they will stay and they will multiply. Eventually taking over neighborhoods and then towns, and then those areas just become little pockets of whatever country they came from with an Americanized, consumerist twist.
Exactly @Asatru Artist - MD i was just typing that !!!! lol that's what the hardcore Fundamentalist Mormons do; if a non white family tries to move in, they make their lives miserable; their kids won't talk to the non white kids, they won't play with them, they won't invite them at activities and neighbourhood events, they won't trick or treat there, if they walk into a store, nobody talks to them etc.... eventually they drive them out
Funny thing is I think the family is mormon
@Asatru Artist - MD They call that " block busting" and it's an actual strategy they employ to take over an area.
What's happening in Denver will be in Montana soon. I'm already seeing Texas plates everywhere
remove the infestation
or have nothing that nobody wants
They brought their crime rates with them
Things were extremely different when I was growing up. Its crazy how fast the shift can happen
Sorry to hear that, brother. Coming from California, I can relate.
@Felix i would not be surprised ! Mainstream White mormon families were brain washed into adopting non white kids back in the 70's and 80's. After the new revelations on the Negroes was announced.
Yeah, for some reason there are actually great amount of Mormons where I live.
@Felix the offspring of the NIOT leader in our town plays on a football team in town. I wonder if you've ran into him before
Not In Our Town - anti white hate group
@Grayson Sounds about right, my dad told me about the days where there were virtually no non-whites in the church
Redpill them, get them to join IE as an act of rebellion.
We have the mormon temple here and another mormon church.
A year back a father of a Mormon family got caught for touching/molesting his 17 year old daughter (which goes to school with me). Family didn't do much about it, don't think he even served time.
on to my next class boys
I dated an LDS girl in my town, pure Bavarian beauty. But her family adopted 6 non whites from some of the worst corners of the earth. Her brainwashing was DEEP
In 1978, the First Presidency and the Twelve, led by church president Spencer W. Kimball, declared they had received a revelation that the time had come to end these restrictions. After this revelation, people of African descent could hold priesthood offices and could be granted temple admittance.
As early as 1908, a church publication stated that blacks could not receive the priesthood because their spirits were less valiant in the pre-existence. Church leaders used this explanation until 1978, when Kimball publicly refuted it; later church leaders have called the explanation a folk belief.
Joseph Smith and Brigham Young reasoned that black skin was a result of the Curse of Cain or the Curse of Ham. They used these Biblical curses to justify slavery. Young believed the curse made black people ineligible to vote, marry white people, or hold the priesthood. Successive church presidents continued to use the Biblical curses to justify excluding black men from priesthood ordination and excluding black men and women from the Church's temples. The idea that black skin was a curse was not officially contradicted until 2013
Before the civil rights movement, the LDS Church's doctrine-based policy went largely unnoticed and unchallenged for about a century with the First Presidency stating in 1947 that the doctrine of the LDS Church which banned interracial marriage and black people from entering the temple or receiving the priesthood was never questioned by any of the church leaders. In the 1960s, the NAACP twice threatened to protest the LDS Church if they did not support civil rights. The first time, Hugh B. Brown made a statement in general conference supporting civil rights; the second time, the LDS Church refused to support