Guess I could indulge in some examination of Columbus/Pilgrims etc and Indians.
There is a lot of human nature at play in that history.
Rather, I'm thinking about how I happen to be a native of Indianapolis Indiana and how there are a lot of people who have moved here over the years.
We have become a faster moving society. Moves are often in line with job demands, though there are still some made for health and even aesthetic reasons.
Dare I suggest a darker motive?
Though we have always had our share of liberals seeking rights abatement, there is quite a steady infusion over several decades of 'new blood' enforcing these puppets' dreams of their 'new dawn'.
Some of this is quite innocent. Just young impressionable people coming into new opportunities.
But look at Southern California, the big 'for instance' that yields so much of the nation's misery (not to mention the East Coast aka Massachusetts and New York State).
There has always been quite a population of libs there. It's been augmented over the years and especially by illegal aliens who have no allegiance to the US and who drain our economy. They will, if given the chance, 'vote' for all the libs, thus enforcing an illegal hold on a Republic they seek to dissolve. The new 'enfranchised' voters btw, could care less as long as they get what they want.
That's happened to a lesser dramatic degree here.
Frankly, I remember illegals who came here for the right reasons.
The guy who started Acapulco Joe's restaurant in Indy comes to mind.
Joe Rangel tried illegally to enter the US 7 times including a prison stay on the 7th.
When he tried again he found his way to Indianapolis.
He found the funding to start a restaurant and quickly became popular.
He was intent on becoming an American citizen.
In 1971 his dream came true.
He called himself a 'proud gringo' (btw gringo for hispanics means someone who speaks 'garbled' language and the insult is worse than that).
If I recall they play the Star Spangled Banner every day. Though Joe died many years ago they still do.
Now, as for his politics as a citizen, I don't know. I figure that much effort and success speak for themselves.
At least honest libs like Pierce Brosnan who btw became a citizen, speak for themselves. What you see is what you get. And I'm not impuning character, save for the liberal streak. Brosnan is a decent guy whose politics get in the way. That's his problem.
It becomes our problem when libs implement policies.
And Hollywood is full of citizens who walk all over Freedom.
Most major cities are flooded with those of a liberal bent.
They tend to flock to urban areas. There is safety in numbers they think.
What we need to do in Indy and elsewhere is watch and counter them. I engage people in conversation. I like to know what others are thinking. Forewarned is forearmed.
Getting the word out about restoring the Republic takes up quite a bit of my time.
With all the changes that come to Indy, that remains no matter what.
Being native or newcomer is ultimately meaningless.
Where we go and what we do is eclipsed by who we are and especially what we think of this Republic and what we wat to do with it.
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