The changing face of America: Two mall videos compared

Guest Post:

The “Mall of America” is a shopping mall located in Bloomington, Minnesota, US, – so I am told by Google.

It opened in 1992 and this video was taken then. Around one minute in we see typical shoppers of the day. We see typical Americana.


Now turn to the video that James Wood described which makes this mall “like Somalia”. Typical shoppers of 2017?


Fairly obvious that there has been a change in demographics – even if the day was a special one for Muslims. As we watch both videos where crowd scenes can be compared, we might note the kiddie count – or the push-chair count.

Over many years East Africa has had its famines. The Western response is to send in truckloads, literally, of food, often offloading straight into the arms of starving Africans. Each famine event places greater numbers in danger. One finds it easy to think that population control is left to famines rather than other kinds of control which cost money. The other “horsemen of the Apocalypse” ride also but there seems to be a lessening of war and pestilence given the view from my comfy armchair far away. Thus we have an exodus. Somalia, being one of the hardest hit with famines, has opted to emigrate. No doubt these Africans, like many others, have learned about the West and its welfare, its refugees and asylum-seekers, and immigration. Off they go and here they are. And they will bring their culture to defeat the “horsemen” until they adopt population control like the rest of the West.

America is no China – able to impose population control by fiat. But we will see….

In the meantime, NZ accepts refugees, considers asylum seekers on merit, allows the odd passport-burner, admits immigrants on merit, and rejects overstayers and fake-marriage workarounds. All people who look like other New Zealander’s but with different backgrounds and motivations. Can anyone make sense of all this?

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