The Minority Strategy
The central irony of “The Majority Strategy” (what VDARE calls “The Sailer Strategy” and what could be called “The Francis Strategy“) is that the GOP has been winning elections by means of it for years, while denouncing it and even consciously trying to undermine it. In other words, the GOP is the White People’s Party, whether it likes it or not. And it will win in its current form so long as America’s historic Majority believes (corectly or not) that the Party stands for its interests.
The Democrats also have a winning forumla; it’s called “The Minority Strategy.” Quite unlike the Republicans, the Democrats are willing to talk about their Strategy.
The Future of the Obama CoalitionNew York TimesBy Thomas B. EdselNovember 27, 2011
For decades, Democrats have suffered continuous and increasingly severe losses among white voters. But preparations by Democratic operatives for the 2012 election make it clear for the first time that the party will explicitly abandon the white working class.
All pretense of trying to win a majority of the white working class has been effectively jettisoned in favor of cementing a center-left coalition made up, on the one hand, of voters who have gotten ahead on the basis of educational attainment — professors, artists, designers, editors, human resources managers, lawyers, librarians, social workers, teachers and therapists — and a second, substantial constituency of lower-income voters who are disproportionately African-American and Hispanic.
The implication of an explicit Minority Strategy and implicit, unspeakable Majority Strategy is that no White ruling coalition will be allowed to exist in these United States.