Radical left-wing politicians and activists openly brag that they are replacing the White populations of Europe and North America with new non-White immigrants. This was famously dubbed “Le Grand Remplacement” by French author Renaud Camus in 2011. The importation of new voters is widely recognized as the leading way in which Western democracies are being intentionally subverted.
However, the left demonizes conservatives who talk about it. YouTube and other politically charged social media outlets have even placed restrictions on users talking about it.
The well funded far-left Southern Poverty Law Center [SPLC] says that the Great Replacement is a “hard right,” “white nationalist,” “white supremacist” theory. The SPLC commissioned a poll by Tulchin Research to gauge how much of the population actually agrees the Great Replacement is real. Tulchin polled 1,500 people over the age of 18.
A large majority of Republicans, as well as a slim majority of Democrats under the age of 50, say it is real. The SPLC’s poll completely shatters their own narrative on immigration. In fact, former SPLC national spokesman Mark Potok was even tracking the demographic replacement of White people on the wall of his own office inside the SPLC’s Montgomery, AL headquarters.
“Agree or Disagree: The recent change in our nation’s demographic makeup is not a natural change but has been motivated by progressive and liberal leaders actively trying to leverage political power by replacing more conservative white voters.”
Republicans agreed 68% to 21%
Independents agreed 42% to 37%
Democrats agreed 35% to 52%
Democrats under the age of 50 agreed 50.5% to 38%
US President Joe Biden talking about the replacement of White Americans by “an unrelenting tide of immigration.”