Let’s set the record straight about Hispanics and Asians population growth

By Noble Johns

The so-called explosive population growth among Hispanics and Asians fueled a surge in the U.S. population between 2000 and 2003 as the national count pushed closer to 300 million. But when the U.S. population picture is closely examined, you find that the truth behind the numbers are rigged.

The Constitution of the United States mandates that a census of the population be taken every ten years, and back then, over two hundred years ago, they didn't differentiates between citizens and noncitizens because they didn't know how to account for the slaves or native Americans in the census count. Now, over two hundred years later, these fools in the government are still counting the same way they counted two hundred years ago; count everybody who will submit to the count, citizens and illegal aliens.

So by counting illegal aliens and not differentiating them with citizens, you get a distorted picture of the population of this country. The best picture of the U.S. population is to look at the death scrolls that come over the TV of the young men and women who are dying in Iraq. You don't see too many Hispanics or Asians; all you see is Black and white Americans. So, how in the hell are Hispanics going to be the largest minority when they are're dying in Iraq?

The main reason is that they can't get into the army because they are illegal aliens. Something is wrong with that picture of the government's population count; these fools are counting criminals who have sneak into this country illegally. What kind of since does that make? Perhaps the same kind that caused 9/11.

We hear so much lately about the Hispanics being the largest minority in America, out pacing Black Americans who have been here for four hundred years. However, when you look beneath the suffice of this big lie that the government is telling, you find that most of the Hispanics in the country are illegal aliens and shouldn't be counted as part of the U.S. population in the first place.

But, they should be deported back to their own country. If all the illegal aliens were deported by to their home land, the Hispanic population would be less than 15 million. But, because of cheap labor and the abuse of U.S. companies of the poor people, this government tries to give them legal statue. Before 9/11 happened, the states were even issuing drivers license to illegals.

All in all, when you add the numbers-up without the illegal aliens, the true Hispanic population in this country, who are American citizens, is about 15 million people.

With the Asian American population, who are American citizens, they make-up about 7 million Americans; the rest are either terrorists in this country trying ti kill us, in this country on work permits, or in this country illegally.

So, why does this county continue to lie about the true American population count?

The only reason I can think of is to undermine the power of the Black community and the Black vote. Just check out the population lies below:

Hispanics, the nation's largest minority group, rose 13 percent between April 2000 and July 2003 to 39.9 million, according to Census Bureau figures released Monday. That far outpaced the 3 percent increase in the American populace during the same time, to 290.8 million.

Asians were the next-fastest-growing among the large minority groups, up 12.6 percent to 11.9 million, while the black population rose nearly 4 percent to 37 million.

About 4.3 million people listed themselves as of more than one race, up 10.5 percent from 2000.

The population of Hispanics and, to a lesser extent, Asians, rose in nearly every state over the 1990s, due in large part to immigration. The latest data appear to show a continued steady flow of immigrants into America in spite of the recession and the effects of the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, said John Logan, a sociologist at the State University of New York at Albany.

"This is the story of the whole United States now," Logan said. "It's not just a New York or Los Angeles phenomenon."

Black Americans in reality are always under counted in this country as part of the American conspiracy to keep Black Americans back. If the truth be known, Black Americans are about 40 million strong in this county and growing, and the lies this country have been telling about the U.S. population county won’t change that fact.

Whites remain the single largest group at 197 million, up just 1 percent between 2000 and 2003. That number refers to those U.S. residents who are not of Hispanic ethnicity and who selected only white as their race.

"Non-Hispanic white" is what would generally be considered the majority group in the U.S. population, though they are not officially designated as such.

Over two-thirds of U.S. residents are white. Bureau projections released earlier this year showed that whites and minority groups overall would be roughly equal in size by 2050.

The youthfulness of minorities and the aging of the white population overall provides further evidence suggesting the nation's demographic future.

For instance, about 34 percent of the nation's Hispanics are younger than 18, compared to just 22 percent of non-Hispanic whites. Fifteen percent of whites are 65 or over, a rate three times as high as for Hispanics.

The significance could be felt on voter registration rolls as more Hispanics become eligible to vote. Historically, Hispanics are registered at much lower rates than whites and blacks.

The expected continued influx of younger Hispanic and Asian immigrants could also replenish the U.S. labor force as the massive baby boom generation approaches retirement age, said William Frey, a demographer at the Brookings Institution in Washington.

Looked at another way, the median age of whites is nearly 40. It is 34 for Asians, 31 for blacks, and 27 for Hispanics.

The median age for multiracial Americans is 20 -- reflecting the relative newness of the category, said John Haaga, a demographer with the Population Reference Bureau, a private research group in Washington.

The option to select more than one race on a census form was first given in 2000.

The baby boom generation grew up in a time when interracial marriage became more socially acceptable, and people being reported as multiracial now are largely the children of baby boomers who married outside their races, Haaga said.

The Census Bureau counts "Hispanic" or "Latino" as an ethnicity rather than a race, so Hispanics can be of any race, including white.

Besides immigration, the Hispanic-American population continues to grow because Latinos have a higher birth rate than other groups. Most immigrants to the United States tend to arrive in their 20s, when many people have kids.

Back to home page