Michigan City Council Candidate Who Wanted to Keep Town White Quits After Jewish Bullying Campaign

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
August 27, 2019

Last week, a Michigan woman running for city council came out and said she’d rather keep her community white.

The initial reporting on this was very unclear, and it made it sound like she just came out of nowhere with this statement. In actual fact, the city was involved in a discussion about purposefully bringing in nonwhites to create “diversity,” and her “keep it white” statements were made in the context of opposition to that.

Now, after a campaign of bullying by the Jewish media, she has dropped out of the race.

New York Times:

A City Council candidate in Michigan who drew criticism and national attention last week for saying her community should be kept white “as much as possible” officially withdrew from the race on Monday.

The candidate, Jean Cramer, who was running for a seat on the Marysville City Council, hand-delivered a one-sentence letter to City Hall in the afternoon. It read: “I am writing this letter to withdraw as a City Council candidate for the Marysville City Council election on Nov. 5, 2019.”

At a candidates’ forum on Thursday, the moderator asked whether the community should be more aggressive in attracting foreign-born residents. Ms. Cramer replied that Marysville should be a “white community as much as possible” with “no foreign people,” drawing audible gasps from fellow candidates.

They are at least now making it clear that she was prompted.

Of course, now it doesn’t matter because she’s already been bullied into submission by the toxic network of Jewish supremacist media.

On Friday, Ms. Cramer expanded on her views to The Times Herald, a local newspaper. She said that interracial marriages were a “big problem,” citing the Bible, and insisted she was not racist. She told reporters that she had no plans to drop out of the race.

Marysville, which is about 55 miles northeast of Detroit, has a population of less than 10,000, and around 95 percent of it is white, according to census figures.

Mayor Dan Damman, who is not seeking re-election, said he appreciated Ms. Cramer’s withdrawing from the race.

“My hope is that she realizes that with her ideology she is not fit for office in Marysville or anywhere else,” he said.

I don’t know if she has an ideology, but her statements certainly were not representative of an ideology – she was talking about a purely practical matter.

Mass immigration and race replacement changes the entire landscape of a city.

For example:

  • You no longer feel comfortable around your neighbors
  • You have to hear foreign languages everywhere you go
  • These incoming foreigners are often violent and commit other forms of crime
  • They have strange customs, which alter cultural dynamics
  • They take over public spaces with their own shops
  • They often crowd around on the streets
  • When their numbers reach a certain level, they start to exert dominance over the native population

And so on and on and on. You do not need to be an adherent of any ideology in order to recognize these as the absolute definition of “practical concerns.”

Meanwhile, in order to think that it is a good idea to forcibly diversify a place, you must be an ideological adherent to the rigid and brutal dogma of multiculturalism, given that there are no practical benefits to mass immigration (assuming you’re not a wealthy businessman trying to drive down wages and/or create a housing crisis).

As I said in my previous article on Ms. Cramer’s situation: the people calling for the immigrants are the ones pushing an agenda. “I just want things to remain how they are” is not an agenda. As such, the burden to explain why this is good is on the people pushing for the radical transformation of our homes, and it is the right of the people who live in the towns and cities of this country to say that they do not want their homes to be radically transformed.

We used to have a good country.

We had a good country that was built by good men where good families could raise healthy children who would go on to raise their own families.

It was a beautiful and magical place.

We had a very good thing. And it is almost completely gone now, not because we chose to give it up, but because it was taken from us as an effect of what experts refer to as the “Global Jewish Crisis.”

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