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New York Times Says White Population in New Hampshire Is A 'Problem'


This has posed an array of problems for new arrivals who often find themselves isolated and alone, without the comfort and support of a built-in community." Reporter, Matt Walsh, shows that this is one of the most racist statements one can imagine and proves it by showing how it would sound if it were written about Detroit, instead of New Hampshire.
[The issue, however, is deeper than that. Apparently, the Times believes that skin color is the most important factor in creating a sense of community. The 'new arrivals' described here are, of course, immigrants who are bringing with them, not only a difference in skin color, but a huge difference in culture, which they intend to see replace the culture that now exists in New Hampshire. The fact that the Times sees skin color – any skin color – of a community as 'a problem' but sees no problem with the influx of a foreign culture which is fundamentally opposed to the traditional values of America, speaks loudly about the mindset of the paper's owners and editors. What is that mindset?