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Skip to comments.The Invasion of Los Angeles
Posted on 08/24/2002 2:37:20 AM PDT by FreedomFriend
Given that the illegal invasion in California and much of the country has come from our neighbor to the south, and being the Mexicans are considered "Hispanic", I think that it is only fair to show general graphic displays of the invasion.
For the following pictures, you will need to know what each color represents. Thus,, here is the key.
Beige 0.0%-16.6% Hispanic
Yellow 16.7%-33.2% Hispanic
Green-Yellow- 33.4%-53.0% Hispanic
Olive Green- 53.3%-75.2% Hispanic
Forest Green- 75.5%-100.0% Hispanic
Beige 0.0%-18.5% Hispanic
Yellow 18.6%-36.2% Hispanic
Green-Yellow 36.3%-55.6% Hispanic
Olive Green 55.7%-76.4% Hispanic
Forest Green 76.4%-98.4% Hispanic
Check out the size and scope of the invasion as it has manifested itself over the years in the LA area, and compare each LA area from 1990 to 2000.
LA Central 1990
LA Central 2000
LA East 1990
LA East 2000
LA Southeast 1990
LA Southeast 2000
LA North 1990
LA North 2000
LA West/Far West 1990
LA West/Far West 2000
Given that the numbers are slightly differentiating, the contrast between 1990 and 2000 is somewhat weakened. However, despite the number variation, the contrasts can clearly be seen.
Were you aware that if you created an equivalent demographic map of California for 1850 the majority of populated areas would be Chinese?!
There would also be very, very few "hispanics", the hidalgos (landlord class people) having withdrawn back to Mexico proper when the American Revolution reached the area. On the other hand, there would still be a lot of American Indians.
California was never "theirs". The United States inherited perfectly valid "sea to sea" land claims from Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina and Virginia. When the Mexicans ran off the Spanish, we fairly reasserted those claims.
Will they teach "that" history in California schools?
Hispanic population growth from 1980 to 2000 in the following metropolitan areas exceeding 300%:
Las Vegas 753%
Fort Lauderdale 578%
Washington D.C. 346%
Fort Worth 325%
Source: "Latino Growth in Metropolitan America: Changing Patterns, New Locations," Brookings Institution Center on Urban and Metropolitan Policy. Article was in the Washington Post.
Of course, there is always dual citizenship. That is approved for voting purposes.
The facts are that these are census tracts. If all the pictures are up, you can clearly see that some Census Tracts were in the beige or yellow colors in 1990, and ten years later the same tracts were in the yellow, yellow-green or olive green colors. Many of them have not grown in population, as their size has stayed the same. On the other hand, those areas where they have received more people in that ten year span reveal that the newcomers to those particular areas were primarily Hispanic. Thus, whether other groups fled or not really doesn't matter, as the Hispanic population percentage would go up either way. You can also see how many tracts were broken into two or three, particularly around Central Los Angeles. This represents a huge increase in population, and you'll also see that nearly zero of the tracts have turned in the direction of Hispanic to Non-Hispanic. Thus, with smaller tracts and increased percentages, this reveals that not only is the Hispanic population percentage increasing, but the shear numbers are huge.
Raleigh,NC 1,180% Atlanta 995% Greensboro,NC 962% Charlotte 962% Orlando 859% Las Vegas 753% Nashville 630% Fort Lauderdale 578% Sarasota 538% Portland 437% Greenville,SC 397% Washington D.C. 346% Indianapolis 338% Minn-St.Paul 331% Fort Worth 325% Tulsa 303%
Hmm...And how long have we been saying, that this is not just a Kalifornia problem anymore?
Central/East Los Angeles(LA Downtown, Covina, Anaheim, Downey, Arcadia)
Southeast Los Angeles (Santa Ana, Irvine, Tustin, San Juan Capistrano)
West Los Angeles (LA Downtown, Carson, Beverly Hills, Santa Monica)
Northwest Los Angeles (San Fernando Valley/Burbank/Glendale)
Far West (Ventura/Oxnard/Camarillo/Thousand Oaks)
(A 1900-2000 time-lapse animated image would be very effective.)
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