Since demographics is destiny, Golden State separatism and an eventual war of self-determination is all but guaranteed now:
Latinos now make up a majority of California’s public school students, cracking the 50 percent barrier for the first time in the state’s history, according to data released Friday by the state Department of Education. Almost 50.4 percent of the state’s students in the 2009-10 school year identified themselves as Hispanic or Latino, up 1.36 percent from the previous year. In comparison, 27 percent of California’s 6.2 million students identified themselves as white, 9 percent as Asian and 7 percent as black. Students calling themselves Filipino, Pacific Islander, Native American or other total almost 7 percent.
The main reason for California to stay within the Union is its forthcoming bankruptcy and hope for a Federal bailout that is unlikely to be forthcoming. As more and more whites decide to leave Mexifornia and businesses flee the increasingly hostile state government, it is only a matter of time before historic Hispanic pride reasserts itself and the nascent Hispanic political power begins to flex its considerable demographic muscle. And given that the United States has been a primary advocate of a right to self-determination around the world since the Wilson administration, there will be little justification or national appetite to forcibly keep a bankrupt and mexicanized California within the Union.
Given how much evil has come out of white American California, from the endless filth of Hollywood to no-fault divorce, I can only wish the denizens of Aztlan much success in their eventual struggle for self-determination and a merger with Mexico.