At a time of the re-awakening of the Italian spirit of nationalism, it is important to keep in mind just how many of us there are all over the world. From 1861 all the way up to the 1980’s and beyond we immigrated to countries en masse. Not only did we bring the ancient Roman work ethic with us, but we also contributed thousands of scientific, sociological, medical, and intellectual advancements to the societies we joined.
Unlike, the rabid Moslems who are burning Italy to the ground, we have actually given our diaspora countries a plethora of inventions. We were the true cultural enrichers! Here is a short, but EXTREMELY limited, list of some of the contributions Italians and Italian-Americans have made to civilization: stem cells for gene therapy (Doctore Claudio Bordignon), jeans (Genoa), jacuzzi, radio, the University (Bologna 1088), piano, hydrofoil, epidemiology, battery (Alessandro Volta), nuclear reactor (Enrico Fermi), and so on and so forth.
So how long will it be until Italians abroad become irrelevant in their countries? How long until we become irrelevant in Italy even? Our contributions to mankind will all go to waste if we do not stand up and take action to curb this madness. We are essentially giving our country away to foreigners in a bid to “not appear racist”. What follows is a 2000 census bureau calculation listing the US states with the most Italians. We are also working on getting the most accurate chart that displays Italian demographic changes that have been occurring in the past couple of decades.
U.S. census bureau 1990-2000:
|STATE||# OF ITALIAN AMERICANS||% OF POP. 1990|