In his diagnosis, Brazil’s hard-working, family-oriented European and Japanese immigrants spurred that nation’s dynamic growth, whereas Mexico’s economic disaster and failure to build solid democratic institutions are due to its “Hispanic value system” promoting passivity, mistrust of outsiders and an overemphasis on family.
PLUS: “An American asks: What’s So Bad About the BNP Anyway?”
Well, they have a whites-only membership policy, for one thing. And protectionism is backward. But we’ll see what happens on June 4.