Louisiana's Jindal: "No White rivals for me!"
For a number of years  it has been clear that some sort of cabal at the center of Conservatism Inc  is working hard to prevent the emergence  of new GOP leaders  who are men from Historic America . Consequently, with the rapid implosion  of Marco Rubio  it is not surprising that see Bobby Jindal  being favored with a major piece of patronage: Jindal chosen GOP speaker at big Washington dinner  by Bruce Alpert The Times-Picayune January 31, 2013
Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal is getting a high-profile speaking gig -- delivering the Republican speech at the annual Gridiron Club and Foundation dinner on March 9.
Jindal, who is seen as a likely presidential candidate in 2016, recently made news when he told fellow GOPers to "stop being the stupid party."
Jindal, the son of Indian immigrants who has completely destroyed any chance of Indian immigrant support  by converting to Catholicism, did indeed give such a remarkably insulting speech at the recent RNC meeting in Charlotte Bobby Jindal: GOP needs to 'stop being the stupid party'  by Justin Sink The Hill 01/25/13
On any rational view this address should have destroyed his prospects as a Republican leader.
In a scathing takedown, he accuses the party of "looking backwards" and having an obsession with "identity politics."
"We must reject the notion that demography is destiny, the pathetic and simplistic notion that skin pigmentation dictates voter behavior," Jindal said.
After the last election, and the subsequent anti-white triumphalism , it is of course just silly to deny that in Peter Brimelow’s phrase “Race is Destiny in American Politics ”. It is equally obvious that the Republican’s only chance is maximizing the turnout  of the white vote  and its share of that vote 
Furthermore “identity politics ” aka representing white interests against racial socialism  is totally legitimate and respectable.
Jindal’s patrons know this of course. They just don’t want it to happen. And they are counting on Hitler’s Revenge  to enable them to prevent it.
After the election, Governor Jindal was one of the first to visit the Court of Sheldon Adelson  (Governors hold GOP's power By Laura Myers Las Vegas Review-Journal Nov 19, 2012)
Preserving the American nation  will not have been on the agenda.