Joka wrote:In the west indigenous and domestic ethnic populations are on the rise to become the new population minorities. This is a very interesting historical development as global multicultural enthusiasts pride themselves on diversity, so what happens when this global multicultural diversity movement ( and experiment) going into the future sees entire ethnicities, cultures, languages, and national identities go extinct preceded first with population loss due to balkanization? That would imply some sort of ideological and practical failure due to shortsightedness, doesn't it? Nobody seriously understanding demographics denies these current future trends.
Will neoliberals admit that their ideology was flawed from the get go or will they just chock it up to the failure of the west to adapt to the new global multicultural movement of immigration and diversity?
Somehow I imagine a future neoliberal historian saying, "Global multiculturalism, immigration, and diversity didn't fail western civilization, it was the west that failed to adapt to it therefore it's not our fault as we're blameless." "We didn't cause the death of western civilization from the ruins which we inherited and currently live in."
This is the most important issue when it comes to immigration. It has nothing to do with compatible values or discussions of which populations are suitable for life in Western countries. The real main issue is the potential for demographic shift.
Unfortunately both the right and left misunderstand these developments because everything is shaped around the basis of cultural compatiblity. In reality it is not an issue of compatible or incompatible cultures but clashing ethno-religious interests which arise out of multi-ethnic societies.
The failure of advocates for mass immigration to recognise that balkanisation will be the inevitable result of these policies cannot be afforded any intellectual respect at all. In fact their denial of this obvious reality is so glaringly ludicrous that we should not dignify it with any response.
If pointing out this effective reality is racism then we have a massive problem. Ultimately the refusal to have a rational discussion about this question has very real consequences for European societies and future generations. If by 2075 France has a population that is 40 percent Algerian Muslim, 50 percent French Roman Catholic and 10 percent other nationalities, the country will be unable to function. Identifying this is not racism, because no blame is being placed on any particular ethno-religious group. This is an issue of demography and planning.
Malaysia, Indonesia, Yugoslavia, Pakistan and India are all examples of the inherent problems with multicultural societies.
We are condemned to live.