The international financial corporatist model that did this through the exploitation of global immigration for cheap labor will have to set up shop in a new place of the world as the financial global ponzi or monopoly must never end(Because all encompassing greed is good) but, where else in the world to emigrate? Where else in the world to set up shop after western civilization simply evaporates?
Japan, China, India, Indonesia, Vietnam, Taiwan? All of the above?
That would be an interesting future to contemplate. Let's imagine a nation like China where this parasitic international financial coporatist model successfully relocates to. Now let's imagine a future where the Chinese government is very concerned about rising living standards and wages for its workers that keep on demanding more every year in terms of collective redistribution or social welfare. A Chinese corporate CEO with a group of politicians quietly envisions that the way of reducing wages for the Chinese labor workforce is to import Nigerian and Indian workers from abroad. ( Or anywhere else in the world) Mexican immigrant workers in China?
They think to themselves that it is the best economic aggregate of reducing Chinese wages domestically increasing their corporate profits simultaneously.
The Chinese workforce of course laments against and rebels angrily at this move on the part of the Chinese government in collusion with the international corporate conglomerates aiding them and so the tone is set that any native Chinese citizen against it is a racist just like individuals from the long dead western civilization which preceded it that died only decades earlier. "If you're against the peaceful assemblage of global immigration you're a racist or nativist it reads in Mandarin."
The new Chinese neoliberal global immigration model of the future? Sort of amusing to contemplate.
What happens in one portion of the world people in all nations tend to forget affects everybody eventually or someday into the future.
We eat only to cast out,
Sleep only to wake,
And what comes after all that
Is simply to die at last.