It is common knowledge that white people are basically dying out. White people aren't having children at or above replacement rates, and this is a trend worldwide. My question is - why doesn't anybody care? It upsets me that white people are collectively trapped in this mindset of collective guilt, almost that we deserve to die out, to fail to reproduce, to become the future white minority. Or that white people don't deserve existence.
Why doesn't anybody care? You'd think that in white majority countries there would be campaigns to increase the white birth rate. Instead, what's happening in these countries is that the populations are told to be open to diversity - and obviously you can't be diverse with as many white people as you've got. It's like, white people are an obstacle that we need to overcome in order to create our happy, diverse America (or insert your white country here). And of course, if you think that white people dying out is bad, if you think that having white people may actually be an essential component of diversity, then obviously you're a white supremacist who doesn't understand what diversity really means.
I'm actually very upset about this. White people are dying out - and the world cheers. White people aren't having children - and excuses are provided, such as that white people can't afford children. This is obviously false, considered that we're inundated with messages that white people have all of the money and power.
My point here is that, if any other group were in danger, there would be action on their behalf. African-Americans are impoverished? Affirmative actions shall be taken. And this is fair - it is a way to rectify a social injustice. But white people dying out? Nobody would dare bring this up as a political issue. I bet it would actually hurt any politician if they were to say "this is a problem, we should do something so that we don't lose our rich European heritage." Nobody cares.
Do you care?