It takes a nation to protect the nation
"In 1950, whites were 28 percent of world population and Africans 9 percent, a ratio of three-to-one. In 2060, the ratio will remain the same. But the colors will be reversed. People of African ancestry will be 25 percent of the world`s population. People of European descent will have fallen to 9.8 percent.
More arresting is that the white population is shrinking not only in relative but in absolute terms. Two hundred million white people, one in every six on earth—a number equal to the entire population of France, Britain, Holland and Germany—will vanish by 2060."
Currently the white population of the world is down to 16%.
Race—Stalking The Wild Taboo
A decade ago, the journalist and activist Samuel T. Francis wrote that race has become not only the ultimate unmentionable subject in polite conversation but the site of the most intense fear and anxiety. In other words, race is our era’s great taboo.
In the Victorian era, the Great Taboo was sex. Today, whatever the label we attach to our own age, the Great Taboo is race. The Victorians virtually denied that sex existed. Today, race is confidently said to be “merely a social construct,” a product of the imagination, and of none too healthy imaginations at that, rather than a reality of nature. The Victorians severely punished people who talked about sex, made jokes about sex, or wrote too openly and frankly about sex. Today, journalists, disc jockeys, leading sports figures, public officials, distinguished academics, and major political leaders who violate the racial taboos of our age are fired from their newspapers, networks, or radio stations, forced to resign their positions, condemned by their own colleagues, and subjected to “investigations” of their “backgrounds” and their “links” to other individuals and groups that have also violated the race taboo.
The subject of race is avoided precisely because it is so powerful. Race is an indispensable source of identity for individuals around the world and one of the most consistent and revealing predictive mechanisms in the social sciences. Race’s impact on history, culture, science, technology, war, achievement, and the arts is only now coming to be fully understood. The mapping of the human genome will be remembered as but the first step in understanding the components of the human personality.
Put simply, we avoid thinking seriously about race at the cost of our future.
The analogy with the Victorian Christian attitude to sex is a good one - the stifling of discussion of it made the endemic child prostitution and abuse, and rape of maidservants etc prevalent in Victorian times, especially by the ruling and aristocratic elites, out of bounds for public discussion and problem solving, therefore they could continue with their vile exploitations.
On the subject of sex and religious and ethnic privilege - fast forward to Catholic Priests sexual abuse cover ups, and thence to Muslim grooming gang and Hollywood/political elites cover ups ; nothing has changed.
Discussion of race has become the new "Original Sin".