Blacks have been voting more or less as a "monolithic block" for decades now. Latinos are heavily leaning that way.
Did I ever say that it was 100%? No, I did not.So 50% = 100%.
It is, in any case, more than low enough for the American white population to literally start "dying off" in the same fashion as Western Europeans and the Japanese.
Sooo... If we're not going to breed new members of the Middle Classes, and - as the Left is so fond of reminding us, the heady days of picking one's self "up by their boot straps" are dead and gone due to the nature of our present economy, with one of the most reliable ways to attain a certain economic status simply happening to be born into it - how, pray tell, are you suggesting that it grow?The upper classes are doing just fine. The loss of the middle classes has nothing to do with race or ethnicity or birth rates, and everything to do with economic inequality.
Let me guess. Magically utopian multicultural pixie dust?
How are you proposing we maintain a society where those who take outnumber those who actually produce?
The growth of the Latino Middle Class has stalled just like every other group, with the possible exception of the East Asians (largely due to their being smart enough not to have children out of wedlock, and consistently seek higher education).Seems to me that they already do
Again, Latinos very well might make a smooth transition to the Middle Classes in numbers sufficient to rival whites, but I'm not exactly banking on it. It's equally likely that they'll simply stall, like African Americans have.
I'm pretty sure the Left would actually prefer things that way, in point of fact. They're less likely to "wander off the plantation" that way. Frankly, either way, there are still going to be problems.
i.e. Identity politics. In this case, white middle class vs everyone else, primarily because that's the major way the DNC gets votes.As long as these ethnic groups have different concerns, and are treated differently by society, they will benefit from pooling their political influence and pushing for policies that benefit them. And that's pretty much how politics is supposed to work in a democratic system.
What the Hell do you think it means? It means the English language, the Founding Fathers, almost literally every bit of mass produced media for the last century, and etca, etca.What does that mean, exactly? What does "white majority American culture" mean?
If these projections we're seeing now turn out to be accurate, it's quite likely that whatever "United States" remains afterwards won't even speak the same language that it does now.
Hasn't stopped the park service from pulling the Confederate flag down from Ft. Sumter, or any other number of sites.And yet, millions of people, of all ethnic groups and from around the world, visit DC and gaze admiringly at the Washington Monument.
Meanwhile, all those white people you're worried about? It seems to me like they can't be bothered to learn much about Washington in the first place.
You know... In spite of it's presence being historically accurate.
For that matter, do you actually think I view the white population's rampant apathy regarding its history, heritage, and very existence as being a good thing? To the contrary, it's one of the major reasons why we've fallen into decline. No one gives a damn about anything that actually matters any more.
As I've already pointed out, this OBJECTIVELY isn't true.The latest round of immigrants are no different than they were in the past
Previous waves of immigrants were smaller than the present wave of Latinos, spoke different languages, belonged to cultures distinctly different from one another, and came into a vibrant and growing native born US culture which was capable of compelling them to assimilate.
What people may or may not have happened to believe is a Red Herring in our present context. The simple fact of the matter is that Latinos are projected to make up anywhere from a third to a full half of the US population within the next century. NO other immigrant group in the United States' history ever came even close to that.
I'm sorry, but that's not "immigration." It's freaking colonization. If you don't think that's going to have a positively seismic impact on mainstream culture or social order in the US, you're dreaming.