I'd consider someone a racist who was worried that their race was losing out in birth rates to another race, as if it mattered if there were more blacks, whites, Hispanics, asians, than another race. Specifically the racist label would be applied by me to someone who saw his race as being in competition with another race.
What I meant by gradually replaced is the fear that many white supremacists have that due to things like birth days that whites will eventually be replaced as the majority in this country and as the most common race in positions of power in government.
OK. good, now we have definitions and parameters. First off let me say, this thread, was NOT
about this, it was about promoting a culture of life vs. a culture of death. That was my intention in the exclusive. This is a secondary discussion seperate from the thread's theme and intent. Just making that crystal....
Now, before you go wagging any righteous fingers of indignation around, I have a couple of setup questions, and quite frankly, I don't know if you're trying to play a gotcha, or trying to have a meaningful discussion on something that really does need to be addressed more widely.
Now, why is it, that Asians can promote their own, Blacks can promote their own, Latinos can promote their own, Arabs can promote their own, Indians can promote their own, fill in the blank
can promote their own, but white people? They can't promote their own. If they do they are labeled "racists" or "supremacists"?
Why is preferring your culture, your "kind" for lack of a better word, when it is the white man who does it, why is this viewed as a negative when under any other circumstance, so long as the attack on another race isn't blatantly hostile, any other demographic is seen as merely expressing their pride in their people and their pride in their culture and this is suppose to be nurtured and celebrated?
Why the double standard?