Reaperfan wrote:Castielle wrote:So I watched the first video and then I started watching the second video and had to stop about 6 minutes or so in.
Did the same, to be honest. Though, again to be fully honest, I was actually more or less fine with his points in the second video up until that 6 minute mark. He lost me at that point when he starts going "she REALLY thinks it's the Jews just like other White Supremacist movements, but she's just sneakily not explicitly saying so herself so she doesn't get kicked off Youtube!" Up until then when he started letting it go to attacking her character, he was more or less just pointing out flaws in her arguments. It's wrong to just assume data trends will continue exactly as they have been without considering other factors going forward. Even if the trend is there, it's not so extreme that it will resort in a majority "overtaking of white people" (as in the white population falling below 50%) anytime soon, or at least not within the span of a single generation like she was implying.
But while her presentation had flaws, if taken as a hypothetical thought experiment rather than a statement of fact it's not incorrect either. The idea that a sudden mass movement of one culture into another without proper time to allow the two cultures to effectively integrate with each other will eventually result in one of them overtaking the other rather than resulting in a blend of the two.
It's really hard to predict (if not impossible) what will happen, but there are people that are certainly afraid of seeing their country/culture change drastically and too quickly (particularly by Islam). I don't think that makes someone racist, is my point though. She seems concerned. Is she too concerned? I don't know, that really depends on what information you have and how you view the whole Europe situation.
He is a wise man who does not grieve for the things which he has not, but rejoices for those which he has. - Epictetus