European Americans, who used to be 88% of the population, are declining at 4 percentage points per decade.
Wikipedia: "President Clinton’s Initiative on Race, established with Executive Order 13050, was a critical element in President Clinton's effort to prepare his country to embrace its growing diversity as its greatest strength in the 21st century."
The Initiative, featuring John Hope Franklin and his panel, visited San Jose February 10–11, 1998.
The second day had a guest panel featuring several liberal professors and Robert Woodson (black), addressing the issue of race and poverty with an audience of 200. Woodson differed with the rest in that he didn’t like blacks being portrayed as victims, in need of white help.
Then I spoke from the audience: “One of the causes of persistent poverty in America, is President Clinton’s support of an immigration policy that brings in massive numbers of Third Worlders, most of whom are in poverty. In other words we import poverty. In fact, so many Third Worlders are being imported, that our racial composition is being transformed. European Americans, who used to be 88% of the population, are declining at 4 percentage points per decade.”
The crowd hisses and boos. The moderator reminds them that this is supposed to be a dialogue.
So I continue: “The Chinese claim the land of China to be theirs exclusively and forever. The Indians claim the land of India to be theirs exclusively and forever. And of course the Mexicans claim the land of Mexico to be theirs exclusively and forever. Nobody complains.” The audience is quiet because they have no problem with other nations claiming their own land.
“But when we Americans claim the land of America” my voice rising in defiance, “to be ours, exclusively and forever, we are called ‘racists’”!! The audience is in an uproar, shouting me down, and the moderator is signaling me to stop. But I have one more comment: “For us to be called ‘racists’, is like the thief who calls his victim a ‘materialist’“.
Later the panel breaks up and reporters from the San Francisco Chronicle, the San Jose Mercury News, and KQED (Channel 9) come by to get my name. The San Francisco Examiner stays for an interview. I also interviewed with the News Observer of Durham NC.