You seem like a genuinely kind person, and I respect that.
It's just that even if I posted every study and piece of statistics out there, nobody would even read it.
The best bet is to make people angry enough to open their eyes and see what is in front of them.
What I am saying is that we are different. We are made for different lives, apart from each other.
The only thing that happens when you make societies multicultural/multiethnic is that you get conflict, always at someones' expense.
Why then, if not to hurt a specific or both groups, would anyone do such a thing?
I always was an issue, and it is now more actual than ever before.
We need segregation, a sea in between us would be nice, nothing but limited trade and intellectual contact for the betterment of our planet.
Either way, things are more of a slow-burning flame in the United States. You have always had problems.
Right now you're taking care of it with bread and games for the people (welfare and TV).
Plus a huge amount of suppression and white flight. You don't have forced integration like in some European countries, though.
Here, the problem is more recent, and it is abundantly clear.
For instance, the Norwegian police chief in Oslo went public with statistics saying that all assault rapes were committed by people of non-european origin.
Such statistics are of course illegal here in Sweden, because we don't have tens of thousands of immigrants...
We have a couple of million non-whites. In a small country of 7 million ethnic swedes.
Whites hardly do any crime except drunken brawling anymore, but that seldom hurts anyone bad.
I have followed crime on a forum with about 700 000 users, flashback.org, for years now.
The thing about that site is that they always publish the identity of the person convicted for something.
As soon as a violent crime of worse nature occurs, a thread will pop up about it.
The person convicted is almost always non-white.
Newspapers don't even go out with a description of the suspect anymore, because it is "racist".
Come on. Dig a bit. I know you're mild-mannered, kind and awesome...
But if something is seriously wrong, it is. And then it must be fixed.