A growing portion of the population of Western countries is feeling that their societies are headed towards disaster and ethnic strife. Commenter Anon proposes a rational, humane, almost medical approach to measure and to remediate the growing unsustainability. I take the liberty to reproduce his ideas here:
"...Nobody wants to gratuitously humiliate these people (ethnias genetically unfit for Western societies. J.) who are in a very real sense disabled, and badly so. They desperately need help, and this is why I think the problem is actually best conceived of in quasi-medical terms.I feel we are advancing toward the definition of the issue and formulating a solution. Let close the decade with this note of optimism, and pray for a Happy New Decade.
But the truth is that we need fewer of these people, not more, and the exuberantly dysgenic policies being pursued in the West, and by the West in Africa and elsewhere, are not aimed at containing the numbers of these people but rather at expanding them. The load placed on normal people, already under all sorts of other stresses, quickly becomes intolerable; low IQ people are often criminal, usually do not contribute to their own upkeep (unless they are "celebrities", of which there is no shortage), require constant custodial supervision and if present in large numbers, make life a squalid, violent hell for everyone including themselves.
As smart people give up and move out, the whole place gets worse and worse as the ratio of problem solvers to problem creators ("Anon's Ratio") tips over into unsustainability; witness Zimbabwe, Haiti and the Congo, for off-the-shelf examples, and parts of South Africa.
The UK, frighteningly, is not far behind.
The humane, albeit expensive solution is to assist these people with contraception, to provide supportive environments,and to understand the physical limits on their brains, and the mainly genetic underpinnings of their deficiencies. And then to think constructively how to really solve these problems in the long term. I don't doubt it's a long way off, but there might be low hanging fruit which could help a lot in the short term, especially in respect of the mildly impaired."