Just as the Latinization of the US does not bode well for Jews, an increasingly non-white America does not bode well for things putatively most concerning to white leftists:
The Green trend is even more pronounced on the other side of the Atlantic. The migration crisis is even more pronounced there, too.
Do Green voters in Britain and Germany really think young soldiers of fortune coming from Africa and the Middle East into cultures alien to them to carve out existences for themselves give a moment’s thought to climate modeling predictions for what the weather will be like in the year 2080?
Is it merely a socially laudable way to virtue-signal in favor of globalism–climate change is a global ‘problem’, after all.
Or is it an indication of increasing existential uncertainty, manifesting itself in a way that is more comfortable for those on the left just as more strident nationalism and populism is a manifestation of the same increasing existential uncertainty among those on the right?
Parenthetically, the collapse in stated material concerns among white Democrats over a generation is staggering. The hard-hat blue-collar concerns that defined Democrats a generation ago is perceived today as embarrassingly declasse, maybe even racist. It’s all culture now.