"In Germany it is only a question of time until people of immigrant background form a majority of the population in the larger cities. That point has already been reached in Frankfurt am Main: back in 2017, 51.2% of the city’s inhabitants had not been born in Germany or had non-German parents.
Augsburg and Stuttgart are the next candidates or have already reached that status. Across the country, however, only one in four inhabitants have an immigrant background, the Federal Statistics Office reported a few days ago.
…The trend towards a rapidly growing proportion of immigrants is irreversible. Fears are already spreading, but also hopes.
She points to Rotterdam and Amsterdam, where the ancestral inhabitants are already a minority. as pioneers of this change. They offer a reassuring example, she says.
It became apparent that the great fear of many of the indigenous inhabitants that they would now themselves become an insignificant minority was unfounded. It was a mistake to believe there would be a new majority that would take their place.
It’s OK because you’ll just be one minority among others, she declares, not ruled over by a new dominant race. Of course, this ignores the fact that brown people have shown that, to a large extent, they are able to put aside their differences and unite against Whitey.
The new population majority consists of many immigrant groups who differ enormously from one another ethnically, culturally, religious, economically and by education. They often have disputes among themselves as well as other groups, just like the indigenous people. In this way new political alliances form beyond people with and without an immigrant background. A second certainty is unfamiliar but confirmed: it is no longer the indigenous majority who are solely responsible for economic and social progress, but society as a whole. So many things will be different and many things better too. "
original newspaper article in german:http://archive.is/ruzdm