It is safe to say that almost all politicians in the Western world agree that we should have non-Western immigration and that the only thing they discuss is the level of immigration, i.e. how many migrants should be accepted into Western countries before integration becomes unmaintainable.
The fact that we need Third World immigration in the first place has long been the consensus in the West, to a point where it is being taken for granted by the political establishment, both of the left and right spectrum. Neither side regard it as a problem that we are becoming a minority in our own countries.
Anyone can be anti-white
As previously explained, it does not matter if you observe the left or the right as all kinds of people can be anti-white as it is a state of mind. If we talk to people with an anti-white mindset, we can see the way they adjust their arguments depending on the context. They might disagree on some fundamental issues, not least regarding finances and wealth distribution, although they do share a similar way of thinking in terms of immigration, racism and the guilt and/or obligation of white people.
For example, whether one is conservative, liberal, socialist, Christian, capitalist or communist they have the same fundamental view, that we need more non-white immigration, that white people have racist tendencies and that working for a future in favor of whites, even in white/Western countries, is racist.
This standpoint seems rather contradictory since these people are usually the ones advocating the importance of global diversity. The combination of having an open border policy along with a heavy integration policy would lead to less diversity as whites, or peoples and cultures in general, would in time become more blended and eventually be mixed out of existence.
It leaves one to question why it is that so much pressure is put upon Western countries to accept immigration while other non-Western countries such as Japan are not. A simplified answer to that question could be that the proclaimers of multiculturalism are not anti-asian, or even pro-diversity, they are anti-white.
The (in)consistency of the anti-white mindset – when it is ok to generalize
We often hear that it is wrong to associate a group of people to something negative, or to hold a group of people responsibly for the deeds of someone else just because they might belong to the same ethnic or religious group, i.e. stereotyping. A typical example of this can be the association between Muslims and terrorism. Most people would agree that it is wrong to generalize and have such stereotypes about Muslims because most Muslims are obviously not terrorists, or even support such deeds, however no one seems to have any problem associating white people with something negative like racism.
Europeans are often generalized as a collective group of people and blamed for bad historical deeds of the past as a way to justify current immigration policies, but if they were truly objectively anti-racist they would not be stereotyping whites in this manner, as that itself would be considered racist had it been applied to any other non-white ethnic group.
Again, if we view them from an anti-white perspective it starts to make sense why such a contradiction even takes place.
While talking about preserving and protecting non-white groups and nations is fine and welcomed, any talk about doing the same for white people is automatically deemed racist. One of the arguments often put forward is that minorities need special interest groups and also different forms of protection while whites, i.e. the majority population, do not need any special interest groups because of the majority status. This is seemingly the reason why it is acceptable and even encouraged to support non-white minorities but not accepted to support whites.
However, if this was the case, one would expect to observe some politically correct people supporting whites in Africa since they are a small minority there. We think that the reason we do not see anyone support whites in Africa even though they are a small minority is because politically correct people are anti-white.
In summary, what we see is that anti-whites always argue for something that leads towards a future world without white people and always argue against anything that would help securing a future for whites.
Any arguments in favour of an ethnic and cultural continuation for Western nations is deemed racist. It is examples like these that makes us realize that they are anti-white rather than what they themselves claim to be.