Kos just posted a diary noting Census Bureau data that more white people died last year in the U.S. than were born.
(fictional) U.S. Senator Jay Billington Bulworth nailed it 15 years ago (sorry about the lousy video quality):
Bulworth: "We just gotta eliminate 'em."On a similar note, there was a sci-fi book by Piers Anthony a couple of decades back called Race Against Time that took on a similar tact, though it was done in a somewhat ham-handed (and rather offensive, depending on your POV) way:
Interviewer: "Who? Rich people?"
Bulworth: "White people. Black people too. Brown people, yellow people...get rid of 'em all! All we need is a voluntary, free-spirited, open-ended program of procreative racial deconstruction.
(pause)...everyone just gotta keep fuckin' everybody 'til we're all the same color."
It starts out with a white teenage boy living in what appears to be a straight-out-of-Leave-it-to-Beaver small town in mid-50's America, but who discovers (spoiler!) that the whole town and his entire life are effectively a zoo exhibit (think The Truman Show set in Pleasantville).
He discovers that he's actually living several centuries in the future, when practically the entire human race has interbred to become a sort of mish-mash of every ethnicity; he and a handful of others are the only "pure-bred" members of various races (there's a handful of "pure caucasians", a handful of "pure blacks" and so on). The powers that be are trying to keep a pure strain of each ethnicity to preserve the heritage and culture, by essentially forcing each member to breed with their own race (sort of like the Chinese Pandas).
I didn't say it was a good novel; Anthony is about as subtle as a bag of rocks and has been known to be sadly misogynistic in many of his novels, but I couldn't help but think of this book (which I haven't read in easly 25 years) when I read Kos' diary.