Another gem from Victory Foyt, the author of Revealing Eden: Save the Pearls (a dystopian novel where white people are oppressed by non-whites)
Whites will remain a majority for some time. However, the trend is clear, considering the aging white population, and the median age of Latinos in their peak fertility years.
There’s no doubt about it, my progeny, if they are white, will be in the minority. A lot has been said about what this change will mean to the economy. In fact, if we depended on white births alone, the country would eventually be dead.
For now, I want to explore issues of identity. In my award-winning young adult dystopian novel, Revealing Eden (Save the Pearls Part One), I imagine a post-apocalyptic world in which whites are an oppressed minority called the Pearls. When the ozone layer is depleted, deadly solar radiation kills off most of the race because whites have low amounts of melanin in their skin to protect them from skin cancer. The remaining population is forced to live underground and Coals, or dark-skinned people, become the ruling class.
Our young heroine, Eden Newman, blond, blue-eyed, slender and 17, considers herself ugly, worthless, the dregs of society. Her dismal mate-rate of 15 percent, bottom of the barrel, confirms her lowly status. In fact, if she doesn’t find a mate before she turns 18, she’ll be left outside to die—her own romantic apocalypse.
Is this a likely future scenario? I wonder.
Also white people may one day be a minority population but they won’t be minorities in the sense that anyone with a brain uses the term, to refer to those who are “disproportionately poor, are less educated, earn lower incomes, and relatively excluded from the better-paying jobs not because they are also disproportionately working class (where they occupy the lower strata), unemployed, or underemployed, but because of their culture and nonmarket processes such as, for example, racial discrimination and segregation.” - Martha Gimenez
Also deadly solar radiation would kill all of us because it’s deadly, funny how that works.