After extensive testing ‘in the field’, I offer this observation on the mantra -
I’ve found that it’s far more effective if you contrast the clamour for ‘integration’ and ‘diversity’ in white countries with the lack of them for countries where the immigrants actually come from, rather than Japan and Taiwan.
For example, here in England non-white immigrants tend to come from former colonies in Africa, the West Indies or the Indian subcontinent. So I say, “Nobody says that Pakistan or Nigeria should accept millions of white imigrants and assimilate them”.
I realise that this tends to make the point about population density redundant, but I’ve found that it ‘hits home’ more.