Great post, Porthos. As I detailed in my above post, perhaps this "shift" towards Eastern Europe you mentioned is already starting to happen in the youth teams, where non-whites pack teams like England and the Netherlands. In the Europe U19 (I know youth teams aren't the best indicators, as white players tend to take over as they get older and thin out some of the non-whites at least) 4 of the 8 teams are Eastern Euro teams. Bulgaria, Hungary, Serbia, and Ukraine (with a nearly all-white Austria squad to boot) all qualified over the diverse Western Euro teams such as the Netherlands, France, and England. To boot, the two Western Euro countries that managed to qualify, Germany and Portugal, "only" have 4 non-whites(I believe) on each of their rosters... a far cry from France's team, England's 7 blacks, or only 8 Swiss players on the teams' respective World Cup rosters. Also, for the U19 teams... England had 9 blacks out of 19 players, France 8 whites out of 23, and Switzerland had 5 clear non-whites out of 15. This massive immigration is without a doubt the biggest threat facing the precious few remaining white countries.