Chicanos are the fastest growing population segment in our society when observing birth rates. They were 6. 4 percent of the population in the 1980's, 9 percent by 1990, and in 2000 the population has reached 12 percent. The Hispanic population has exploded by almost 10 percent from 2000 to 2002 and has now become a larger population group than black Americans. Some estimates have indicated that Hispanics may constitute up to 25 percent of the total U. S. population by mid 21st Century. These alarming changes are driven not just by immigration but also by fertility.
Should we be surprised when there is a stretch of territory bordering Mexico comprising several states with over 2000 miles of territory that is undermanned with border security? What is even more alarming is that other groups of immigrants are doing the same by not assimilating into the American culture, and the people groups range from Africa and Asia. In the past immigrants either from old Europe or New Europe eventually assimilated into the culture of the Melting Pot, but the same could not be said of the mass wave of people today as they refuse to adopt English as their primary means of communication.
That said, Otto Von Bismarck of Germany sought a united Germany. He felt it was better than a group of small German nation states. He brought the individual nation states together in the 19th Century and made Germany one of the dominant forces in the world militarily and economically.  Today Germany's economy is one of the strongest in the world. As such, the Germans have many dialects in their language, which is brought together in one common dialect, which is Hock Deutsch (High German). In short, no nation in its history has gone through a rapid and radical transformation.
Mr. Clinton at a cheering crowed at Portland State College in 1998, stated: Today, largely because of immigration, there is no majority race in Hawaii or Houston or New York City. Within five years there will be no majority race in our largest state, California. In a little more than fifty years there will be no majority race in the United States. No other nation in history has gone through demographic change of this magnitude in so short a time.  Wrong: in fact no nation in history has ever gone through a cataclysmic change with demographic and not sustained a change.
Moreover, Bill Clinton has rest assured the audience that America would be better off when we are all minorities and realize true "diversity or better Multiculture". Perhaps someday during the golden years of those students will spend their lives living in a Third World America. Uncontrolled immigration threatens to deconstruct the Melting Pot which made this country the strongest nation the world has ever witnessed to a conglomerate America lack of history, heroes, language, culture, religion, and ancestors.
In short the conglomerate of peoples have nothing in common with each other this fractionalization may eventually lead to endless wars; similar to what has happened in the Balkans. Another aspect of weakening the Melting Pot concept is to allow other religions to have equal footing as that of Christianity. John Adams once wrote, "[If] we have no government armed with power capable of contending with human passions unbridled by morality and religion. . . . Our constitution was made only for a moral and religious people [of the Christian faith].
[For] it is wholly inadequate to the government of any other [religion]. " John Adams warned us if you have more than one dominant religion in a country then eventually that country will have conflict, for example: the never ending saga in Bosnia whereby the peoples of that society by virtue live within proximity of one another sharing basically the same customs from language to race (being Caucasian) with a few exceptions, but differ markedly with religion which led to ethnic cleansing during the 1990's, and tension exist to this very day.
Interestingly enough, Joseph Tito of Yugoslavia tried to pull together the peoples in the Balkans through the iron fist of communism (not controlled by the Soviets), but eventually failed after his death and with the collapse of the Soviet Empire.  Just as our first President George Washington warned if we did not share a common religion built on Judeo-Christianity we would suffer as a nation: For this you have every inducement of sympathy and interest. Citizens by birth or choice of a common country, that country has a right to concentrate your affections.
The name of American, which belongs to you in your national capacity, must always exalt the just pride of patriotism more than any appellation derived from local discriminations. With slight shades of difference, you have the same religion, manners, habits, and political principles. You have in a common cause fought and triumphed together. The independence and liberty you possess are the work of joint counsels, and joint efforts, of common dangers, sufferings, and successes. But these considerations, however powerfully they address themselves to your sensibility, are greatly outweighed by those which apply more immediately to your interest.
Here every portion of our country finds the most commanding motives for carefully guarding and preserving the union of the whole.  Washington sought the importance to have Unity of Government: A. Unity being a "main pillar" of "real independence": 1. for the support of "tranquility at home" 2. for "your peace abroad" 3. for "your safety" 4. for "your prosperity" 5. for "that very liberty which you so highly prize. " B. Common attributes of unity: 1. same religion 2. manners 3. habits 4. political principles The most commanding motive is to preserve the "union of the whole. " The North, South, East, and West all depend on each other.
Unity leads to greater strength, resources, and security. Unity will help "avoid the necessity of . . . overgrown military establishments" and will be the main "prop of your liberty. " George Washington questions the patriotism of anyone who tries to "weaken its bands. " Furthermore, at that time it was unity that brought two valuable treaties with Great Britain and the second with Spain. Washington understood this very well and he went further to say, for America not to be entangled in foreign affairs, for America will be bound by article VI from our constitution which then will supersede our laws.
 Culture is strongest for any society is when it is tied with religion, ideologies come and go, and their impact is marginal when compared to religion which has a much longer effect. Furthermore, ideology is something new when compared to religion impacting on societies. The founders understood this, and they knew that such things as the like manner, habits, and political principles could only be possible where there is unity of religion. One could conclude that wherever Protestant Christianity had its most influence on a society is where that society enjoys the most freedom and economic growth.
That is not to say that Catholic Christianity had the same influence. Sure Protestant Christianity had its share of faults with the genocide of the Native American Indians and the slavery of blacks. However, the abolition of slavery movement in America was kicked off in Protestant Christian churches. Great abolitionists like John Brown started the rebellion in 1859 against slavery.  America saw its faults and had a Civil War, which the blacks were free and later the civil rights marches in the 1960s and the 1970's were also had its start in a church. In fact Dr.
Martin Luther King started the whole civil rights movement in an Alabama church where he kicked it off with the famous "I have a dream speech". Dr. King quoted parts of the Declaration of Independence with, "[the] promise that all men, yes, black men as well as white men, would be guaranteed ('that all men are created equal and that they are endowed by their Creator with certain' ) to the inalienable rights of life liberty and the pursuit of happiness".  Keeping in mind that both the Declaration of Independence and Dr. King's speech meant men as a species and not as a gender.
The freedom of blacks Americans did not come easy, but they have achieved significant stride since the inception of this great nation. Songs such as "Amazing grace how sweet the sound that saved a wretch like me," personifies a repentant sinner from a former slave owner and trader ship captain John Newton in 1779. This example is something that is not found in other religion except Christianity. As such, some of our churches have gone as far as to appease a "multiculture" community by changing the beautiful words of John Newton's hymnal with this, "that saved and strengthened me," or "that saved and set me free. "  Why, one might ask?
It is to free oneself from the uncomfortable idea of knowing that he/she needs a savior in Jesus Christ, which is the center of Christianity. However, nothing of the same could be said of other religions and countries that are void of Protestant Christianity. "Whiter than snow, dear Lord, Wash me now… " from "Have Thine Own Way, Lord"  is now edited to something that has a lesser of a racial underpinnings, "Wash me just now, Lord, Wash me just now. " The indication of "Whiter than snow" was deemed to be racist.  "Father, Son, and Holy Ghost", has been changed "Creator, Redeemer, and Sustainer" to make the stanza more gender neutral.
Interestingly enough, was what Catholic evangelist Futlon J. Sheen predicted in the 1930's has come to full fruition. "What we are producing," claimed Sheen, is a one-world religion by amalgamating all religions into one, with a, Group of sophomoric, latitudinarians who think there is no difference between God as Cause and God as a "mental projection"; who equate Christ and Buddha, Saint Paul and John Deweyl and then enlarge their broad-mindedness into a sweeping synthesis that says not only that one Christian sect is just as good as another, but even that one world-religion is just as good as another.
"  Precisely this one world religion with a moral relativism is what Multiculturalism has to offer. If Multiculturalism has its way, Christianity as America knows it will be lost along with it is the uniqueness in distinction that separates it from all other religions in the world.