Sunday, November 22, 2015
Ethnopluralism and the limits of altruism
The assault against the West, internally by the controlled media, modern liberalism and neoconservatism, and externally by economic globalism and large numbers of migrants, leaves us with the choice, as Chilton Williamson pointed out, of not accepting huge numbers of migrants and virtually destroying them, or accepting them and destroying us.
This great dilemma brings forward all kinds of disagreeable political reactions and possibilities, from the revolt of the citizens leading to non-democratic action, to the real death of the West due to a suicidal misreading of the limits of altruism.
I think the best solution to future political catastrophes calls for ethnopluralism not nationalism, federalism not fascism, but with an economic nationalism that certainly protects the independence of the regions and states, which would be largely ethnostates. This could be conservatively adapted to the U. S. Constitution with its separation of powers and states.
Perhaps most importantly, unlike other political systems, ethnopluralism adheres to real human nature, which remains strongly kin-centered, ethnocentric, even xenophobic, among other traditional things, with group-selection as the primary unit of selection, and it discourages all forms of marauding imperialism.
We can never accept the death of the West.