Monday, February 01, 2016

The perfumed garbage of political correctness and the return to real human nature

Today begins the first election primary in Iowa. The Big Media makes it seem like all of America is swimming in the perfumed garbage of political correctness, or cultural Marxism, but the people find political correctness a real pain in the neck. The populism of the people, seen in the rise of Trump and Sanders, is a sign of political health. But when will politics directly relate to real human nature?

In every human culture ever studied, human nature included, among other things, kin-selection preferences, traditional marriage, incest taboos, hierarchy, division of labor, gender differentiation, localism, ethnocentrism, even xenophobia, with group-selection as the primary unit of selection. If a culture proposes to not include these things the culture does not last long, and cultures always eventually return to these things. This still defines real human nature, nothing has changed. Our nation at this time continues to be separated into enclaves of distinct ethnic groups, in spite of years of political machinations to change this most natural states of things.

These natural values are for the most part missing in, communism, socialism, progressivism, neoconservatism, and post-modernism. Even egalitarianism, individualism, and laissez-faire, as preached by libertarians, are secondary in real traditional conservatism. But the great American constitutional principle of the separation of powers and limited government does line up well with real human nature, and if allowed to do so naturally leads to ethnopluralism. But no politician now is is even thinking about ethnopluralism, that is, regions and states set aside for distinct ethnic cultures, and legally protected by the separation of powers, and by federalism.

If we cannot develop natural ethnopluralism we will tear ourselves apart in ethnic competitions, which are now increasing because we have no real immigration policy, due to political correctness. If we can bring American corporations and the America military home again, and if we can then develop ethnopluralism---legally---then we will not fall apart like the Roman Empire. Future politics will be as simple or difficult as that. But the populism we see rising this election time in the United States---and across the world---is a good beginning.

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