Thursday, June 09, 2016
Would it not be courageous if Trump declared as he goes down that he was only affirming real human nature?
In Europe it is a crime to declare the inherent ethnocentrism of human nature, and agitators in the U.S. have been fervently working to make it a crime in America. What makes this absurdly ironic is that racism or group-selection preferences are lurking behind those who agitate to make it a crime, while also representing the vagaries of natural selection.
The term racism has of course been universally degraded by the defining it as the belief that some races are superior to others, rather than its true definition as the preference for group-selection or ethnocentrism deeply inherent in human nature to help us survive, since we could not, and still cannot, survive alone as individuals. The virtually underground sciences of sociobiology, genetics, and psychometrics have found this to be completely true.
As we now watch Donald Trump being destroyed by the Big Media for making racist statements---as Pat Buchanan, a better man, was once destroyed---would it not be courageous if Trump declared as he goes down that he was only affirming real human nature when he implied that racial preferences are inherent in real human nature? He probably doesn't believe this himself, alas.
Trump's doom has been hastened by the virtually unknown fatal connection between religious conservatives and modern liberalism (cultural Marxism) in their universalist condemnation of inherent group-selection or ethnocentrism as evil.