Monday, July 25, 2016
Why the far right, far left, and conservatives need to embrace ethnopluralism
Imperialism, totalitarianism, radical civil war, fascism, all are linked to the far right and far left because nothing short of force can make distinctively different racial groups live together peacefully, or accept one group lording it over all the others. It is not in basic human nature to do so. Stalin, Hitler, Mao were short lived. So the political schemes of the far right and far left don't work, at least not for long.
The moral high ground goes to ethnopluralism, that is, territories of ethnostates for different ethnic cultures, protected internally and externally by some sort of federalism. Ethnopluralism can even appeal to modern liberals once they move out from under the political correctness of “multiculturalism,” which moronically tries to jam distinctly different people together in one space and then is surprised when they don't all get along.
Then there can be the accommodation of traditionalists, conservatives, and patriots with the U.S. constitutional separation of powers and states, which could legally and even peacefully accommodate the slow move toward regional ethnostates.
Ethnopluralism could even prove Oswald Spengler wrong in his civilizations of seasons, because imperialism always breaks back down into ethnostates which are about as permanent and natural as any civilization can be if we can maintain them, because they relate so well to real human nature which remains kin-centered, ethnocentric, even xenophobic, with group-selection as the primary unit of selection.
So how long will it take for ethnopluralism to rise in popularity? To answer with an answer: how soon can the power of the Big Banks and the Big Media be weakened?