Sunday, September 25, 2016

Can we bring back civilization?


Culture is first written in the genes and then reinforced by cultural rewards and sanctions. In real human nature individualism takes second place to group-selection. Group-selection is, and was, the original creator of morals and values long before traditional religions came along.

But virtually nothing of that morality remains in the modern liberal cultural Marxism which now rules. What we have now is individualistic license, not freedom. There is no social stigma other than the social stigmas against any kind of traditional morality. And so we continue to decay.

Many many generations created Western civilization yet civilization has been largely destroyed in a few generations. That is a powerful negative movement. Can we bring back civilization?

In a word, yes. We can allow real human nature to regain social and cultural relevance, since modern liberalism rejects real human nature. People are not as stupid as the Big Media think they are, which is part of the inherent arrogance of the controllers of the Big Media.

Human history shows a continual return to real human nature as the various forms of imperialism always break back down into smaller ethnostates, reflecting real human nature. And human nature remains as it has always been: kin-centered, gender defined, age-graded, heterosexual marriage-making, hierarchical, ethnocentric, even xenophobic, and religious-making, among other things, with group-selection as the primary unit of successful selection, followed by individual selection.

The return to civilization could happened legally and conservatively, or through radical revolution. The radical way could resemble the old long-running series “The Sons Of Anarchy,” where the violent motorcycle gangs resemble old pagan society in many ways. Or the return to civilization could happen the right way, through the legal constitutional separation of powers and states within federalism, which could accommodate an ethnopluralism of states, with perhaps a few amendments.

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