Thursday, October 13, 2016
It's more the murder of the West than the suicide
The murderers were---and continue to be---the small elite who brainwashed the modern liberals and many conservatives into the political correctness of what William Lind called cultural Marxism.
The murderers include the Frankfurt School and the postmodern philosophers, that is, people like Wilhelm Reich, Ernst Bloch, Herbert Marcuse, and postmodernists like Foucault, Laclau, and Badiou who strongly influenced the academic world, which then brainwashed the larger college and university "educated." The Big Media did the rest of the brainwashing.
The murdering ideas included the rejection of real human nature, which led to the rejection of traditional morality, and rejection of conservative social philosophy.
Real human nature includes being 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.
Now the the greatest influence dealers in Washington, who take advantage of the weakened and brainwashed West, are the Wall Street lobby, the fossil fuel lobby, and the Israeli and Saudi lobbyists, who often pay off and threaten corrupt government officials and representatives to get them to take actions that are completely against the interests of our nation and the West.
All this has to be curbed if we are to save ourselves. If it is impossible to un-brainwash the West then we will have to wait for future generations to return to the reality of human nature.
Real human nature instinctively and logically leads to the social and political philosophy of ethnopluralism. That is, an ethnopluralism of ethnostates protected by some kind of federalism. This is what will lead the West back to health, and this also applies to the rest of the world, since human nature is universal.
I believe an ethnopluralism of states and regions can be established legally in the United States due to our constitutional separation of powers and states. It may require a few constitutional amendments to legally give more power to the states.
This doesn't have to be done with radical revolution. As Russell Kirk said, "Men cannot improve a society by setting it to fire: they must seek out its old virtues and bring them back into the light."