Friday, October 21, 2016
The conservative change-process of utilizing democracy to attain an ethnopluralism of ethnostates
The process of utilizing democracy to attain an ethnopluralism of ethnostates is in line with real human nature---which remains ethnocentric---and is far better than radical revolution or civil war. This is not "using" democracy, it is conforming to the natural elements of human nature and change.
Modern liberal versions of equality, universalism, and multiculturalism came about through "using" democracy in a way that went directly against real human nature.
This does not call for a totalitarian democracy, this means bringing natural social structures back in line with the natural ethnocentric structure of human nature.
Real conservatism allows changes as the way to conserve the things that are changeless, such as the evolution of life in the material world toward Godhood.
Democratic republics can formally contain an ethnopluralism of ethnostates rather than the informal ethnic regions we have today. And the constitutional separation of powers and states, at least within America, can accommodate these changes, perhaps with only a few amendments.
Establishing or reestablishing a natural ethnopluralism of ethnostates can halt the steady degeneration of human life now taking place. This can also stop or control the war between ethnic groups, as well as stop or control the war between religion, science and political philosophy. And this can be done conservatively within democratic republics, without radical revolution, which do far more harm than good.