Sunday, October 02, 2016

Why radical revolution is not necessary


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. This is the best way to deal with real human nature, which remains as it has always been, kin-centered and primarily group-selecting.

It may require a few constitutional amendments to legally give more power to the states to move toward an ethnopluralism of ethnostates. This will not be easy, but it is far preferable to radically destructive civil disruptions, or even civil war, which naturally are now increasing due to competition between ethnic groups within multi-ethnic societies.

Everyone thinks they know what is best, few people think of themselves and their ideas a evil. The perennial problem has been whether to establish ideas of good through leadership force or through the democratic will of the people.

Changing society the legal way---which in this case means unblocking real human nature---means we need to begin to change the will of the people toward securing ethnostates, even though virtually all media power is now in the hands of people who are strongly against even admitting ethnic differences, and who want to make it illegal to even mention the advantages of ethnopluralism. At least real human nature is on our side... I see no better way to proceed.

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