Friday, December 02, 2016
Who benefits from a borderless world?
To willingly commit national suicide in the vain attempt to show tolerance for everything is a form of insanity.
The willingness to commit national suicide became more earnest in 1964 when immigration policy in America was purposely designed to change the racial and cultural makeup of America. This has now led to the projection that by at least 2040 Euro-Americans will be a minority in their own country.
How many people who agree with our last Secretary of State John Kerry that we must prepare ourselves for a borderless world know who alone benefits from such a world? I have no empirical evidence on this but I would think most people, including the intellectuals who promote it, do not see it as a scam by a small group of global big business people, as well as those who gain power from closely monitoring the public, which seems to become necessary when open borders are crossed, legally and illegally, by millions of people who don't wish us well and do not assimilate into traditional America.
Even our modern philosophers agree with the abstract insanity that all values and all people are relative and equal and therefore the only thing to do is to be tolerant of everything from the most unrealistic to the most perverse things.
The only "tolerance" that makes any sense to me is tolerance of an ethnopluralism of ethnostates, relating to real human nature, which remains genetically and culturally ethnocentric. But this does not appeal to those with power now who benefit from open borders and a relativity of all values and all people.
The scams of these people have to be stopped if we are to survive. President elect Donald Trump gave some hope in this, which I hope does not fade away.