Tuesday, May 09, 2017

When we can't count on politicians what can we count on?


Where can we start and stand? Healthy nations bond from within, citizens bond within states, localities bond within large cities. But the reality now is that much of the time we can count only on ourselves and our localities. Why is that?

The flat reality is that nations, states, cities, and localities bond together and harmonize best when they contain the same or related ethnic groups, who bond and harmonize together far better than territories with diverse ethnic groups who naturally compete.

People create cultures, cultures don't create people, and human nature remains as it has always been, kin-centered, ethnocentric, and group-selecting, and the cultures we create reflect this. This reality is considered dangerously politically incorrect by the elites who now rule us, and who advance themselves and their own groups by promoting diversity. Bonding and harmony between American citizens now looks almost hopeless because we are so diverse, and every day becoming more diverse.

But where real bonding and harmony is most hopeful is in localities where ethnic groups are related. An ethnopluralism of ethnostates can develop from there, from localism, connected to our orignal democratic republic of federalism and subsidiarity. The constitutional separation of powers and states can be increased with amendments directed toward ethnic regions and states. We can even have regions that want to keep ethnic diversity within the same living space---ignorant of human nature as that is.

Looking realty in the face that is where we can start and stand. Radical revolution is not necessary. 

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