Monday, May 01, 2017
Where are the dystopian novelists to satirize the present blocking of kin-centered, ethnocentric, and group-selecting human nature?
The state coercion written about by the dystopian and Utopian novelists is now seen in the policing of political correctness, which is the new more devious Western version of Marxism, called cultural Marxism. The attack has been not so much an attack on the leftist "human spirit and freedom" suggested by the dystopian novelists, but has been an attack on real human nature, which is essentially 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.
The ironic fact is, overwhelming coercion is not really necessary, and all powerful states are not required when human nature is allowed to be what it actually is. When human nature is not blocked human history shows us that empires fall and decentralize and become thousands of ethnostates, because that is the most natural configuration in harmony with real human nature and with ongoing evolution.
As to the "higher self" it seeks Godhood by way of biological evolution, and the "lower self" forms into an ethnopluralism of ethnostates which create the diversity and variety necessary for real human evolution to take place.
Where are the dystopian novelists to bitterly satirize the present blocking of kin-centered, ethnocentric, and group-selecting human nature? They seem to be eaten up like everyone else by the new coercion of political correctness.