Tuesday, May 14, 2019
No one can agree on what universal rights are mainly because no one can agree on what human nature is
What we have today is cultural and economic imperialism based on the flawed definitions of human nature leading to flawed definitions of universal rights. Errors in political and cultural philosophy stem from this.
The heart of the ethnopluralism hypothesis is the rights of ethnostates and an ethnopluralism of ethnostates based on the sociobiological definition of human nature and universal rights. Human nature is now and has been for tens of thousands of years basically kin-centered, gender defined, age-graded, heterosexual, marriage-making, hierarchical, ethnocentric, even xenophobic, and religious-making, among other conservative things, with group-selection as the primary unit of successful selection, followed by individual selection.
What does this indicate regarding human nature and universal rights? It indicates that realism affirms ethnostates and an ethnopluralism of ethnostates. What we have now are various forms of cultural and economic imperialism and supremacy. Our age of nuclear weapons makes cultural and economic imperialism and supremacy unworkable and very dangerous. “International law” needs to affirm the rights of ethnostates and an ethnopluralism of ethnostates. The time of multicultural multi-ethnic states is over.
An ethnopluralism of ethnostates could be established legally in the United States with our constitutional separation of powers and states, protected by federalism. It will not be easy, it may require a few constitutional amendments to give more power to the states to move toward an ethnopluralism of ethnostates.
But an ethnopluralism of ethnostates is far preferable to the political dissimulations we have today based on flawed definitions of human nature and universal rights which have brought us radically destructive civil disruptions, or even civil war, now increasing across the world within unworkable multicultural multi-ethnic societies demanding that we “all get along” living in the same space.
At this time only the “Alt right” has shown the courage to affirm ethnostates, but they often turn their backs on conservatism and the valuable assets of tradition, and they too often attack their own country and affirm radicalism and revolution (some even choose Putin's Russia over the West), leading to more of the same marauding cultural and economic imperialism and supremacy, contrary to an ethnopluralism of ethnostates and conflicting with the sociobiological definition of human nature and universal rights.
The vital changes toward an ethnopluralism of ethnostates need to be done legally, constitutional, patriotically, and not by radical revolutionary means which almost never work and usually cause great biological and cultural convulsions in life.