Monday, July 15, 2019

The identity crisis is over and it's politically incorrect

When America accepted multiculturalism related to ignorant and malevolent immigration policies it set up an identity crisis in America, which was also seen across the Western world, especially since the Immigration and Nationality Act of 1965 which abolished the National Origins Formula, and removed discrimination against non-Northwestern European ethnic groups.

Then began the identity movements, the “me” movements of the hedonistc 1960's, the women's movement, etc. and finally the ethnic identity movement of today which, although politically incorrect, has finally solved the identity crisis in the West brought on by the ignorant and malevolent immigration policies of multiculturalism.

In spite of the big media and the schools being strongly against it, somehow the ethnic identity movement arrived at the social behavior that harmonizes with real human nature, which both tradition (more or less) and the Neo-Darwinist science of sociobiology define as being 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 selection.

And wouldn't you know it, the ethnic identity movement, which solved the identity crisis, is considered politically incorrect by both liberals and conservatives. Belief in the universalism of equality before God on the right and belief in the universalism of equality before man on the left seems to be the sticking point against the ethnic identity movement, encouraged by those with decidedly unequal wills to power in the Big Media and the schools.

The ethnic identity movement does not affirm the racial supremacism of the old racial nationalism but affirms an ethnopluralism of ethnostates, which is the realistic way of thinking about universalism or equality. For example, an ethnopluralism of ethnostates or regions could be established legally in the United States with our constitutional separation of powers and states, and protected by federalism.

In any case the identity crisis is over, and it's politically incorrect.

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