Friday, January 9, 2015

This is what diversity looks like


History is pretty clear: in multicultural, multiethnic, and multi religious societies either one will become dominant and the others assimilated into it, or that society will break apart along the same lines. It's not a coincidence that the State grows larger and more powerful the more diverse the population becomes. For that reason, the governing elite of Europe are only going to double down on the failed ideologies of multiculturalism and diversity. People who still publicly advocate those manifestly irrational and inhuman policies are either trying desperately to hold on to political power or consumed with hatred for Christendom, the West, and the men who built them.

Islam is incompatible with Christianity and Western civilization. Liberals should be aware that Islam is incompatible with the secular progressive values they hold, but they either don't know or don't care. The best option at this point is to embrace separationism:
I subscribe to the now tiny but, I believe, some-day-to-be prevalent Separationist School of Western-Islamic Relations. We separationists affirm the following: 
  • Islam is a mortal threat to our civilization.
  • But we cannot destroy Islam.
  • Nor can we democratize Islam.
  • Nor can we assimilate Islam. 
  • Therefore the only way to make ourselves safe from Islam is to separate ourselves from Islam.
Nine years ago Steve Sailer sounded a similar theme when he said just disconnect baby:
Perhaps the most quoted social philosopher of our time famously asked:
"Can we all get along?"
Well, when it comes to Muslims and Westerners, the answer is:
No, we can`t. 
So, deal with it. When we get in each other`s faces, we get on each other`s nerves. It`s time to get out of each other`s faces.
Westerners and Muslims don`t agree on the basics of social order and don`t want to live under the same rules. That shouldn`t be a problem because that`s what separate countries are for. We should stop occupying their countries and stop letting them move to ours.
To paraphrase E.M. Forster:
"Only disconnect."
The manosphere uses the Matrix as a metaphor for describing contemporary life. Those who have taken the blue pill are jacked into a fantasy world and fed a constant stream of lies. Some are so addicted to the Matrix that they will fight to preserve those lies. They'll viciously attack those who dissent from the blue pill worldview (read, 21st century liberalism.) Those who take the red pill are guaranteed nothing but the truth. The truth may make them happy or drive them to despair. The more he disengages from the Matrix, the more the nascent red piller sees that the manosphere isn't telling him anything new, but only reminding him of what used to be considered common sense or wisdom.

Ethnically, linguistically, and religiously homogenous nation-states exist for a reason. I think their existence is mostly a good thing. Western nations have their way of doing things and Muslim nations have their way of doing things. That's what separate countries are for. Bringing them together will only result in more bloodshed.

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