So I logged into facebook the other day, and I saw this in my feed:
At first I thought someone was trolling me, but then I realized that this was a mass message from the facebook corporation, and that it probably went to everyone. It could be that they are trying to blanket troll people, but as most people have been conditioned to think that allowing everyone vote is a moral imperative, I came to the conclusion that this is probably a plug for multiculturalism, and beyond that just general leftist preaching/propaganda.
Don’t thank me, I’m not striving for equality.
So first of all, I’m not committed to equality or any other false utopian visions. There is no equality. People are inherently unequal. If not then everyone would be the same height, same age, look the same, and have the same IQ. Inequality is a natural outgrowth of differences between people, and all the left wing attempts to create equality usually resort in wanton abuse, keeping one person down for the benefit of another, and sometimes it results in mass murder.
Also, I couldn’t care less about people being able to vote. Letting everyone vote is not a moral imperative. Not all opinions and ideas are equally valid. Only intelligent people should be allowed to make decisions that affect entire countries, and most people lack the basic intelligence. Letting women vote has been a huge disaster, as the bulk of them tend to vote for left wing candidates and policies. Women are different from men. In general, women tend to be more emotional and nurturing. This is good when it comes to raising children, but bad when it comes to making policies, as national policies cannot be based upon mercy and sympathy toward those who are threats, enemies, or just straight up drains on the economy. It’s not the job of government to nurture, it’s the job of government to mediate disputes, provide order, and keep out invaders. It costs money when government nurtures.
Women will see beggars lining up at the border, or citizens who don’t want to work, and say, “Oh those poor people, we should help them!” Whereas men will think about the issue more in terms of costs and benefits. Of course that is just a generalization. There are women who know the score and can think about things rationally, and there are men who are badly cucked and/or are traitors.
Now I want to talk about the picture itself. Even though it’s a cartoon, without having read the captions I would have no idea what they are trying to portray. They are showing a crowd where the only shared characteristic is that everyone is female. That is a group of people, but not a people group. This is what the left wants, to have every country (or at least every 1st world country) filled with every kind of person that exists in equal numbers so that no particular people group is in charge (except for maybe banking elites).
If you want to have different cultures living together they need to be similar enough to where they have shared values and priorities. If you want to have different races living together you need to have some other form of shared identity, like common principles and language. The kind of hodgepodge the left wants to create has none of those things. I can tell they aren’t interested in common values from the fact that they included a durka woman with a hijab in this picture. Why not include a woman with a Nazi armband? The Nazis were never as totalitarian as Islam.
They don’t want a shared language, values, or religion. They want to have every single people group and religion sharing space, regardless of compatibility, and draconian laws in place to protect favored groups from hurt feelings. It’s absurd.
They are making remarkable progress in turning the US into a region rather than a country. What is an American these days? Is it a particular ethnic group? No. Is it a religious group? No. Is it a particular culture? No. Is it a shared set of values and economic principles? No. It’s just a matter of being born in a particular territory, and no longer has any meaning when describing people, as it’s not affiliated with a particular group, culture, or set of values. A category which lacks parameters describes nothing, and has no meaning.
I could say that liberals aren’t Americans, because they espouse an ideology which is antithetical to what the founders intended, but will other people accept that? Some will, but most won’t. I could say that the anchor babies born to illegals are not Americans, as they lack common origins with me in addition to shared values, and their presence in this country is was due to illegal entry/invasion, but both the government and public discourse will disagree with me. So in the end, we have to qualify our group identity with things like “traditional American” (shared ideological and cultural identity), “European American” (common genetic inheritance), “conservative” (shared values and economic principles), “African American,” etc., but “American” by itself has come to mean nothing beyond citizenship. “American” is no longer tied to any group identity, which is why we have to add qualifiers to it.