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Society Is Homogeneous

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A society, by definition, is homogeneous. A homogeneous society is good.

I’m sure you know that diversity isn’t our strength. Orwell wrote about that kind of lie in Nineteen Eighty-Four.

War is peace.
Freedom is slavery.
Ignorance is strength.

Orwell could have as easily written, “Diversity is strength.” It’s the same kind of lie that Big Brother told. Big Brother wanted Oceanians to submit to the lie. The Enemy today wants you to submit to the lie that “Diversity is our strength.”

Society is the opposite of diversity. Society is homogeneous. Society is:

a. an enduring and cooperating social group whose members have developed organized patterns of relationships through interaction with one another

b. a community, nation, or broad grouping of people having common traditions, institutions, and collective activities and interests”

When you live among people who share your values and mores, life is easier; the paths to success are defined and shared. If you know that people expect you to wear a tie to an interview, then you wear a tie. If you don’t wear a tie, then you know that you didn’t do your best. Shared values empower people.

If you live in the South, you should know that shaking hands and hugging is normal Southern behavior. Maybe you don’t like shaking hands and hugging, but you better expect it and be prepared. God bless the South.

Society is shared expectations of how we behave around each other. It’s a shared morality that influences how we make decisions and treat people.

Members of a society don’t have to spend as much time wondering what they should do in a given situation or how people will react to this or that. We grow up learning the social mores. Life is more predictable and less stressful. That’s why it’s good.

Good government works better in a society. American government is a representative democracy from top to bottom. People elect city councils, and county commissioners, and state and federal legislators.

Once elected, those legislators represent the people and make decisions. If they pass a law we don’t like, too bad. That law is the law. Our only recourse is to elect different people who repeal the law. That’s how American and most Western governments work.

Representative government works pretty well when governing societies. If I elect Bob to serve on the town council, and Bob and I grew up in the same county and we’re both Christians, and we both believe that good fences make good neighbors and so on, then most likely Bob will make decisions for the town that I agree with. Even if I don’t agree, I’m still more likely to tolerate Bob’s decision. Maybe Bob knows something I don’t. Maybe he’s wiser than me. We agree on most things.

Representative government breaks down when society breaks down. American government has already broken down, twice. The first breakdown sparked the American Revolution; the second led to the War of Northern Aggression.

Americans of those times held fundamentally different values. They no longer had common interests or institutions. They wanted different futures. Revolutionary Americans wanted a government that actually represented their interests. They had built their own councils and courts and economies. They had no use for a faraway king. In 1865, Southerners and Northerners decided they wanted different futures, too. Northerners wanted to keep the South under their economic thumb, and the South didn’t much care for that plan. In both cases, one side won and the other lost. Diversity was forced into homogeneity.

The United States of America was an attempt at creating a cultural homogeneity through ideas. The goal was for different people to move to America and assimilate into American culture, to accept American ideals. That attempt already failed once, and it’s failing again.

Today, the commie, leftist Democrats want to abolish borders, private property, and parental rights. They want to allow abortion on demand, riots, and theft. They want to take your money, keep some of it, and give the rest away. They want to erase American history. They want Whites to give their homes to Blacks. They want trannies to teach our children about gay sex. They want chaos.

Commie Democrats are not my people. They are not part of my society. I want nothing to do with them.

We must acknowledge reality and fight for our societies. It’s okay to be homogeneous.

American son of the Appalachian mountains. Happily married father of several and devoted man of God. Hold fast.

2 Comments

  1. I believe this country was founded on personal choice. Our freedom to choose our health care
    provider, and our associations in people, just to mention two. Not allowing choice prevents people from participating by buying into these decisions. Being forced to purchase a certain
    vehicle is not a choice. Americans do not like being told what to do, and that is why we are
    goverend by our consent. Politicians forget this very important fact, and I believe that is one reason we are not faithfully represented in government. Elected positions were never considered
    to be careers, we need to change this. Also the senior executive services have corrupted our
    representative government, and this needs to be overhauled. People are waking up to our true
    constitutional blessings and we do not like what has been going on.

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