posted on Jan, 12 2012 @ 11:32 PM
[Before commenting on the title, please actually read the thread]
"Racism" is a word kicked around a lot, that has expanded to mean just about anything that supports the preservation of a cultural identity at the
exclusion of homogenizing it with another, some cultures more susceptible to branding than others. And everything demonized as "racist" has become
synonymous with extreme evil, nazis, KKK, etc, which are totally inaccurate associations for the vast part. But at its very essence; at its very core,
what most of Western society has now deemed "racist", is really just an extended instinct of self-preservation. Does not the self-preservation
instinct extend beyond the proper functioning of ones own physical body into more abstract things like culture and society, making it only natural for
a people to want to maintain their unique cultural identity as an extension of themselves?
We associate our own personal individualities with more than just the clothing we wear and the car we drive. Enmeshed in our individualities is the
culture that we were brought up in, the culture that we currently live in, and the culture of our ancestors that proceeded us. Our beings extend
beyond our mortal shell; they are linked inextricably with the abstracts of society and culture both past, present and future, their traditions, and
To deny the instinct of self-preservation is glorified nowadays, and if a person dares have pride in their unique culture and resists modern societies
demand to conform their thoughts to the programmed social norm, they risk becoming a sort of outcast pariah; at least if they dared to openly tout an
anti-homogenization viewpoint for any reason whatsoever.
It seems that it is wrong now to wish for that piece of yourself; that piece that extends beyond your body; that piece of you that is intertwined with
the history and traditions of your ancestors, to live on. You are a "racist" in the West if you wish to see your children carry on in the same
cultural vein that you are a part of, and God forbid you desire them to look like you too. Then youre not just a racist, but a
"Racism" colloquially is the now demonized self-preservation instinct that every single animal on the planet has. Humanity has formed extensions of
itself and the expression of these extensions is what we call culture; thus the desire to preserve these unique cultures by their adherents is
Every unique race, culture, and every peoples histories is worthy of preservation. One of the few things I do enjoy about humanity, is its diversity
and uniqueness among its different peoples. Every culture is a facet of humanity expressing itself, and any facet destroyed is both a tragedy and an
irrecoverable loss that weakens humanity collectively.
The instinct to continue the culture in which you are part of is NOT synonymous with hate, is NOT mutually inclusive with lusting for the genocide of
other cultures, and is NOT a wicked, vile thing that must be bred and brainwashed out of humanity as TPTB are, IMO, actively attempting, especially
through the education system with younger people (see California for prime examples in principle). By creating a cultureless people with no history
and no identity (or only an identity defined solely by TPTB), humanity is easily divided and broken in spirit. Peoples derive great power from their
cultures; a cultureless people are easily fractured and conquered. Culture invisibly binds a people together, and allows them to be part of something
greater than themselves; individuals, yet still part of the whole. Both culture and individual are contained within each other.
The instinct to self-preserve oneself through not only body, but the culture in which they are, and are a part of, is not evil ("racist"), it is
natural, and in fact gives humanity some of its greatest strength when solidity is needed.
Humanity does not have to homogenize to unite, either. A set of core principles can easily transcend and bind differing cultures while in no
way destroying them. The Constitution in theory does this. So does the Bill of Rights. Both are transcultural, and I would even say protect cultures
by giving individuals Freedom of Expression to maintain those cultures without being hassled, as long as they are not hassling others.
"Racism" is not the problem. Its now become a cliched catchphrase weapon; simply a tool used to destroy individuals/cultures in the West and
disintegrate the solidity those cultures provide by convincing individuals one by one to abandon those cultures. Humanities problems are nihilistic
psychopaths who have coagulated at the top of our societal power structures like a poisonous goo, oozing their toxicity downwards, diffusing it into
the masses via media, education, etc. Humanities cultures must unite under a common banner of personal AND cultural individualism, and banish the
spell cast upon it in recent decades that having pride in a cultural identity is an outdated evil and that we all must make it our goal to homogenize
into a gigantic, amorphous tan blob of conformity with the only shade of a culture being one of mindless consumerism and the oppression of
In closing, wishing to preserve your own unique culture is 100% natural. I am NOT saying that it is wrong to mix cultures if it is agreed upon
by the two people, cultures, nations, whatever, and is a mutually acceptable bond. What I am saying is wrong, is we being told its not OK to
desire our individual cultural identities to persist into the future. What I am saying is wrong, is the active agenda to push for general
homogenization among the Western cultures, and the demonization of naturally resisting. What I am saying is wrong, is to call someone a
"racist" for wanting to preserve humanities diversity and protect the wonderful heritages of our peoples ancestors and not being satisfied
relegating those heritages into the history books.
All races, cultures, colors, and creeds are precious. Wishing their annihilation through homogenization is akin to the insanity of wanting all the
great paintings and works of art throughout the ages to be dissolved into a pot, obliterating their unique beauty forever.
True racism (notice no quotes) is advocating the demise of all cultural identities but one, no matter whether it be advocated actively through
genocide and physical conquest, or passively through homogenization and mental conquest, both are two sides of the same diabolical coin.
Live and let live. Give others the freedom to live as you would want to have yourself, and embrace liberty for all. Celebrate and love your heritage,
white, black, yellow, or red, Christian or Pagan, Viking or Egyptian or Scot or Moor or Jew, and dont let anyone ever tell you you are "racist" for