Why Can’t We All Just Get Along?
by David Sims
IT’S TRUE many members of various races are good people in that they act civilly and do not purposely harm others. But just because that is true does not mean that different races will mix well when they are together in the same society.
For one thing, the races differ in many ways: in what they need for their best development, and in ability, i.e., in what they can contribute toward the common good. The form of government, the body of laws, that is best for one race might be less than optimal, and indeed less than good, for another race.
When you force differing races into one society, there is forever a danger of one race becoming a parasite on another because of those differences. Parasitism leads to resentment, and resentment leads to crime, and eventually to civil war.
There are no songs that people can sing, and no slogans they can chant, and no flags they can wave, that will alter the immiscibility of different races. Every multiracial society is a house of cards that will topple into chaos at the slightest breeze. Let one person say the wrong thing at the wrong time, and the reaction will cascade into racial violence that won’t end until the society is destroyed. What kind of fool, or what kind of evil, would want to build a social structure so prone to disaster?
Well, Jews would. Leftists would. But they have an agenda that seeks their own empowerment, and their means is a combination of coercion and deception, or force and make-believe. They preach what they don’t really believe, and they preach it so that the people whom they would control will be persuaded to accept multiculturalism. It’s like persuading someone that it’s okay for him to jump into a pool of strong acid: go ahead, it’s the right thing to do, yadda yadda, splash, ssssssss.
Furthermore, just because you can cherry-pick yourself a racially mixed group of unusual amity and tolerance who can live harmoniously together for many years doesn’t mean you’ve solved the problems of racially mixed societies. As time goes by, that first exceptionally tolerant generation will have children who, in the nature of such things, will be more typical specimens of their breed than their carefully selected parents were. So the grandchildren among one race might still be a dangerous threat to the grandchildren of another race, even if their grandparents got along with each other just fine.
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