Intermediate Stage In Diversity: Proportional Representation And Meritocracy

Diversity destroys civilizations and results in genocide of the majority through outbreeding because every identifiable group — race, religion, ethnicity, caste — acts only in its own interests. This means that groups inevitably clash because each needs to be in control of its surroundings in order to avoid being replaced.

This process takes time and is rationalized by participants at different levels that allow them to accept it. At first, diversity is limited to a labor role, and over time it expands to full-blown cultural warfare. A quotation from John Wayne shows us how people rationalize its first stage in an attempt to deal “fairly” with diversity from 1971:

I’ve directed two pictures and I gave the blacks their proper position. I had a black slave in The Alamo, and I had a correct number of blacks in The Green Berets. If it’s supposed to be a black character, naturally I use a black actor. But I don’t go so far as hunting for positions for them. I think the Hollywood studios are carrying their tokenism a little too far. There’s no doubt that 10 percent of the population is black, or colored, or whatever they want to call themselves; they certainly aren’t Caucasian. Anyway, I suppose there should be the same percentage of the colored race in films as in society. But it can’t always be that way. There isn’t necessarily going to be 10 percent of the grips or sound men who are black, because more than likely, 10 percent haven’t trained themselves for that type of work.

This is similar to the “meritocracy” view used by conservatives. The idea is that, since diversity is there, people should be treated fairly, which means showing them as they actually are in the world. However, this clashes with egalitarianism, or the idea that all people are equal, because then the diversity is not being shown as equally successful as the majority.

Hence the society enters the next stage, where the diversity is artificially made more prominent, successful, and competent in the public eye. That in turn further deepens the inter-group warfare because it has created a politically protected class whose interests are now directly opposed to that of the majority.