The Risk Of Genocide Against The Liberal-Left
There is something which has concerned me for a long time now.
Before getting into the substance of this article I would like to state, for the record, that I am in no way a racist, sexist, bigot, or encouraging of anything which promotes the suppression of others. We are all human beings with varying degrees of potential. But we are different, and there exists the probability of human conflict within that difference. Political correctness cannot deny the obvious attributes of the natural world. We are not all the same. We are different. Our hopes and dreams for one another should be the same though. That is where we find our commonality and where the quest for love and peace should both begin and end.
The interest I have in writing an article such as this one has always been tempered by my desire to avoid attention and involvement in such sociological hot-topics. Whether its professional career concerns or fears of upsetting friends and family, I have prevented myself from writing many of the things which have haunted my thoughts and dreams.
It should be noted that my natural cultural alignment would be along the conservative vein. This does not mean that I consider those who practice a non-conservative lifestyle distasteful. It simply means this is how I chose to live my own life. I have no desire to suppress or change the opinions and lifestyles of non-conservatives. My list of friends and associates span all demographics of race, gender, sexual orientation, and spiritual beliefs. I hope and dream the best for all and encourage the differences which exist within the human race.
But there is something which has concerned me for a long time now.
Imagine the world as a pie. At one time those of Caucasian and European descent had a huge piece of that pie, while the non-Caucasian and non-European peoples were given the parts of the pie that the Caucasians and Europeans didn’t want or need. Colonialism is historical and well documented. Those of non-Caucasian and non-European descent fought over the scraps amongst themselves, and even encouraged and supported the slave trade amongst their own peoples in order to get a bigger piece of the pie.
Going back further in world history we can see that other non-Caucasian and non-European peoples practiced the same methods of cultural and sociological consolidation and control against others. Atrocities against those who are different are not a creation of Caucasians and Europeans, regardless of what myths the liberal-left promotes. Such things are a human creation and span the length of world history and all peoples.
All human beings have the potential to commit true acts of horror, both on small and large scales.
We live in a world today where the pie is still the same size but the demands and needs of all peoples have increased. As such, the pendulum has swung the other way and the pieces allocated for the Caucasians and Europeans have been getting smaller. But if we consider colonialism to be wrong we must consider reverse colonialism to be equally as wrong. Two wrongs do not make a right, and suppressing a specific human demographic, no matter its orientation or sociological and geographical placement, is wrong and should be avoided.
At 18 years old I sat in a military recruiter’s office and was told that the Canadian Forces were only accepting women and those of a visible minority. All through my teenage years I was fascinated by having a career in the navy and working on submarines. On my night stand sat a well-worn copy of Tom Clancy’s The Hunt for Red October. These dreams of adventure under the high seas ended in that recruiter’s office. It hurt to be told that I did not qualify for something because I was white and male. It had nothing to do with what my real capabilities were.