Friday, August 31, 2018

Increasing diversity to solve the problems of increased diversity.

The Western reliance on, and need for, foreign doctors is largely illusional. We need surplus doctors only to the extent that we possess surplus populations. One of the problems of the contemporary West is not only that we have lost sight of our past, but also, and perhaps more importantly, that we have lost sight of our future. There is almost no sensible planning for the future or co-ordinated education of our youth. We live in an age where the supposed cure for every socio-economic problem is the injection of more diversity, rather than producing more children and educating them according to the needs of the present and future.

The belief that importing workers is a panacea to economic pressures was always built on false foundations. The classic example is the nation bemoaning a lack of plumbers and builders, which then imports cohorts of foreign plumbers and builders – who then need many more homes to live in, requiring more plumbers and builders to construct them, and so on. Similarly, in contemporary Britain, massive pressures on the National Health Service caused by mass immigration are being “eased” via the mass immigration of dubiously-trained foreign doctors. The only result of this development is the rapid decline in the quality of service offered by the NHS, the increased danger faced by patients, and the further expansion of multiculturalism into all areas of life.

The only sensible solution to this chaos is to conclusively bring the multicultural project to an end, to repatriate the surplus populations, and eject those whose dubious “skills” are no longer required.[1]

The spiral is downward not upward but the contrary opinion in what passes for our culture now is like a phalanx. Witness John McCain’s response to the woman during his presidential campaign who worried about Obongo’s being a Muslim. McCain recoiled from the woman’s point like he’d just found a rattlesnake in his briefcase.

“And never is heard a discouraging word” is the line from the song “Home on the Range.” And that, muchachos, is what anybody with career aspirations in American journalism, politics, the corporate world, adademe, and the military better internalize down to his or her toesies.

It’s all good and the most important thing Army Chief of Staff Gen. George W. Casey, Jr. could bring himself to say about the Ft. Hood massacre by one of the third-world’s gifts to America was that
Our diversity, not only in our Army, but in our country, is a strength. And as horrific as this tragedy was, if our diversity becomes a casualty, I think that's worse."
Yes, let us worship at the altar of diversity.

Diversity ├╝ber alles.

Notes
[1] "Bad Medicine II: The Escalating Problem of Third World Doctors." By Andrew Joyce, Ph.D., The Occidental Observer, 8/29/18 (emphasis added).

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