I don't know where to post this here, since there is no /s/self or such. I tried to post this on reddit while I was totally aware that reddit is probably the last place on the internet to discuss such a topic in a in a reasonable, neutral way; probably this whole thread would be deleted by a mod or the comments will be full of hysterical insults against me because I see things different. Users prefer to just search for entertainment on reddit and don't want to read anything to think about. Of course I got the ban on reddit for this.
Even if no discussion can take place here, at least I wanted to write down my thoughts, even with the prospect that these thoughts will be censored because they run counter to the officially approved propaganda.
A homogenous state is where people are feeling safe because they have more trust in each other. Togetherness, integrity, identity, trust, security and high quality of life, a low crime rate, less violence, more peace - that is what people are longing for. They can't have this in "cultural diversity". Also, "cultural diversity" is a farce. Real cultural diversity cannot happen if you force those different cultures to live as "one world", it just does not work like that. Cultural diversity can only be saved if the cultures keep having room for themselves. It doesn't make us "better people" to ignore our true nature. It just creates an atmosphere of terror, fear, inequality, dissatisfaction, stress and violence and it also creates those parallel societies wherever different cultures are forced to live mixed up together, because people then still are trying desperately to save their culture in that. What the mainstream media is advocating for is in fact the destruction of all cultural diversity on this earth. When everything is mixed up together, there is no longer any diversity. We will only be able to define ourselves through material prosperity, because we ourselves will no longer have an identity: The only thing that shouldn't even be able to take from us is taken away from us. You are only worth the money that you bring in. You yourself are nothing. You no longer have an identity, you are a virtual profile on the internet. We are moving away from the real world more and more. Everything just blurs, but nothing grows together.
I want to live in a racially homogenous ethnostate. Actually everyone wants that, otherwise there would be no parallel societies where people of different cultures are violently mixed up together. It's a fact. Where people are similar in appearance and character, people have the least difficulty with each other. I believe that the inhibition threshold of doing violence or robbing someone else is much lower if the other person looks completely different from yourself. However, I also believe that people who are closely linked through a cultural bond can really do great things together. The prerequisite for this is the common denominator, which defines itself through the very simple things that make us what we are.
It is not about "getting rid of minorities", even if this is used often to silence people who want to talk about it objectively and neutrally. It's about preserving culture as something that strongly connects people. Indeed, if people from other cultures want to join to participate in that culture, it would be an asset. But this happens very rarely. Mostly, people from other cultures bring their own culture (or at least some pieces of what they could save of it) wherever they go. This fact means that people do not feel one with each other, but repel one another. Cultural identities and their diversity can be saved only if those cultures can keep room for themselves. You can see cultures trying to keep those rooms in every mixed up society. Even still some people want to make this a racist topic about white people crying about losing their cultural identity, but the truth is that EVERYONE is losing their cultural identity with this globalism bullshit. It WEAKENS the people. We are not growing together, that's a virtual meme. The reality looks like what happens when you put tigers and lions in the same cage because you thought they should be good friends since they're both cats, but that is not how nature works. Sure, you can refuse to see that and pretend that we are oh-so-happy in mishmash-wonderland while everyone just tries to save the broken pieces of their shattered cultural identity in their corner of that cage we call civilisation, but that won't make it any better for anyone. Except for the potentates of course; weak peoples can in no way rise above their rulers and are completely defenseless against their arbitrariness, it's a fact. People are very unhappy with their rulers, but they can't change a damn dirt about it, even if they try. In this timeline rulers must protect themselves from the people with safety glass and armed guards, but they remain being the rulers, because the people are broken and weak. When was the last time you saw people so full of joy and happiness about their rulers that they cried and threw flowers when those rulers drove through the streets with the top down to greet the people?