Here’s how I see the future scenario in the West: There will eventually be a split between the totalitarian humanists with their universalist outlook and the multiculturalists and their cultural relativist outlook. The former will represent the prevailing ideology of the ruling class while the latter will be more representative of the rising underclass composed to a large degree though not entirely of recent immigrant populations.
In the long run, I regard multiculturalism as far less threatening than totalitarian humanism as the former implies cultural separatism and political decentralization while the latter implies centralized statism and compulsory ideologcial and cultural uniformity. This is more or less the position that Alain De Benoist has come to as well. Indeed, multiculturalism may actually be a contributing factor to the disintegration of the overarching state systems we have at present. This is why I believe that anti-state radicals, the radical right, bioregionalists, and left ethno-nationalists should unite against the ruling class in favor of radical decentralization.
Categories: Political Correctness/Totalitarian Humanism