Diversity Is Neurotic Chaos

Cesar Barreira teaches at a Brazilian University. This particular institution features a Violence Studies Lab. It’s well placed. Only UMBC or Johns Hopkins would have a more convenient source of violence data near at hand. People like to delude themselves that violence is senseless. It’s not. Chaos gets solved. He makes sense of the “senseless violence” below.

“A lynching is a communal act in response to a sense of impotence,” Barreira said. “It’s a hunt for an infection inside a social group.”

If lynch mobs are organized to cauterize a social infection, than Brazil should teem with them. The place is an open sore that suppurates the pus of public and private corruption. The President has been impeached and much of the Congress is under some sort of legal blackmail/jeopardy. Official authority is behaving worse than the common denominator of Brazilian citizens. The citizens naturally take after their leaders and the law enforcement is typically no less corrupt than its leadership.

This chaos comes from a total lack of any concern for these people’s well being. The people figure this out. Then they go full Twisted Sister, and it’s Street Justice time. This chaos is often caused by rapid injections of un-asked-for diversity. The Turkish Minute describes how taking in three million Syrian refugees has angered the Turkish people.

Although the exact number is unknown, some 3 million Syrians have taken refuge in Turkey since a civil war broke out in 2011. Syrians are often exploited by employees as cheap labor, and Syrian children have been documented as working in textile plants in several places across Turkey.

This has led to problems for the indigenous population of Turkey.

According to questions asked to 1,224 people, 91 percent of respondents believe they have difficulty finding jobs because of refugees, while 94 percent believe rents are on the rise because of Syrians in Turkey…72 percent of respondents say they are uncomfortable encountering refugees. Eighty-three percent of Istanbulites even believe that epidemics are on rise because of Syrians. Similarly, 86 percent of respondents claim that crime rates have increased due to the Syrians’ presence in Turkey as well as a rise in begging on the streets of Istanbul.

So Turkey is essentially now on the brink of becoming a dumpster fire. President Edrogan has declared a “state of emergency” that pretty much makes him a dictator and has locked up tens of thousands of malcontents. Turkey, for all intents and purposes, is no longer a democracy.

But it is not just Turkey. All across Europe, wherever diversity has been tried, it has resulted in failed states wracked with violence, corruption and crime. Britain, Italy and Austria have revolted against this, but the elites — who gain their power by acting under the aegis of feel-good warm-kumbaya notions like “social justice,” “civil rights” and “equality” — are unwilling to give up the throne. They rule as tyrants as their empires collapse around them.

In Central and South America, similar mass migrations have heavily unbalanced populations and destroyed social order. This is why people are stealing to feed their families in Venezuela. It is why the people being robbed then attempt to burn the thieves alive. When order fails, what seems like chaos returns through violence against the symptoms of the dysfunction.

With no social order, only disorder remains as a recourse for removing the failed order and getting started on a new one. There is a cycle between chaos and order, and only violence stops the chaos of a dead order. At that point, the failure can be pushed aside, and those who still have the will to live can restart the process of civilization.

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9 Responses to “Diversity Is Neurotic Chaos”

  1. Avraham Rosenblum says:

    I really liked growing up in the USA when it was mainly Wasp. Diversity I think added nothing.

    • Me too. In WASP America, people did not have to lock their car doors and work twelve hours a day to not get assaulted in a ghetto. There were standards, customs and cultural conventions. It was in all ways a better time, and this is what Leftists recognize, which is why they seek to bury it. Without strong leadership, people break down into bickering monkeys, and when we lost WASP rule, that became our future.

      Until now.

    • JPW says:

      Some of Fred Reed’s posts about what Madison, AL was like in the good old days makes me sad. We still can create some of it. When we work against the overall downhill slide we can temporarily make good places for our children. But yeah, we lost so much to multi-culti diworsity.

      • Avraham Rosenblum says:

        I was in different areas in the USA and the shared family values and general wholesome atmosphere was everywhere from coast to coast. It was not just in my home town.

      • People are afraid to believe diversity can be ended, but it can be, and more easily than they think, even without brutality.

        • McGarrett says:

          One thing that frustrates me beyond belief is how open borders advocates cannot/will not realize that America is not on the hook to take care of everyone else. Do they ever ask, “how can we improve the living standards of the place they’re fleeing before signing on to raise them for life?” They don’t even care about the birthright of their own children, selling off to strangers to look virtuous.

          There’s zero logic involved. They have to deliberately be trying to destroy a good thing. As for the Roman Catholic Church, it’s in plain writing in the Catechism:

          2241 The more prosperous nations are obliged, to the extent they are able, to welcome the foreigner in search of the security and the means of livelihood which he cannot find in his country of origin. Public authorities should see to it that the natural right is respected that places a guest under the protection of those who receive him.

          Political authorities, for the sake of the common good for which they are responsible, may make the exercise of the right to immigrate subject to various juridical conditions, especially with regard to the immigrants’ duties toward their country of adoption. Immigrants are obliged to respect with gratitude the material and spiritual heritage of the country that receives them, to obey its laws and to assist in carrying civic burdens.

          “[T]o the extent they are able”. We aren’t obliged to deprive ourselves a living. Let the Saudis take on the refugees. They won’t, be cause they’re viewing this as the golden opportunity to do what they failed to do in the crusades.

          • Avraham Rosenblum says:

            I saw the Catholic Catechism in a book store that came out after Vatican II and I was impressed.[Though I have no idea what was going on before Vatican II. I know a lot of people think it was better.] In any case it all seemed to be to be based on what I knew about Aquinas. Pretty well thought.

            [I know however Dr Kelley Ross has a few criticisms on it]

    • Avraham Rosenblum? I am not the only Jew who reads and largely agrees with these kinds of sites? Please check out my blog uttercontempt.wordpress.com. Thank you Amerika, excellent post.

      • I am not the only Jew who reads and largely agrees with these kinds of sites?

        As predicted some years ago, pan-nationalism is rising. Everyone is realizing that the “we are all one” idea is terrible, and the necessity of having a tribe is vital.