We know how things went under the Jacobins and Soviets, a pattern we might describe as the equality cycle:
By the time France and Russia were done with their little experiment, they awoke as failed world powers even if they could continue projecting force simply by shipping a large number of their citizens abroad as conscripts.
We can see the same thing real time with diversity, which is properly known as genetic egalitarianism, since it requires the same shuttle cycle of free stuff and then triage of those services as the new equal diverse population fails to implement them.
Today’s example comes from South Africa where they have trouble keeping the power on under diversity, and now have cut back services to the point where vital institutions can no longer function:
In its judgment, the court said there had been “repeated breaches by the state of its constitutional and statutory duties and that these breaches are continuing to infringe on citizens’ rights to healthcare, security and education”.
The judgment was the result of an application brought by the UDM, other opposition parties, NGOs and individuals. Detailing how load-shedding affected healthcare, security and education, judge Norman Davis — on behalf of a full bench — said the right to basic education was an unqualified right under the constitution. The consequences of load-shedding were particularly keenly felt in rural and township schools, he said.
“Often, due to no alternate sources of electricity being available (generally, in contrast to private schools), these schools close down for a particular day, thereby not only depriving learners of education, but also of their only guaranteed meal of the day,” said the judgment.
With diversity, you enter a stage similar to full-on Jacobinism or Communism: the schools exist to feed people in the socialist ideal, and since the equal citizens cannot keep the power functioning, courts issue impotent orders to demand more blood be squeezed from the stone.
We might call this the diversity cycle: diversity is achieved, the equity shuttle kicks in, racial grievances militarize the population, and then economic collapse in parallel with institutional collapse leads to permanent third world status.
In the same way, during its final days the Soviet Union cracked down on people failing to provide food, which resulted in forged paperwork and glowing promises from local authorities, but never increased their food supply, requiring them to import capitalist grain to survive.
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