Consider the universality of this terror from Night of the Living Dead (1968):
At this hour, we repeat, these are the facts as we know them. There is an epidemic of mass murder being committed by a virtual army of unidentified assassins. The murders are taking place in villages and cities, in rural homes and suburbs with no apparent pattern nor reason for the slayings. It seems to be a sudden general explosion of mass homicide. We have some descriptions of the assassins. Eyewitnesses say they are ordinary-looking people. Some say they appear to be in a kind of trance. Others describe them as being misshapen monsters. At this point, there’s no really authentic way for us to say who or what to look for and guard yourself against. Reaction of law enforcement officials is one of complete bewilderment at this hour. Police and sheriff’s deputies and emergency ambulances are literally deluged with calls for help. The scene can be best described as mayhem.
This shows us the essence of Crowdism: our problem is not a tangible, centralized enemy like an invader. Instead, it is herd behavior; people in groups converge on the same idea, which is that the individual must be protected against attacks from others through pacifism, manifested in “equality” or the idea that everyone, no matter how mediocre or dishonest, must be accepted as one of the group without hierarchical ranking.
Every time it is tried, crowdism — based on egalitarianism: the idea that good and bad are equal, essentially — serves to take from the strong to give to the weak. It penalizes the strong for fighting back. This transfers power from the strong and competent to the weak and incompetent, and the society then implodes into a third-world style poverty dystopia.
Consider it a built-in check on human power. If any society rises too fast, all of its idiots, misfits, perverts, criminals, parasites, neurotics, schizoids, leeches, liars, and losers gather together to destroy it, and if it does not have the power to overthrow them, it becomes consumed.
Look at the world. Most of it consists of third-world societies or those heading that way, like Southern and Eastern Europe, South America, the middle east, and most of Asia and Africa. That is the future that Crowdists want for you.
Anywhere you see people banding together to enforce illusion, like “we are all one” or “all lives matter,” or that people are equal, or that the solution is peace, or other gibberish that appeals to those who by right should be picking turnips and not talking at all, you know that Crowdism has taken control.
This can happen in any human group, even as small as a rock band, friend group, PTA, or small company. Whenever the desire to please the group outweighs the need to look at reality, the group dies; looking at reality causes natural hierarchies because humans understand it unequally and always will.
They resemble zombies, the Crowdists. They know nothing except feelings and a desire for social unity and through it, social control. They see only their narcissistic desire and, since this leads them nowhere, always need scapegoats to blame for its failings. This generates the “impulse to destroy” that we see in these lost, aimless, and voracious people.
Like zombies, they always emphasize universal acceptance, including diversity. This abolishes organic culture and heritage, and creates more zombies. Diversity always destroys civilizations through lack of trust and infighting. One group can be in control, and the other groups play the victim, waiting their turn to conquer the previous leader.
Our only way out of this zombie plague can be found in hierarchy. Promote the good, and give them power to oppress the rest, because either the best oppress the rest, or the rest oppress the best. If we want to be strong, we need to promote the strong over the weak, which is the exact opposite of what we are doing now.