Diversity and Chaos


Suppose a few families move from their comfortable suburban homes and into unsettled lands to build a new town. They succeed and attract a few more like-minded people. No big businesses or international organizations or even major highways figure into their village, and so it grows without too much outside influence.

Over hundreds of years, what would we expect? Some people will come, some will go, but you’ll eventually get a sort of homogeneity. People will be similar to each other. Their manners, even their looks. You’ll have diversity of talent, of interest, of strength and weakness, and of personality, to be sure. But you won’t have the kind of “diversity” that the DIE cult demands; the external forms.

The above scenario is on the extreme end, as people generally don’t leave in groups to go found new towns out of American suburbs these days. But this happens on a…

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