Monday 28 October 2019

The evilness of global homogeneity

If it is true (as I believe) that we are each unique Beings who are placed  (incarnated) such as best to have the experiences we most need to learn from; then a differentiated world (of many niches) is the best kind of world.

This is why those who are most closely associated with the demonic powers who oppose God are globalists - seeking one world government and (by mass migration) a homogeneous world.

And why they strategically work - by subversion and bribes - to destroy marriage and family.

A single-chambered, massive black iron prison Empire... That is the ideal form of government for which Satan and his minions are striving - or the nearest possible approximation thereto.


Stephen Macdonald said...

"A single-chambered, massive black iron prison Empire"

The West appears to be converging with China in this regard. At least the Chinese are honest about their intentions.

Bruce Charlton said...

N. I think China probably has a distinct role and destiny than The West, a major segment of differentiation - but I do not understand it. We should remain distinct.

a_probst said...

To me, China appears to be the sort of country the Axis powers were each trying to become-- rich and dazzling but with an economy and an elite capable of being reined in by the government whenever necessary.

The hopes of those who looked forward to a liberalized China in the wake of modernization are being dashed.

Bruce Charlton said...

@ap. Westerners 'liberalising' China, sending aid/ starvation to Africa etc is exactly the evil I am discussing. Indeed, I do not any longer approve of Christian missionary work in other cultures. If people want to do it that's their business, but I don't believe it is a good think now. Indeed, the less Western influence/ interference, the greater the chance of salvation. We are the source of the primary global evil - I mean value inversion.

Cererean said...

The gospel is already global. Perhaps western Christians need to get out of the way and let the indigenous missionaries do their work.

a_probst said...

I'm paraphrasing from memory here, but I think Jung once wrote, 'What is Albert Schweitzer doing in Africa when he is needed in Europe? It is so much easier to preach down than up.'

My confusion about China stems from my longtime impression that Godless communist regimes had basically leap-frogged over us to land further down the road the west was treading. It was a mere detail that life there seemed drawn somewhat from 1984 and life here from Brave New World.

Then again, being further down that road may mean that for the people there Things Have Come to a Point; a Christian there has a clearer perception of the choice he is making.

Wm Jas Tychonievich said...

And the name they give to this global homogeneity is— “diversity”!

Bruce Charlton said...

@Wm - Yes, the main principles are all inversions. Equality = group-preferences. Environentalism = increased environmental destruction. Women's liberation = a life of lonely sterility as middle manager in a totalitarian bureaucracy; etc.