The Thinking 

The Idol of Diversity

March 16, 2017

It is one thing to acknowledge that racial and cultural diversity exists, that it poses challenges to any social order, and that we must deal with it as best we can. It is quite another thing to claim that diversity is the highest good, to be pursued as an end in itself. The former position leads to a realistic response to the circumstances in which we find ourselves; the latter to a quest for utopia that must involve the total reconstruction of the existing society.

— Lawrence Auster, Our Borders, Our Selves: America in the Age of Multiculturalism

— Comments —

Tim writes:

E Pluribus Unum doesn’t work!

Laura writes:

Not when ‘diversity’ is a messianic cult.

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