In this eighth and final article in his series on culturist policy, Dr John K. Press explains the critical difference between so-called 'human rights', and culturist rights that take proper account of western interests. (Note: Dr Press's views are not our policy, though they are close to those found in the Liberty GB manifesto.)
Culturism (cÇ”l-chÉ™r-Çz-É™m) n. The philosophy, art, and science that values, promotes and protects majority cultures.
Culturist (cÇ”l-chÉ™r-Çst) n. 1. An advocate of culturism. 2. One who engages in the arts or sciences of managing and protecting majority cultures. 3. Adj. Of or pertaining to culturism, culturists or culturist policy.
Culturist rights and human rights
Rights are not metaphysical; they come from societies that believe in them and can afford them. China does not believe in the right to vote. Africa believes every child has a right to an education, but cannot afford it.
So-called 'human rights' are really western rights.
Calling them 'western rights' makes us proud, clarifies why we fight, and reminds us that if the West falls, so-called human rights will cease to exist. Who else will uphold them?
Culturist policy and boat people
Muslim nations don't take in Christian refugees. China takes no Muslim refugees. The West also has culturist rights.
The best way to stop the growing tide of refugees is a zero-tolerance policy. Not a single boat refugee should step foot on western soil. They must be preemptively steered to a Muslim world member nation.
The term human rights is occasionally a useful propaganda tool for, say, pressuring Iran to change. But, more often it is used to undermine our sovereignty. As other regions, the West has culturist rights; we must protect ourselves.
Rather than a 'global community,' culturists understand the world is made of competing cultural regions. The Islamic world and China seek to dominate the West.
Western rights, not 'human rights,' must guide our refugee policy.
We should not allow foreign nations to fund 'Middle Eastern Studies' programs on our university campuses. This is enemy indoctrination; it bends students towards sympathy with terrorists, and even a willingness to engage in terrorist acts.
New York City's 9/11 memorial was built with guidance from "Middle Eastern scholars." That is why the word 'jihad' does not appear in the memorial. Our 1400-year defense against Islamic aggression is also not mentioned.
Our memorials must be pro-Western and written by proud western culturists.
Islamic nations are building mosques all across the Western world. If local communities wish to build mosques, our freedom of religion prohibits western governmental interference. But foreign funding of mosques is culturist jihad.
Our rights are western rights. Our constitutions protect our western citizens' freedom of religion; our constitutions do not give Saudi Arabia the right to build mosques on our land.
Our not being able to build churches in Saudi Arabia shows that 'human rights' do not trump culturist rights.
Culturist rights and borders
Despite the assertion that 'no one is illegal,' if you try crossing China's border without a passport, you will be incarcerated. We too have a culturist right to have borders. So-called human rights do not nullify our culturist rights.
Western citizenship should only be given to western people.
The United States must halt immigration from Latin America. Changing our cultural demographics is turning the United States into a linguistically split, second world nation. Worse yet, Mexico has a history of conflict with, and resentment towards, the United States.
The western world must wholly reject Islamic immigration. Again, western policies should work towards that which is good for the West, not 'humanity.'
Those in our lands illegally should be either forcefully deported or pressured to self-deport via making their finding employment or receiving government aid very difficult.
Ending third world immigration to the West is not racist, it is culturist. Cultural diversity is real; cultures compete. Protecting the West is the best way to protect so-called human rights.
One might argue that free trades' allowing the West to borrow from China helps the West. This is dubious. Trade imbalances give China enormous sway over our politicians and our national security decisions.
If a true win-win trade situation can be identified, we should not fear it. But, we should not pretend that long-term regional culturist strategic competition does not exist. We should not sell our ports or mineral rights to foreign nations.
Culturists naturally suspect all organizations and systems that work for 'humanity.'
We must denounce 'western' politicians who make trade deals to help 'the world,' 'the global community,' or 'humanity' rather than to benefit the West and its member nations.
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John K. Press, Ph.D., teaches at a South Korean university. He is the author of the book, Culturism: A Word, A Value, Our Future. More information can be found at www.culturism.us.