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Saving Our Society

Can we hold onto our virtues?

Unity versus Diversity

We Americans really need to clarify our understanding  of the political commitment to “diversity.”  The diversity we hear about is a political creation and is not in the best interests of the United States.  We are a multiethnic nation: We have wide variety of racial and cultural inheritances. In other words, we don’t all look, speak or live the same way. But we do all share one common quality , we are members of the exclusive group known as citizens of the United States.

If we want to protect the great benefit that this citizenship bestows,  It is critically important that we focus on the unity required to maintain our successes, and not on various groups that comprise our nation. The practice of diversity is the deadly enemy of our future as a great nation.

In political practice, diversity does not support variety or inclusiveness.  To be diverse is to be dissimilar, to be turned aside and to diverge is away from each other. Diversity  perpetuates the notion  that some people are naturally different from others: that they are diverse. Creating diversity divides groups into "normal" members and those thought to be "diverse." American citizens; whether the look differently, worship differently, or  speak differently; should never be considered as a giant diversity: we are all in this together and will survive and do well when we forget labels.

Diversity in viewpoints and philosophy is normal and a perfectly reasonable in a democracy. Our political party system is based on a variety— and sometimes strongly divergent— ideas of government.  But  requiring diversity among ethnic groups is not a harmless activity. Diversity suggests that everyone is being  included; but  In reality, the result is just the opposite, with some groups being guaranteed participation while many others have no such guarantees. Building diversity into civic organization  assumes that the various participants are representatives of their ethnic group and virtually assures that members will have opposing viewpoints.

Diverse inividuals, but a common society