The Inclusivity Myth

You here a lot about “inclusivity” from the various stripes of Liberal and Progressive elements living withing our borders. To some extent this is the Left’s professed mantra insofar as social practices are concerned.

It’s, however, nothing but a well-told lie. The inclusivity myth is false and is nothing but a rationalization of the Left’s oikophobia.

The Left does not seek inclusivity; they seek to shift societal mores to a more libertine model and espouse even less tolerance for those with normative ethical, moral, an societal practices than those that they seek to displace and destroy.

All it that the Left’s “inclusivity” really is is an attempt to exclude and marginalize people who might otherwise be included in favor of those who society has previously, rightly or wrongly, censured.

The Left’s Vaunted Inclusivity Exposed

There are so many people that the Left’s supposed inclusivity expressly excludes and strive to rid America of. Some of these to be silenced and marginalized are listed below in no particular order:

  • Love America, both as a nation and a cohesive and identifiable culture? You are to be marginalized.
  • Believe that a single language, English – a violently and virulently inclusive and adaptable tongue, is necessary to bind America together? You are to be marginalized.
  • Believe that multiculturalism, when it inhibits, precludes, or prevents assimilation, is contrary to America’s well-being? You are to be marginalized.
  • Believe that race and culture are two different things that don’t inherently overlap? You are to be marginalized.
  • Believe that the “Black Community” is willfully exilic and is harmful to America as a whole and Blacks, especially urban Blacks’ in particular? You are to be marginalized.
  • Believe that a single law, a single policy, and a single standard of behavior should be applied to all people, regardless of race? You are to be marginalized.
  • Believe that, with thankfully rare exceptions, crime is a choice and the fault lays solely with the criminal? You are to be marginalized.
  • Believe that the solution to high crime and incarceration rates is not to eliminate laws? You are to be marginalized.
  • Believe that there is equal but dissimilar value in both masculinity and femininity and that to disparage either is counter to both biology and society’s well-being? You are to be marginalized.
  • Believe that abortion is the killing of an innocent person and that a woman’s rights do not extend to killing others for her convenience? You are to be marginalized.
  • Believe that equal pay for equal work requires there to be equal work and commitment to that work? You are to be marginalized.
  • Believe that equal protections do not apply to anything based upon people’s choices or actions? You are to be marginalized.
  • Believe that people have very few, if any, rights to anything but a set of divinely mandated rights against what can be taken from them? You are to be marginalized.
  • Believe that people have absolutely no rights to the labor or wealth and property of others? You are to be marginalized.
  • Believe in objective Right and Wrong, that morality is derive from the God(s) or Natural Law, and that secular laws must be informed by that morality? You are to be marginalized.
  • Believe that the powers of the government derive from the people, not that the powers of the people derive from the government? You are to be marginalized.
  • Believe that charity is an act of compassion and mercy, not the execution of a responsibility subject to enforcement? You are to be marginalized.

The above are only a small segment of the beliefs which would result in one being excluded and marginalized if the Liberals and Progressives were ever allowed to make the reality of the inclusivity myth a fact of life, law, and social policy in America.

Do not believe for a moment that these Liberals and Progressives aren’t virulently intolerant of anyone that doesn’t adhere to their dogma and don’t ever believe that their dogma is inclusive. It is an attempt at shifting, not a broadening, of social mores, policies, and laws.

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