There is never a dearth of bad news for pro-white bloggers to write about. We simply do not have “slow news days”. All we have to do is open any newspaper or magazine and within seconds we find anti-white propaganda staring us back in the face. Often enough, it is interesting enough to write about.
But not this time. Forbes Magazine just ran an article describing America’s ten greatest neighborhoods according to the American Planning Association (APA). To my delight, the word “diversity” appeared only once:
In Boston the affluent Back Bay neighborhood, which contains Victorian brownstones and some of the city’s tallest skyscrapers, is another favorite (though not without some controversy due to the architectural diversity of the area, says an APA spokesman).
How refreshing! The word “vibrant” appears twice – but without any reference to ethnic diversity. On the contrary, the…
… committee of four examines several aspects of a neighborhood, including its sense of community and overall composition, its local character and environment and sustainability practices.
I have no idea what they mean by “overall composition”, but ethnically diverse neighborhoods are not known for their sense of of community, local character or sustainability practices. This is due to the fact that an ethnically diverse neighborhood is simply a location where several communities coexist. In order for it to be a single community, the various components would have to assimilate – losing its ethnic diversity in the process. The greater its ethnic diversity, the less community cohesion there will be. Of course there can be communities of various distinct ethnic groups that get along well and work together – but this can only be short-lived; absent rivalry and animosity, those groups will eventually melt into each other.
Could it be that groups like the APA are starting to recognize the above obvious truths? Could it be that the iron fist of diversity is finally starting to rust?