Promoting Diversity Promotes Alienation

Promoting diversity promotes alienation, and they know it.
Who are they?
The promoters.

We are constantly being divided and ruled. Divide and conquer is the dark art of a cultural war.

From Wikipedia:
Divide and rule (Latin: divide et impera), or divide and conquer in politics and sociology, is gaining and maintaining power by breaking up larger concentrations of power into pieces that individually have less power than the one implementing the strategy.The use of this technique is meant to empower the sovereign to control subjects, populations, or factions of different interests, who, collectively, might be able to oppose his rule.”

Niccolò Machiavelli advises in his book, The Art of War (1521), that a Captain should endeavour with every art, including suspicion, to divide the forces of any enemy, causing them to separate and become weaker. This is how the few control,

In our hearts, we are all one, but in our minds, we differ due to backgrounds and cultures. We have different aims in life.

Diversity of people is wonderful and colourful and tasty but, unfortunately, it is also the ingredient for provocateurs and trolls to create distrust with the aim of generating hatred. Accusations of hate crimes can then be applied, and the once-whole community splits up and divides. While there are two sides to every story, there may be just one cause – confusion. In consenting to take sides, we give our power away.

Through meditation, perception changes.
We no longer merely see situations:
we see through them, to their causes and conditions.

Being aware is being prepared.

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