The Great Replacement Critiqued
“Replacement Theory”? Is that the worst the Republican Party can do? You call that lame-o whinge paranoia? Listen up, and I’ll show you how existential dread is really done.
For you see, in a mere 2 centuries - a measly 200 years, a blink of history’s eye - every man, woman, child, infant, fetus, and freshly conceived zygote, every one without exception will have completed their life cycles, and be dead and gone. All without exception! And not only everyone now alive, but their children too. There will still be people, but they will all be someone else’s kids.
And not only will everyone alive be replaced, their culture will not be ours either. They will speak different words, with different meanings, pronunciations, spelling, and grammar. Their technology will be based on science now unknown, and their economics, politics, and culture will be radically different. They will have heard of our culture, but they will misunderstand it. To them we’ll be quaint.
100% demographic turnover, plus major cultural turnover: how’s that for a great replacement? And here’s the cream of the jest: that’s normal! 100% replacement is how the biosphere works! Whoever has a problem with that has a bigger problem than immigration policy. Their problem is called the human condition.
Wait, is someone blaming skin tint? How superficial! No-one has white skin; everyone has white bones. It’s even funnier when they blame the human condition on the Jews! Or the Democrats! Or the media! Or the poor! But the human condition is beyond everyone’s control.
I too am troubled by the human condition; but blaming it on skin tint or religion or politics or sex or money is petty and useless. Why bother? If you want to complain, then go big! Blame God! Blame Nature!
Heaven and Earth are not humane; they treat people as disposable. So anyone who wants to talk to the manager may go to Heaven and complain to God, or go into the ground and complain to Nature. Either will do.
“Great Replacement”? SMH. What a bunch of losers!