Chapter One – Culturism
- Multiculturalism says America has no core
culture. Culturists know we do.
- Multiculturalism does not take cultural diversity
seriously. Culturists do.
- Culturists recognize other culture’s right to
define, protect and promote themselves and that we have the same rights in
regard to our unique culture.
- Racism is stupid and dangerous. But diversity exists; it is more
significant than food, fashion and festivals. Therefore, culture should be
recognized as a legitimate policy consideration.
- Searching Muslims at airports is not racist, it
is culturist. Our national security requires knowing the difference.
- Achievement gaps in economic and academic success
are best explained by cultural diversity, not race. Those who stifle
conversations by abusing the term “racism” harm minorities. Culturism allows us to talk seriously
- Whereas racism and multiculturalism divide us,
culturism unites us.
Chapter Two – Culturism in
United States History
- From the Puritans on we have been a culturist
nation concerned with moral decline.
- The 1924 Immigration Act was culturist in that it
targeted Southern and Eastern Europeans.
- This is not a nation of immigrants as much as it
is a nation of colonizers, settlers, and descendants of selected
- Failure to distinguish race from culture makes us
unable to understand issues such as Japanese relocation during World War
- National security and solvency require that we
recognize and reclaim our culturist traditions.
Chapter Three – Culturism
in World History
- China is racist and that is their right.
- Islamic nations are theocratic and that is their
- Different cultures have different values and we cannot
say whose are superior.
- Cultures compete. China competes with us
economically, Islam threatens to destroy our culture and Mexico seeks to
reclaim America’s Southwest.
- Western nations are not as Islamic as they are
Christian. That is an easily refuted multiculturalist falsehood. The Middle East is Islamic.
- The West should be proud rather than guilty about
what it has given the world.
Chapter Four – Culturism
- Diversity shows there is no such thing as human
- Before Europeans arrived Native Americans had
slavery, Aztecs conducted human sacrifice and cannibalism was widespread
on the continent.
- Slavery, child brides, gang rape and constant
warfare are normal.
- Multiculturalists underestimate diversity.
- If we do not guide our culture we should expect
savagery and gang style behavior; Western civility is not the default behavior
Chapter Five – Western
- Rights, the separation of Church and State,
democracy, individualism and free speech are only Western values. Other cultures disagree with these
- The secular progressive / religious divide can be
solved by recognizing Athens and Jerusalem both hold the spirit higher
than the body.
- Christianity is central to our values; there can
be no separation of Mosque and State.
- No values can come from multiculturalism except
vague tolerance. Culturism provides
values based upon our history.
- Gay people and women should defend the West tooth
Chapter Six – Culturism in
- We come into this world ready to absorb the
values of the culture we are born into.
- We prefer Western culture because we were raised
- Mankind has large brains in order to absorb
culture. It is our duty and responsibility to teach it.
- As songs and bright colors do in animals, our
flag, history and song demarcate us.
- Chimpanzees and other mammals bloodily guard
- Culturism is not just a man made system.
Chapter Seven – Culturism
- The Rodney King riots show that groups can have
maladaptive thoughts we need to address.
- If America does not provide a sense of being on a
team, gangs will.
- Culturism can provide belonging and unity in
schools in a way that multiculturalism cannot.
- Guiding public airwaves would be a way to convey
that we have values.
- Zoning pornography to the outskirts of town
teaches that we have values.
- Government should not be neutral in regards to
values; lawmakers need to think as culturist psychologists. Rewarding out-of-wedlock childbirth
teaches maladaptive lessons.
Chapter Eight – Culturism
- Philosophy turns people off because it no longer
engages with society.
- The concept of “human rights” undermines our
sense of being unique.
- Rights only exist in nations that believe in them
and can afford them.
- If the West falls, rights will not exist
- You cannot measure progress without a sense of
- Philosophers should discuss how laws and arts can
best uphold our traditions.
Chapter Nine – Culturism
- Multiculturalism divides us; only culturism can
- Multiculturalism can lead to tribal warfare;
culturism leads to peace.
- Multiculturalists deny that we have a core
culture and so undermine Western civilization; culturists affirm that we
have a core culture.
- Multiculturalists would have people look
backwards. America is about looking forwards.
- The world is not getting more diverse, the West
- As most nations have culturist common sense, they
are not willing to undertake the diversity experiment.
- If we want to experiment with making our society more
diverse, we must scientifically monitor the positive and negative results.
Chapter Ten – Culturist
- The “human rights” concept undermines our
sovereignty; we need to start thinking in terms of culturist rights.
- We need not be the only nation that recognizes
the right to asylum; there is no international right to be in Western
- Despite what multiculturalists say, Western
nations are not just as Islamic as they are Christian. We have a right
define and control our culture based on traditional Western cultural
- Saudi Arabia has a right to not allow Christians
to immigrate; we have a right to not allow any more Muslims to immigrate.
- Our culturist rights include the right to enforce
our border laws, end dual citizenship, end sending money “back home” and
insist on English use in many contexts.
- Culturist foreign policy is isolationist. Iran is
entitled to their own culture, though not nuclear weapons.
- We need to take culturist sides in international
disputes. We are on Israel’s side
and Muslims are on the Palestinians’ side.
- We need to distinguish racial profiling from
culturist profiling. Searching
Muslims in airports has nothing to do with their race. Those who dress like gang members and
listen to anti-social music may be criminals; this is culturist profiling,
not racial profiling.
- Our schools should teach that the West is the
best for us. Teaching that all
cultures are the same undermines our unity, our sense of mission, and our
ability to cultivate a sense of morals.
- The ACLU needs to recognize that individual
rights only exist in societies that can afford and value rights. Individual rights need to be balanced
out by cultural rights, or both may cease to exist. Schools, for example, which get sued for
not meeting individual needs, may not be sustainable. We cannot abandon our culture because a
single individual might be offended by it.
- The FCC needs to reassert its role of keeping
public airwaves a safe-haven for children that asserts pro-social values.
- When people try to derail discussions of crime,
poverty, immigration and school achievement by calling those who would
discuss such issues “racist,” we need to make it clear that we are discussing
culture, not race. We can do this and
successfully guide Western civilization by calling ourselves “culturists”
and saying we believe in “culturism.”