South Africa – the Testing Ground of the Western Countries by FirstAlliance.info
This interview by FirstAlliance.info helps explain how globalist "diversity" operations actually cause an economy and health of a nation to get worse. In the 1960s in South Africa, people had strong cultural ties. They were very economically successful and were financially independent. Like it was during this time in South Africa; it was evident that people in communities of their own race and culture allow dignity and prosperity to thrive in abundance. It was a globalist operation to make the concept of living within cultural boundaries something to feel guilty about. After the 1960s, an operation caused a forced sense of inclusion; and the economic stability fell apart. The country fell into debt, city structures fell into disrepair; and the neighboring Botswana continued to thrive in contrast; because they were still true to their cultural heritage. The idea that this was a fore-run to what is now happening in America is explained. The idea that being proud and wanting to associate with a cultural center in your community is racist is inspired by the globalists plan to destabilize societies by tearing apart cultures with the doctrine of "inclusivity".
People have the right to choose whom they associate with. Of course, that means if people choose to study and live in other cultures and societies, they can be allowed to do so. Also, being allowed to hold dialog about preserving culture within communities is good. No one should be made to feel ashamed of their race, culture and roots. Nor should they feel ashamed for wanting to preserve their culture, race, and community.