Small communities with less diversity

The beautiful Rebecca, also known as Blonde in the Belly of the Beast, did a wonderful video concerning her journey toward discovering that smaller towns in the state of Washington have better community cohesion, less diversity, and all around a better atmosphere for the purpose of raising children.

Smaller towns have a tendency to possess a better sense of community, especially in areas where third world ethnic minorities aren’t present. Oh, was that racist? I don’t care. It’s the facts. And the facts about third world ethnic minority crime rates are all that matter to me. 

Diversity is not a strength. Immigration is war. Experience taught me that communities, even small ones, that value diversity do not last long in terms of a sense of community trust. You can’t trust or even have a BBQ with a neighbor next door that wears a veil and can’t even speak English. That’s the sad honest truth. 

Robert Putnam, who wrote a book based on his findings pertaining to diversity being a strength sat on his work for years before publishing it because it revealed that diversity wasn’t a strength at all. It was a weakness and it destroyed local communities, big and small. And while raising children in the city, particularly in blue states, can be accomplished it certainly leaves a lot more to be desired.

 

One thought on “Small communities with less diversity

  1. Her video reminded me of Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. It has that small town vibe with little diversity. Great outdoor scenery. It is a much higher trust society. Much better for raising kids than the big cities in Texas where I’m near now.

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