Wednesday, February 15, 2012

Redefining A Society

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Have you ever wondered what is, or what does constitute, a "society" of people?

This question actually has two very distinctly separate answers. One concerns human history up until 1964; the other post 1964 (the significance of 1964 will be made clear further on),

A 'society' prior to 1964 consisted of ONE male group ((note: a male group consists of males racially, linguistically and religiously similar and residing in a defined geographic area). One male group would claim a geographic area ...then create a social stratification system. The social stratification system became the "society" i..e the male social hierarchy. So two purposes become clear in the making of, and the continuation of, a human society prior to 1964: to claim and retain the geographic area for the Dominant Male Group, & to provide a status environment for that ONE male group.

And what about the female's historic role within a society? Her responsibilities were simple:: to procreate for the male group...and to raise the children.

NOTE: Prior to 1964, there is no recorded example in human history where females within a societal structure were allowed into the male's social hierarchy. There is also no recorded example in human history prior to 1964 where males outside of the dominant male group were allowed entry into the dominant male group's social hierarchy. 1

Let's repeat the simple process by which human societies had formed throughout history:
--A male group (males racially, linguistically and religiously similar) claim a geographic area.
--The male group - the dominant male group - then establishes a social stratification system.
--Once the social stratification exists, a society (or nation) is formed.
--A group designation is given to the dominant male group (e.g. Pakistani, Russian, Chinese, Japanese, etc.)

Of course, once the society is formed, now the male group that created it must protect it (.i.e. its land and stratification system) from encroachment from other male groups.

THEN CAME 1964... The American Experiment: Redefining A Society with Compulsory Inclusionism
At the beginning of 1964 American society numerically had two racially significant populations, those of European descent (87% of the population) and those of African descent (11% of the population). Throughout America's history and up until the late 1960s, these two racial groups had mainly lived legally separate ( observing a color line mandate). And, a fact that must not be overlooked, Americans (white Christians) were not violating any historic precedent by living separately from those of African descent; nor were they violating any existing Constitutional laws by living separately ( i.e. the social stratification structure of American society was completely consistent with that of all human societies in recored history). Putting it another way, the recognized Americans at that time, who were the white Christians, and whose male group was the creator of all the political and economic arenas in America, were not morally, legally or historically wronging the black race where and when they preferred to live separate from the Negro race. The Negro race in America from 1865 to 1964 was supposed to live separate as to achieve self-reliance as a people - a requirement ALL distinct people (racial and ethnic groups) throughout human history were required to achieve.

>>> A Magnanimous Gesture From ONE People Toward Another That Was Unprecedented In Human History-- That Is, White Males Submit To Forced Integration of THEIR Status Environments <<<

The black man marched for "integration rights" and he got exactly what he marched for... From 1964 to 1968, with altruism and forward-thinking as the underlying spoken ambition, the United States government (it was actually just a few hundred men of Euro descent) decided to forcibly alter the human dynamics of its society in a way which was unprecedented in human history.  First there was the compulsory integration of the White males' working environments (Civil Rights Act 1964); then their political environments (Voting Rights Act 1965); and finally their residential communities (Fair Housing Act 1968). Clearly, with these new federal laws, American society was now going to be reshaped, reconstituted and reorganized, compelled to integrate ( with minorities & later females) and assimilate like no society had ever experienced in history. These compulsory integration laws were also a very clear message - from white liberals - to the Negro race that they were now going to be completely relieved of their human requirement to become a self-reliant people (Booker T. Washington's pursuit).

Incidentally, and incredibly, there was NO QUID PRO QUO requirement by white males in any of the three compulsory integration laws.

Beginning in the late 1960s, American females, using the wording of the 1964 Civil Rights Act, began their ascent into America's dominant male group (White Christian males).
Regardless of what one's belief system is regarding the Civil Rights Act of 1964, and its companion laws of 65, and 68', it is a demonstrable fact that these compulsory integration laws produced, for good or bad, a very profound change in the structure of American society ; rendering it less a society by historic standards and more of, if not entirely, a "system" of forced cooperation.
Note: Curiously, only countries of Western Civilization (specifically English speaking) have adopted and enforced compulsory integration laws.

And one final thought: No one should conclude that this new system of compulsory integration (i.e. Compulsory Inclusionism) has passed the test of time.
1. It is important to note that certainly there were societies prior to 1964 that had a different religious group(s) or a different linguistic group(s), and even a few with a different racial group(s) within its geographic area. However, what is indisputable, and a point of supreme importance here, is that there was always one Dominant Male Group (DMG) that constituted the society’s power structure; and it (the Dominant Male Group, or the DMG) was always based on the three similar characteristics of race, language and religion .

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