Istanbuller wrote:This is not true. Conservatism is an Anglo-Saxon tradition. The ideology comes from within it. You don't have a different conservative ideology over places and time. Almost all conservatives intellectuals came from Britain and America. We, outsiders, learned and embraced it through education.
Conservative principles are clear. It doesn't make universal health care conservative just because some politicians do not stay strong and fall to traps.
While conservativism encompasses a diversity of beliefs within the Anglosphere, there are conservatives outside of the Anglosphere. Former European colonies like Latin America also tend towards a spectrum of progressive and conservative beliefs.
And then there are, of course, Muslims. It would be incorrect to argue that there are no conservative Muslims, and that the beliefs of these conservative Muslims would be significantly different from conservatives in other places and times, such as US conservatives.
Roman Empire, invaded by barbarian tribes and fall apart as a result of mass migration.
Byzantine, invaded and looted by Latins and later fell slave to Ottomans. Greece did not re-exist as a country until the first world war. Population exchanges and forcing non-Greeks emigration made Greece possible again.
Abbasid Caliphate, raped by Mongol hordes. Arabs never emerged as a powerhouse again after this defeat and mass migration of Mongol tribes.
Armenia, lost all of its territories due to mass migration of Mongols and later Ottoman Muslims. Armenian identity is completely lost and today people who call themselves Armenian are not really ethnically Armenian.
Tatars, lost their all racial traits due to Russian invasion and Sovietization.
Uyghurs, once upon a time an independent country and now a Chinese backdoor which is being heavily populated by Chinese.
Palestine, sons and daughters of Prophet Mohammed. Once upon a time they were known as smartest Arab fraction and nation. Now it is not even recognized as a country. Jewish people took their lands forcefully.
South Africa, a journey from first world country to third world country. It was the shining star of Africa.
British overseas territories, were glories of "the empire on which the sun never sets". Now backward places populated by Asian and African migrants.
I certainly hope that immigration destroys the cultures that receive said migration.
The British empire, for example, was genocidal. If mere immigration can put a stop to that, then let us open the floodgates!
There is a crack in everything,
That's how the light gets in...