Asked for examples of other places (besides N.A.) where imposed colonial rule would be a good thing, Patrickov wrote:...China. Period.
And do not get me started with all those tribal regimes in the Middle East and Africa....
A lot of North Americans have the same PIONEER spirit as Patrickov is emanating in this thread.
North America's official history is about the heroic risks and amazing resilience of its white European PIONEERS.
Because the entire planet is now over-populated, and polluted, today's PIONEERS find their greatest hope in novelty - in new technolgies that haven't been proven to fail yet. Every single one is heralded as the new messiah.
To this day, many residents of North America find their greatest pride in the way that two corporate-created states continue to PIONEER new technologies and behaviorism, and to impose them all over the globe through military violence and economic extortion.
And of course, this leads to a lot of people in North America finding inspiration in being a PIONEER
Harvey Weinstein says he is a pioneer
in advancing the careers of women in the film industry.
'I made more movies directed by women and about women than any filmmaker... I did it first! I pioneered it,' Harvey Weinstein declared in an interview in which he decried being 'forgotten' since being accused of sexual misconduct by scores of women. (Mark Lennihan/The Associated Press)
Harvey Weinstein should understand that North American PIONEER spirit
more than most of us. He's in the Cowboy-and-Injun industry, after all.
"a nation of passive Eichmanns, who sit in their living rooms, popping pills and watching television as their country’s military machine mows down people by the millions"
- Jim Garrison, 1969