Reading Morality of Survival, the thought occurred to me (as intended by the author), that any morality could be used to configure a social order. The sustainability of each such order would demonstrate the efficacy of the moral principles to which the practical design conforms. Evolution would decide the issue of sustainability.
Each practical expression of morality has weaknesses, the most evident nowadays are:
1 special interest groups (eg. Zionists, NeoCons) have the ability to outwit the masses (who are not special); and
2 the non-special masses cannot raise an effective defense for various reasons, but the major one of importance is that members of 1 ignore the present morality, acting on the ways of power, like as such discussed in Machiavelli's The Prince. "Christian charity will prove itself powerless" against these cruel ways.
Garrett Hardin writes: "The essential characteristic of a tribe is that it should follow a double standard of morality -- one kind of behavior for in-group relations, another for out-group."
Survival is the ultimate principle upon which all enduring moral systems must be based.
Without the West, will the spirit of individual liberty persevere? The Map of Freedom suggests not. Despite the tendency of liberals to denigrate the only culture on earth that would tolerate their presence, these virtues (a fondness for personal freedom, an independence of spirit, an unusually high status accorded women and a deep affection for the land) uniquely characterize only Europeans and their civilization.
the only moral principle Nature recognizes: for those who live in harmony with Nature, survival is moral. For those who do not, the penalty is extinction.
searching for publications mentioned in the essay (original, or reviews of)
1 The Camp Of The Saints, Jean Raspail (a fictionalized authentic documentary)
2 Destiny of Angels, Richard McCulloch (see link, item 23 below, but see this about author )
3 Discriminating Altruisms 1982, Garrett Hardin (see also)
4 The Path to National Suicide: An Essay on Immigration and Multiculturalism, by Lawrence Auster
5 TIME magazine cover
6 Race, Evolution, and Behavior: A Life History Perspective (abridged), Philippe Rushton
7 A New Theory of Human Evolution 1948, Sir Arthur Keith
8 Creative Altruism; An Ecologist Questions Motives (no free copy found), Garrett Hardin,
but see Lethal Gene, Masters
9 The Mammals of North America, Raymond Hall
10 The Passing of the Great Race Madison Grant (see also review by Noel Hartman)
11 The Rising Tide of Color Against White World-Supremacy Lothrop Stoddard
12 Why Civilizations Self-Destruct, Elmer Pendell
13 The Limits of Altruism: an Ecologist's view of Survival (1977), Garrett Hardin (no free copy found,
but see Moving Beyond Intractability, Burgess) (see also) (and this)
14 Hereditary Genius (1869), Francis Galton
15 An Economic History of Rome, Tenny Frank (select from list)
16 The History of Rome (1854), Theodor Mommsen
17 The Passing of the European Age (1944), Eric Fischer (no free copy or review found)
18 The Challenge of Man's Future, Harrison Brown (4 pg review)
19 Notes on Virginia, Thomas Jefferson
20 America Balkanized, Brent Nelson (see also)
21 Virginia Declaration of Rights George Mason
22 A New Morality From Science: Beyondism Raymond Cattell
23 The Ethnostate Richard McCulloch see also
24 The Decline of the West, Oswald Spengler
25 Machiavelli's The Prince, per Cliff's Notes, and per Sparknotes
This post has become one of a series (yet to be transferred from reddit as of now, Aug.7.2020). But note that the ideas expressed above are focused on social movements. One person (except a very special celebrity) cannot change the world, but everyone can change their own private world. If SEGREGATION is the answer to social problems, that can be applied to one's own life, namely to self-segregate to a safe space, if you can find one.
Freedomap 2019 warning: Freedom House is a Globalism shill.
America Alone, End of the World as We Know It author Mark Steyn, Hooverinst 2010 38 min