Where-ever humans have gone we have interbred. We have even shared our genes with Neanderthals and would have done with sheep, chickens and horses if it was possible. We have never met up with a group of other humans that we haven’t had sex with. That seems to be human nature.
In that respect we are a bit like bonobos – our closest relatives. They use sex as a means of interacting, for social discourse, and to relieve anxiety and tension.
Human beings like to explore, disperse, discover, trade and have sex.
Now we have transport that gives us access to the whole world we are busy having sex with people from all different cultures and races.
If we survive long enough we will have uniformly dispersed and interacted so that all racial boundaries are blurred. Given enough time racism and nations will be obsolete. We will all be one people.
Sex is the biggest weapon in our armoury. It brings us together in a way that laws could not manage. Sex brought down apartheid. When you start having to try to split up a single family into different races you know you’re on a loser. In the future there will be one human culture with a multitude of historical threads.
For those of you desperate to hang on to the purity of your culture I’ve got news for you – you’re on a loser! You can’t hold back the tide. Biology will always win. Your sons and daughters will marry people from other races. Sex always wins.
The future is varied!
Sex will ultimately solve all our problems and enable us to think globally. Long live sex!!
Human beings are the most dominant force on the planet because of our ability to create and buy into unifying abstract ideas such as money, nations and religions.
These things are purely subjective but our psychological commitment makes them real.
We are brought up in societies where every person around us, every ritual and action, plus all the edifices, reinforces the myth and unifies the population into believing the story.
There is a god in heaven. We know this even though we have never seen him, because all our family believe it, the community all come together to makes sacrifices, perform rituals, feasts, ceremonies and offerings, and there are strict dietary requirements to conform to, dress codes to follow and daily prayers, and there are huge temples, synagogues, cathedrals and mosques all built in his name. Why would anybody commit such huge resources over hundreds of generations if it wasn’t true?
Every day we are regaled with tales of heaven and hell in great detail. These tales are so intricate, so lavish, so universally accepted that it must be true. So we commit to the story and become part of the myth. We pass it on to our children.
Likewise with nations. We buy into the patriotic myth of an artificially produced country that was invented by people. It protects us, gives us opportunities, rights and freedoms and we believe it is better than other countries because we have bought into the myth of its greatness. Along with everyone else we stand for our anthem, salute the flag and say our pledge of allegiance. We buy into the myth of its shared history, past glories, heroic struggles, the sacrifice of its heroes, the endurance of its citizens and the unique attributes of its people. These attributes, usually racially founded, give our nation supremacy over others.
Then there’s money.