Wednesday, August 15, 2007
State Nihilism has Installed Anti-Discrimination as an Anti-Ethics, in the Place Where Real Values Should Be
Anti-discrimination is not a new value system or code of ethics; but a nihilistic replacement for real ones: it is an anti-ethics. Insofar as it is political, anti-discrimination establishes its rule by aggression, and annihilates real values, which involve a requirement for some sort of discrimination. The more a traditional value or ideal would have us discriminate more rather than less, the regime of anti-discrimination tends to subvert and obliterate that value or ideal.