How to be a modern and global citizen

Monument to Multiculturalism, Francesco Perilli, Toronto.

Also published on my Wordpress blog.

*puts on a mask*

Do you want to be a person of global capacity? Are you tired of belonging to people with backwarded cultures? Do you want to belong to people who hate their roots with a passion? Well, I can show you how to be culturally genocidal. First thing first, only embrace important cultures.

When I said “important” cultures, I meant the most popular ones. It is just logic that popularity equals worthiness. Popularity trumps over anything. In globally-adored popular culture, they are often portrayed as the most superior. We should just take that for granted. There is no reason for the people involved to be culturally bias. Why would they? As I said, their cultures are more important. So, it is impossible for them to be wrong.

As languages are a part of cultures, we should also stick to the most spoken languages like English, Spanish, Arabic, Indonesian/Malay, Mandarin, French, Russian, Hindi…….

…..Wait, no! Just stick to English! Because it is the most learned language on earth, why bother learn the rest? English is obviously the winner. In true competitions, losers must not only be ignored, they also must be viciously destroyed.

I am tired of retards who defend those backwarded cultures. They either cannot bring development or they are almost forgotten. Reforming them? Bitch, please! Cultures are rigid, never-changing and entirely black-and-white objects; only imbeciles who don’t study history would think otherwise*. Replacement, not reformation, is the only solution. Also, as I said before, a culture’s worth is superficially defined by its popularity. We should prey the ones that are on their deathbeds. They are so vulnerable, it would be so easy to murder them! If only more of them are this vulnerable. That would be nice for the cowardly weaklings among us.

Why do I choose this brutal method? Why can’t we both traditional and modern? Both local and global? As I said before, cultures are rigid and entirely black-and-white entities that cannot evolve. They also cannot fuse with or influenced by each other. That is just impossible! Just give me one culture that interacts with another! Just one! See? You can’t give me one.** So, we have to make a choice. It is either you keep embracing that backwarded regional identity of yours or you choose to be modern and civilised with the global identity. I hope….

*points gun at your head*

….you choose the latter.

*takes off the mask*

*Find me a culture that never changes. Not even the most isolated ones are static.

**Find me a completely isolated culture. Just one.