I'd like honest, rational answers here. Whether you're motivated by socioeconomic status, religious beliefs, or just because your parents believed exactly the same thing, why do you believe in maintaining a broken system? Even a blind cave fish could tell you that demographics have changed, and the libertarian Christain white society that you try to "maintain" hasn't existed in a very, very long time. So, why do you believe in what you do?
Let me provide an example to illustrate why your position is, in effect, doomed. In the mid-late eighteenth century, France was dominated an absolutist king and the aristocrats, who ensured that all legislation passed by the monarchy favored them. In the wake of a massive economic crash (at one point, half of the French government's income went to paying the INTEREST of their debt), the poor bore the burden of the nation's debt (as the aristocracy and the clergy were exempt from taxes). And, just a few years later, that is why France had a revolution.
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