Why are many big cities liberal?

Do you wonder why many big cities are liberal?

It’s not plainly obvious to the people that live in major cities (and around 70% of the populous lives in those major cities…) All those “big cities” (think: NYC, LA, Chicago, etc.) have always been considered “liberal” cities.

Better yet – HOW AND WHY?

You see – the same middle-class person “working” in a big city is just as affected by the so-called “laws” of this nation as a person working in a rural area.

So why are rural areas more “conservative?”

Why do these people have different beliefs and ideologies?

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Individualism vs. Herds

Some might suggest that those who thrive by themselves with minimal help from others – are typically on the conservative side. And over time, the “handlers” of society have been shoving more and more people into these big cities, creating “dependents.” In fact, making it harder and harder to be out there “in the wild.”

Wait long enough (just a few generations), and you have millions of people who know NOTHING BUT liberalism.

Only the strongest people can “wake up” and shed the biases they’ve been conditioned by.

Nature vs. City – A bad divorce?

urban-dependencyI recently had an intellectual discussion with a friend of mine about this very subject.

And we determined that people living in cities are essentially “divorced” from Mother Nature (as much as their roof-top gardens and farmers’ markets tell them otherwise).

That divorce – may essentially be the ROOT of the urban / liberal issue.

When people live in any big city, they provide ZERO sustenance for themselves. They do not sow. They do not reap.

However, they’re entirely dependent on the production OF OTHERS that they will NEVER interact with. You know, those “rural folk” that they make fun of while they sip $25 mojito’s on a rooftop building bar.

Those “urbanites” that have been re-defining reality – pretty much live in a “conceptual” world, rather than a natural one.

Dependency = “children”

What do they do when they’re hungry? Well, they simply go to the “store” and buy food. Therefore, “stores” and the swap of fiat money are their source of nourishment. Other people in the world are hungry? “They just need more money and more stores!” That is their reality – and it isn’t the truth.

They care not about the knowledge and wisdom that accompanies understanding that fickle mother nature – which is a true template for life on this planet.

farming-by-handThe reason cities actually function these days is due to the sickening DEPENDENCY on others. Who do not live in the city… Ironic, eh?

Water is pumped from afar, food is shipped in, trash is conveniently hauled safely away from you, and electricity is wired in from distant plants just far enough away from your “comfort zone.”

Even people that work in (provide a lifeline to) those cities – often flow in from distant lands outside that very “concrete jungle.”

You would think that someone living in the city is “self-sufficient,” based on just the social, monetary, human energy that exists – when in fact it’s like a psychiatric ward of dependent children!

And because of that fact, the “cities” themselves behave like children: Making demands, having self-centered emotions, and almost always drawing attention to themselves (especially in risky situations). They are convinced they’re mature and sophisticated when they are anything BUT.

In fact – cities contain the most provincial, bigoted, close-minded and intolerant people on Planet Earth. “The epicenter of urbanity is the where the devil lives.”

Everything else is some “hick town” out in the middle of nowhere.

This famous cover of the New Yorker magazine depicts how professional urban-dwellers see the rest of the world:

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Liberal vs. Conservative views on life & and where to live

We’ve said this in the past, with regards to CHOOSING to live in risk-prone areas (like near a massive body of water, or active volcano). Should you alone be responsible for your choice to live near a known risk zone? Or should “big brother” fix the problem?

Every so often, a hurricane or other natural disaster will destroy homes and displace families.

The “liberal” solution is to create bloated agencies fully staffed with employees to deal with those emergencies. They develop comprehensive plans to help “rebuild,” have insurance to replace the homes and businesses, etc.

The “conservative” method is quite different. They’d suggest using areas like we described for recreational purposes only – not permanent living. A person with common sense understands that low-lying coastal areas are prone to events like Hurricanes – and would deem them unfit for permanent residences (or at least “at your own risk.”)

The “liberal” mindset changes nothing. Does not PREVENT repeated events, and costs a shitload more to mitigate, wastes materials, energy, human labor, and pollutes the environment!

The “conservative” approach takes nature into account, and would put people and businesses in places where they are FAR LESS LIKELY to suffer loss – while conserving energy, labor, and material. Yet it would still allow for enjoyment of those areas during all other times when it is possible to utilize the benefits and natural beauty of the area.

Force over others never ends well

A more concise way to say what we just said:

  • The liberal mindset is to impose human ideas in order to influence nature.
  • The conservative mindset tries to alter human behavior to conform to nature.

These two cannot exist together in harmony because it is an antagonistic system of resolution that by its very design leads to terrible conflict.

All of it is based on a misunderstanding of reality on the part of those liberal minds. One requires FORCE to IMPOSE – and the other just acceptance. One is impossible over the long-term, while the other is quite easy.

The bigger question is – how to make the country great again when the decline has had such a tremendous head-start.

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4 Comments on "Why are many big cities liberal?"

trueblue11
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trueblue11

rural = inbred?

HansBrix
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HansBrix

You don’t need to leave NYC to see groups affected by diseases and other afflictions caused by recessive genes coming to the surface.

john14
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john14

That’s why cities are liberal because everyone googles everything for their facts.

The farming culture in the country may have been killed by the Democrats, but generations of people are still of that mentality even though most food is now controlled by BigAg. And yes Wal-Mart has played a big role too.

It’s not stupid to try and take advantage of FEMA funds while you still can. But states really need to be on their own then it comes to natural disasters. Everyone will try to get their piece of the pie while available.

The whole political system as it stands is corrupt and needs to change.

briank
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briank

So if you live in a rural area you grow your own food? A quick google search shows that less than 2% of the US population works in agriculture or ranching. So i doubt that all those rural folks are growing their own food. Pretty sure they just go to a Super Wal-Mart.
People down live in dangerous areas in conservative areas? How about the massive flooding this summer in Texas? What about the casinos on the Gulf Coast destroyed by Katrina (that area is as built up as Atlantic City)? These are some mighty big generalizations you throw out. What I will point out is that many of those congressmen from conservative red states who voted for Katrina relief funds for their states then voted against the same thing for Sandy relief. Ted Cruz voted against Sandy funds but then asked for FEMA funds when parts of Texas flooded. Another TX congressman Bill Flores voted against Sandy but then asked for FEMA funds after the plant explosion in West, Texas. So conservative when it’s not them, but all for big bloated FEMA when they are the ones who are affected. Interesting.
And maybe big cities are liberal because they are exposed to different people, from different parts of the world, with different ideas and experiences, instead of a completely homogenous population.

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