- Jun 17, 2017
I'd honestly be a lot more concerned about exposing kids to the brainwash of popular culture than exposing them to two different cultural backgrounds. As a European there are some things I love about Europe (Beethoven) and things I'm not such a big fan of (colonialism). Hopefully if I do end up having kids with this lady they'll be exposed to the better parts of both of our cultures and have a wider perspective on things.perhaps you wont but your kids will.
Generally I feel that it's healthier to identify as "human being" than as "European", "African", "American" etc.
Well I do think that it is important to preserve the positive aspects of national cultures. For example I really love folk music. But I think that the major threat is the uprooted and empty (mostly American) pop culture and the remedy has more to do with learning to appreciate the beauty and wisdom of our ancestors art, philosophy etc than trying to preserve some so-called racial purity or whatever.In other words globalism. While you may not agree, I’d hope you at least see why people are against this type of thinking. I mean on this type of website and all.