The purpose of the Homeland Institute is to explore the negative effects of globalization and multiculturalism on historic homelands and to propose workable and humane alternatives.
The dominant political and cultural consensus is that there can never be too much multiculturalism and globalization. This is obviously false. There can be too much of anything, even good things.
Treating contested political goals like globalization and multiculturalism as absolute values is no way to run a society. It polarizes the population into irreconcilable camps, which makes democratic governance impossible, and it turns globalization and multiculturalism into Molochs, before which all other social values must be immolated. Political wisdom does not pursue goals heedless of costs and consequences. Political wisdom is knowing when enough is enough.
The reckless pursuit of multiculturalism and globalization has led to a predictable backlash: the rise of national populism and the destabilization of the post-World War II political establishment.
The Homeland Institute challenges the established consensus on multiculturalism and globalization. We focus on (1) the destruction of distinct nations and communities by multiculturalism and replacement migration, now known as the Great Replacement, and (2) the collapse of First World living standards and technological dynamism due to the quest for cheap labor—either by importing immigrants to undercut domestic wages or by exporting production to the Third World.
The Homeland Institute will promote its goals in four principal ways. First, we will create new social scientific studies of the consequences of multiculturalism and globalization. Second, we will comment on existing studies and policies. Third, we will explore the principal moral rationales for globalization, multiculturalism, and the Great Replacement. Finally, we will explore sensible and humane alternatives to multiculturalism and globalization on all levels of society, from neighborhoods and school districts to nation states and transnational organizations.
The Homeland Institute is primarily an educational organization. We will propose alternative policies and legislation, but we are not allowed to lobby for legislation or endorse political candidates.
For more information about the Homeland Institute and its programs, contact Executive Director David Zsutty at [email protected].
The Homeland Institute is based in the United States. It is classified by the US Internal Revenue Service as a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt educational corporation. Donations to the Homeland Institute are deductible from US federal income taxes. To support the Homeland Institute, please visit our Donate page.