Sunday, July 30, 2017

[uqnjpknp] Second-world country

A heterogeneous country, a diverse collection of different cultures, multicultural, enjoys agility and faster recovery in the face of changing conditions, but also suffers internal conflict between those cultures.

Meanwhile, a homogenous country, monocultural, can suffer society-wise devastation if conditions change to become unfavorable to the monoculture, but enjoys the high productivity of less internal conflict when conditions are favorable.

Therefore, if living in a multicultural country, consider the mindset of resigning yourself to not getting along, not being as productive as monocultural countries (until a shock occurs).

There's a perverse incentive to cause the shock.

However, perhaps every country is actually multicultural, having a stratified society to allocate labor.

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