Anonymous 03/20/2017 (Mon) 05:58:48 Id: 044a77 No. 34833 del
Much of the genre is based on the premise of "constant progress" and linear history, overlooking all the rises and falls of past civilizations, presuming there will never be another dark age in the naive optimism modernity will never collapse under its own corruption and decadence.
Overt promotion of globalism is likewise commonplace, because of the political incorrectness of a much more plausible scenario: a handful of white majority superpowers becoming Type 1 civilizations by themselves, should they ever solve the Jewish Question and free themselves from such deadly pathological and dysgenic parasite before they are wiped out demographically, colonizing other planets independently and concurrently, a thought (((typical science fiction authors))) do not want their readers to have.
The only Science Fiction books that depict globalist "multicultural" governments with some believability are books like 1984 and Brave New World.