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Photoshopped diversity picture on the cover of the Biden ODNI annual report. The woman in the wheelchair (left) and blind man with service dog (right) are airbrushed in.[1]

Diversity refers to racial, religious, cultural, and other "diversity" being increasingly promoted within a single society. Racial diversity is the blending of many ethnic backgrounds, and is used to justify the practice of affirmative action. "Diversity" is also used as an excuse for the promotion or toleration of abnormal sexual practices, and for the redefinition of marriage away from the traditional definition of one man, one woman. "Diversity hiring" is also a currently fashionable business buzzword. Many times, it is used under leftist politics, especially in the aforementioned usages of affirmative action and redefining marriage.

Nowadays, so-called "diversity" is a code word for the political doctrine of multiculturalism.[2] Contrary to what liberals and globalists argue, diversity and multiculturalism lead to national disunity, weakening, and ultimately, destruction.[3][4]

According to leftists and globalists, diversity excludes ethnic Russians by birth, Russian speaking people, the Russian language, history, culture, literature, music, and traditions.

Atheism and diversity

See also: Atheism and diversity

As far as the issue of diversity within the atheist population, compared to Christianity, atheism has a significantly less degree of cultural/geographic, racial, gender and personal wealth diversity (see: Atheism and diversity).

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  1. https://nypost.com/2021/07/09/intelligence-agency-busted-for-blatant-photoshop-job-on-report-cover/
  2. Scott Lively (2009). "8: Understanding “Gayspeak”", Redeeming the Rainbow: A Christian Response to the "Gay" Agenda, 1 (Version 1.1), Veritas Aeterna Press, 104. 
  3. Duke, Selwyn (January 19, 2018). Intensifying Diversity Means National Destruction. The New American. Retrieved January 19, 2018.
  4. Buchanan, Patrick J. (September 14, 2018). The Unpardonable Heresy of Tucker Carlson. The New American. Retrieved September 15, 2018.