You can take it to a philosophical level: Style is about the choices you make to create the aspects of civilization that you wish to uphold. I will buy a chair for my house. What style of chair are you gonna buy? Everything we look at and choose is some way of expressing how we want to be perceived. I mean, why bother choosing a chair because it looks a certain way? Because there’s gonna be something about that chair that says something about you…And it applies to everything you do. Not just the chair, not just the pair of socks, but it applies to the woman that you choose to be with. It applies to people who say. ‘I gotta live in the country,’ not because they are ‘country people’ - I mean, were they born with different genes that make them ‘country people’? No. There’s something about the style of living in the country that they feel, ‘This is what represents me.’ So style is about the philosophy of how we create our civilization.
Genocide, the physical extinction of a people, is universally condemned, but ethnocide, the destruction of people’s way of life, is not only not condemned, it’s universally celebrated as part of a development strategy.