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Sunday, 13 February 2011

Is it Multiculturalism Which Has Failed? or rather the entire policy of mass Third World immigration?

Is it Multiculturalism Which Has Failed? 

The British National Party Newsroom 

Much ado has been made of Mr Cameron’s recent announcement in this regard, and he has even been accused of “racism” and “stoking racial tension.”
However, a closer analysis of what Mr Cameron — and these other leaders — actually means by their statements reveals that they have not admitted that their policies of flooding European countries with Third World immigrants is wrong.
On the contrary.
What Mr Cameron and his ilk actually mean is that their policy of allowing separate cultures and identities to be maintained by immigrant groups after they moved to First World countries, is wrong.
In other words, Mr Cameron believes that the problem is that there has not been enough integration, and what is needed is even more mixing.
According to Mr Cameron, the problem only lies in the fact that these immigrants have not been forced to adopt First World culture, and have been allowed to continue with their Third World culture and traditions.
This bizarre worldview is the liberal mindset’s latest trick to try and explain why the policy which they have endorsed for the last 50 years — mass Third World immigration — has not led to peace and harmony, but rather social discord and the wholesale importation of Third World poverty, chaos and lately, even terrorism.
In his now ‘infamous’ speech in Munich last weekend, Mr Cameron claimed that “we must build stronger societies and stronger identities at home.  Frankly, we need a lot less of the passive tolerance of recent years and a much more active, muscular liberalism.”
According to Mr Cameron, a “passively tolerant society says to its citizens, as long as you obey the law we will just leave you alone.  It stands neutral between different values.”
And therein lies the rub.
The liberal mindset has claimed for the past 50 years that “diversity” would bring harmony and that “multiculturalism” was a good thing which would broaden peoples’ worldview and make them more tolerant.
The opposite has of course happened, as racial tensions have spiralled upwards in all First World nations subjected to this insanity.
Now, Mr Cameron has argued, that there must be a change. Immigrants, he said, must be “educated in the elements of a common culture and curriculum. It will also help build stronger pride in local identity, so people feel free to say, ‘Yes, I am a Muslim, I am a Hindu, I am Christian, but I am also a Londonder or a Berliner too’. It’s that identity, that feeling of belonging in our countries, that I believe is the key to achieving true cohesion.”
Mr Cameron is wrong. It is not the lack of a “common identity” which is to blame for the disaster  which Britain and other First World nations face.
Rather, it is the policy of mass immigration itself which is the cause of the problem, not the maintenance of separate cultures by immigrant groups.
“Multiculturalism” is, of course, doomed to failure as well. But this is not, per se, the problem. The real danger facing Britain is not if there is a policy of multiculturalism, but rather if the indigenous British people continue to exist or not.
Multiculturalism is a disaster, but forced integration into a “common culture” which will see the British people extinguished, is a disaster of equally great proportions.
This is the truth, and no amount of chameleon-like distortions by the fraudster establishment politicians can disguise it.
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