On Multiculturalism, Christianity, and Cultural Subversion

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A compilation of older headlines from A Ruby in the Rough:


 

Multiculturalism, the policy of maintaining more than one culture within a community or nation, is the official governmental policy of many nations.  Yet, is this policy truly feasible in the long-term?  Here are some quotes giving food for thought:

From “Multiculturalism: Its Real Nature And Origin” by Philip Atkinson (March 2003):

Multiculturalism is a denial of the simple truth that cultures clash.

From “The Failure of Multiculturalism” by J. Parnell McCarter, Puritan News Weekly Running Comments, 8/10/11:

Multiculturalism has been a tremendous failure.  It makes for an unstable and contentious society, where each ethnic group battles for control of the nation, instead of living peaceably as neighboring nations…

Multiculturalism is just a euphemistic word for invasion by foreigners, but where the host country has invited the invaders in.

From “How to Destroy America: A Speech by Governor Lamm” by Frosty Wooldridge, NewsWithViews.com, February 27, 2012:

Here is how they destroyed their countries,” Lamm said. “First, turn America into a bilingual or multi lingual and bicultural country. History shows that no nation can survive the tension, conflict and antagonism of two or more competing languages and cultures. It is a blessing for an individual to be bilingual; however, it is a curse for a society to be bilingual. The historical scholar Seymour Lipset put it this way, “The histories of bilingual and bicultural societies that do not assimilate are histories of turmoil, tension and tragedy. Canada, Belgium, Malaysia, Lebanon—all face crises of national existence in which minorities press for autonomy, if not independence. Pakistan and Cyprus have divided. Nigeria suppressed an ethnic rebellion. France faces difficulties with Basques, Bretons and Corsicans.”

Lamm continued on how to destroy America, “Invent ‘multiculturalism’ and encourage immigrants to maintain their own culture. I would make it an article of belief that all cultures are equal. That there are no cultural differences!”

From “Liberal Illiberalism” by Victor Davis Hanson, Works and Days, March 18, 2012:

Multiculturalism. Multiculturalism is another unkind dogma — the very notion that all cultures are professed equal, and those in the West often have a particular obligation to elevate illiberal and intolerant systems above their own in recompense for their supposedly ill-gotten prosperity and success…

All over the Middle East, Christians and Jews are treated as untermenschen (only in Israel are they safe), and in immoral fashion we believe that our multicultural fides exempt us from the fact that we are quite callous and unapologetically uncaring over the plight of tens of thousands.

From “Merkel says German multicultural society has failed” by BBC News Europe, October 7, 2010:

Attempts to build a multicultural society in Germany have “utterly failed”, Chancellor Angela Merkel says…

“And of course, the approach [to build] a multicultural [society] and to live side-by-side and to enjoy each other… has failed, utterly failed.”…

From “Adopt our values or stay away, says Blair” by Philip Johnston, The Telegraph, December 9, 2006:

Tony Blair formally declared Britain’s multicultural experiment over yesterday as he told immigrants they had ”a duty” to integrate with the mainstream of society.

From “Tony Blair Renounces Multiculturalism – sort of” by Robert Spencer, FrontPage Magazine, December 13, 2006:

Blair … explained: “It is not that we need to dispense with multicultural Britain. On the contrary we should continue celebrating it. But we need – in the face of the challenge to our values – to re-assert also the duty to integrate, to stress what we hold in common [“respect for this country and its shared heritage,” “belief in democracy, the rule of law, tolerance, equal treatment for all”] and to say: these are the shared boundaries within which we all are obliged to live, precisely in order to preserve our right to our own different faiths, races and creeds.”

From “France’s Sarkozy: Multiculturalism a failure” by Reuters, YNet news, February 11, 2011:

It’s a failure,” Sarkozy said of multiculturalism. “The truth is that, in all our democracies, we’ve been too concerned about the identity of the new arrivals and not enough about the identity of the country receiving them.”

Michael Coren Interviews Douglas Murray: Is Multiculturalism Working……?  Watch a video discussing Sarkozy’s comment and multiculturalism in general here.

From “Lecturer to speak about the problems with multiculturalism” by Danielle Wong, The Hamilton Spectator, February 21, 2012, page A6, detailing an interview with Salim Mansur, a Western University professor:

The “delectable lie” is the core idea of multiculturalism in Canada that all cultures are equal and deserve equal treatment,..

“When one examines this argument, a number of things jump up — on what basis are all (cultures) equal?  There has to be one basic standard of judging.”…

“The idea of collective rights and group rights in Canada cannot coexist with individual rights.  Which is the higher right?  Which is the higher value?”…

“…we’re becoming a society of political correctness.”

From “The Ghost of P.E. Trudeau smirks again” by Dick Field, Canada Free Press, February 8, 2012:

Going through my mind again and again was the fact that I, as a World War II combat veteran, 87 years of age, have to sit and bear witness to work of thousands of thankless unseen enablers who have twisted every law in the book in the attempt to create a pro-French, pro-minority ruled Canada.  Most stomach churning though, was my incessant vision of P.E. Trudeau’s Charter of Rights and Freedoms, here once again being used to carry on with the obliteration of all Canada’s former laws and every principle of law that upheld the freedoms that I and millions of others had fought for.

From “Charting a path to tyranny? Canada’s Charter of Rights and Freedoms was always meant to be revolutionary” by Michael Wagner, Originally published in the January 2011 issue of Reformed Perspective magazine (www.reformedperspective.ca) pages 8-9, Association for Reformed Political Action:

Why aren’t Christians’ religious freedom or freedom of expression protected…?…

What if the framers of the Charter saw the historically Christian basis of Canada as an obstacle to be removed?…

Thus to reject this system [British common law] was to reject the special place that Christianity had in undergirding Canadians’ historic rights and freedoms….

The changes … wrought in Canadian society as a result of court decisions (and political decisions) based on the Charter are the natural consequence of that document…  The judges… support the Charter’s secular humanist worldview, but they are truly following its original intent rather than making it up as they go.

Is there an alternative to multiculturalism?  Consider Christian ethnic homeland nationalism, a proposal by J. Parnell McCarter:

From “The Failure of Multiculturalism” by J. Parnell McCarter, Puritan News Weekly Running Comments, 8/10/11:

Christian ethnic homeland nationalism would

allow each ethnic group to have its own homeland nation where that ethnicity is allowed to preserve its cultural heritage within the bounds of Biblical Christian principles.  Bible-based Christian ethnic nationalism does not call for ethnically pure nations (which is really impossible anyway), but allows each ethnic group to dominate its own ethnic homeland nation and requires outside ethnic people living in that homeland to assimilate into that homeland culture.

For more information on Christian ethnic homeland nationalism, visit J. Parnell McCarter’s Society for the Promotion of Christian Ethnic Homeland Nations and WASPs Have a Right to Homelands Too!

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