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Multiculturalism: A Great Topic to Use
« on: February 13, 2019, 02:50:47 PM »

I realize talking to Leftists is like talking to children, but some of them claim to base their beliefs on facts which gives us an opening. That opening is Multiculturalism, which many Progressives and Leftists believe in with all their hearts. I'm glad they do, because Multiculturalism is a theory which has been tried, and tried and tried again; and has failed every time. There are literally too many examples, so let's just take three: the Soviet Union, Austro-Hungarian Empire and Czechoslovakia.

Ethnic groups in the Soviet Union

The Soviet Union was composed of more than 100 distinct national ethnicities living within its borders. When it split up in 1991, these fractured into at least 15 countries:  Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Estonia, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Latvia, Lithuania, Moldova, Russia, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Ukraine, and Uzbekistan. But why? If multiculturalism is such a great idea, why didn't these different ethnic and racial groups want to live together? Because, given a choice, people want to live among their own, want to run their own affairs. OK, another case.

The Austro-Hungarian Empire of the late 19th Century was another multicultural conglomerate. The two main parties were the Austrians and the Hungarians. The Hungarians objected to paying for the national army and instead funded their own military police. This was the main reason Austria got rebuffed by the Serbs when they invaded Serbia (and started WWI). Why didn't the Hungarians like the Austrians? Well, they wern't Hungarians. Simple enough.

Czechoslovakia was a simpler problem, a two-part country cobbled together by the Peace Conference in Paris in 1919. After 74 years of living together, the Czechs and the Slovaks went through a "divorce" and separated 1 January 1993. Despite numerous things in common, the differences in their cultures could not be overcome.

Since countries are just extended families, ask a Progressive how long he or she would like to live with someone else's Aunt, Uncle and kids in the same house. Point out that in all the cases mentioned, the different ethnic groups felt exactly the same about their neighbours as you would with your Uncle's family. Multiculturalism doesn't work because human nature rebels at the idea of other people running our lives, or interfering in our lives. That's why official multiculturalism in Canada is a lie and any genuine attempt to make it work will fail. All the issues we've had with French Canada have been because we've been trying to fit the French culture into the English Parliamentary system. Imagine how much worse it's going to be when Vancouver delares itself a tri-lingual city with Mandarin as an official language.

In conclusion you can say you believe in Wilsonian democracy, a country for each people; in other words, the exact opposite of multiculturalism. And say that includes the Kurds; a people without a country who deserve to have one. Oh, and Syria? Another multicultural country.
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Re: Multiculturalism: A Great Topic to Use
« Reply #1 on: February 14, 2019, 04:07:46 AM »

The State should never attempt to be everything for everyone. Right now that is exactly what we have except that the State is seeking to replace its founding culture.
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Re: Multiculturalism: A Great Topic to Use
« Reply #2 on: September 25, 2019, 11:46:56 PM »

Just read this great article based on science.
Pretty clear explanation of the importance of evolution and respect for each race.

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