If this article makes you angry how
can you argue that Multiculturalism
is not designed to polarize society?
E Pluribus Unum?
|This is banned but separation is not|
the policy of encouraging the
separate development of several
cultures within a nation state. It
is not about having Curry Houses and
Balti restaurants, these just make
for a varied national culture, it is
not about hip hop or the Chinese New
Year, multiculturalism is about
encouraging people from different
backgrounds to develop separately
from the rest of society.
Multiculturalism is not about
diversity, it is a political
movement with a clear and deliberate
policy of deconstructing national
cultures in favour of many separate
cultures. It is a sad truth that 90%
of those who say they support
multiculturalism are actually
anti-racist and pro-diversity: they
have got no idea that when they say
they support "multiculturalism" they
are supporting a subversive
political and philosophical movement
within Western countries. It is
probably the support of this
ignorant faction that has allowed
Multiculturalism, which is another
word for "separate development" (in
Afrikaans 'apartheid'), to become so
embedded in Britain.
Britain was a policy implemented by
New Labour with the intention of
creating a revolutionary tension and
change in society. It was a Soviet
policy that was released in
instruction packs distributed to the
various, subversive, university
"socialist societies" in the
nineteen seventies, at the height of
the Cold War. The policy was
intended to destabilise the West.
The Roots of
It failed in its primary objective
because the British are a tolerant
culture. It is amazing that British
journalists, especially in the
television media and BBC, have
supported this policy with such zeal
although this is probably due to the
fact that many of these individuals
also have roots in the British left
wing movements of the 1970s and that
multiculturalism is now seen as an
'answer' to how to accommodate
nationalities within political
unions such as the EU, Russian
Empire and Chinese Empire.
Multiculturalism was more fully characterised in the work of the philosopher Jacques Derrida who proposed that the polarization of society should be an objective of social policy. Derrida was a malevolent force in modern philosophy whose ideas were largely designed to damage social structures. Curiously governments have permitted the appointment of post Marxist post modernists who support the ideas of Derrida to chairs in sociology and education in western universities so that social policy is now being guided by many people who believe that the objective of social policy should be the destruction of a structured society. Political commentators have not realised that socialism now relies on racial tension, not class war, to exacerbate political difference and create conflict (see Postmodernism-poststructuralism-postmarxism).
Apart from the obvious ill-effects of polarising people into ghettoes and opposing groups Multiculturalism also has some serious adverse effects that result from the fact that almost all non-western cultures have not undergone the changes that result from exposure to the Enlightenment and the Age of Reason. Examples of the adverse effects of multiculturalism are: failure to identify with society at large, socialising solely with your co-religionists so depriving others in the neighbourhood of society, supporting the caste system and caste attitudes so that the poor are kept poor, excluding people from outside your culture from work, girls wearing restrictive clothing in school so that they cannot participate in the full range of lessons, forced marriage, setting up schools to teach Intelligent Design or Koranic ideas on biology so depriving children of a truthful education, supporting foreign powers against your own country so endangering our security etc. All of these adverse effects of multiculturalism and many, many more are evident in British life. The socialist elite argues that separate cultures within the UK should be encouraged to exercise these "freedoms" but each freedom that is encouraged within a separate culture deprives the whole of British society of other freedoms. Those who support multiculturalism generally just deny that these adverse effects will occur but some, such as the effects of restrictive clothing in young girls and the effects of a caste system etc. are simply inevitable because they are in the nature of those "freedoms".
Multicultural policies are apparent in a variety of institutions and exist wherever the intention is to increase the polarization and separation of people rather than to reduce it. The teaching of history in British schools has been heavily infiltrated and oriented towards polarization, for instance British children are taught about slavery and colonisation rather than about emancipation and the explosive development of European states in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. They are taught about the US Civil Rights movement, which has nothing to do with the British but upsets black people, rather than the peaceful decolonisation of much of the British Empire. They are taught about the persecution of the Jews rather than the heroic struggle of the British and the global British cultural zone against the Germans, Russians and their allies that saved the Jews. Some of the legislation that treats groups of people as minorities and victims also polarizes society. The recent extensions to Equalities legislation in the Equalities Act that outlaw political discussion about belief are also designed to polarize society.
The social tension caused by multiculturalism must now be repaired and wholesale immigration into the UK, which is already overcrowded, must be stopped (See The benefits of immigration to the UK economy). Multiculturalism has already caused the outbreaks of terrorism associated with Londonistan (many of the 9/11 terrorists stayed in the UK and the 7/7 terrorists were British) and will lead to worse problems as time goes on.
The coalition government has taken a sensible stand against multiculturalism (see State multiculturalism has failed, says David Cameron). The government should be supported in this stand and the New Labour appointed BBC governors and current affairs staff should be quietly removed to prevent the distorted coverage of the issue. Governments should oppose both institutional multiculturalism and institutional racism because apartheid is both a cause and a symptom of racism.
Many races in one culture is workable and may be desirable but separating the races into cultural ghettos will polarise society and cause perpetual strife, though not a full blown revolution and totalitarian government, as the originators of multiculturalism once hoped. It is time to finally cauterise the damage done to the social fabric of Britain by the Cold War and to move on to realist, liberal politics.
Multiculturalism has recently been adopted by those who are in favour of large scale political unions such as the EU as a desperate approach to the problem of the free movement of labour and how to contain multiple nationalities within a single state. This problem could be resolved by simply unwinding the EU back to the EEC without the destructive effects of multiculturalism.
If we continue with Multiculturalism we will end up with tribalism with all that that entails from corruption to nepotism to gangs, riots and terrorism.
The whole point
of a modern nation with one culture
was to stop these evils. Nations are
the unit of cultural diversity and
this must be respected.
The Roots of New Labour
Labour confirms that multiculturalism is bad
Diversity in the UK
A ranking of social evils
Multiculturalism and truth
Nations are the unit of cultural diversity
The Benefits of Immigration to the UK Economy
The aims of Localism