Multiculturalism's ugly fruit

A recent survey has found that four out of five Frenchmen fear a repeat of the riots that broke out in the country late last year. That things are not well is not surprising given the large un—assimilated Islamic community and the unwillingness of the French government to address the problem at its root level. France is not alone in this, however. A number of other European countries face a similar situation. Holland's circumstances are almost as grim.

Given the problem's magnitude and the lack of will to tackle it, Europe's Islamic predicament may ultimately prove unsolvable, as the forty years of multiculturalism claims its inevitable toll. The question for us is whether America can muster sufficient will to beat back its own multiculturalist crowd whose policies can only lead it to the kind of bitter division and strife we have witnessed in France.

Let Europe be our warning. The flare up we saw there a couple of months ago was only a harbinger of what's to come. Worse things are on the way and eighty—six percent of Frenchmen know it. Ugly, indeed, is the fruit of multiculturalism.

We must not be afraid to state the obvious: Multiculturalism will inevitably kill every culture which adopts it as its guiding principle. No society can survive for very long without a set of distinct values to bond it together. Multiculturalism is cultural suicide.

Neither should we allow political correctness define the parameters of this discussion. There is no reason why we should be on the defensive. Multiculturalism is destructive and examples now abound. Given the disastrous results of their policies, it is time that multiculturalists explain themselves. It is time they stopped vilifying those who try to point out the harmful nature of their agenda and address the damage that their works have wrought on Western societies.

Vasko Kohlmayer   2 03 06

A recent survey has found that four out of five Frenchmen fear a repeat of the riots that broke out in the country late last year. That things are not well is not surprising given the large un—assimilated Islamic community and the unwillingness of the French government to address the problem at its root level. France is not alone in this, however. A number of other European countries face a similar situation. Holland's circumstances are almost as grim.

Given the problem's magnitude and the lack of will to tackle it, Europe's Islamic predicament may ultimately prove unsolvable, as the forty years of multiculturalism claims its inevitable toll. The question for us is whether America can muster sufficient will to beat back its own multiculturalist crowd whose policies can only lead it to the kind of bitter division and strife we have witnessed in France.

Let Europe be our warning. The flare up we saw there a couple of months ago was only a harbinger of what's to come. Worse things are on the way and eighty—six percent of Frenchmen know it. Ugly, indeed, is the fruit of multiculturalism.

We must not be afraid to state the obvious: Multiculturalism will inevitably kill every culture which adopts it as its guiding principle. No society can survive for very long without a set of distinct values to bond it together. Multiculturalism is cultural suicide.

Neither should we allow political correctness define the parameters of this discussion. There is no reason why we should be on the defensive. Multiculturalism is destructive and examples now abound. Given the disastrous results of their policies, it is time that multiculturalists explain themselves. It is time they stopped vilifying those who try to point out the harmful nature of their agenda and address the damage that their works have wrought on Western societies.

Vasko Kohlmayer   2 03 06