Multiculturalism's reward

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The UK Guardian is reporting the results of a Pew poll that looked at relations between Muslims and non—Muslims in thirteen countries. The survey yielded some startling findings for Britain. It found, for example, that its Muslim population is among the 'most embittered in the western world' with most viewing westerners as 'selfish, arrogant, greedy and immoral.' In fact, so bitter these people are that their attitude 'more resembled public opinion in Islamic countries in the Middle East.'

This may come as a surprise, since Britain is one of the most multiculturalism—conscious societies in Europe, often going into extreme lengths to accommodate its minorities and Muslims especially.

Obviously, this goodwill is grossly unappreciated and repaid with abiding hatred, with bloody carnage resulting on occasion.

Vasko Kohlmayer   6 23 06

The UK Guardian is reporting the results of a Pew poll that looked at relations between Muslims and non—Muslims in thirteen countries. The survey yielded some startling findings for Britain. It found, for example, that its Muslim population is among the 'most embittered in the western world' with most viewing westerners as 'selfish, arrogant, greedy and immoral.' In fact, so bitter these people are that their attitude 'more resembled public opinion in Islamic countries in the Middle East.'

This may come as a surprise, since Britain is one of the most multiculturalism—conscious societies in Europe, often going into extreme lengths to accommodate its minorities and Muslims especially.

Obviously, this goodwill is grossly unappreciated and repaid with abiding hatred, with bloody carnage resulting on occasion.

Vasko Kohlmayer   6 23 06