Thursday, June 19, 2008

Immigration, Integration, and the illusion of Inclusion : Part 1 - Europe and the myth of Multiculturalism

Let me first apologize in advance to those who may find the next paragraphs a bit hard to swallow. Alright fine, I won't apologize. Lets start with Europe, a continent which has given us so much. Funky cheese, bad music, selective hygiene, the odd 100 years war here and there, Crusades, Communism, Capitalism, Inquisition, Imperialism, Colonialism, Fascism, Nazism, Atheism, Nihilism and Zionism. Who can forget those jolly good fellows, Franco, Hitler, Stalin, Mussolini, Churchill, Herzl, Jabotinski, Milosevic etc. Quiet a rap sheet with around half a billion dead in the last 500 years. But that was all in the distant past right? Lets take a look at what they've been up to recently :

Austria


Britain


France


Paris "intifida"


Italy


Belgium




Russia




Switzerland


Greece


Bosnia





Hmm, I'm beginning to see a pattern here. Catch my drift? Yep, they sure gave us a lot. Europeans are a lot of things, tolerant isn't one of them. It is not an exaggeration to point out that significant numbers of Europeans openly profess (2)racism. This brings us to the myth of multiculturalism. With all the events in recent memory, there's now a "hot debate" about the merits of this phenomenon. I'm here to tell you the "debate" is bogus because multiculturalism never existed, at least not at the grandiose level claimed by its supporters and detractors. Just because you have different groups of people in a society hardly means you're living in a "multicultural" paradise where likes and differences are respected. The "debate" is essentially turnspeak for justifying racism through manufactured outrage, and winning elections through fear mongering.
Europe's dirty little secret is that it depends on immigration(labor and professional) if it is to maintain its "high" standards of living. Oh, and don't forget paying over 50% in taxes( "free" health care you know). Is the behavior we see in Europe today a fluke, or is it deeply ingrained bigotry symptomatic of a continent with no real culture left whatsoever? That was just the warm up, folks. Next up, the Muslim question, a thorough refutation of European propaganda, and the ULTIMATE guide to the danish hate cartoons. I leave you with this video of the success of "multiculturalism"(is that a banana or racism?) till then :

2 comments:

George Carty said...

Europe isn't physically exhausted, just politically exhausted.

AlanAnonymous said...

Really good analysis. Thanks for debunking the myth of Western "multicultarlism". You are completely right about the bogus nature of this "great debate" on its merits in the media and in political circles.

- Pro-Islam Native European.