“WE failed to welcome people to our isles on the basis of Christian hospitality and heritage.
Multiculturalism was the result, and our big mistake. We no longer knew who we were and didn’t really know who the incomers were but decided to live together and hope for the best.
We got the worst.
We uncertain, insecure islanders created the very opposite of our liberal hopes, and subsequent studies showed how multiculturalism generated separatism, each community doing its own thing in isolated ghettoes, breeding extremism and eventually terrorism.”