The policy of multiculturalism, which emphasizes the benefits of cultural diversity for society and the state, is an example of the exploitation of others based on a fantasy of virtue. Those at whom the sweet talk of multiculturalism is aimed, can see that it has done nothing to improve their lot, and are now realizing that their future is bleak.
According to the Greek webpage Kathimerini, 1,130 parents living with their children on the Greek island of Chios, sent a letter of protest to the principals of their schools, in which they declared that they do not want their children to study together with migrant children.
Celebrate diversity! When is an Islamic college going to offer Christians-only classes? Right, never. As always, “outreach” goes only one way, and the foolish dhimmi Christians involved in it never seem to notice that fact.
The incident took place yesterday evening at 18.30 in the North Rhine-Westphalian city. When the neighbors rang the doorbell door to ask for quieter, the situation escalated. First, with a chair leg, the man with Portuguese nationality went to the tenants, hit one of them by the arm and injured him. Then he threatened with a knife. The alarmed police could not confront the man, he entrenched himself in his apartment.
“The central issue of mass migration isn’t solved. With all the attempts to make migration across state border more humane, civilised and to steer it in general doesn’t solve the main problem of Germany, which is simultaneously irregular mass migration of the future,” Schutze-Rhonhof said.
He then continued, “without putting a stop to the frequent mass migration from African and Islamic nations it is foreseeable that the population of Germany will become mostly African and Islamic in two generations. The selling out of the German social system would be completed.”
“There are few moments in history where the world comes together to devise a new plan that holds the promise of improving the lives of millions of people. The Global Compact on Refugees…will be formally adopted by the UN General Assembly in the next couple of months—has the potential to be one of these moments.”