When multiculturalism doesn’t work, just force people to accept it. And get them when they’re young. That’s the official policy of Australia’s Labor government, which is to compel the country’s children to accept multiculturalism by ‘embedding’ it in the national curriculum.
By Maid of Kent – Hot on the heels of the demand by the Muslim invaders of Britain that their children be given special rights to Sharia law interest-free Student Loans, which would give them an unfair financial advantage over non-Muslim students, comes an attempt by Muslim former Labour MP Shahid Malik to curtail the rights of the indigenous British people to peacefully protest on the streets of our own country.
By Chris Barnett – Proof that this war isn't about diversity and cultures getting along, but the ethnic cleansing of the White British from our own towns and cities.
French president Nicolas Sarkozy has also announced that “multiculturalism had failed,” echoing David Cameron, German Chancellor Angela Merkel, Australia's former prime minister John Howard and former Spanish prime minister Jose Maria Aznar — but is it multiculturalism which has failed, or rather the entire policy of mass Third World immigration?
Why does the liberal elite want to force multiculturalism upon Britain and the First World yet they vigorously defend the right of the Third World nations to maintain their distinct cultures, asks British National Party correspondent Maid of Kent.
“A further huge leap for our ideas into the political mainstream.” That is how Nick Griffin MEP sees David Cameron’s self-styled ‘declaration of war against multiculturalism in a speech at an international security conference in Munich.
The establishment's promotion of the English Defence League is a high risk strategy which could have unforeseen consequences for them and which will ultimately boost the British National Party's political power base, Nick Griffin MEP has said.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s comment that multiculturalism in Germany has “utterly failed” has once again highlighted the dangerous ignorance of the “adapt or integrate” mentality which pervades civic nationalist thinking.