Multiculturalism: all good – right?

Jun 22, 2017 by

by Marcus Roberts, MercatorNet: We are living in a world of increased migration. The cost of travel has shrunk enormously in the last 60 years or so. The barriers to entry into many countries to study, to live and to work have lowered dramatically. The rise of a borderless entity in Europe is but the most obvious manifestation of a globalized world, one where goods, services and people can move with little impediment. Much of this change has happened under the radar with little political...

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Our island story

Mar 18, 2017 by

by Robert Peal, Spectator: It used to be thought that emphasising British history in multi-ethnic schools was wrong. But it is the best way to foster integration. I am a teacher in a state secondary school in west London where the ethnic diversity of the pupils is remarkable. My current Year 9 class, for example, includes pupils with parents from Trinidad, Ireland, Turkey, French Guina, Algeria, Yemen, Italy, France, Bosnia, Albania, India, Germany, Iceland, Portugal, Zanzibar, Lebanon,...

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A Month of Islam and Multiculturalism in France: January 2017

Feb 23, 2017 by

by Soeren Kern, Gatestone Institute: “I am not ashamed of what I am. I am a Muslim, that is to say, submissive to Allah who created me and who by his grace has harmoniously shaped me.” — Salah Abdeslam, a Belgium-born French national of Moroccan descent and the main suspect in the November 13, 2015 attacks that killed 130 people in Paris. The Grand Mosque of Paris announced that it was withdrawing from the Foundation for Islam of France, a new, government-sponsored foundation...

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Sweden: Looting, Cars Torched, Police Attacked as Riots Break out in Migrant Suburb

Feb 22, 2017 by

by Virginia Hale, Breitbart: Riots broke out on Monday night in the suburb of Rinkeby, where a majority of residents were born overseas, just hours after the country’s Prime Minister attacked U.S President Donald J. Trump for linking mass migration with rising violence in Sweden. The riots, in which cars were set ablaze and shops were looted, resulted in the Stockholm suburb looking “like a warzone” according to a journalist who was at the scene. Police retreated to a nearby gas station after...

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Multiculturalism: Islamic Style

Jan 4, 2017 by

by William Kilpatrick, Crisis Magazine: “Schoolchildren banned from singing Silent Night over fears it will offend other religions.” So reads a headline in the Express. Instead of singing the lyrics which might “offend other religions,” schoolchildren in Bresciano, Italy were told to hum the tune. If you have trouble guessing what other religion might take offense, it probably means that you’ve spent the last eight years in the Galapagos Islands studying the evolution of finches. Either that,...

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A Month of Islam and Multiculturalism in Britain: August 2016

Sep 19, 2016 by

by Soeren Kern, Gatestone Institute: “To use the term ‘honor killing’ when describing the murder of a family member — overwhelmingly females — due to the perpetrators’ belief that they have brought ‘shame’ on a family normalizes murder for cultural reasons and sets it apart from other killings when there should be no distinction.” — Jane Collins, MEP, UK Independence Party. Voter fraud has been deliberately overlooked in Muslim communities...

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