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    Multiculturalism

    Multiculturalism as a state policy, yes or no?

    I bring this up as the man behind the Norway attacks did it on motivation from Norway's open doors policy on immigration.
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    Re: Multiculturalism

    Absolutely not. We've gone far, far too far with this multiculturalism crap. If a people have nothing in common, then how can they form a cohesive nation with common interests?
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    Re: Multiculturalism

    Quote Originally Posted by Cephus View Post
    Absolutely not. We've gone far, far too far with this multiculturalism crap. If a people have nothing in common, then how can they form a cohesive nation with common interests?
    Come look at us up North.
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    Re: Multiculturalism

    I'm not sure if I understand your question.
    At least in the States I see the beauty of the society as in different cultures coming together as one.
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    Most countries are describing ignoring the dangerous ideology of a hated-filled belief system such as Islam where they want all non-Muslims to convert or die as "multiculturalism". If that's what you're speaking of, then "no". However, having peaceful people from various cultures living and working together is a great thing.

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    Re: Multiculturalism

    Quote Originally Posted by ThinktownUSA View Post
    Most countries are describing ignoring the dangerous ideology of a hated-filled belief system such as Islam where they want all non-Muslims to convert or die as "multiculturalism". If that's what you're speaking of, then "no". However, having peaceful people from various cultures living and working together is a great thing.

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    Re: Multiculturalism

    Quote Originally Posted by Fuelrod View Post
    I'm not sure if I understand your question.
    At least in the States I see the beauty of the society as in different cultures coming together as one.
    And that's cool if they come together as one. Take the best qualities from all, join them together into a cohesive whole and we're golden. The problem is, people want to take cultures wholesale, reject everything else, live as foreign communities and despise all others and then expect us to be a cohesive nation? It just doesn't work that way.
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    Re: Multiculturalism

    Quote Originally Posted by Cephus View Post
    Absolutely not. We've gone far, far too far with this multiculturalism crap. If a people have nothing in common, then how can they form a cohesive nation with common interests?
    what do we do with all the other people?

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    Re: Multiculturalism

    Quote Originally Posted by Fuelrod View Post
    I'm not sure if I understand your question.
    At least in the States I see the beauty of the society as in different cultures coming together as one.
    if they all come together as one their will be just one wont it then their will no t be multi

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    Re: Multiculturalism

    Quote Originally Posted by ThinktownUSA View Post
    Most countries are describing ignoring the dangerous ideology of a hated-filled belief system such as Islam where they want all non-Muslims to convert or die as "multiculturalism". If that's what you're speaking of, then "no". However, having peaceful people from various cultures living and working together is a great thing.

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