That was the basis of the complaint put forward by the FCDF’s executive director, Daniel Piedra, who said, “By urging teachers to bless Muslim students in Arabic, the district is running roughshod over the mandate of government neutrality toward religion.”
The data from Pew Research warns Europe’s political elites about the growing strength of grassroots sentiment over the migration issue.
“Within contemporary Canada, the concept of ethnic diversity is anything but inclusive. If it were, our ethnic communities of European heritage would be as vital to the program as, for example, our Muslim or Sikh communities. They are not.”
One of the myriad problems with multiculturalism is that in its proponents haste to embrace other cultures, the existing culture is belittled, ignored, and if followed to its logical conclusion, ultimately, destroyed. Link To Article
Kirralie Smith, the NSW Senate candidate for the newly formed Australian Liberty Alliance has called for a 10-year pause on Muslim immigration.
With the Muslim rioting expanding in Europe, Americans continue thinking it won’t happen here. Americans remain clueless that by adding hundreds of thousands of Muslims, Mexicans, Central Americans, Chinese, Indians, Africans and others from around the world—we face incredible fragmentation of our civilization.
Multiculturalism inherits from Critical Theory the idea that society is “divided along racial, ethnic, and gender lines into a dominant group (white males) and ‘marginalized’ groups (ethnic, racial, linguistic, and sexual minorities).
As my colleague John Fonte and I wrote recently in The Weekly Standard, multiculturalism inherits from Critical Theory the idea that society is “divided along racial, ethnic, and gender lines into a dominant group (white males) and ‘marginalized’ groups (ethnic, racial, linguistic, and sexual minorities). The goal of politics should be first to ‘delegitimize’ the ideas of the American system and second, to transfer power from the dominant group to the ‘oppressed’ groups.”
Along the campaign trail, candidates and Canadians alike have exacerbated existing racist, anti-immigrant and anti-Aboriginal sentiments that, let’s face it, have always been present in Canada.