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The benifits of multiracial over multicultural.

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Australia under the Whitlam Government adopted the policy of Multiculturalism; When they should have adopted the policy of Multiracial. A unifying social event rather than division.

Multiculturalism means diversity of opinion and laws which has led to the development of ghettos and separate enclaves of culture and law.

These enclaves are observable multiracial but are not assimilating into the established values and laws of a free Western society. The time has come that the assimilation is imposed on the host population and not on the immigrant. The social cohesion that makes a nation strong is being weakened by the social division. People who came here for a free society from the oppression of Shariah now find they are being faced with the rise of the same oppression they fled.

What must be done to regain the values that give us true human freedoms. With the rise of Western moral decadence gives the opportunity for a strong leader to arise enforcing draconian social laws. That is how history changes society.
Posted by Josephus, Wednesday, 19 September 2018 10:15:22 AM
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Whitlam only started talking about multiculturalism; Malcolm Fraser signed and sealed the final dirty, undemocratic deed, as I clearly remember hearing one morning on radio. We already had a non-discriminatory 'multiracialí immigration policy. The White Australia policy was effectively abolished in 1966.

There is no benefit to Australia in multiculturalism OR multiracialism. There is some benefit in immigration of skilled people, sometimes, as opposed to the current mass immigration of all and sundry.
Posted by ttbn, Wednesday, 19 September 2018 11:51:52 AM
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The north west of Australia is a great example of multiracial but monocultural societies. It has worked because the number of newcomers was too small to influence local culture, thus forcing them to assimilate. The intermarrying of aboriginal, white, Asian, Islander and afghan people has produced a fascinating and beautiful group of people who live very similar lifestyles with some unique cuisine and great tolerance of the only different cultural group, which is the remote traditional aboriginals. And even they have adopted as many western practises as they need to improve their life styles.
The reason migration has been so successful in the past was the willingness of the new arrivals to assimilate into the local culture as quickly as possible, whilst still retaining a few small defining practises, like cuisine.
This probably worked because the migrants came from similar backgrounds as regards values and religion.
Western countries are now experiencing problems with migration because large numbers of a group with very different cultural beliefs are not only refusing to integrate but are trying to influence their environment to suit their own different value system.
It will not end well.
Posted by Big Nana, Wednesday, 19 September 2018 12:23:26 PM
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as usual Big Nana you are a voice of reason.
Posted by runner, Wednesday, 19 September 2018 2:29:02 PM
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one down side to multiculturalism is the promotion of Australian haters like Yasmin and others who suck the tax payers dry and then poop on the nation. Others like the link below when the Australian of the Year finalist who as manger of Immigrant services stole over 700000 for her own puporses. One less for Labours quota of women and diversity I suppose.

ttps://www.smh.com.au/national/nsw/icac-finds-eman-sharobeem-acted-corruptly-recommends-charges-20180919-p504n4.html
Posted by runner, Wednesday, 19 September 2018 2:48:52 PM
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From a paper written for year 9 students.
www.skwirk.com/p-c_s-14_u-112_t-301_c-1014/history-of-multiculturalism-how-did-it-come-about-/nsw/history/changing-rights-and-freedoms-migrants/multiculturalism

//Al Grassby, the Immigration Minister in the Whitlam government that was elected in 1972, was open to these ideas, as was Prime Minister Gough Whitlam. In 1973 the government officially ended the White Australia policy by dropping all references to race in its immigration policy. Immigrants were now to be chosen on merit and eligibility for various categories rather than on the basis of race, colour or religion.

Activists for multiculturalism also lobbied opposition immigration spokesman Malcolm Fraser in the lead-up to the 1974 election. Fraser was sympathetic and pressured the Liberal Party to include these ideas in their own policies. The following year the Racial Discrimination Act 1975 (Cth), introduced by the Whitlam government, made it illegal for people to discriminate in an official capacity on the basis of race.

Throughout the next two decades multiculturalism became the subject of many groups, reports and activities. Prime Minister Bob Hawke set up an Office of Multicultural Affairs during the early 1980s to formulate multicultural policy. By this stage there were programmes in place that provided settlement services for migrants and funding for migrant lobby groups. There were also other initiatives such as multicultural radio stations. Around 20 per cent of Australia's population by that stage were people who had been born overseas.//

During those early years awareness of social division on culture and laws were not experienced.
Posted by Josephus, Wednesday, 19 September 2018 2:51:58 PM
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