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Why Multiculturalism not integration

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Dear Foxy,

The multicultural experiment has yet to be tested. A robust economy has kept a lot of problems under wraps. Wait until a major economic recession comes along or Australia goes to war against the motherland of one of our ethnic groups or one particular ethnic group elevates itself to a higher class status. And it will happen.
Posted by Mr Opinion, Tuesday, 8 October 2019 8:23:02 PM
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Important Note:

Part 1. Multicultural does NOT mean 'One culture'.
- It means 'many cultures'.

Part 2. But there is a plan to create one new generic culture;
And 'racism' (destroy national sovereignty);
And 'climate change' (force globalism)

- Are the tools to make it happen. -

Part 3. So forget our country ever being whatever it was you thought it was;
Or whatever you hoped it would be;
Because that's OVER.

Maybe it was only ever a fantasy, and we were always marching towards this globalism thing and never even knew it.
Posted by Armchair Critic, Tuesday, 8 October 2019 9:27:00 PM
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Multiculturalism is a word that describes something that doesn't exist.
Posted by individual, Tuesday, 8 October 2019 10:13:07 PM
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Sigh ...but I have to say it again: Australia is rooted.
Posted by ttbn, Tuesday, 8 October 2019 10:13:28 PM
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Hasbeen, just so you know I am still Labor to the bone always have been
Al Grasby, what a grub!
Criminal with Mafia links he remains one of my very best memory's
An ABC was it? black and white doco about Kings cross Sir grub walking camera on him Aussie knock about asked are you Al G, yes said the grub,he was recommended to use the services of a taxidermist!
Hated him loved the suggestion
Totally convinced multiculturalism is a plan, forced on us
Too separatism is in my view harming us all
Foxy not in any way ignoring your view, understand your parents hard times but
While most find a way to integrate some never will
The children and grand children of ww2 refugees share my concerns
Making one world if that is the intention should not force anything on us
Posted by Belly, Wednesday, 9 October 2019 5:22:32 AM
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Dear Belly,

I just don't get all this multi-cultural talk.
I think of myself as an Australian of Lithuanian
ancestry. Just as other Aussies think of themselves
as Australians of British ancestry, Scottish
ancestry, German ancestry, and so on. We're all Australians.
Most of us have ancestors who came from somewhere else.
Immigration has always been part of our history.

So what's the big deal. How long does someone have to be
in this country before you guys consider them to be
Australians? Or is it only those of Anglo-Celtic roots
that you consider the real deal? In that case check out
their history - and note where their roots came from -
they're one of the most mixed races on the face of this
earth due to the invasions of their lands and the
expansion of the Empire. Hell, even
the Queen has German ancestry.

As for those cretins who claim that the government
imposed multiculturalism on them that the government didn't
ask for their permission. Hey - well you elected that
government - you voted them in - and there was a worker
shortage at the time - migrants did your work for you. If
it wasn't for migrants you guys would still be a
cultural backwater.

Sorry Belly, but I get so sick and tired of being
made to feel like I don't belong here despite the
decades of contribution my family has made to this country.
Posted by Foxy, Wednesday, 9 October 2019 7:26:48 AM
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