[ExI] To Arms!
lcorbin at rawbw.com
Tue Mar 31 07:02:54 UTC 2009
> 2009/3/30 Lee Corbin wrote
>> Indeed it would. Other non-assimilatable groups around
>> the world would get very nervous, and very soon.
>> I say "good"! Assimilate or else!
> Where I live the policy of assimilation was officially replaced by a
> policy of multiculturalism in the 1970's (the record is not always so
> good: look up "white Australia policy", "stolen generation", and
> "mandatory detention"). It has worked very well...
I don't listen to the news anymore, but I thought that there
had been quite a bit of violence (beach violence?) in Australia
between young Muslims and some other group.
> and I have never felt
> unwelcome, let alone unsafe, in any part of Melbourne due to the
> presence of a large ethnic minority (or in some cases, majority)
> population: South-East Asian, Middle Eastern, East African, Southern
Your time will come. America and its ethnic problems
are a harbinger of things to come for you. Not all
cultures were created equal.
(No, Fred, I do not have any evidence for this---it's
just my view, that's all. I gave what little evidence
I have in the preceding paragraph.)
> So at least with the Australian example, it has been shown
> that assimilation is not the only way to build peaceful
> and harmonious communities.
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