Waking up to the results of multiculturalism

Being multicultural is all fine and good until you’ve lost your nations identity and liberal/socialist John Cleese is realizing that much.

Cleese, who is performing in Sydney, was asked on Australian TV what he thought of last month’s riots around the UK.

He replied: “I’m not sure what’s going on in Britain. Let me say this, I don’t know what’s going on in London because London is no longer an English city.

“That’s how they got the Olympics. They said, ‘We’re the most cosmopolitan city on Earth’, but it doesn’t feel English.

“I had a Californian friend come over two months ago, walk down the King’s Road and say to me, ‘Well, where are all the English people?’

“I love having different cultures around but when the parent culture kind of dissipates, you’re left thinking, ‘What’s going on?’ “  Chris Pollard/The Sun

Yep, what IS going on? Where did my nation go? Those are the questions that we will all be asking (many of us already have been asking.)

When we don’t FORCE assimilation, and we promote moral relativism, we are condemning our uniqueness, just as Britain and all of western Europe has done.

Everything from “press 2 for English” to bilingual laundry soap packaging,  examples of the moral relativism  that is creeping into our culture is everywhere.  It’s been slow and insidious but it’s happening.

One day we will no longer be America. Our nation will become a messy, disorganized, malfunctioning form of the UN, with states like Michigan that will be Islamic and states like mine – Arizona – that will be Mexican.  That which made us all Americans, will be gone.

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7 responses to “Waking up to the results of multiculturalism

  • pochp

    Now that is what you call funny but sad.
    Just imagine the Filipinos being ‘americanized’ during and after WWII.

  • nooneofanyimport

    good catch with that Cleese quote, Roxy. Cleese on the other hand . . . didn’t quite catch on in a timely manner. Like most of the Britons.

  • roxannadanna

    I have no problem with immigration that is smart and fair. I have no problem with immigrants. Our ancestors were all immigrants. But I do have a problem when we do not enforce assimilation or when these folks come here and don’t WANT to assimilate or make America look like where they came from.

    My grandparents came from the old country – and we kept our tradition and culture alive – IN OUR HOME. We didn’t go out and force the whole neighborhood to eat ravioli on Thanksgiving!

  • Conservatives on Fire

    “One day we will no longer be America. Our nation will become a messy, disorganized, malfunctioning form of the UN, with states like Michigan that will be Islamic and states like mine – Arizona – that will be Mexican. That which made us all Americans, will be gone.”

    I hope people heed your warning, Roxy. It is hard for me to understand how a proud people like the French can stand-by while their culture disappears. I choose to live in a Latino country; but, that does not mean I want to see my own country become another Latin American country.

  • bydesign001

    Excellent post Roxy. I, too, mourn the America that once was but as AFVET so aptly put it,

    The American experiment has not been completed as of yet.
    It has been tested many times and to date, we are still here.

  • Waking up to the results of multiculturalism (via Diary of a Mad Conservative) | YOU DECIDE

    […] Waking up to the results of multiculturalism (via Diary of a Mad Conservative) Posted on September 4, 2011 by wdednh Being multicultural is all fine and good until you've lost your nations identity and liberal/socialist John Cleese is realizing that much. Cleese, who is performing in Sydney, was asked on Australian TV what he thought of last month's riots around the UK. He replied: "I'm not sure what's going on in Britain. Let me say this, I don't know what's going on in London because London is no longer an English city. "That's how they got the Olympics. They … Read More […]

  • AFVET

    Oh Roxy, never say die.
    It is always darkest right before the dawn.
    The darkness we are experiencing is an awakening to many Americans that have been lethargic for far too long.

    The American experiment has not been completed as of yet.
    It has been tested many times and to date, we are still here.
    Wounds yes,
    Mistakes, absolutely !
    Intestinal fortitude,….you Betcha !!!
    The biggest mistake our enemies make is underestimating US.

    Smile,….the dawn is on the horizon. 🙂

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