Why multiculturalism can’t work: Allah and Islam first; Australia fourth… maybe

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In a previous article, we noted that the goal of multiculturalism is “diversity in harmony,” however that end will not be achieved unless all parties involved share that same goal. Sadly, that’s not the case. While all peoples are equal, all cultures are not, despite the delusions of the cultural relativists. That’s why, as Mark Steyn rightly noted:

 

The interesting thing about multiculturalism is it’s a uni-cultural phenomenon. You can’t be multicultural in Saudi Arabia, it’s impossible.

The Pew Research Center found, 88% of Muslims in Egypt; 62% in Pakistan; 86% in Jordan and 51% in Nigeria, believe Muslim apostates should be executed. Similar numbers are in favour of stoning adulterers, enforcing severe blasphemy laws, and cutting off the hands of thieves.

It was also revealed that 84% of Muslims in South Asia; 77% in Southeast Asia; 74% in the Middle East and North Africa; and 64% in Sub-Saharan Africa support Sharia as the law of the land. Significant percentages are also found in Muslim communities in the West.

Take the video below, for example. These Muslim men are the product of Australia’s attempts to be multiculturally diverse — a quality Australian politicians often boast of. These Muslim men clearly have no commitment to the deluded ideology of “multiculturalism.”

Their commitments are clear: Allah and Islam first, Australia and her allies, fourth… maybe. What that means is, when an innocent British soldier is hacked to death on a London street, these men respond by saying, “He deserves it. He’s a dog.”

Australians must understand that Muslims will never put multicultural goals before Allah or Islam. While the goal of multiculturalism is diversity in harmony, the unavoidable end will be the exact opposite.


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