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France; Marxist Paradise?

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Submitted by Lou from Queens,NYC,USA (United States), Nov 9, 2005 at 11:06

Once again we are faced with the dire consequences of open and uncontrolled immigration, ethnic and religious conflict, and the voluntary separatism of new immigrants into their new homelands. An alliance between self-serving cheap labor employers, liberal immigration advocates, and spineless politicians has created this malignancy that now infects the Western World. We are now witness to the utter failure of the socialist multiculturalism mantra that addresses white prejudice but has never coped with ethnic and religious xenophobia directed at Western Civilization. The traditional concept of nationhood, one country, language, and culture supported by many different ethnic and a religions group has been diminished by left wing ideologues. How does a society that has become hostile to its own culture, history, and religious heritage assimilate people impassioned with their own ethnic and religious identity? How can these immigrants experience respect for the history, laws, customs, institutions, and religious heritage of their new homeland when the natives don't?

The already flawed concept of welfare as an entitlement for native-born citizens has been extended to immigrants and illegal aliens. In earlier times admission to and citizenship granted by the host country was the reward in itself. The new freedoms and opportunities offered by their new homeland allowed people with ambition and drive to learn a new language seek higher vocational and educational skills and gradually assimilate into the society at large. Today it is not uncommon to see second and third generation immigrants with little or no command of the language of their new homelands. Lawless, isolated and insulated these so-called ethnic enclaves are far more common today then in the past. They are supposedly served by various public and private services that make their lives of quiet desperation easier to tolerate. The welfare system ensures their permanent dependency on government subsidies in the forms of monthly stipends, housing subsidies, food stamps, and national healthcare, a Marxist paradise.

We are now witnessing to the complete failure of the socialist state. France has become a county hostile to its own cultural and religious heritage. It has become a fragmented disorderly, ungovernable society in economic decline. And perhaps as history has told us again and again, history repeats itself or should I say," Such is life".
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