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So, multiculturalism is a good thing?

Reader comment on item: Something Rotten in Denmark?

Submitted by Tasha (United States), Aug 27, 2002 at 17:01

We in California have witnessed the destruction of our state because of the internationalist's promotion of "diversity" and multiculturalism.

Here our problems come mostly from the poor citizens of Mexico who are being ethnically cleansed out of their homes and forced over our southern border into California and the southwest United States. They come here in violation of our immigration laws and because they are lawless individuals, they raise their families the same way.

In my town of Los Angeles, there are over 34,314 "Hispanic" gang members robbing, murdering and committing other crimes of violence against the citizens of my city. They are arrogant criminals who consider themselves to be American's Palestinians and they are bent on forcing all Americans out of the Southwest where they claim to be starting a new country called Aztlan with its capitol city being my home town, Los Angeles.

Meanwhile, the other "immigrants" are coming to California as well and there are clashes of culture with the Mexicans. We now have the Asians forming gangs to protect themselves from the Mexicans. There are 1,783 Asian gang members doing what gang members do. And even the "White" immigrants like Armenians and Russians are having to form gangs to protect themselves, they number 678.

Is this all starting to sound like Yugoslavia? To top it off, the mosques are now starting to pop up like mushrooms and Mexicans are saying "good-bye" to Christianity in favor of the more militant Islam.

Whoever said that diversity is a strength should be stoned in the public square of ideas as counterproductive to the advance of civilization.

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