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We will become all Brasilians

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Submitted by Octavio Johanson (Italy), Jun 5, 2006 at 17:48

A good example of multi-ethnic society is, and has always been, Brasil. The country has got huge natural resources, but also street gangs and crime. Furthermore, corruption and misuse of public money is so bad that Brasilians live below the standards of such a rich country. Well, believe it or not, multi-culturalists want Europe (and North-America and Australia) to become just like Brasil. Of course, there are not many Muslims in Brasil, whereas Europe is being invaded by Muslims.

However, that is the basic idea behind the open-borders policy. We MUST all become multi-ethnic society, and there is no way to escape this destiny. You either adapt to multi-culturalism, or pay the consequences. Immigration to Europe will only stop when the economic conditions of Europe will resemble those of Africa. Where does Brasil come into all of this? Well, the idea that cultural diversity is good, and that a multi-ethnic society would be good for us all, that is making us all like Brasil. I am sure it is a fantastic country, Brasil.

But what about the street crime, and the corruption? Then, the resources are not adequately used, I guess. Well, a multi-ethnic and multi-cultural Europe will be just like that. African kids are already forming street gangs, Arabs and Muslims are doing the same. The Brasilian option is coming true. There will be crime and civil unrest, and riots. France is already starting to look like that, with its Muslim population. We will all become Third World nations, with all due respect for a beautiful country like Brasil.

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