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    Question Do the Masses Really Believe in Multiculturalism and Political Correctness?

    I wonder what you think. Do you think the masses really believe in multiculturalism and political correctness, as the first impression shows, or do you think they're too afraid and reluctant to say their true views? Are there really so few people who see the ridiculousity of these doctrines? Sometimes, it's hard to believe that a normal human being could support something as ridiculous as the suicide of his own kin but when you read what some people say on opinion sites, you wonder if 90 % of the world isn't really idiots.

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    I have a feeling that some people only say they believe in multiculturalism and political correctness so they are not called racists, Nazis, KKK, etc.

    But there are also those that will blindly defend the ideals of both to the death while whites suffer as a result.

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    I would not say they are enthusiastic about it. But ordinary people prioritise paying for the house, the car, getting their children to a good school. That is understandable. Political matters are less important.

    Pretty much the only action they take is to re-locate to a different (i.e. whiter) area. That could be a racialist or quality of life decision.

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    I would say that the average person simply *does not care* about things, as long as they don't affect them in a direct cause & effect manner.
    For example, most people will say that they're tolerant, politically correct or that they don't have a problem with immigrants, but they will instantly change their minds if their property or loved ones are threatened directly.

    Which is all for the wrong, egoistic & individualistic reasons --and so, as soon as the direct threat is removed, they will go back to their old views and the problem shall be perpetuated.

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    If by "the masses," you mean those of European descent, then yes. I believe they do.






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    The more whiter a area is the more people believe in it, this a known fact that PC people do not want to admit, for example, in my land the three most white provinces are Groningen, Friesland and Drenthe have the highest score of leftwinged voters.

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    The system of centralized democracy gives the party in power a degree of power and influence over society which is comparable to that of a religion. People in general do not have the intellect or willpower to oppose the ideas that are being projected from the pulpit of a parliament. Add to that a media controlled entirely by the very same forces and you have more or less a dictatorship of the mind under a democratic veneer. National politics is simply too much to handle for the average person. Local democracy, direct democracy which involves the community in which people themselves live is probably a more suitable form of citizen involvement than national politics is.

    Ideas that would have been utterly foreign to our grandparents (or great-grandparents) are now almost universal if you ask the populace.

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    Do the Masses Really Believe in Multiculturalism and Political Correctness?
    I think most people are just passive about it. They accept it as the way things are but many won't practice it. Those who can afford to isolate themselves from it. They move to a Whiter area, try to get their kids into good schools (racist lingo for "White"), go to a White church (if they go to church). By their actions it is obvious most Whites don't believe in it, but at the same time they are unwilling to challenge the establishment on this issue. Look at what the US media is doing to Joe the plumber for questioning Barack "the multiracial messiah" Obama on his tax plans.

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    My impression is that most people are schizophrenics in many political and social issues, including political correctness. This means that they easily shift their opinions depending on the situation.

    The same person who gets mad over "the mud-slims" on TV and whines about the cost of immigration, will the next day date a Thai woman, just because it is better than being alone. Watching their TV:s, they will just as easily get upset seeing angry Muslims or hearing about gang rapes, as they will get angry seeing violent "Nazis".

    This is to be expected, because most people are not very interested in politics (and never have been), and because there is no public discussion on these issues.

    So no, they do not believe in it, but as long as it is dangerous to protest against it, they will act as if they did.

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    It seems to me that there is a clear divide here at university between those that do believe it and those that don't, This divide is also subject driven, everybody I know doing Politics and/or international relations, is about as far left wing and liberal as you can get while the majority of the right wing people are in one of the science subjects. Personally I think this is a very worrying trend, I know two people who intend to go into politics (one of them has already stood for a labour seat (at 19!!)) and they are both so left wing and multicultural it hurts. It's absolutely amazing that they still talk to me, but I seem to be kept around as a sort of a curiosity
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