View Poll Results: I wouldn't mind living in a multi-cultural society if only...

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  • ...there were no ethnical tensions.

    0 0%
  • ...my own culture would not suffer due to other groups getting political funding etc.

    7 30.43%
  • ...there were no miscegenation allowed.

    5 21.74%
  • ...the minority groups had no political power and my group was the majority group.

    8 34.78%
  • ...all groups had the same religion.

    0 0%
  • ...all groups shared the same core values.

    2 8.70%
  • ...the rest of the western world was not multi-cultural.

    1 4.35%
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    Re: I wouldn't mind living in a multi-cultural society if only...

    Any and all Germanic/Nordic's (emphasis on the Nordic)that wouldn't mind living in a multicultural society as long as your group is in the majority - may I suggest North Dakota? As long as you can stand the "Lutefisk" and the 60 below windchill factors I'm sure you would be quite comfy here in the " Land of the American Vikings with pseudo Canadian accents"!Americans of african ancestry are rare and far between- (you may see one or two during the summer months) , we do have SOME mexicans and Indians but relatively few compared to other locales(I haven't made up my mind yet if it's the weather that keeps them in such small number or our misquitoes (the unofficial state bird), but none the less, if you like flat tree-less land scapes (natives brag of the"big sky"-I call it WAY TOO EXPOSED IF GOD EVER GET'S PISSED!), then North Dakota just may be one of the few overwhelmingly German/Nordic bastions of hope left...

    *In lieu of any finders fee Sceagacros requests that those flocking to N.D. as a result of his post -instead donate to SKADIFORUM-

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    Re: I wouldn't mind living in a multi-cultural society if only...

    I agree with Siegfried. Either a libertarian republic - if there is to be multiculturalism at all, which there shouldn't - or a nationalist republic.
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    Re: I wouldn't mind living in a multi-cultural society if only...

    There is only one of those I wouldn't choose.

    I do have to say that I do envy those who do live in mono-cultural communities. The much vaunted 'enrichment' of multi-culturalism is something I don't appreciate, though I've had to live with it all my life. My experience of those mono-cultural societies I've visited (and those raised in them) is that they are far more stable, happy, optimistic and peaceful. Multi-culturalism seems to create so many needless tensions and opportunities for future conflicts/instabilities.

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    Re: I wouldn't mind living in a multi-cultural society if only...

    Honestly, it's a little of all of those. I really can't pick one in particular because it would be a disservice to the other points mentioned.

    I just find it kind of strange that all the countries that are proponents of "multi-culturalism" are historically, culturally, and ethnically white countries.

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