View Poll Results: Which State would you rather live in?

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Thread: Multiculturalism vs. Political Correctness

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    State A. I am tired of multiculturalism having lived in one of the most multicultural cities in the USA.

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    State B. It is where I reside and am fighting to change. We don't need a totalitarian government. We need an immigration reform. I believe it is possible for a country to obtain ethnic or racial homogeny without suffering oppression and the outlawing of individual freedoms. America had it before and can have it again so long as rights remain available to the people and so long as there are citizens who care enough about it to pursue it. Social exclusion could get one somewhere still, but legal persecution would only land one in jail. Without the ability to believe and speak what one wants, people become little more than slaves. There is no good political correctness. That is not what preservation should cost.

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    Well if I had to choose I would take political correctness since I see what multiculturalism is doing to my country and to white countries all around the world. The political correctness, in this case controlled by anti-western elitists, is just one of the main causes to our decadence. Multiculturalism is the consequence.

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    With political correctness the spread of multiculturalism, immigration, miscegenation etc. further makes problems worse.

    With no political correctness at least there will be segregation and the elimination of the previously mentioned. The separation of cultures is preferable compared to assimilation.

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    The Chicken or the Egg? Did Political Correctness cause Multiculturalism or did Multiculturalism cause Political Correctness?

    Might they intrinsically be the same phenomenon?

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    Well state A would be a state in which I would actually agree with the government policies. I'd be happy to keep my mouth shut and be a good citizen for as long as the government maintains these policies. The right to vote or speak freely weighs lightly compared to having a government which actually looks out for its people. Especially since the two seem impossible to incorporate. If we had still had a real monarchy in this country I am pretty sure we wouldn't be in this situation in the first place.

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    i can`t choose a Politically Correct State, cause i already live in a multicultural region
    From my viewpoint, i think it`s a good way to live in multicultural region, you may understand other cutlures better.
    But i`m not against Politically Correct State

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    Quote Originally Posted by andrea View Post
    i can`t choose a Politically Correct State, cause i already live in a multicultural region
    From my viewpoint, i think it`s a good way to live in multicultural region, you may understand other cutlures better.
    But i`m not against Politically Correct State
    Yes, I'd like to say that our region is truly multicultural. i.e. several cultures living in the same territory, and keeping their traditions. But this isn't the definition of multiculturalism that is used widely nowadays in the mainstream, I mean in the West at least. In the West, multiculturalism is like in England for example, Muslims immigrating into the country, and imposing their culture on the locals. It's a false image of diversity. I'm sure if in the West the same kind of model as in Transylvania was adopted, there would be less problems. In the West, there is too much racism. First, the immigrants are racist against the natives, and want them to convert to their religions and adopt their habits, and second, the governments ask the immigrants to integrate and become Europeans. This is where all problems come from, the two sides can't conciliate.

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    You have right with the situation in the West.It is very different from Transylvania, maybe our situation is unique
    I think the people from West, will never understand this kind of multiculturalism.


    by the way, we have a project in our school, called "Gelebte Tolranz im Herzen Siebenburgens", with a partnerschool from Germany, Aachen

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    Sorry - can't vote on this.

    It is like choosing your own means of execution.

    wasshael

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