The face of multiculturalism

Praise of multiculturalism is a subset of the political-correctness phenomenon in which we’ve lived for the past few decades in the historically Caucasian zones of the globe. Scarcely anyone today dares to call it into question. Do so at your peril.

Any school, business, government or formal organization worth its salt now includes in its mission statement its firm devotion to diversity, which is another word for multiculturalism, though “diversity” tends to focus a bit more on race than culture alone.

I have, for many years, pointed out that history clearly shows that promoting multiculturalism almost invariably leads to mayhem and murder. Multiculturalism is a problem to be addressed, not something to be encouraged. At least, if you know what is good for you.

Promoting diversity goes hand in hand with ignorance of history.

I have found a partner in my yearslong dedication to criticizing the promotion of multiculturalism: the brilliant British historian Simon Webb, he of the glorious mustache.

In the video he runs through some textbook examples over the past century in which multiculturalism went tragically wrong. I offer this to you as an educational service. Pass it along.

Black history month

A black Indian girl. Who knew?

It’s Black History Month in the United Kingdom, but not in the United States and Canada where Black History Month is February, so black history is celebrated not once but twice! How wonderful!

Intelligent people wonder, however, why there is no White History Month, a Brown History Month or an Asian History Month. Where’s the equality, the diversity, the fairness?

It’s because blacks were slaves, you dunce, and merit special attention. But wait! All races have been slaves and all points of the globe have been involved in slavery, up to this very day.

The brilliant Simon Webb, who is an Englishman, has been “celebrating” black history this month with a long series of his perceptive videos regarding the topic.

Here he addresses the current state of descendants of black slaves who were shipped to India. The cutie in the video is one of them. Is Black History Month celebrated in India? Do Indian blacks want reparation cash? Are they disgruntled? Is there an Indian branch of BLM?

None of the above.

They are simply living their lives as other Indians do.

“White Europeans and Americans must somehow be encouraging the victim mentality.”

— Simon Webb

Why borders matter

Our friend the brilliant British historian Simon Webb addresses the issue of border control here, an important theme to both nationalists and globalists. The former know the importance of border control. The latter do not.

Or likely the latter do, but since they dislike nationalism/patriotism to their bones, they know that border control impedes their goofy, perilous, multicultural dreams.

For years now, illegal immigrants have run unchecked across Western Europe due to the inept or worse governments that are common there. The basic problem is that it is politically incorrect to enforce borders because all cultures “are of equal value” and diversity is a glorious thing, all of which is arrant nonsense.

On August 6, I posted a video of an interview with the president of the Central European nation of Hungary. He addressed his nation’s successful border enforcement. Hungary wants to preserve its language and culture, which is admirable. Poland is now doing the same thing, also fairly successfully. I salute Poland, as should you.

Simon is, understandably, concerned with the floods of illegals arriving unmolested by boat to the shores of England, but his comments equally apply to successful nations’ opening their borders elsewhere, such as the United States where the globalist, dimwit Democrat Party currently sits fraudulently in the Oval Office.

Hold onto your hats or, more realistically, your sombreros. If there is any silver lining here, it’s that those invading the United States illegally are Latinos, not Mohammedans.

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(Speaking of Mohammedans, two books to read are Inside the Kingdom: My Life in Saudi Arabia and Black Wave. The Black in the second title refers not to race but to the midnight burkas Mohammedan women are forced to wear by their masters, i.e. their husbands, brothers and sons.)

Nadia and Simon

I watch YouTube a lot because it contains an incredible amount of interesting stuff, and included in that are excellent, smart people. I prefer short videos because I’ve developed a USA Today attitude, which is to say hop to it, and get to the point.

Above is New York Nadia whom I just recently discovered. She gets directly to the point, and her points are first-rate. In this video, she tells feminists not to be horses’ butts, but in nicer words.

And, as regulars here know, I am also a big fan of Simon Webb, a brilliant, English historian and author with a delightfully bushy, British mustache. I wish I could grow a Limey mustache like that, but I don’t have the upper lip for it.

Webb looks here at the sad situation in which the politically correct British government has allowed Speaker’s Corner in London, a place where anyone could speak his mind about anything, to be gagged so as not to offend the sensibilities of Mohammedans, whom the Brits have stupidly permitted to enter their once-peaceful nation in droves.

Speaker’s Corner has existed since the 19th century. Free speech reigned. Multiculturalism now reigns, and the most menacing new cultures determine what can be said, who can open his mouth. Simon’s not quite as succinct as Nadia. His videos usually last about six minutes compared to Nadia’s two or three.

In closing, here’s another of Nadia’s in which she takes to task Chicago’s Mayor Lori Lightfoot who is a black, race-obsessed lesbian in a biracial relationship, which is the PC Trifecta and therefore immune from criticism, but not to Nadia. Lightfoot is, of course, a Democrat mayor, one of the worst, which is saying something.

The leftist thugs who run YouTube regularly censor Simon Webb. I haven’t been following Nadia long enough to know if her pinpoint observations receive the same treatment.