Multicultural Rot in the Melting Pot

Ted Nugent, Washington Times, March 4, 2011

Europeans are finally awakening from their self-imposed Rumpelstiltskin deep slumber to discover that multiculturalism is actually cultural rot and is ripping their countries apart.

From the United Kingdom to France to Spain to Germany, leaders or former leaders have decried multiculturalism as a poisonous experiment for their nations.

What’s next–is Europe going to rediscover that the Earth is not flat?

You have to wonder how these leaders ever could have signed on to encouraging Muslims to lead separate lives and not to assimilate in the first place. Pardon me, but even a venison-fueled guitar slayer knows that playing politically correct games always leads to death, destruction and decay.

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Instead of condemning Muslim extremists, Europe instead condemned a Danish cartoonist who poked fun at Muhammad–free speech be damned. The German Government censured an author for writing a popular book that claimed Muslim immigrants were lowering the intelligence of Germany. Not to be outdone by the Europeans, the American media implied that those Americans who protested the proposed placement of a mosque in downtown Manhattan were bigoted and anti-Muslim.

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While Europe was imploding because of political correctness and doing its best to accommodate Muslims praying in the street and whatnot, many Muslims were–and still are–working hard to impose their religious/political customs, traditions and values on those European nations and right here in America.

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If Europe really wants to get tough, its nations should outlaw Shariah law and all of its machinations. Public funds should be cut off immediately to Muslim groups that refuse to condemn Muslim extremism. Public officials and others should condemn Muslims who preach separatism. Those Muslim imams who preach jihad or hatred should be jailed or expelled and their mosques closed. Tougher immigration rules should be passed and enforced.

Muslims should be free to practice their faith but not free to impose it on others. Democracy doesn’t work that way. When in England, act like the English. That’s the respectful thing to do. Embrace it or leave.

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