Multiculturalism in the Public Square as a Failed Model of Governance

Peter Sutherland, UN Special Representative for Migration states the following:

“The EU should do its best to undermine the homogeneity of its member states….”

BBC Link

I am reminded of an article which is clipped and saved in one of my non-digital files.

“Bit of Malay Culture is Now Vanishing Under Muslim Rules”,  Chris Prystay, WSJ, 19 April 2006

Theatre productions disappeared. Dancing was forbidden. “They’re losing their cultural compass.”

(Statement of Farish Ahmad Noor, a Malaysian political scientist at the Center for Modern Oriental Studies in Berlin.)

My husband was in attendance for a Pink Floyd concert in London years ago. I remain jealous to this day.

We both attended a symphony at the Royal Albert Hall the following year.

Homogeneity is necessary and it remains a strong civilizational marker.

It is European culture which drew us to London for two visits.

I am reminded of the statement given when we attended a Franciscan Foundation for the Holy Land fundraiser in Dallas.

The mass exodus of Christians from the Middle East due to Muslim-on-Christian violence was creating a unique situation.

The Franciscan scholar had this to say:  “If the Christians leave and only the buildings remain, we are left with mausoleums of the faith.”

Franciscan Foundation for the Holy Land

If I return to England one day and all that remains of European civilization is stone, brick and mortar – may my tour be ticketed as “The Funeral Tour of Europe.”

I do not hate Muslims.  I do hate what Islam teaches. Drilling down deeply into the core it is a geopolitical gestalt which the vast majority of Westerners do not understand.

Islam has two core directives: non-assimilation to facilitate absorption of the host nation and a doctrine of continual expansionism.

Islam in the truest sense is not a religion. Religion is practiced in the home and house of worship. Secular democracies allow seasonal public square displays of the same. But  Islam is not a religion. Islam is a totalitarian form of governance with religion as the opiate of the people. Islam, must be practiced in the public square, the house of parliament, from the judicial bench, and administrated by state organs bound to Shari’ah applications.

The Muslims who escape its grasp and manage to assimilate into Western civilization are a small percentile of the greater number of “believers”.

Is it wrong for Europeans – to remain European in outlook?  Can Denmark remain the treasure of the Danish people with regard to culture?  Can Switzerland safeguard their culture as a generational blessing for the Swiss? Can the English remain English, or am I incorrect in my opinion?  Will Prince George be the last Prince of England? That is my prediction.

When boundaries are not placed on Islam in the public square, Islam functions as a cultural eraser.

Let Muslims celebrate their beliefs in their homes and houses of worship. But let them be first and foremost British, Danish, French, etc. in the public square. Refusing to place deep roots into European culture so that future generations can flourish as Europeans first – is not a mistake. It is an intentional act.

Peter Sutherland? He is not the friend of Europeans. His own interests as a global internationalist, are at the heart of his remarks.

While continuing to follow the story, I smile a bit. Front Page Magazine wrote a piece about the Hijrah in 622 CE and tied in Surah 4:100.  There was an earlier hijrah, of course, and a different ayat is related to the earliest hijrah.

Front Page Magazine

Do you know the circumstances of the earliest hijrah? Do you know the ayat validating this political maneuver?

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