Multiculturalism – America’s Downfall

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Writing on the Wild Side, Great writers inspire thought. Good writers tell interesting stories.

Our founding father’s pictured a United States as a Christian, basically English in descent, republic. After all, we fought the French and the Spanish to keep them from taking our land. Then, we suppressed the Indian culture, to keep it from influencing ours, an exclusionary view of society at best. Multiculturalism had no place.

When our country struggled for workers in industrial plants and coal mines, the Europeans came. First the Irish, then the Italians, and finally the Central Europeans. They were white. They were Christian. They fit in.

Slaves who came to America never fit in. They still don’t. Their entrance was involuntary. To this day, they exclude themselves and are excluded from assimilation into the former American culture. They developed the first major culture separate from white European Christians. Asians from China and Japan never assimilated either. In World War II, the US violated its own constitution and placed thousands of Japanese in concentration camps. The United States rules, laws, and system of justice work in white, Christian societies, not multicultural ones.

Multicultural societies ooze rebellion, discord, and lawlessness. Here in the United States both the radical right and the radical left attempt to subvert the 1st Amendment. One side holding on to the mono-cultural past. The other forcing multicultural issues relentlessly down the throats of the dwindling majority of Americans.

Genesis 11, The Tower of Babel, defines God’s attitude toward multiculturalism and a common language. “Behold they are one people, and they all have the same language. And this is what they began to do, and now nothing which they purpose will be impossible for them.”

With the computer and multiculturalism, Mankind will grow technically beyond its ability to handle the power it has and destroy itself with quarreling and hatred. So God said, “Come let us go down and there confuse their language, so they will not understand one another’s speech. So the Lord scattered them abroad from there over the face of the whole earth and they stopped building the city.”

The First Amendment (Amendment I) to the United States Constitution prohibits the making of any law respecting an establishment of religion, impeding the free exercise of religion, abridging the freedom of speech, infringing on the freedom of the press, interfering with the right to peaceably assemble or prohibiting …

In a multicultural society, which groups religious belief freedom of speech, or constitutional rights do we protect when they are opposed to each other? A question for my next post.

A Covenant with Death, the Third Book of the Peacock Trilogy will be released in May. The book deals with what happens when a mono-cultural society is imposed upon the world.

Note: A writer’s job is to stimulate thought. I am presenting the facts about America’s situation today, not taking sides on the issue.

3 thoughts on “Multiculturalism – America’s Downfall

  1. Washington and Jefferson were deists, not Christians. Franklin and some others were atheists. And there were Jews of influence, too. The variety of beliefs among colonists is why the founders advocated for freedom of religion. As immigrants were welcomed for skills and labor to build the new nation, all were welcome and many were free-thinkers, not members of any religion. While Christians like to frame the U.S. as a Christian nation, it is not, was not, and should not be such.

    • You are correct about some of the founding fathers. Yet an overwhelming number of the populace were Christians of some denomination and/or persuasion. My point is that our Constitution is ill equipped to solve the problems of today’s society. There is so much fighting between people of different beliefs and ethnicity that everyone feels their rights have been violated or they are objects of discrimination. And, everyone is that in their own mind. In a perfect world people would concentrate on improving the condition of Man on this planet. I know of no government able to quell the discontent.

  2. For a long time I have believed that people have no real control over historical movements. We can identify them, complain about them, cry over them, but in the end all we can do is try to survive them. You can’t stop the history train.

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