You know that won’t happen, mr Cameron. What are you prepared to do if they refuse to integrate?
In pronouncing multiculturalism a failure, Cameron joins Angela Merkel, whoÂ said the same for multiculturalism in Germany. Hopefully, his words also signal a substantive U-turn from the Labour Party’s quiet but deliberate campaign to make Britain “truly multicultural,” as if that must necessarily be a good thing, and something Britain needed in order to be better than it was. After all, if it ain’t broke, keep on fixing it ’til it is.
“Muslims must embrace our British values, David Cameron says,” by James Kirkup for theÂ Telegraph, February 5:
Society has bent over backwards to accommodate them. There can be no more waiting around for people to “want to belong.” If they don’t, why are they there? (JW)
Unfortunately, Victoria’s ‘Honorable’ Nicholas Kotsiras Â (MP) leads Australia in Dhimmitude:
Eight Regional Advisory Councils will be established to work in partnership with the VMC and local communities, operating as important conduits for information on regional settlement and service delivery.
Kotsiras is a clown. Attacking Police for being racist and demanding more cultural sensitivity in law enforcement is even to the left of (lefty Attorney-General Rob) Hulls, how does this muck ever see the light of day? He’s not so much off-message as on another (expletive deleted) planet. Many party members and donors have had a gutful of this sort of thing,” a Liberal insider explained (More here)
The Government will also establish a Ministerial Inter-departmental Multicultural Services Advisory Committee to co-ordinate a whole-of-government approach to multiculturalism and citizenship. Chaired by the Minister for Multicultural Affairs and Citizenship, this committee will provide an important additional link between the OMAC, VMC and government departments.
“Victoria will continue to lead the rest of the nation in multicultural affairs and the Baillieu Government will implement initiatives that will ensure Victorians learn from each other and together help forge a more inclusive and harmonious society,” Mr Kotsiras said. Â (Premier of Victoria press release, thanks to Dhumme Dhimmi)