Multiculturalism is a corrosive policy that has undermined our society and values

So is moral relativism and Political Correctness, which is hard on the brain:

In terms of the problems facing the nation today, Dr. Carson pointed to moral relativism, telling Beck that “political correctness dictates that there is no right and wrong.”

Moral relativism, as it did with the ancient Romans according to the doctor, causes people to lose their sense of self and value.

“One of the founding pillars of this nation was freedom of speech and freedom of expression and when we give up that freedom by succumbing to political correctness,” Carson said that Americans are allowing that underpinning to be compromised “without debate.”

Political Correctness  is Nothing Less Than Marxist Ideology:

Part I

Part II & III  here

MARK Twain knew a thing or two about political correctness when he said: “Sometimes I wonder whether the world is run by smart people who are putting us on or by imbeciles who really mean it.”

But of course, we know the PC crowd is not having us on. These are smart people who really mean it. Smart because the PC virus has infected so much of what we do, what we read, how we live and how we think.

We now live in an age when “feelings” are treated as a measurement of moral values. We live in what author Monica Ali calls “the marketplace of outrage” where groups vie for victimhood status, each claiming their feelings have been hurt more than others. (Janet Albrechtsen)

This resulted in the Critical Race Theory of Bell and Obama

To understand where CRT comes from, you must know a little about Critical Theory. This was a plan devised by the Frankfurt School in the 1920s. The Frankfurt School was founded in Frankfurt Germany by Marxist academics. Some of the famous members include notable Marxist leaders like Theodore Adorno, Herbert Marcuse, Magnus Hirschfeld, and Max Horkheimer.

 The Great List Of Hate Facts from Blazing Cat Fur (slightly edited for Australia)

If diversity is such a strength why does no one else practice it outside of a few gullible western nations?

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Even for "moderate" Muslims, accommodation is a one-way street

The  idea of a “moderate” Muslim is as absurd as the idea of a “moderate” cannibal, a moderate assassin or a moderate suicide bomber. We’ve been saying this for years,  only to be called greasy “Islamophobes” by enlightened progressives and worse by those who take their religion serious enough to kill us. But slowly, slowly reality is seeping through:

“The promise of moderate Islam is beginning to look decidedly unconvincing,” says Janet Albrechtsen, and marshals a good deal of evidence for why that is the case. “The extremes of moderate Islam,” by Janet Albrechtsen for The Australian, October 20, (via JW, thanks to DP111, Mullah a.o.)

EVEN for supposedly reasonable Muslims, accommodation is a one-way street.

So is multiculturalism btw. The Muslims use it to infiltrate, to settle among us and to subvert, convert and spread Islam among us. Once they have the upper hand, there will be nothing but Islam,  until  Islam is the only cult-(ure)   one is allowed to practice…..

PERCHED high in the verdant mountains of central Java recently, the rural silence was broken five times a day by the Muslim call to prayer. The chanting wafted up from loudspeakers in the local villages as Indonesian Muslims observed longer than usual prayers during Ramadan. I asked a cab driver if he was fasting until sunset during this Islamic month of reflection. Rules are made to be broken, he said with a smile. But not according to the government and police in Indonesia, a country hailed as the world’s largest, most moderate Muslim nation.

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On Planet Irf, the Torture Never Stops…

Watching Olberdouche is also a form of torture. But for Yusuf, its all good old Islamo-prop, and he just can’t get enough of it:


The reality is, as usual, quite different:

What you’ll never see on Planet Irf:

• the twelve separate inquiries into the abuses alleged by critics and former detainees at Gitmo that found no evidence of those abuses taking place;
            • the revelation during the release earlier this year of the so-called “torture memos” that waterboarding and other harsh interrogation techniques had been applied to exactly three suspects in the course of eight years and had never been standard operating practice at Gitmo;
            • the evaluation by the Combating Terrorism Center at West Point that 73 percent of Gitmo detainees were “a demonstrated threat” to Americans;
            • and, finally, the fact that the detention facility was created in the wake of a declaration by Congress in September 2001 that “all necessary and appropriate force” should be used “against those nations, organizations, or persons” [emphasis added] responsible for the attacks of September 11; 
            —one may be permitted to wonder why, exactly, the pressure to close the prison facility has been so intense and long-lasting.