reply to post by JohnnyCanuck
You speak about this prejudice like I should be ashamed of it.
I am definitely not. It's taken a lot of my own liberalism for me to reach the point where I now feel I have made some completely naive, ideological
It's good to take the higher ground and seek harmony...but when another culture does not adopt the same harmonic approach, then we are onto a losing
We can't even let kids perform nativity plays in this country for fear of offending muslims.
Understanding and tolerance only seems to work one way at the minute and it needs to change.
The minorities need to remember they live in a multi-cultural society as much as we do and to remember this is the country from which they send the
cash to fund their families.
They want a 'permanent' life here - but dont want to commit to the society.
My prejudice comes from experience of this country...I see you are speaking from a Canadian perspective.
Walk a mile in another man's shoes. This country should be ashamed of itself.
And before you try and counter me with the statement that I must be a BNP supporter, I am not. I am representative of the wider british public who are
feeling more and more marginalised by poor immigration policies. This country is becoming more and more disenfranchised.
I welcome all to the country...but I admire the Australian and Canadian approach - you have to bring some skills to the country to get in...and you
need to commit to it.
This young man should have been reprimanded, but the apologetic, accommodating, PC cancer that is rife in this country has allowed his views to become
the most important aspect - thus validating them. When, actually, his views are completely invalid. He probably calls himself a British muslim.
I call him "taking the p***".