British Home Affairs Minister Suella Braverman made a statement in her speech the other day (September 26) that “multiculturalism has failed”.
The conversation goes like this:
Today, Suella Braverman dropped a truth bomb: multiculturalism has failed, and the UN's refugee convention is outdated. Cue the faux outrage and cries of 'racism!' But let's get real—she's voicing what many Brits think. Hats off to you, Home Secretary! pic.twitter.com/sajDjDoHku
— Darren Grimes (@darrengrimes_) September 26, 2023
Thoughts of Paul Sec
It’s not multiculturalism that ruined England. The first is that the British have become too accustomed to laziness and have become disconnected from production, technology and R&D. There is no education or employee in the fields of engineering, technical sciences, production, software and product development in this country. Depending on who you ask, they are studying art history, painting, law, sociology, etc. at university. When the sector collapses, the small educated segment moves to producing and developing countries such as Germany and the USA. Or the companies they work for are bought by Germans and Americans.
The second reason is the EU’s ridiculous immigration policy. Look, this is not about multiculturalism. There are so many gaps in EU regulations; He divorced his wife, who had lost interest in countries such as Romania, Poland, Greece and Bulgaria, and settled in London. When you divorce, you get tons of government support, child support, rent support, etc., but the divorce is on paper. In fact, leaving the EU is not in Britain’s favor under any circumstances, they are aware that they are in trouble, but this ridiculous immigrant burden has made people so tired that Brexit has been understood and accepted as a contract to send back the immigrant population.
Nonsense events are happening in the country due to the populist woke culture. The commercialization of this WOVED incident already hits LGBTI and minorities first, and will hit them even more. It is not difficult for England to shake itself off and get back on its feet; they have a great culture, knowledge and financial system. But they need to get rid of the “we are selling our culture and language anyway” mentality. Young people who are educated like their fathers go and make a living by giving language education on Cambly, it’s a real shame…
Eda Martin’s Opinion:
Since when was this a multiculturalism problem?
The rhetoric of the statement is very interesting… If the aim was multiculturalism, you would choose the best of a culture and create a pleasant environment where different people can get to know each other. These uncontrolled migrations, which seem to be deliberately planned, not giving the slightest importance to integration and compatibility, harassing the local people by bringing in the opposite types while those who will represent each culture in the best way, etc. At best, the exact opposite of multiculturalism may have been intended.
It is also strange that England, not Italy, made this statement. I wonder if they wanted to get rid of immigrants from the very beginning, but they were afraid of the EU’s condemnation, and they first wanted to draw the EU to their side by making them tired of immigrants? In other words, it is impossible for a mind aiming for multiculturalism not to foresee that this work would backfire in this way; it is clear that the opposite is intended.