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Multiculturalism is a sham (1)

smitty_one_each (243267) | about a year ago | (#43693873)

We've been told since the arrival of Marcuse [wikipedia.org] things like:

On a global level, this rot is collapsing. Lord rest those children in Scandinavia.

Re:Multiculturalism is a sham (1)

Zontar The Mindless (9002) | about a year ago | (#43700577)

Greetings from Scandinavia, where I and my Swedish, Turkish, Russian, Algerian, Moroccan, Nigerian, and Vietnamese neighbours all get along quite well, thanks. I also lived for some years in a very multi-ethnic suburb of Brisbane and got on quite well there as well.

I fail to see any point whatsoever to the cartoon other than that I found the description of children having holes blasted in them to be a bit upsetting as it was no doubt intended to be.

Shock effect is not effective if you're given to no clue as to WHY it's necessary/appropriate to be shocking.

Otherwise, it's merely gratuitous. In this case, I find it fucking childish.

Re:Multiculturalism is a sham (0)

Jeremiah Cornelius (137) | about a year ago | (#43702989)

Yes. The effect is for USians. There are apploogists everywhere, for Brevik as the unfortunate outcome of tolerating others.

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