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 Points of Political Philosophy

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August 22, 2017, 07:49:26 pm
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Offline Leto Atreides II

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Points of Political Philosophy
« on: August 22, 2017, 07:49:26 pm »
  • The most fundamental purpose of a government is to protect the rights and meet the needs of the People it governs.

  • Multiculturalism is rape. No sane or sensible People ever ask for it. If it gets voted into practice, those who voted have either been brainwashed into believing that multiculturalism is somehow a good idea, or as in the case of Canada, were mislead from the start (in Canada, multiculturalism was originally promoted as the celebration of those cultures which had established Canada, as displayed in the Red Ensign flag's shield: the English, the Scottish, the Irish, the French, and the Aboriginals. But once voted in, multiculturalism became a byword for importing as many various races and cultures as possible - a sickening "bait-and-switch" from what had originally been promised.)

    The Red Ensign flag

  • Multiculturalism is oppressive in nature. All Peoples need a government of their own kind of people. One government over two or more Peoples will invariably treat one more favourably than the other(s), and then there will be wails of "inequality".

  • Multiculturalism is genocidal in nature. If it is not eliminated, it leads to the destruction of all diverse Peoples caught up in it.