Nonetheless, the Industry keeps bombarding us with its merits, with the mindless Orwellian ‘strength through diversity’ and similar rubbish. But the Industry is, of its essence, living proof of its fundamental falsehood.
Here’s my theory.
If multi-culty diversity was so wonderful, if we’re all just waiting to live in happy-clappy multi-culty PC wonderland with the hundreds of thousands of ‘New Irish’, why do we need the Industry at all?
Yet the country (and all other countries in the West) is swamped with them. Google ‘Ireland’ and ‘race’ and you’ll get more than two million hits! And you’ll soon realise the size of the industry. I gave up after reaching thirty six such organizations, all leeching off the public finances. A reliable source informs me that there are over two hundred such groups.
Read what those groups say: It’s all basically the same. ‘We’re fighting against the growing tide of racism and xenophobia in Ireland and helping communities to integrate better’.
Excuse me – but I thought diversity was strength, not something that needed the equivalent of an army to police?
A report on racism by the Economic & Social Research Institute refers to “harassment on the street, in other public places or on public transport, insults or other forms of harassment at work”.
Lawyer, lecturer and general pain in the hole Ronat Lentin tells us we’re gone from being ‘institutionally racist’ to ‘constitutionally racist’. I don't know what that means but apparently it’s bad. Very bad.
A report from Dublin City University bemoans the rapid rise of ‘far right’ parties throughout Europe. “A common theme has been their very vocal opposition to 'immigration' and a barely hidden or even undisguised racist opposition to minority communities within their individual states."
Finally, can I point out to the plethora of diversity managers in every workplace, university – in fact anywhere people interact together. These parasites are playing an increasingly important role in the Industry, and drawing down handsome money for it. Invariably at the taxpayers’ expense.
So, my point is this. If diversity and multiculturalism are so wonderful, why do you need a whole industry, supported by a massive body of legislation, to enforce it?
It’s a good point, isn't it?
And, again, using the industry’s own words, the situation is getting worse, not better.
And it just underlines, as if we needed to, that diversity and multiculturalism represent social engineering on a scale similar to that pursued by Mao or Stalin. Agreed, not with their violence. But you see, their work could be reversed over a generation or two, as is happening now in the former Communist countries. But once the social fabric of a society has been destroyed like say England’s (see my post here) there’s no going back.
That's what these bastards are doing to us.