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January 2, 2010

From Epluribus Unum to Diversity is Strength

Epluribus unum–from the many, one–is so passe in these postmodern times.  As if plucked from straight from the pages of Orwell’s 1984, the multiculties insist “diversity is strength”.  But strength for who?

This is how the town of Wooten Bassett in England mourns and honors it fallen heroes.

Village honors fallen heroes.

Hundreds of people line the market town’s High Street every week to watch servicemen’s bodies being driven through from RAF Lyneham.  Family and friends of the fallen, shopkeepers and British Legion members wait in all weathers to pay silent tribute to a cortege of Union flag-draped coffins.  Ex-mayor and councillor Chris Wannell said: “We don’t do what we do at Wootton Bassett for any political reason at all, but to pay our respects to those who have given their lives for our freedom.  “We are a Christian country and a traditional old English market town who honour very much our Queen and country. We obey the law and pay respects to our servicemen who protect our freedom.

And in a show of diversity, this is how some in the muslim community are now responding to Wooten Bassett’s display.

Islam4UK – which calls itself a “platform” for extremist movement al-Muhajiroun – plans to parade through the Wiltshire town in the coming weeks.  The group’s website says the event is being held “not in memory of the occupying and merciless British military” but of the Muslims its says have been “murdered in the name of democracy and freedom”. [you better believe it!] Leader Anjem Choudary said the protest, involving 500 people, would be peaceful one, with “symbolic coffins” being carried to honour Muslim victims of the conflict. He said he also planned to write to the parents of dead UK soldiers with his version of “the reality of what they died for”.

Nice.  But the people of Wooten Bassett are choosing to respond to this show of diversity with what I guess will have to pass as strength in these new multicultural times.  Staying at home.  Europe is lost.

“The people of Wootton Bassett are not interested in politics. They will say, these are foolish people making a silly point – we’ll get on with our ordinary lives thank you.  “This also misunderstands the nature of what the people of Wootton Bassett do. They are not bloodthirstily in favour of the war. Most people would say they were not qualified to comment on the rightness or wrongness.  “The people of Wootton Bassett are decent, quiet, pragmatic people and they’ll stay at home instead (of reacting to the march).”

So there you have it folks. I’ve just made a case for how “diversity is strength.”  But the strength this diversity provides is only for the cultural marxists who seek to take a wrecking ball to your judeochristian culture by dividing it into as many atomized little pieces as possible.  Because divided you fall.  They have no idea what will emerge from that wreckage.  They no longer even care.

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