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Started by M O'D, December 31, 2014, 10:26:02 AM
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QuoteIf one were to emigrate to India (a prospect the RM did indeed consider back in 1999-2001) would one be actively seeking Indian nationality/citizenship? Would one ever contemplate creating a family dynasty that ensured one's progeny would eventually become Indian citizens, as demonstrated by the establishment of, say, nine generations of succeeding ancestry?Bar a few deluded individuals, such a scenario is most unlikely to rise.Yet, are not all those people who migrate to these Isles being asked to do just that?The development of the Anglo-Indians was a consequence of migrant British people procreating with some of the indigenous Indian people of the sub-continent. These attempts to establish rooted families were no doubt well-intended and may indeed have been a result of a love that knows no boundaries. However, as time has passed, they have diminished in number. The same situation exists in South Africa where one can note the existence of the so-called 'Coloured' people.Why do these attempts at mixing indigenous peoples from different lands (multiculturalism) invariably fail in the long term? Read the full post » http://roguemale.org/2014/12/14/myth-multiculturalism/