In response to Jane Kelly: Mass migration and multiculturalism drive us further apart, Sinceyouask wrote:
I like Jane’s posts and articles.
She writes with clarity over WHAT is happening, while capturing the bewilderment of WHY we are allowing these things to happen. There are others who do that, but almost uniquely, she manages to describe sympathetically another important phenomenon: that the adverse effects of multiculturalism (and let us be honest, what we mean is Islamification) are distributed very unevenly in our society. Whole communities – Wakefield, Tower Hamlets, Small Heath – have been surrendered. There is a very damaging paradox for those close to the centres of power or influence: the less one is affected by the consequences of Islamic separatist demands, the easier one finds it to call for tolerance and understanding – but only, of course, from the indigenous community.
I was driving early in the morning following the atrocity, and listening to the BBC radio coverage, and I shared her incredulity over this glaring hole in coverage and commentary. Will this prove a tipping point? These behaviours are so ingrained, now, I fear not.