The Magic of Multi-Culturalism

Immigration is fine as long as it follows the Constitution of the USA. Our laws are based on Christianity . Sharia law is at odds with the Constitution. If they realize they can’t accept our country then they need to return to their country of origin.  The magic of multi-culturalism is accepting the new country and not trying to make your new country what you did not like but left behind. Again, if that can’t happen then you need to return to your country of origin.  You can’t have it both ways.  You can keep  your religion but you can’t impose it  on others; but, you must follow the laws of the Constitution not Sharia law.  You cannot mix religion and politics under the Constitution.  Under Sharia – religion and politics are one entity – so there you go.  You have to take Sharia out of the equation because it is like oil and water – it does not mix  in America.

WE DO  NOT SUBJUGATE WOMEN!

kommonsentsjane

Watchword Politics

Imagine Paris without the Eiffel Tower. Imagine Paris without the Louvre, the Arc Du Triomph, without Notre Dame. Try to imagine France without baguettes, or even the French language. These are all things which have historical and cultural relevance for French people, they belong to French people, they are what we think of when we think of France. The ancient Gaulic influence is still to be seen despite Gaul having been conquered by the Franks in the 5th century (around the fall of the Western Roman Empire). It became a separate country in the 9th century. If a case can be made for any country’s sovereignty, France is a fine example. But what is France, really? What is a country? Can’t we all just get along? Can any country be said to belong to the people who inhabit it, who have shaped it and been shaped by it? Is a…

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