Ethnic diversity’s ‘inconvenient truths’
The Vancouver Sun scrutinizes the claims of the diversity cultists and concludes diversity does irreparable harm to society:
Are you engaged with your community? Or are you “hunkering down?” Are you connecting with friends, volunteering or involved in politics? Or are you drawing into yourself, “like a turtle?” Harvard sociologist Robert Putnam has completed an important study of more than 30,000 North Americans and concluded that – especially if you live in ethnically diverse cities such as Toronto, Vancouver or Los Angeles – it’s likely you are “hunkering down.” That’s the colloquial phrase that Putnam, who has been an adviser to everyone from Bill Clinton and Tony Blair to the U.S. State Department and the World Bank, uses to describe the lack of trust he discovered among most North Americans in diverse urban settings.As far as big business, big government, and Cultural Marxists are concerned, this isn't a defect of diversity, but a selling point. They want an atomized society where the individual has no bonds, no history, and no nurturing community. That makes the population easier to control and exploit.