Yes. It's a response to smike's Canadian chauvanism.September 10 2004 at 11:48 PM
|HR (no login)|
from IP address 126.96.36.199
Response to What?
And I firmly believe that institutionalized "multi-culturalism" is an elitist form of discrimination, no matter how supposedly well intentioned, whether in the halls of academia or in the halls of justice. It makes sense to have laws against racism, sexism and bigotry. It doesn't make sense to enable a religion to practice racism, sexism and bigotry under the umbrella of a government policy of "multi-culturalism". It would have offended my Greek born grandparents, who - like the millions of other immigrants who came to this continent - never wanted to be anything more or less than a citizen of the nation they adopted as their own.