The Strange Death of Europe: Self-Abnegation of Your Country

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Opinion Column by Frosty Wooldridge
Part 5: What happens when you disrespect your country and/or arrived from so far away that you don't possess any connection to your new country?  How do you disengage your own culture driven into your DNA to adapt to a new culture that remains strange to you?  Answer: you reject your new country.

In his book, The Strange Death of Europe, Douglas Murray said "I keep a small notepad of extremely stupid things that politicians say.  "We feel that multiculturalism and diversity make our country more dynamic."  And I thought that was one of the best.  And I sort of couldn't, not use that.  Because if somebody says something so stupid, you have to remind the general public of it.  And we have to linger over a comment like that because it is preposterous.  And it is also symptomatic.  It is symptomatic of a type of person — not just a type of politician, but a type of person — who posi
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