Do you see multiculturalism and diversity beneficial to American society?
A Homogenous population seems to work well in the Scandinavian countries
Obviously not. Immigration should be stopped so immigrants can assimilate into American culture like they did between 1924 and 1965.
However they need to meet the American norms. They can keep their own culture alive. They are not mutually exclusive.
I consider diversity beneficial. It can have its downsides though. A homogenous society tends to be easier to appease as a whole.
Diversity, yes. Multiculturalism on the other hand is a direct threat to our existence as a culture and nation. It’s a cancer that must be removed.
While diversity can be beneficial in some aspects, multiculturalism is not beneficial to any society. It causes strife, often significant strife. A simple comparison of homogeneous vs multicultural societies throughout history demonstrates this.
"Diversity" is liberal-speak for racism.
Like: NYC Mayor DeBlah-zero demanding City College of New York (CUNY) end admissions criteria like test scores and grades, to increase diverrrrrrrrsity because their aren't enough of the (important) minorities. I guess he's upset so many kids of Chinese Dragon-moms are in the schools keeping up high standards.
I think you’re reading too much into it friend.
Diversity yes. Assimilation of multiple cultures yes. Multiculturalism no.
We were founded as a land of immigrants. Immigration is an asset to our economy. Travel, tourism, doctors, scientists, people who can work farmland, etc.
They all had a common dream: to build a nation of success. They saw that people needed to be able to live and work together to succeed.
This is not the case now, with outpourings of govt aid and local courts upholding sharia law.
Immigrants are more likely to own a business that native born Americans.
Immigrants businesses have become more important to our economy over time.
Compared with people born in the US, immigrants are more likely to work in buildings and grounds maintenance, construction, computer, math or science occupations, and jobs in food preparation or service. Native born workers are more likely to be employed in sales, business and financial operations, office support or social service jobs.
Yes, as long as it’s not forced.
Historically multiculturalism and diversity has come as a result of moving barriers and sanctions that have prevented or hindered integrating cultures and ethnicities, so in a practical sense “forced multiculturalism” is pretty oxymoronic.