A Student of History

September 19, 2007

Britain: an unequal and segregated nation?

Filed under: The world today — John Maass @ 6:44 am

This should come as no surpise to us, and may be what we are headed for in the US.  From the Telegraph…..

Three decades of multi-culturalism have left Britain an unequal and segregated nation that is in danger of breaking up, race watchdogs say in a report published today.

The Commission for Racial Equality fears the country is ”fracturing” and extremism is being fostered by the retreat of different groups behind their own ethnic walls.

The bleak analysis is contained in the final report of the CRE before it is absorbed into the new Equality and Human Rights Commission at the end of this month.

Here’s proof of what this looks like.  Click here for a BBC story about Muslims in the UK demanding their own religious schools there, paid for (of course!) by public funds.


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  1. […] under: The world today — John Maass @ 6:36 am In a prior post I wrote about Britain and the problems it faces internally with multiculturalism, as it is […]

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