Diversity is the Reason We Can’t Have Nice Things

Maetenloch from Ace presents this Quote of the Day (from Wounded American Warrior via No Pasaran):

We can now add Halloween parties to the list of things we can’t do because we live in a diverse society…

…Far from being a bonus, diversity looms as a pagan god that demands the constant sacrifice of everything we hold dear. In exchange for a few benefits-exotic restaurants, I guess? – it compels society give up its traditions, its sacred rights, and even its basic decency. The terms of the Faustian bargain are never spoken aloud of course because no one would ever accept it if they were. Diversity’s salesmen will tell us that there is much to gain and nothing to lose though experience should tell us that they’re lying. It first demands that we give up the small stuff, things that seem insignificant when considered in isolation, such as silly high school musicals. What’s the big deal if we ditch West Side Story for the sake of racial harmony? But it doesn’t stop there because diversity’s hunger is never sated. A precedent has been set and will inevitably be followed from there on out.

Both links have more and are worth reading, but note that the second is pretty annoying with its various web page ad tricks.

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