“Like all of Europe,” writes Pat Buchanan, “Germany grows nervous.”
Are Germans finally — this late in the day — growing nervous about the five million Muslims, among other foreign groups, they have allowed to populate their country since the 1960s?
In Tribalism Returns to Europe, Buchanan describes the grim consequences of the glorious mosaic of multicultural diversity, that was supposed to bring harmony and progress to European nations. How was it ever possible to put aside common sense and buy the notion that a homogeneous people, one of shared history, language, values and disciplines, could benefit from the intrusion of heterogeneous masses of foreigners?
Because the United States was forced to make the best of its unique circumstances, as it dealt from the beginning with several existing ethnic groups, did observers come to think that this was normal?
Did others not take notice that…
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