Some might say that it is only the “white countries” that have to be burdened under the yoke of multiculturalism. But I don’t know about that… Peru for example has a rather extensive Japanese community, Singapore I’d say is a multicultural country, the Caribbean has a lot of Indian people (from India not Native American). There are a lot of diasporas of a lot of different groups (worldwide). And so, if you go looking at the ethnic make-up of a lot of countries you’ll probably find there are communities of people in a lot of nations that you least expected.

Israel is actually a multicultural country really, although it is an ethnic state based upon Ashkenazi supremacy. Anyway, I certainly don’t want to live under any sort of analogous regime or form of government such as that — a regime that is an ethnic state — like that of Israel!

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