Monday, December 19, 2005

Robert Sharp, whom I discovered when hosting the Britblog Roundup last week, has a very good article up that refers to the policeman's speech that I posted a few days ago.
The social problems faced by immigrant communties world-wide are real, but multiculturalism is the word I would use to describe the solution, not the cause of the problem. Immigrant communities can and should integrate with their host culture, but the process of change occurs on both sides.

The precursor to that is found here, and is also a very worthwhile read. And, if you've ever wondered what someone's personal philosophy might be, Robert has an answer for you. He is being transferred to my Required Reading blogroll as you read this...

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Mank thanks DK. I'm about to do a wee bit of blogroll housekeeping myself, and you'll be at the top of the list.

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