E PLURIBUS UNUM
June 14, 2010
A multicultural nation is a contradiction of terms; a logically repugnant notion. There are no multicultural nations, only diverse ones, like the United States. Some - academics, democrats, race hustlers - preach the gospel of multiculturalism despite the balkanizing effect on America and Americans. The promotion of ancestral roots values over American values is both divisive and destructive. It is not for nothing that E Pluribus Unum is the motto of the Great Seal of the United States, carried on high in the American Eagle's beak. The Founders, those dead, white, Christian men, knew precisely what they were about. It is obvious we are diverse; more so than any other country I can think of. It is more than unfortunate many cannot see the dangerous difference between diversity and multiculturalism.