Fjordman gästspelar i Brussels Journal och analyserar
"I’ve received some criticism for trying to figure out the
ideological and historical roots of Multiculturalism.
Critics claim that it’s all about hate, about a desire to
break down the Established Order at any cost.
Many of the proponents don’t believe in the doctrine
of Multiculturalism themselves, so we shouldn’t
waste any time analyzing the logic behind it, because
there is none. A desire to break down Western society
is certainly there, but I do believe there are some
ideas about the desired end result articulated as well.
We are told to treat cultural and historical identities as
fashion accessories, shirts we can wear and change at will.
The Multicultural society is “colorful,” an adjective normally
attached to furniture or curtains.
Cultures are window decorations of little or no consequence,
and one might as well have one as the other. In fact, it is
good to change it every now and then. Don’t you get tired
of that old sofa sometimes? What about exchanging it for
the new sharia model? Sure, it’s slightly less comfortable
than the old one, but it’s very much in vogue these days
and sets you apart from the neighbors, at least until they
get one, too. Do you want a sample of the latest Calvin Klein
erfume to go with that sharia?"