I've been saying this for some time now and this Mark Steyn snippet from NRO just confirms it. Multiculturalism, among other things, is just a pause in the dominance of one outgoing culture and the emergence of the new. It leads not to a time when "all cultures are equal" but to a time when another culture will assume dominance. Its primary objective appears to have been to jettison the Christian heritage of the West.
In particular, as the dominant Judeo-Christian culture recedes, the incoming Islamic culture encroaches (which really isn't dominate; it just has a force and power among the powers-that-be WAY beyond its actual presence in the West):
The internal contradictions of multiculturalism [Mark Steyn]
Expect more new stories like this:
Two primary schools have withdrawn storybooks about same-sex relationships after objections from Muslim parents.
Up to 90 gathered at the schools to complain about the books which are aimed at pupils as young as five.
One story, titled King & King, is a fairytale about a prince who turns down three princesses before marrying one of their brothers.
Another named And Tango Makes Three features two male penguins who fall in love at a New York zoo.
Bristol City Council said the two schools had been using the books to ensure they complied with gay rights laws which came into force last April.
I love this little nugget:
The decision was made to enable the schools to "operate safely" after parents voiced their concerns at meetings.
I wonder where the danger would come from? Just asking...
Make no mistake about it: Feminism, the Gay/Lesbian movement, minority claims are not on equal footing with Islam in the West. When the Muslim population says jump, the question will only be "How high?"