Monday, April 30, 2007

Cho Seung-Hui: Victim of Multiculturalism

Since the massacre of 32 students and teachers at Virginia Tech, the mainstream media have obsessed over the fact the crazed gunman was able to buy a Glock in the state of Virginia.

Little attention has been paid to three other facts:
(1) that "Hokie Nation" is a campus where the typical multicultural crap is pushed, giving Mr. Cho a perfect justification for his murders.
(2) the Richmond legislators who voted to make "Hokie Nation," a gun-free zone where gus were outlawed, and surprise, surprise, only the outlaw had a gun.
(3) that Mr. Cho was not alone, in the last two decades there have been quite a few rampages by immigrants, who were no doubt marinated in the "multicultural" (multicommunist) and "politically correct" (politically communist)propaganda pushed in academia and the media.

In stories about Mr. Cho, we learn he had no friends, rarely spoke, and was a loner, isolated from classmates and roommates. Cho was the alien in Hokie Nation, encouraged by the multicultural pap of "professors" like Nikki Giovanni. And to vent his rage at those with whom he could not communicate, he decided to kill in cold blood.

Before this multicommunist crap, we were a people, a community, a country. Students would have said aloud of Cho: "Who is this guy? What's the matter with him?"

Teachers would have taken action to get him help—or get him out.
Since the 1960s, we have become alienated from one another even as millions of strangers arrive every year. And as Americans no longer share the old ties of history, heritage, faith, language, tradition, culture, music, myth or morality, how can immigrants share those ties?

Many immigrants do not assimilate. Many do not wish to. They seek community in their separate subdivisions of our multicultural, multiracial, multiethnic, multilingual mammoth mall of a nation. And in numbers higher than our native born, some are going berserk here.

But you won't read, see or hear about that; it's covered up by a politically correct media, which seem to believe it is socially unhealthy for us Americans to see any correlation at all between mass migrations and mass murder.

"Diversity is strength!" So we are endlessly lectured, Orwellian style. "War is peace! Freedom is Slavery!"

But are we really a better, safer, freer, happier, more united and caring country than we were before, against our will, we became what Theodore Roosevelt called "a polyglot boarding house for the world."

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