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James Bredin

Rookie (1933 / Ennis Canada)

MULTICULTURALISM


Multiculturalism is government appeasement for them,
For fear that a majority might make a minority feel condemned,
It’s the ultimate form of political correctness and trend,
In case racism might raise its ugly head and we can’t defend.

Multiculturalism is good except as a government stance,
It helps to keep the rest of us, heads bowed down, in a mild trance,
It helps to keep an unknown number of bureaucrats employed,
It helps keep a large number of poor Canadians annoyed.

There’s got to be a better way than government edict,
Because this involves supposed human rights and imposed conflict,
It can’t be done through religion because they don’t get along,
We need someone highly intelligent to tell us what’s wrong.

Dec 10th,2010

Submitted: Friday, December 10, 2010

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