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  • Creating a society of multiculturalism is critical to global peace and cooperation.

  • the key is balance don't let too many people in at one time (i'm looking at you europe) especially when cultures are very different they have a tendency to clash

  • In small amounts maybe, but the way it's being done is harmful in it's divisiveness.

    Posted by: Volted
  • I believe humans would live more peacefully if they managed to live a less varied culture.

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Mister_Man says2015-08-30T20:41:24.5790002Z
I'm actually on the fence about this. I support it because everyone is born equal, however with the different cultures brought in, it can (and does) cause a lot of tension between groups. The East Indian population where I live is incredibly different than the White population, and usually stays together in communities and doesn't bother talking with anyone of another race. I mean most races would rather stick together, so it's not only one race doing that, but it's hard to maintain a steadily healthy society with an equally diverse community.
ramm55 says2015-08-30T21:22:13.6365759Z
I believe multiculturalism is advantageous to a more humane and kinder world, but being from Germany where multiculturalism has been for the most part a failure, I can see the negative side of the coin. I think it sad not to embrace the differences as educational experiences.
Sarra says2015-08-30T22:23:37.4931135Z
I'm on the fence. I do not have enough world experience to fully understand or recognize the causalities of multiculturalism yet. Would a blending / merging of the cultures be better than them being separate?
Renegader says2015-08-31T03:56:30.0219980Z
Good point by Sarra, it is really hard to say which would be better.

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