Who We Are As a People, part III
As for our staff, here at The Contemplative Thinker, the acceptance of refugees as a reaffirmation of America’s commitment to diversity is by stipulation of what real diversity is. Therefore we see this reaffirmation principle as a means of changing words which ultimately as this process continues will lead to significant change in the American culture; consequently, more changes in moral values, value orientation, and belief was well as ethical considerations. In other words, this is precisely the way that political correctness enters into the nation’s consistency and becomes the product of internal and external destruction.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has stated many times that she is all for a borderless world and as such continued with the reinforcement of reaffirmation to consummate the American identity with “who are we as Americans.” Mrs. Hillary Clinton has stated so herself that America is defined by its unlimited openness to diversity.
However, first, we should examine every politician’s use of words. According to http://www.dictionary.com diversity is the word used to determine
- (1) the state or fact of being diverse; difference; unlikeness:
- (2)variety; multiformity; and
- (3)the inclusion of individuals representing more than one national origin, color, religion, socioeconomic stratum, sexual orientation, etc.: Now then, on the other hand, integration defined by the same source indicates,
- (1) an act or instance of combining into an integral whole;
- (2) an act or instance of integrating an organization, place of business, school, behavior, as of an individual
- (3) behavior, as of an individual, that is in harmony with the environment.
When one looks up the actual words, word origins and the time they came into use an entirely different meaning can change! It is my personal argument that democrats have been engaged in this process for years.
However, (there’s nothing like a newbie politician, eh?) to show the bipartisan nature of this commitment, Republican Speaker of the House Paul Ryan has used the same phrase to explain his approval of the refugee program. In both cases presented here, the clear implication is that America’s commitment to diversity outweighs considerations of national security.
Obama’s uncle, refugee
Gee whiz kids, what could be worse? Indeed to what can only be called a self-willed delusion, proponents of the refugee program seem to believe that their commitment to diversity makes us stronger and more secure as a nation and that any opposition to the program is racist, xenophobic, and most particularly Islamophobia.
Tomorrow we will see what twists and turns there is in this cycle. Until then…