Government Report: Pakistani Women Failed to integrate
by Mark Angelides
A government report has been released that looks at how various communities have integrated. It will be of little surprise to anyone that Pakistani women who do not speak English have completely failed to integrate and, in fact, live in an extremely isolated environment.
Quite why people close to the government are surprised by this is baffling. Could it be that they live in secluded communities away from the hustle and bustle of the average Brit?
It is the very people who commissioned the study that are to blame for the lack of integration. They had an idea of multi-cultural utopia, where all cultures are equal…what they go were ghettoes, division, and No Go zones. Yet these same people will be the ones tasked with trying to fix it.
Pakistani women have not integrated into British society for one reason alone…They have not been asked to. The pervasive (at least in government) idea that all cultures are equal is just plain wrong. A culture that views (and legally enforces) the notion that all people are equal, is far better than one that regards half the population as second class citizens.
The UK government has let these women down by following their “liberal” ideology regardless of contrary evidence. Their move to Britain should have been liberation for tem, instead it was more of the same.
And what measures do you suppose the “leaders” in their wisdom will adopt to rectify the allowing of virtual slavery on British shores? Well, we already know because they have been doing it for years: They will try to destroy British culture to appease minority groups.
It is happening all over Europe (except Poland and Hungary), and it is beginning to happen in the US, too. Hey will denigrate the native culture, and espouse praise for every other culture. They will use the fabricated ideas of large-scale, wide-spread White Supremacy and “the Patriarchy” to shout down Western culture and values.
But here is one thing they will not do: they will not, no matter what, put the blame for poor integration onto Pakistani men. And this is the true madness. It is the men who are controlling the women, and it is their actions and culture that need to be challenged (this obviously does not apply to men whose wives have successfully integrated).
The governments are willfully blind to the problems they create and will only have one solution: that we must change ourselves.