PrincessZara
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I tried to search on google etc but their a bit to complicated to understand
can someone put it in simple words
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it's been a while since I've done politics A2 but isn't it basically the context of modern multiculturalism (and the end of colonialism) whereby issues caused by colonialism alongside globalisation/immigration like racism and anti-islam (or sikhism, hinduism, etc) are sought to be solved?
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It's colonising the postal service.
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It's when you've shoved something too far up your backside.
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Do these issues caused by multiculturalism and immigration take into consideration its effect on the indigenous White population or do they simply not matter?

Thought as much.
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