Nativism Watch

FAIR Advisor Compares Multiculturalism to Hurricane Sandy

Domenic Powell • Nov 05, 2012

Never losing sight of what’s important, the Chair of the FAIR National Advisory Board compared multiculturalism to the damage done to the East Coast by Hurricane Sandy.

“A growing hurricane of multiculturalism has come to America,” Donald A. Collins, chair of the FAIR National Advisory Board, said on “It is to be hoped that the cultural heritage basic to our freedom and comity can somehow be preserved.”

Collins’s comments come as many residents of New York and New Jersey return from the weekend to schools with no heat, closed subways and trains, damaged roads, gas shortages, and not knowing when their home electricity will be turned back on. According to Collins, immigration policy since 1965 has done more damage. “We have added since 1965, unnecessarily but with bipartisan concurrence, over 100 million aliens we did not need, cannot employ—and who in many places will seek to replace our cultural icons with their own,” Collins says. The non-European “promiscuous multicultural imports” need to be cast out. Collins ended his blog by sharing the music of Scottish pipers led by Andre Rieu.



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