Fox Contributor Attributes Terrorism To Lack Of Immigrant Assimilation In Western Countries

Jonah Goldberg: “Multicultural Politically Correct Attitude About Not Assimilating People” Creates Groups Like ISIS And 9/11 Hijackers

From the November 17 edition of Fox News' Your World with Neil Cavuto:

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NEIL CAVUTO (HOST): So multiculturalism or just multi-problems. To Jonah Goldberg, who says he agrees with a lot of that opposition leader and what he had so say. Jonah, good to have you. What do you think of that?

JONAH GOLDBERG: Well look, I think that Farage is absolutely right on the big picture, it is just self-evidently true that there are fifth columnists - I mean, it's an incendiary term, but it's an accurate one. There are jihadists, often subsidized from either Saudi Arabia or from, you know, internally in the European Union, who openly espouse Shariah, openly espouse joining ISIS, who say that western Europe needs to be, you know, brought to heel. And he's right that it's a very small number, but they have outside influence, and the issue isn't just the sleepers coming from ISIS, you know, Europe in particular has a much worse problem than the United States does because of its multicultural politically correct attitude about not assimilating people. You have these people, often second generation and third generation Muslims, children of immigrants who are actually much more radicalized than their parents were. You saw that with the 9/11 hijackers, you see that throughout huge swathes of France.


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