The Canadian author says real diversity is not based on race

Grant Edward Moore was born and raised in southwestern Ontario, Canada, with London, Ontario as his hometown. Mr. Moore’s interest in writing on political and social issues developed primarily from his years in Toronto and his exposure to the rich diversity there. In his recently published book Dr. And they were no variation, Moore questions the popular narrative that ethnic diversity is at the heart of a nation’s development. He also told Newsblaze about his views on the issue.

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Explain your idea of ​​real diversity in a society that does not promote mainstream.

Real diversity occurs when the opinions and contributions of all individuals are heard, valued and respected. Good ideas and good people are embracing on their merits and only their merits. And it certainly happens as a subject and it does not reflect a hidden agenda or a boundary of propaganda. It does not involve the politics of goals, quotas, attributes, prey, or identity.

What political agenda do you see behind the global spread of ethnic diversity, especially in the West?

The promotion of diversity is necessary because in recent decades Western countries have become more multicultural so these immigration policies must be validated. People should be taught that diversity is inherently good.

You have listed many important inventions and discoveries in human history that are credited to Caucasian men as evidence against a liberal worldview that claims that racial diversity is essential for progress. Why do you think the average liberal in the West fails to see this very clear evidence?

The dominance of white men in science is an uncomfortable, inconvenient fact that the liberal media wants to ignore because its reflection can easily give rise to claims of male superiority and especially white superiority. But when I grow up, people think that way. Not once, however, did my parents, my teachers, or my friends advise me to either express or imply that “we white people” are better than other racial or ethnic groups. I grew up with virtually everyone as a cultural or practicing Christian. We knew that all mankind were sinners and deprived of the glory of God. No team was better than the other. Were the dead whites good at scientific progress? What’s in it?

In the fifth chapter of your book, you briefly mention that racial diversity has brought misery, crime and slavery into society. Do you feel the need for academic study on this subject?

Yes, the academic community should be more forthcoming in this regard and make a realistic assessment of different societies. Former Yugoslav citizens say “diversity is our strength.” Economist Thomas Sowell says the United States has moved beyond differences without embracing them.

You wrote in your book that race consciousness is arguably worse than racism. Can you elaborate?

If a person embraces the “nation consciousness”, the danger is that it may become omnipresent and enter all their thoughts and their worldview. Anger and bitterness are then created. They begin to see everything through the lens of the victim and the oppressed. On the other hand, racism is often a sign of immaturity, for example, believing that all Asian women are bad drivers. It is not deeply rooted and can often be overcome by maturity.

Can you briefly comment that Canada – the country and its society – has been plagued by ethnic diversity due to mass immigration for the past two decades or more?

I don’t think Canada has been harmed by racial diversity but it has had to deal with issues like black racism and Islamophobia. Multiculturalism has certainly made Canada more attractive. My problem with Canada’s immigration program is the terrible lack of effort by the federal government to express a vision for the country and to build any kind of public support related to it. So, what we’ve done is endless, goalless population growth in our largest cities. Also alarming is the almost complete lack of coordination between federal, provincial, and local (city) governments and school boards on growth and settlement issues.

How do you see the role of mainstream media when it comes to issues related to race and diversity?

I don’t have much confidence in the mainstream media. The stories they choose to report (or ignore) reflect a narrative that they stress about white privilege, systemic discrimination, racist policing, and so on. They are no longer honest witnesses to report the truth.

Your book is interesting and important; It is educational; But it is very short. Do you have any plans to give more insights into the subject in a future publication?

I have no definite plans for a future book on the problem of diversity but I would definitely like to write one. It relies solely on current book sales and favorable reviews. Otherwise, it’s not very inspiring.

Thank you Grant for taking the time for this Correspondence

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