Sociology, 1965

A magical sci-fi Marxist paradise where people with entirely different and conflicting religious beliefs, moral values, and social norms live mixed together in total utopian harmony.

The concept of multi-culturalism originated in Canada after the Holocaust and decolonisation as “biculturalism”, (“the Canadian mosaic”) through the struggles for co-existence between English and French language via the Royal Commission on Bilingualism and Biculturalism (1963–1969). Due to the need for immigration, it became national policy in 1971, as it also did in Australia in 1973. The EU followed, due to the results of its “guest worker” program. The “Godfather” of multiculturalism was Jamaican Marxist, founder of New Left Review and Foucault-loving Cultural Theorist Stuart Hall, who also blatantly ripped off Derrida. Unsurprisingly, in 1990, Marxism Today praised the whole idea, despite everyone else writing it off as a total failure.