Assimilated into American societyPosted: September 23, 2013
Assimilated into American society
Therefore, Americanization is the process of an immigrant to the United States of America becoming a person who shares American values, beliefs, and customs and is assimilated into American society. This process typically involves learning English and adjusting to American culture, and customs, while keeping the old foods and religion in accordance with the personal life.
The entire motivation to becoming a part of something, the process of becoming part of or more like something greater or the integration of the group the process in which one group takes on the cultural and other traits of a larger group is the assimilation we feel that has badly gone array in our nation. The integration of new knowledge or information with what is already known is the learning process.
Where on this planet earth has the notion of assimilation gone? Taking the high road as liberals think they do, assuredly they would argue for multiculturalism; although, there has never been a time throughout humankind’s existence on earth has two or more cultures ever seemed to get along peacefully.
One matter that we do know about insofar as history bears much adieu considering the force of multiculturalism and the effects it has on people and nations.
A simple instance worth reporting is the public position with matters of accepting more and more individuals from places other than home. This cannot be as the Group of Eight has done. The idea behind shuffling the papers around and saying “ah…we’ve got at least 70 votes for immigration changes…”
When in reality 65 to 80 percent of the American public disagrees with your assessment. Specifically at 50 percent that is 70 unqualified votes up against 160 million people. And the precept only gets worse.
History has recorded at least thirty (30) different times where the entire DREAM Act has been defeated by America’s voters. So why therefore is this messy piece of legislation still trying to make it obviously through the Senate?
Groups with a mission to spread prejudice and hatred against Muslims are coordinated and well financed, according to a report released by the Council on American-Islamic Relations or CAIR, a Washington-based civil rights group.
The report, titled “Legislating Fear: Islamophobia and its Impact in the United States,” was released Thursday (Sept. 19), and it names 37 individuals and institutions that “were at the center of promoting Islamophobia in America” during 2011-2012.
The report, which found that incidents of hatred against Muslims had decreased slightly, includes a list of 32 other groups that promote Islamophobic themes as well as a “best list” of organizations that have sought to combat Islamophobia.
“American Muslims face discrimination every day,” said Nihad Awad, national executive director of CAIR. “Islamophobia is a threat to the safety of American Muslims.”
Think of Led Zeppelin in the early 1970s, I keep thinking in an endless loop “…ugh-ha-ha Ramble on…Ramble on…” Please be aware that we have downloaded their report, click here please; moreover, when a person of sensible mind reads the report, it really comes across as a real cry-baby mess.
Therefore we too, have our beliefs about just how and why organizations such as CAIR always scream and cry bloody murder when anyone says a thing about them albeit, positive, negative, or neutral.
We would like to mention a huge category that seems to have gone by the wayside with this group and several other groups as well. It is tragic that life seems to go in this way – if we let it…however, we can stop the blatant disregard for the rules simply by maintaining your own positions.
Categorically we refer to assimilation. The ideology of assimilation literally comes from the concept of Americanization. When in haste people in more difficult parts of the world, either by war, politics, purging, or other means of cleansing an entire region of people with differences have always wanted to immigrate to the United States. We do not believe it is necessary to itemize why that is; albeit, circumstances may have been different in their native countries.