More responsibility and less social security. That’s what British Prime Minister David Cameron wants for ‘his’ Great-Britain. Cameron thinks his mission, the implementation of the Big Society, is a matter of policy but in my opinion radical changes demand something more. Implementing ones party program isn’t enough. In this blog I will explain why a Big Society in Europe is a bad idea. Though the retreat of the state is inevitable, the introduction of a Big Society would do more harm than good.
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With Khadafi’s would-be massacre looming in Benghazi, Europe has proven that it is still willing to take on a messianic role to fight for freedom. The enthusiasm that David Cameron and Nicolas Sarkozy have shown to protect human life with all means necessary deserves the deepest respect and stands in stark contrast to Germany’s inexcusable cowardice. Libya deserves European military support in escaping from the yoke of a madman that has oppressed its people for generations.
Multiculturalism is dead. At least, according to many prominent EU-leaders. It’s a shame though, that they didn’t present a feasible alternative to the multicultural society. Should we say our permanent farewells to the multicultural ideal, or should we instead try to reform it, giving it a chance to survive? I’ll try to answer that question below.