Fragmenting civilizations with incompatible religions and languages.
The great philosopher Emanuel Kant said, “The two great dividers of any civilization are religion and language.”
Simply said, if you morph a country into different languages and religions, you create ultimate fragmentation. That historical fact runs true whether you witness Muslims breaking off from Hindu’s and Buddhists in India to form Pakistan. One look at Lebanon shows bombings and chaos among it diverse religious and language groups.
Take a look at Iraq’s Sunni Muslims, Shite Muslims and Kurdish Muslims. They hate each other, kill each other and wage endless war upon each other. They wage violence on Iraq’s Christians without mercy—so much so, after the fall of Saddam Hussein, hundreds of thousands of Christians fled the country.
Some 35 years ago, a Frenchman Jean Raspail, angry that the French president began importing Muslims from Africa and the Middle East wrote a book, Camp of the Saints, that proved terribly clairvoyant. He spoke of a vast armada of poor people having destroyed the ecology of their own countries, sailed toward France to be saved from starvation, human misery and suffering.
He wrote one alarming scenario after another. One of the leaders of the poor spoke to a captain on one of the ships, “You don’t know my people—the squalor, superstitions, the fatalistic sloth that they have wallowed in for generations. You don’t know what you’re in for if that fleet of brutes ever lands in your lap. Everything will change in this country of yours. They will swallow you up.”