Does anyone think it doesn't work? With both the US and Europe becoming more multi cultural do you think this thing is going to blow up someday? Could it possibly work?
Funny example is the guy cloned posted, Geert Wilders. They set up a site to report problems regarding foreigners (Polish mainly) that are in the way or causing problems to Dutch working people that could cause harm to their financial/job security. And that actually ain't a bad initiative to go for, but the execution is a bit drastic. Because it is a simple fact that Polish workers will go below the rate a Dutch worker would do. Then take that money back to Poland, where that money is better than the average salary a worker in Poland earns.
That is just unfair and disadvantages our own workers, because they can not drop lower in price rates, because they have to support their family by the Dutch prices of food, drinks, rent etc. While the Polish workers locate themselves in cheap accommodations (with sometimes 8 to 10 people in one house) for temporary residence. Then move back to Poland when they achieved their money goal to spend it there.
However another friend of mine works 40 hours a week for 1400 euro a month. He's 25 years old and saved 5 years to buy a 20.000 euro car (new) and a week later they informed him about a inspection on how he could afford such car with a 1400 euro salary.
Even the playing field and apply the same rules and standards as any other. Right now this is not the case and people are growing hateful towards each other.
who said it can work without integration?That's pretty much what multiculturalism is, if there was integration it would be mono-culturalism because there would be a single culture that's constantly evolving, changing and growing.