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I might add that I greatly admire the work of the historical Mary Mackillop. I also recall my anti-Catholic grandmother put aside her prejudices when it came to the “brown nuns” whose work she respected.
Mary Mackillop and her brown nuns also reflect a degree of multiculturalism even in 19th century Australia, a time when cultural diversity was not all that highly favoured. In 21st century Australia much greater cultural and ethnic diversity exists and is generally accepted, despite some bigots or others who are variously dubious about it. But ethnic and race riots are in fact extremely rare, while acceptance of core Australian values and laws is the rule rather than the exception, phenomena that make me proudly Australian.
Of course we do live on a multicultural planet. That is simply a fact. Nationalism is the Johnny-come-lately, thanks largely to the Romantic movement of the late 18th and 19th centuries. A high degree of cultural diversity was a feature of the Roman and Byzantine Empires, of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, and of course is by definition a feature of the European Union. The more within our nation states we learn to practise the necessary acceptance of others the better off our nations and the world will be.
Not so Germany, where Angela Merkel seems to be labouring under the delusion that Germany (over 90% ethnic German) has been having a multicultural experiment which, it appears, has failed. Rather I would point to Germany’s monocultural experiment in the 1930s and 1940s as the greater danger, and it did fail spectacularly and at a great cost to the world as well as to Germany.