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"Multiculturalism is about the proper terms of relationship between different cultural communities. The norms governing their respective claims, including the principles of justice, cannot be derived from one culture alone but through an open and equal dialogue between them."

Multiculturalism generally shortened to Multikulti is an internationalist ideology that seeks to create the complete co-habitation of every culture within every area of life.




Strive to create a better peaceful existence for all cultures. Most of the ideas are about cultural diversity and a "cultural world".

How to Draw

Flag of Multiculturalism
  1. Draw a ball.
  2. Fill in with blue.
  3. Draw three simple figures on the ball, left white, middle gray, right black.
  4. Draw in the eyes and you're done!
Color Name HEX RGB
Blue #3D46CD 61, 70, 205
White #FFFFFF 255, 255, 255
Grey #808080 128, 128, 128
Black #1F1F1F 31, 31, 31




  • Interculturalism - How can various different cultures be allowed to exist together if they have to essentially assimilate to promote unity? And no, I'm not trying to "put people against each other" or anything.
  • Ethnopluralism - On one hand, separation allowed multiple cultures to emerge. On the other hand, putting multiple them together allowed new cultures to emerge as well.
  • Alter-Globalism - No globalization with globalization? Odd. But you want to preserve all cultures, which is based.
  • National Anarchism - Just an anarcho-ethnopluralist.
  • De Francism - Interracial marriage is good and all, but outright forcing it is going a bit too far.
  • State Liberalism - Same with you, but more internationalist, so that's good I guess.
  • Neoliberalism - I like globalization but you sometimes have Anglo-Saxon, occidentalist, and/or even white supremacist tendencies.
  • Neoconservatism & Third Way - Friends of the above.
  • Democratic Confederalism - You may like me and all, but I think you're pushing it a little with the whole "abolish nation-states" thing.


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