Courtesy of Central News comes this revealing article from The Telegraph.
It has managed for two months without a national government, as its leaders squabble over who should run the country. Now a political crisis in Belgium, fuelled by long-running animosity between its French and Flemish-speaking populations, threatens to undermine the very existence of the country.
For me, this demonstrates the fallacy of the idea of "multiculturalism" - the notion that you can take a bunch of peoples with disparate cultures and identities and mould them together into one nation without a prevailing monoculture to hold them together.
It just doesn't work.
There has to be a dominant culture - in all nations. Anything else will lead to the dissolution of those nations and the return of tribalism.