There is a distinction that must be made between a nation and state; a 'country' is a state: that is, the geographic region over which a governing body governs and rules. Thus, the United States of America is a state as defined by agreed-upon borders. This is obvious. However, we often assume that all states serve a nation, when in fact this is quite untrue. A nation is a group of people that share common ethnic heritage (though I feel this is largely irrelevant) and, beyond anything else, a common culture and values system. Ideally, the state exists centered around a nation...that is, one nation. Can we, then, say that America serves a "nation"? Certainly not. There are many different nations within the state of America; there are many different cultures all living within the state of America. Thus, the one state of America must cater to the needs and demands of several nations... and this is nonsensical. It is no secret that there can be huge disagreements between cultures: over values and morals, over customs, and over rules of etiquette, and even more. Thus, how does it make any sense that we should have one government and several nations? Nobody will agree, and indeed as we can observe today, there is division and isolation between people of different cultures. People say diversity is 'beneficial', but to that I say, nonsense! I am not against diversity, but you have to have some firm common ground between people; at least, even if people are diverse, they have to be culturally uniform. What other possibility is there, that makes sense? If we are to have one nation, we need to have one culture and we need to ensure that the people are in unison over this culture and that all people identify with and share the same values and customs. This is necessary in order to create a nation-state. The problem has arisen because of this staunch, illegitimate so-called 'need' for political correctness; no, the state can't support a specific group! No, the state can't endorse a certain values system! No, the state can't teach these beliefs! Nonsense. If the state exists to serve a nation, then that one nation, that rightfully is served by a state, can set any damn laws they please to protect their culture and their way of life, and their values system; instead of the state catering to foreigners who refuse to assimilate and people that refuse to nationalize, those outcasts need to find another place to live. This is the only logical way; and if a fear of being 'politically incorrect' is what is stopping you from supporting such ideals, I say abandon such a fear. There is nothing wrong with saying "Britain for the British", or "Netherlands for the Dutch"; it is your country, and your culture first and foremost. Multiculturalism is nonsense, and you don't have to tolerate something you don't want to. National identity takes priority.