The other day someone in Hungary said the following:
A Kingdom of only one language and one custom is a fragile and stupid thing.
This is a prime example of political correctness gone mad.
All right, this is a lame attempt at being funny. This is from a letter of St. Stephen, first King of Hungary, to his presumptive heir St. Emmeric, who borrowed this concept of a diverse kingdom from the Romans and, of course, was no enemy of unity: his was a Catholic kingdom, not a plural, each to his own, kingdom.
It always amazes me — and it relieves me — to see some concept that has, to quote David Hart « […] something of that sublime indifference to the banal pieties and prejudices of modernity […] »