On Nov.1 2007  James Chapman reported in the newspaper "The Daily Mail”:

Multicultural Action Plan for the UK
"Christmas should be downgraded in favour of festivals from other religions to improve race relations", says an explosive report. Labour's favourite think-tank says that because it would be hard to "expunge" Christmas from the national calendar, 'even-handedness' means public organisations must start giving other religions equal footing. The leaked findings of its investigation into identity, citizenship and community cohesion also propose:
• "Birth ceremonies", at which state and parents agree to "work in partnership" to bring up children
• Action to "ensure access" for ethnic minorities to "largely white" countryside
• An overhaul of Britain's "imperial" honours system
Bishops being thrown out of the House of Lords
An end to "sectarian" religious education
Flying flags other than the Union Jack.

The report by the Institute for Public Policy Research was commissioned when Nick Pearce, now head of public policy at Downing Street, was its director. IPPR has shaped many Labour policies. The report robustly defends multiculturalism - the idea that different communities should not be forced to integrate but should be allowed to maintain their own culture and identities.

Criticism of Action Plan from Muslim side
Sayeeda Warsi, the Conservative spokesman on community cohesion, said: "Their comments betray a breathtaking misunderstanding of what it is to be British. These proposals could actually damage cohesion." She added: "You don't build community cohesion by throwing out our history and denying the fundamental contribution Christianity has played and does play to our nation. "As a British Muslim I can see that - so why others can't just staggers me."
"The thought of Gordon Brown sharing responsibility with me for bringing up my children sends a shiver down my spine. I thought we got rid of communism?".

Where does the Action plan come from ?
This last question keeps floating in the air.
The view of the Labour Party and so of Gordon Brown on society is deeply problematic. For it is the view that imbues all of the societies of the EU today. It reminds ominously of the following programme:

1. Abolish patriotism
2. Abolish family. In stead public education of children. Abolish al morality.
3.Abolish religion - Christian religion in particular. To this set of "values" the following issues also belong:
4. Abolish monarchy and existing governments.
5. Abolish private property and
6. inheritance.

The purpose of these 6 issues is to split peoples politically, socially, and economically, to destabilize countries and create a one-world government through chaos. The originators called themselves illuminists and testified that "all religion , patriotism, and loyalty to the prince should be annihilated."  

On May 1, 1776 this programme was presented to Mayer Rothschild, who had demanded an organisation rule the world with. And they called this programme: "The New World Order". President Bush sen. announced it 5 times during the first Iraqi War, even   making it he the cause of the 1. Iraqi War , because Saddam Hussein´s invasion af Quwait “threatens the New World Order”. Gorbachev has spoken of this order since 1988. Friedrich Engels in the "Histoy of the Communist League" admitted that the Communist Manifesto had its roots in illuminism .

Now the EU has officially professed illuminism - and Danish political parties on Nov. 8, 2007 answered that "Danish values" were  "Liberty, Equality and Brotherhood" of illuminism

Prepare yourselves for the Fair New World:A one-world state governed by financial princes.

The one-dollar bill shows the symbol of the New World Order: A pyramid with its capstone lifted off. In the capstone is the all-seeing eye of Osiris/Horus. The pyramid symbolizes the non-completed world state. Below the pyramid is written:The New World Order: Novus Ordo Seclorum.