Actually there is no need for us to be troubled by the plurality of the Indonesian nation After all to borrow Albert Einsteins expression God is not playing dice in the design of the creation of this country as a multicultural country Diversity does not always end up with a conflict as lo
Actually, there is no need for us to be troubled by the plurality of the Indonesian nation. After all, to borrow Albert Einstein's expression, God is not "playing dice" in the design of the creation of this country as a multicultural country.
Diversity does not always end up with a conflict as long as the right management system is available. There is also no need for us to be obsessed with the homogenization of nationality because uniformity is not a guarantee of peace and prosperity. In reality, the facts in the contemporary world show there is only a handful of countries that are composed of a single ethno-cultural group. Generally, modern states are polyethnic, constituted with various tribes. Even countries with various nationalities are present in various parts of the world. The latter are more precisely called "nations-states" rather than "nation-states".