"It is Disgrace"
A. Article or pronoun. one point score unless on double/triple letter score or word score space. Deduct 1 point.
"This country is based on Christian principles and through these principles this country became prosperous."
Many would consider those "principles" to be the justification for unjustly seizing an Empire, and also responsible for the ultimate inability to maintain it except by force of arms. Rather unprincipled, actually.
"Why this country started hating itself?"
Ignoring the grammatical errors and/or sentence fragment, I thought self-loathing was an important part of Christian doctrine.
"Who these modern politicians want to please by fighting Christianity?"
Those with an overwhelming need to feel persecuted?
"What is the ultimate aim of multiculturalism?"
Extinguishing the inherent, "us versus them" prejudices that hate mongers, politicians, and clergy use as a lever for such knee-jerk reactions as yours perhaps?
"We've had enough of this "modern" liberal nonsense."
Remember that the next time you look at your Italianate portrait of the Semite Jesus, enjoy your French Champagne, admire a German automobile, listen to a Russian symphony, drive on a MacAdamized road, etc., etc. ... and all this rant from a game of Scrabble, you stupid get!