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February 12, 2011

The Suicide Cult of Non-Discriminaton

This liberal principle of destruction is utterly simple and radically extreme.
Yet very, very few people, even self-described hard-line conservatives, are aware of this principle and the hold it has over our society. Instead of opposing non-discrimination, they oppose multiculturalism and political correctness. But let's say that we got rid of multiculturalism and political correctness. Would that end Muslim immigration? No. Multiculturalism is not the source of Muslim immigration. The source of it is our belief that we must not discriminate against other people on the basis of their culture, their ethnicity, their nationality, their religion. A Real Islam Policy for a Real America

Posted by Vanderleun at February 12, 2011 12:25 PM. This is an entry on the sideblog of American Digest: Check it out.

Your Say

Gerard: I sent you a note and a pertinent link through the contact e-mail. Scary stuff.


Posted by: jwm at February 12, 2011 9:53 PM

I agree. No more muzzies or mesicans.

Posted by: Casca at February 13, 2011 7:48 AM

Yes, Gerard (cc. jwm). I note you link Mr. Auster's rather appealing piece with no comment. Wider research and analysis of Mr Auster's work does indicate that his aspirations about race and the ramifications have implications a little beyond where most of us are prepared to venture, even in these cataclysmic days? It's a pity that the opportunities for him to send these messages and make them seem palatable if not indeed essential, existentially speaking, is the failure of successive governments and the MSM to deal with the problems of the enemy within, the external threat of Islam and the weaknesses of what was once Western Civilisation. The inept - nay - idiotic handling by western 'leaders' of the last couple of weeks of a carefully nurtured internal military coup in Egypt indicates just how weak and ill informed we are and when only folks of the stripe of Lawrence Auster are prepared to expose that aggressively and offer a manifesto to deal with it, we are indeed in deep trouble. But all that said, there is indeed some very useful copy in Auster's manifesto. But fact that he physically resembles the late Herr Shicklgruber, of the Third Reich and a somewhat more practical agenda based on similar musing , does not help his case in my estimation.

Posted by: Frank P at February 14, 2011 7:13 AM

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