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The cost of pessimism

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Submitted by David W. Lincoln (Canada), Jul 11, 2006 at 10:00

Isn't this an exhibit of what happened in the past, and how it is influencing the future? The radicalization of the Muslim community in Londonistan proceeds un-abated, while opportunity after opportunity is turned down which would show Western culture to be superior to Islamic culture in various ways. Seeing that nature abhors a vacuum, cultures either advance or retreat. Its time for the West to change strategy and tactics and go on offense. What's at stake is how we live.

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