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Reader comment on item: Professor [Shahid Alam] Compared Terrorists to Founding Fathers

Submitted by Octavio Johanson (Italy), Feb 7, 2005 at 09:39

In the United States (and even more so in Europe), multiculturalism is beyond debate.

Liberal Professors are the high priests of multiculturalism. If a Liberal Professor compares terrorists to Founding Fathers, that is still fine for the multicultural orthodoxy.

If an Egyptian Professor attacks the United States, and you reply, then YOU are in trouble for criticising him.

Multiculturalism reminds me of the Holy Inquisition, because of the fanaaticism that goes with that and because of the consequences faced by those who dare dissagreeing with the orthodoxy.

Liberal Professors are the chief perpetrators of this PC tyranny.

Let us ask ourselves a few simple questions:

1) Is multiculturalism good or bad?

2) Should Liberal Professors be able to intimidate the rest of us?

3) Can we criticize Muslims?

4) What is the exact meaning of the words "racism" and "Islamophobia"?

5) Should radical Islamists be allowed to work as Professors?

6) Are there alternatives to multiculturalism?

7) Can such alternatives be explored?

8) Why are all Professors liberals and socialists?

9) Why is multicultualism seen as the Truth?

10) Is it possible to hold a debate about the integration of Muslim immigrants in Chritian countries?

11) Am I a racist/fascist for daring to ask these questions?

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