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Confidence in the West

Reader comment on item: Op Eds Now More Central in War than Bullets
in response to reader comment: another question..

Submitted by David W. Lincoln (Canada), Oct 17, 2006 at 16:38

I can't disagree with this assessment mentioned above. Case in point, in the October 17, 2006 edition of the National Post there is a letter to the editor from a Muslim in Toronto. He asks, what do those who are not Muslim want. As long as timidity regarding Western culture has too strong a sway in editorial boards, universities, and news rooms - it would be just like in so many words what C.S. Lewis wrote, "we make them geldings, and then we bid them to be fruitful". So, in other words, any language which counters multiculturalism is strictly censored - and we are paying the price for it.


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