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in response to reader comment: Tying One Hand - and Perhaps the Stronger Hand - Behind One's Back

Submitted by David W. Lincoln (Canada), Dec 6, 2006 at 18:44

Part of the poisonous harvest that Ron Thompson points toward is attributable to the "know-it-all" stance of those who are expert at second-guessing Western culture because we have not achieved utopia. Well, one way not to make improvement is by dwelling on what is wrong, without seeing what is right and seeing what obstacles are in the way.

As long as multi-culturalism stipulates that all cultures are at the same ethical level - the worst trick second-guessers laid on the world is foisting multiculturalism upon the world.

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