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Comment by DeSwiss on November 12, 2010 at 12:33am
Yes, yes, yes!

"Once a government is committed to the principle of silencing the voice of opposition, it has only one way to go, and that is down the path of increasingly repressive measures, until it becomes a source of terror to all its citizens and creates a country where everyone lives in fear." ~Harry S. Truman
Comment by Atheist Exile on November 12, 2010 at 8:14am
I've been becoming more and more aware of how political correctitude has been twisting our understanding of many, diverse, issues. Multiculturalism is a prime example.

Western, liberal, democratic ideals embody many lofty values. When these values meet intractable resistance, accommodationists and apologists bend over backwards, in a well-intentioned gesture of inclusion, to adapt their values to those who resist them. This is how political correctitude begins.

The problem is, those lofty values were right to begin with. Human rights, equal rights, freedom of religion, press and speech . . . these are nonnegotiable. We should not make exceptions for ANYBODY.

It's no wonder Europe is rebelling against multiculturalism. When you turn a blind eye to those who compromise your most treasured values, you will one day wake up and find your values are confused and lost.

It was wrong to allow the abject subjugation of women in our Western democracies. Religion, tradition or family dynamics do NOT excuse anybody from our hard-earned laws. Immigrants need to adapt to their host countries . . . not the other way around.

It's time to view the designs of self-flagellating apologists with suspicion. How much more do we need so see before we believe our own eyes?
Comment by Loop Johnny on November 12, 2010 at 8:49am
I just spoken at my history class about totalitarian regimes and their effect on the individual. Free speech is the first attacked. Without free speech you cannot have freedom, just a pseudo-form of it.
Comment by Sydni Moser on November 13, 2010 at 7:34am
Such an appropriate and excellent quote DeSwiss!

@AE - "Human rights, equal rights, freedom of religion, press and speech . . . these are nonnegotiable" This says it all, without these rights, those with power will subjugate, intimidate, and dominate. It's happening here with the mass media controlled and operated by big corporations who have their own agendas. By corporations and the government demonizing Unions so that they cave-in and give back hard won statutes that protect and provide a livable wage for their members. Corruption is everywhere, but Unions are falsely blamed for driving industry overseas. Our rights are being eaten away, and with the repugs in power who want nothing less than to dismantle everything that we have gained to provide for those who are aged, sick, and poor.


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