Steyn: Fourteen Years On

“…George W Bush had a rare opportunity after September 11th. He could have attempted to reverse the most poisonous tide in the western world: the gloopy multiculturalism that insists all cultures are equally valid, even as they’re trying to kill us. He could have argued that western self-loathing is a psychosis we can no longer afford. He could have told the teachers’ unions that there was more to the Second World War than the internment of Japanese-Americans and it’s time they started teaching it to our children.”

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