Tuesday, May 15, 2012

A voice crying in the Wildersness

The Steyn. Five pages long, but if you value freedom, worth every minute.
But in the end the quiet life isn’t an option. It’s not necessary to agree with everything Mr. Wilders says in this book — or, in fact, anything he says — to recognize that, when the leader of the third-biggest party in one of the oldest democratic legislatures on earth has to live under constant threat of murder and be forced to live in “safe houses” for almost a decade, something is badly wrong in “the most tolerant country in Europe” — and that we have a responsibility to address it honestly, before it gets worse.

Because it's going to get worse.

"The Western world is shuffling into a psychological bondage of its own making."

No comments:

Post a Comment