September 28, 2010

I believe the sentiments outlined in this article will only continue to grow.
I’m really not quite sure of the underlying reasons for Sarrazin’s book, but he’s tapping into something. What that is should be an important things for the German leadership to understand.
Samuel Huntington had a way of explaining some of the more horrible events of WWII in a scarily, mundane way. His point-of-view was that dissimilar cultures simply can not coexist in the same space.
America is different, because, as I heard it expressed at a conference, America is not a country. It’s an idea. But we are not a model the world can follow.
Samuel Huntington’s theories are depressing, but that doesn’t mean they aren’t true.

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