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Monday, January 16, 2006

This and That Again

Today is MLK day and I think it's sad how many people, black and white are determined to prevent his dream from coming true. Mr. King said he dreamed of the day when his children would be judged by the content of their character and not the color of their skin.

I would like to see white liberals and their black supporters reject multiculturalism. It is a doctrine that holds that a person's worth is to be determined by the race or culture to which he belongs. It is collectivism, an attack on the individual which means individual character. And with it they need to reject diversity which is just a euphemism for segregation. Diversity teaches people to seperate into groups, race, culture, ethnicity, whatever, and to rejoice in that seperation, to celebrate it. Of course this process just sets groups against one another. Diversity is an evil doctrine that places a value on seperation, on the opposite of integration. It makes people put emphasis on their differecnces rather than their similarities and mutual interests.

Today President Bush said that Mr. King's dream has not yet been achieved. But if it is to be achieved, both blacks and whites need to reject multiculturalism and diversity and adopt individualism.


As supporting evidence for my last post that MSM will go for news first and truth second, Michelle Malkin has a post with links where the NYT printed a picture supposedly of the aftermath of a US attack on a Pakistani village in which 18 people were killed. Trouble is, the picture is one of an artillery shell and not a missle as the NYT claims. Follow the links for a lot more info. The NYT removed the photo from their website about three hours later.

This is further proof that MSM"s automatic reflex is to go with news first and truth second if at all. They just don't care. The reason they don't care is because they have been a defacto establishment for a long time. To an establishment, facts simply become irrelevent. What matters is whatever moral or political winds happen to be blowing at the time. But the blogosphere I think, is changing that.


I just finished watching the second two hours of 24 and I liked it. I recommend it. Next showing is next Monday.

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