Wednesday, February 16, 2005


"MULTICULTURAL MADNESS" documents how multiculturalism, which started on college campuses during the "cultural revolution" of the '60s, has succeeded in making America so confused, "politically correct" and "minority-sensitive" that it has all but forgotten its original, core, Judeo-Christian values. Because of rampant multiculturalism:

* American heroes from Christopher Columbus to the Pilgrims are now likened to genocidal racists and maniacal bigots.

* "Whiteness studies" - the latest incarnation of multiculturalism on America's college campuses - teaches that "whiteness" is the underlying cause of practically every conceivable social ill and that white people are almost inherently evil.

* Devil-worship and witchcraft are now afforded the same respect as worship of God. For example, a Virginia judge ruled that officials in Chesterfield County discriminated against a Wiccan when they barred her from opening a government meeting with prayer. And Britain's Royal Navy allowed a non-commissioned officer to conduct satanic rituals on board one of its ships, giving him his own satanic altar where he could dress up in black robes and perform ceremonies to worship the devil using bells and candles.

* Perversion and sexual criminality are now equated with traditional, monogamous marriage. In 2004, thousands of same-sex marriage ceremonies were conducted throughout the U.S. - in open defiance of the law - under the banner of fundamental fairness and non-discrimination. Polygamy may soon be legalized in Utah. Even adult-child sex - euphemistically called "intergenerational sex" - is making surprising headway into the mainstream, based on today's pervasive climate of moral equivalence among all forms of consensual "love."

This worldview whereby we declare all human cultures and moral codes, from the fairest to the foulest, to be equal in value is made possible only by the total abandonment of any objective standard of right and wrong. And this confusion is now even compromising America's ability to fight and win the "terror war," hindering the government from clearly identifying who the enemy actually is:

From the Beltway snipers (who had praised 9-11 and threatened jihadi violence) to the Muslim pilot of Egypt Air Flight 990 (who intentionally crashed his plane into the Atlantic killing all aboard while praising Allah), to the killers who recently executed all four members of a New Jersey Christian family in the ritualistic Islamist way (multiple knife attacks and near-beheading) - the official response is always the same: reluctance, in the face of overwhelming evidence, to conclude that "Islamic jihad" was the crime's motive.

Likewise, the press - the filter through which Americans receive their information - is also paralyzed by political correctness. Stephen Jukes, Reuters' global head of news, decreed that the giant wire service's 2,500 journalists should not use the word "terrorist" to describe terrorist acts. "We all know that one man's terrorist is another man's freedom fighter and that Reuters upholds the principle that we do not use the word terrorist," he wrote in an internal memo. "We're trying to treat everyone on a level playing field . To be frank, it adds little to call the attack on the World Trade Center a terrorist attack." 9-11 was not "a terrorist attack"?!

At least one media organization is not in the grip of political correctness, says WND/Whistleblower Managing Editor David Kupelian.

"Unlike our colleagues at Reuters and CNN and the rest of the so-called 'mainstream' press - which isn't very mainstream - we at WorldNetDaily aren't confused about our loyalties or about what's right and wrong, or about what made America great," said Kupelian. "And this issue proves it. It delivers a sparklingly clear, in-depth expose of what multiculturalism is really all about - namely, hatred of everything Western, white, male and Judeo-Christian."


Puncturing the politically correct

By Johnnie Carrier

What's wrong with the world? Have we all gone completely mental coo-coo? Who started this political correctness stuff and why do we need it? Can't anyone take a joke anymore?

Stuffed animals in straight jackets causing a national uproar: What's up with that? The Vermont Teddy Bear Company has been charged with insensitivity over a Teddy bear in a straight jacket? The bear called Crazy Over You has started petitions and has politicians speaking out against it. Can't we laugh anymore? It appears that the mother of a person with mental illness has started the campaign to get the bear off the shelf - all because her son is ... er, mentally challenged.

After going on its Web site, I saw the Vermont Teddy Bear Company had another Valentine bear. It was a Cupid bear - a Cupid bear shooting arrows of love. Shouldn't they take that off the market, since my Great Uncle Lucas Carrier was killed by an Injun (I mean a Native American) in 1878?

You can't say anything without offending people. We don't go blind anymore; we are "vision impaired." We can't go crazy anymore; we "lose our mental capabilities." Are you fat? No more. You are "horizontally challenged." Are you a bum on the street who found this paper on a park bench? No way. Now you are an "unemployed, hygienically impaired person"

Do you wear false teeth? No more. You have improved your chewing capabilities. Have no teeth? Well, depending upon you age you are either pre-or post-dental. Heartbroken? Some cardiologist may take that the wrong way. Let's change that to "romantically in need of repair." Change the name of a smoker to a tobaccoist. Eyeballs? Now they will be known as focal orbs.

Not only did George Orwell write a novel named after a cool Van Halen album, "1984" included something we are living out today, and that, sport fans, is called NEWSPEAK. The totalitarian government in Orwell's novel thought by changing the way we spoke we would change the way we thought. Bad became ungood. Great became doublegood. We need to be really careful here, kids, or chocolate will soon become unvanilla.

I really don't think it's a blue state, red state thing. Both shades of those two primary colors are guilty. Political demigods from both sides of the aisle want to change the name of antipasto because it might offend those who are propasto. If we don't get a hold of this soon, heavy petting will mean a fat dog playing in your yard. Or jumbo shrimps will blow their tops at the suggested reference to obesity.

What's wrong with saying what's on your mind? Where did those easily offended people hang out when they were kids? Didn't you tease each other? In other words, didn't you learn to take a joke? Soon the world will be filled with mommies giving their sons and daughters Inuit kisses instead of Eskimos kisses. Look how stupid it is. Would you drop the word pervert for uninhibited? Of course not (even though people have called me both of those words). But the word pervert may offend you. Well, the term snowflake offends me, so from here on we will call them "crystallized frozen water in one-of-a-kind shapes."

People are so afraid to offend. The Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts in North Adams changes its name from the Mohawks to the Trailblazers. What they should have done was change the name to the Mohicans because James Fenimore Cooper killed off the last one of those in his "Leather-Stocking Tales," published in 1826. How come pro sport teams don't have to change their names? The Atlanta Braves could be called the Flames, after the match that General Sherman lit during the Civil War. The New York and San Francisco Giants need to be renamed. I'm surprised that people suffering from giantism haven't raised a really big stink over that one. The Washington Redskins will be changed to the Monuments, and they won't be able to take ticket reservations any more. The queen will expect the Kansas City Royals to change their name. I would recommend that we change the name of the New England Patriots, but we don't have any of those left in this country so why bother. The San Diego Padres? I went to a parochial school, and trust me, you don't want to tick off those dudes or their sisters.

Don't be afraid to say what's really on your mind, as long as it comes from your heart - and then who can complain? Only the truly crazy among us.

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