“Soft despotism is a term coined by Alexis de Tocqueville describing the state into which a country overrun by "a network of small complicated rules" might degrade. Soft despotism is different from despotism (also called 'hard despotism') in the sense that it is not obvious to the people."
Don't liberals and our betters in Canada preach and teach that we have it all wrong about Muslims? They tell us you can't judge the many by the crimes of a few. To do so is racist, bigoted, xenophobicReplyDelete
Here is what our moral superiors say in an unguarded moment:
AshSun Jul 23, 11:12:00 AM EDT
"The low-quality, 2.5-minute cellphone video was provided to The New York Times by Archer's office and earlier obtained by Florida Today. It shows a man flailing in the middle of a body of water as the teenagers describe his struggle and laugh at him from the shore.
One of the teenagers, using an expletive, calls Dunn a junkie. Someone tells him not to expect any assistance: "Ain't nobody going to help you, you dumb bitch. You shouldn't have got in there," he says."
So American, so 'superior!
No bigotry there.Delete
Don't liberals and our betters in Canada preach and teach that we have it all wrong about Muslims? They tell us you can't judge the many by the crimes of a few. To do so is racist, bigoted, xenophobic.Delete
The Hidden Islamic War Series: Muslim Fighters Slaughtering Europeans In World War II
By Alexander Shah - on July 24, 2017
Also muzzies in the Spanish Civil....Franco brought them over to Spain from Morocco. Without them, the Spanish Republic may have survived.
Hitler liked the muzz too, and their methods.
Their methods were akin to those of ISIS.Delete
What has changed ?
Good to see you are catching on Deuce.ReplyDelete