Torturing the Truth

L. Neil Smith has an interesting Libertarian piece up at The Libertarian Enterprise: Torturing the Truth. My favorite quote in the entire article (with context, so you know the qualifier):

That truth is simply this: it isn’t the Moslems who came to the west to push us around, steal our resources, sneer at our customs and beliefs, depose our leaders and replace them with puppets, reshape our political institutions, or redraw our national borders to suit their own foul purposes. No, that’s what we Europeanoids have been doing to them.

Get this through your head right now, because it’s not going to go away, no matter how much you may hate being compelled to recognize it. It’s a fact that will largely determine the shape of the 21st century. Americans and Europeans are the aggressors in this conflict, and what happened in New York on September 11, 2001, was an act of long-delayed retaliation.

Don’t misunderstand me. I’m not one of those liberal detractors of Western Civilization we hear of from time to time, mostly from their entrenched positions within academia. I happen to like most aspects of Western Civilization. The problem is, what this government is doing in Iraq and Cuba is not what Western Civilization is supposed to be all about. In fact, it represents a hideous slide backward into the Dark Ages.

The article is also being run on Aaron Russo’s blog, L. Neil Smith is the Campaign Advisor.

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