For years now it has been observed that reading the Toronto Star on a regular basis induces deleterious effects on the mental hinging of practitioners. For those unaccustomed to examining premises or logical processes, the effect is commonly to convert the stupid into the dangerously stupid. To others, ordinarily stable faculties are overwhelmed by feelings of astonishment, anger and desperation. For example, it has now driven the typically unflappable Publius of Gods of the Copybook Headings to a full-scale fisk assault that concludes:
Consumption of volatile pathogenic dreck like the Toronto Star should obviously be undertaken only in moderation and with careful monitoring. One risks either passive acceptance or excessive reaction to such idiotic blandishments as this, cited as well by Publius:
Whether by demographic suicide or failure to properly assimilate waves of new immigrants we are walking down the same path as the continental European states. Whether by taxation or regulatory strangulation we are going down the road to economic ruin that will consume the EU within a decade or two. That is the choice Canada faces, either we return to the core values of freedom, personal responsibility and the rule of law or join Eurabia on the road to cultural and national oblivion. In this war the journalists have clearly stated their preference and Stephen Harper is, however cautiously, stating his.
Queen's University, one of Canada's most academically elite schools, admits it has allowed a "culture of whiteness" to take root that fails to welcome visible minority students and professors.
Sunday, April 23, 2006
Posted by MapMaster on Sunday, April 23, 2006