Friday, May 26, 2017

After the Confederates, Who’s Next?

Pat Buchanan writes:
Behind this remorseless drive to blast the greatest names from America’s past off public buildings, and to tear down their statues and monuments, is an egalitarian extremism rooted in envy and hate.

Among its core convictions is that spreading Christianity was a cover story for rapacious Europeans who, after discovering America, came in masses to dispossess and exterminate native peoples. “The white race,” wrote Susan Sontag, “is the cancer of human history.” ...

As scholar Charles Murray has written, 97 percent of the world’s most significant figures and 97 percent of the world’s greatest achievements in the arts, architecture, literature, astrology, biology, earth sciences, physics, medicine, mathematics and technology came from the West.

What is disheartening is not that there are haters of our civilization out there, but that there seem to be fewer defenders.


  1. The Founding Fathers. Many had slaves, and all were complicit in setting up the nightmarish country that several billion people are dying to live in.

  2. They probably didn't provide health insurance or pension plans for their non-slave employees either. And they ate meat. Someday their monuments will be destroyed also.