Wednesday, September 19, 2007

True, Manipulative, and Detrimental

Trapped in that narrow intellectual prism of mainstream European "humanistic" self-regard, there are actually people that think this is helpful:
United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights Louise Arbour said on Monday that bigotry and prejudice, especially in regard to Muslims, were common in Europe and called on governments to tackle the issue. […] Europeans "are shocked at times when it is pointed out that bigotry, prejudice and stereotyping is still sometimes very present in their attitude to others," she said.
Don't forget to overcompensate for your flaws! That's always panned out really nicely in EUtopia.

- via
Brussels Journal

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