Mark Twain on the Oslo Tragedy

As is pretty much always the case, Mark Twain got it right.Here is what he said in his highly cynical What Is Man?: "...when you know the man's religious complexion, you know what sort of religious books he reads when he wants some more light, and what sort of books he avoids, lest by accident he get more light than he wants." Given that the presently dominant religion in the West is multiculturalism, and its twin prophets are the Western governments and the press, the mainstream-media-consuming masses tend to be enveloped in the pleasantly dimmed lights of multicultural orthodoxy, and seldom get a chance of getting "too much light" of  the opposing ideology -- for a simple reason that this opposing side lacks the platform from which to speak. Which may very well have been the reason for the Oslo atrocity. If politically incorrect views -- like those opposing Moslem immigration to Europe -- are to be denied the mainstream platform for fear they would shed "too much light" on...(Read Full Post)