Switzerland Votes to Criminalize 'Homophobia,' Spain Moves to Criminalize 'Glorifying' Franco DictatorshipChris Menahan
Feb. 11, 2020
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Modern-day liberalism is held together by an ever-growing list of politically incorrect taboos which mustn't be uttered lest they undermine our vibrant multicultural democracies.
From LifeSite, "Switzerland votes to criminalize 'homophobia'":
The Swiss have voted by a large majority to make "homophobia" a criminal offense.From Reuters, "Spanish government to ban glorification of Franco dictatorship":
The Spanish government plans to make it illegal to glorify the regime of former dictator General Francisco Franco as part of a reform of the country's criminal code, the Socialist Party said on Monday.From CBS 6 Albany, "NYS Senator proposes new bill to police hate speech on social media:
The Hanukkah stabbing where five people were wounded by a man with a machete happened at a synagogue in Monsey. That's right in senator David Carlucci's district."Liberalism confronts an inescapable practical dilemma," conservative philosopher James Burnham wrote in his 1964 book Suicide of the West. "Either liberalism must extend the freedoms to those who are not themselves liberals and even to those whose deliberate purpose is to destroy the liberal society—in effect, that is, must grant a free hand to its assassins; or liberalism must deny its own principles, restrict the freedoms, and practice discrimination."
"Surely there would seem to be something fundamentally wrong with a doctrine that can survive in application only by violating its own principles."
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