Skip to comments.Australia ex-PM (John Howard) : We went too far accommodating Muslims!
Posted on 09/29/2010 9:56:25 PM PDT by RobinMasters
Australia's former prime minister John Howard has attacked "multiculturalism" in English-speaking nations, saying that some sectors have gone too far in accommodating Muslim minorities.
The blunt-talking conservative, who led Australia for 11 years before losing 2007 elections, said Tuesday on a visit to Washington that the "Anglosphere" needed to take greater pride in its values and achievements.
"This is a time not to apologize for our particular identity but rather to firmly and respectfully and robustly reassert it," Howard said at the Heritage Foundation, a conservative think-tank.
"I think one of the errors that some sections of the English-speaking world have made in the last few decades has been to confuse multiracialism and multiculturalism," Howard said.
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The same thing is now happening in America. Must be a dumbass infidel thing.
Kinda of several years too late and lots of dollars and brains too short.
Hindsight is ALWAYS 20/20!
“”This is a time not to apologize for our particular identity but rather to firmly and respectfully and robustly reassert it,” Howard said at the Heritage Foundation, a conservative think-tank.”
Amen to that!!
Better late than never, I hope.
Closing the barn door too late.
It’s part of the marxist plan to overthrow Western free cultures. We are being hoisted with our own petards.
“Howard hailed what he called the values of political freedom and rule of law of five “Anglosphere” nations — Australia, Britain, Canada, New Zealand and the United States.
Howard said that India shared some characteristics with the group. He also called for greater cooperation with Indonesia — which he hailed as an emerging model for moderate young Muslims — and Japan.
But Howard said that the “Anglosphere” clearly held different values than China. Howard’s Labor Party successors have sought to expand relations with China, a major consumer of Australia’s raw materials.”