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after weimar

By Diogenes (articles ) | Oct 29, 2006

Thought for the Day from Mark Steyn.

The invaluable Brussels Journal recently translated an interview with the writer Oscar van den Boogaard from the Belgian paper De Standaard. A Dutch gay "humanist" (which is pretty much the trifecta of Eurocool), van den Boogaard was reflecting on the accelerating Islamification of the Continent and concluding that the jig was up for the Europe he loved. "I am not a warrior, but who is?" he shrugged. "I have never learned to fight for my freedom. I was only good at enjoying it."

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  • Posted by: - Oct. 30, 2006 2:29 PM ET USA

    Compare his statements to that of Teddy Roosevelt. http://www.cwnews.com/offtherecord/offtherecord.cfm?task=singledisplay&recnum=3863

  • Posted by: - Oct. 29, 2006 11:51 PM ET USA

    Why should any pansy European male have to learn to fight for their freedom...that's what Americans are for.

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