‘Mein Kampf’ in Malaysia? Anti-Semitism Updated

“If the Jews were alone in this world, they would suffocate as much in dirt and filth, as they would carry on a detestable struggle to cheat and to ruin each other, although the complete lack of the will to sacrifice, expressed in their cowardice, would also in this instance make the fight a comedy.” So wrote Adolf Hitler in Mein Kampf.

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A Worldview Clash at the United Nations

Standing again before the General Assembly of the United Nations, President Bush not only did not back down–he pressed his case. The civilized world still faces a grave challenge, he asserted, and that challenge remains terrorism in all its forms.

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The Secular Hatred of the Ten Commandments

The controversy over Alabama’s now-removed Ten Commandments monument has exposed the secular agenda determined to evacuate the public square of all biblical symbolism and content. This secular worldview is encapsulated in Thomas Jefferson’s concept of a “wall of separation between church and state” that has replaced the actual wording of the First Amendment in the public mind.

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Looking Evil in the Face: The Lessons of Idi Amin

Philosopher Hannah Arendt’s famous report on the trial of Adolf Eichmann was subtitled, “A Report on the Banality of Evil.” Eichmann, the mastermind behind Nazi Germany’s “Final Solution to the Jewish Problem,” was not a fearsome, imposing man. To the contrary, he looked absolutely normal–even harmless. The calculating murderer of millions resembled nothing so much as a mid-level clerk.

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