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Edmund Onward James





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PostPosted: Wed Sep 21, 2011 10:11 am    Post subject: Delectable Lie about multiculuralism Reply with quote

Professor Salim Mansur has written "Delectable Lie" and has been interviewed by a university weblog and Charles Adler. I have met Professor Mansur and have a lot of respect for him. He likes my middle name Onward, which is actually Edmund Onward James Sagebrush James. He calls me onwardej. I highly recommed taking a moment to read the interview and listen to him speak.

http://princearthurherald.com/.....117a647919

"The very problem is that multiculturalism is not a philosophy; there is nothing to it. It is like cotton candy; it is sweet, it is nice, it is fluffy, but if you touch it there is nothing to it, your finger goes right through. Likewise, multiculturalism has no substance. In my view it is not a philosophy; it is merely a statement that was floated that all cultures are equal and demand equal respect."

Charles Adler of Sun news interviews Salim mansur
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QkOaz35yky4
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