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THE ENGLISH REBORNby James Reed
The Archbishop of York John Sentamu
- Britain's first black Archbishop has recently said that the English people should
reclaim their national identity. He admitted that multiculturalism has effectively
deracinated these people: "Multiculturalism has seemed to imply, wrongly
for me, let other cultures be allowed to express themselves but do not let the
majority culture at all tell us its glories, its struggles, its joys, its pain."
(The Australian, 23 November 2005, p.10)
Britain didn't invent democracy, but matured it over centuries and ensured that it became dominant. Britain's greatest creations are the US, Canada, Australia and New Zealand, all stable, affluent, successful liberal democracies which have for more than a century been a magnet to the rest of the world. No other European country ever managed such an achievement. All stayed free of the tyrannies of fascism, communism and military dictatorship that benighted almost everywhere else. In the dark days of the second world war, Britain and its former colonies were just about the only democracies in existence; now democracy embraces much of humanity.
the G8 countries, all but Russia (and arguably even she) owe their current status
as free-market democracies to Britain and its former colonies. The English-speaking
economies amount to more than a third of world GDP.
cultural influence is far smaller than its scientific and political influence,
but in the written word it is unrivalled. Moliere and Goethe cannot challenge
Shakespeare as the world's most important writer. More recently, British musicians
from The Beatles to Dido have a global audience unmatched by those of any country
other than its former colony, the US. Our TV producers increasingly enjoy a similar
status - is there any country that hasn't yet suffered Big Brother or Who Wants
to be a Millionaire?
Thomas Sowell, the leading African-American intellectual, wrote in his epic Conquests and Cultures, 'Much of the world today, including the United States, is still living in the social, cultural, and political aftermath of Britain's cultural achievements, its industrial revolution, its government of checks and balances, and its conquests around the world.'"
However, after telling all this Browne concludes by saying that the story of Britain is one which "anyone can join". This is the same madness which drives multiculturalism. Ethnic dilution of the Anglo-Saxon people will lead to a collapse of Britain just as surely as a dilution of the racial stock of ancient Greece led to the demise of that classical civilization. Early in this article Browne quoted the philosopher Georg Santayana who said: "A country without memory is a country of madmen." He has obviously not understood this maxim.
The Myth of Terra Nullius
By Ian Wilson LL.B.
The disastrous Mabo High Court
case, and the Paul Keating implemented Native Title Act all rest upon a philosophical
historical foundation that Australia's founding was upon the doctrine of terra
nullius. Paul Keating put it in 1993 like this: "The lie was terra nullius
- the convenient fiction that Australia had been a land of no one. The truth was
native title." From this dubious proposition - championed by politically
correct historians such as Henry Reynolds - Australia's native title industry
flowed, at the cost of billions of dollars to the pastoral and mining industries.
In Mabo Justice Gerard Brennan referred to the common law doctrine of terra nullius - but as former Chief Justice Harry Gibbs pointed out - there was no such doctrine. Australia's native title laws have been grounded upon historical myth.
SILENCING PALESTINIAN HISTORYby Peter Ewer
Keith Whitelam has written a very important book which contributes greatly to the Zionist/Middle East debate: The Invention of Ancient Israel: The Silencing of Palestinian History, (italics) (Routledge, London 1996). Palestinian history, written by Western scholars who have been heavily influenced by Old Testament historical prejudices, as has been seen as part of biblical studies. Palestinian history has thus been viewed through a Zionist camera lens. However, increasingly, historical scholars of the Middle East - many of them Jews - have begun to see Israelite history as a political myth, a way of making and uniting a desert tribal people.
says that scholars have shown that "the 'ancient Israel" of biblical
studies is a scholarly construct based upon a misreading of the biblical traditions
and divorced from historical reality." (p.3)
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