What he presented as the natural order had been undermined by “the victim’s revolution,” which allowed nearly anyone to usurp influence so long as they could credibly claim to have been oppressed by Western civilization.
The Anxious Defenders of Liberalism
L. Rhodes
244

It’s amazing to me that anyone could advance the notion that seeking a redress of grievances from the unjust system that oppressed you could be a threat to liberty. It is the very heart of American liberty, to the extent such a thing exists.

D’Souza’s mendacity is astounding.

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