For Our Elites, When It Comes to Islam, There’s Only Room For Rumi
The perspicacious Diana West sees the Russian invasion of Georgia through her unique prism and contrasts the immediate, blunt reactions of our policymaking elites, politicians, and talking heads with their muted, ahistorical, and self-censoring reaction to (a litany of) contemporary acts of Islamic jihad war, and cultural jihadism.
As West observes, in describing Russia’s invasion, there was no utterance of invented, delusional words such as “Russian extremists,” “tsarismists,” “fasco-Russian tsarismists,” or “hijackers of a great history.”
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