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Prager on the Cautionary Tale of Britain’s Lack of Greatness

Dennis Prager writes about Britain’s shameful last few weeks pointing, especially, to the soldiers’s seeming lack of shame in taking money to speak to the media. But his conclusion was most disheartening because of the obvious parallels:

But a word of caution: If Great Britain can cease to be great in so short a time span, any country can. All you need is an elite that no longer believes in their country, that manipulates history texts to make students feel good about themselves, that prefers multiculturalism to its own culture, and that has abandoned its religious underpinnings. Sound familiar, America?

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