Brown Canadian Says What White Canadian Can Not

Ujjal Dosanjh gestures as he stands in the House of Commons during Question Period on Parliament Hill in Ottawa on April 20, 2010. Four former B.C. attorneys general, including Dosanjh,  are calling for the legalization of marijuana, saying the current ban on pot is only fuelling gang violence and clogging the courts, but they're not getting any support from the province's current premier. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Pawel Dwulit

Sadly, political correctness afflicts much of the world; in particular the Western world.

What started as a legitimate change to bring about equality and transformation of how we viewed, treated and spoke about each other has now ossified into a rarely breached wall of silence; a silence reinforced by the onset of the West’s indifference to its own — good, bad or ugly but — distinct societies, their values and norms; call it white man’s burden or guilt; a guilt for the sins of the past now manifesting itself in the white man’s fear.

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