Culturist Man of the Week
John Howard praises the traditions of what Churchill called the English Speaking people. Money quote:
“This is a time not to apologize for our particular identity but rather to firmly and respectfully and robustly reassert it … I believe that societies are enriched if they draw, as my country has done, from all parts of the world on a non-discriminatory basis and contribute, as the United States has done, to the building of a great society … But when a nation draws people from other parts of the world, it draws them because of the magnetism of its own culture and its own way of life.”Culturist man-of-the-week?
He criticized those who would make cultural identity "mushy and unclear and undistinct," rejecting the "assumption that the way to win favor from extremism is to make yourself a little more attractive to that extremism." … Howard hailed what he called the values of political freedom and rule of law of five "Anglosphere" nations -- Australia, Britain, Canada, New Zealand and the United States.