ANDREW KLAVAN (HOST): It's the 18th anniversary of 9/11, and every 9/11, someone says "We will never forget."
These words, like the words "unicorn," or "free healthcare," or "Islamophobia" are nonsense words, words that describe things or states that simply don't exist.
We always forget. We have to forget, it's the way societies move forward, and it's the way they die, and these things have to be. It's God's will.
Here are some of the things we learned on 9/11 that we've forgotten.
Multiculturalism is crap. There are better cultures and bad cultures, and even worse cultures. Ours is better. Not because we're better people, but because we've inherited better ideas like individual freedom and equality before the law.
Those are better ideas than government by Allah, and dressing up women like the spirit of Christmas yet-to-come, so they can't fully participate in life.
Better ideas make better cultures, and better cultures must be defended by both wisdom and force of arms, or worse cultures will conquer and destroy them.