War, Christianity & the Divine Order
by Louis R. Tarsitano
I hesitate to mention the “works” of Sylvester Stallone, but back in 1993, in the days when many historians were discussing “the end of history” and the “inevitable triumph” of democracy, he made a movie called Demolition Man. The movie was rather funny, in a crude sort of way, since it told the story of a future, pacifistic, academically designed society suddenly faced with a mad-dog killer. In order to save itself, this politically correct Utopia had to thaw out a brutish, violent policeman from cryogenic storage, on the strength of the theory that it takes a ruthless killer to stop a ruthles . . .
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