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Celebrities / Politics PopWrapped | Celebrities

John-Rhys Davies: Being Politically Correct Will Destroy Western Civilization

Ellie McCullough | PopWrapped Author

Ellie McCullough

08/16/2015 4:52 pm
PopWrapped | Celebrities
John-Rhys Davies: Being Politically Correct Will Destroy Western Civilization | John Rhys-Davies
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Lord of The Rings actor John Rhys-Davies has expressed his views on political correctness, stating that if we do not start being more judgmental, "we're going to lose our civilization. I think we are going to lose Western European Christian civilization."

Rhys-Davies was speaking on Adam Carolla's podcast, cited by the Guinness World Record as the most popular podcast in the world. Davis was on the podcast to promote the DVD release of Return To The Hiding Place, about Jews in World War II Holland.

Rhys-Davies believes that the West's silence on Islamic fundamentalism in the Middle East and Africa is leading to Christianity being wiped out, ideologically and physically (in relation to the murders of Christians in Syria, among others).  

He went on to say that "your country and my country (Britain) are doing nothing about it." He believes that, unless people stop acting politically correct, that Western civilization will be no more. 

Carolla also commented that if Bill Maher had a show during World War II, Americans would not have fought the Nazis due to a fear of not appearing tolerant, and being too politically correct.

Carolla has not been without his controversies in the past, offending the LGBT community by asking, "When did we start caring about these people?" and also saying that, if he had a choice, he would not hire women, as they are just "not funny."

You can listen to the podcast here.


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