"The perennial work of the barbarian is to tear down existing standards, and to debase ideals that have come to characterise a society built on sound moral principle," he said.
"The modern barbarian may be soberly suited and stylishly presented, their weapon the skilful use of spin doctors to dupe the unwary, the unsuspecting and the uninformed. The outcome is no different." . . . [READ MORE]
SOURCE: "Cardinal laments descent to 'moral wasteland'", by Eugene Bingham.
New Zealand Herald June 26, 2004.