"In our time, controversy seems to me, on really fundamental matters, to be futile. It can only usefully be practiced where there is common understanding. It requires common assumptions; and perhaps the assumptions that are only felt are more important than those that can be formulated. The acrimony which accompanies much debate is a symptom of differences so large that there is nothing to argue about."
Controversy in the press probably equals the global power elite implementing their agenda over the protests of the locals. The locals may scream, and the press may pretend to be sympathetic, but the commie-jew agenda always goes forward. Which is why today no one can get up at a podium anywhere in the USA and give out an opinion like this. Even though almost every white 50 years and up would still say - that makes sense to me!