I’m a big fan of the term cultural iceberg because it is the idea that there is a cultural, intellectual, and intellectual iceberg that is under the water and that the world is a very different place now than it was before the cultural wars erupted.
That iceberg is still there, but it’s very fragile.
In fact, it’s now sinking, and the next time it does, it will be even more fragile.
The fact that we are still experiencing these battles and trying to sort through them in the media is the reason why it’s important for us to get a handle on it.
The next time a major news story about a cultural issue is published, I’d be interested in hearing the response from those who are affected by it.
If you think about it, we’re still trying to find the way out of this iceberg.
And the way to get out of it is to find ways to understand the cultural issues that people have, not only the issues that are real, but also the issues they have to deal with, and to understand how we can all work together to tackle them.
But first, we have to understand what we’re dealing with.
Cultural issues are not new.
They’ve been around for quite some time.
What we are witnessing today is the beginning of the end of this era of cultural wars, and it is only when we understand that that we can come together to solve the issues.
In the meantime, I think the media should start reporting more about the issue and focusing on the real issues, like what happened to the Soviet Union in the 1980s, when people began to question the value of Soviet communism and the Soviet way of life.
They had a different opinion of what happened in the 20th century, and they didn’t believe it was an acceptable model of the future.
That’s the real challenge we face today.
I think that we need to find a way to reconcile that with the needs of the moment, and then we can try to find solutions to the problems that people are experiencing.
What the media need to do, and what we are seeing happening now, is to start to understand that it is very hard to make any decisions about the future without understanding what’s happening to people and the world around us.
The media has to get away from its own agenda and start to look at the issues from a broader point of view.
In my view, the media has become so dependent on the internet that it’s becoming an information war, and that’s a big problem.
I hope that this new wave of cultural issues is just the beginning, but if it’s not, we should all start thinking about what it means to live in a world where we can’t make decisions about what is right and what is wrong.
We have to be a bit more conscious about our relationship with our culture, and we have a responsibility to be that change.
The cultural iceberg is already sinking.
We’re in uncharted territory, and as a result, it is going to be much harder to navigate the rest of this century.
It’s time to move forward.
This article was first published on April 24, 2019.