On 7/26/07, Steven Walling <steven.walling(a)gmail.com> wrote:
Oh yes, I'm sure faux-intellectual white
supremacists and Christian
fundamentalists absolutely need to be heard through their own
"encyclopedia". It's not like they would disavow the rights of others to
Umm. I am sure you aren't pre-judging any of these folks... (ever wonder
what the root for the word "prejudice" stems from?)
Oh wait, yeah they would.
Be careful with that brush. Painting everybody with a broad one will get
more folks messed up in paint than you ever would want.
While obviously freedom of speech is meaningless unless you defend the
rights of every nut job and hate monger to have his say, I certainly don't
have to condone what they are saying or support their project. Just because
I wouldn't forbid them from saying what they please doesn't mean I have to
advocate that they do so. The less heard from these crackpots the better.
Well, I wouldn't want to characterise the preceding text as hatemongering,
but I have a hard time seeing it as love-fostering or conciliation-directed
either. But I have no objection to you using this mailing list to express
your feelings, hostile, gregarious or otherwise.
Jussi-Ville Heiskanen, ~ [[User:Cimon Avaro]]