As Churchill said the "fascists of the future shall call themselves antifascists"
Indeed. And since there is an inversely proportional relationship between a person's frequency and intensity of calling others 'fascists' and actually knowing what fascism is, this will continue to be true.
The Irish Savant is a National Treasure....and his journey over the past couple of years, where he started to grapple with the complexities involved in dealing with the 'Jewish Question' in a serious way, cannot be characterized at all in the glib way you have stated above. Like many intelligent people, he hoped such study would lead away from where it led.....so if anything, he is a 'reluctant' anti-semite now, lol.
Where are the free speech lovers now? Why is the Irish Savant being singled out for such treatment, one must wonder......?
He must be a threat to 'someone', huh......
It is an intellectual and emotional challenge to deal with the "Jewish Question". I had been philosemitic for most of my life.
There were a few things about them that disturbed me as an adolescent though.
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