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Friday, 26 April 2013

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Ahistoricality

I've never ceased to be amazed at the two-conflicting-ideas-simultaneously trick: There is still racism so attempts to alleviate racism must be stopped; minority/womens studies programs are dangerously divisive and trivially ineffective; criticizing us publicly for the obvious implications of our ideas is dangerous and demeaning, but publishing the addresses of progressives for private harassment is just the natural effect of free speech in the marketplace of ideas.

I know, because I'm human, that I have elements of hypocrisy in my words and actions, but if it ever gets that absurd, I hope somebody will strike me sharply with a large flat object.

SEK

I've never ceased to be amazed at the two-conflicting-ideas-simultaneously trick

It makes perfect sense, because of logic. Do you not understand logic? Of course you don't, you're a liberal. I bet you study Asian stuff!

Ahistoricality

While the tactical deployment of illogic is indeed a theme in certain Asian civilizations (e.g. the Zen koan, Laozi's "governing a state is like cooking a small fish", et c., ad naus.), it is specifically a *refutation* of logic, a parodic paradox if you will.

In other words, these people are dumb no matter what perspective you take....

Jkyles10

Racism will continue until racism is the 50' burning cross in the living room. There for all to see, but never mentioned. To reach this goal, we must enable racists and racism whenever possible.

QED.

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