You won't see me coming....
I find his arguments quite opaque and hard to follow (a lot of the CiF crowd seem to agree). I think he's criticising the NAACP for supporting black criminals and not black radicals, but the thread of the argument is fairly well-hidden.Still, I would agree that for CiF it is a dangerously radical piece.
oop, got caught by some DBA tying to redirect Joan's piece about men staying indoors to a site playing '999, someone knicked my snowman', lol ;)
run away, run away. got Email now my account must have been linked back to my Email account, the men in black are comming, on no :(
"I find his arguments quite opaque and hard to follow (a lot of the CiF crowd seem to agree)." It seems to be the multiple links that they most object to, plus the 'conversation' structure.I can see the reason for the former (to get around the word limit) but the latter's an affectation I could do without.
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