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I can only wish I could be as articulate as Gil-White is. Gray's argument, a common one, is simple-minded, not informed, and self righteous, imo. Thank you, for the analysis on the debate. It continues to be unsettling to hear friends say their minds are made up without knowing the history or using critical thinking. We need strong minds like this right now as it seems like part of the psyop battle depends on whole groups of people being dumbed down and exploited to make some kind of social vote.

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Great article, very direct and clear analysis on the issue of moral equivalence , which by its definition derives from the fantasy world created by the half of the woke movement.. the reality is much qruder and complicated for superficial assumptions especially coming from a room in some western country detached from the events they assume to cover.. indeed we can talk about how this contradicting facts help to promote some agenda.. so what Is that those woke movement suggest to bring upon our society?

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There is a "General" Indoctrination by default to "Dislike" Jews Globally for decades, hundreds or more livelily, thousands of years. I was born in Iran ( in a Bahai Family ) & have been out of Iran since 1975 ( Christian since 2009 ) I remember even before the revolution in Iran ( which was still a muslim country but much better than now ) Christians & Jews ( though lived peacefully in Iran ) were considered "Unclean". I think Regardless of which country, there is an underlying low Res but "Consistent" brainwashing to dislike Jews. it Must be Biblical. It must be going back to the old testament. Any thoughts?

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It takes two to tango... so goes the saying. If one side does not wish to, there is no dancing possible. Obviously Gray, like so many on the left, defends arguments detached from reality and being safely isolated from the consequences of her moral stand. Were she an Israeli living in Israel, surrounded by enemies who want to blow the country to smithereens, in constant fear and dread, maybe her stance would be different. Hamas carries the moral burden of having started, knowingly, something with lethal consequences for its people.

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