So, a serious question:
Al
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You seem to miss the part where the “victim” in question has a public, proven track record of oppression, as well as every one of those named in the article (one of whom is a black pastor).

I find it disappointing that your takeaway is to handwring over a challenge to an ideal that has done little and less to help people oppressed by bigots; those who would not only let us burn, but would light a torch and touch it to us while smiling all the while.

Ignorance can be forgiven. Sometimes even reasoned with. But when someone makes an active effort to make the world worse for others for their own betterment?

Up until the point they ask for forgiveness or at the very least change their ways, they can live or die in the compassion-free world they so desire.

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