I suspect your version of Harris’ argument would collapse if you considered the numbers involved.
Measure for Measure

I tend to side with you — there’s a numerical threshold below which any group, even a loud one, won’t seriously affect the fabric of a society.

I DO see, though, the worries of people like Sam Harris (and, to a lesser extent, Gad Saad): there is also a threshold above which a group changes the fabric of a society. It’s not only about numbers, but numbers are a significant and undeniable component of it.

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