But the KKK does not drape itself in the flags of “inclusion” and “diversity”.
Frank Ch Eigler

Hold on, we’re not talking about the same thing. The original assertion was this: “Do you not see the irony and hypocrisy in condemning Mr. Thiel for his outside view and lifestyle? Perhaps an asterisk at the end of Project Inclusion* should be added to highlight caveats to your mission?”

My response is that by Mr Thiel taking a morally complicit approach with regards to the aspects of Mr Trump’s campaign that involve hatred, exclusion, and racism, he loses his rights to being included in a discussion *about* inclusion.

In other words, when your very platform is ABOUT exclusion, you shouldn’t expect to be included in, well, anything. If you want a real example of irony, it’s the expectation that by excluding others, one would be offended that oneself is being excluded…

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