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[liberationtech] Price of the #MuslimBan
ernestortizcu at yahoo.es
Mon Jan 30 12:02:49 PST 2017
Some people think that hiring 10000 refugees is above all (and without
other consideration) an act of compassion; some others think that to do
it per se (without meditate the pros and cons) is an act of
irresponsibility. As remarked by Yosem Companys, the reality and our
thinkings (and feelings) are not (usually) black or white. We should
avoid to make a war in the name (or with the guns) of our absolute point
El 30/1/17 a las 8:33 p. m., Rich Kulawiec escribió:
> On Mon, Jan 30, 2017 at 07:35:40PM +0100, ernesto ortiz wrote:
>> Really? Are you sure that Republicans here -all of them- are so bad that
>> undoubtedly do not hesitate to demonize the others?
> I am quite certain that Trump's supporters (which is the set of people
> I'm talking about and is clearly a set that only partially overlaps
> "Republicans") will do exactly that because they have been saying so,
> very loudly, very often, very unmistakably, for a long time. And you
> know what? I take them at their word. I believe them.
> Have you not been listening?
> p.s. They're doing it again RIGHT NOW, as you're reading this.
> They're thrashing Starbucks because the CEO announced that they would
> hire 10,000 refugees over the next 5 years. Now we could all nitpick
> that (and we probably will) but at least it's an attempt to do
> something humane and decent and compassionate. Consider carefully
> what kind of a person has a problem with that and then tell me how
> I could possibly demonize them any more than they already have.
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