Lord Haw Haw Zoster calling from Germany establishes contact again.
Only that I pointed before at a good reason why that could take place in some locations, and still nowhere there is evidence from Zoster about Critical Race Theory (the point of the OP) being used in Vermont, it is more likely common sense based on evidence that minorities are suffering a high number of deaths and the Sandstormer here conveniently ignores that whites too in the most vulnerable age and high-risk condition groups have been vaccinated already in Vermont, what he points out is actually what Vermont considers the next group in need.
And after that personal dig, damur goes for long showing that 1) he had no need to complain about me but to Zoster. Then 2) he finishes with an indirect accusation of liberals that are involved in the thread too, as using CRT for circle jerking.
The CRT was closed thanks to Zoster showing no evidence whatsoever that the bump of the thread was related to the vaccination issue he condemned.
Still, damuriajashi in that CRT thread had to reach for his hobby horse and also he did not bother to point at evidence that CRT researchers are in favor of. He still thinks that it is mostly the left who are discriminating against Asians. @Kimstu@k9bfriender and @iiandyiiii among others pointed at how flawed that was, but he still continued just before the thread was locked.
It is because crt can be many things to many people that it has been used to perpetuate discrimination against asians buy those white school boards.
What I see is the right wing talking points that are still planted in his head. The reality is not looking good for the right wingers as Asians are the ones realizing that the current Republican party is not really their friend.
“Hawaii 5-0” and “Lost” star Kim testified in September 2020 at the time the resolution was being debated (it eventually passed, though with no Republican votes). Speaking before the House Judiciary Committee Thursday via a video call, Kim said he was “both honored and dismayed” to be addressing lawmakers again.
“Some of you may remember I that I was with you just this past September discussing the importance of diversity in American media,” he said, referencing HR-908. “I was disheartened to find that for a bill that required no money or resources, just a simple condemnation of acts of hate against people of Asian descent, 164 members of Congress–all Republican–voted against it.”
DemonTree in all her glory showing how clueless she is and with her words show why the Orwellian reasons from white governors and congress people to ban Critical Race Theory do resonate among the ones that are clueless and disingenuous like her.
It does not matter that in reality what the bigoted politicians are trying to do includes the silencing of minority researchers, and that includes Jews too.
In other news, ZosterSandstorm got banned from the CRT thread by continuing to rant about his conspiracy theory about how the Jews CRT scholars are taking over the world education in the US.
The hive mind belief is one of the more annoying ones. Why isn’t the more common reaction “Huh, these other people, who generally seem intelligent in other ways, seem to all disagree with me. Maybe I should see if they have a point?”
I mean, I didn’t think I was being insulting to people in a recent thread, but I was told I came off that way, so I backed out of the thread.
Perhaps, but in citing yourself as an example of someone with a notable ability to concede that other people have a point, if it now transpires that other people disagree that this is one of your notable characteristics, you should then be prepared to concede that other people making that point have a point.
It would had I actually said what you claimed. I said I didn’t understand the “hivemind” claim, and then gave an example of a situation where I backed down. octopus, the guy I am talking about, never seems to back down.
I may think someone has a point, but that’s not the same thing as saying I think they’re right. You can be wrong but have some kernel of truth in what you’re saying. In this particular case, that kernel of truth is that I was coming off badly.
At no point do I think that such reactions towards what I say indicate a hivemind. But I very much do backdown all the time. If you think I don’t, then my conclusion is not that you are a hivemind, but that you are not here, seeing how often I back down. I may not be perfect in that, but I never claimed to be. It’s hard to know when you should argue back and when you should back down.
The thing I don’t get about octopus is how he never seems to consider that. Rather than backdown on anything, everyone arguing against him means we’re a hivemind. If he just concluded “I’m explaining myself poorly,” I’d have much less of a problem with him.