Sorta like that, except for the "defend the right to" part of it.
@ George Jochnowitz:
Uncle, you need to look around more. You'll find that homosexual advocacy organizations are well aware of Islamist intolerance. They campaign against the horror of the Iranian regime.
However, George, even homosexual people make decisions on grounds other than how a regime treats homosexuals, kind of like real people, more than one-dimensional.
(Sometimes even leftists are more than one-dimensional.)
@ George Jochnowitz: Every person ever lived in Brooklyn knows about honor murders.
@ CK MacLeod:
has Rabinowitz written other things that weren't?
I doubt that Churchill's unceasing attempts to get the US to allow the Crown to retain dominion over British possessions in Asia aren't remembered and taught to students in Asia.
it qualifies as something about which we no nothing.
or it could be that some one might think that the name of Churchill are too closely associated with Imperialism, colonialism and prejudice.
or it could be that Churchill was simply an ugly old stoat and nobody liked looking at him.
One of his first reforms was to rid the White House of the bust of Winston Churchill—a gift from Tony Blair—by packing it back off to 10 Downing Street. A cloudlet of mystery has surrounded the subject ever since,
follows your posted quotation from Rabinowitz......
wonderful nut job stuff this.
there's a job on FOX in there somewhere.