He who fights with Monsters might take care lest he thereby become a Monster

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  1. Ken says:

    Patrick and I had to arm wrestle over who got to post this.

    Warman clearly posts on hate sites to stir up comments that he can then cite in his complaints to the Human Rights Commission. Nice work if you can get it, and you aren't above earning your living as an internet troll.

    His posting of this woman's letter is entirely contemptible. The facts on Ezra Levant's site paint her as a follower; a young dupe who got into the hate life through her boyfriend. The letter of apology seems sincere. So why post it on a hate site? To cause more trouble, clearly. Most fanatical groups hate apostates more than they hate their primary enemy; it was completely foreseeable that printing this young woman's non-public letter in these circumstances would subject to her to the hatred of the sort of people who hang out of hate sites. That unquestionably put her in danger. After all, isn't Warman's entire rationale for how he earns his money — and the rationale of the HRC — that the sort of speech that goes on at such hate sites is a precursor of violent action?

    Warman is verminous.

  2. Grandy says:

    I lack the words to say how I feel here. Warman's is a wasted existence.