Monday, July 15, 2002

At the risk of being one who points out the blinding bloody obvious, can we all make careful note of the speed with which Chirac’s assasin was identified , and right smartly, as a neo-nazi?

Meanwhile, the political position of the killer of Pim Fortuyn remains unstated, or at best he is an “animal rights campaigner”

Which is a roundabout way of introducing this excellent article from Tech Central Europe.
What kind of philosophy says
The worst thing we could do in Ethiopia is to give aid [to the starving children] -- the best thing would be to just let nature seek its own balance, to let people there just starve."

In a war you have to take up arms and people will get killed, and I can support that kind of action

certainly not the same belief system that claims
When people attempt to rebel against the iron logic of nature, they come into conflict with the very same principles to which they owe their existence as human beings. Their actions against nature must lead to their own downfall.

Try to guess the authors of the quotes, before advancing to a very good parallel between eco-fascism, and the more garden-variety thug

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