Such political correctness! What a censor KKKate is!*shriek* *shriek* *shriek*, etc...
Speaking of defamation suits, how many times do you think you're going to get to call Kate McMillan a "racist, neo-Nazi" before you're at the receiving end of one?I'm just sayin'.
Mike Brock, you're gonna need a bigger boat! http://kevinswoodshed.blogspot.com/2008/04/legal-eagle-vs-legal-beagle-let-me.htmlIf KKKate thinks she could ever go into a court and win a defamation suit against someone who called her a racist, she's goofier than you are.
Bitter much Mike? And actually look at what's being said before you misquote..."Racist, Neo-Nazi sympathizer" is not quite the same as "racist, neo-Nazi". Both of which is hard to prove as defamation given her screeds.Do come back when you've taken some remedial english courses, or even history.
No, no, Mike has a point in that I've referred to Kate both ways. So, for the record, I hereby publicly retract the accusation that Kate is a "neo-Nazi."On the other hand, that she's a "sympathizer" -- well, that's pretty much a no-brainer, don't you think? That one's going to stick.And as for being a "racist?" Let's say I'm not about to run out and retain legal counsel over that.
Shorter Mike Brock: Nenner neener neener ...
Don't forget McMillan's suggestion that native children need to be removed from their familys and put into Residential schools. The UN says that forcibly removing children from an ethnic group is a form of genocide.Add to this her suggestion that Native rights activists needed to be "Locked up". She never did answer which law it was that she thought they broke, and where it was that the should be locked up or for how long.Perhaps in insitutions similar to Residential School - but more prison-like, because it's for adults.Who knows... Being a Neo-Nazi does not mean automatically that one is spreading hate against jewish people. It can mean other groups of poeple.. especially when this spreading of hatred for some reason never gets around to discussing those of good aryan breeding.
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