Swedish Pastor Beats "Hate Crime" Rap
VOLOKH at law.ucla.edu
Fri Dec 2 09:20:29 PST 2005
Folks: Though for historical reasons the list is generally
open, its aim is mostly to focus on issues that are helpful to legal
academics, and to do so using a relatively academic tone. Asking people
things like "What on earth do you mean by [something]?" usually isn't
quite consistent with that sort of tone; a subtler "I'm not sure I quite
follow -- what does [something] refer to?" might be more conducive to
Better yet might be hazarding a guess as to what the other
person means, and perhaps asking him (off-list or on-list) to confirm
that. I take it that here "racism" was used expansively to mean not
just racial bigotry but (supposed) ethnic or national bigotry.
> What on earth do you mean by "anti-American
> racism"?? - are you suggesting that there is an
> American "race"???
. . .
. . .
> > Oh, absolutely anti-American racism is promoted by
> > the elites, in the
> > USA and abroad.
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