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1 #FergusonFireside  Aug 28, 2010 4:58:02pm

I guess it’s just concern based on false fears?

No difference.

2 Gus  Aug 28, 2010 5:00:26pm

OK Here’s some “name calling”. Andrew Klavan is a Pajamas TV tool that should stick to writing fiction.

Islamophobia is not the only issue revolving around Park 51 however its existence is palpable. There’s a reason why these people are defensive. I’ve seen the same thing done by the homophobes of this world.

3 wrenchwench  Aug 28, 2010 5:14:50pm

From Klaven’s website:

So with a group of Muslims cruelly and despicably determined to raise a triumphalist mosque near the site of the Islamist atrocities of 9/11 in New York, the question naturally occurs: Does Islam suck?

He’s a dirt bag.

If he could be stifled by the mere use of the word “islamophobia”, I’d be tempted to say it a lot.

From a Frontpage Mag. interview:

FP: What is on your mind lately?

Klavan: Race and identity. I guess in some ways it’s been on my mind for a long time. But I’ve written this thriller,The Identity Man which is, let’s say, haunted by questions of race and identity. The book comes out this fall–November–and I’m trying to think of ways to talk about its themes….

Maybe there are other words that will also make him feel stifled. (Is he Edith Bunker reincarnated?)

4 #FergusonFireside  Aug 28, 2010 5:16:30pm

re: #3 wrenchwench

Excellent post ww.

5 Photios  Aug 28, 2010 6:06:54pm


Actually you illustrate his point very nicely.

Charles Krauthammer’s too.

The last refuge of a liberal

That’s ok. We are accustomed to it.


6 freetoken  Aug 28, 2010 6:49:10pm

re: #5 Photios

Wenchwench pointed out, by quoting from Klavan’s own words, how distorted Klavan’s views are, and how hateful Klavan is.

Perhaps you don’t think “dirtbag” is an accurate description of someone like Klavan, who adheres to distorted and hateful views? Well, so be it then, but don’t expect to not be confronted on it here.

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