So even there, you have no choice not to fight. You must fight. And the way you do that, to start with, is using the term Holohoax. Because that's exactly what it is.
Exactly. Let's see if Greg passes the litmus test:
Greg, do you deny the holocaust?
(Now let's see just how ""honorable and good" he is.)
BTW, I would like to share this little gem I found recently, as it relates to Linder’s quote above:
A reporter interviewing A.J. Muste (who during the Vietnam War stood in front of the White House night after night with a candle) one rainy night asked Mr. Muste - "Do you really think you are going to change the policies of this country by standing out here alone at night with a candle?" Muste replied - "Oh, I don't do it to change the country, I do it so the country won't change me."
And that reminds me of one of my favorite quotes:
If you feel comfortable in a country gone bad, you’ve gone bad also.
The people who throw the jews bones have been changed. They’ve gone bad. They don’t have it in them to fight the good fight. There is a word for people like them - the holocaust light crowd. Those are the kind of craven pukes I was telling you about that have infiltrated CODOH.