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Bigotry can be polite and well-mannered: An exchange with a reader about the Roma people | rabble.ca

“Hate breeds hate, which, in turn, breeds even more hate.

Some twisted fanatics put out an outrageous pseudo-documentary denigrating Islam in a vile way and other fanatics consider it sufficient cause to engage in acts of deadly violence.

When you start preaching hate what happened in Benghazi, Libya is the sort of result you can expect.

Here in Canada, well-rewarded professional ranter Ezra Levant used his pop stand on SUN TV to preach hate against a whole people, the Roma, whom he insists on calling by the pejorative term “Gypsy.”

Unlike the poisonous anti-Muslim filmmakers, Levant did not get a violent reaction from the targets of his venom.

But the SUN TV “personality” did help create a climate of acceptance that gave other “Gypsy-haters” permission to take his bigotry a step further. Some of them wrote comments to his piece suggesting that it would be legitimate to shoot these “Gypsy” intruders.

Again, hatred breeds hate …”

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