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  1. Re: Diversity is *Not* Strength (Identity Politics)

    I see your point, and yes, would agree. Although by putting "Identity Politics" in parenthesis sorta implies the same thing. And by not putting "forced" in the title also illustrates the hidden...
  2. Re: Diversity is *Not* Strength (Identity Politics)

    I couldnít agree with you more. But I think this observation in relation to the OP may be a matter of semantics? I didn't infer from Starís post that diversity is undesirable. See below:


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  3. Re: Diversity is *Not* Strength (Identity Politics)

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    I would take this one step further. Those indoctrinated by the dogma of equality and all its fixings not only maintain little capacity to critically consider this type of analysis, they...
  4. Re: Diversity is *Not* Strength (Identity Politics)

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    I agree fully with this assessment. Cultural Marxism is a honeytrap (a very sophisticated one); but its victims are often those who experience legitimate...
  5. Re: Diversity is *Not* Strength (Identity Politics)

    Very well put. Especially your summation:
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