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When intolerance is a positive moral value.

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Submitted by Daniel Hennessy (United States), Nov 24, 2013 at 17:10

As a Holocaust educator-author-activist, I understand the idea of intolerance as a two-sided issue that should not [always] be used in the politcally-correct manner. Intolerance is not always wrong or evil. As a matter of fact, intolerance of evil is always good.

I appreciate your view of this issue, which turns somethings inside-out in order to better see what's inside. Something you're unusually good at.

Given the news coming out of Geneva yesterday, this was the best news I heard all day.

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