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You were outplayed. Pity.

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Submitted by Abu Nudnik (Canada), Jan 13, 2013 at 19:17

They outplayed you, making you look weak on free speech, which was the intention. All you had to do was ask if the gentleman knows the difference between suspicion and knowledge. If 80% of Muslims "know" that 9/11 was a conspiracy, then 80% of Muslims are co-conspirators, which is impossible. The only people who could "know" it was a set-up are co-conspirators. The inability to exercise self-doubt between suspicion and knowledge is a disease: paranoia.

I understand that you were under stress. Who wouldn't be with a room full of nut-jobs hacking away at the "international Jewish conspiracy?" At the end you hit the nail on the head when you were told about the Muslims you know: "How do you know what Muslims I know?" you asked. A pity that thought didn't occur earlier.


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