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Stupidity thrives in liberal land

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in response to reader comment: 2022 11-18 "1,000 Israeli students call on Harvard Crimson to move office from 'stolen lands'"

Submitted by Prashant (United States), Nov 18, 2022 at 18:10

Dear Dr Pipes,

This is regarding certain Harvard students asking Harvard Crimson to move office from 'stolen land'. Stupidity thrives among liberals. Should not any American who talks about vacating any 'stolen' land, first give up his/her citizenship and move his/her home to some other nation or ocean? I recommend that these guys/gals move to China, North Korea or Putin's Russia.

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