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This review is from: Arguably: Essays (Paperback)
Ignore the cultists who worship this Islamophobic bigot, the book is trash and narrow minded. George Galloway destroyed Christopher Hitchens in their debate - funny how Hitch tries to make people forget about that. The Iraq war destroyed CH's credibility and nobody should take him seriously anymore.
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Initial post: 16 Oct 2012 17:50:27 BDT
Mr. R. A. Bould says:
Cultists! Oh dear...and Galloway couldn't destroy a cheese sandwich.
In reply to an earlier post on 20 Oct 2012 23:58:16 BDT
A. Moncrieff says:
LOL at Mr R.A. Bould's statement.
How funny of this reviewer to call us cultists! All together now atheists and Hitchen's fans alike: "You don't have to worship a man to like him, you don't have to think a book is holy to read it, and you don't have to agree with him to tolerate him".
The Iraq war CLEARLY didn't destroy Hitchen's credability, if it had you wouldn't feel the need to write this review.
Oh, and anyone who isn't "Islamophobic", or at least strongly Islamoskeptic, is a fool.
Posted on 30 Oct 2012 16:43:35 GMT
Samuel Peers says:
Whilst the position he took on the Iraq war didn't actually destroy his credibility, since he always presented his case along with very decent reasoning, a bigger issue with your claim is that it takes more than someone's views on a single issue to lessen, let alone destroy their credibility. Islamophobia is a self-dismantling term, since not even the argument that it is a potential religion of peace works. A phobia is an irrational fear. To fear a religion with scripture that states in an absolutist fashion that apostates MUST, unconditionally, be stoned to death, and that teaches this to its children is far from irrational.
Posted on 19 Nov 2012 23:02:53 GMT
Here's a link of your hero "destroying" the late Christopher Hitchens.
Now here's your hero gushing praise on the most sadistic bloodthirsty dictator of modern times, and lying about it to boot.
One last snippet of your hero at his slimy best
Have a nice day zero.
Posted on 6 Jan 2013 17:11:59 GMT
looking at all Zero's reviews he probably is George Galloway or his mother.
Posted on 21 Jan 2013 12:55:34 GMT
Mr. David M. Lewis says:
Hey Zero, I've really been enjoying reading your reviews. I love the irony of your accusations of reviewer bias, I love how you posted the same cherry picked quote from Sam Harris in about a dozen reviews, whether the book was written by Sam Harris or not, but I have to say, after I'd gone through page after page of bitter, scathing comments and found that the first product that you had awarded more than one star was a jigsaw puzzle of George Galloway (which you awarded five stars!) Honestly, I nearly wet myself Zero. Seriously. Cheers for the LOL babe. Ciao x
In reply to an earlier post on 29 Aug 2013 13:33:54 BDT
Guy Chapman says:
There are things on which reasonable people can disagree. Morally ambiguous wars would seem to be one of the better examples.
Zero falls into a classic trap. He disagrees with Hitchens, therefore Hitchens is irrational or unreasonable. In fact, the irrational and unreasonable position is that anyone who disagrees with one's own opinions is necessarily irrational and unreasonable.
If you are bertrand Russell you may be able to argue this, but you probably wouldn't. Random Amazon reviewers not so much.
Posted on 4 Jan 2014 07:16:12 GMT
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Posted on 15 Jun 2014 22:14:50 BDT
Captain Kirk says:
All your reviews seem to be about the same subject. Do you have any views on books dealing with other topics, or on music, or DVDs or anything else?
Posted on 21 Jun 2016 18:43:45 BDT
Matthew Edwards says:
Name me the positive aspect of Islamic immigration or Muslims in general; stupid leftists...
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