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Jehmu Greene‘s rhetoric is just one bombastic — large AND loud — example of a sissified & callous approach to argument, often referred to as “passive-aggression.” While constantly preaching about the “need” for a “conversation,” she knowingly partakes in a awkward-seeming but all too coherent attack, one which I simplified in an article titled, “HIDDEN EVIL.”Ā  This is a planned strategy, the primary purpose of which is to all but force the opponent to utter something — ANYTHING! — that might render said opponent Ā illiberal, racist or otherwise disqualified to continue in the “conversation.”

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