David Duke agrees with Harvard school of government. Worth reading the whole thing. I’m sure someone out there has something to say about this. I like Dershowitz’ quote.
Posted at 08:52 pm by Johnny B
|Posted by scottie @ 03/21/2006 03:47 PM PST|
|I read the article.
Alan Dershowitz has lost any credibility discussing affairs pertaining to Israel when he decided to plagiariaz from a hoax in his book “The Case for Israel”. So his inclusion in the article is basically void. He has shamed himself, his reputation, and his university. The Harvard President Summers felt great pressure to oust Dershy, which did not happen.
Dershowitz’s fraudulent scholarship was exposed by Norman Finkelstein in a downloadable debate from “Democracy Now” with Amy Goodman, and Finkelstein goes into greater depth exposing Dershowitz’s fraud in his new book “Beyond Chutzpah”, which I have read quite closely.
Dershowitz recently slipped even farther by attacking Finkelstein’s dead mother, who survived a WWII Nazi deathcamp, by saying she must have been a “kapo”, one who collaborated with the Nazis.
I wrote a letter to Dershowitz myself telling him that he had sunk to a new low, and he responded with a template response, which contained a plethora of logical fallacies, which I kindly diagrammed for him and emailed back to him. Still waiting on a response …
So to quote this guy is ludicrous … This is not the OJ trial!
|Posted by John Broussard @ 03/22/2006 07:44 PM PST|
|This Dershowitz guy is a slippery one. It’s amazing that a guy who has a knack for keeping very wealthy murderers out of jail has ascended far into a very tall ivory tower, and into American consciousness. Until recently, I’d say around 2001, he was lionized by the media. These days I don’t “watch” news, so it’s hard to tell.
Still, on the other side of the argument is David Duke, so there’s that to consider.
|Posted by John Broussard @ 03/22/2006 10:13 PM PST|
I think your email to Dershowitz and his response would make a good post.