Originally Posted by dor
Yes, you've believe that about me, but as far as I know, you haven't provided an example.
Perhaps you've been too busy advancing your agenda to pay attention to what I've said all throughout this thread. I've pointed out example after example, in this thread alone, of your:
-- third-hand quotes from highly biased persons
-- taking that sketchy info, and using it out of context to advance your agenda
-- using words like "ignorant" and "dangerous" to describe writers whose original work you have never read, and, in fact, have declared that you never intend to read
-- not bothering to take the time to even get a name right.
-- evading and misleading when the above is pointed out. This 'I'm a great writer and you could learn from me' stance (despite astonishingly ample and ever-mounting evidence to the contrary) is yet another example of your bobbing and weaving.
However accurate your portrait of Dawkins or Harris may or may not be, you yourself are a propagandist. You take no responsibility for it here, and seem to be dead-set against considering the possibility of taking a look at yourself and seeing that you're guilty of exactly what you accuse others. It's true that that is difficult and scary, but it's hard to take seriously someone who aggressively complains and accuses without having any self-awareness of mirroring the very things about which he complains and accuses.