Saturday, March 10, 2007

Cherni-yak logic (1)

Wanna see some absurd logic?

When an individual constantly condemns one country for human rights abuses while ignoring the abuses of other countries, that person is singling out one country. [...] The person might not "hate" Jews, but the adverse effects of the person's position are clearly to discriminate against an entire nation of Jews. How can that not be anti-Semitic?


So when a North-Korea correspondent consistently condemns the human rights abuses of North-Korea, but not those in Pakistan, then the correspondent discriminates against the North Korean people?

When Sheila Fraser exposes only Canadian government corruption, but not those of the US, she discriminates against Canadians?

Cherni-yak logic
. It doesn't have to make sense to be Cherni-yak™.
I wonder about the quality of his Cherniak's legal work; sloppy at best?

This post can also be found here: Cherni-yak

3 comments:

audacious said...

that was a good analysis!

janfromthebruce said...

Chernik exhibits simplistic thinking processes, where A + B = C. Of course, as you aptly show, this black and white thinking rational does not hold when tested in similar scenerios. What's revealing, is that this black/white thinking, as expressed, for example, "you are either with us or against us," is often associated with conservatism.

Erik Abbink said...

Thanks Audacious.

Well put, Jan.

"What's revealing, is that this black/white thinking, as expressed, for example, "you are either with us or against us," is often associated with conservatism."

I couldn't agree more.

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