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Stigmatizing Critique

A recent description of me in a group e-mail typifies the stigmatizing of those who critique the taboo subject of Pentagon crash misinformation.

[Jim's] stance on attacking those who don't agree with his take on the Pentagon is unfortunately very divisive.
  • Conflation of critique and attack
  • Stigmatizing critique as divisive

In a recent personal attack on me for an editorial decision, I was described with these phrases:

... vicious personal attack ...
... stifling ...
... name-calling ...
... [dis] allowing [discussion] ...
... [claiming] infallible authority ...
... crusad[ing] against 'disinfo' ...
... thinks the 'no AA77 at the Pentagon' ideas are dangerous avenues to pursue.
... attempts to stop people from even seeing or hearing what he has deemed 'disinfo' in his infallible wisdom ...
... mean-spirited and bullying.
... calling people disinfo agents without a shred of proof.
... calling ... everyone who finds discussion of [AA77] reasonable as disinfo agents or supporters of disinfo agents.
... attacking those who don't agree with his take on the Pentagon ...
... rather than simply ... trusting the intelligence of his fellow human beings to make up their own minds ...
  • Overall, the detractor makes false claims that I:
    • Call anyone who disagrees with me a disinfo agent
    • Attempt to stifle discussion of what hit the Pentagon as "dangerous"
    • Attempt to keep people from thinking
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