a.shoshana wrote:Fine, so you think it's bigoted. That's one thing. But he claimed that we shouldn't be discriminatory because we were discriminated against. Don't compare apples and oranges, or tell anyone why they do/don't have a right to opinions.
Again, you are taking criticism and interpreting it as a proposition to infringe your/someone else's rights. dhg5004 commented on the irony that populations who have themselves faced discrimination are still willing to inflict it on others. Clearly, dhg5004 thinks that those populations should be more sensitive to other groups facing discrimination. None of that suggests the ridiculous claim that dhg5004 thinks that you have no right
to your opinion, or that Orthodox Jews have no right
to their opinion. It is criticism, learn to take it and, if you are so inclined, respond to the arguments presented. Of course, just to be crystal clear, you have every right
to continue to whine about your "rights" every time someone criticizes you.