There is not a more black-and-white situation in the world than occupied vs. occupier, and no word triggers more alarms for me in a discussion of it than “nuance.” Are you for real?? Nuances abound?? It’s all about as nuanced as a check for $10 million dollars for a new library; about as nuanced as a check for $30 million and an embassy moved.
Here’s an assignment for you, Brent: would take only about 20 years, or two seconds: the president of Columbia (was it Lee Bollinger?) did what you would think would be de rigueur for the president of a major US university — promoted open discussion. Unfortunately for him he made Mahmoud Ahmadinejad part of that discussion. So the Zionists took over and you had the extraordinary, unprecedented situation (check for yourself) where a college president actually insults his guest in his introduction. The nuance there, Brent?
And this happens everywhere. (I.e., yes. Zionism rules.) I saw (the sound was off), an entertainment-type show, the host was interviewing Roger Waters and I have never seen more hostile body language directed toward a guest. (Colbert did the same w Ilhan Omar.). And that’s because (more nuance, Brent) that host is going to want to move on some day. “But look,” he’ll say to his potential boss. “That smile I gave (I didn’t want to be rude) it lasted only .17 of a second. I was told that was okay.”