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Last updated on August 5th, 2017 at 03:47 am
Mr Blair raised the stakes by attacking me in his column in the Daily Telegraph, to which I, not having my own column in a major newspaper, obviously can’t respond effectively.
You’d be surprised, Kim – you really would – by just how effective a blogger response can be. Kim’s problem isn’t that she needs a column; columns don’t win arguments. Kim’s problem is that she writes craven garbage (for example, that Ayaan Hirsi Ali’s view on Islam is “too much coloured by her own experience”).
We assume Kim is her real name. In that column I referred to her as Kim Jameson, since that’s the name cited here by uberlarvoprodo Mark Bahnisch, with no indication it’s a pseudonym. Turns out, however, that “Kim” is a mere anonyblogger:
The surname I use for my blogging/internet activities isn’t my real one I use in my personal/professional life, so it’s got a limited degree of effectiveness in harming me directly.
We have before us a feminist who, from the safety of anonymity, will criticise Ayaan Hirsi Ali … whose own outspokenness against oppression requires her to be accompanied everywhere by bodyguards. Intriguing.
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