I think the reason there has been such an uproar over this ridiculous little teapot, is that unlike the real problem of xenophobia, this teapot can
be knocked on the head with nothing more than a series of sternly worded letters, phone calls, and e-mails. People are more likely to battle a teapot,
than confront the difficult causes and effects of fascism, because a teapot poses no real threat to anyone, where as fascist organisations often have
paramilitary divisions, and therefore do pose a threat. No one really wants to poke the hornets nest with a stick.
Its the height of cowardice to respond so violently to something as innocent as a piece of homeware, when there are hundreds of actual fascists,
neo-nazis, and xenophobes of every stripe and type, walking around and not being dealt with in an effective manner (by which I mean a hammer to the
head and a shallow burial).
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