Belmont Club’s Easy To Be Hard; Easy to be cold essay starts by saying,
Sometime it is instructive to watch just how much the Left, in its unguarded moments, shows its love for the poor and downtrodden of the Third World
Indeed, they do, and it manifests itself, for instance, in the endless cacophony praising dictatorships such as Cuba because it has “medical care” and “education”. But I digress. Wretchard continues
Filipino children and a sick German woman were all expendable in pursuit of whatever people like Stewart pursue. Leftist professor Ward Churchill, who is under fire for describing victims of the World Trade Center attack as “little Eichmanns”, said in his book On the Justice of Roosting Chickens that perhaps a few thousand would have to die for society to come around to his point of view. But they were nothing to cry over: just expendable Nazis.
If Churchill cared, he could listen to a first-hand account of what was actually happening at the World Trade Center here.
If he cared.