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Kathryn: I take your point about “knowing the web.” I expect something like the following to show up.

—NATIONAL REVIEW WRITER “DOESN’T CARE” ABOUT SHIP TRAGEDY

—In yet another effusion of mean-spirited callousness from the egregious John Derbyshire, this sick man chortles with delight at the news of several hundred helpless innocents perishing in the shark-infested waters of the Red Sea. Derbyshire, who vents his racist bile on the far-right website “National Review Online,” declares bluntly: “I don’t care about Egyptians.” With the contempt for differently-religioned brown people that is all too characteristic of the snarling Right, Derbyshire sniggers with glee at… etc. etc.

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