1.6% of the population of North America says that something can be true for one person but not for another person. They say that something might be right for one person but not for another.
1.6% of the North American population are angry relativists. A very strange breed indeed. They live by the creed that right and wrong are relative to the situation; to the likes and dislikes of the individual. But when they encounter what they deem to be intolerance (never thinking that that person’s intolerance might be right or true for h/her) they get angry - and intolerant.
People like Hugo say they don’t mind if Christians try to change how cultures operate - as long as it’s not THEIR culture that’s being changed.
These kind of people say that they are against all forms of censorship, as long as what’s being shown of written doesn’t have anything to do with what they think shouldn’t be shown or written.
These people will spend their entire lives with this kind of convoluted, self-defeated thinking. It’s how they are. Their entire belief system is illogical, absurd and incoherent.