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> before anyone who doesn't know better has the chance to read them, it's better to counter his harmful nonsense than to ignore it

Fighting a troll is akin to an asymmetric war, which is aimed at exhausting the oponent.

This "guérillero" keeps repeating the same dangerous drivel.

There is no need to counter it again and again, if it was already done.

Just linking is efficient and helps those who "don't know better". This is best done in a clinical and unemotional way.

Please see ...

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