So this guy did not like the critique by comrade Joseph of "Homeland". I don't know who this person is but he (presumably) wrote this about himself in Wikipedia: "Frantzman has developed the philosophy of Post-Humanism which he critiques as the bane of the western world. He is opposed to Moral Relativism and has dedicated many writings to critique of histories of South Asia, Africa, Eastern Europe and the Middle East. Ideologically Frantzman has remained a conservative, but also a passionate libertarian in the footsteps of Ayn Rand and Edward Abbey. He has a deep fascination with Richard Nixon and Josef Stalin but his true passion is the study of minorities and diverse peoples such as Native Americans, Assyrian Christians, Crimean Kairites and other interesting people and interesting histories of obscure subjects. His heroes include John Gurang of the South Sudan Liberation Army, the former Shah of Iran, Jan Smuts, Atal Vajpayee, Richard Mienertzhagen, Charles Martel, Don Juan, Roland, Thaksin Shinuat, Pinochet and Vicente Fox. In the time before time there was a wikipedia entry created of me by someone...it was then deleted, thankfully, but for posterity I am keeping a copy of it here...ha, its too funny what people felt was "notable" below." But somebody else presumably wrote this about him: "Kevin Jon Heller, a professor of international criminal law at Melbourne Law School who has been involved with the International Criminal Court lampooned Frantzman's grasp of facts with regard to his article Terra Incognita: Strange justice: The ICC, Europe and the world in The Jerusalem Post, concerning the work of International Criminal Court. Heller, defending the court, called the Frantzman article "the worst anti-ICC editorial ever," and went on to say that "the Jerusalem Post should be ashamed of itself for publishing it"." Furthermore, he: "He was suspended in 1992 for stealing trophies."