Yes, I know all that already and actually agree with some of it.
You don't engage with what I'm saying - instead you just respond generically, like you're having some phantom argument with Jeremy Corbyn.
You espouse a set of ideas and values to which I'm diametrically opposed on SOME, levels. I'm all for social justice but some things matter more than others, bird names are very low down the list and the reasons for changing them, in many cases, are weak.
I've seen third World poverty, up close and personal so I find the kind of discussions we're having here, to be superfluous, tokenistic and self indulgent. If you asked me to sign a petition to go and airlift all the kids from the Yemen, I'd sign it in a hearbeat, this is the stuff that matters.
What I don't like, is indulgent, middle class liberals, who tell me why I should accept wholesale, unchecked, immigration, when, in the majority of cases, they are living well away from the problematic side of this policy. Their policies are idealistic, simplistic and unrealistic.
I know that little ramble wasn't on topic but it's basically the same thing happening in birding. If people want social justice, changing bird names is not the place to start. The BLM campaign is in great danger of losing a lot of the public sympathy it first garnered, with it's increasing demands, the vandalism that saw statues torn down and some of the unsavoury comments which have recently been attributed to some high profile members. BLM lapel badges were glaringly absent from the presenters suits during coverage of various football matches over the last few days, for the same reasons.
Politics in the UK has become so polarised, some issues are spilling over in to areas where they shouldn't be seen and the country is crying out for someone to claim the centre ground.
I'll finally summarise my position on nomenclature....
1. By all means, change eponyms which refer to genuinely, unsavoury characters, not because someones uncle made a racist statement a hundred years ago.
2. Use foreign names where justifiable but translate in to English, names should mean something, they should impart some idea of the species habits or appearance. I'm ok with 'Bird that steals my chickens at night' but not in Aramaic!
3. I don't mind the changing of names which are clearly, potentially offensive. If the leader of a group of people makes an approach then do it, as is currently case with the Washington Redskins, American football team but it should not be for a person, unnafected themselves, to take umbrage on somene elses behalf. There's a principle in law known as 'locus standi' which means that people cannot get involved in an action, which does not, directly affect them in person and it should be applied here.