Ms Kitty is also writing about Sinkford's meeting with the president of Iran. She asks what would Jesus do? or Gandhi? or Martin Luther King Jr.? or Michael Servetus? or Francis David? or, to throw in a few women, what would Joan of Arc do?
As far as I can tell, if they had been asked to meet with a tyrant who abused his people and dropped strong pro-genocide hints (if you believe his claim that the whole "wipe Isreal of the map" bit was a misunderstanding):
Jesus would have used that "presto-change-o abandon your wives and children and possessions and follow me" power that he used on the fishermen.
Gandhi would have met with him, expressed his utter disgust with a wit and cleverness that would have been quoted worldwide, then gone home to fast and recover from the experience.
Martin Luther King, Jr. would have made him listen to the sermon of his life.
Servetus would have treated him with utter contempt and rudeness, and given him a lecture on bible that would have left him extremely confused.
Francis David would have explained to him that killing people who disagreed was unneccessary, probably in strong terms as that issue was pretty personal to him.
And Joan of Arc? Would have kicked his ass. Because she was an army leader and that's what army leaders do best.
But I'm betting NONE of them would have met him on friendly terms then put out a masturbatory press release about how "honored" they were.