Sivad's remark mirrors arguments I've seen where the debater, out of an inability to defend his own position, brings down both sides and portrays it as "common sense" when it isn't. To put it in an example relatable to you, it's like centrists who aren't really centrists saying "Look, both the Republicans and Democrats are bad!" without clarifying. In polarizing situations such as these, there is an nebulous objective "bad" and "good" side there is no "center".
It's a tactic, in any instance, I think we can both find annoying.
Say what you like about western philosophy at least our prophets don't go around tricking people into drinking camel piss.
That wasn't an insult to western philosophy. Furthermore, I doubt you can even point to me which hadith talks about camel piss let alone prove it's validity.