<blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p>You're a fool for accepting any evils.<p><hr></blockquote><p>Well, I don't have any choice because the first one is provided by your government and mine, especially yours, by supporting crimes against humanity and genocide on a grand scale against Muslims.<br><br>km<br><br>
The fact remains that you are apparently content to take the aforementioned terrorists at their word. Like, strangeness is, dewd.<br><br>[color:red]_________________________</font color=red><br>[color:white]Max </font color=white><br>
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<blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p>As I have said before, self-defence is not available to those who annex other people's land but to the dispossessed. Alright then, a tespasser kicks you out of your house but you're the criminal and he's entitled to self defence when you try to get back in - how does that sound?<p><hr></blockquote><p>The problem is, that example is not what's happening. What's happening is you're leaving the trespasser alone in the house, but heading over to the next town and killing his brother and sister, and the pizza delivery guy who happened to be there.<br><br>But in your eye's that's okay because the pizza had sardines fished from the trespassers river.<br><br><br>Hey I'm an F'n Jerk!®
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[color:blue]What's happening is you're leaving the trespasser alone in the house, but heading over to the next town and killing his brother and sister, and the pizza delivery guy who happened to be there.</font color=blue> <br><br>That's a good point but in the States one has recourse to the courts to recover one's house. In the Middle East one has recourse to the UN and indeed that happened and resolutions were passed - and then everyone ignored them while force was used to defend the trespass. Now like us they also have a right to court hearings in their case at the International Criminal Court but alas the suspects are being protected from arrest. <br><br>These failures are obviously unacceptable by the standards of law and morality that we reserve for ourselves. I deplore the loss of innocent life and killing the guy's innocent brother and sister and the pizza guy is completely unacceptable - unless of course it's the lesser of two evils for example because it's the only route to protection for tomorrow's kebab guy, his wives and kids, several generations of his extended family and his customers and their families who get the chance along with everyone else to live in peace. <br><br>The best solution of course is to look again at the UN resolutions and re-investigare the fugitives escaping justice so that the pizza guy and the kebab guy can both carry on with their deliveries. <br><br>km<br><br>
<br>I'd been saying that all along.<br><br>These guys that employ TNT suppositories are not insane, as has been alleged by those <br>that don't want their message to be heard, it's an act of utter desperation. They feel so <br>hopeless that they're willing to sacrifice(martyr) themselves in order to be heard by <br>anyone that can help resolve their untenable living conditions. <br><br>They're trying to get the attention of the world to help them resolve their grievance.<br>Until that grievance is addressed, people will continue to die and that's not their fault<br>so much as it is the people attempting to silence them from conveying that message.<br> <br>If the people attempting to silence them ,by what ever means is at their disposal, feel<br>they're in the right, then there should be no fear of taking it before the World Court<br>for FINAL RESOLUTION. The loser should be forced to abide by the findings of the court.<br><br><br><br>[color:green]"...or am I a butterfly that's dreaming she's a woman?"</font color=green> [color:green]. . . _ _ _ . . .</font color=green><br>
<br>Alas, you and I both know that won't happen.<br><br>A first good step would be for the USA to hand its own war-crime suspects over to an international court, like the guys who killed 24 Iraqi civilians "by mistake".<br>That would set a much needed example.<br><br><br><br><br><br><br><br>
"Humor ist, wenn man trotzdem lacht" (Humour means laughing despite of it)
Key: whose words? All along I have been responding to you....<br><br><blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p>Well, we know from what the perpetrators of 7/7 have said that it was a response Britain's invasion of Iraq and other attacks on Muslims<p><hr></blockquote><p>Your words, your supposition that the perpetrators were being honest. Again, my argument is that you are taking their word at face value, which is the weak point of your argument.<br><br>[color:red]_________________________</font color=red><br>[color:white]Max </font color=white><br>
<br>But what do we have to lose to at least take the time to listen to their side of the argument?<br>We've already seen what we have to lose by listening to the side that tells us to ignore them.<br><br>I just don't see the point in not at least calling both sides to the table and being honest about<br>who is actually setting the agenda, even if it's the USA, and just for the sake of big business.<br><br>The age of bull in the china shop mentality: bullying to get whatever you want, has been so<br>counter-productive in the story of HUMAN KIND that it should be outlawed, so we can move<br>forward to sharing wealth & resources as allies rather than this ego centric bulldust that's<br>been keeping us running in place, or worse yet, going backward for the last hundred years.<br><br><br><br>[color:green]"...or am I a butterfly that's dreaming she's a woman?"</font color=green> [color:green]. . . _ _ _ . . .</font color=green><br>
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