Obliterating Islamic State (ISIS) - Page 33




 
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Boots
 
January 3rd, 2016  
lljadw
 
There are no such things as universal human rights,or better,every state has an other definition of human rights :human rights in the US are not human rights in SA.

Human rights are an invention from the Founding Fathers:before them there were no human rights and billions of people prefer to live without these human rights .And that's their right .

If the inhabitants of SA prefer to live under the system that actually is ruling SA, that's is their goddamned right .OTOH they should not complain about this system .

Denying SA the right to execute condemned criminals (as the ex communist EU Foreign Commissioner is doing) ,and denying the new Polish government to appoint new chiefs of the state media (as a German EU commissioner is doing ), is an attack on the sovereignty of SA and Poland .
January 5th, 2016  
I3BrigPvSk
 
 
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Originally Posted by lljadw
There are no such things as universal human rights,or better,every state has an other definition of human rights :human rights in the US are not human rights in SA.

Human rights are an invention from the Founding Fathers:before them there were no human rights and billions of people prefer to live without these human rights .And that's their right .

If the inhabitants of SA prefer to live under the system that actually is ruling SA, that's is their goddamned right .OTOH they should not complain about this system .

Denying SA the right to execute condemned criminals (as the ex communist EU Foreign Commissioner is doing) ,and denying the new Polish government to appoint new chiefs of the state media (as a German EU commissioner is doing ), is an attack on the sovereignty of SA and Poland .
BS, of course we can criticize SA and Poland for what they do. Who gives you the right to speak for billions of people? We all have the right to critize everything if we want. Freedom of speech and freedom of texts are two things you dislike greatly, isn't it?
January 5th, 2016  
lljadw
 
Quote:
Originally Posted by I3BrigPvSk
BS, of course we can criticize SA and Poland for what they do. Who gives you the right to speak for billions of people? We all have the right to critize everything if we want. Freedom of speech and freedom of texts are two things you dislike greatly, isn't it?
NO :Rudyard Kipling : What gives you the right to criticize other countries ? These countries are independent,and have no lessons to receive from you .


You are arrogating to your self the role of father who knows best and who has the right to lecture the others,because he think he is superior ,meaning he think the others are inferior .

What gives you the right to criticize your neighbours and to dictate them how to dress, how to think,how to punish their children ? Maybe you are thinking you are the envoy of God with the mission to civilise the other countries ,meaning : they must follow your exemple ?

And you should be the last to speak of freedom of speech ,because you want to deny the majority of the world the freedom to live like they want to live,you want that they live like you do .
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Boots
January 5th, 2016  
I3BrigPvSk
 
 
Quote:
Originally Posted by lljadw
NO :Rudyard Kipling : What gives you the right to criticize other countries ? These countries are independent,and have no lessons to receive from you .


You are arrogating to your self the role of father who knows best and who has the right to lecture the others,because he think he is superior ,meaning he think the others are inferior .

What gives you the right to criticize your neighbours and to dictate them how to dress, how to think,how to punish their children ? Maybe you are thinking you are the envoy of God with the mission to civilise the other countries ,meaning : they must follow your exemple ?

And you should be the last to speak of freedom of speech ,because you want to deny the majority of the world the freedom to live like they want to live,you want that they live like you do .
Your stupidity amuses me. To criticize is not to lecture, speaking of which, a school would be good for you. The freedom of speech gives me the right to criticize countries.
January 5th, 2016  
lljadw
 
No : the freedom of speech gives you not the right to criticize other countries:to criticize other countries is to interfere in the business of other countries,which is own on liberalism.

Besides,what bad you are saying of other countries will not change their policy,it will only harden their attitude ,because they will consider this as an insult : no one in Poland asked you for criticizing the Polish government, and what you are saying about Poland will not change the policy of the Polish government .

Freedom of speech stops at the border.
January 5th, 2016  
I3BrigPvSk
 
 
Quote:
Originally Posted by lljadw
No : the freedom of speech gives you not the right to criticize other countries:to criticize other countries is to interfere in the business of other countries,which is own on liberalism.

Besides,what bad you are saying of other countries will not change their policy,it will only harden their attitude ,because they will consider this as an insult : no one in Poland asked you for criticizing the Polish government, and what you are saying about Poland will not change the policy of the Polish government .

Freedom of speech stops at the border.
No No and No, try to understand the history you are supposed to be reading, countries don't change their attitude because of that. You are very uninformed, do it it again and do it right or shut up. You don't have any knowledge about the political game, education will change that and get the experience works too. You have neither of these two.

The freedom of speech gives me that right and you can not change it, even if you want to.
January 6th, 2016  
lljadw
 
Quote:
Originally Posted by I3BrigPvSk
No No and No, try to understand the history you are supposed to be reading, countries don't change their attitude because of that. You are very uninformed, do it it again and do it right or shut up. You don't have any knowledge about the political game, education will change that and get the experience works too. You have neither of these two.

The freedom of speech gives me that right and you can not change it, even if you want to.
Politics is not a game .

Your freedom of speech stops where the freedom of speech of the other starts .

Gredom of speech never is absolute .
January 6th, 2016  
BritinAfrica
 
 
I look forward to numbnuts pearls of wisdom each day, I need a laugh in the morning at my age.
January 6th, 2016  
BritinAfrica
 
 
Quote:
Originally Posted by lljadw
Politics is not a game .

Your freedom of speech stops where the freedom of speech of the other starts .

Gredom of speech never is absolute .
Gottle of Geer????

Are you the ventriloquist or the dummy???

Its OK, I know the answer.
January 6th, 2016  
Sara
 
 
Quote:
Originally Posted by BritinAfrica
I look forward to numbnuts pearls of wisdom each day, I need a laugh i nthe morning at my age.
I know this feeling... unbelievable reading .... yet still amusing.
 


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