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    Quote Originally Posted by misstress_malice_mizer View Post
    as Martin Luther King Jr once said:
    "I will mourn the loss of thousands of precious lives, but I will not celebrate the death of one, not even an enemy. Returning hate for hate multiplies hate, adding deeper darkness to a night already devoid of stars. Darkness cannot drive out darkness: only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate only love can do that."
    My respect for that man has just multiplied.
    Amen.
    Everyone else is out making something of themselves
    ... and I'm just sitting here eating Maoam.

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    The first line of that quote is fake:
    http://newsgrange.com/how-a-fake-mlk...rnet-by-storm/
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    eh still stands true and even if it is fake the rest of it has some significance as well with or with out the first sentence
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    i dont get the U.S. govt having the right to declare anyone they dont like, or whose natural resources they quite fancy pinching "rogue states" or "terrorists"

    theyve bombed over 50 countries since the end of ww2, and are resposible (directly or not) for the death of several hundred thousand civilians

    is that not global terror?

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    I hate politics talk but I have to say most people don't like the US's foreign affairs policy. I know here in my country, the majority thinks if you are not wanted, then butt out and stop interfering - take care of your own issues first. This regarding their foreign affairs tactics.
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    He's probley not dead at all, still chillin his beanz in a cave some where.
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    Quote Originally Posted by froover View Post
    i dont get the U.S. govt having the right to declare anyone they dont like, or whose natural resources they quite fancy pinching "rogue states" or "terrorists"

    theyve bombed over 50 countries since the end of ww2, and are resposible (directly or not) for the death of several hundred thousand civilians

    is that not global terror?

    cheers
    froovs

    ps. im an equal opportunity anarcho-socialist, i have problems with *all* large scale forms of government, not just 'merka
    Many of America's interventions were perfectly justified. The Balkans, for example. Even though I don't like the Bush Doctrine or their foreign policy in general, even Afghanistan can be justified on moral grounds. It's just that they broke UN law in doing so.

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    ill give you that...

    buuut threre are just as many where they chose not to act and should have

    the rwandan genocide for example

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tabbyx View Post
    The first line of that quote is fake:
    http://newsgrange.com/how-a-fake-mlk...rnet-by-storm/
    Aaaaaand.... I just failed XD
    Everyone else is out making something of themselves
    ... and I'm just sitting here eating Maoam.

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