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Far-Right Wing = Hate? (was...Now, this is scary.. )

Discussion in 'Issues Around the World' started by HaYwIrE, Nov 2, 2002.

  1. jamming

    jamming Banned

    Actually the medication works it makes life bearable, but heavy stress will overcome the medication. I can live but working isn't really possible. I don't mind too much, I figure at least I still have my life, and I volunteer when I can.
     
  2. -Ken

    -Ken Guest

    Jim said:

    "Ken, I don't believe that we should ask Muslim countries to do something
    about their militant clerics, unless they move from talking about things to
    actually doing violence.

    Re: Hitler, Pol Pot, Stalin or Saddam, the difference is they are dictators of
    a foreign country and not citizens of our country. When they also moved
    from talking to actual violence, they also went to far. The goal I talked
    about is to prevent people from being marginalized in a free society.
    You don't give a shot of antibiotics to cure someone who is having
    a stroke, two different issues."

    I disagree. Hate is the problem. We hate them, they hate us, it doesnt matter
    which language we talk, the clothes we wear or what border we are behind.

    Because Hitler was behind a "sovereign nation" banner doesn't mean his hate
    filled crap didn't become a world problem quickly.

    I don't understand how we could look at the genocide committed by Pol Pot
    and said it was ok because they were "his" people. How about Rwanda?

    Should people have the right to spew hate and violence speech around with no
    ramifications? If a KKK leader incites a group to lynch a person but isn't there,
    does that mean he shouldn't share the blame? Isn't sitting back and watching a
    Hitler build up his military waiting for him to attack before we can do something
    asking for it?

    With regards to Iraq, we currently have that situation. What should we do? Allow
    Saddam to remain in power? To what end? What if we remove him? Well? Can
    you say we can create a viable government which we won't have to prop up for
    the rest of it's existence?

    I view this as a Band-Aid. The problem is hate and the willingness to use violence
    as a means to an end. We ALL need to stop.

    If we don't, we are maybe one generation away from disaster.
    Maybe then we will learn.
     

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