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When someone issues lies like this Crowsfoot

by SteveGargini / December 9, 2004 6:11 AM PST
At the risk of offending the sensitivities of US members of Cnet forums, who I suppose are the great majority (I'm Australian), the US also flagrantly abuses human rights, albeit mainly in it's actions overseas.

And I will tell you why it's wrong Bob.
The US government has never allowed abuses knowingly.
When such abuses have been brought to their attention, the law has dealt with it.
Therefore such accusations from this new poster are a flagrant attempt to cause the maximum amount of ill will.
So don't try lecturing me with this type of statement:

Man, on further reflection, that pisses me clean off!
That, Steve, was a blatant attempt to run an articulate contributor to SE off. (common enough behavior, sadly!) Ignore, add to, refute, or hold your water. It is not your place to try and silence anyone! I see no attempt to annoy except by YOU.

Get your own house in order Bob - People living in greenhouses and all that.
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more and more they get desperate when they see there
by Mark5019 / December 9, 2004 7:09 AM PST

bs wont float lie.

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Er.... Steve...
by Angeline Booher / December 9, 2004 7:20 AM PST

Bob is not Australian, to my knowledge,

At this point in time, the only one who has identified himself/herself as Australian is keyhoti2.

I looked through some of crowsfoot recent posts, but could not find the first exerpt you posted.

Could have missed it.


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Steve is quoting Keyhoti2, although he is addressing
by Ziks511 / December 9, 2004 10:08 PM PST
In reply to: Er.... Steve...

Crowsfoot. Truth is we have discussed American "mistakes" before, both in WW2 and in Iraq. From within the States they look like mistakes, from outside they look more sinister, which is why, given our quickness to criticize the actions of others, I have advocated more care on our part. We have to try to behave as if we believe in the human rights we inflict on others.

Rob Boyter

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