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Furthermore, if it's a law, you can at least bring lawsuits

This is operational difference between us - frankly, I don't care if I could bring a legal suit and lose because might makes right. If it's right, it should be so from the beginning.

On Nazis, I'd tend to agree, but who's defining what a Nazi sympathizer is? I still have colleagues refusing to accept that there are sympathizers fighting on Kiev side in Ukraine, despite all the articles about battalion Azov and Right Sector in the Western press. If we cannot agree about such basic things, how could one trust that a particular designation of an "extremist" is legitimate? Short of emigration on ideological basis, I can't really see a solution.

by Sargon on Wed Mar 18th, 2015 at 12:49:08 PM EST
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