Killing one person is murder, killing 100,000 is foreign policy
Freedom of speech is not freedom from criticism.
Oh, I'm sure you'll continue to excuse it at later points. I'm confident.And it's no bother excusing Russia's actions in Ukraine, AT THIS POINT!
You just keep displaying your atrocious cognitive abilities:And the unclassified portion of the Church Committees report to congress is the relevant portion. Again, if you have knowledge of the classified portion that would diminish senator Church's declassified concerns/warning of potential for NSA abuses, please do share them.
1- I didn't say anything about what the relevant portion was. That wasn't the debate then, it's not the debate now: the issue is that when you're told a "classified portion" of something exists, you take that to mean the person is unaware of the unclassified portion. But you can't even follow the train of thought about an example of a time you couldn't follow the train of thought. looooool! This is like Inception! A cognitive failing within a cognitive failing!
2- How would you know what the relevant portions were anyway, you've never read the classified parts? lol!
3- Why would someone share classified information? But again, why are you even talking about that, that has nothing to do with the discussion here.
The discussion is about your horrible critical thinking skills, which lead you to these absurdly hypocritical stances, wherein you defend Russia when they're violating international treaties (or close to it, if you want to argue that) but have no problem being critical of the US for violating international treaties (or close to it). When you're asked if you care about international law or not, your response is that you care about if nations say they follow it or not, not it in particular.
You're beyond ridiculous, and I'm going to keep calling you on it until you actually refine your thinking to the point that you could write a C paper in your junior year of high school, because frankly you're not there yet.
The whole modern world has divided itself into Conservatives and Progressives. The business of Progressives is to go on making mistakes. The business of Conservatives is to prevent mistakes from being corrected.