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    Re: Madvedev invites Japan PM Aso to Sakhalin for talks

    Quote Originally Posted by ludahai View Post

    It is another verbal fallacy. Russia accepted legal and financial obligations of the USSR, when other Republics of the USSR failed. It does not mean that Russia is the
    ‘’ successor state to the USSR’’ in its political stance and goals. In its political stance and goals has demonstrated to be a lot more away from the political stance and goals of the USSR than any other Republic of the USSR. It has been demonstrating that it follows reasons, the concept which is totally unfamiliar to you.



    This is the only way of the posters like you – you have a lot of time on hand and you don’t care what you type, as long as you keep on typing to have the last word. Your fun is in your sickness./QUOTE]
    These are my words

    http://www.debatepolitics.com/breaki...post1057904496

    Putting them in in your post like they are yours is an absurd.

    Quote Originally Posted by ludahai View Post
    You have shown NO understanding whatsoever regarding the principle of customary international law.



    I have two degrees in political science and have significant coursework and independent study in the field of international law, something you have shown an alarming LACK of understanding about to this point in the discussion.
    I have two degrees in political science and have significant coursework and independent study in the field of international law, something you have shown an alarming LACK of understanding about to this point in the discussion.


    So, you have not received any formal education, you have 2 degrees in propaganda, agitation, verbal fallacies and deception and have tried to get some self education in the field of international law. As I have said, even if you had 2 degrees in the field the field of international law it wouldn’t change the fact that on DP you cannot maintain laws of common sense and basic logic. Your pathetic need to demonstrate degrees instead of demonstrating basic logic is another proof of your inabilities.


    Russia was the dominant power in the USSR, and the mistake was borne of the fact that hte USSR doesn't exist anymore and my thoughts are rather fluid. Of course, such nit picking is indicative of someone who has no argument.
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    Re: Madvedev invites Japan PM Aso to Sakhalin for talks

    Once again showing you don't even know about something as basic as customary international law. No wonder why you can't see that the behavior of the USSR in the last month of World War II and its immediate aftermath was a violation of international law.

    Nice to see a Russian master on here though. It provides quite a lot of entertainment in the departure of the Sino master.
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    Re: Madvedev invites Japan PM Aso to Sakhalin for talks

    Have you learned this tact from jfuh when he was young and completly helpless?

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    Re: Madvedev invites Japan PM Aso to Sakhalin for talks

    Quote Originally Posted by justone View Post
    Have you learned this tact from jfuh when he was young and completly helpless?
    Once again, do you know what customary international law is?

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    Re: Madvedev invites Japan PM Aso to Sakhalin for talks

    Quote Originally Posted by ludahai View Post
    Once again, do you know what customary international law is?

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    http://www.debatepolitics.com/breaki...post1057901794

    Quote Originally Posted by justone
    You cannot lecture me on customary international law or anything else, because you cannot be an expert in customary international law or anything else due to total absence of common sense and basic logic.

    2. http://www.debatepolitics.com/breaki...post1057904496

    Quote Originally Posted by justone
    I never had my Qs answered and my points addressed.

    Let me put in a simpler way, - it is like you would be claiming that the earth is flat, and when I would be refuting your claim and you would ask what degree in geography do I have. You are missing the point.

    3. http://www.debatepolitics.com/breaki...post1057902616

    Quote Originally Posted by justone
    What does mean to be “ familiar with the concept of custom as a source of international law “ ? What does mean to be aware of customary international law?
    The self authorized claim that you are aware of customary international law cannot serve as grounds that you are right when your reasoning is flawed; such a claim is a logical fallacy. You can be a master international lawyer, it does not make any difference. The repeated notion - that I may not be unfamiliar, and you are familiar - you use instead of ever addressing my arguments is childish, to say the least.

    You cannot be familiar with any laws because you are denying the simple basis of all laws I have been pointing to:
    ‘’No law, no treaty has in its goals achievement of non-sense and/or impossibility of compliance.’’

    Upon actions of Japan (which were listed) after signing the treaty, as well as upon the change is circumstances (which were listed) the treaty lost its sense, the goals of the treaty were forfeited.

    You obviously are not familiar with any laws BECAUSE you have been completely ignoring and avoiding common sense and logic, the listed actions of Japan and the listed changes in circumstances.
    4. http://www.debatepolitics.com/breaki...post1057906748

    Quote Originally Posted by justone
    As I have said, even if you had 2 degrees in the field the field of international law it wouldn’t change the fact that on DP you cannot maintain laws of common sense and basic logic. Your pathetic need to demonstrate degrees instead of demonstrating basic logic is another proof of your inabilities.
    I am sorry but I cannot find another word, - you either are playing a retard or you are a retard. I answered this retarded question of yours with all possible politeness 4 times on 2 pages! I tried to make it simple, to chew and put it in your mouth. Are you so paralyzed that you cannot even swallow? How else can I answer, explain? Do it yourself. Whatever you like, make your choice:
    1. I have no clue about CIL.
    2. I have a degree in CIL.

    Make your own choice, I will sign under any. And read the above and the rest of the debate, - neither of the choices makes a slightest difference,…. well… well... unless you are willing to keep on playing a retard..

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