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    Re: US funds dry up for Iran rights watchdog

    Quote Originally Posted by Agent Ferris View Post
    Same thing would you support a U.S. invasion of Turkey given the aforementioned hypothetical situation?


    My theory is that you are a hypocrite which can be proven if you answer a simple yes or no question. You refuse to answer this question.
    Turkey opressing the Kurds is not hypothetical but very real! hence was my QUESTION, when the US is planning to liberate Turkish Kurds?

    And my theory is, you ran out of how to justify the US governmental interference in other countries affairs and are now talking tosh.

    Good night.

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    Re: US funds dry up for Iran rights watchdog

    Quote Originally Posted by Elena View Post
    Even those that come to power unlawfully as a result of a coup? Too bad for the UN and "international community" that time and again shows its true ugly face...
    Sometimes they recognize governments that come to power through a coup, sometimes they don't. The international community and not even the Russian Federation recognized the independence of S. Ossetia at the time of the Russian invasion.

    It was.
    No as per the ceasefire agreement it was a ward of the international community following its illegal annexation of Kuwait.

    Yes, the CIA led the coup.
    I wasn't aware that Ahmad Hassan al-Bakr was a CIA operative.

    In what way, shape or form?
    AQ had a seat on the Talibans ministry of defense. AQ was a part of the Taliban government. AQ formed the Taliban's 055 brigade. AQ was a part of the Taliban military. AQ was granted a base of operations on Afghani territory by the Taliban from which to train and launch attacks. AQ was responsible for the murder of 3,000 U.S. citizens on 9-11-01. AQ was responsible for the bombing of the U.S.S. Cole in 1999. AQ was responsible for the bombings of the U.S. African Embassies. Etc etc et al.

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    Re: US funds dry up for Iran rights watchdog

    Quote Originally Posted by Elena View Post
    Turkey opressing the Kurds is not hypothetical but very real! hence was my QUESTION, when the US is planning to liberate Turkish Kurds?
    By your logic the U.S. would have the right to invade Turkey.

    And my theory is, you ran out of how to justify the US governmental interference in other countries affairs and are now talking tosh.

    Good night.
    No it's a very simple hypothetical situation and you won't answer it because it will prove your hypocrisy.

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    Re: US funds dry up for Iran rights watchdog

    Quote Originally Posted by Elena View Post
    Did the US do it? Then what are we talking about?
    we,re talking about the the moral difference between russian interventions and american ones, and the only thing is you,ve come up with is passports.

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    Re: US funds dry up for Iran rights watchdog

    Quote Originally Posted by Red_Dave View Post
    we,re talking about the the moral difference between russian interventions and american ones, and the only thing is you,ve come up with is passports.
    Passports mean they were the CITIZENS of the RUSSIAN FEDERATION. Isn't it a responsibility of the state to defend its citizens?

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    The words "morality" and "US invasions of sovereign countries for purposes of satisfying greed of the US power clans" do not go together.

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    Re: US funds dry up for Iran rights watchdog

    Quote Originally Posted by Elena View Post
    PS
    The words "morality" and "US invasions of sovereign countries for purposes of satisfying greed of the US power clans" do not go together.
    Morality US invasions of sovereign countries for purposes of satisfying greed of the US power clans.
    "The darkest places in hell are reserved for those who maintain their neutrality in times of moral crisis."

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    Re: US funds dry up for Iran rights watchdog

    Quote Originally Posted by Apocalypse View Post
    Morality US invasions of sovereign countries for purposes of satisfying greed of the US power clans.
    Cool oxymoron

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    Re: US funds dry up for Iran rights watchdog

    Quote Originally Posted by Elena View Post
    Passports mean they were the CITIZENS of the RUSSIAN FEDERATION. Isn't it a responsibility of the state to defend its citizens?

    PS
    The words "morality" and "US invasions of sovereign countries for purposes of satisfying greed of the US power clans" do not go together.
    So again the U.S. can now according to you grant citizenship to the Kurds and justifiably attack Iran when they refuse to allow them their independence.

    Sorry lady, S. Ossettia was not recognized by the international community or even the Russian Federation as independent. It was then and is now Georgian territory and it was an illegal invasion on the part of the Russian scum into sovereign Georgian territory.

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    Re: US funds dry up for Iran rights watchdog

    Quote Originally Posted by PeteEU View Post
    How on earth can the Logan act stop Congress funding such an organisation? Congress funds freaking Israel via earmarks!! So it is a no no to fund an organisation that is against the sitting Iranian government, but it is no problem to give billions to Israel..

    Do you even know the Logan act? Is Congress not the ultimate authority of the USA?
    maybe because congress is ****ing full of o-bots?

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    Re: US funds dry up for Iran rights watchdog

    Quote Originally Posted by Agent Ferris View Post
    So again the U.S. can now according to you grant citizenship to the Kurds and justifiably attack Iran when they refuse to allow them their independence.

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    I don't know what planet you live on, but on our planet it was Georgia that attacked S.Ossetia.

    Just to put you at ease, if the citizens of a country "A" are also a citizens of a country "B", and a country "C" attacks the country "A", then country "B" not only has a right, but an obligation to defend its citizens in a country "A" against an attack.

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