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    Re: Should the government ban conspiracy theorizing?

    Quote Originally Posted by Henrin View Post
    A poll with 100% no votes contributes nothing and describes perfectly the definition of fail.
    Posts again and again of crap amount to nothing but crap.

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    Re: Should the government ban conspiracy theorizing?

    Quote Originally Posted by MildSteel View Post
    That is stupid.

    The point is that when Mr Sunstein says that such a thing can become thinkable, he is implying that the government should under those circumstances become authoritarian.
    And when you say that the govt cutting people's tongues become thinkable, you're implying that the govt do so.

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    Re: Should the government ban conspiracy theorizing?

    Quote Originally Posted by sangha View Post
    And when you say that the govt cutting people's tongues become thinkable, you're implying that the govt do so.
    That is one of the most stupid things that I have heard put forward in this forum. Not only that but it was very childish.

    The point was to demonstrate that what Mr Sunstein puts forward as thinkable is the government becoming authoritarian.

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    Re: Should the government ban conspiracy theorizing?

    Quote Originally Posted by MildSteel View Post
    That is one of the most stupid things that I have heard put forward in this forum. Not only that but it was very childish.

    The point was to demonstrate that what Mr Sunstein puts forward as thinkable is the government becoming authoritarian.
    You are lying. You argued that sunstein would consider banning CTs
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    Re: Should the government ban conspiracy theorizing?

    Quote Originally Posted by sangha View Post
    You are lying. You argued that sunstein would consider banning CTs
    He CLEARLY says that he can envision a scenario where the conspiracy becomes so bad that BANNING becomes thinkable. Can you even read?

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    Re: Should the government ban conspiracy theorizing?

    Quote Originally Posted by MildSteel View Post
    He CLEARLY says that he can envision a scenario where the conspiracy becomes so bad that BANNING becomes thinkable. Can you even read?
    No one is disputing that he said that.

    Your dishonest claim that he would support such a ban is being disputed.
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    Re: Should the government ban conspiracy theorizing?

    Quote Originally Posted by sangha View Post
    No one is disputing that he said that.

    Your dishonest claim that he would support such a ban is being disputed.
    He said that under certain circumstances it would become thinkable. That means that under certain circumstances he thinks that it would be something that the government could reasonably consider.

    Cutting someone's tongue out on the other hand, is not something that is thinkable. Get it?

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    Re: Should the government ban conspiracy theorizing?

    Quote Originally Posted by MildSteel View Post
    He said that under certain circumstances it would become thinkable. That means that under certain circumstances he thinks that it would be something that the government could reasonably consider.
    No,it doesn't mean that.
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    Re: Should the government ban conspiracy theorizing?

    Quote Originally Posted by sangha View Post
    No,it doesn't mean that.
    Yes it does mean that. Hell, you can think that the government could do any damn thing, including use nukes on its citizens to stop a conspiracy theory. There is no need for Mr Sunstein to mention such a thing because it is not something that could be reasonably considered.

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    Re: Should the government ban conspiracy theorizing?

    Quote Originally Posted by MildSteel View Post
    Yes it does mean that. Hell, you can think that the government could do any damn thing, including use nukes on its citizens to stop a conspiracy theory. There is no need for Mr Sunstein to mention such a thing because it is not something that could be reasonably considered.
    You are lying

    He never said it could be reasonably considered.
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