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Sarcastic Secret Guy Asks A Question Of Mike?

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Posted by M.W.Pearson on November 5, 2003 19:30:40 UTC

Sarcastic Secret Guy wrote:
"Is that so? I'm so glad the Bill of Rights of the United States of America gives freedom of speech to people in Canada. Or South America. Isn't that wonderful?

An educated person understands the brief version.
For you it seems necessary to recommend a course in history of Western Civilization, where freedom of speech emerged in several forms, several organizational charters. The English Bill of Rights of 1688 and the Rights of Man in France
have been far from perfectly followed, but they
are a step away from the conditions which made them necessary.

Does the Bill of Rights of the United States of America have anything to say about invading foreign countries and killing their poeople using phony excuses, such as the existence of fictitious weapons of mass destruction?

Do you apply this criticism to the invasions by any country or just to the United States?
Do you value the right to criticize your government or that of an allied government,
or would you rather be under a system where you could be imprisoned for it?

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