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When I said "international community" meant that of all governments including the government of the U.S. who are drifting toward a collectivist world order. I view all people as individuals, rather than members of a collective. When the comment was made that you didn't give a shit about any of them, I reacted to it because, I do give a shit about all mankind as individuals.
I can respect that you have a different view. There is too much them vs us hatred being generated in today world ripped by constant war. This hatred will lead to more war rather than solutions. I reject collectivism and hold that freedom is a trait of the individual. and on that level I do care about us all.
That was the basis for my remarks.
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Just to make a point. "All men (not just Americans) are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights" These right do not come from government and therefore apply to all humans.
While it is true that in societies which are not free, these rights are denied by despotic governments, our government should not deny these human rights to anyone.
People should be brought to trial if possible. In some cases, chaos will result in death of an attacker, and no trial is possible. But it is dangerous to intentionally adopt such actions based on hatred. When freedom is denied to one man it is denied to all men. I believe MLK said that.
All foreign interventions are no win situations.
That is the problem with the so-called "international community". They really don't give a shit about people, only about their collectivist ideaolgy.
Actually I thought it was great to see a black President. I juat think it is too bad it was this particular black person. I do not think we need a Marxist/Leninist as President no matter what his skin color is.
My biggest criticism of Lybia was the manner in which we proceded against Gaddafi. We supported those who went in and just murdered him. We didn't do that with the Germans and we didn't do that with Saddom. There is just too big a trend toward execution without trial or due process.
Simply by saying nukes are still on the table is a threat. That's all I meant. I am not in favor of our foreign policy of aggression. I do not agree with the concept of pre-emptive war. Hitler could have justified his aggression the same way. I an not a fan but I do not believe they pose a threat to the U.S. Sanctions are an act of war. There are so many reasons we need to change our foreign policy. I think it is time to get back to being the country we once were.
We seem to be concerned that a leader in another country would dare use really bad weapons against his people, but have no problem at all threatening Iran with possible U.S. nukes. Seems kind of hypocritical to me.
If we did not live in a tyranny, and were not run by the criminal Federal reserve, this might be a good idea. While competing currencies are a great idea, the problem is the government itself. And we will never be free or prosperous under this regime. So give it a go, but do not expect success. Not without revolution.
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Donald Trump is quite proud and arrogant of the fact that he is a bully and has lots of experience with using bankruptcy as a method to enrich himself while cheating his creditors.
Bankruptcy was intended as a way of giving honest men a second chance. Not to be used as a tool to allow crooks to prosper. In that regard, he fits right in with our present government’s current position.
Simply bankrupt the country and all is honest people so that the criminals can prosper and the creditors, namely any country which has loaned money to our government, can be cheated. But that seems to me to be the same way Trump conducts business.
Trump’s own statements prove that Dr. Paul is right. How can a moderator guide a debate to allow an honest representation of the participant’s positions after making the kinds of statement he has made?
This is just a more blatant continuation of the media’s ridiculous past debates. These debates are mere extensions of the propaganda machine’s constant attempt to keep the viewers brainwashed.
Dr. Paul is one of the very few honest men left in government. During the upcoming campaign, the criminals now in control will pull out all the stops to destroy him. I applaud his decision not to participate.
Mr. Trump, you are the real joke.
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