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Topic: War & Conflict

Results in this view: Y-put Him Away 31% - Y-but Good Kind 0% - Convince Me 46% - N-exposed Others 23%
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By Wallace Freeman No, government is crime.
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by anon-b337 I'm sorry, what?? Is that coming from a place of metastatic dementia on your part?
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By Wallace Freeman It comes from a knowledge of reality.
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by anon-b337 Sounds more like drama than reality.
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By Wallace Freeman It comes from the dictionary. Here's the definition of crime. : an illegal act for which someone can be punished by the government especially : a gross violation of law
2 : a grave offense especially against morality
3 : criminal activity efforts to fight crime
4 : something reprehensible, foolish, or disgraceful It's a crime to waste good food.
All four definitions have been and can be applied to government.
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By Kirby Liberty Harris But what if the law is wrong or breaking it is justified like when government does wrong. What law did he break?
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By Wallace Freeman As I understand it, he was on the property of another (the nation of Ecuador) after the person in control of that property wanted him to leave. That would be trespassing.
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By Kirby Liberty Harris He broke an Ecuadorian law of trespassing. I am referring to the law the US is trying to get him for.
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By Wallace Freeman No, I don't think the US can make anything stick.
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By Kirby Liberty Harris But that is what this is referring to. US charges.
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