“If you helped oppressing the people, then expect a push back. Kind of a natural reaction buddy which you might not be aware of.”
Jan Allen McDaniel on Sep 8, 2014 at 14:12:58
“I repeat: We Americans traditionally support those who want to govern themselves according to secular liberal democracy because we think it is better--more fair to minorities--than Islamism, the governance of Muslims and non Muslims through Sharia law.
America is not going to stop doing that. If that is a problem for anyone, then they can try to make us stop supporting what we believe in.
“they were merely used as a reason for the invasion of that country. as i remember it was about finding the wmd, which didn't exist there. The kurds also want their country out of syria and turkey, why don't we invade them also, we don't go around invading those countries because the kurds have asked for our help. & no we don't support democracy, look at egypt, saudi arabia, jordan. as long as they do what we want, it could might as well be a communist running that place, we don't care. you as an individual might or for a show we might say we support freedom but in the background it is the reverse.”
Jan Allen McDaniel on Jun 30, 2014 at 20:35:11
“Why are you so critical and cynical about American foreign policy?
What should we be doing that we are not doing and who is doing it better?”
“There should be a mandatory minimum speed on all websites (which should be high speed), after that if they want to promote a page then they should be able to.”
jamenta on May 12, 2014 at 12:18:47
“That would be more regulations - and since the concept of "government" and "governance" now is considered a horrible "idea" in the eyes of corporate America, Wall Street and all the rest of the right-wing ideologues - and that has been mind numbingly propagandized into the masses by corporate media - that government is the enemy and the only organizations that can do us any of us good are corporations like Comcast or Walmart or CNN or FOX News - they will fight any "public utility" concept tooth and nail with the same anti-government BS they've been using since Ronald Reagan.”
“They can't force their religion on others, they are only allowed to react when their enemies attack them first and even after that, they have to fight the target, not their enemies' family, property etc.”
Dan Fielding on May 5, 2014 at 14:55:14
“Those are all just technicalities that are easily negated by zealotry, and the higher goal of spreading islam . Sharia does allow them to force their religion on others by not acknowledging that they are being forced. Sharia judges will usually find justifications for all the things you listed. Islam in practice is rarely what it is proclaimed to be in theory. So the ideal of islam is not the real islam.”