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Not when it's to promote Hitler and his thugs' goals.
Your intentions were to promote an evil which, unfortunately, was not eradicated with the end of WWII. with
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jmfbahciv me is is done' Oh, this is precious... First, you call me "touchie feelie"...when this fails to "silence the unorthodoxy", the next thing you try is to "invoke Godwin...
No. You are trying to state that the evil perpretrated during WWII is not an evil and should be considered. If you don't know what you're doing, you need to grow up. If you do know what you're doing, you also need to grow up. The consequences of your need for instant gratification is too dire for the rest of the world.
This is a specious claim in order to promote an old evil. Visciousness is not at all in the category of disagreement.
There's a story about a city during the Roman Empire days. This city chose their rulers by having a game; the winners became the rulers. One faction who had lost were so intent on putting the other side out of power, that they opened the gates to the barbarians. Both of these sides lost. This is a case where the sole focus is upon instant gratification with no thought to the consequences to the actions to attain it.
Your methods of arguing works for a lot of people who are unable to answer the question, "When did you stop beating your wife?". I call this use of language intellectual dishonesty. I understand that you will respond with the claim that you did not say anything of the sort; the wording was cleverly couched to induce certain buttumptions without stating them explicitly. This is done so that nobody, who parses the text, can find text that make these claims.
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I'm not slightly upset. You are threading dangerous trends. I am the one who is telling you "no". truth...I'm That may be part of why you are not...
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