[LMB] : Political Discussion
teldreaming at gmail.com
Mon Jan 31 00:47:25 GMT 2011
On Sun, Jan 30, 2011 at 4:09 PM, Damien Sullivan
<phoenix at ugcs.caltech.edu> wrote:
> On Sun, Jan 30, 2011 at 12:56:20PM -0800, Tel wrote:
>> Switching the discussion to the slightly safer topic of Canadian Politics...
>> "A state whose government represents the whole of the people or
>> peoples resident within its territory, on a basis of equality and
>> without discrimination, and respects the principles of
>> self-determination in its own internal arrangements, is entitled to
>> the protection under international law of its territorial integrity."
>> (from the Supreme Court "sort of" decision on whether Quebec can secede)
>> Canada (and the U.S.) are 3 for 3 on this. Barrayar is 0 for 3.
> Well, maybe 2.5 for 3 for the US. :p
I'll concede that. D.C. at least.
The thing is, when people's interests are unrepresented and they have
the freedom to speak up about it, you -hear- about it. And they put it
on license plates and such :)
The dead silence from Komarr on some of these major issues is evidence
of suppression. -Not- a good sign.
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