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  1. Xavier Sartre commented on Ted Rall about 1 month ago

    Since every nation feels itself to be good, the interesting question is “How would we know if we were the bad guys?” .The freedom to criticise our own (western) nations and their leaders doesn’t necessarily confer moral superiority. It’s just that dissent is managed more adroitly.

  2. Xavier Sartre commented on Matt Bors 5 months ago


    Your guns didn’t prevent 9-11 or any of the mass shootings you’ve had since. Figures from 2002-2011 show that on average 31 people were killed annually in terrorist incidents in the US, but 11,000 were killed in gun homicides. That’s a big price to pay for your “freedom”. More Americans have died in domestic gunfire incidents since 1968 than have died in all wars since the Revolutionary War in 1775 (1,384,171 versus 1,171,177 according to factcheck.org in 2013).


    I prefer a society where guns are not generally available, and not one where where an armed, untrained, bunch of wannabe policemen and women roams the streets.

    The problem is that you’re stuck with your guns. You’re in an arms race with armed criminals and you have no way of backing out of it. It’s a Mexican standoff.

  3. Xavier Sartre commented on Matt Bors 5 months ago

    Reading these discussions is like peeping into an insane asylum. Your guns don’t make you safer, America. I can walk down any street in Europe with almost nil chance of being shot by police or criminals. I don’t need a gun to defend myself or my family. You’ve dug yourselves into a hole and don’t know how to get out.

  4. Xavier Sartre commented on Strange Brew 5 months ago


  5. Xavier Sartre commented on Matt Bors 8 months ago

    I don’t know if you’ve read this but it supports what you’ve written. The US is moving to surround Russia and China. That’s not going to end well.


  6. Xavier Sartre commented on Ted Rall over 1 year ago

    I agree with Cerabooge.
    This is a defining moment for democracy: the moment corporations override nation states. There is a Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) agreement in the pipeline too. Corporations can sue governments in secret courts if governments pass legislation which restricts their trade. So, for example, if my country Ireland bans a pesticide or genetically modified food on safety grounds, US corporations producing those things can sue the Irish government for loss of revenue. The court hearing will be in secret.
    Everyone needs to be aware of these agreements. They are not in our interest. Everything about them stinks.

  7. Xavier Sartre commented on Ted Rall almost 2 years ago

    Charlie Hebdo is hypocritical too. They fired a cartoonist for a cartoon that could be construed as antisemitic. See http://www.occidentaldissent.com/2015/01/10/charlie-hebdo-fired-cartoonist-for-anti-semitism/

  8. Xavier Sartre commented on Matt Bors almost 2 years ago

    There are no 72 virgins, people. That’s a fabrication.

  9. Xavier Sartre commented on Ted Rall over 2 years ago

    Late to comment, but I can’t let Pianoguy24’s assertion that “Hamas are the ones that break the truce EVERY single time”.

    See http://antiwar.com/blog/2014/02/06/the-truth-about-cease-fire-violations-between-israel-and-gaza/ showing the OPPOSITE. Israel breaks cease-fires in the overwhelming majority of cases.

  10. Xavier Sartre commented on Non Sequitur over 2 years ago

    @Bruno Zeitgerts People kill anyway, usually over possessions of one kind or another. To justify themselves they claim they are acting out of higher motives – be it religion, nationality or on the side of good vs. evil. Don’t blame what they (mis)use to justify their actions – blame them alone.