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    (Original post by TheArtofProtest)
    Something which you failed to do.

    If you feel like someone's opinion is wrong and you disagree with it, you respond to it.

    If you feel like they lack the necessary information which you possess, then you educate them.


    What is reprehensible and utterly idiotic is you telling a person that they cannot express a view, because they are not qualified enough, and simultaneously, you refuse to even explicitly state your position or offer anything contrary.

    You choose to bully and intimidate people and their right to freedom of speech by telling them that they are not qualified, in an effort to get them to stop posting statements which you have clearly taken issue with.


    Next time you come across a post which you feel the person is not qualified to make, you either educate them (if you feel your opinion holds more weight) or you ignore them.

    You do not badger them into shutting up.
    You trying to get banned again old boy but my reply was to a question I was asked (you do know how this forum thing works don't you?)

    If you don' like the answer to questions I have been asked that's your issue not mine and better not reply with your usual nonsense.
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    (Original post by TheArtofProtest)
    Ahhhh, wondered how long it would take you to escalate it to threats.

    You can try reporting my post and see if it gets me a blue card. Of course, you would have to find 12 such posts to actually get me banned.


    I wish you all the best in your short-lived reign as "Dictator of the TSR News & Current Affairs sub-forum".
    I'd not report it old boy but we know you've not made friends on here (so I'll leave it to them)

    But love the faux ire you have for me when all I have done is answer a question (hint it's the '?' that gives it away)
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    (Original post by BaconandSauce)
    Yes that's right

    I've never done either (but do have workplace experience of running a team of people so perhaps I can speak from a position of more knowledge than you)
    Yet assuming we are not from the same country you have no problem with calling mine a failure despite your lack of experience of being a citizen here?

    Funny how Trump supporters bring up irrelevant matters such as the fact that he is a billionaire business men to stifle those who criticise him . Reminds me of someone....
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    (Original post by BaconandSauce)
    It's OK to talk and voice an opinion but when it is formed out of ignorance it can easily be ignored

    She thinks because she has been to a few different countries (hers is a failure) she has the right to level criticism at Americans for the choice they are FREE to make (but one she disagree with as it's not in the immigrants favor)

    But yes Freedom of speech is important as in this case here (she's free to be ignorant and I'm free to call her out for it)
    In that case don't criticise Muslims for their choice to follow Islam. Practice what you preach.

    Freedom of speech applies to all; I am just as free to criticise people's choices as they are free to make them.
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    (Original post by WBZ144)
    In that case don't criticise Muslims for their choice to follow Islam. Practice what you preach.

    Freedom of speech applies to all; I am just as free to criticise people's choices as they are free to make them.
    It has a direct negative impact on me and my culture so no I'll not.

    Other than possibly not allowing you to culture shop to find something 'better' than your own one the American presidential race has squat to do with you.
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    (Original post by WBZ144)
    Yet assuming we are not from the same country you have no problem with calling mine a failure despite your lack of experience of being a citizen here?

    Funny how Trump supporters bring up irrelevant matters such as the fact that he is a billionaire business men to stifle those who criticise him . Reminds me of someone....
    We are not (hint is your previous posts on the matter give you away)

    But yes yours is a failure (otherwise you'd still be there) which is why you came to try and be part of other peoples
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    (Original post by BaconandSauce)
    It has a direct negative impact on me and my culture so no I'll not.

    Other than possibly not allowing you to culture shop to find something 'better' than your own one the American presidential race has squat to do with you.
    And I believe that Trump being elected will have a direct negative impact on my country, so I'll continue.

    My country is one of America's closest allies, what America does impacts us too. Besides, even if it had nothing to do with me that does not change the fact that I am free to voice my opinion, and for someone who pretends to be against censorship you sure have a funny way of showing it.
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    (Original post by BaconandSauce)
    We are not (hint is your previous posts on the matter give you away)

    But yes yours is a failure (otherwise you'd still be there) which is why you came to try and be part of other peoples
    What country do you assume I'm from?
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    (Original post by WBZ144)
    And I believe that Trump being elected will have a direct negative impact on my country, so I'll continue.

    My country is one of America's closest allies, what America does impacts us too. Besides, even if it had nothing to do with me that does not change the fact that I am free to voice my opinion, and for someone who pretends to be against censorship you sure have a funny way of showing it.
    You claiming to be American now?

    But yes you are free to voice your 'opinion' just don't get annoyed when others laugh at you
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    (Original post by BaconandSauce)
    You claiming to be American now?

    But yes you are free to voice your 'opinion' just don't get annoyed when others laugh at you
    How you would get that impression from my post (which is pretty clear) is beyond me.

    You can laugh all you want and I couldn't care less. Just don't try to tell me not to voice my opinion because of some irrelevant fact like how much money Trump makes or how many businesses he runs.
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    (Original post by WBZ144)

    You can laugh all you want and I couldn't care less..
    Good news.

    Because I am laughing at you and your 'opinions'
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    i see nothing wrong with it unless of cource they are being forced to dress like that. if it's by personal choice no problem
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    (Original post by WBZ144)
    What country do you assume I'm from?
    A failed one
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    (Original post by BaconandSauce)
    Good news.

    Because I am laughing at you and your 'opinions'
    Good for you.
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    (Original post by BaconandSauce)
    A failed one
    That's not an answer. Which one?
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    (Original post by TheArtofProtest)
    Something which you failed to do.

    If you feel like someone's opinion is wrong and you disagree with it, you respond to it.

    If you feel like they lack the necessary information which you possess, then you educate them.


    What is reprehensible and utterly idiotic is you telling a person that they cannot express a view, because they are not qualified enough, and simultaneously, you refuse to even explicitly state your position or offer anything contrary.

    You choose to bully and intimidate people and their right to freedom of speech by telling them that they are not qualified, in an effort to get them to stop posting statements which you have clearly taken issue with.


    Next time you come across a post which you feel the person is not qualified to make, you either educate them (if you feel your opinion holds more weight) or you ignore them.

    You do not badger them into shutting up.
    I'm going to save this quote to use on you the next time I see you doing this

    Won't be long...
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    (Original post by Mathemagicien)
    I'm going to save this quote to use on you the next time I see you doing this

    Won't be long...
    To be fair, I never tell a person to shut their mouth because they are "unqualified".

    I may be disdainful and aloof in debates, but I never tell people that they have no right to comment, because I realise that the other person is probably quite similar to me and what right do I have, to tell him that his opinion is worthless.

    I see many posts on here that I disagree with yet I don't go around picking personal fights with people simply because I can't form a coherent argument to their point.


    Sometimes I do slip up and like anyone, I do need reminders and whilst I'm grateful that you have taken it upon yourself to be my private behavioural specialist, you probably won't find much work here. Nonetheless, thank you for the offer.
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    (Original post by Butternuts96)
    That's certainly a perfectly valid question if islamophobes like yourself assumed that each and every one of these women were forced to wear these.
    "There is no compulsion in religion" is a fundamental verse of the Quran that is widely neglected by islamophobes and extremists
    And misused by others.
    I think that you may be using that verse out of context. It does not mean that Muslims can pick and choose which of Allah's rules they follow.

    It means that you cannot force anyone to become Muslim, because that decision is determined by Allah alone, apparently.
    http://www.alim.org/library/quran/Al...fsir/TIK/2/256
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    (Original post by TheArtofProtest)
    because I realise that the other person is probably quite similar to me
    One of the reasons I try not to get bogged down in arguments/long discussions

    (Rage reporting is the other)
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    (Original post by Khaar)
    Western backed regime in Iran was overthrown.

    Communist Soviet backed regime in Afghanistan was overthrown.

    Lol at how people think women wearing niqab hijab abaya etc is oppression and they attack the women. Then the same people defend people wearing shorts or something.
    So the change was due to the Islamic theocracy replacing secular values.
 
 
 
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