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hey, America already has the unofficial right to kidnap and intern British citizens, killing them on sight just seems a logical progression.
whats this about, you lost me ????
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but i dont like their attitude to human rights (ie 'theres no such thing')
lol - and yet being allied to america presents no such problem?! :confused:
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lol - and yet being allied to america presents no such problem?! :confused:
Reminds me of camp X-ray and Gwantanomo bay
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whats this about, you lost me ????
the first bit is a reference to two a) a recent law passed by Blunkett allowing deportation to America to not require any evidence to be presented, besides proof of identity, and b) the internment of British citizens in the Guantanamo Bay concentration camp.

The last bit was an attempt at irony.
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Reminds me of camp X-ray and Gwantanomo bay
lol
Well, yeah, but that's the very least of it.
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(Original post by llama boy)
hey, America already has the unofficial right to kidnap and intern British citizens, killing them on sight just seems a logical progression.
lol
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lol - and yet being allied to america presents no such problem?! :confused:
america does have some very limited human rights issues, but thats nothing in comparison to china.
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(Original post by llama boy)
the first bit is a reference to two a) a recent law passed by Blunkett allowing deportation to America to not require any evidence to be presented, besides proof of identity, and b) the internment of British citizens in the Guantanamo Bay concentration camp.

The last bit was an attempt at irony.
The first bit i didn't know but it backs up the fact that the goveremtn doesn't really care about its citizens when it compares them to america and that we'll bend over backwards for them any day fo the week
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ha ha, bush, along with his 700 strong entourage is also bringing the combination codes for americas nuclear arsenal with him, and a packet of crayons to keep him happy on the plane.

15 sniffer dogs as well (?) obviously be on the lookout for pretzals
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america does have some very limited human rights issues, but thats nothing in comparison to china.
overtly, yes.

in terms of the covert / semi-covert funding and support (including arms) for anti-democratic movements that commit huge human rights abuses, then they're pretty much no 1 on the list.

that said, this largely results from the position that america finds itself in in the world, any other country in its position would behave in a pretty much similar manner, that's nation states for you.
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Lets protest !!
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