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dirtybird
03-07-2005, 10:18 PM
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Civil disobediance is still disobediance.

Who agrees?

SicN Twisted
03-07-2005, 11:11 PM
Disobedience is a beautiful word in any language. I agree, but it's a good thing.

SicN Twisted
03-08-2005, 10:00 AM
Tucker Max is much cooler. Maddox is an overweight mormon who's way too sexually frustrated for his own good.

Lithuanian Offspring
03-08-2005, 10:08 AM
Disobedience is a beautiful word in any language. I agree, but it's a good thing.
Only in dictatorships.

SicN Twisted
03-08-2005, 11:21 AM
Any established state is a dictatorship.

Lithuanian Offspring
03-08-2005, 11:45 AM
Bullshit. A dictatorship is when there is one person controlling everything. An established state can have many parts of government controlling one another. DURRR

SicN Twisted
03-08-2005, 11:48 AM
A dictatorship doesn't mean one person, it could me a small group of people. Cuba is ruled by a parliament but it's still a dictatorship. Any established state puts political power in the hands of a select few people, not the masses.

Lithuanian Offspring
03-08-2005, 12:02 PM
A dictatorship doesn't mean one person, it could me a small group of people. Cuba is ruled by a parliament but it's still a dictatorship. Any established state puts political power in the hands of a select few people, not the masses.
First Cuba is a dictatorship run by Fidel Castro, its been that way for over 40 years. Second, please look up dictatorship in a dictionary before you continue. Third, the masses elect the the government. The governmet does not put itself in power.

SicN Twisted
03-08-2005, 12:07 PM
Cuba is not entirely run by Fidel Castro, most of it's policies are set up by a pariamentary system that's detailed and democratic within itself.

Democratic government aren't elected "by the masses." "The masses" get an opportunity once every two years to decide one out of two almost identical candidates who selects representetives. This is far from power of the people, the leaders and their committees are still absolute.

Lithuanian Offspring
03-08-2005, 12:12 PM
Cuba is not entirely run by Fidel Castro, most of it's policies are set up by a pariamentary system that's detailed and democratic within itself.

Democratic government aren't elected "by the masses." "The masses" get an opportunity once every two years to decide one out of two almost identical candidates who selects representetives. This is far from power of the people, the leaders and their committees are still absolute.
The Parlament is still very much under the influence of Castro, don't be so naive. Second, the masses elect the person who will represent them the best if they misrepresent them then by all means protest. Anywho, i bid thee fairwell Mr. Sick yet Twist. I hope we can talk about this matter later.

SicN Twisted
03-08-2005, 12:17 PM
You're so naive to actually believe in bourgeois democracy. You get to chose one of a few candidates who all push the same agenda because corperations back their campaigns. That's not democracy.

dirtybird
03-08-2005, 09:13 PM
He just doesn't have pink hair..

About the Cuba as a dictatorship thing, Cuba is basically is a dicatorship, although they say they're not. True, they have a parliament, but how much power do you think they really have? Basically shit. Castro is the real power, it's like the opposite of England where they have the queen as a figure head.. In Cuba, the parliamentary system is a 'figure head'.

SicN Twisted
03-08-2005, 09:16 PM
The parliament in incredibly powerful. My point is that having a parliament, no matter how strong, doesn't make a country any less of a dictatorship.

dirtybird
03-08-2005, 09:30 PM
I agree. I fully agree that it's a dictatorship; the people have no say. Even with what limited power the parliament have, they use it to kiss Castro's ass rather than care what the people say most likely.

Lithuanian Offspring
03-09-2005, 11:26 AM
The parliament in incredibly powerful. My point is that having a parliament, no matter how strong, doesn't make a country any less of a dictatorship.
Do you know where Belarus is? Well, I'm sure you and Wheely would really love it here. Officially, Belarus is the best democracy in the world, nothing better then it. They have a parliment and everything. The President is the best president in the world. This country runs on propaganda. I think if you lived here, your little bitch-dreams of a perfect socialist country will soon faid. Your freedom of speech will soon dissolve. And you will be begging to go back to the evil-capitalist-U S of A. Take it from a person who lives in this part of the world communism never works its all a load of hoowee! And I just hate it when little American/rich boy/spazzes demean everything my parents and grand parents fought for. In turth, and I'm gonna say this straight forward, Capitalism, in my opinion, is the only true freedom. You have the right to excell in any part of society without being controlled by the government. No one pisses on you for saying what you want. Take it form me every word that I just wrote down has been read by the Belarussian government.

SicN Twisted
03-10-2005, 01:04 AM
The government of Belarus is not COmmunist, nor does it in any way represent Communism. I am not a communist, and if you weren't so dense you'd see that I'm saying that Fidel Castro IS a dictator, even though his parliament is internationally recognized as being a powerful part of the Cuban court system. You see in such black and white terms that you can't even comprehend, let alone refute my point. You're not one to talk about being brainwashed by propaghanda.

dirtybird
03-10-2005, 06:57 PM
The government of Belarus is not COmmunist, nor does it in any way represent Communism. I am not a communist, and if you weren't so dense you'd see that I'm saying that Fidel Castro IS a dictator, even though his parliament is internationally recognized as being a powerful part of the Cuban court system. You see in such black and white terms that you can't even comprehend, let alone refute my point. You're not one to talk about being brainwashed by propaghanda.

Let's just ignore him.