First, moving a thread is NOT illegal.
Moving two threads at the same time, both that pertain to the forum guidelines: i.e. war on terrorism/war on Iraq, because they offer a different
perspective, to two unrelated and relatively unpopular forums, shows that you have practiced fundamentalism. I am not going to complain/rant against
it, even though that is the mandate of this particular sub-section, just find it very telling and amusing.
RANT: Let loose some steam and get it off your chest! This is the place to rant about anything that does not attack other members.
Stating the truth, or questioning blind faith in something, is hardly a rant. However, by allowing topics where "muslim terrorists" can be openly
bashed, shows fundamentalism. So, an entire race of people can be called terrorists, and not be construed as a rant. Yet if I do the same for the US
army, irrespective of the hard facts that corroborate it, it's considered a rant. As I said, it's fundamentalism.
I was quite shocked when that was done, and someone else U2Ud me expressing the same. I did not expect ATS, an alternative thought forum, to censor
views so explicitly. I was under the impression before this incident, that ATS was a just and unbiassed forum, but yesterday changed that. I witnessed
a microcosm of the ruling government.
I am not interested in complaining, because it serves nothing. So, with all due respect to you, I'd rather not pursue this discussion further,
seeing as I know now that it is wrong for me to deny ignorance now.
As for the other topic "Nazi America":
Review issues related to social programs, the arts, and immigration.
Hello, if you wanted to move it anyway, you could have moved it to the relavant forum: US politics: General discussion of U.S. politics and policies.
All this shows is the transparency of the blatant fundamentalism. And don't think I, or others who are reading, don't know. I have sussed out an
entire government. Don't you think I can suss out an internet forum?
Anyway for anyone who tries to justify genocide or cold blooded murder, justying how these topics are in the appropriate forum, should be childs
I find it interesting how you can quote the beliefs of Aum, but yet hold that your view is the singular correct one. Then when challenged, you
refer to others as the mindless sheep who don't see the "truth". THAT is a prime example of how you think your more enlightened that the rest of
us. Personally, a bumper sticker comes to mind.
I already told you "Aum" means "I am" So what you essentially just said "I find it interesting how you can quote the beliefs of I am" makes no
sense. "I am" is an empowering belief, because, it means that whatever I am, or who I am, is the truth. So I am the truth, this is me, this is how I
am, take it or leave it.
Further, I have not called anyone who disagrees with me a sheep, a nazi, or an agent. I did however say that I am not going to be politically correct
for sheeple. If you think I am calling you that, even though I not singled you or anyone else out for that matter, then there must be a part of you
that knows it to be true. I am only a reflection of you are. How you read things, interpret things, is the part of you being reflected. Hows that for
By the way is it okay for me to speak out against a moderator, a super-duper-moderator even, or will that be subject to censorship as well?
You are talking to someone who has a non BS approach to life. I am honest, confident in myself, have conviction in my beliefs, and have the courage to
speak for what I believe in. More, I think for myself, and don't let others do it for me "our heroes" It does not matter how much you deny it, but
if you are going to spout things like "the poor troops(our heroes" are only following order" to justify genocide, then you are painfully
brainwashed beyond all belief. You might not accept it, but that is expected.
And I do not believe that murder or genocide is justifiable. Sue me. You would have heard the same from every enlightened master. I am not a master,
just a student, who has common sense(the common in common sense is not all that common)
[edit on 9-12-2004 by Indigo_Child]