posted on Mar, 13 2012 @ 06:18 PM
i have two issues with this whole scenario...
first in the case posting things on facebook, that should be my choice and my opinions within reason... if its things you will not say in a public
area due to fear of how people will treat you it is know different online, one of my pet hates is dot com bravery where you can get tore into someone
or pretend to be really hard/aggressive on a subject because your in yoru bedroom.
second when or more importantly why did the UK let Afghanistan become as close as we have ever had to Vietnam.. returning troops being spat on? spoke
about etc.. the troops doing there bit are just working a job like everyone else, sure there will always be one or two people that do bad but in
general terms they are just doing there job, i dotn want to see them being put down or praised they arent fighting for my freedom just doing there
people in the UK should be made to respect soldiers just like they dont spit on those who work in KFC or they dont put down abortion doctors or they
dont post things about how much they hate people who work in the tabaco industry... all these people just do there job too (the KFC thing is obviously
it is documneted they treat chicken bad but thats not the problem of the floor worker in a "resteraunt")
so yes people should be held accountable for there actions towards any member of public in the uk.
if it is over religous views then the penalty should be doubled... religon should be for you personaly if it starts effecting your interaction with
society then you should have the right to practise any religon removed from you... this goes for all religons... it is the bane of our race.
However there is some truth in what the boy has said, there is very little coverage of the civilian deaths.. i suppose history is written by the
edit on 13-3-2012 by GonzoSinister because: (no reason given)