Sunday, March 27, 2011

Legal and moral justification expired!

"When you have an illegal invasion, [division,] occupation, [ethnic cleansing and colonization] you can not ask the rapist and thief to sit down at the same table with you and be treated as an equal.

How would you like me coming into you house, seizing part of your property, install a force to prevent you from exercising your property rights and then suggest that we both sit down as reasonable people and figure the whole thing out?

The concept is rotten from the beginning; it does not make sense.
So if you as much as display sympathy for the offender here, you are on the wrong side of the issue."

Comment posted on Sat, March 26th 2011 at 19:15 by 'Ermis' [see link below] addressing poster 'It does not matter' who responded on Sat, March 26th 2011 at 19:48 as follows:
I support everything you say below,
I also support the idea of a unified cyprus with a democracy, where each man has one vote. if your good enough to run for office, then good luck to you.
how can that be achieved, given the current status quo, if we are not supposed to sit down together at the same table and begin by treating each other as equals? this does not exclude all parties putting right as much as they did wrong, to the contrary.
if the end goal is not to achieve this end, then the concept is also rotten from the beginning.

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