Britain did not "like" Germany but as I explained war was inevitable.
It was only a question of which country made the first move-this
country would also perhaps have the advantage of being the first to
act. This much was obvious from Hitler's actions. And I urge you to
re-read your history book, Germany declared war on France in 1939
itself. And if Britain really wanted to help countries threatend by
the Nazis, why didn't the U.K intervene when Hitler attacked Austria,
or for that matter when Mussolini invaded Abyssinia? Britain had many
colonies in Africa, they could have helped the Abyssinians if they
wanted to. Answer these two questions. Secondly as I stated the Battle
of Vienna does not count as an example since at that time diplomacy
(in it's present form) was not existent. As for the "logical
fallacies" you foynd when I highlighted the atrocities committed by
the U.K in India to advance the Crown's agendas there, I will not
honour your "objection" with a reply. Although no U.S laws may be
broken as a result of this act there are international laws in place
to regulate internet-related issues.
PS-What does skin colour have to do with it? As a side-note (unrelated
to this discussion) can you name one (active) Arb Com member who is
South Asian-as in of Indo-Aryan descent?Or an Arbitrator who is
Muslim?No offence but I am pretty sure there are South-Asian and
Muslim editors out there. Only none of them will be voted into ArbCom.
This is not to say the present Arbitrators are not fair-I've
interacted with one of them so I know they are. Just making an