On 5/14/06, Prasad J <prasad59(a)gmail.com> wrote:
Britain did not "like" Germany but as I
explained war was inevitable.
Doubtful. Hitlers racial ideas included britian as part of the master race.
It was only a question of which country made the first
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
If His Majesty's Government has not received satisfactory assurances
of the cessation of all aggressive action against Poland, and the
withdrawal of German troops from that country, by 11 o'clock British
Summer Time, from that time a state of war will exist between Great
Britain and Germany.
That was how britian declaired war. France did something simular.
And if Britain really wanted to help countries
the Nazis, why didn't the U.K intervene when Hitler attacked Austria,
or for that matter when Mussolini invaded Abyssinia?
Britian didn't have much of a militry capacity when hitler occupied
Austria. Like most of the world at that time they were not too
bothered about the rights of africans. In any case this is beside the
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.
So you conceed you are comitting logical fallacies?
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.
Name one. There are very few international laws and most of them are
to do with war.
PS-What does skin colour have to do with it? As a
to this discussion) can you name one (active) Arb Com member who is
South Asian-as in of Indo-Aryan descent?
No. Last I cheacked it was not considered likely that humans evolved there.
Or an Arbitrator who is Muslim?
No idea. Neither do I care. The religion of arbcom members is a matter
of supream indifference to me.
No offence but I am pretty sure there are South-Asian
Muslim editors out there. Only none of them will be voted into ArbCom.
How do you know? Generaly any long term admin who hasn't caused much
in the way of trouble has a reasonable chance of being elected. I
didn't run across any questions relating to religion at the last