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Or what are you trying to say? That xenophobic posters and initiatives are all part of freedom-of-speech? Only to a certain extent!!!!
In other countries it would not be acceptable to have such posters, or to waste time with ridiculous, racist initiatives...and somehow, in your head, that equates to being a Nazi???
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That is precisely what I am saying. One person's xenophobia is another person's common sense: Xenophobia is simply Leftist spin for disagreeing with government policy, and it works on most people who don't have the intellectual firepower to see it for what it is: Propaganda. Nobody, and I do mean nobody
, has to justify their views to anyone else in an open and free society. The SVP should be free to make prats of themselves if they wish - that's their freedom. If you wish to disagree with them, that's your
But censuring other opinions? That's crossing the line, buster. Not your decision to make.
countries (like the former DDR - where my wife comes from, by the way), those who disagreed with government policy weren't allowed higher education (and their families were automatically restricted in the same way.) Dr. Jones received her education, but that was only because the Berlin Wall got knocked down in 1989 - and your type of thinking was defeated in East Germany. Those caught in the act of Republikflucht
(as my father-in-law was) had their families' freedoms seriously curtailed.
You should think long and hard about what you are implying: The road to hell is paved with good intentions, and every liberal, socialist, fascist, communist and
dictator knows this perfectly well. In fact, they rely upon it! In the Soviet Union, your type of thinking was well-known, and the people who thought in such a way were labelled quite bluntly: "Useful idiots." I'm very
sure you don't want to live in the DDR or Zimbabwe (my homeland, by the way), which is why I think you need to wake up and smell the coffee.