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Re: On Internet and social responsibility
On Sat, 15 Sep 2001 [email protected] wrote: > > And do what exactly? They have every right to speak, even if you don't > happen to like the message. Hmmm :) Now, are those the same people who set up firewalls? It's restricing free speech of crackers, you know? Where's your williness to give them "every right to speak"? You're a hypocrite. Now, when did slander become a protected speech? Learn laws of your own country _before_ you try to teach the rest of the world how to live by them. The right to speak freely assumes the necessity to bear responsibility for what you said. In that particular case there's an unambiguous attempt to incite a major international conflict by misplacing blame for the heinous crime. This is a dangerous form of slander, souring relationships of two large nations; not just innocent ravings of a deranged. Now, let me tell you how it looks like from Russia: US is asking for help in dealing with terrorists, but does not want to curtail it's own support for terrorists waging a full-blown war on Russia. This is the message millons of people there get by the very fact of that site's existance. Does anyone have questions on why Russia's support for the proposed anti-terrorist strikes by NATO is lukewarm? --vadim PS BTW, if you do not understand yet, those guys are not kittens, they are confirmed terrorists. And I'm putting my life to risk for daring to raise the question of getting their propaganda mouthpiece down.