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    • 19.11.09 | 13:46 (IST)

    the 'automatically rightous' comment was sarcasm by the way ofcourse that would be an absurd claim. and again, i did not 'deny' you the right to criticize, i simply stated my own interpretation of your subjectiveness. and ofcourse i know you're not refering to the whole country but only head of state. It's just hypocritical to claim that a country is democratic when they are only democratic to their own people but they act differently overseas. I mean all US Presidents since WW2 have formed good relations with tyrants and emperors while attacking others. why? because its based on who is going to be a complacent/client regime which will be strategically beneficial for the US. So they liked Saddam back then and Suharto....etc but they attack Castro and Saddam later and others who defy their orders. Thats not good 'democracy promotion' is it? Thats old news Cipora and you probably know that. but thats a whole other tree to be barking up at.

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